Convergence of Semiconductors and Smart Technology Market Analysis

Convergence of Semiconductors and Smart Technology - Market Analysis

Information Network, Date of Publication: Jun 1, 2016, 197 Pages
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Microcontrollers (MCUs) used in Smart Cities, Smart Homes, Smart Industry, Smart Health, and Smart Transport (a subset of the Internet of Things (IoT)), represented just 10% of the overall MCU market in 2014. But in 2020, $10 billion in MCUs, representing 40% of the total market, will be used in these applications.

MCUs provide local processing capability for the “real-time” embedded processing of most Smart Technology applications. Since utilization of MCUs in the various Smart Device applications vary significantly, a scalable family of devices from a manufacturer will be required, although 8-bit MCUs will predominate.

The MCU is part of a sensor network that is capable of performing some processing, gathering sensory information and communicating with other connected nodes in the network along with a transceiver and one or more sensors. These semiconductor devices are also analyzed in the report in terms of revenue and shipments for the period 2014 to 2020.

In 2014, Smart Cities will represent the largest application share of MCUs at 54. As other applications gain traction, Smart Cities’ share will drop to 48% of MCU consumption in 2020 while Smart Home MCU consumption will increase the greatest at a compounded annual growth rate of 35%.

Convergence of Semiconductors and Smart Technology
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1

Introduction

1-1

1.1 

Smart Technology

1-1

1.2 

Semiconductors And Connectivity

1-2

1.3 

Problems In Creating A Smart Technology Market

1-3

 

 

 

Chapter 2

Smart Cities

2-1

2.1 

Growth And Opportunities For Smart Cities

2-1

2.2 

Semiconductors In Smart Cities

2-8

2.2.1 

Introduction

2-8

2.2.2 

Enabling Technologies

2-11

2.2.2.1  

ZigBee

2-13

2.2.2.2 

Dash7

2-13

2.2.2.3 

3G and LTE

2-13

2.2.2.4 

RFID and NFC

2-14

2.2.3 

Sensor Platforms

2-16

2.2.3.1 

Wireless Sensor Networks (Non-Unified)

2-16

2.2.3.2 

Wireless Sensor Networks (Unified)

2-21

2.2.3.3 

Cloud and Sensors

2-22

2.2.4 

Sensor Applications

2-25

2.2.4.1 

Water Distribution Systems

2-25

2.2.4.2 

Electricity Distribution Systems

2-28

2.2.4.3 

Monitoring Bridges and Seismic Activity

2-31

2.2.4.4 

Environmental Monitoring

2-32

2.2.4.5 

Surveillance

2-32

2.2.4.6 

Public Services—Law Enforcement and Fire Fighting

2-33

2.2.4.7 

Crowd Sourcing

2-34

2.2.4.8 

Summary of Benefits of Smart Sensors

2-35

2.3 

Smart City Pilot Projects

2-35

2.4 

Smart City Challenges

2-39

 

 

 

Chapter 3

Smart Energy and the Smart Grid

3-1

3.1 

Introduction

3-1

3.2 

Future Smart Grid Operations

3-2

3.3 

Changing Grid Topology

3-6

3.4 

Advanced Metering Infrastructure (Ami)

3-9

3.5 

Distribution Automation Technologies

3-13

3.6 

Electric Mobility Ecosystem

3-14

3.7 

Communications Systems

3-16

3.8 

Semiconductors

3-18

3.8.1 

Smart Grid

3-18

3.8.2 

Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN)

3-19

3.8.3 

Smart Meters

3-22

 

 

 

Chapter 4

Smart Transportation And Mobility

4-1

4.1 

Introduction

4-1

4.2 

Wireless Vehicle Communications

4-2

4.2.1 

Vehicle Sensing Methods

4-2

4.2.2 

Benefits Of Smart Technology

4-4

4.3 

Vehicle To Vehicle (V2V) Smart Sensors4-7

 

4.3.1 

Power-Line Communications

4-7

4.3.2 

Bluetooth And WiFi

4-10

4.3.2.1 

Monolithic Integration of Bluetooth and WiFi

4-14

4.3.2.2 

Dedicated Short-Range Communications To Enable Secure V2V

4-21

4.3.2.3 

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

4-23

4.3.3 

WSN Applications In Intelligent Transportation

4-25

4.3.3.1

Sensing Of Traffic Flows

4-25

4.3.3.2

City Logistics

4-27

4.3.3.3

WSN In Traffic Infrastructures

4-28

 

 

 

Chapter 5

Smart Home, Smart Buildings and Infrastructure

5-1

5.1 

Introduction

5-1

5.2 

Semiconductors And Communications

5-2

 

 

 

