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Internet of Things-Thematic Research

 

Summary

 

The IoT encompasses a rich, and complex ecosystem of technologies and technology companies-from the manufacturers of the sensors and microchips that go inside the connected devices to the telecom operators and wireless radio manufacturers that connect these devices to the internet, to the software services organizations that help clients stitch everything together.

 

While topics like wearable tech, connected cars and the smart home enjoy the limelight, other subsets of the IoT which reside in much less glamorous environments-like smart cities or the use of IoT in manufacturing or in product maintenance-will deliver the biggest economic benefits.

 

The IoT lies within the eye of a storm that has been whipped up by a combination of several megatrends: the decline in cost of the core technologies (sensors, chips, batteries and communications modules); the increasing ubiquity and falling cost of connectivity; the growth in the capacity of data analytics and processing technology; and the increasing ease with which applications can be integrated with one another.

 

Scope

 

- The report highlights the significance of connected devices that help organizations stitch everything together.

- It further ponders on the fact that while topics like wearable tech, connected cars and the smart home enjoy the limelight, other subsets of the IoT which reside in much less glamorous environments-like smart cities or the use of IoT in manufacturing or in product maintenance-will deliver the biggest economic benefits.

- The report also highlights key winners in each of the four layers of the IoT value chain-device layer, connectivity layer, data layer, and app layer.

 

Reasons to buy

 

- The report classifies the IoT into six distinct markets-the connected car, the automated home, the industrial IoT, wearable technology, smart metering, and the connected store.

- The report further highlights some of the big tech players within the IoT theme, classified by value chain segment.

- It identifies the main trends in the IoT over the next 12 to 24 months, and classifies these trends into three categories-technology trends, macroeconomic trends, and regulatory trends.

- The report also discusses the IoT value chain across four layers-devices, connectivity, data, and apps.

- It provides an industry analysis and highlights the big IoT market segments.

- The report also provides a competitor analysis, which is populated by a spectrum of players, from the niche specialists to the large vendors.

- It adopts a scorecard approach to identify the leading companies in a sector, depicted in the form of a thematic screen, a valuation screen, and a risk screen.

- The report offers a technology briefing, identifying key characteristics of the big markets for IoT, and the stages of IoT development.

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Table Of Content

Scope

Table of Contents

PLAYERS 4

TRENDS 5

Technology trends 5

Macroeconomic trends 9

Regulatory trends 9

VALUE CHAIN 10

Device layer 11

Connectivity Layer 12

Data Layer 14

App Layer 16

INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 17

The standards battle 17

The IoT is entering the second phase of its evolution 20

Market size and growth forecasts 20

Competitive analysis 22

Timeline 23

Mergers and acquisitions 24

COMPANIES SECTION 26

Public tech companies 26

Private tech companies 30

SECTOR SCORECARDS 32

Semiconductor sector scorecard 32

Who's who 32

Thematic screen 33

Valuation screen 34

Risk Screen 35

Industrial automation sector scorecard 36

Who's who 36

Thematic screen 37

Valuation screen 38

Risk Screen 39

Internet infrastructure sector scorecard 40

Who's who 40

Thematic screen 41

Valuation screen 42

Risk Screen 43

IT services sector scorecard 44

Who's who 44

Thematic screen 45

Valuation screen 46

Risk Screen 47

Application software sector scorecard 48

Who's who 48

Thematic screen 49

Valuation screen 50

Risk Screen 50

TECHNOLOGY BRIEFING 52

The six big IoT market segments 52

The four stages of IoT development 53

GLOSSARY 54

APPENDIX: OUR THEMATIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 55

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Akamai

Amazon

Apple

ARM (Softbank)

Broadcom

CalAmp

Cisco

Ericsson

F5 Networks

General Electric (GE)

Google

IBM

Intel

Microchip

Microsoft

NXP

Qualcomm

Samsung

SAP

Software AG

Splunk

AlertMe

Arqiva

Arrayent

August

Ayla Networks

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Evrythng

Fitbit

Infoblox

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Nordic Semi-conductor

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Tado

Thingsquare

Internet of Things-Thematic Research

 

Summary

 

The IoT encompasses a rich, and complex ecosystem of technologies and technology companies-from the manufacturers of the sensors and microchips that go inside the connected devices to the telecom operators and wireless radio manufacturers that connect these devices to the internet, to the software services organizations that help clients stitch everything together.

