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The BCC Research report provides an examination of smart city projects around the world and related investments in smart city projects, including a study of regional trends, national programs and individual city projects. Includes forecast through 2019.

Use this report to:
- Learn about the main attributes that make cities smart and explore the role and potential of key information and communication technologies (ICT) infrastructure needed to enable smart city strategies in the identified market sectors.
- Identify smart city projects around the world and related investments, including a study of regional trends, national programs and individual city projects.
- Examine the evolution of the global smart city market, with impacts on key technology markets.
- Receive an in-depth analysis and forecasts of potential revenues for the various smart city sub-segments of technologies, solutions, services and regions.

Highlights
- The global market for smart cities information and communication technologies (ICT) was valued at $212.3 billion in 2013 and $293.2 billion in 2014. This market is expected to reach $668.5 billion in 2019, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17.9% from 2014 to 2019.
- North America represents the largest region of the smart cities market with revenue of $103.5 billion in 2014. This regional market is expected to reach $218.3 billion in 2019, a CAGR of 16.1% from 2014 to 2019.
- The European market for smart city ICTs is expected to increase from $69.9 billion in 2014 to $197.7 billion in 2019, a CAGR of 23.1% from 2014 to 2019.

Introduction & Scope

INTRODUCTION
A “smart city” is an innovative city that uses information and communications technologies (ICTs) and other means to improve the quality of life, the efficiency of urban operations and services, and competitiveness, and ensure that it meets the needs of present and future generations with respect to economic, social and environmental aspects. Despite the enormous potential embedded in the goals of a smart city, it is important to acknowledge the challenges associated with global urbanization, urban migration trends, environmental degradation, climate change, and aging populations and infrastructures, as well as constraints in the resources and structures needed to respond to these challenges. Within these increasingly complex urban systems, ICTs can act as a platform to help overcome these challenges and take advantage of emerging opportunities as cities advance toward becoming smarter and more sustainable places to live.

Going beyond the environmental benefits, the improvement of systems through ICT can contribute to social equality through universal access to a city’s public services.
Such improvements save lives by allowing for more immediate access to emergency services. They make cities more resilient in times of crisis, allow them to prepare for
natural and other disasters, and help to restore services after disruption in the wake of such disasters. They create new economic zones that drive growth and prosperity.

Such improvements are not exclusive to modern and wealthy communities. Via realistic, measurable timetables and financial vehicles, almost any city can achieve a more intelligent infrastructure. By honing in on solutions that focus on their most acute “pain” points and taking a step-by-step, system-based approach, cities can implement
strategies that deliver the immediate, visible, and measurable results they need and that their constituents deserve. City leaders worldwide have embraced innovative technology to help meet — and even exceed — citizen and business expectations while realizing the tangible benefits of being smarter. However, becoming a smart city is a journey, and cities continue to face complicated challenges. Many regions lack the resources to keep pace with rapid population growth while delivering services that citizens and businesses demand. Cities and other urban organizations also must house and manage ever-increasing amounts and types of data, as well as contend with aging infrastructures, resource scarcity and increased security threats. At the same time, they face an evolving constituency, as advances in social and mobile technology further empower citizens all over the world.

Cities that take this approach are commonly referred to as “smart cities,” a concept highly discussed and often debated in urban planning and city policy circles worldwide.
In the last few years, interest in smart cities has triggered plenty of theoretical and technology-led discussions, but not enough market progress has been made in
implementing these initiatives in cities around the world. There are a number of factors hindering adoption of smart city solutions: scaling of newer technologies is unproven;
technology challenges the status quo in how cities are run; and technology is not well understood across several city sectors. However, the main barrier to adopting such
solutions is the complexity in how cities are operated, financed, regulated and planned. This report will show in considerable detail how the smart city market is arranged, what the major players are planning for the next years and how the process of implementing smart city solutions is achieved through the private sector with interaction with the public sector.

