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Industrial LPWAN

  • ID: 4669167
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 130 Pages
  • ON World Inc
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Three Quarters of LPWAN Developers are Targeting New Industrial IoT Applications that Cannot be Addressed with Existing Technologies

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Synopsis:
Unlicensed Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs) such as Sigfox and LoRaWAN™ are providing much of the growth for the industrial Internet of Things despite accelerated rollouts of NB-IoT and LTE-M networks.

With low-cost, battery-powered wireless sensors, LPWANs are connecting assets many miles away, monitoring equipment deployed in multiple factory sites and providing continuous visibility of mobile assets with significantly reduced connectivity and maintenance costs. Connected industrial LPWAN devices are on track to triple by 2020.

The publisher's 2018 survey with 160 industrial IoT professionals completed with the International Society of Automation (ISA) and the LoRa Alliance™ found that 57% are researching or developing industrial LPWAN solutions. Three quarters of LPWAN developers are targeting new industrial IoT applications that cannot be addressed with existing technologies.

Driving IoT Innovations
Competition among LPWAN technologies has driven IoT innovations such as multi-radio devices, radio-based geolocation, disposable devices and evolving network operator business models. The growing licensed and unlicensed public LPWAN ecosystem has resulted in services now available in over 100 countries.

With 80 public network operators worldwide, growth is accelerating for private LoRaWAN™ networks that provide rapidly deployable, dedicated networks for enterprises.

Within the next decade, there will be 650 million wireless sensing, tracking and control devices in use worldwide for industrial automation, logistics, agriculture, construction and related areas. LPWANs will make up 1 in 3 by this time, with the largest impact for asset tracking and locating, precision agriculture, remote equipment monitoring and smart water solutions.

Evolving Network Operator Models
Established network operators such as Comcast, Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Verizon and Vodafone are ramping up their IoT offerings with vertical solutions and disruptive connectivity service pricing. LoRaWAN™ offers enterprises with the flexibility of having dedicated, private networks with hosted network servers in the cloud or installed on-site as well as seamless roaming across multiple networks.

Dedicated IoT network operators such as Senet and Ingenu have launched new cloud-based network connectivity business models aimed at accelerating IoT adoption.

This report is based on extensive phone interviews with industrial automation vendors, suppliers and end users as well as Q4 2018 survey with 160 industrial IoT professionals that was completed in collaboration with the International Society of Automation (ISA) and the LoRa Alliance™.

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1. Executive Summary

  • Report Scope & Methodology

2. The Industrial LPWAN Ecosystem

  • Value Proposition
  • Accelerating Land Grab
  • Unlicensed LPWAN
  • Licensed LPWAN

3. The Industrial LPWA Value System

  • Market Trends & Drivers
  • Cloud Infrastructure
  • System Integratio
  • Overcoming IoT Barriers
  • Connecting Stranded Assets
  • Location Services

4. Market Trends & Drivers

  • Cloud Infrastructure
  • System Integration
  • Overcoming IoT Barriers
  • Connecting Mobile & Stranded Assets
  • Asset Tracking and Locating

5. The Market Opportunity

  • Market Segmentation
  • Industrial LPWAN Applications
  • Process Monitoring
  • Asset Management
  • Equipment Monitoring
  • Corrosion & Structural Integrity Monitoring
  • Tank Levels & Other Asset Monitoring Applications
  • Asset Tracking & Locating
  • Disposable Tags
  • Multi-Radio Smart Tags
  • Health, Safety & Environmental Monitoring
  • Smart Water Networks
  • Emissions Monitoring
  • Perimeter Security

6. Survey Results

  • Respondent Overview

7. Wireless Sensor Networks

  • Adoption Stage
  • Growing Deployments, Expanding Network Sizes
  • Fastest Growing Applications
  • WSN Protocols Used
  • Wireless Standards & Mesh Adoption
  • Most Important Features
  • Satisfaction with Current WSN Systems
  • Future WSN Applications
  • Adoption Inhibitors
  • Innovation Areas
  • Strategic Investments
  • Equipment Costs

8. Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) Networks

  • LPWAN Status
  • Product Development
  • LPWAN Applications
  • LPWAN Impact
  • Future Projections
  • LPWAN Challenges
  • Comments
  • Surveyed Organizations

