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Current state of the Russian M2M and IoT market in 2014-2018. According to data on public procurement in the Russian Federation

June 2019

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Current state of the Russian M2M and IoT market in 2014-2018. According to data on public procurement in the Russian Federation
Current state of the Russian M2M and IoT market in 2014-2018. According to data on public procurement in the Russian Federation
June 2019

Current state of the Russian M2M and IoT market in 2014-2018. According to data on public procurement in the Russian Federation

June 2019

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J'son & Partners Consulting has completed an analysis of public procurement in the Russian Federation. The purpose of this research was the Russian market of M2M and IoT in 2014-2018. This work has a lot in common with the previously released research by J'son & Partners Consulting which was devoted to cloud telemetry and general prospects of the M2M/IoT market. Details in the study “Russian M2M and IoT market. Results of 2017, forecast to 2022”.

 

Matrix approach to the calculation of the M2M and IoT market volume

 

The orthogonal model is used for correct calculation of the market volume. On one axis of the matrix there are functional segments (there are six), differing from each other in technological principles. On the other axis – there are industries in which these functional segments are being used. 10 such industry segments were selected for this model. Thus, it became possible to explore the functional and industrial clusters of the M2M and IoT market in a variety of combinations.

 

Volumes and dynamics of the procurement market as a whole in Russia, by years

 

During the period between 2014 and 2018 more than 30 thousand unique purchases were made (on average 6110 purchases per year) for the total sum of 430 billion rubles (on average 87 billion rubles per year). Over five years, the market dynamics has had a generally positive trend, but with one failure in 2017, the number of purchases during the study period increased by 27%, and the market growth in monetary terms amounted to 75%.

 

Functional segmentation in the market as a whole

 

The largest number of purchases in five years was made in the Physical Access Control System (PACS) and Navigation segments (33% and 19% respectively). The largest sums of money were spent in the "Remote control" segment (54% of the total market) and "Telemetry" which in its turn has numerous intersections with the Remote control segment.

 

Industry segmentation in the market as a whole

 

The three leaders in terms of both the number of purchases made and the costs are "Industry", "Transport" and "State management and security".

 

Parameters of the analytical report:

 

The report is provided in Russian in electronic form in pdf format.

This analytical report has 150 pages, 64 tables and 93 diagrams

 

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Detailed results of the study presented in the full version of the Report:

 

“Current state of the Russian M2M and IoT market in 2014-2018. According to data on public procurement in the Russian Federation”

 

Contents:

