Tianjin Tongrentang Group Partners with Online Pharmacy Giant 111, Inc.

SHANGHAI, Nov. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — In a partnership combining one of China’s oldest names in pharmaceuticals with one of its newest, 111, Inc. (NASDAQ: YI) (“111” or the “Company”) is partnering with Tianjin Tongrentang Group. Co., Ltd. to deliver traditional Chinese medicine using big data and artificial intelligence, the drivers behind China’s largest online pharmaceutical retailer 111. Founded in 1669, Tianjin Tongrentang will use 111’s Internet healthcare platform for direct sourcing. The 111 platform provides online-offline channel integration, product promotion, big data customer analysis, brand awareness and patient education. The partnership will make it easier for patients and households to access the full range of Tianjin Tongrentang’s traditional Chinese medicine products and services.

The cooperation will leverage 111’s integrated online-offline healthcare platform and cover a wide range of Tianjin Tongrentang products, expanding the company’s addressable market for premium products as well as products developed exclusively for the 111 online platform.

Following China’s recent healthcare reforms, the separation of drug prescription and distribution has accelerated, and in particular, the expanded geographical coverage of “4+7 Centralized Urban Pharmaceutical Procurement Policy” has made online-offline retail channels outside hospitals the new focus of pharmaceutical manufacturers. The 111-Tianjin Tong Ren Tang partnership will bring the latter’s products to tier 3, 4 and 5 cities as well as expand coverage to include more pharmacies, private hospitals and clinics, and leverage 111’s nationwide supply chain and expertise in Internet technology.  

Dr. Gang Yu, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of 111, commented that Tianjin Tong Ren Tang is a time-honored brand with broad product offerings, and 111 will assist it in delivering its exclusive drugs and proprietary products to a wider market, benefiting more consumers, and that 111 looks forward to deploying its technologies to spur continued growth of this national and “centuries old” brand.

Zhang Yansen, Chairman of Tianjin Tongrentang, said that, as a time-honored brand, Tianjin Tongrentang has a business philosophy based on “integrity, product quality, and innovation”. He said that in recent years his company has embraced the Internet and exploited Internet platforms to continue business model innovation and to reduce middlemen in its distribution chain and provide easier access to its high-quality products and services.

About Tianjin Tongrentang

Tianjin Tongrentang Group Co., Ltd. is the owner and manufacturer of two original brands “Tianjin Tongrentang” and “Hongrentang” certified by the Ministry of Commerce as “time-honored” brands. Tianjin Tongrentang has also received the national Good Manufacturing Practice (“GMP”) certification for its production lines of tablets, hard capsules, granules, adhesive plasters, syrups, oral solutions and powders. The company has 114 approved products, among which 22 are proprietary drugs, 34 are included in the National Drug Catalogue for Basic Medical Insurance, Work-related Injury Insurance and Maternity Insurance, and 13 are included in the National Essential Drug List.

For more information on Tianjin Tongrentang, please visit http://www.tjtongrentang.com/.

About 111, Inc.

111, Inc. (NASDAQ: YI) (“111” or the “Company”) is a leading integrated online and offline healthcare platform in China. The Company provides hundreds of millions of consumers with better access to pharmaceutical products and healthcare services directly through its online retail pharmacy and indirectly through its offline pharmacy network. 111 also offers online healthcare services through its internet hospital, 1 Clinic, which provides consumers with cost-effective and convenient online consultation and electronic prescription services. In addition to providing direct services to consumers through its online retail pharmacy, 111 also enables offline pharmacies to better serve their customers. The Company’s online wholesale pharmacy, 1 Drug Mall, serves as a one-stop shop for pharmacies to source a vast selection of pharmaceutical products. The Company’s new retail platform, by integrating the front and back ends of the pharmaceutical supply chain, has formed a smart supply chain, which transforms the flow of pharmaceutical products to pharmacies and modernizes how they serve their customers.

For more information on 111, please visit http://ir.111.com.cn

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GroGuru to Display Artificial Intelligence-Enabled Strategic Irrigation System at the 2019 Irrigation Show

SAN DIEGO, Nov. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — GroGuru will exhibit their strategic irrigation management solutions at this year’s Irrigation Show and Education Week in Las Vegas, NV on December 2-6, 2019.

GroGuru is all about strategic irrigation management. “GroGuru helps farmers make more money by increasing crop yield while, at the same time, more efficiently using water and other scarce resources like fertilizer, energy and labor, in a sustainable way,” said Patrick Henry, president and CEO at GroGuru. “We do this via soil monitoring using the GroGuru patented wireless underground system, WUGS, that enables the permanent installation of soil sensors in annual field crops like corn and soybeans, eliminating the need for annual installation and removal of sensors.”

GroGuru adds data in the cloud, then uses machine learning or AI to create recommendations to farmers about when and how much to irrigate. The GroGuru WUGS-enabled solution is a total game changer for annual field crop farmers. The GroGuru software as a service (SaaS) provides a best in class solution, giving farmers the power of expert agronomic recommendations in an easy to use and intuitive user interface.

Here is a link to a video that describes what GroGuru does, with some customer testimonials:

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The Irrigation Show and Education Week provides:

  • the industry’s most comprehensive list of education offerings.
  • hands-on access to the latest products and technologies.
  • valuable programs, events and sessions designed to help you improve your irrigation practices.

Please come see GroGuru’s exhibit at the show at booth I-1039.

