Worldwide Internet of Things (IoT) Market

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  • Region: Global
  • 286 Pages
  • Venn Research Inc
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Industries Like Manufacturing, Transportation, Media & Entertainment Etc. Are Having Some of the Highest IoT Spend As a Percentage of Their Annual Revenue

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What Report Covers:
This is one of the comprehensive research report published on Internet of Things (IoT). Within this research report, we have covered the building blocks (architecture, technologies, applications, and security) of IoT ecosystem, adoption of M2M by technologies, application areas and verticals, market drivers and challenges around M2M, and market size of internet of things endpoints, services, and platforms markets, soaring concern around security among the customers.

This report has an in-depth focus on vertical view for the 13 verticals:
- Current and future IoT spending
- IoT Budget Allocation
- Key IoT Application Areas within verticals
- Improvement Areas and Success Path

The report also touch upon the IoT market pulse in major economies like US, UK, Germany, japan, China, and India etc. coverage includes the various regulatory and government initiatives taken to boost the IoT adoption to create a Smart and Digital Nation.

Another important aspect of IoT Industry which this report covers is the role of IT Services and niche players and the speeding race to create intellectual property around IoT solutions. It also equips IoT customers, partners and vendors with the key considerations while estimating the IoT initiative budgets and a checklist on how to select a right IoT platform.

Key Market Dynamics
The vision of the internet of things is that individual objects of everyday life such as cars, roadways, pacemakers, wirelessly connected pill-shaped cameras in digestive tracks, smart billboards which adjust to the passersby, refrigerators, or even cattle can be equipped with sensors that can track useful information about these objects.

As market players compete to realize the huge economic potential offered by the Internet of Things, we have seen a flurry of M&A activity in this domain. Google’s $3 billion plus acquisition of Nest, and Qualcomm’s $2.5 billion acquisition of CSR are the biggest transactions in this domain yet.

Industries are majorly spending on monitoring their supply chain, premises, products and customers. There is a huge wave of variance across the vertical industries when it comes to IoT adoption. Industries like manufacturing, transportation, media & entertainment etc. are having some of the highest IoT Spend as a percentage of their annual revenue.
While Service Providers are best positioned to build out horizontal platforms for IoT that is not enough for an end-to-end offering in a specific vertical. IoT will require specialized vertical services based on the market being addressed.

On other hand, security demand in the IoT age surpass and impact conventional categories of IT security, physical security and IT/operational technology (OT) security. IoT security now signifies how the various strata’s of security must work simultaneously to secure data, protect devices and users, and provide a privacy, transparency and secure experience.

Who Should Read The Report
- IoT Business Unit and Department Heads
- Outsourcing, and Global Business Services Leaders
- Procurement Professionals, and Sourcing Managers

What You’ll Know After Reading
The report discusses how vast is IoT ecosystem and playing a pivotal role in evolution of a Digital world and creating immense opportunities for governments, customers, partners and vendors. Readers will be able to identify a relevant section which addresses some of the very basic and typical questions which they face while trying to grapple around the opportunities thrown at them by IoT.

Service Providers We Discuss
We have covered following players in this report covering their key IoT products and services, acquisitions, partnerships, and SWOT analysis.
- Accenture
- Atos
- Cognizant
- Dell Technologies
- IBM
- Infosys
- Tata Consultancy Services
- Unisys Corp. and many more.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Accenture
  • Bosch
  • Cognizant
  • Ericsson
  • Schneider
  • Sony
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1. Internet of Things (IoT) -Building Blocks of the Ecosystem
1.1. Internet of Things (IoT) Architecture
1.2. Internet of Things (IoT) Technologies
1.3. Internet of Things (IoT) Applications
1.4. Security and IoT
1.5. Features of Internet of Things (IoT)

2. Worldwide Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Market
2.1. Quick Glance
2.2. Overview
2.3. M2M Adoption
2.4. Worldwide M2M Connections, Geographic Breakdown
2.5. M2M Connections By Application Areas
2.6. M2M Connectivity Technologies
2.7. M2M Telco Players
2.8. M2M Adoption By Verticals
2.9. M2M Per-Device Usage Growth
2.10. Market Drivers
2.11. Market Challenges
2.12. Emerging Business Internet of Things (IoT) Models
2.13. Evolving Partners Internet of Things (IoT) Ecosystem