9. Technology Dynamics

  • Summary

10. LPWA Standards, Technologies & Industry Alliances

11. Cellular Based LPWAN Technologies

  • LTE-M
  • NB-IoT
  • EC-GSM-IoT

12. Non-Cellular LPWAN Technologies

  • SigFox
  • LoRa Alliance
  • Weightless SIG
  • ETSI’s Low Throughput Networks (LTN)
  • IEEE 802.15.4k (Low Energy Critical Infrastructure Networks)

13. Other LPWAN Technologies

  • RPMA (Ingenu)
  • Qowisio
  • Link Labs
  • NB-Fi (WAVIoT)
  • Telematics Wireless
  • Telensa

14. Competing Alternatives & Related Industry Groups

  • DASH7 Alliance
  • Wi-SUN Alliance
  • IEEE 802.11ah (HaLow)
  • uCIFI Alliance

15. Network Simulations

  • Simulation Focus
  • Simulation Result Overview
  • Range
  • LoRa and SigFox Ranges
  • LoRa Spreading Factor Ranges
  • Network Test 1: Near Real-time Pressure Sensing
  • Network Test 2: Precision Moisture Detection
  • Network Test 3: GPS - Magnetometer Location Tags

16. Global Total Market Size Forecasts

  • Methodology
  • Total Addressable Market
  • Total Connected Devices, Moderate & Aggressive
  • Total Connected Devices by Market Segment
  • Total Revenues by Market Segment
  • Total Units by Application
  • Total Revenues by Application
  • Total Units by Product Segment
  • Total Equipment Revenues by Product Segment
  • Total Revenues by Equipment & Services
  • Total Revenues by Geography
  • Total Units by Technology
  • Total LPWAN Module Revenues

17. Target Markets

18. Manufacturing

  • Summary
  • Market Size Forecasts
  • Units by Application
  • Revenues by Application
  • Revenues by Equipment & Services
  • Revenues by Geography
  • Units by Technology

19. Oil & Gas

  • Summary
  • Market Size Forecasts
  • Units by Application
  • Revenues by Application
  • Revenues by Equipment & Services
  • Revenues by Geography
  • Units by Technology

20. Electric Power

  • Summary
  • Market Size Forecasts
  • Units by Applications
  • Revenues by Application
  • Revenues by Equipment & Services
  • Revenues by Geography
  • Units by Technology

21. Water & Wastewater

  • Summary
  • Market Size Forecasts
  • Units by Applications
  • Revenues by Application
  • Revenues by Equipment & Services
  • Revenues by Geography
  • Units by Technology

22. Agriculture

  • Summary
  • Market Size Forecasts
  • Units by Applications
  • Revenues by Application
  • Revenues by Equipment & Services
  • Revenues by Geography
  • Units by Technology

23. Logistics

  • Summary
  • Market Size Forecasts
  • Units by Applications
  • Revenues by Application
  • Revenues by Equipment & Services
  • Revenues by Geography
  • Units by Technology

24. Mining, Construction and Others

  • Summary
  • Market Size Forecasts
  • Units by Applications
  • Revenues by Application
  • Revenues by Equipment & Services
  • Revenues by Geography
  • Units by Technology

25. Competitive Landscape

  • Components
  • Product Segmentation
  • Company Profiles
  • IoT Connectivity, Device Management & Network Infrastructure
  • Product Segmentation
  • Company Profiles
  • Devices & Vertical Systems
  • Product Segmentation
  • Company Profiles
  • Network Operators