GroGuru is a privately held company based in San Diego, CA that provides precision soil and irrigation monitoring systems to the commercial agriculture industry. GroGuru is focused on enabling farmers to increase crop yields while optimally use water, energy and other scarce resources in a sustainable way. GroGuru sells an innovative hardware-enabled subscription-based solution to farmers that enables optimal irrigation. GroGuru’s patented 100 percent wireless underground system (WUGS) enables a permanent installation of soil sensors, even in annual field crops like corn, soybeans, wheat, cotton and sorghum, that have a destructive harvest. GroGuru’s WUGS-based systems can be buried below the till depth and communicate through several feet of soil wirelessly, thus eliminating the need for the sensors to be annually installed and removed for seeding and harvesting, respectively, for these annual crops. GroGuru is a portfolio company at the EvoNexus technology incubator, the premier technology incubator in Southern California.

 

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Bespoke’s AI Chatbot Launches on the Tokyo Metro

TOKYO, Nov. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Bespoke Inc. (“Bespoke”), creators of the world’s first AI-powered chatbot developed specifically for travelers, announced today the official launch of “Bebot” for the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line (“Ginza Line”) in Japan. Bebot is now available everywhere along the Ginza Line, which is one of the busiest routes for commuters and tourists alike and includes hubs like Shibuya, Ginza, Ueno and Asakusa. Users can easily connect with Bebot by scanning a QR code or connecting to a simple URL without downloading an app.

Nearly one million riders every day now have access to powerful navigation tools and local information along the entire Ginza Line. Whether on the train or waiting at the station, riders can receive real-time train status information, directions and recommendations for nearby tourist and cultural spots. Bebot also helps riders to find barrier-free facilities at stations and receive any transfer information. Foreign visitors can travel confidently with Bebot’s help, who considers peak-times and any delays, thus also reducing overall congestion and managing crowds effectively for the operator.

Bebot maximizes the user engagement between a partner like the Ginza Line and a rider through its frictionless and easy-to-use platform. As a user interacts with Bebot, travelers discover local attractions, landmarks and stores that they would have otherwise missed, thereby driving in-market spend. By introducing and guiding travelers to lesser-known attractions along the Ginza line, hub traffic is spread across stations and attractions, alleviating the impact of over-tourism and increasing train safety and comfort for everyone. Partners that deploy Bebot benefit from deep traveler insights that reveal customer preferences, revenue opportunities and trend analytics.

“Whether travelers are just trying to catch a transfer at the platform or exploring Tokyo one station at a time, Bebot gives them the info they need right away,” says Bespoke CEO Akemi Tsunagawa. “We developed our AI bot not just to guide travelers effectively but to help them to discover more and share with them the hospitality of a local friend in Japan.”

As the year concludes and the adoption of Bebot continues to grow, opportunities are plentiful for Tokyo-based Bespoke. Now, with the country preparing for the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics next summer, Bebot promises to be at the forefront in providing Japanese hospitality to visitors from around the world through its multilingual and easy-access user interface.

For more information, please visit Bespoke on the web at https://www.be-spoke.io/ or email info@be-spoke.io.

ABOUT BESPOKE

Headquartered in Tokyo, Bespoke Inc. is the world’s leading developer of multilingual Artificial Intelligence solutions serving the travel and tourism industry. Bespoke provides solutions to major airports, cities and transport authorities to aid in congestion management, emergency communication and driving in-market spend. Bespoke’s customers include Narita International Airport, Sendai International Airport, JR East’s Tokyo Station, the Mie Prefecture, Holiday Inn and Sofitel Hotels & Resorts. As of Q1 2019, over 12 million travelers interact with Bespoke’s Chatbot annually.

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U.S. Department of Defense AI Activities Market Report, 2019-2024: Analysis on Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E); Procurement; Operations & Maintenance (O&M); Variety of Services

DUBLIN, Nov. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The “DoD Artificial Intelligence Activities, Forecast to 2024” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

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This research service focuses on the US Department of Defense (DoD) artificial intelligence activities market. 

Representative programs, contracts, and market participants are included to form an overview picture of US DoD spending on this technology. An analysis of research, development, test, and evaluation (RDT&E); procurement; operations and maintenance (O&M); and a variety of services are included in this study.

Contract activity for the 2018 and 2019 calendar year is also included. DoD artificial intelligence activities spending consists of the Army, Navy/Marine Corps, Air Force, and Joint Service spending plans-all of which are included. The base year for financial spending is 2018, and the market forecast is from 2019 to 2024. Artificial intelligence spending for the fiscal year 2020 in the DoD budget request is the foundation of this research.

The 2020 DoD request is notably higher than that of 2019 and may encounter opposition from both sides of the political aisle. 

The new research details the defense departments, agencies, and industry partners that offer the best opportunities for companies trying to participate in the US DoD artificial intelligence market. This research service includes market trends and future concepts that shed light on some spending numbers and the importance of participating in certain projects and programs. The research assists in understanding the government’s focus and the services it is likely to require in the future.

The market research presented was obtained from secondary and primary sources and combines quantitative and qualitative information. 

Insights are provided on current and anticipated program spending and industry leaders; this will help firms to identify growth opportunities and formulate go-to-market strategies to assist them with improving their relative market share. The purpose of this study is to highlight the artificial intelligence spending and technology trends followed by the US DoD.

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are some leading US DoD artificial intelligence programs?
  • What are some leading DoD artificial intelligence contracts?
  • Where are the growth opportunities in the DoD artificial intelligence market?
  • What does the current DoD artificial intelligence landscape look like?
  • What activities will be emphasized as the market continues to mature?