3. Worldwide Internet of Things (IoT) Market, 2020
3.1. Worldwide Sensors/Actuators Market
3.2. Number of Internet of Things (IoT) Devices
3.3. Worldwide Internet of Things (IoT) Market Installed Base and Revenues, By Geography Breakdown
3.4. Worldwide Internet of Things (IoT) - Endpoints Forecast, 2015
3.5. Worldwide Internet of Things (IoT) - Services Forecast, 2015
3.6. Internet of Things (IoT) Platforms Market
3.7. Choosing the Right Internet of Things (IoT) platform to build an IoT solution

4. Internet of Things (IoT) Adoption by Verticals
4.1. Automotive
4.1.1. Current and Future IoT Spending
4.1.2. IoT Budget Allocation
4.1.3. IoT Usage Areas in Automotive Industry
4.1.4. Improvement Areas and Path to Success - 2015 and 2020
4.2. Banking and Financial Services (BFS)
4.2.1. Current and Future IoT Spending
4.2.2. IoT Budget Allocation
4.2.3. IoT Usage Areas in Banking and Financial Services (BFS) Industry
4.2.4. Improvement Areas and Path to Success - 2015 and 2020
4.3. Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG)
4.3.1. Current and Future IoT Spending
4.3.2. IoT Budget Allocation
4.3.3. IoT Usage Areas in Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) industry
4.3.4. Improvement Areas and Path to Success - 2015 and 2020
4.4. Energy
4.4.1. Current and Future IoT Spending
4.4.2. IoT Budget Allocation
4.4.3. IoT Usage Areas in High Tech Industry
4.4.4. Improvement Areas and Path to Success - 2015 and 2020
4.5. Healthcare and Life Sciences
4.5.1. Current and Future IoT Spending
4.5.2. IoT Budget Allocation
4.5.3. IoT Usage Areas in Health and Life Sciences Industry
4.5.4. Improvement Areas and Path to Success - 2015 and 2020
4.6. High Tech
4.6.1. Current and Future IoT Spending
4.6.2. IoT Budget Allocation
4.6.3. IoT Usage Areas in High Tech Industry
4.6.4. Improvement Areas and Path to Success - 2015 and 2020
4.7. Industrial Manufacturing
4.7.1. Current and Future IoT Spending
4.7.2. IoT Budget Allocation
4.7.3. IoT Usage Areas in Industrial Manufacturing Industry
4.7.4. Improvement Areas and Path to Success - 2015 and 2020
4.8. Insurance
4.8.1. Current and Future IoT Spending
4.8.2. IoT Budget Allocation
4.8.3. IoT Usage Areas in Insurance Industry
4.8.4. Improvement Areas and Path to Success - 2015 and 2020
4.9. Media and Entertainment
4.9.1. Current and Future IoT Spending
4.9.2. IoT Budget Allocation
4.9.3. IoT Usage Areas in Media and Entertainment Industry
4.9.4. Improvement Areas and Path to Success - 2015 and 2020
4.10. Retail
4.10.1. Current and Future IoT Spending
4.10.2. IoT Budget Allocation
4.10.3. IoT Usage Areas in Retail Industry
4.10.4. Improvement Areas and Path to Success - 2015 and 2020
4.11. Telecommunications
4.11.1. Current and Future IoT Spending
4.11.2. IoT Budget Allocation
4.11.3. IoT Usage Areas in Telecommunications Industry
4.11.4. Improvement Areas and Path to Success - 2015 and 2020
4.12. Travel, Transportation, and Hospitality
4.12.1. Current and Future IoT Spending
4.12.2. IoT Budget Allocation
4.12.3. IoT Usage Areas in Travel, Transportation and Hospitality Industry
4.12.4. Improvement Areas and Path to Success - 2015 and 2020
4.13. Utilities
4.13.1. Current and Future IoT Spending
4.13.2. IoT Budget Allocation
4.13.3. IoT Usage Areas in Utilities Industry
4.13.4. Improvement Areas and Path to Success - 2015 and 2020

