NB-IoT: See Just How Broad the Opportunities Are

 There are many more “things” in the world that are stationary or not in constant motion than those that are moving. The vast majority of the many billions of stationary things that have the ability to create data are nevertheless not connected to the Internet. 


As a result, that data is lost and not converted into useful information having value and therefore able to generate revenue, however small. 

The main reason why these many stationary things have not been connected is essentially down to cost versus the perceived benefit. This is what NB-IoT and other LPWA technologies have been designed to address. As a result, the many billions of connected things that are often predicted for IoT are most likely to come from LPWA technologies in general, and NB-IoT in particular. 

For each of the 8 sectors included in our new chart, several application examples are identified. At the outer edge, over 70 different types of connected assets are also identified and there are many more possibilities. The sheer number of applications for NB-IoT suggests a much greater potential for the total number of connections than those for existing cellular technologies. 

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