Key Topics Covered

1. Executive Summary

  • Executive Summary – Key Findings
  • Executive Summary – Market Evolution
  • Executive Summary – Key Predictions

2. Research Scope, Objectives, and Methodology

  • Research Scope
  • Research Aims and Objectives
  • Key Questions this Study will Answer
  • Research Methodology
  • Market Segmentation

3. Overview of DoD Artificial Intelligence Activities

  • Operational Artificial Intelligence Trends
  • DoD Artificial Intelligence – Concepts of the Future

4. Market Measurement Analysis

  • DoD Artificial Intelligence Activities Market – Spending Forecast
  • DoD Artificial Intelligence Activities Market – Example of AI Programs
  • Competitive Structure of the DoD Artificial Intelligence Market
  • Examples of Artificial Intelligence Contracts

5. Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action

  • Growth Opportunity – Artificial Intelligence
  • Growth Opportunity – Swarm Operations
  • Growth Opportunity – Object Classification/Processing Exploitation Dissemination
  • Growth Opportunity – Ballistic Missile Defense
  • Growth Opportunity – Cybersecurity and Cyber Attacks
  • Strategic Imperatives to Achieve Growth Within the DoD Artificial Intelligence Ecosystem

6. Conclusions

  • Key Takeaways
  • 3 Big Predictions

7. Appendix

  • Aerospace, Defense, and Security (ADS) Research Areas and Capabilities
  • List of Exhibits

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Global Airport Security Systems Market Forecasts to 2024: Surveillance, Biometric, Screening & Scanning, Perimeter Intrusion Detection, and Fire Safety Systems

DUBLIN, Nov. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The “Airport Security Systems Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2019 – 2024)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

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The airport security systems market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of above 8% during the forecast period.

  • The increasing number of travelers and significant security enhancements for intercepting the threat of terrorist attacks in airports are some of the driving factors for airport security systems market and this trend is anticipated to continue over the forecast period.
  • The increasing airport constructions and investments into airport infrastructure are further boosting the growth of the market of airport security systems during the forecast period.
  • The increasing adoption of artificial intelligence, robotics, and biometrics in various systems of security for detecting suspicious persons, credit cards, fake currencies, abandoned objects, and explosives, without disturbing the passenger flow at the airport are anticipated to propel the growth of the market in the future.

Key Market Trends

Biometric Systems Segment to Experience the Highest Growth During the Forecast Period

Biometric Systems segment of the market is anticipated to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Various airports and airlines are currently testing and using biometrics in the airports to speed up various airport processes like check-in and security check or passport control. Some of the airports in countries like the US, the UK, China, Japan, and Singapore are currently using this technology and many other airports in smaller countries are in the testing phase of biometrics.

The Transportation Security Administration of the United States released a roadmap for enhancing aviation security & the passenger experience using biometrics in September 2018 with the vision to transform the commercial aviation ecosystem by 2026. Also, under Digi Yatra initiative, Airports Authority of India is currently testing the use of facial recognition system at checkpoints like Entry point check, Entry into Security Check, Aircraft Boarding, etc., in airports of Bangalore and Hyderabad and plans to use these system initially at airports at Kolkata, Varanasi, Pune, and Vijayawada. Such initiatives from the governments and advancement in technology for faster processing of passengers are acting as major drivers for the growth of the segment during the forecast period.

Asia Pacific Region is Expected to Generate the Highest Demand During the Forecast Period

Asia Pacific region is expected to generate the highest demand for airport security systems during the forecast period. The growth of the market is due to the increasing terrorist activities and increasing investments in the aviation infrastructure, which is fuelled by the increase in air passenger traffic in the region. China and India are the highest spenders in aviation infrastructure in the region and are experiencing the highest growth in the air passenger traffic.

Also, countries like Australia, Indonesia, and the Philippines among others have finalized their plans for the construction of new airports during the forecast period. For instance, Australia has begun the construction of Western Sydney Airport in September 2018 with an investment of USD 3.6 billion and is scheduled to open by 2026. Similarly, development plans of Jakarta Airport and commencement of construction of a new international airport project in the Philippines are also set to begin by the end of 2019. Such investments are anticipated to generate demand for new airport security systems for airports and new facilities during the forecast period.

Competitive Landscape

The market of airport security systems is a highly fragmented market with many suppliers who provide different security systems to airports around the world. Some of the prominent players in the market are Honeywell International Inc., Bosch Security Systems, Smiths Group, L3Harris Technologies Inc., and Siemens AG.

The development of new technologies (and innovation of new products) is anticipated to help the companies to gain customers for expansion into new ventures and increase their geographic presence. Currently, the airport operators and governments are testing and conducting trials with robots to support security officials to provide adequate security at the airport.

To incorporate such technologies, they are partnering with the security system providers, which is expected to help the companies gain an advantage over others. Also, airlines are investing in security systems by partnering with the providers for decreasing passenger wait timing and faster screening, which is anticipated to help companies expand their geographic reach in a region.

For instance, in late July 2019, United Airlines have purchased stakes in Clear biometric screening company and signed a deal for installing screening kiosks at Chicago O’Hare, Houston International and Newark Liberty airports. Additionally, the latest trend of digitisation of airports will open new market opportunities for the market players in the coming future.

Key Topics Covered

1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Study Assumptions
1.2 Scope of Study

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

4 MARKET DYNAMICS
4.1 Market Overview
4.2 Market Drivers
4.3 Market Restraints
4.4 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

5 MARKET SEGMENTATION
5.1 Security System
5.1.1 Surveillance Systems
5.1.2 Biometric Systems
5.1.2.1 Face Recognition
5.1.2.2 Iris and Retina Recognition
5.1.2.3 Fingerprint Recognition
5.1.2.4 Other Biometric Systems
5.1.3 Screening and Scanning Systems
5.1.4 Perimeter Intrusion Detection Systems
5.1.5 Fire Safety Systems
5.2 Geography
5.2.1 North America
5.2.1.1 United States
5.2.1.2 Canada
5.2.2 Europe
5.2.2.1 United Kingdom
5.2.2.2 France
5.2.2.3 Germany
5.2.2.4 Rest of Europe
5.2.3 Asia Pacific
5.2.3.1 China
5.2.3.2 India
5.2.3.3 Japan
5.2.3.4 South Korea
5.2.3.5 Rest of Asia Pacific
5.2.4 Latin America
5.2.4.1 Brazil
5.2.4.2 Mexico
5.2.4.3 Rest of Latin America
5.2.5 Middle East & Africa
5.2.5.1 United Arab Emirates
5.2.5.2 Saudi Arabia
5.2.5.3 South Africa
5.2.5.4 Rest of Middle East & Africa