5. Country InSights
5.1. China
5.1.1. Smart Cities
5.1.2. Telecom Players Showing Interest
5.1.2.1. China Mobile
5.1.2.2. China Telecom
5.1.2.3. China Unicom
5.1.3. Wearables
5.1.3.1. Tracking Your Nearest and Dearest
5.1.3.2. Fitness Tracking - Fitness Bands
5.1.4. Connected Cars Accelerate
5.1.4.1. Role of Mobile Operators
5.1.5. Electric Bicycles
5.1.6. Connectivity Challenges
5.1.7. Competition Brewing Up
5.1.8. Hub for IoT Manufacturing
5.1.9. Internet Plus
5.2. Germany
5.2.1. High-Tech Strategy 2020
5.2.2. High-Tech Strategy 2020 Action Plan
5.2.3. Embedded Systems Market in Germany
5.2.4. Cyber Physical-Systems (CPS) 2020 in Germany
5.2.5. ICT 2020: Research for Innovations - It Systems For Industrie 4.0
5.2.6. Autonomics for INDUSTRIE 4.0
5.2.7. RES-COM
5.2.8. Recent Developments
5.2.8.1. SIGFOX Adding Germany to Internet of Things Network, Connecting World’s 4th-largest Economy and Central Europe
5.2.8.2. Bosch is building its own Internet of Things cloud network
5.2.8.3. SAP and Vodafone Advance Internet of Things Platform Momentum
5.3. India
5.3.1. IoT Policy 2015
5.3.2. Vertical Specific Opportunities
5.3.2.1. Smart Cities
5.3.2.2. Agriculture
5.3.2.3. Healthcare
5.3.2.4. Manufacturing
5.3.3. Recent Developments
5.3.3.1. Andhra Pradesh okay’s Internet of Things policy
5.3.3.2. Amway teams up with Microsoft for digitally-enabled experience centres in India
5.3.3.3. Wipro, Schneider to develop smart city solutions
5.3.3.4. IoT centre in Bengaluru will start operations from April 2016
5.3.3.5. First phase of Kerala's SmartCity project inaugurated
5.4. Japan
5.4.1. Wearables Market
5.4.2. Recent Developments
5.4.2.1. Sony to expand Internet of Things business
5.4.2.2. Mazak Building IoT-Ready Manufacturing Plant in Japan
5.4.2.3. Japan seeks Indian investments under IoT initiative
5.4.2.4. INUPATHY, a Japanese IoT wearable to help you understand your dog’s feelings
5.4.2.5. VIA and Japan Taxi Unveil Smart IoT Mobility System
5.4.2.6. Measuring Movement - wearables for cows
5.4.2.7. Promotion of remote medicare to boost smart wearables in Japan
5.5. Singapore
5.5.1. Smart Nation
5.5.2. Smart Logistics
5.5.3. Smart Homes
5.5.4. Smart Health-Assist
5.5.5. Recent Developments
5.5.5.1. Singtel, Ericsson to test new Internet of Things technology
5.5.5.2. Microsoft teams up with Singapore in new Internet of Things project
5.5.5.3. Dell opens Singapore lab to tap IoT growth in APAC
5.5.5.4. Singapore investors lead $45M funding in IoT firm
5.6. South Korea
5.6.1. Internet of Things (IoT) Demand going Up
5.6.2. Recent Developments
5.6.2.1. SK Telecom to build nationwide IoT network
5.6.2.2. PLK selects Telit GNSS IoT Module for Advanced Driver Assistance System Product
5.7. United States
5.7.1. Recent Developments
5.7.1.1. IoT users could win with a new bill in the US Senate

6. Emergence of New Business Models with IoT and Future Outlook
6.1. Future Outlook - 2020

7. Key Internet of Things (IoT) Enabling Technologies

8. Internet of Things (IoT) Security - a Soaring Concern

9. Opportunities and Approaches for IT Service Players towards Internet of Things (IoT)
9.1. Current State of Play
9.2. What Should Service Providers Do?
9.2.1. Focus on Key Industries
9.2.2. Understand the Total Addressable Market (TAM) of Key Industries
9.2.3. Create IoT Services
9.2.4. Build Core Set of Horizontal Capabilities
9.2.5. Partnership Strategy for Industries
9.2.6. Service Integration Capabilities to Implement Large Scale Offerings

10. Budget Estimation of Internet of Things (IoT) Initatives

11. Internet of Things (IoT) Implementation in Manufacturing Industry
11.1. Market Drivers
11.2. Market Challenges
11.3. Internet of Things (IoT) Application Areas within Manufacturing Industry
11.3.1. Smart Manufacturing
11.3.2. Connected Supply Chain
11.3.3. Connected Products
11.4. Key Recommendations

12. Patent Analysis within Internet of Things (IoT)
12.1. Overview
12.2. Patent Landscape
12.3. Top Assignees
12.4. Patent Positioning by Market Players
12.4.1. Licensing Map

13. Internet of Things (IoT) Services Competitive Landscape
13.1. Accenture
13.2. Atos
13.3. Cognizant
13.4. Dell Technologies
13.5. IBM
13.6. Infosys
13.7. Tata Consultancy Services
13.8. Unisys Corp.