  1. Introduction          

1.1.    Objects of research and existing classifications of the M2M and IoT market           

1.1.1.  IoT terminology problem

1.1.1.1.        Classification of IoT by Harvard Business Review

1.1.1.2.        Classification of IoT by Intel

1.1.1.3.        Classification of IoT by IDC

1.1.1.4.        Landscape IoT scheme by Venture Scanner       

1.1.1.5.        The Internet of Things by MTT

1.1.2.  М2М vs IoT  

1.2.    Existing assessments of the Russian M2M and IoT market        

1.3.    Methodology of this study

1.3.1. Matrix approach to the calculation of the M2M and IoT market

1.3.2.  Functional segments

1.3.3.  Industry segments  

1.3.4.  Sections of the market

1.3.4.1.        Product section       

1.3.4.2.        Federal public procurement laws   

1.3.4.3.        Market section        

1.3.4.4.        Regional section

1.3.4.5.        Industry section      

1.3.4.6.        TOP 10 purchases by cost 

1.3.4.7.        Lead procurement customers       

1.3.5.  Procurement search 

1.3.6.  Consideration of the intersections 

1.3.7.  Assessment of the variability of the market       

1.3.7.1.        Achievement of the total market volume by a certain part      

1.3.7.2.        Average purchase price and median         line

  1. Generalized analysis of the M2M and IoT market  

2.1.    Volumes and dynamics of the procurement market in Russia as a whole, by years          

2.2.    Segmentation according to Federal public procurement laws   

2.3.    Procurement cost rating, the market in general

2.4.    Customer ratings on the number and cost of purchases, the market as a whole

2.5.    Functional segmentation in the market as a whole

2.6.    Industry segmentation in the market as a whole  

2.7.    Intersection of the segments   

  1. Functional analysis of the M2M and IoT market

3.1.    Telemechanic/Remote control

3.1.1.  General characteristic

3.1.2.  Market volume and dynamics       

3.1.1.  Product section       

3.1.2.  Federal public procurement laws   

3.1.3.  Market section        

3.1.4.  Regional section      

3.1.1.  TOP 10 purchases by cost 

3.1.2.  Lead procurement customers       

3.2.    Telemetry   

3.2.1.  General characteristic        

3.2.2.  Market volume and dynamics       

3.2.1.  Product section       

3.3.2.  Federal public procurement laws   

3.2.3.  Market section        

3.2.4.  Regional section      

3.2.1.  TOP 10 purchases by cost 

3.2.2.  Lead procurement customers

3.3.    Video systems       

3.3.1.  General characteristic        

3.3.2.  Market volume and dynamics       

3.3.1.  Product section       

3.3.2.  Federal public procurement laws   

3.3.3.  Market section        

3.3.4.  Regional section      

3.3.1.  TOP 10 purchases by cost 

3.3.2.  Lead procurement customers

3.4.    Smart systems      

3.4.1.  Entire market of smart M2M and IoT systems    

3.4.1.1.        General characteristic        

3.4.1.2.        Market volume and dynamics       

3.4.1.3.        Product section       

3.4.1.4.        Federal public procurement laws   

3.4.1.5.        Market section        

3.4.1.6.        Regional section      

3.4.1.7.        TOP 10 purchases by cost 

3.4.1.8.        Lead procurement customers                

3.4.2.  Smart city    

3.4.2.1.        Market volume and dynamics

3.4.2.1.        TOP 10 purchases by cost           

3.4.2.2.        Lead procurement customers

3.4.3.  Smart home

3.4.3.1.        Market volume and dynamics       

3.4.3.2.        TOP 10 purchases by cost 

3.4.3.3.        Lead procurement customers       

3.4.4.  Smart school

3.4.4.1.        Market volume and dynamics       

3.4.4.2.        TOP 10 purchases by cost 

3.4.4.3.        Lead procurement customers       

3.4.5.  Smart lighting

3.4.5.1.        Market volume and dynamics       

3.4.5.2.        TOP 10 purchases by cost 

3.4.5.3.        Lead procurement customers

3.4.6.  Smart heating

3.4.6.1.        Market volume and dynamics       

3.4.6.2.        TOP 10 purchases by cost 

3.4.6.3.        Lead procurement customers       

3.5.    Physical Access Control System (PACS)       

3.5.1.  General characteristics       

3.5.2.  Market volume and dynamics       

3.5.3.  Product section       

3.5.4.  Federal public procurement laws            

3.5.5.  Market section        

3.5.6.  Regional section      

3.5.7.  Industry section      

3.5.8.  TOP 10 purchases by cost 

3.5.9.  Lead procurement customers       

3.6.    Navigation  

3.6.1.  Entire M2M and IoT navigation market    

3.6.1.1.        General characteristics       

3.6.1.2.        Market volume and dynamics       

3.6.1.3.        Product section       

3.6.1.4.        Federal public procurement laws   

3.6.1.5.        Market section                 

3.6.1.6.        Regional section      

3.6.1.7.        Industry section      

3.6.1.8.        TOP 10 purchases by cost 

3.6.1.9.        Lead procurement customers       

3.6.2.  ERA-Glonass 

3.6.2.1.        Market volume and dynamics       

3.6.2.2.        Product section       

3.6.2.3.        TOP 10 purchases by cost 

3.6.2.4.        Lead procurement customers       

3.6.3.  Plato

3.6.3.1.        Market volume and dynamics       

3.6.3.2.        Product section

3.6.3.3.        TOP 10 purchases by cost           

3.6.3.4.        Lead procurement customers

  1. Analysis of the M2M and IoT market by business segments (reference material) 

4.1.    State management and security

4.2.    Industry

4.2.1.  Industry as a whole 

4.2.2.  Energy

4.2.3.  Mining and transportation   

4.2.4.  Construction

4.3.    Agriculture 

4.4.    Transport    

4.5.    Property and housing management   

4.6.    Ecology and meteorology           

4.7.    Science and education    

4.8.    Health care 

4.9.    Finance        

  1. Largest system integrators and suppliers of M2M/IoT equipment on the Russian market
  2. Findings       

 