List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Smart Industry WSN Connections, LPWAN & Others (2018-2027)
Figure 2: Network Operators by LPWA Technology
Figure 3: LPWA Network Operators by Geography
Figure 4: (Select) Barriers Limiting IoT Adoption
Figure 5: IoT Adoption Considerations – Network Range & Battery Life
Figure 6: Total Potential Industrial Wireless Smart Objects by Market
Figure 7: Most Common LPWA Target Markets
Figure 8: Asset Monitoring Growth Over the Last 2 Years
Figure 9: Industrial Corrosion Costs by Segment
Figure 10: Global Industrial WSN Asset Monitoring Revenues (2017-2023)
Figure 11: Global Industrial Connected Smart Tags (2017-2023)
Figure 12: Respondents by Industry Role
Figure 13: Respondents by Job Position
Figure 14: Respondents by Geographical Region
Figure 15: Respondents by Targeted Industry
Figure 16: WSN Adoption Stage
Figure 17: WSN Adoption Stage Over the Last 2 Years
Figure 18: Total WSN Devices Deployed (All Locations)
Figure 19: Largest WSN Deployment/Location
Figure 20: Current WSN Applications by Growth
Figure 21: Fastest Growing WSN Applications
Figure 22: WSN Protocols Used
Figure 23: WSN Protocols Used Over the Last 2 Years
Figure 24: Wireless Mesh Field Devices Over the Last 2 Years
Figure 25: Preferred Standards Approach Over the Last 2 Year
Figure 26: Most Important WSN Features Rated
Figure 27: Most Important WSN Features Over the Last 2 Years
Figure 28: Satisfaction with WSN Systems
Figure 29: Satisfaction with WSN Systems Over the Last 2 Years
Figure 30: Planning Future/Additional WSN
Figure 31: Planned WSN Applications Over the Last 2 Years
Figure 32: WSN Inhibitors Rated
Figure 33: Biggest WSN Inhibitors Over the Last 2 Years
Figure 34: Important Innovations Rated
Figure 35: Most Important Innovations Over the Last 2 Years
Figure 36: Strategic Investments Rated
Figure 37: Most Important Strategic Investments Over the Last 2 Years
Figure 38: Average Cost per WSN End Node Over the Last 2 Years
Figure 39: LPWAN Adoption Status
Figure 40: LPWAN Product Timeline
Figure 41: Most Likely LPWAN Applications
Figure 42: Wireless Sensing/M2M Applications Requiring >1K Bytes/Day
Figure 43: LPWAN’s Impact
Figure 44: Most Likely LPWAN Technologies in 2028
Figure 45: LPWAN IoT Penetration Rate by 2028
Figure 46: Most Likely LPWAN Technologies by 2028
Figure 47: LPWAN Challenges
Figure 48: Range in Meters
Figure 49: 5000 Node Percent Complete vs Power Used
Figure 50: LoRa Spreading Factor Range in Kilometers
Figure 51: LoRa Spreading Factors on Air Times/Percentage Complete
Figure 52: Sigfox vs LoRa Node Battery Lifetime in Years
Figure 53: Sigfox vs LoRa System Throughput
Figure 54: Sigfox vs LoRa Node Battery Lifetime in Years
Figure 55: Sigfox vs LoRa System Throughput
Figure 56: Sigfox vs LoRa Node Coin Battery Lifetime in Hours
Figure 57: Global Industrial WSN Connections by Market (2018-2027)
Figure 58: Global Industrial WSN Connections & LPWAN Pen Rate (2017-2023)
Figure 59: Global Industrial Connected LPWAN Devices, Mod & Aggressive (2017-2023)
Figure 60: Global Industrial Connected LPWAN Devices by Market (2017-2023)
Figure 61: Global Industrial LPWAN Revenues by Market (2017-2023)
Figure 62: Global Industrial LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 63: Global Industrial LPWAN Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 64: Global Industrial LPWAN Annual Units by Product Segment (2017-2023)
Figure 65: Global Industrial LPWAN Equipment Revenues by Product Segment (2017-2023)
Figure 66: Global Industrial LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Figure 67: Global Industrial LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Figure 68: Global Industrial LPWAN Chipsets by Technology (2017-2023)
Figure 69: Global Industrial LPWAN Module Revenues by Technology (2017-2023)
Figure 70: Manufacturing WSN Connections & LPWAN Pen Rate (2017-2023)
Figure 71: Manufacturing LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 72: Manufacturing LPWAN Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 73: Manufacturing LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Figure 74: Manufacturing LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Figure 75: Manufacturing LPWAN Chipset Units by Technology (2017-2023)
Figure 76: Oil & Gas WSN Connections & LPWAN Pen Rate (2017-2023)
Figure 77: Oil & Gas LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 78: Oil & Gas LPWAN Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 79: Oil & Gas LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Figure 80: Oil & Gas LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Figure 81: Oil & Gas LPWAN Chipset Units by Technology (2017-2023)
Figure 82: Electric Power WSN Connections & LPWAN Pen Rate (2017-2023)
Figure 83: Electric Power LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 84: Electric Power LPWAN Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 85: Electric Power LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Figure 86: Electric Power LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Figure 87: Electric Power LPWAN Chipset Units by Technology (2017-2023)
Figure 88: Water/Wastewater WSN Connections & LPWAN Pen Rate (2017-2023)
Figure 89: Water/Wastewater LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 90: Water/Wastewater LPWAN Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 91: Water/Wastewater LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Figure 92: Water/Wastewater LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Figure 93: Water/Wastewater LPWAN Chipset Units by Technology (2017-2023)
Figure 94: Agriculture WSN Connections & LPWAN Pen Rate (2017-2023)
Figure 95: Agriculture LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 96: Agriculture LPWAN Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 97: Agriculture LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Figure 98: Agriculture LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Figure 99: Agriculture LPWAN Chipset Units by Technology (2017-2023)
Figure 100: Logistics WSN Connections & LPWAN Pen Rate (2017-2023)
Figure 101: Logistics LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 102: Logistics LPWAN Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 103: Logistics LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Figure 104: Logistics LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Figure 105: Logistics LPWAN Chipset Units by Technology (2017-2023)
Figure 106: Mining/Other WSN Connections & LPWAN Pen Rate (2017-2023)
Figure 107: Mining/Other LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 108: Mining/Other LPWAN Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Figure 109: Mining/Other LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Figure 110: Mining/Other LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Figure 111: Mining/Other LPWA Chipset Units by Technology (2017-2023)
Figure 112: The Industrial IoT/LPWAN Competitive Landscape