PURPOSE OF THIS REPORT
Despite the wide range of public and private company reports, academic literature and market research data that exists on the global topic of smart cities, there is a lack of
market players’ definitions on the specific parameters that characterize a smart city. Therefore, a comprehensive view of separated markets is crucial to foster research and
investment in this field. Considering this, this report will try to answer the following questions:
- How do information and communication technologies (ICTs) and different segments vary across the different smart city sectors?
- What are the different types of smart city networks?
- Which smart city network sectors will take a leading position in the marketplace?
- Infrastructure or services? Which sector will provide better opportunities for the smart city market?
- Which smart city sectors should ICT solution providers focus on?

This report seeks to provide an overview of the main attributes that make cities smart and to explore the role and potential of the key ICT infrastructure needed to enable
smart city strategies, both from the point of view of regional/local authorities and investors in the identified market sectors. Market sizes and revenue forecasts across
different geographies as well as industry and sector arenas will be analyzed.

REPORT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
This report aims to shed light on the often elusive definition of a “smart city.” The report will focus on the identification and implementation of ICT in urban spaces to
collect and manage relevant data for urban planners, public authorities and citizens in order to improve human living in urban spaces.

SCOPE OF REPORT
Creating more sustainable, resilient, and livable cities is of vital importance to nations around the world. In particular, the rapid urbanization of Asia and South America is
driving strong growth in the market for smart city technologies that can connect and modernize power grids, water treatment and transfer systems, transportation
management systems, and energy-efficient buildings. This report examines the evolution of the global smart city market, detailing the impacts on key technology markets, including energy management; water management; transport management; waste management; assisted living; and e-government, security and education systems. It compares different approaches to the smart city and provides comprehensive profiles of noteworthy smart city projects in each major world region.

The report’s purpose is not to provide an exhaustive technical assessment of smart city technologies. Rather, it aims to offer a strategic examination of the market with a focus on key economic, business, and social drivers, technology issues, regulatory factors, and the competitive landscape. The market data reported here will provide a better
understanding of the real dimension of the entire ICT market for smart cities.

The report will define and provide in-depth analysis and forecasting of potential revenues for the various smart city sub-segments of technologies, solutions, services
and regions. In addition to market drivers, it also identifies restraints on the market with insights into trends, opportunities and challenges in North and South America,
Europe, Asia-Pacific and other regions.

INTENDED AUDIENCE
The report intends to be a reference in several economic activity sectors and for market professionals who are interested in the smart cities market, such as:
- Hardware and software providers.
- IT, networking, and telecommunications providers and vendors.
- Building equipment and appliance providers.
- IT system integrators.
- Government agencies and investor communities.
- City and local councils.

INFORMATION SOURCES
This report is the result of primary and secondary research conducted by BCC Research. Governmental and non-governmental entities or companies have provided input
through interviews, comments and correspondence, and published reports for the development of the current report. As the smart city market is being defined and pilot test beds are becoming more successful, the number of companies that can provide holistic solutions, or just a specific part of one technology, is increasing every year. This has to do not only with the public interest of central governments and local authorities but also the usability of the common citizen to improve his or her quality of life in major urban centers. The main information sources are listed in the text (and in Chapter Eight, “References”).

High priority has been given to direct contacts with representatives of major companies in the different markets such as energy; water; transport; waste; assisted living; and e-government, security and education systems. Sources were representatives from every part of the value chain, including, but not limited to, technology companies, utilities and other service providers, industry associations, government agencies and the investment community.

This report on smart cities and ICT segments the market by application, technology, geographic region, supplier, market share and other categories that facilitate an understanding of the smart city market and give important statistical information and analysis of industry structure, major players, industry dynamics, technology and
technology shifts, and international developments in both private and public sectors. The report also offers an analysis of the important technical and economic driving
forces that are at work in the industry, along with forecasts and an explanation of the reasons and critical assumptions. This report offers clear, actionable advice to help
report subscribers succeed in the industry.