List of tables

Table. 1. Estimates and forecasts of the Russian M2M and IoT market from various sources       

Table. 2. Functional segments and sub-segments         

Table. 3. Differences between the Federal laws for public procurement (fragment)  

Table. 4. Keywords used in the search (one fragment of the full table of keywords)

Table. 5. TOP 10 purchases in the market as a whole, 2014-2018      

Table. 6. TOP 10 customers by number of purchases, 2014-2018      

Table. 7. TOP 10 customers by cost of procurement, 2014-2018       

Table. 8. Number and value of purchases by sections, over the years

Table. 9. Number and value of purchases by business segments, over the years    

Table. 10. Errors when calculating the market volume because of intersections       

Table. 11. TOP 10 purchases in “Telemechanic”/“Remote control”     

Table. 12. TOP 10 customers by number of purchases in “Remote control”  

Table. 13. TOP 10 customers by cost of procurement in “Remote control”   

Table. 14. TOP 10 purchases in “Telemetry”      

Table. 15. TOP 10 customers by number of purchases in “Telemetry”

Table. 16. TOP 10 customers by cost of procurement in “Telemetry” 

Table. 17. TOP 10 purchases in “Video Systems”

Table. 18. TOP 10 customers by number of purchases in “Video Systems”   

Table. 19. TOP 10 customers by cost of procurement in “Video Systems”    

Table. 20. TOP 10 purchases in “Smart systems”

Table. 21. TOP 10 customers by number of purchases in “Smart systems”   

Table. 22. TOP 10 customers by cost of procurement in “Smart systems”    

Table. 23. TOP 10 purchases in the sub-segment “Safe city”   

Table. 24. TOP 10 customers by number of purchases in the sub-segment “Safe city”       

Table. 25. TOP 10 customers by cost of procurement in the sub-segment “Safe city”        

Table. 26. TOP 10 purchases in the sub-segment “Smart city” 

Table. 27. TOP 10 customers by number of purchases in the sub-segment “Smart city”     

Table. 28. TOP 10 customers by cost of procurement in the sub-segment “Smart city”      

Table. 29. TOP 10 purchases in the sub-segment “Smart home”

Table. 30. TOP 10 customers by number of purchases in the sub-segment “Smart home”  

Table. 31. TOP 10 customers by cost of procurement in the sub-segment “Smart home”   

Table. 32. TOP 10 purchases in the sub-segment “Smart school”       

Table. 33. TOP 10 customers by number of purchases in the sub-segment “Smart school” 

Table. 34. TOP 10 customers by cost of procurement in the sub-segment “Smart school”           

Table. 35. TOP 10 purchases in the sub-segment “Smart school”       

Table. 36. TOP 10 customers by number of purchases in the sub-segment “Smart school” 

Table. 37. TOP 10 customers by cost of procurement in the sub-segment “Smart school”  

Table. 38. TOP 10 purchases in the sub-segment “Smart heating”      

Table. 39. TOP 10 customers by number of purchases in the sub-segment “Smart heating”

Table. 40. TOP 10 customers by cost of procurement in the sub-segment “Smart heating” 

Table. 41. TOP 10 purchases in “PACS”   

Table. 42. TOP 10 customers by number of purchases in “PACS”       

Table. 43. TOP 10 customers by cost of procurement in “PACS”        

Table. 44. TOP 10 purchases in “Navigation”     

Table. 45. TOP 10 customers by number of purchases in “Navigation”

Table. 46. TOP 10 customers by cost of procurement in “Navigation”