Chapter 6

Smart Factory And Smart Manufacturing

6-1

6.1 

Introduction

6-1

6.2 

Initiatives

6-2

6.3 

Semiconductor Requirements For The Smart Factory

7-8

 

 

 

Chapter 7

Smart Health

7-1

7.1 

Introduction

7-1

7.2 

Standards

7-2

7.3 

Wireless Body Area Networks (Wbans)

7-7

7.4 

Sensors

7-9

7.5 

Healthcare Connected Devices

7-15

 

 

 

Chapter 8

Market Forecasts

8-1

8.1 

Network Controllers

8-1

8.2 

Microcontrollers

8-4

8.3 

Sensors

8-14

8.4 

Market Forecasts

8-17

8.4.1

Smart Technology – Sensors

8-20

8.4.2

Smart Technology – MCUs

8-25

8.4.3

Smart Technology – Gateways/Routers

8-31

 

List of Figures

1.1

Smart Technology Areas Of Focus

1-5

2.1

 Number Of Mega-Cities In 2030

2-3

2.2

World Population Growth

2-4

2.3

Typical European Citizen Of A Smart City

2-6

2.4

Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) System

2-10

2.5

Architecture Of A Wireless Sensor Node

2-17

2.6

COAP TO HTTP Conversion Through A Proxy In The Cloud

2-23

2.7

Applications Of Sensing In Water Distribution Systems

2-26

2.8

Vibration, Pressure, And Flow Sensors In A Pipeline

2-27

2.9

Location Of Current Sensors In A Transmission Line To Monitor The Line's State

2-30

2.10

Relationships Between Smart Cities And It

2-42

3.1

 Smart Grid Infrastructure

3-5

3.2

The Power Grid And The Substation Automation Communication Network

3-7

3.3

Smart Grid Representation

3-8

3.4

Internet Of Energy: Residential Building Ecosystem.

3-10

3.5

Electric Mobility Ecosystem

3-15

3.6

General Architecture Of Online Monitoring System For Transmission Line Based On WSNs

3-21

3.7

A Ti-Enabled Smart Electrical Meter Supporting Multiple Connectivity Options

3-23

3.8

A Ti-Connected Data Concentrator Block Diagram

3-25

4.1

Weight In Motion (WIM) System

4-3

4.2

Standalone Energy Ecosystem

4-6

4.3

Communication Ecosystem Based On Plc Technology

4-8

4.4

Semiconductor Integration For Connected Car

4-12

4.5

Toshiba’s Tc35662 Combination Ic

4-15

4.6

Intel In Vehicle Solution

4-20

4.7

 Wireless Lan Link

4-22

4.8

Freescale's QORIVVA MPC5606E

4-24

5.1

Example Of Smart Home

5-4

5.2

Smart Home Platform

5-5

5.3

Example Of Connected Home Gateway Architecture

5-7

5.4

Basic Sensor Node Architecture

5-9

5.5

Zigbee/Ieee802.15.4 Network Topology

5-11

5.6

Advanced Sensor Node Architecture

5-13

5.7

M16c/6b Group Block Diagram

5-17

5.8

Zigbee Applications For The Smart Home

5-18

6.1

Industry 4.0 Timeline

6-3

6.2

Smart Factory Of The Future

6-10

7.1

 Smart Health Platform

7-4

7.2

Communication Layers In Smart Health Platforms

7-6

7.3 

Digital Output Sensor

7-10

7.4

Essential Functions Of The All Sensors Dlvr.

7-11

7.5

Si701x/2x Sensor

7-12

7.6

Analog Devices Adis16203

7-14

7.7

Connected Medical Devices

7-16

8.1

Kinetsis KL03: Freescale Semiconductor

8-6

8.2

MCU Partitioning

8-15

8.3

Sensor Forecast For Smart Technology

8-22

8.3

Sensor Forecast By Application

8-23

8.4

Sensor Forecast By Application (Percentage Of Units)

8-24

8.6

MCU Forecast For Smart Technology

8-27

8.7

MCU Forecast By Application

8-28

8.8

MCU Forecast By Application (Percentage Of Units)

8-29

8.9

MCU Revenues For Smart Technologies By Device Type

8-30

8.10

Gateway/Router Forecast For Smart Technology

8-33

8.11

Gateway/Router Forecast By Application (Percentage Of Units)

8-34

 

List of Tables

2.1

Comparison Of Communication Standards

2-12

2.2

Comparison Of Various Sensor Motes

2-19

2.3

Benefits Of Advanced Sensors In Smart Cities

2-36

5.1

Communication Technologies

5-10

8.1

Current Smart City Pilot Project

8-3

8.2

Market Forecast of Smart Technology Sensors

8-21

8.3

Market Forecast of Smart Technology MCUs

8-26

8.4

Market Forecast of Smart Technology Gateways/Routers

8-32

 

 

 

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