6 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
6.1 Vendor Market Share
6.2 Company Profiles
6.2.1 FLIR Systems Inc.
6.2.2 L3Harris Technologies Inc.
6.2.3 Honeywell International Inc.
6.2.4 Bosch Security Systems
6.2.5 Siemens AG
6.2.6 Hart International Solutions
6.2.7 Covenant Aviation Security (CAS)
6.2.8 Collins Aerospace
6.2.9 Integrated Detection Systems Ltd.
6.2.10 Smiths Group
6.2.11 Elbit Systems Ltd.
6.2.12 SITA

7 MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND FUTURE TRENDS

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Applied Radiology Launches New Artificial Intelligence Digital Community

SCOTCH PLAINS, N.J., Nov. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Anderson Publishing, Ltd., publishers of Applied Radiology, announce the launch of a new Artificial Intelligence (AI) Digital Community. This AI Digital Community is made possible by support from Guerbet, LLC, a leading manufacturer of contrast media, injectors, and digital solutions. Guerbet recently entered the AI market through a partnership with IBM Watson Health.

“Guerbet is excited to support Applied Radiology in this endeavor, as the AI Digital Community aims to reach a wide audience of imaging professionals with important information about AI and its development and implementation in clinical practice,” says Eric Smith, Marketing Manager, Medical Devices and Software for Guerbet. Kieran Anderson, Anderson Publishing Vice President and Group Publisher, added, “The AI Digital Community is designed to elevate the conversation around the growing use of AI in medical imaging for our digital audience.”

In conjunction with the AI Digital Community, an AI Advisory Board has been developed and will be led by Orest Boyko, MD, PhD, of the USC Bridge at the Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience at the University of Southern California. The AI Advisory Board will play a vital role in developing content for the AI Digital Community.

“Dr. Boyko’s expansive experience, interest in, and insight into how AI tools are being developed and implemented into radiology workflows and beyond will be a great resource. His direct involvement in several AI projects at USC, including AI vendor collaboration, adds great value to the AI Advisory Board and supports our efforts to develop an informative AI Digital Community,” said Kieran Anderson.

Dr. Boyko stated, “The goal of the AI Advisory Board is to independently support the AI Digital Community, which is designed to provide objective commentary and insight into the expanding role of AI product development, applications, and implementation. I value this opportunity to Chair the AI Advisory Board.”

In addition to Dr. Boyko, the AI Advisory Board consists of leading medical imaging experts, including Dianna Bardo, MD, Phoenix Children’s Hospital; Matthew Barish, MD, Stony Brook University Hospital; Aashim Bhatia, MD, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center; Christopher Filippi, MD, Northwell Health; Ari Goldberg, MD, Loyola University Medical Center; and Sonia Gupta, MD, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

As part of the AI Digital Community, Applied Radiology will create and deliver “AI Insights,” an opt-in e-newsletter that will highlight important AI topics developed with input from the AI Advisory Board. The e-newsletter will be distributed monthly and is intended to stimulate discussion and dialogue within the digital community.

Applied Radiology will also expand its column, “Eye on AI,” to appear in all six (6) bi-monthly issues of the journal, beginning in 2020. This column will feature short articles, editorials, and interviews with industry and healthcare experts, to complement the AI Digital Community with additional insights into the growing role of AI in medical imaging.

About Applied Radiology

Applied Radiology is a leading clinical-review journal published by Anderson Publishing, Ltd., a medical publishing and communications company based in Scotch Plains, NJ. Published since 1971, Applied Radiology reaches a global audience of more than 50,000 radiology professionals through its print and digital properties.

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About Guerbet

Guerbet is a pioneer in the contrast-agent field, with more than 90 years’ experience, and is a leader in medical imaging worldwide. The company offers a comprehensive range of pharmaceutical products, medical devices, and services for diagnostic and interventional imaging, to improve the diagnosis and treatment of patients. With 8% of revenue dedicated to R&D and more than 200 employees distributed among its centers in France, Israel, and the United States, Guerbet is a substantial investor in research and innovation. Guerbet (GBT) is listed on Euronext Paris (segment B – mid caps) and generated €790 million in revenue in 2018. For more information about Guerbet, please visit http://www.guerbet.com.

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Enterprise Artificial Intelligence Market to Reach $53.06 Bn, Globally, by 2026 at 35.4% CAGR: Allied Market Research

PORTLAND, Oregon, Nov. 28, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Allied Market Research published a report, titled, “Enterprise Artificial Intelligence (AI) Market by Deployment Type (Cloud and On-Premise), Technology (Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Image Processing, and Speech Recognition), Organization Size (Large Enterprises and Small & Medium Enterprises), and Industry Vertical (Media & Advertising, BFSI, IT & Telecom, Retail, Healthcare, Automotive & Transportation, and Others): Global Opportunity Analysis And Industry Forecast, 2019–2026.” According to the report, the global enterprise Artificial Intelligence industry garnered $4.68 billion in 2018, and is expected to generate $53.06 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 35.4% from 2019 to 2026.

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Drivers, restraints, and opportunities–

Growing need for analyzing and interpreting large amounts of data, rise in customer satisfaction, adoption of reliable cloud applications, and surge in investment in AI technologies drive the global enterprise Artificial Intelligence market. However, lack of trained and experienced staff hinders the market growth. On the other hand, rise in adoption of AI in developing economies and developing smarter virtual assistants and robots would create new opportunities in the market.