14. Emerging Players in Internet of Things (IoT) Market
14.1. Axiros
14.2. Ayla Networks
14.3. Concirrus
14.4. Sansa Security
14.5. Sigfox

List of Figures

Figure 1: 7 Layers of Internet of Things (IoT)
Figure 2: High-Level Architecture for IoT
Figure 3: IoT Architectural Role: Things
Figure 4: IoT Architectural Role: Gateways
Figure 5: IoT Architectural Role: Smartphones
Figure 6: IoT Architectural Role: The Cloud
Figure 7: IoT Architectural Role: Enterprise
Figure 8: Selecting an Architectural Role Will Depend on Four Main Criteria
Figure 9: IoT Technologies
Figure 10: IoT Information Flow Loop
Figure 11: Typical Data Aggregation Process
Figure 12: Types of Analytics
Figure 13: Security and the Internet of Things
Figure 14: Internet of Things Vertical Categories
Figure 15: IoT Smart Cities Applications
Figure 16: IoT Health Applications
Figure 17: IoT Education Applications
Figure 18: IoT Productivity Applications
Figure 19: M2M Connectivity Service Revenue ($ Billions), 2022
Figure 20: Total M2M Service Revenues ($ Billions), 2022
Figure 21: IoT Service Segmentation
Figure 22: Worldwide M2M Connections, 2020
Figure 23: Internet of Things (IoT) and M2M Connections Estimates, 2015 and 2020
Figure 24: Adoption of M2M, 2013-2015
Figure 25: M2M Connections By Region
Figure 26: M2M as a percentage of total connections in leading markets
Figure 27: Cellular M2M Connections, by Enterprise Application Areas, 2015
Figure 28: M2M Connectivity Technologies Adoption, 2014-2024
Figure 29: Selected leading service providers by cellular M2M connections, Q4 2013
Figure 30: Worldwide M2M Connections by Verticals, 2020
Figure 31: Adoption of M2M by industry, 2013-2015
Figure 32: Increasing M2M Barriers
Figure 33: Key Challenges Needs Attention during Internet of Things (IoT) Solution Implementation
Figure 34: Key Features of IoT Platform Solutions to be considered for Deployment
Figure 35: Challenges to be addressed to Drive IoT solution Deployment With Internal Stakeholders
Figure 36: Type of 3rd party Partners Organizations Select for IoT Solution Deployment
Figure 37: Vodafone Group M2M partner ecosystem
Figure 38: Hype Cycle for the Internet of Things, 2015
Figure 39: Worldwide IoT Sensors End-user Markets
Figure 40: Worldwide Internet of Things Units Revenue, by Category ($ Millions)
Figure 41: Total Endpoint Units' Installed Base by Category, 2013-2020
Figure 42: Total Endpoint Unit Shipments by Category, 2013-2020
Figure 43: Hardware Spending, 2013-2020
Figure 44: IoT Services Spending by Type, 2013-2020 (Billions of Dollars)
Figure 45: IoT Connectivity Services (Data Plan) Revenue, 2013-2020
Figure 46: Consumer IoT Services Spending by Category, 2013-2020
Figure 47: Total Professional IoT Services' End-User Spending by Vertical Industry, 2013-2020
Figure 48: Worldwide IoT Platforms Market
Figure 49: Building your own IoT platform
Figure 50: Sourcing your IoT platform
Figure 51: 2015 IoT Budget Share Spent by Industries to watch their Supply Chain Process
Figure 52: 2015 IoT Budget Share Spent by Industries to watch their Premises
Figure 53: 2015 IoT Budget Share Spent by Industries to watch their Products
Figure 54: 2015 IoT Budget Share Spent by Industries to watch their Customers
Figure 55: Revenue Impact of IoT Initiatives on Industries (2014 vs. 2013)
Figure 56: Revenue Impact of IoT Initiatives on Industries (2018 vs. 2015)
Figure 57: Current IoT Spending by Automotive Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions)
Figure 58: IoT Budget Allocated by Automotive Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions) - 2018
Figure 59: Automotive Industry IoT Spending (%) By Core Business Areas
Figure 60: IoT Usage Areas in Automotive Industry
Figure 61: Current IoT Spending by Banking and Financial Services (BFS) Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions)
Figure 62: IoT Budget Allocated by Banking and Financial Services (BFS) Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions) - 2018
Figure 63: Banking and Financial Services (BFS) Industry IoT Spending (%) By Core Business Areas
Figure 64: IoT Usage Areas in Banking and Financial Services (BFS) Industry
Figure 65: Current IoT Spending by Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions)
Figure 66: IoT Budget Allocated by Banking and Financial Services (BFS) Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions) - 2018
Figure 67: Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) Industry IoT Spending (%) By Core Business Areas
Figure 68: IoT Usage Areas in Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) Industry
Figure 69: Current IoT Spending by Energy Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions)
