Our World of IoT Sector Map, first introduced in 2008, has been translated into many languages worldwide as a reference document. Now updated for the market today, it shows the 9 key business sectors where IoT applications abound, the application groups and application types within those sectors, and the devices – or ‘Things’ – typically connected at the network edge through which IoT services are offered to the market.
Challenges and Opportunities
How easy is it to move from a small IoT deployment to a large one? You may have a successful proof of concept project, but how best to grow that?
In our recent survey, 48% of respondents said that ‘Substantial Change’ is needed.
Managing Supply Chains Everywhere
Supply chains are vital for business yet under increasing pressure. Cargo theft costs businesses and consumers USD 35 billion a year in the US alone.
The IoT supported asset tracking market is expected to account for over 90% of all connected enterprise and industrial options by 2030.
Cellular connectivity is being extended at scale to include the delivery of trust for IoT data. Scalable IoT Cybersecurity. How to build on the success of worldwide IoT cellular connectivity to deliver trusted data?
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Processing data at the edge enables local control and automation. IoT at the Edge will transform IoT in enterprise operations – towards the Real Time Enterprise.
IoT at the Edge represents a step change in IoT and is reinforced by the introduction of 5G.
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Private Cellular Networking is set to become a key element in the growth of IoT in the enterprise.
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• 16 use cases across different application areas.
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Data is central to IoT applications, and the insights derived from them. New methods of data collection enable new insights for decision makers, aiming for better and faster outcomes.
Satellite IoT enables applications that are not feasible with terrestrial IoT alone and is a topic to watch as new networks and applications are launched.
No single technology addresses the diverse range of IoT use cases. There is no one size fits all.
Given the diversity of IoT deployments that isn’t possible. Instead for each technology there are various performance trade-offs such as range, power consumption and bandwidth.
Towards a continuum of healthcare across different care settings including general practice, acute care, community and social care, mental health, and hospice-based care. See the key healthcare sector challenges and how IoT is addressing these. Access current use cases via the interactive World of IoT map.
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Exploring key industrial sector challenges, how IoT is addressing these and access current use cases via the interactive World of IoT map.
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Silo solutions do not equate with one of the key benefits of insightful intelligence, the ability to share intelligence.
Intelligent infrastructure addresses those issues and constraints.