Table. 47. TOP 10 purchases in the sub-segment “ERA-Glonass”        

Table. 48. TOP 10 customers by number of purchases in the sub-segment “ERA-Glonass”           

Table. 49. TOP 10 customers by cost of procurement in the sub-segment “ERA-Glonass”            

Table. 50. TOP 10 purchases in the sub-segment “Plato”        

Table. 51. Customers in the sub-segment "Plato", 2016-2018  

Table. 52. TOP 10 purchases in “State management and security”     

Table. 53. TOP 10 purchases in “Industry”

Table. 54. TOP 10 purchases in “Energy” 

Table. 55. TOP 10 purchases in “Mining and transportation”

Table. 56. TOP 10 purchases in “Construction”

Table. 57. TOP 10 purchases in “Agriculture”      

Table. 58. TOP 10 purchases in “Transport”      

Table. 59. TOP 10 purchases in “Property and housing management” 

Table. 60. TOP 10 purchases in “Ecology and meteorology”    

Table. 61. TOP 10 purchases in “Science and education”

Table. 62. TOP 10 purchases in “Healthcare”     

Table. 63. TOP 10 purchases in “Finance”

Table. 64. Performers of the TOP 20 largest purchases 

 

List of pictures

Pic. 1. Classification of IoT by Intel       

Pic. 2. Landscape IOT scheme by Venture Scanner      

Pic. 3. M2M and IoT market matrix         

Pic. 4. Two types of procurement relief   

Pic. 5. Volume and dynamics of the market as a whole 

Pic. 6. Segmentation according to Federal laws of public procurement, 2014-2018   

Pic. 7. Functional segmentation, 2014-2018       

Pic. 8. Industry segmentation, 2014-2018

Pic. 9. Volume and dynamics of the “Remote control” segment

Pic. 10. Product section in the “Remote control” segment, 2014-2018 

Pic. 11. Federal laws for public procurement in the “Remote control” segment, 2014-2018  

Pic. 12. Market section in the “Remote control” segment, 2014-2018  

Pic. 13. Regional section in the “Remote control” segment, 2014-2018

Pic. 14. Industry section in the “Remote control” segment, 2014-2018

Pic. 15. Volume and dynamics of the market in the “Telemetry” segment     

Pic. 16. Product section in the “Telemetry” segment, 2014-2018        

Pic. 17. Federal laws for public procurement in the “Telemetry” segment, 2014-2018

Pic. 18. Market section in the “Telemetry” segment, 2014-2018

Pic. 19. Regional section in the “Telemetry” segment, 2014-2018       

Pic. 20. Industry section in the “Telemetry” segment, 2014-2018       

Pic. 21. Market volume and dynamics in the “Video systems” segment

Pic. 22. Product section in the “Video systems” segment, 2014-2018  

Pic. 23. Federal laws for public procurement in the “Video systems” segment, 2014-2018   

Pic. 24. Market section in the “Video systems” segment, 2014-2018   

Pic. 25. Regional section in the “Video systems” segment", 2014-2018

Pic. 26. Industry section in the “Video systems” segment, 2014-2018 

Pic. 27. Volume and dynamics of the market in the “Smart systems” segment        

Pic. 28. Structure of the “Smart systems” segment       

Pic. 29. Product section in the “Smart systems” segment, 2014-2018  

Pic. 30. Segmentation according to the Federal laws for public procurement in the “Smart systems” segment, 2014-2018    

Pic. 31. Market section in the “Smart systems” segment, 2014-2018   

Pic. 32. Regional section in the “Smart systems” segment, 2014-2018 

Pic. 33. Industry section in the “Smart systems” segment, 2014-2018 

Pic. 34. Volume and dynamics of the market in the sub-segment “Safe city”  

Pic. 35. Product section in the sub-segment “Safe city”, 2014-2018     

Pic. 36. Volume and dynamics of the market in the sub-segment “Safe city”  

Pic. 37. Volume and dynamics of the market in the sub-segment “Smart home”      

