Jenalea Howell

Jenalea Howell

Jenalea Howell is the Research Director of the IoT Connectivity and Smart Cities team within IHS Technology with a major focus on industrial IoT. She has more than eight years of research and consulting experience covering industrial automation markets with a narrowing focus on energy efficiency, industrial IoT and smart manufacturing before joining the IT & Networking team in early 2016.

In collaboration with colleagues across the Technology team and wider IHS Markit organization, Jenalea is driving the strategy to inform relevant industries of digital trends and adoption across more than 12 verticals. This alignment of technology and verticals across IHS Markit lends to best practices for knowledge sharing of digital strategies to support the entire IoT ecosystem. 

Jenalea provides frequent commentary on various digital technologies, automation equipment and robotics, and discusses strategic development of these technologies into verticals including energy and automotive with key OEMs. In addition, Jenalea acts as the Consulting Lead for Enterprise & IT, a practice that supports clients with all aspects of their strategic planning, business development, market entry and customer relationships.

Jenalea holds a Masters of Business degree in from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelor’s in Public Relations from the University of Texas at Austin.


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Medical IoT Market Brief - 2018

This Medical IoT Market Brief has been developed by a team of analysts specializing in medical devices and healthcare IT, connectivity and IoT and business models.

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices Enterprise & IT Mobile & Telecom
IoT Platforms Scorecard - 2017

This scorecard examines the vendor landscape for providers of merchant Connectivity Management Platforms (CMPs), a subset of the larger Internet of Things (IoT) platform market.

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Enterprise & IT Mobile & Telecom
Utilities Offer Leadership in Smart City Development

As cities create intelligent connected ecosystems, utility providers are in a unique position to help drive development as they own many of the assets that are being leveraged. In 2016, 25% of all smart city projects worldwide are focused on energy and resource efficiency. The smart utility network comes into focus for electricity, gas, and water, where there is a strong amount of integration between the utilities and city government, providing the utilities the opportunity to bring leadership in implementing new organizational models that are empowered to adopt connected technology and also help the city overcome challenges of interoperability between communication networks when developing wider projects.

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Enterprise & IT Building, Home & City Technology
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