Table Of Contents

Smart Cities: Growing New Markets for Information Technology
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 2
PURPOSE OF THIS REPORT 3
REPORT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 3
SCOPE OF REPORT 4
INTENDED AUDIENCE 4
INFORMATION SOURCES 4
ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS 5
RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS 5
BCC RESEARCH WEBSITE 6
DISCLAIMER 6
CHAPTER 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 8
SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART CITIES INFORMATION AND
COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (ICT) BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 9
SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART CITIES INFORMATION AND
COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (ICT) BY REGION, 2013-2019 ($ BILLIONS) 10
CHAPTER 3 OVERVIEW 12
THE EVOLUTION OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 14
SMART CITIES FRAMEWORK 17
KEY STAKEHOLDERS 18
TABLE 1 SMART CITY STAKEHOLDER DESCRIPTIONS 19
TECHNOLOGY SEGMENTS 20
TABLE 2 TECHNOLOGIES AND CATEGORIES OF SMART CITIES ICT 22
CHAPTER 4 MARKET SEGMENTATION 25
INTRODUCTION 25
MARKET SEGMENTATION 25
TECHNOLOGY MARKET SEGMENTATION 27
COMMUNICATIONS 28
COMPUTING HARDWARE 29
SENSORING HARDWARE 30
SOFTWARE 31
GEOGRAPHICAL SEGMENTATION 32
NORTH AMERICA 32
SOUTH AMERICA 33
EUROPE 34
ASIA 34
OTHER COUNTRIES 35
MARKET CHALLENGES 37
CHAPTER 5 SMART CITIES MARKET BY SECTORS 40
INTRODUCTION 40
ENERGY MANAGEMENT 40
INTRODUCTION 40
MARKET DRIVERS 41
VALUE TO THE MARKET 42
MARKET SIZE 43
TABLE 3 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART GRID ICT BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
BILLIONS) 43
TABLE 4 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR SMART GRID ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH
2019 ($ BILLIONS) 44
TABLE 5 SOUTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR SMART GRID ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH
2019 ($ BILLIONS) 45
TABLE 6 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR SMART GRID ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019
($ BILLIONS) 45
TABLE 7 ASIAN MARKET FOR SMART GRID ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($
BILLIONS) 45
TECHNOLOGY TRENDS 46
REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS 47
STRENGTHS, GAPS, OPPORTUNITIES AND BARRIERS 48
WATER MANAGEMENT 49
INTRODUCTION 49
MARKET DRIVERS 50
VALUE TO THE MARKET 51
MARKET SIZE 52
TABLE 8 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART WATER ICT BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
BILLIONS) 53
TABLE 9 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR SMART WATER ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 54
TABLE 10 SOUTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR SMART WATER ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 54
TABLE 11 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR SMART WATER ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH
2019 ($ BILLIONS) 55
TABLE 12 ASIAN MARKET FOR SMART WATER ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($
BILLIONS) 55
TECHNOLOGY TRENDS 55
REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS 57
STRENGTHS, GAPS, OPPORTUNITIES AND BARRIERS 58
TABLE 13 GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES IN SMART WATER MANAGEMENT, 2013 ($
BILLIONS) 59
TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT 60
INTRODUCTION 60
MARKET DRIVERS 61
TABLE 14 ANNUAL COST OF TRANSPORT CONGESTION FOR EU MEMBER STATES
(BILLION EUROS/%) 63
VALUE TO THE MARKET 63
MARKET SIZE 64
TABLE 15 GLOBAL MARKET FOR TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT ICT BY REGION,
THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 65
TABLE 16 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT ICT BY
SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 66
TABLE 17 SOUTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT ICT BY
SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 66
TABLE 18 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 67
TABLE 19 ASIAN MARKET FOR TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 67
TECHNOLOGY TRENDS 67
REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS 68
STRENGTHS, GAPS, OPPORTUNITIES AND BARRIERS 70
WASTE MANAGEMENT 70
INTRODUCTION 70
MARKET DRIVERS 71
VALUE TO THE MARKET 72
MARKET SIZE 72
