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Internet of Things

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Market Study
Published: October 2015
Pages: 98
Research from: iDate
Sector: Information & Communications Technology

From: GBP 2307.00
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A key pillar for digital transformation
Within this new study we provide a clear definition of the Internet of Things (IoT) concept in structuring genuinely its related markets. We also identify the main drivers for a quick market adoption and stress out why the IoT concept will be an ever more disruptive element in the current ICT ecosystem, highlighting impacts for traditional players and of new entrants.
Furthermore, the report provides its readers with analyses -quanti- and qualitative - of a selection of IoT markets accompanied by detailed growth prospective from now until 2025.

Figures & Forecasts (2013-2025) are available in the report and its dedicated dataset , for the markets and industries as indicated below:
Markets
• World consolidated • North America • Latin America • Europe • APAC
Industries
• Utilities • Automobile • M2M electronics • Consumer electronics • Pharmaceutical • Healthcare • Wearables • Smart city • Transport • Security • Commerce • Smart home • Livestock • Pets • Textile


List of players reviewed

Among the players reviewed or mentioned in this report are:

• 7Layers
• Abertis
• Adidas
• ADT
• Aerea
• Air Liquide
• Airbus
• Alphabet (formerly Google)
• Amazon
• Apple
• Arqiva
• AT&T
• Atos
• Axa
• Axeda
• Belkin (WeMo)
• BitGym
• Bosch
• Cinterion
• Cisco
• Danalock
• Deutsche Telekom
• Discovery Vitality
• Electrolux
• Elgato
• Endomendo
• Engie (formerly GDF Suez)
• Ericsson
• Fitbit
• FuelBand
• Gamin
• GE
• Gemalto
• HCL Technologies
• HTC
• Huawei
• IBM
• ILS
• INDUSTRIE 4.0
• Ingenu (formerly On-Ramp Wireless)
• Insteon
• Intel
• Jasper
• Jawbone
• LG
• Libelium
• LIFX
• Linux Foundation
• LoRa
• M2ocity
• Measurement Specialities
• MyFox
• NarrowNet
• Nest
• Netatmo
• NETTROTTER
• Neul
• NEXT
• Nike
• Nphase
• NTT DOCOMO Ventures
• Okidokeys
• OMA
• Orange
• Panasonic
• Partners HealthCare
• Pebble
• Philips
• Pivotal
• POST Luxembourg
• Qualcomm
• RMS.lu
• RTI
• Runkeeper
• Runtastic
• Samsung
• Senaptic
• SensorLogic
• Sharp
• Siemens
• Sierra Wireless
• SIGFOX
• SimCom
• SK Telecom
• SoftBank
• Vodafone
• Sony
• Suunto
• TE Connectivity
• Telefónica
• Telia
• Telit
• Telstra
• Thingworx
• Tieto
• TIM
• Time Warner Cable
• Timex
• T-Mobile
• Verizon
• Whirlpool
• Withings
• Xiamo
• ZigBee
• Z-Wav
 

Slideshow's contents

Scope & main trends
 • Internet of Things: Scope
 • IoT specific networking technologies: LPWA as a complement to cellular
 • Middleware: Ongoing standardization
 • IoT as a key pillar of digital transformation of verticals
 • IoT value chains
 • IoT value chains: main positionings

Emerging concepts
 • Towards a new IoT segmentation
 • Industrial Internet set to accelerate servicisation as well as internal optimization
 • Smart home still raising many questions
 • Bulk of revenues coming from IT/software services
 • Adoption of wearables and connected objects is suffering from lack of services

Market estimates
 • Strong but heterogeneous growth of IoT markets
 • Strong disparities among verticals
 • Focus on selected fast-growing verticals
 • Beyond IoO technologies, cellular will be key
 
Dataset structure

Markets and forecasts 2013-2025 by region and by vertical

• Connected installed base (in million units)

Verticals covered
• Utilities
• Automobile
• M2M
• Consumer Electronics
• Pharmaceutical
• Healthcare
• Wearables
• Smart city
• Transport
• Security
• Commerce
• Smart home
• Livestock
• Pets
• Textile

Geographical zones
• World
• North America
• Europe
• Asia Pacific
• Latin America

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