Internet of Things - Moving Towards a Smarter Tomorrow - Market Applications, Growth Potential and Industry Policies (2016 - 2021)

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  • Report
  • 110 pages
  • Mordor Intelligence
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Internet of Things (IoT) envisions a world of heterogeneous things that have identities as well as physical and virtual attributes and that are seamlessly and securely integrated into the internet infrastructure using standard communication protocols. We will witness objects and devices that are a part of our daily lives connected to the internet through sensors. IoT gives a tremendous opportunity for various types of companies, including IoT application and service providers, IoT platform providers, integrators, telecom operators and software vendors.

All the major internet companies – like Google, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft – are working towards developing a far better breed of data center. According to our study, smart devices alone will generate approximately USD 714 billion in revenues by 2020 and a market value close to USD 15 trillion. Many IoT vertical segments are expected to experience a double-digit growth in the upcoming years. More than 25 billion autonomous devices are expected to be generating and gathering data with the internet by 2020, compared to the present-day 2 billion autonomous devices which represent a CAGR of close to 70%.

IoT has brought about a revolution in technology, where everything from thermostats and cameras to cars is getting plugged into the internet. Data can now travel from those very devices through massive data centers operated by big companies like Google, Apple and Facebook.

Internet of Things can create opportunities to collect, measure, and analyze an ever-increasing variety of behavioral statistics. Google has recently started working on a new Android-based operating system which is meant to run specifically on the emerging class of low-power devices (Internet of Things). The operating system is codenamed “Brillo” and this is going to be linked to the company's Android unit. Brillo will be aimed at ultra-low power devices with 64 or 32 MB RAM. Google has also tried to enter the connected home before with Android@Home, and planned to extend this project and work sometime soon in the future.


The factors driving this market are:

- Growing prominence of nanotechnology
- Consumer experience
- Standardization of IPv6
- Cloud computing in the market


The factors restraining this market are:

- Level of scalability
- Interoperability
- Integration
- Supply-chain management


- Internet of things - moving towards a smarter tomorrow - market overview and market analysis with its applications in the industry and information on drivers and restraints.
- Identification of factors responsible for changing the market scenario, rising prospective opportunities and identification of key companies that can influence the market on a global and regional scale.
- Extensively researched competitive landscape with profiles of major companies along with their market share.
- A comprehensive list of key market players along with the analysis of their current strategic interests and key financial information.

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1. Introduction

1.1 Research Methodology

1.2 Research Outline

1.3 Key Findings

1.4 Executive Summary

2. Technology Snapshot and Trends

2.1 Market Overview

2.2 Current Technology Trends

2.3 Roadmap

2.4 Innovations

2.5 Implementation

2.6 Growth Prospects

3. Drivers and Restraints

3.1 Driving Forces

3.1.1 Nanotechnology

3.1.2 Consumer Experience

3.1.3 Standardization of IPv6

3.1.4 Cloud Computing

3.2 Impact of Business Accelerators

3.3 Restraints

3.3.1 Scalability

3.3.2 Interoperability

3.3.3 Integration

3.3.4 Supply Chain

3.4 Impact of Business Challenges

4. Investment Analysis

4.1 Investor Networks

4.2 Funding Patterns and details

4.3 Expectations for the Future

5. Technologies

5.1 RFID

5.2 NFC

5.3 WLAN

5.4 WPAN

5.4 WWAN

5.5 Zigbee

5.6 Zwave

6. Market Segmentation by Region

6.1 NA

6.1.1 USA

6.1.2 Canada

6.2 EU

6.2.1 UK

6.2.2 Germany

6.2.3 Rest of the EU

6.3 APAC

6.3.1 India

6.3.2 Singapore

6.3.3 Australia

6.3.4 Japan

6.3.5 South Korea

7. Standards and Policies

7.1 EPCGlobal


7.3 ISO

7.4 CERP - IoT

8. Stakeholder Analysis

8.1 Huawei

8.1.1 Market Share and Solution Analysis

8.2 Ericsson

8.2.1 Market Share and Solution Analysis

8.3 Cisco

8.3.1 Market Share and Solution Analysis

8.4 Alcatel Lucent

8.4.1 Market Share and Solution Analysis

8.5 Intel

8.5.1 Market Share and Solution Analysis

8.6 Verizon

8.6.1 Market Share and Solution Analysis

8.7 Belkin

8.7.1 Market Share and Solution Analysis

8.8 ZTE Corp.

8.8.1 Market Share and Solution Analysis

8.9 Texas Instruments

8.9.1 Market Share and Solution Analysis

8.10 RF Micro Devices

8.10.1 Market Share and Solution Analysis

8.11 Tegile Systems

8.11.1 Market Share and Solution Analysis

8.12 Google

8.12.1 Market Share and Solution Analysis

9. Applications

9.1 Aeronautics

9.1.1 Market Size and Forecast

9.2 Automotive

9.2.1 Market Size and Forecast

9.3 Textile

9.3.1 Market Size and Forecast

9.4 Food and Beverages

9.4.1 Market Size and Forecast

9.5 Pharmaceuticals

9.5.1 Market Size and Forecast

9.6 Smart Cities

9.6.1 Market Size and Forecast

9.7 Transport

9.7.1 Market Size and Forecast

9.8 Defense

9.8.1 Market Size and Forecast

9.9 Mobile Payments

9.9.1 Market Size and Forecast

10. Market Scenario

11. Current Day Products

11.1 Google Glass

11.1.1 Product Overview

11.2 Nike Fuel

11.2.1 Product Overview

11.3 Fitbit

11.3.1 Product Overview

11.4 Nest

11.4.1 Product Overview

11.5 Tesla

11.5.1 Product Overview


12.1. Abbreviations

12.2. Sources

12.3. Bibliography

12.4. Disclaimer
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