TABLE 20 GLOBAL MARKET FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT ICT BY REGION, THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 73
TABLE 21 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 74
TABLE 22 SOUTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 74
TABLE 23 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 75
TABLE 24 ASIAN MARKET FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 75
TECHNOLOGY TRENDS 75
REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS 76
STRENGTHS, GAPS, OPPORTUNITIES AND BARRIERS 78
ASSISTED LIVING 78
INTRODUCTION 78
MARKET DRIVERS 79
VALUE TO THE MARKET 80
MARKET SIZE 81
TABLE 25 GLOBAL MARKET FOR ASSISTED LIVING ICT BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
($ MILLIONS) 82
TABLE 26 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR ASSISTED LIVING ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 83
TABLE 27 SOUTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR ASSISTED LIVING ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 83
TABLE 28 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR ASSISTED LIVING ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 84
TABLE 29 ASIAN MARKET FOR ASSISTED LIVING ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019
($ MILLIONS) 84
TECHNOLOGY TRENDS 84
REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS 85
STRENGTHS, GAPS, OPPORTUNITIES AND BARRIERS 86
E-GOVERNMENT, SECURITY AND EDUCATION 87
INTRODUCTION 87
MARKET DRIVERS 89
MARKET SIZE 91
TABLE 30 GLOBAL MARKET FOR E-GOVERNMENT, SECURITY AND EDUCATION ICT
BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 91
TABLE 31 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR E-GOVERNMENT, SECURITY AND
EDUCATION ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 92
TABLE 32 SOUTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR E-GOVERNMENT, SECURITY AND
EDUCATION ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 92
TABLE 33 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR E-GOVERNMENT, SECURITY AND EDUCATION
ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 93
TABLE 34 ASIAN MARKET FOR E-GOVERNMENT, SECURITY AND EDUCATION ICT BY
SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 93
TECHNOLOGY TRENDS 93
REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS 96
STRENGTHS, GAPS, OPPORTUNITIES AND BARRIERS 97
MARKET CONCLUSIONS 98
TABLE 35 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART CITY INVESTMENTS BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 99
TABLE 36 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART CITY PROJECTS BY REGION, THROUGH
2019 (NUMBER OF PROJECTS) 101
TABLE 37 GLOBAL RESEARCH and DEVELOPMENT MARKET FOR SMART CITY ICT BY
SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 102
CHAPTER 6 SMART CITY STUDY CASES 104
INTRODUCTION 104
TABLE 38 CITIES DEVELOPING SMART CITIES PROJECTS 104
NORTH AMERICA 105
NEW YORK CITY (U.S.) 105
SEATTLE (U.S.) 106
VANCOUVER (CANADA) 106
SOUTH AMERICA 107
BUENOS AIRES (ARGENTINA) 107
MEXICO CITY (MEXICO) 108
EUROPE 109
AMSTERDAM (THE NETHERLANDS) 109
BARCELONA (SPAIN) 110
MALMO (SWEDEN) 110
ASIA 111
YOKOHAMA (JAPAN) 111
JAKARTA (INDONESIA) 112
TAIPEI (CHINA) 113
MIDDLE EAST 114
MASDAR (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES) 114
CHAPTER 7 COMPANY PROFILES 116
INTRODUCTION 116
TABLE 39 KEY MARKET COMPANIES 116
SMART CITIES KEY MARKET COMPANIES 117
ACCENTURE 117
ALCATEL - LUCENT 118
CISCO SYSTEMS INC. 118
ERICSSON 119
GENERAL ELECTRIC (GE) 120
HITACHI 120
HP (HEWLETT-PACKARD) 121
IBM CORP. 121
INTEL 122
MICROSOFT 123
SAP 123
SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC 124
SIEMENS 124
TOSHIBA 125
OTHER SMART CITIES MARKET COMPANIES 126
ABB TROPOS 126
AGT INTERNATIONAL 126
ARUP 127
ATandT 128
ATOS SE (SOCIETAS EUROPAEA) 129
AUTODESK INC. 129
CAPGEMINI 129
CITYZENITH 130
ESRI 130
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD 131
ITRON 131
ORACLE 132
ORANGE GROUP 132
SENSUS 133
SILVER SPRING NETWORKS 133
TELEFONICA 134
TRILLIANT 134
URBIOTICA 135
VEOLIA 135
VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS 136
VODAFONE 136
INSTITUTIONAL PLAYERS 137
C40 CITIES INITIATIVE 137
EUROPEAN INVESTMENT BANK 137
EUROPEAN COMMISSION 138
INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY (IEA) 139
INTERGOVERNMENTAL PANEL ON CLIMATE CHANGE (IPCC) 139
ORGANIZATION FOR ECONOMIC COOPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT (OECD) 140
WORLD BANK 141
CHAPTER 8 REFERENCES 143
REFERENCING CONTRIBUTORS 147