List of Tables

Table 1: The Industrial IoT/LPWAN Value System
Table 2: Industrial LPWA Market Segments & Adoption Drivers
Table 3: LPWAN Technologies Summarized
Table 4: Sigfox vs LoRa Node Coin Battery Lifetime in Hours
Table 5: Global Industrial WSN Connections by Market (2018-2027)
Table 6: Global Industrial WSN Connections & LPWAN Pen Rate (2017-2023)
Table 7: Global Industrial Connected LPWAN Devices, Moderate & Aggressive (2017-2023)
Table 8: Global Industrial Connected LPWAN Devices by Market (2017-2023)
Table 9: Global Industrial LPWAN Revenues by Market (2017-2023)
Table 10: Global Industrial LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Table 11: Global Industrial LPWAN Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Table 12: Global Industrial LPWAN Annual Units by Product Segment (2017-2023)
Table 13: Global Industrial LPWAN Equipment Revenues by Product Segment (2017-2023)
Table 14: Global Industrial LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Table 15: Global Industrial LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Table 16: Global Industrial LPWAN Chipsets by Technology (2017-2023)
Table 17: Global Industrial LPWAN Module Revenues by Technology (2017-2023)
Table 18: Manufacturing LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Table 19: Manufacturing LPWAN Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Table 20: Manufacturing LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Table 21: Manufacturing LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Table 22: Manufacturing LPWAN Chipset Units by Technology (2017-2023)
Table 23: Oil & Gas LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Table 24: Oil & Gas LPWAN Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Table 25: Oil & Gas LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Table 26: Oil & Gas LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Table 27: Oil & Gas LPWAN Chipset Units by Technology (2017-2023)
Table 28: Electric Power LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Table 29: Electric Power LPWAN Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Table 30: Electric Power LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Table 31: Electric Power LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Table 32: Electric Power LPWAN Chipset Units by Technology (2017-2023)
Table 33: Water/Wastewater LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Table 34: Water/Wastewater LPWAN Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Table 35: Water/Wastewater LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Table 36: Water/Wastewater LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Table 37: Water/Wastewater LPWAN Chipset Units by Technology (2017-2023)
Table 38: Agriculture LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Table 39: Agriculture LPWAN Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Table 40: Agriculture LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Table 41: Agriculture LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Table 42: Agriculture LPWAN Chipset Units by Technology (2017-2023)
Table 43: Logistics LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Table 44: Logistics LPWAN Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Table 45: Logistics LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Table 46: Logistics LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Table 47: Logistics LPWAN Chipset Units by Technology (2017-2023)
Table 48: Mining/Other LPWAN Annual Units by Application (2017-2023)
Table 49: Mining/Other Revenues by Application (2017-2023)
Table 50: Mining/Other LPWAN Revenues, Equipment & Services (2017-2023)
Table 51: Mining/Other LPWAN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Table 52: Mining/Other LPWA Chipset Units by Technology (2017-2023)
Table 53: Industrial LPWAN Component Suppliers by Product Segment
Table 54: Industrial LPWA Components – Profiles
Table 55: Industrial LPWA IoT Platforms by Product Segment
Table 56: LPWA IoT Platforms – Profiles
Table 57: Industrial LPWA Equipment Suppliers by Product Segment
Table 58: Industrial LPWAN Devices & Systems – Profiles
Table 59: (Select) LPWAN Network Operators

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Unlicensed Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs) such as Sigfox and LoRaWAN™ are providing much of the growth for the industrial Internet of Things (IoT) despite accelerated rollouts of NB-IoT and LTE-M networks. 

