ICT: Internet of Things (IoT) Embedded Systems Market Research

IoT Market research analyzes the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0), Cyber-Physical Systems, evolution of the Internet of Things (IoT) embedded in Smart Environments and Platforms. Information and Communication Technology or ICTs allow users to participate in a rapidly changing world in which work and other activities are increasingly transformed by access to varied and developing technologies. 

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Date of Publication: Aug 17, 2017
This study outlines IDC Canada's forecast for the Canadian information, communications, and technology (ICT) market for the 2017–2021 forecast period. The Canadian ICT market hit a milestone in 2016 as it goes through a transition to the 3rd Platform. For the first time, ever, Canadian ICT spending surpassed C$100 billion last year. By 2021, the end of our current forecast period, ICT spending will be dominated by 3rd Platform and innovation accelerator technologies, making the Canadian market look very different than it does today.

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Date of Publication: Jun 18, 2017
This study is a translation of the Japanese document that analyzes the current situation on IoT spending and forecasts the spending from 2017 to 2021 in the IoT market for the four technology groups further divided into technical elements (a total of 10 elements), while focusing on the "key use cases" (a total of 36 applications) as defined by IDC. This study also provides recommendations to vendors involved in the IoT business.

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Date of Publication: Sep 28, 2017

This study provides an update to IDC's worldwide IoT market outlook at a regional and technology level. It provides forecast on the installed base by region as well as spend projections from both a regional and a technology split perspective. This document also highlights key considerations for technology suppliers in this evolving and complex market as well as some of the drivers and inhibitors of growth throughout the forecast period.


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Date of Publication: Jun 2, 2016
This IDC Presentation provides insights into the use of Internet of Things (IoT) in ASEAN manufacturing. It covers the macrotrends in manufacturing, technology investments across the various manufacturing value chains, business priorities and drivers driving IoT technology, and several case studies on IoT diffusion in ASEAN manufacturing. The report also provides a set of key actionable recommendations for manufacturing organizations/end users and IT vendors/service providers.

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Date of Publication: Apr 18, 2016
This study forecasts VR and AR in three major hardware buckets. The first is screenless viewers, which strap a smartphone screen to a person's face. The second is tethered head-mounted displays (HMDs), which connect to general-purpose compute device such as a smartphone, PC, or console. The third is standalone HMDs, which have the necessary, compute power integrated into the display or attached to it. Each of these categories will have a role to play in growth of the broader AR/VR market.

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Date of Publication: Dec 15, 2015
This presentation provides an analysis of the drivers and priorities for ICT spending for the manufacturing sector in Canada. This Presentation draws on IDC's surveys of CIOs and line-of-business executives across the Canadian market as well as discussions across both IT users and the supply side of the market to provide a map of where short- and long-term opportunities can be found. It highlights the imperatives for spending that exist across the market at present.

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Date of Publication: Dec 15, 2015
Governments around the world are under pressure to improve the end-to-end citizen experience, optimize resource allocation, and reimagine the way their employees work. The Canadian government ICT sector is in the midst of a decade of adjustment, and it is a substantial market for technology vendors of all stripes. IDC estimates that the ICT opportunity will expand to $9.4 billion in 2019 from $8.5 billion in 2014, excluding the healthcare and education subcategories within the public sector. Technology vendors should keep in mind that government is far from homogeneous — procurement models are changing and certain subsectors are accelerating into their future with the use of 3rd Platform technologies like mobility, analytics, cloud computing, and social business.