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The on-premise segment to maintain its dominance throughout the forecast period–

Based on deployment type, the on-premise segment held the largest market share in the global enterprise Artificial Intelligence market, contributing to nearly three-fifths of the total market in 2018, and is estimated to maintain its dominance throughout the forecast period. The increase in concerns over data privacy and security is fueling the demand for on-premise AI solutions among large organizations. However, the cloud segment is estimated to register the fastest CAGR of 38.9% from 2019 to 2026. The rise in need to check AI components constructed by other teams within an enterprise and access AI content is fueling the growth of this segment.

The machine learning segment to maintain its leadership status by 2026

Based on technology, the Machine Learning segment contributed more than half of the total share of the global enterprise Artificial Intelligence market in 2018, and is estimated to maintain its leadership status during the forecast period. This is attributed to factors such as increase in applications in identity access management, cognitive technologies, recognizing objects, emotions & behavior. However, the natural language processing segment is expected to grow at the fastest CAGR of 42.3% from 2019 to 2026. The growing need to fill the communication gap between humans and computers fuels the segment.

North America to maintain its dominance throughout the study period–

Based on region, North America held the highest market share in 2018, contributing for more than two-fifths of the global enterprise Artificial Intelligence market, and will maintain its dominant position in terms of revenue during the forecast period. This is due to the presence of major market players in this region, increase in adoption of head-up display screens in smart wearables, luxury cars, and growth in venture capital investments. However, Asia-Pacific would register the highest CAGR of 41.4% during the forecast period. This is due to increase in number of startups that are investing in AI technologies and using its applications to compete in the global market.

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  • MicroStrategy Incorporated
  • Apple Inc
  • Amazon Web Services, Inc
  • International Business Machines Corporation
  • Wipro Limited
  • NVIDIA Corporation
  • Alphabet Inc. (Google Inc.)
  • IPsoft Inc
  • SAP
  • Verint

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Worldwide Commercial Building Automation Market Insights 2019-2022 – Revenue from Shipments to Reach $2.7 Billion in 2022

DUBLIN, Nov. 28, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The “The Global Commercial Building Automation Market” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

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How should the mobile industry address the vast business opportunity in connected smart buildings?

This report estimates that revenues from shipments of building automation systems worldwide will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 21.4 percent from US$ 1.2 billion in 2018 to US$ 2.7 billion in 2022. Get a 360 degree perspective on the rapid evolution of the global building automation market in this comprehensive 290 page strategy report.

According to the report, the installed base of sensors, actuators, modules, gateways and other connected devices deployed as part of IoT-based building automation in smart and connected commercial buildings was an estimated 151 million units worldwide at the end of 2018. Growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 33 percent, the installed base will reach 483 million units in 2022. About 4.5 million of these devices were connected via cellular networks in 2018.

This study analyses the market for building automation in smart buildings along multiple verticals ranging from well-known ones such as heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), indoor lighting, fire & safety, access & security, to lesser known ones such as electric vehicle charging, irrigation systems and pool monitoring.

The most successful building automation solutions to date, in terms of sold units, include access and security, fire and safety, HVAC systems and elevators and escalators management. These solutions are marketed by product OEMs such as Assa Abloy, Avigilon, AMAG Technology, HID Global, Comark, Tyco, Albireo Energy, Cimetrics, Delta Controls, ENGIE Insight, Silvair, KONE, Otis, Schindler and ThyssenKrupp.

The automatic control may be done through a centralized system such as a Building Management System (BMS). Examples of BMS solution providers include ABB, Honeywell, Johnson Controls, Schneider Electric, Siemens and United Technologies. Building automation has been around for many decades but there is a new urgency due to factors such as energy conservation as well as mandates for green construction.

The latest smart building solutions leverage new technologies such as IoT, big data, cloud computing, data analytics, deep learning and artificial intelligence for the benefits of saving energy, reducing operational expenditures, increasing occupancy comfort, and meeting increasingly stringent global regulations and sustainability standards.

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Executive summary

1 Introduction to smart buildings
1.1 Introduction
1.1.1 Global population growth and urbanisation
1.1.2 Sustainable development and building strategies
1.1.3 Energy demands
1.1.4 Definitions and brief history of commercial building automation
1.1.5 Market penetration of building automation
1.1.6 From building automation to smart buildings
1.1.7 Smart buildings are an integral part of smart cities
1.2 Market drivers
1.2.1 Energy consumption of commercial buildings
1.2.2 Optimising energy consumption in commercial buildings
1.2.3 The next frontier – zero energy buildings
1.2.4 Operational efficiency
1.2.5 Occupancy comfort and productivity
1.2.6 Space optimisation
1.2.7 Regulations and standards
1.2.8 Grants, loans, rebates and deductions
1.3 Technology drivers
1.3.1 IoT and Building IoT
1.3.2 Big data and data analytics
1.3.3 Cloud and edge computing
1.3.4 Deep learning and artificial intelligence
1.3.5 Wireless connectivity
1.4 Market barriers
1.4.1 Lack of clarity on return on investment
1.4.2 Competitive markets versus oligopolies
1.4.3 Proprietary solutions and lack of interoperability
1.4.4 Security and privacy concerns
1.5 Startup activity
1.6 Partnerships
1.7 Regional versus global efforts
1.8 Types of commercial building automation
1.8.1 HVAC systems
1.8.2 Lighting and window control systems
1.8.3 Occupancy comfort and productivity systems
1.8.4 Fire and safety
1.8.5 Access and security
1.8.6 Water management
1.8.7 Refrigeration
1.8.8 Elevator and escalator management
1.8.9 Pool and spa management
1.8.10 Irrigation systems
1.8.11 Electric vehicle charging
1.8.12 Audio, video and entertainment
1.8.13 Renewable energy sources
1.8.14 Building management systems
1.9 Automation market segments
1.9.1 Government buildings
1.9.2 Healthcare buildings and hospitals
1.9.3 Hospitality buildings and hotels
1.9.4 Office buildings
1.9.5 Production buildings and factories
1.9.6 Retail outlets
1.9.7 New buildings versus existing buildings
1.10 Commercial building stock by region