Figure 70: IoT Budget Allocated by Energy Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions) - 2018
Figure 71: Energy Industry IoT Spending (%) By Core Business Areas
Figure 72: IoT Usage Areas in Energy Industry
Figure 73: Current IoT Spending by Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions)
Figure 74: IoT Budget Allocated by Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions) - 2018
Figure 75: Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry IoT Spending (%) By Core Business Areas
Figure 76:  IoT Usage Areas in Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry
Figure 77: Current IoT Spending by High Tech Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions)
Figure 78: IoT Budget Allocated by High Tech Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions) - 2018
Figure 79: High Tech Industry IoT Spending (%) By Core Business Areas
Figure 80: IoT Usage Areas in High Tech Industry
Figure 81: Current IoT Spending by Industrial Manufacturing Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions)
Figure 82: IoT Budget Allocated by Industrial Manufacturing Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions) - 2018
Figure 83: Industrial Manufacturing Industry IoT Spending (%) By Core Business Areas
Figure 84: IoT Usage Areas in Industrial Manufacturing Industry
Figure 85: Current IoT Spending by Insurance Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions)
Figure 86: IoT Budget Allocated by Insurance Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions) - 2018
Figure 87: Insurance Industry IoT Spending (%) By Core Business Areas
Figure 88: IoT Usage Areas in Insurance Industry
Figure 89: Current IoT Spending by Media and Entertainment Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions)
Figure 90: IoT Budget Allocated by Media and Entertainment Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions) - 2018
Figure 91: Media and Entertainment Industry IoT Spending (%) By Core Business Areas
Figure 92: IoT Usage Areas in Media and Entertainment Industry
Figure 93: Current IoT Spending by Retail Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions)
Figure 94: IoT Budget Allocated by Retail Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions) - 2018
Figure 95: Retail Industry IoT Spending (%) By Core Business Areas
Figure 96: IoT Usage Areas in Retail Industry
Figure 97: Current IoT Spending by Telecommunications Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions)
Figure 98: IoT Budget Allocated by Telecommunications Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions) - 2018
Figure 99: Telecommunications Industry IoT Spending (%) By Core Business Areas
Figure 100: IoT Usage Areas in Telecommunications Industry
Figure 101: Current IoT Spending by Travel, Transportation, and Hospitality Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions)
Figure 102: IoT Budget Allocated by Travel, Transportation, and Hospitality Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions) - 2018
Figure 103: Travel, Transportation, and Hospitality Industry IoT Spending (%) By Core Business Areas
Figure 104: IoT Usage Areas in Travel, Transportation and Hospitality Industry
Figure 105: Current IoT Spending by Utilities Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions)
Figure 106: IoT Budget Allocated by Utilities Industry on IoT Projects ($ Millions) - 2018
Figure 107: Utilities Industry IoT Spending (%) By Core Business Areas
Figure 108: IoT Usage Areas in Utilities Industry
Figure 109: Aims of 12th Five Year Plan for IoT in China
Figure 110: Business Model Changed with IoT Solution Adoption (% of Organizations)
Figure 111: Business Model Changed with IoT Solution Adoption, by Regions (% of Organizations)
Figure 112: Business Model Changed with IoT Solution Adoption (% of Organizations) - 2020
Figure 113: Business Model Changed with IoT Solution Adoption, by Regions (% of Organizations) - 2020
Figure 114: IoT Security Challenges
Figure 115: IoT Initiatives Drivers over next 1-2 years
Figure 116: Top IoT Tech -Patent Landscape, 2015
Figure 117: Top IoT Invention Owners, by total U.S. patent filings
Figure 118: IoT Players Positioning of Top Portfolios by Technology Coverage
Figure 119: IoT Players Positioning of Top Portfolios by Citations
Figure 120: IoT Players Positioning of Top Portfolios by Claim Broadness
Figure 121: IoT Players Positioning of Top Portfolios by Geo Score
Figure 122: IoT Players Positioning of Top Portfolios by Grant/Application
Figure 123: IoT Technology Players Competitive IP Positioning
Figure 124: IoT Players IP Licensing

