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The world is going digital, driven by near-ubiquitous connectivity, continually decreasing costs in processing and sensor solutions, and the internet’s ability to facilitate communication among electronic devices. In addition, we’re all trying to navigate IoT—a technological evolution based on how connected devices can enhance communication, automate complex industrial processes, make cities and homes smarter, and provide a wealth of information for processing into useful actions aimed at making our lives easier.

Be equipped to take advantage of the IoT’s many exciting opportunities with our thorough analysis and data on wired and wireless connectivity technologies. Coverage encompasses the role of high-speed and low-power connectivity, the impact on cellular M2M markets and the ecosystems, software and services that need to be in place to realize the IoT’s full potential.
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  • Tanner Johnson | October 07, 2018
    Unfortunately, no vertical market has remained immune from the harmful aftermath of a successful cyber attack or data breach. The situation is only exacerbated with regards to the Internet of Things (IoT), as the sheer volume of these devices continues to grow with each passing year. The IoT device explosion has seen a proportionate growth of the cyber threat landscape due to the new attack vectors that many insecure IoT devices can introduce into the ecosystem. Furthermore, the industrial markets that comprise our critical infrastructure have routinely found themselves in the crosshairs of potential cyber-criminals and data thieves.
  • Sam Lucero, Alex West | October 03, 2018
    While GE’s challenges are specific to the company, and not reflective of any negative trends in the wider IIoT platforms market, there is a question in the market as to whether traditional industrial equipment vendors are optimally-positioned to compete in providing IIoT platforms.
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  • Abel Nevarez, Richard Webb | September 24, 2018
    In the era of ubiquitous connectivity, people will not only consume vast amounts of data but stay continuously connected across more devices and platforms. But what will become of WiFi as an access technology? What role will WiFi play when 5G promises near-instant connectivity across several applications? Will WiFi disappear into the mobile ether? Clients, please log in to view the full content.
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Complete perspectives and insight into the cellular IoT market, including up-to-date forecasts and detailed reports on key market topics and trends. Insights guided by IHS Markit end-to-end mobile perspectives across the entire telecom market.
Detailed look into connectivity technologies including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, FM and Ethernet. The expanding world of connected devices is more diverse as original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) integrate multiple connectivity technologies in a widening range of consumer and enterprise devices alike.
The Industrial IoT Intelligence Service delivers quarterly reports with detailed analysis of key trends and supplier activity in addition to monthly newsletters highlighting key developments and the Factory of the Future series of reports.
The lone source for comprehensive coverage of the connectivity technologies used for IoT, covering more than 25 connectivity technologies in 34 IoT application segments.
A key challenge facing IoT developers and adopters is the complexity inherent in creating and managing IoT applications. IoT platforms are software and services that reduce this complexity by abstracting away from developers and users many of the horizontal features and functionality common to IoT applications across a range of use cases and verticals. However, there are hundreds of IoT platform vendors currently. This intelligence service sizes and forecasts the IoT platform market, and provides an assessment of the strategic issues and trends impacting the market.
Close tracking of the key metrics for relevant players in low-power wireless systems and technologies. Individual technologies vary in their adoption by application area, with some being more suited to specifc applications than others. The service explores the market for a range of key low-power wireless technologies and their adoption in each application area.
One of the major challenges facing cities today is the increase in worldwide urban population, and the inevitable strain this puts on city systems and resources. This service examines provides complete and thorough assessment of the various technologies, major players and overall market dynamics underlying smart cities, which are emerging in response to an increasingly urbanized world dealing with scarce resources.

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  • Julian Watson | October 17, 2018
    IHS Markit has developed a series of case studies analyzing the implementation of IoT across a range of verticals, such as agriculture, healthcare, logistics, smart home and many others.
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  • October 08, 2018
    This Smart City Profile is one of a series produced as part of the IHS Smart Cities Intelligence Service. These dedicated studies are designed to complement the group’s already extensive research portfolio by providing in-depth analysis on market development at the individual city level. These profiles provide a valuable bench-marking tool for clients active in the global smart cities market.
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  • Edition Year: 2018-2019
    Jesus Gonzalez | September 28, 2018
    This study, in its eighth edition examines the world market for critical communications broadband and data solutions. The broadband market continues to expand across multiple verticals as users demand high bandwidth solutions to facilitate applications such as video streaming, internet access and advanced mapping.
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  • Formerly Connectivity in Consumer, Mobile & IT Market Tracker
    Christian Kim, Yogita Kanesin | October 10, 2018
    The expanding world of connected devices is becoming more diverse as original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) integrate multiple connectivity technologies in a widening range of both consumer and enterprise devices...
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  • Sam Lucero, Christian Kim | October 08, 2018
    Up-to-date, global forecasts on cellular IoT connections and cellular IoT module shipments as well as insight into the cellular IoT competitive environment.
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  • Julian Watson | October 08, 2018
    The IoT Vertical Market Sizing Tool is designed to measure connectable or IoT device shipments across key verticals, applications and regions for IoT. Beginning with our Q2 2017 edition, we sized five verticals: Connected & Smart Home, Personal IoT, Connected Car, Medical IoT and Industrial IoT. We added Smart Cities in Q3 2017
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  • Chicago, USA
    Paul Bremner | June 08, 2018
    McCormick Place in Chicago hosted 2018’s Lightfair trade show, “the world’s largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference”.
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  • Frankfurt, Germany
    Paul Bremner, Wang Shen, Bryan Montany | April 13, 2018
    Light+Building, the world’s largest trade fair for lighting and building service technology, welcomed more than 2,700 exhibitors from 55 countries, across more than 260,000 square meters spread ove 25 halls.
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  • London, UK
    Paul Bremner | November 30, 2017
    LuxLive, Europe’s biggest annual lighting event, once again welcomed industry attendees to the ExCel Exhibition Centre, with attendees ranging from consulting engineers and advisors, to infrastructure owners and operators, and electrical distributors.
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  • Icon Executive Director, Enterprise & IT
    Mr. Bill Morelli is the executive responsible for the Enterprise & IT research practice within the technology group at IHS Markit. He leads the team of analysts covering Transformative Technologies, including AI, cloud & virtualization, and IoT among others.
  • Icon Research Director, IoT Connectivity and Smart Cities
    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.
  • Icon Senior Principal Analyst, IoT Platforms
    Sam Lucero is a seasoned industry analyst with over 16 years of experience analyzing telecommunications and networking technology markets. His current area of research focus centers on the Internet of Things (IoT) platforms market.
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