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.
How to ensure a successful IoT solution?
This new 100+ page report provides many insights on this from those who are making IoT solutions succeed on the ground – business users and IoT solution providers.
This report is free to download and is essential reading for anyone involved in building an IoT solution for their organization.
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New free report explores how IoT is making real improvements to patient outcomes and healthcare service performance.
The report identifies 6 key segments covering the lifecycle of a patient’s treatment journey where IoT is having positive impact and explores the benefits being seen across these segments.
Can Industrial IoT really improve manufacturing operations?
The key benefits are addressed in this new 90+ page free report through interviews, survey, use cases and much more across all key segments in manufacturing operations
A study conducted by Beecham Research on behalf of the MulteFire Alliance (MFA) confirms that 5G Private Networks (5G PNs) operating in unlicensed spectrum now offer significant opportunities for port automation in the Maritime sector.
Enterprise IoT has the proven ability to increase operational efficiency, improve performance, and enhance operational agility. The overall result is a boost to a company’s competitive offer and its bottom line.
The number of Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) in Europe is expected to rocket to nearly 20% of all vehicles in use by 2025.
Deploying network slicing enables connectivity to be customised to match the performance requirements of different applications and use cases.