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New Features and Functionalities Creating Growth Opportunities
Global Digital Transformation Team


For more than a decade, industry experts have predicted the death of smart cards. However, the embedded SIM (eSIM) has an impact on the telecommunication vertical, and many other verticals continue to benefit from the tremendous advantages of this secured device. Frost & Sullivan forecasts that, in 2017, the market will continue to grow at a 4.7% CAGR globally for all verticals, including telecommunication, banking and payment, government and ID, transportation, and physical and logical access. In a growing market, innovation is key. This is why major players have added innovative functionalities to the existing medium to strengthen security and provide a more exciting user experience.




New Innovations and Business Models Expected to Create Growth Opportunities
Global Visionary Innovation Group


Technological intrusion in the logistics space has resulted in minimizing the current complexity. Trends such as connectivity have resulted in creating new types of service deliveries centered on app-based and marketplace models that are already disrupting the supply chain. The study is broken down into three clusters—technology scenarios, business scenarios and market scenarios—covering the new innovations, business models, and routes and regions that are expected to create a multitude of opportunities in the logistics space.




The Landscape, Opportunities and Pitfalls of Distributed Ledger Technologies
Global Digital Transformation Team


From the beginning of the energy sector's digital transformation, many technologies have emerged to offer new opportunities and challenges to industry participants. As technology development cycles accelerate, it is easy to dismiss new possibilities as irrelevant or impossible to implement, but blockchain and distributed ledger technology may prove vital to industry transformation. In this briefing we discuss the development, opportunities, pitfalls and future predictions for the technology.




Multi-billion Dollar Technologies Ready to Energize Industries and Transform the World
Global Tech Vision Team

Top 50 Emerging Technologies is a comprehensive insight of the most promising and disruptive technologies poised to impact our world in the next few years. It highlights and offers strategic guidance and actionable ideas on the hottest 50 technologies that pack maximum potential to fuel global innovation, spawn innovative products and services, and drive commercial growth. The top 50 technologies are key beacons that will guide the strategic moves of innovation-focused organizations and professionals. While each of the top 50 technologies represents an area of intensified R&D, heightened investments, increased IP activity, and tremendous market potential, the possible convergence of several of these technologies opens up unprecedented opportunities for new revenue models and the next generation of innovative products and solutions.




Data-driven Technologies Creating New Growth Opportunities
The Smart Water Networks (SWAN) Forum North American Alliance and Global Energy & Environment Team


North America is in a period of transition with new political directions. This includes the drive to constrict the EPA and reduce regulation in the midst of national worries over water quality, the adoption of new technologies and business models, an increased need for partnerships at the local level, and incorporating private partners and practices. Now more now than ever, water utilities must build a framework to adopt policies and directions to improve local efficiencies and management. Data-driven smart water technologies are poised to be at the center of this transition, helping North American water utilities manage current and impending challenges, and form the bridge between today's utility operations and successful navigation of the changing policy landscape.




Multi-billion Dollar Technologies Ready to Energize Industries and Transform the World
Global Tech Vision Team

Top 50 Emerging Technologies is a comprehensive insight of the most promising and disruptive technologies poised to impact our world in the next few years. It highlights and offers strategic guidance and actionable ideas on the hottest 50 technologies that pack maximum potential to fuel global innovation, spawn innovative products and services, and drive commercial growth. The top 50 technologies are key beacons that will guide the strategic moves of innovation-focused organizations and professionals. While each of the top 50 technologies represents an area of intensified R&D, heightened investments, increased IP activity, and tremendous market potential, the possible convergence of several of these technologies opens up unprecedented opportunities for new revenue models and the next generation of innovative products and solutions.




Create a Frictionless Experience with My Car as a Service
Global Digital Transformation Team


Digital transformation is impacting the automotive industry thanks to the rise of embedded software, autonomous behavior and hyper connectivity. But connected cars are often mentioned when referring to hacking or security threats and risks. At Frost & Sullivan, we strongly think that connected cars will drastically change the way people interact with vehicles due to the numerous communication technologies and associated services that will be available. Even if security is mandatory to create confidence in connected car usage, real value-added services are also vital for a successful commercial rollout. The My-Car-as-a-Service concept will transform existing car usage in a frictionless experience.




Companies Must Navigate the Complex Web of Opportunities to Identify Areas of Growth
Global Visionary Science Team


Frost & Sullivan has identified eight key themes through which digital transformations are affecting the chemical industry. Investment in digital technologies is booming in all industries, and the chemical industry is no exception. Furthermore, since chemicals are the raw materials for all other industries, digital transformations in these industries will have a massive effect on their demand for chemicals. The opportunities presented to chemical companies by digital transformations are therefore many and complex, and consequently hard to navigate. For chemical companies to make the most of the opportunities presented by digital transformations, they must be aware of the range of these themes and also their interconnectedness.




Digital Technology Adoption Creating New Opportunities
Global Digital Transformation Team


As Europe’s electricity power sector evolves and utilities embark on their own digital transformation journeys, traditional IT and industrial OEMs have built out adjacent portfolios to address market demand. This presentation looks at what utilities are doing with key digital technologies, such as analytics, digital marketing, cloud, or IoT, and their operational or business objectives. It also compares the routes to market by different types of ecosystem participants to identify utilities’ challenges.




Industrial End Users Lead Market Demand, But Niche Markets Provide New Growth Opportunities
Global Energy & Environment Team


Without mobile water and wastewater treatment systems, end users across all industries would incur sever service disruptions, regulatory non-compliance issues, and an inability to cater to agile needs for mobile activity in select industries, such as Oil & Gas. The critical nature of products and services in this market presents growth opportunities at all levels. Despite three key market participants, GE Water & Process Technologies, Evoqua, and MPW Industries, the range of technologies used and low customer loyalty present market openings for many organizations. Those that cater to industry needs and understand their demands can make strong inroads in the future.


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