List of Tables

Table 1: Types of Sensors with Representative Examples
Table 2: Broad Network Classes with Representative Examples by Connection Types
Table 3: M2M Per-Device Usage Growth
Table 4: Worldwide Internet of Things (IoT) Installed Base from Various Sources
Table 5: Worldwide Internet of Things Installed Base, 2013-2020 (Billion Units)
Table 6: Worldwide Internet of Things Revenue, 2013-2020
Table 7: Worldwide Internet of Things Units Installed Base, by Category (Millions of Units)
Table 8: Worldwide IoT Devices Installed Base, by Region, 2013-2020
Table 9: Worldwide Internet of Things Revenue by Region, 2013-2020
Table 10: Average Spend on IoT Initiatives
Table 11: IoT Initiatives Impacts on Automotive Industry Processes
Table 12: Key Success Factors Driving Revenues for Automotive Industry
Table 13: IoT Initiatives Impacts on Banking and Financial Services (BFS) Industry Processes
Table 14: Key Success Factors Driving Revenues for Banking and Financial Services (BFS) Industry
Table 15: IoT Initiatives Impacts on Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) Industry Processes
Table 16: Key Success Factors Driving Revenues for Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) Industry
Table 17: IoT Initiatives Impacts on Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) Industry Processes
Table 18: Key Success Factors Driving Revenues for Energy Industry
Table 19: IoT Initiatives Impacts on Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry Processes
Table 20: Key Success Factors Driving Revenues for Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry
Table 21: IoT Initiatives Impacts on High Tech Industry Processes
Table 22: Key Success Factors Driving Revenues for High Tech Industry
Table 23: IoT Initiatives Impacts on Industrial Manufacturing Industry Processes
Table 24: Key Success Factors Driving Revenues for Industrial Manufacturing Industry
Table 25: IoT Initiatives Impacts on Insurance Industry Processes
Table 26: Key Success Factors Driving Revenues for Industrial Manufacturing Industry
Table 27: IoT Initiatives Impacts on Media and Entertainment Industry Processes
Table 28: Key Success Factors Driving Revenues for Media and Entertainment Industry
Table 29: IoT Initiatives Impacts on Media and Entertainment Industry Processes
Table 30: Key Success Factors Driving Revenues for Media and Entertainment Industry
Table 31: IoT Initiatives Impacts on Telecommunications Industry Processes
Table 32: Key Success Factors Driving Revenues for Telecommunications Industry
Table 33: IoT Initiatives Impacts on Telecommunications Industry Processes
Table 34: Key Success Factors Driving Revenues for Telecommunications Industry
Table 35: IoT Initiatives Impacts on Telecommunications Industry Processes
Table 36: Key Success Factors Driving Revenues for Telecommunications Industry
Table 37: Government Funding in IoT related Projects
Table 38: Types of Wearables Devices that Internet Users in Japan are interested in Purchasing, By Gender, Sept 2015
Table 39: Selected IoT Operating Systems
Table 40: List of Items to be covered for IoT Initiative Budgeting Process
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- Accenture
- Atos
- Axiros
- Ayla Networks
- Bosch
- China Mobile
- China Telecom
- China Unicom 
- Cognizant
- Concirrus
- Dell
- Dell Technologies
- Ericsson
- IBM
- Infosys
- SK Telecom
- Sansa Security
- Schneider
- Sigfox
- Singtel
- Sony
- Tata Consultancy Services
- Unisys Corp
- Wipro
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