Dec 2018 - Taxonomy - Doc # US43444019
IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Smart Cities Spending Guide Taxonomy, 1H18
By: Serena Da RoldProgram Manager, Customer Insights & Analysis, Ruthbea YesnerVice President, IDC Government Insights and Smart Cities, Alison Brooks, Ph.D.Research Director, Smart Cities Strategies, Public Safety, Mark ZannoniResearch Director, Nigel WallisResearch Vice President, IoT and Industries, Meng CongResearch Analyst, Measurement and Forecasting, Jan AlexaResearch Manager, Neli VachevaResearch Manager, European Industry Solutions, Customer Insights & Analysis, Akira MuranishiResearch Manager, IT Spending, IDC Japan, Roberto MembrilaAnalyst, ROC, Latin America, Jebin GeorgeProgram Manager, Insights, MEA, Eman ElshewySenior Research Analyst, Jonathan LeungSenior Market Analyst, Henry YanSenior Research Manager, Chris PennellResearch Director, IDC Government Insights, Andrea SivieroResearch Manager, European Industry Solutions, Customer Insights & Analysis
This IDC study is designed as a companion piece for IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Smart Cities Spending Guide and provides a detailed description of the taxonomy, definitions, and methodology supporting IDC's Smart Cities research globally. The approach and structure described provide a framework to better understand Smart City trends and can help both technology suppliers and end-user organizations in planning activities and strategy definition.
"IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Smart Cities Spending Guide coverage continues to grow. In this release, we expanded details by technology, analyzed five additional use cases, and covered over 100 cities," said Serena Da Rold, program manager, IDC's Customer Insights and Analysis group. "The new release of the taxonomy provides a valuable guide to map IDC's new forecasts to the global context of digital transformation within cities."
Executive Information , Worldwide Semiannual Smart Cities Spending Guide
3D printer, Analytic applications, Augmented and virtual reality, Global IT and economic markets, IT consulting services, Infrastructure as a service, Internet of things, Robotics, Systems integration services, Video surveillance