2 Networks and communications technologies
2.1 Overview
2.1.1 Integration in building automation
2.1.2 Approaches to establishing interoperability
2.1.3 Network protocols and topologies
2.1.4 Technology choices of product OEMs
2.1.5 Combine IT networks and building automation networks or keep them apart?
2.2 Smart building protocols
2.2.1 BACnet
2.2.2 DALI
2.2.3 INSTEON
2.2.4 KNX
2.2.5 LonWorks
2.2.6 M-Bus
2.2.7 Modbus
2.2.8 OpenTherm
2.2.9 SNMP
2.3 Smart building physical layer technologies
2.3.1 ANT
2.3.2 Bluetooth
2.3.3 DECT ULE
2.3.4 EnOcean
2.3.5 Li-Fi
2.3.6 LPWAN
2.3.7 Power over Ethernet
2.3.8 Thread
2.3.9 Wi-Fi
2.3.10 ZigBee
2.3.11 Z-Wave
2.4 Wireless versus wired communications
2.5 Getting meaning out of data: Project Haystack
2.6 Software and middleware
2.7 Building automation platforms
2.7.1 Sensors
2.7.2 Actuators
2.7.3 Gateways
2.7.4 Processors
2.7.5 Dashboards and user interfaces
2.8 Automatic calibration and automated diagnostics
2.9 Remote network monitoring and trouble-shooting
2.10 Industry bodies, certifications and standards
2.11 Industry consortiums
2.12 Indoor environment quality standards
2.13 Water efficiency standards
2.14 Sustainable sites standards

3 Technology providers and OEMs
3.1 Market overview
3.2 HVAC systems
3.2.1 Albireo Energy
3.2.2 Asset Mapping
3.2.3 Autani
3.2.4 Cimetrics
3.2.5 Delta Controls
3.2.6 Distech Controls
3.2.7 ENGIE Insight
3.2.8 J2 Innovations
3.2.9 KGS Buildings
3.2.10 Levaux
3.2.11 Lynxspring
3.2.12 National Renewable Energy Laboratory
3.2.13 Silvair
3.2.14 SkyFoundry
3.2.15 Verdigris Technologies
3.3 Lighting and window control
3.3.1 Digital Lumens
3.3.2 Echelon (Adesto Technologies)
3.3.3 Enlighted
3.3.4 Lutron
3.3.5 Signify
3.4 Occupancy comfort and productivity systems
3.4.1 Automated Logic
3.4.2 BuildingIQ
3.4.3 Building Robotics
3.4.4 PointGrab
3.4.5 75F
3.5 Fire and safety
3.5.1 Comark
3.5.2 Renesas Electronics
3.5.3 Texas Instruments
3.5.4 Tyco
3.6 Access and security
3.6.1 AMAG Technology
3.6.2 Assa Abloy
3.6.3 Avigilon
3.6.4 HID Global
3.6.5 Nortek Security & Control
3.6.6 Zaplox
3.7 Water management
3.7.1 Apana
3.7.2 Intelligent Water Management
3.7.3 SenseWare
3.8 Refrigeration
3.8.1 Accruent
3.8.2 Amphenol Advanced Sensors
3.8.3 Daikin
3.8.4 Danfoss
3.8.5 Entouch Controls
3.9 Elevator and escalator management
3.9.1 KONE
3.9.2 MERak Telsis
3.9.3 Otis
3.9.4 Schindler
3.9.5 ThyssenKrupp
3.10 Pool and spa management
3.10.1 AstralPool
3.10.2 Hayward
3.11 Irrigation systems
3.11.1 BlueSpray
3.11.2 Rachio
3.12 Electric vehicle charging
3.12.1 Advantech
3.12.2 ChargePoint
3.12.3 Delta
3.13 Audio, video and entertainment
3.13.1 Alpiq InTec
3.13.2 Bosch
3.13.3 Crestron
3.13.4 Harman
3.13.5 Elan Systems

4 Service providers and building management system vendors
4.1 Market observations
4.1.1 Confluence of technology and regulations
4.1.2 Trying to find a scalable model for building automation
4.1.3 Building automation systems increasingly being targeted for cyberattacks
4.1.4 Occupant demand for high-tech in the building
4.1.5 Using the cloud to connect portfolio of buildings together
4.2 Go-to-market strategies
4.2.1 The BIoT ecosystem and business models
4.2.2 One-off project pricing
4.2.3 Maintenance agreements
4.2.4 Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
4.2.5 Return-on-Investment
4.3 Building management system vendors
4.3.1 ABB
4.3.2 Honeywell
4.3.3 Johnson Controls
4.3.4 Schneider Electric
4.3.5 Siemens
4.3.6 United Technologies (UTC)
4.3.7 Yanzi Networks
4.4 Building automation service providers
4.4.1 Cisco Digital Ceiling
4.4.2 GE Predix
4.4.3 Hitachi Lumada
4.4.4 IBM Watson
4.4.5 Legrand ELIOT
4.4.6 Switch Automation
4.5 Case studies
4.5.1 Daikin Technology and Innovation Center in Japan
4.5.2 Dell Children’s Medical Center in the US
4.5.3 Duke Energy Center in the US
4.5.4 The Edge in the Netherlands
4.5.5 Hyatt Regency in the US
4.5.6 Isquare in Hong Kong
4.5.7 The Living Building at Georgia Tech in the US
4.5.8 Los Angeles Convention Center in the US
4.5.9 MGM Resorts in the US
4.5.10 National Stadium in China
4.5.11 Providence St. Peter Hospital in the US
4.5.12 RBC Waterpark Place in Canada
4.5.13 San Francisco Public Utility Commission in the US
4.5.14 Shanghai Tower in China
4.5.15 Subaru of America headquarters in the US
4.5.16 Technische Betriebe Glarus Nord in Switzerland