Pic. 38. Volume and dynamics of the market in the “Smart school” segment 

Pic. 39. Volume and dynamics of the market in the “Smart lighting” segment 

Pic. 40. Volume and dynamics of the market in the “Smart heating” segment

Pic. 41. Volume and dynamics of the market in the “PACS” segment   

Pic. 42. Product section in the “PACS” segment, 2014-2018      

Pic. 43. Segmentation according to the Federal laws for public procurement in the “PACS” segment, 2014-2018        

Pic. 44. Market section in the “PACS” segment, 2014-2018      

Pic. 45. Regional section in the “PACS” segment, 2014-2018    

Pic. 46. Industry section in the “PACS” segment, 2014-2018     

Pic. 47. Volume and dynamics of the market in the “Navigation” segment

Pic. 48. Structure of the “Navigation” segment   

Pic. 49. Product section in the “Navigation” segment, 2014-2018        

Pic. 50. Segmentation according to the Federal laws for public procurement in the “Navigation” segment, 2014-2018    

Pic. 51. Market section in the “Navigation” segment, 2014-2018         

Pic. 52. Regional section in the “Navigation” segment, 2014-2018       

Pic. 53. Industry section in the “Navigation” segment, 2014-2018       

Pic. 54. Market volume and dynamics in the sub-segment “ERA-Glonass”      

Pic. 55. Product section  in the sub-segment “ERA-Glonass”, 2014-2018        

Pic. 56. Volume and dynamics of the market in the sub-segment “Plato”      

Pic. 57. Product section in the sub-segment “Plato”, 2014-2018

Pic. 58. Volume and dynamics of the branch

Pic. 59. Market section of "State management and security" by functional segments, 2014-2018   

Pic. 60. Shares of functional segments in "State management and security", 2014-2018      

Pic. 61. Volume and dynamics of the branch

Pic. 62. Market section of “Industry” by functional segments, 2014-2018      

Pic. 63. Shares of functional segments in “Industry”, 2014-2018         

Pic. 64. Volume and dynamics of the branch

Pic. 65. Market section of “Energy” by functional segments, 2014-2018        

Pic. 66. Shares of functional segments in the energy sector, 2014-2018        

Pic. 67. Volume and dynamics of the branch      

Pic. 68. Market section of "Mining and transportation of minerals" by functional segments, 2014-2018     

Pic. 69. Shares of functional segments in the mining and transportation industry, 2014-2018         

Pic. 70. Volume and dynamics of the branch      

Pic. 71. Market section of "Construction" by functional segments, 2014-2018

Pic. 72. Shares of functional segments in the construction industry, 2014-2018        

Pic. 73. Volume and dynamics of the branch      

Pic. 74. Market section of “Agriculture” by functional segments, 2014-2018   

Pic. 75. Shares of functional segments in agriculture, 2014-2018        

Pic. 76. Volume and dynamics of the branch      

Pic. 77. Market section of "Transport", 2014-2018        

Pic. 78. Shares of functional segments in the transport industry, 2014-2018   

Pic. 79. Volume and dynamics of the branch      

Pic. 80. Market section of “Property and housing management” by functional segments, 2014-2018

Pic. 81. Shares of functional segments in "Property and housing management" 2014-2018  

Pic. 82. Volume and dynamics of the branch

Pic. 83. Market section of "Ecology and meteorology" by functional segments, 2014-2018  

Pic. 84. Shares of functional segments in "Ecology and meteorology", 2014-2018    

Pic. 85. Volume and dynamics of the branch      

Pic. 86. Market section of "Science and education" by functional segments, 2014-2018

Pic. 87. Shares of functional segments in "Science and education", 2014-2018

Pic. 88. Volume and dynamics of the branch      

Pic. 89. Market section of “Healthcare” by functional segments, 2014-2018   

Pic. 90. Shares of functional segments in healthcare industry, 2014-2018      

Pic. 91. Volume and dynamics of the branch      

Pic. 92. Market section of the Finance industry market by functional segments, 2014-2018 

Pic. 93. Shares of functional segments in the Finance industry, 2014-2018