LIST OF TABLES
SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART CITIES INFORMATION AND
COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (ICT) BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 9
TABLE 1 SMART CITY STAKEHOLDER DESCRIPTIONS 19
TABLE 2 TECHNOLOGIES AND CATEGORIES OF SMART CITIES ICT 22
TABLE 3 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART GRID ICT BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
BILLIONS) 43
TABLE 4 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR SMART GRID ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH
2019 ($ BILLIONS) 44
TABLE 5 SOUTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR SMART GRID ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH
2019 ($ BILLIONS) 45
TABLE 6 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR SMART GRID ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($
BILLIONS) 45
TABLE 7 ASIAN MARKET FOR SMART GRID ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($
BILLIONS) 45
TABLE 8 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART WATER ICT BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
BILLIONS) 53
TABLE 9 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR SMART WATER ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 54
TABLE 10 SOUTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR SMART WATER ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 54
TABLE 11 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR SMART WATER ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH
2019 ($ BILLIONS) 55
TABLE 12 ASIAN MARKET FOR SMART WATER ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($
BILLIONS) 55
TABLE 13 GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES IN SMART WATER MANAGEMENT, 2013 ($
BILLIONS) 59
TABLE 14 ANNUAL COST OF TRANSPORT CONGESTION FOR EU MEMBER STATES
(BILLION EUROS/%) 63
TABLE 15 GLOBAL MARKET FOR TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT ICT BY REGION,
THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 65
TABLE 16 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT ICT BY
SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 66
TABLE 17 SOUTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT ICT BY
SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 66
TABLE 18 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 67
TABLE 19 ASIAN MARKET FOR TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS) 67
TABLE 20 GLOBAL MARKET FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT ICT BY REGION, THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 73
TABLE 21 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 74
TABLE 22 SOUTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 74
TABLE 23 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 75
TABLE 24 ASIAN MARKET FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 75
TABLE 25 GLOBAL MARKET FOR ASSISTED LIVING ICT BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
($ MILLIONS) 82
TABLE 26 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR ASSISTED LIVING ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 83
TABLE 27 SOUTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR ASSISTED LIVING ICT BY SEGMENT,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 83
TABLE 28 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR ASSISTED LIVING ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 84
TABLE 29 ASIAN MARKET FOR ASSISTED LIVING ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019
($ MILLIONS) 84
TABLE 30 GLOBAL MARKET FOR E-GOVERNMENT, SECURITY AND EDUCATION ICT BY
REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 91
TABLE 31 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR E-GOVERNMENT, SECURITY AND
EDUCATION ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 92
TABLE 32 SOUTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR E-GOVERNMENT, SECURITY AND
EDUCATION ICT BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 92
TABLE 33 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR E-GOVERNMENT, SECURITY AND EDUCATION ICT
BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 93
TABLE 34 ASIAN MARKET FOR E-GOVERNMENT, SECURITY AND EDUCATION ICT BY
SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 93
TABLE 35 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART CITY INVESTMENTS BY SEGMENT, THROUGH
2019 ($ BILLIONS) 99
TABLE 36 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART CITY PROJECTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
(NUMBER OF PROJECTS) 101
TABLE 37 GLOBAL RESEARCH and DEVELOPMENT MARKET FOR SMART CITY ICT BY
SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 102
TABLE 38 CITIES DEVELOPING SMART CITIES PROJECTS 104
TABLE 39 KEY MARKET COMPANIES 116

LIST OF FIGURES
SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART CITIES INFORMATION AND
COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (ICT) BY REGION, 2013-2019 ($ BILLIONS) 10

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