5 Market forecasts and conclusions
5.1 Market trends and analysis
5.1.1 Major changes are coming to buildings
5.1.2 How does NOI and capitalization rate change with smart buildings?
5.1.3 BIoT has started a new trajectory for building automation
5.1.4 BIoT enables integration of different building functions
5.1.5 Regional differences continue to be important
5.1.6 When is the right time for building owners to engage?
5.2 Europe
5.2.1 Revenues
5.2.2 Shipments
5.2.3 Installed base
5.3 North America
5.3.1 Revenues
5.3.2 Shipments
5.3.3 Installed base
5.4 Asia-Pacific
5.4.1 Revenues
5.4.2 Shipments
5.4.3 Installed base
5.5 Rest-of-World
5.5.1 Revenues
5.5.2 Shipments
5.5.3 Installed base
5.6 Cellular IoT device shipments and connections

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Satellite Services Market by Type (LEO, MEO, GEO), Communications (Voice & Data), Solutions, Applications, Segments (Consumer, Enterprise, Industrial, Government), and Industry Verticals, 2019-2024

DUBLIN, Nov. 28, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The “Satellite Services Market by Type (LEO, MEO, and GEO), Communications (Voice and Data), Solutions, Applications, Segments (Consumer, Enterprise, Industrial, and Government), and Industry Verticals 2019 – 2024” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

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This report assesses the satellite services market for communications and specific solutions by segment (consumer, enterprise, industrial, and government customers) as well as by industry vertical. It includes coverage of Internet access, asset tracking, surveillance, and IoT applications. It provides analysis by satellite type (LEO, MEO, and GEO) and by consumer versus business with segmentation by business type.

The report also provides forecasts for all major solution and application areas as well as by major industry verticals and market segments including consumer, enterprise, industrial, and government segments from 2019 to 2024. It also provides forecasts for satellite components and equipment such as Satellite NOC/ Hub, Terminal, Communications Platform, and more from 2019 to 2024.

It also evaluates satellite support for 5G coverage, applications, and services. This includes both public and private 5G networks, industry verticals, and specific implementations such as supplementing coverage for smart cities. It also addresses technology support of 5G satellite services such as artificial intelligence and the use of blockchain. Forecasts include global and regional markets from 2019 to 2024.

Market Insights

The business drivers for satellite communications and applications are clear. Satellites provide coverage in areas where terrestrial wireless cannot. In fact, land-based wireless only covers roughly 10% of the globe. Certain verticals, such as the maritime industry, require global coverage. This will be especially important as shipping begins to adopt autonomous transport as vessels will continue to require ship-to-shore communications as well as a new need for signaling with on-board ship sensors for navigation and ship controls.

The asset management industry also requires satellite systems for coverage in support of fleet tracking, supply chain management, and general asset tracking needs. The advent of advanced Internet of Things (IoT) solutions leveraging machine to machine communications and other supporting technologies enables anytime, anywhere, any type of asset tracking. Satellites provide seamless machine-to-machine communications for the asset tracking market.

While GPS provides the bulk of this today, it is not the best solution for latency-sensitive applications and/or those that require high bandwidth. There is a market need for additional satellite types to provide bandwidth on demand, uninterrupted connectivity, and support for mission critical operations that require ultra-reliable communications. This is similar to the business case for 5G in private networks such as industrial applications that are time-sensitive. While 5G is poised to dramatically increase terrestrial radio density, coverage is not a strong suit and thus the need for satellite to fill in the holes. Satellite will also be an option for 5G backhaul.

Satellite services also provide coverage for business solutions that are often problematic and/or in remote areas such as mining operations, deep-water, and agriculture in third-world countries. Satellite is also important certain industries that require continuous network coverage such as oil & gas, transportation systems involving hybrid networks for autonomous vehicles, and other mission critical services. In addition to providing continuous coverage in areas not practical by terrestrial systems, satellites may also provide continuous service in the event that terrestrial systems have a service outage.

However, satellite services do have some downsides, which include cost and signal latency. The former is in a downward trajectory and the latter will be solved by low earth orbit (LEO) satellite systems. The upside of LEOs is that they have much lower latency due to smaller distance to the earth’s surface, but there is a need for many more than middle earth orbit or geosynchronous satellites and there is also a need for frequent hand-off from one LEO satellite to another. Fortunately, LEO satellites are also much smaller than GEOs, often weighing as little as 10kg (as compared to 1,000kg or more for GEOs) and thus require less expensive launch vehicles.

One of the additional drivers for LEO vs. GEO is that there is a limited number of orbital slots available for GEO satellites. However, LEO’s are not the perfect solution as there are concerns about plans from the likes of SpaceX, OneWeb, and even Amazon to collectively launch thousands of satellites into orbit rendering the earth’s atmosphere a sea of machines. To partially deal with this issue SpaceX requested permission from the FCC to adjust the orbital spacing of its satellites to facilitate three orbital planes rather than one, which they claim will accelerate deployment by taking advantage of a wider service area.

