Exclusive Report: IoT trends and predictions from 6 IoT leaders

“We can only guess at what IoT entrepreneurs will come up with once they have access to data from trillions of devices capturing rich data on every aspect of our lives and businesses. But it’s likely to be an even bigger wave of innovation than the internet unleashed.” – Nick Earle, CEO, Eseye. IoT is evolving at an exponential pace – driven by key innovators who are pushing the boundaries of what is possible. Hear from 6 of these innovators on what trends they are seeing and their predictions about what the future of IoT holds for organisations in this free to download exclusive report. In the special report you will gain the insights on IoT trends and IoT predictions from the following contributors: – Tony Shakib, IoT Business Acceleration Leader, Microsoft Azure – Dr. Miroslaw Ryba, Global IoT Leader, EY – Andreas Haegele, VP of IoT, Thales – Josef Brunner, CEO, Relayr – Peter van der Fluit, Principal, Chasm Group – Nick Earle, Chairman & CEO, Eseye Download as a PDF

Forrester Report: Internet Of Things Heat Maps For Operational Excellence In 2021

Deploy IoT Use Cases That Bring Value To Your Company Operations A fragmented array of internet-of-things (IoT) solutions enhance enterprise operational efficiency across vertical markets. IoT use cases focus on generic functions across most enterprises but are also highly specialized for verticals. As we emerge from the pandemic in 2021, use cases addressing supply chain management and environmental monitoring will have renewed relevance. Infrastructure and operations (I&O) executives must collaborate with their business partners to identify IoT use case priorities and deployment momentum across the organization. Download this report to learn more about: – The key role infrastructure and operations executives play in enabling business-led IoT use cases – Who the critical stakeholders are that need to be engaged in the evaluation process – The impact of IoT use case deployment on processes and skills Download as a PDF

ABI Research Report – Tomorrow’s Smart Connected Products Require Smarter Connectivity Services Today

At the end of 2020, 6.6 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices will be connected and active worldwide; 840 million of them will use cellular networks, which is just under 8% of the total. At the end of 2014, there were 180 million cellular IoT devices active worldwide, and that number increased by over 4.5X in the 6 intervening years. In another 6 years’ time, we will witness a further near-7X growth in cellular IoT devices, bringing the global total to 5.7 billion. More smart devices are being deployed, and more types of device are becoming smart. All IoT applications are variations of either asset tracking (i.e., “where is something?”) or condition-based monitoring (i.e., “how is something?”), in combination with use case-specific characteristics that distinguish them as markets in their own right. Applications can be thematically grouped by similarity and significance into: metering, tracking/location, smart home, monitoring, smart cities, and a long-tail selection of “others.” Monitoring has consistently accounted for between a third and a quarter of all cellular IoT connections, strongly driven by automotive applications that include: Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) telematics, aftermarket telematics, and fleet management. Yet, this stalwart will account for less than 10% by 2026. Download Read more about ABI Research Report – Tomorrow’s Smart Connected Products Require Smarter Connectivity Services Today[…]