With low-cost, battery-powered wireless sensors, LPWANs are connecting assets many miles away, monitoring equipment deployed in multiple factory sites and providing continuous visibility of mobile assets with significantly reduced connectivity and maintenance costs.

Connected industrial LPWAN devices will triple by 2020. ON World’s 2018 survey with 160 industrial IoT professionals completed with the International Society of Automation (ISA) and the LoRa Alliance™ found that 57% are researching or developing industrial LPWAN solutions. Three quarters of LPWAN developers are targeting new industrial IoT applications that cannot be addressed with existing technologies.

Competition among LPWAN technologies has driven IoT innovations such as multi-radio devices, radio-based geolocation, disposable devices and evolving network operator business models. The growing licensed and unlicensed public LPWAN ecosystem has resulted in services now available in hundreds of countries. 

While North American telecom operators focus on NB-IoT and LTE-M, many operators in Europe and Asia are providing both NB-IoT or LTE-M and LoRaWAN™ services. With 80 public network operators worldwide, growth is accelerating for private LoRaWAN™ networks that provide rapidly deployable, dedicated networks for enterprises.

Within the next decade, there will be 650 million wireless sensor network (WSN) devices in use worldwide for industrial automation, logistics, agriculture, construction and related areas. LPWANs will make up 1 in 3 by this time, with the largest impact for asset tracking and locating, precision agriculture, remote equipment monitoring and smart water solutions. 

Driving IoT Innovations
Asset tracking and locating is the fastest growing LPWAN application area with the largest total potential market size.  LoRaWAN™ networks support radio-based geolocation to significantly lower the cost of mobile asset tracking within a 100-meter radius without requiring GPS. Sigfox’s recently launched Atlas WiFi service which combines WiFi infrastructure registered in the HERE location suite with Sigfox network technology, also without using GPS.  In October 2018, the LoRa Alliance™ announced three specifications that support standards -based firmware over the air updates, a required feature for widespread adoption of LPWAN solutions such as asset tracking.

LPWAN hardware innovations are growing.  Examples include multi-radio asset trackers that combine LPWAN technologies such as Sigfox, LoRaWAN™ or NB-IoT for outdoor asset tracking with short-range wireless technologies such as WiFi or Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) for precise indoor real-time location systems (RTLS). Polysense’s universal LPWAN sensor is targeted at multiple applications for manufacturing, electric power, water/wastewater and logistics. Yokogawa has created a “sushi” vibration sensor and thumb-sized gateway using LoRaWAN™. Disposable devices are in the works. Sigfox has announced a 20 cent RF module prototype and the LoRa Alliance™ is currently testing a disposable asset tracker using a printed battery technology.  

Evolving Network Operator Models
Established network operators such as Objenious (Bouygues Telecom), Comcast, Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Verizon and Vodafone are ramping up their IoT offerings with vertical solutions and disruptive connectivity service pricing. While North American telecom operators focus on NBIoT and LTE-M, many operators in Asia and Europe provide both cellular and non-cellular LPWAN options. LoRaWAN™ offers enterprises with the flexibility of having dedicated, private networks
with hosted network servers in the cloud or on-site as well as seamless roaming across multiple networks.

Dedicated IoT network operators have launched new business models aimed at accelerating IoT adoption.  Senet offers a variety of cloud-based network connectivity and OSS and BSS platforms including Virtual Network Services that enable a variety of stakeholders to benefit from deploying IoT devices through a shared revenue model.  Ingenu is delivering its Random Phase Multiple Access (RPMA) connectivity technology through a Platform-as-as-Service (PaaS) model.

This report is based on extensive phone interviews with industrial automation vendors, suppliers and end users as well as Q4 2018 survey with 160 industrial IoT professionals that was completed in collaboration with the International Society of Automation (ISA) and the LoRa Alliance™. For the past 15 years, the publisher's market research has been used by government agencies, Fortune 1000 companies and IoT developers worldwide.

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