Key Topics Covered

1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction
2.1 Overview
2.2 Satellite Ecosystem
2.2.1 Satellites
2.2.1 Launch Vehicles
2.2.2 Ground Systems

3. Satellite Services Industry
3.1 Satellite Service Market Drivers
3.1.1 Coverage in Remote Areas
3.1.2 Continuous Coverage via Hybrid Networks
3.2 Satellite Service Markets
3.2.1 Consumer and Business Communications
3.2.2 Business Solutions for Public and Private Networks

4. Satellite Companies
4.1 Airbus Defense and Space
4.2 Amazon
4.3 Antrix Corporation Limited
4.4 Apstar
4.5 ARA Antenna Research
4.6 Arabsat
4.7 Ariane Group
4.8 AsiaSat
4.9 Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp
4.10 Blue Origin
4.11 Blue Sky Network
4.12 Boeing Defense; Space and Security
4.13 Campbell Scientific, Inc.
4.14 Casic
4.15 China Satcom
4.16 Cobham plc.
4.17 Commercial Space Technologies Ltd
4.18 Communications & Power Industries LLC
4.19 Comtech PST Corp
4.20 Comtech Telecommunications Corp
4.21 Cosmos International
4.22 Digisat International Inc.
4.23 EchoStar Mobile Limited
4.24 Eric Communications
4.25 Ericsson Inc.
4.26 Eurockot Launch Services
4.27 Eutelsat
4.28 Fleet Space
4.29 General Dynamics Mission Systems
4.30 Gilat Satellite Networks
4.31 GK Launch Services
4.32 Globalstar Inc.
4.33 L3Harris Technologies
4.34 Holkirk Communications Ltd
4.35 Hughes Satellite Systems Corporation
4.36 Inmarsat PLC
4.37 Intelsat General
4.38 Iridium Communications
4.39 ISRO
4.40 ISS-Reshetnev
4.41 Kepler Communications
4.42 LeoSat Enterprises
4.43 Lockheed Martin
4.44 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Launch Services
4.45 NASA
4.46 Newtec CY NV
4.47 Northrop Grumman
4.48 OHB SE
4.49 OneWeb Satellites
4.50 ORBCOMM Europe Holding BV
4.51 Orbital Tracking Corp
4.52 Planet Labs
4.53 Qualcomm Inc.,
4.54 SatCom Global Ltd
4.55 SES
4.56 Singtel
4.57 Skyperfect
4.58 Space Star Technology
4.59 Space Systems/Loral
4.60 SpaceX
4.61 Synertone
4.62 Telesat
4.63 Telstra
4.64 Thaicom
4.65 Thales Alenia Space
4.66 Thuraya
4.67 United Launch Alliance
4.68 Vector
4.69 ViaSat
4.70 Virgin Galactic
4.71 VT iDirect

5. Satellite Service Market Analysis and Forecasts 2019 – 2024
5.1 Aggregate Global Satellite Services Market 2019 – 2024
5.2 Satellite Services Market by Antenna Type 2019 – 2024
5.3 Satellite Services by Fixed vs. Broadcast and Mobile 2019 – 2024
5.4 Satellite Services Market by Application 2019 – 2024
5.5 Satellite Services Market by Solution 2019 – 2024
5.6 Satellite Services by Consumer, Enterprise, Industrial, and Government 2019 – 2024
5.6.1 Satellite Communication and Internet Access Market by Business Type 2019 – 2024
5.7 Satellite Communication and Internet Access Market by Industry Vertical 2019 – 2024
5.8 Satellite Services Market by Component 2019 – 2024
5.8.1 Satellite Communication and Internet Access Market by Satellite Equipment 2019 – 2024
5.8.2 Satellite Communication and Internet Access Market by Satellite Frequency Band 2019 – 2024
5.9 Satellite Communication and Internet Access Market by Orbit Type 2019 – 2024
5.10 Satellite Communication and Internet Access Market by Region 2019 – 2024
5.11 Satellite Communication and Internet Access Market by IoT Applications 2019 – 2024
5.12 AI in Satellite Communication and Internet Access Market 2019 – 2024
5.13 North America Satellite Communications and Internet Access Market 2019 – 2024
5.14 South America Satellite Communications and Internet Access Market 2019 – 2024
5.15 Europe Satellite Communications and Internet Access Market 2019 – 2024
5.16 APAC Satellite Communications and Internet Access Market 2019 – 2024
5.17 MEA Satellite Communications and Internet Access Market 2019 – 2024

6. Satellites Market for 5G Applications and Services 2019 – 2024
6.1 Aggregated Global 5G Satellite Market 2019 – 2024
6.2 5G Satellites versus Terrestrial 2019 – 2024
6.2.1 Satellite Network Operator Provided 5G Market 2019 – 2024
6.2.2 Mobile Network Operator Provided 5G Market 2019 – 2024
6.3 Public vs. Private 5G Satellite Deployment 2019 – 2024
6.3.1 Private Network Deployment 2019 – 2024
6.3.1 Public Network Deployment 2019 – 2024
6.3.2 Private Network Deployment by Deployment Type 2019 – 2024
6.4 5G Satellite Market by Industry Vertical 2019 – 2024
6.5 5G Satellite Network Slicing 2019 – 2024
6.6 5G Satellites Market for Smart Cities 2019 – 2024
6.7 5G Satellites for Critical Communication Solutions 2019 – 2024
6.8 AI-Driven 5G Satellites Market 2019 – 2024
6.9 AI Data as a Service in 5G Satellites Market 2019 – 2024
6.10 Security Solutions for 5G Satellites Market 2019 – 2024
6.11 Blockchain in 5G Satellite Market 2019 – 2024
6.12 5G Satellite Regional Markets 2019 – 2024
6.12.1 North America 2019 – 2024
6.12.2 Europe 2019 – 2024
6.12.3 Asia Pacific 2019 – 2024
6.12.4 Latin America 2019 – 2024
6.12.5 Middle East and Africa 2019 – 2024

7. Conclusions and Recommendations

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