 

While topics like wearable tech, connected cars and the smart home enjoy the limelight, other subsets of the IoT which reside in much less glamorous environments-like smart cities or the use of IoT in manufacturing or in product maintenance-will deliver the biggest economic benefits.

 

The IoT lies within the eye of a storm that has been whipped up by a combination of several megatrends: the decline in cost of the core technologies (sensors, chips, batteries and communications modules); the increasing ubiquity and falling cost of connectivity; the growth in the capacity of data analytics and processing technology; and the increasing ease with which applications can be integrated with one another.

 

Scope

 

- The report highlights the significance of connected devices that help organizations stitch everything together.

- It further ponders on the fact that while topics like wearable tech, connected cars and the smart home enjoy the limelight, other subsets of the IoT which reside in much less glamorous environments-like smart cities or the use of IoT in manufacturing or in product maintenance-will deliver the biggest economic benefits.

- The report also highlights key winners in each of the four layers of the IoT value chain-device layer, connectivity layer, data layer, and app layer.

 

Reasons to buy

 

- The report classifies the IoT into six distinct markets-the connected car, the automated home, the industrial IoT, wearable technology, smart metering, and the connected store.

- The report further highlights some of the big tech players within the IoT theme, classified by value chain segment.

- It identifies the main trends in the IoT over the next 12 to 24 months, and classifies these trends into three categories-technology trends, macroeconomic trends, and regulatory trends.

- The report also discusses the IoT value chain across four layers-devices, connectivity, data, and apps.

- It provides an industry analysis and highlights the big IoT market segments.

- The report also provides a competitor analysis, which is populated by a spectrum of players, from the niche specialists to the large vendors.

- It adopts a scorecard approach to identify the leading companies in a sector, depicted in the form of a thematic screen, a valuation screen, and a risk screen.

- The report offers a technology briefing, identifying key characteristics of the big markets for IoT, and the stages of IoT development.

READ MORE

Scope

Table of Contents

PLAYERS 4

TRENDS 5

Technology trends 5

Macroeconomic trends 9

Regulatory trends 9

VALUE CHAIN 10

Device layer 11

Connectivity Layer 12

Data Layer 14

App Layer 16

INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 17

The standards battle 17

The IoT is entering the second phase of its evolution 20

Market size and growth forecasts 20

Competitive analysis 22

Timeline 23

Mergers and acquisitions 24

COMPANIES SECTION 26

Public tech companies 26

Private tech companies 30

SECTOR SCORECARDS 32

Semiconductor sector scorecard 32

Who's who 32

Thematic screen 33

Valuation screen 34

Risk Screen 35

Industrial automation sector scorecard 36

Who's who 36

Thematic screen 37

Valuation screen 38

Risk Screen 39

Internet infrastructure sector scorecard 40

Who's who 40

Thematic screen 41

Valuation screen 42

Risk Screen 43

IT services sector scorecard 44

Who's who 44

Thematic screen 45

Valuation screen 46

Risk Screen 47

Application software sector scorecard 48

Who's who 48

Thematic screen 49

Valuation screen 50

Risk Screen 50

TECHNOLOGY BRIEFING 52

The six big IoT market segments 52

The four stages of IoT development 53

GLOSSARY 54

APPENDIX: OUR THEMATIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 55

Single User License:
Report can be used by individual purchaser only

Site License:
Report can be shared by unlimited users within one corporate location, e.g. a regional office

Corporate User License: 
Report can be shared globally by unlimited users within the purchasing corporation e.g. all employees of a single company

To know more information on Purchase by Section, please send a mail to support@kenresearch.com

Companies

Akamai

Amazon

Apple

ARM (Softbank)

Broadcom

CalAmp

Cisco

Ericsson

F5 Networks

General Electric (GE)

Google

IBM

Intel

Microchip

Microsoft

NXP

Qualcomm

Samsung

SAP

Software AG

Splunk

AlertMe

Arqiva

Arrayent

August

Ayla Networks

Balyo

Belkin

BigBelly

Canary

DroneShield

Electric Imp

Evrythng

Fitbit

Infoblox

Libelium

Neul

Nordic Semi-conductor

Oort

Tado

Thingsquare