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CCID Consulting: Review on China’s Internet of Things Industry in 2011

As one of China’s key emerging industries of strategic importance, the Internet of things industry consists of the support layer, the perception layer, the transfer layer, the platform layer and the application layer, mainly applied in fields like intelligent industry, intelligent logistics, and intelligent transportation.

In 2011, the output value of China's IoT industry exceeded RMB260 billion, wherein the support layer, the perception layer, the transfer layer, the platform layer and the application layer respectively contributed 2.7%, 22.0%, 33.1%, 37.5% and 4.7%. The perception layer and transport layer, involving the largest number of vendors, boasted the most intensive competition in the IoT industry.

In 2011, the major application fields of IoT were intelligent industry, intelligent logistics, intelligent transportation, smart grid, intelligent medical treatment, intelligent agriculture and intelligent environmental protection.

Currently, China's IoT industry has formed four clusters in the Bohai Rim Area, the Yangtze River Delta, the Pearl River Delta and the Midwest Region.

Figure 1 Map of China's IoT Industry in 2011

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Source: CCID Consulting, February 2012

As an important base for research & development, design, equipment manufacturing and system integration of China's IoT industry, the Bohai Rim Area has formed a full-fledged industry development system.

Figure 2 Overview of IoT Industry Development in Bohai Rim Area

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Source: CCID Consulting, February 2012

As the origin of China’s IoT technology and applications, Yangtze River Delta has gathered a cluster of IoT enterprises, focusing on high-end segments of the industry chain.

Figure 3 Overview of IoT Industry Development in Yangtze River Delta

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Source: CCID Consulting, February 2012

The Pearl River Delta is an essential manufacturing base for China's electronic equipment, focusing on IoT-related equipment manufacturing, software and system integration, network operation and application demonstration.

Figure 4 Overview of IoT Industry Development in Pearl River Delta.

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Source: CCID Consulting, February 2012

Leveraging its RFID, chip design, sensor drive, automatic control, network communication and processing, software and information service capabilities, China’s Midwest Region is engaged in accelerating various IoT application demonstration projects.

Figure 5 Overview of IoT Industry Development in Midwest Region

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Source: CCID Consulting, February 2012

Recently, the following new trends have emerged in China's IoT industry:

First, resources will continue to gather in well-developed areas: the strong will get stronger. The existing clusters in the Yangtze River Delta, Bohai Rim Area and the Pearl River Delta will continue to boast intensively-located enterprises, multiple research and development institutions and a sound industrial atmosphere.

Second, hotspot areas are emerging constantly: the landscape of China’s IoT industry will see an expansion. With a wide coverage and its close combination with applications, China’s IoT industry will enjoy further development in a broader area. Besides key provinces and cities mentioned above, cities like Tianjin, Kunming and Ningbo will also focus on the development of the IoT industry.

Third, regional division of labor will become clearer: vertical and horizontal cooperation will take shape in China’s IoT industry. On the whole, regions with solid industrial foundations will focus on their advantaged areas including the support layer, the perception layer, the transfer layer and platform layer, while tier-2 and tier-3 cities are more likely to focus on the development of the application layer in different areas.

About CCID Consulting Co., Ltd.

CCID Consulting Co., Ltd., the first Chinese consulting firm listed in the Growth Enterprise Market (GEM) of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (HKSE: 08235) and the first consulting firm which gets ISO 9001 international and national quality management system standard certification, is directly affiliated to China Center for Information Industry Development (hereinafter known as CCID Group). Headquartered in Beijing, CCID Consulting has so far set up branch offices in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xi’an, Wuhan and Nanjing with over 300 professional consultants. The company’s business scope has covered over 200 large and medium-sized cities in China. CCID Consulting provides customers with public policy establishment, industry competitiveness upgrade, development strategy and planning, marketing strategy and research, HR management, IT programming and management services, investment and financing, and M&A. The company's customers range from government departments at all levels and diversified industrial parks, to industrial users in strategic emerging industries in new generation information technology, energy saving and environmental protection, biological science and technology, high-end equipment manufacturing, new materials, and new energy. CCID Consulting commits itself to become the No. 1 advisor for urban economy, the No.1 consultancy for enterprise management, and the No. 1 brand for informatization consulting in China.

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