Frost & Sullivan Research Service   Published: 1 Mar 2016
IoT-driven Business Models for ICT and Non-ICT Companies, Forecast to 2020
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  Table Of Contents
  1 | IOT-DRIVEN BUSINESS MODELS FOR ICT AND NON-ICT COMPANIES, FORECAST TO 2020
   Executive Summary
      1. Key Findings

  Introduction and Overview of IoT
      1. What is IoT?
      2. Overview of IoT
      3. IoT Value Chain
      4. IoT Value Chain Definition
      5. How can Enterprises Benefit from IoT?

  Drivers and Restraints—Total IoT Market
      1. Market Drivers
      2. Drivers Explained
      3. Drivers Explained (continued)
      4. Market Restraints
      5. Restraints Explained
      6. Restraints Explained (continued)

  Business Model Assessment
      1. IoT as an Enabler for Industry Transformation
      2. An Introduction to IoT Business Model
      3. An Introduction to IoT Business Model (continued)
      4. Types of IoT Business Models for New Revenue Streams
      5. Evolution of Business Models
      6. Value Creation for Customers
      7. Value Capture for Shareholders

  Revenue Sharing Business Model—Uber Taxi
      1. Uber Taxi—Service Brokerage
      2. Uber Taxi—Ability to Increase the Pool of Drivers
      3. Uber Taxi—Comparison with Traditional Taxi
      4. Uber Taxi—Rating Scale of Business Model

  Device and/or Subscription Business Model—Michelin Fleet Solution
      1. Michelin Fleet Management Solution Information Chain
      2. Michelin Transforms Itself and Disrupts its own Industry
      3. What Michelin Offers to its Stakeholders
      4. Rating Scale—Selling Tyres vs. Servicization

  Farmobile
      1. Farmobile Business Model
      2. Farmobile Use of IoT Technology

  SurePark
      1. SurePark Case Study
      2. SurePark Business Model

  Device-centric Business Model—Google Nest
      1. Google Nest Smart Thermostat
      2. Google Nest Adopts an Integrated Lifestyle Approach

  AliveCor
      1. AliveCor Converts a Smartphone into a Mobile ECG
      2. AliveCor Democratizes the Technology with IoT

  Fitbit
      1. Fitbit Stays Relevant by Lowering the Cost of Insurance
      2. Fitbit Uses Sensors Coupled with its Proprietary Algorithm

  Selling Data—Telefonica Insight Solution
      1. Telefonica Shifts from Selling Connectivity to Data Products
      2. Telefonica Insights Solution Key Success Factors

  Singtel Video Analytics
      1. Singtel Video Analytics Solution Case Study
      2. Singtel’s Evolutionary Strategy Towards Digital Services

  Volume-driven Business Model—Aviva Rate My Drive
      1. Aviva Charges Auto Premium Based on Driving Profile
      2. Aviva Gets More Competitive while Reducing its Risk

  Key Takeaway of the Use Cases
      1. Business Models of the 10 Companies
      2. Value Capture vs. Value Proposition Discussion
      3. Value Capture vs. Value Proposition Discussion (continued)

  Considerations in Developing IoT Business Models
      1. Stakeholders in the IoT Ecosystem
      2. Stakeholders in the IoT Ecosystem (continued)
      3. Enablers of New Business Models
      4. Deploying IoT from a Telco’s Point of View
      5. Considerations in Deploying IoT for New Business Model
      6. Legal Disclaimer

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