Internet of Things (IoT) Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017 to 2023

Internet of Things (IoT) Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017 to 2023

WinterGreen, Date of Publication: Apr 20, 2017, 678 Pages
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Worldwide Internet of Things (IoT) markets are poised to achieve significant growth with the use of sensors, cameras, and platforms that are used to help implement precision digital control and send alerts for all manner or management of devices and machinery. Visualization and digitization let people better control any device or mechanical thing.  

Providers of Industrial IoT aim to implement asset efficiency solutions.  Designing the asset efficiency solution, developing the application, adapting advanced engineering knowledge for the use cases, and supplying the information platform is the composite task of the analytics engine. IBM is a premier supplier of an analytics engine with its Watson product.  

There is enormous variety in the Internet of things markets. Bosch supplies industrial IoT sensor technology, acquiring data from the edge, providing device management. Scalability is achieved by the Bosch IoT Suite and ProSyst IoT middleware. The Vorto code generator enables M2M modelling. PTC supplies the Thingworx Application Enablement Platform (AEP), used for creating dashboards, widgets and other user interface elements.  Intel provides the Moon Island Gateway used for data aggregation at the edge, as well as horizontal infrastructure in collaboration with HP.

Hitachi analytics is used to diagnose manufacturing process. Hitachi uses its analytics platform to integrate production and sensor data outputs to help visualize, analyze and diagnose a manufacture polymer mixing problems.  A polymer mixing process was said to be producing inconsistent output quality, with yields dipping to 50%.  Hitachi addressed the scrapping of poor batches and huge costs by addressing ever-changing product specifications and variations in a range of production parameters.  Using IoT and the analytics platform, production engineers were able to stabilize the process even as new product formulations were introduced.  

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the next Industrial Revolution. It will impact the way all businesses, governments, and consumers interact with the physical world. 1 Gbps and 10 Gbps speed has been used in data centers for years. The jump to 40 Gbps and 100 Gbps has come rapidly as a result of the need to increase the quantity of data managed inside the data center with more analytics and more applications. Many of the Cloud 2.0 mega data centers have moved to 100 Gbps, presaging the move to 400 Gbps.

One reason for the increase in speed is the growth of data consumption, attributed to smartphones, social media, video streaming, Internet of Things (IoT), and big data. Big pipes are used to cope with the huge quantities of data that are being transferred.

Users, partners, suppliers and other mega-datacenters communicate using digital systems that are automated and self-healing. The effect on the business is compelling, managers have much more responsibility to create maps of strategy and work with IT to see that developers tune the software to fit the current competitive environment.  

The explosion of data comes from smart phone apps and IoT digital onslaught of streaming data that needs to be processed in real time to look for anomalies, look for change, set alerts, and provide automated response to shifts.  

“Transparency is one of the benefits of IoT that sensors bring to digital controls. The benefits of digital manufacturing, farming, and automotive vehicles are higher productivity and more efficient use of resource.   Transparency in is being asked for by consumers. Consumers want to know where their food came from, how much water and chemicals were used in food preparation, and when and how the food was harvested and transported. They want to know about consistent refrigeration during transport.”

Use of IoT sensors and cameras represents a key milestone in provision of value to every industry.  Customized cameras are used to take photos and videos with stunning representations. Digital controls will further automate flying and driving, making ease of use, flight stability, and automated cars a reality.  New materials and new designs are bringing that transformation forward.  By furthering innovation, IoT continued growth is assured.  

The worldwide market for Internet of Things (IoT) is $16.3 billion in 2016 anticipated to reach $185.9 billion by 2023. Sensors and software analytics platforms are implemented with connectivity capability for streaming data from endpoints and using analytics to process the data in a manner that generates alerts when appropriate.  The complete report provides a comprehensive analysis of Internet of Things (IoT) in different categories, illustrating the diversity of uses for digital tracking devices in industry, healthcare and consumer markets.  Analytics makes the images more cogent to everyone, farmers, doctors, machine operators, the uses of IoT are quite diverse.  Letting people anticipate problems that only become visible to humans days or weeks after the sensors and images detect issues is a fundamental aspect of IoT, along with generating apocopate levels of alerts. Not too many and not too few.

The 2017 study has 678 pages, 240 tables and figures.

Market Leaders

  • IBM
  • Amazon
  • Google
  • GE
  • Intel
  • Verizon
  • Microsoft
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • Cisco
  • Samsung
  • Huawei
  • AT&T
  • SAP
  • Siemens
  • Softbank / Arm / Sprint
  • Apple
  • PTC
  • Bosch

Selected Market Participants

  • Aerialtronics
  • Adobe
  • Amazon
  • Apple
  • AutoDesk
  • AutoDesk CAD-in-the-Cloud
  • Bosch
  • Cisco Systems
  • Digi Inter
  • national
  • Cybus
  • Enevo Oy Technologies
  • Essence
  • General Electric GE
  • GE Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Google
  • Google / Nest Learning
  • Thermostat
  • Google Chromecast
  • Health Slam -IoT Slam
  • Huawei
  • Huawei Partners with China
  • Telecom, Shenzhen Gas On Smart
  • Utility
  • IBM Corporation
  • Infineon Technologies AG
  • Infineon Chip Card & Security
  • Intel Corporation
  • Intel Acquires Mobileye
  • Internet of Things Community
  • KT
  • Microsoft
  • Microsoft
  • Microsoft / Mojang AB Minecraft
  • Microsoft / Skype / GroupMe
  • Free Group Messaging
  • MuleSoft
  • Nokia
  • oneM2M
  • Panoramic Power
  • Oracle
  • PTC
  • Qualcomm
  • Samsung
  • Samsung Agreed to Buy Harman
  • Harman International Industries (ADITI TECHNOLOGIES)
  • SAP
  • Schaeffler
  • Sierra Wireless Business and
  • Innovation Development
  • Sigfox
  • Softbank
  • Softbank “IBM Watson”
  • Softbank Sprint
  • Softbank Yahoo
  • Fukuoka SoftBank HAWKS
  • Spirent
  • STMicroelectronics
  • Symantec / Norton
  • Symantec Creating Trusted
  • Interactions Online
  • Schneider Electric Software, Llc.
  • Uber
  • UIB
  • Zebra
  • ZTE

Key Topics

  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • IoT Endpoints
  • Universal IoT Platform
  • IoT Suite
  • Web Services
  • Blockchain Networks
  • Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Security and Energy Management
  • Healthcare
  • Transportation
  • Self Driving Cars
  • Agriculture IoT
  • Weather IoT
  • Financial IoT
  • Industrial IoT
  • Manufacturing IoT
  • Security IoT
  • Energy Management Internet of Things
  • IoT Security
  • Healthcare IoT
  • Wearable Technology
  • Self-Driving Cars
  • Connected Cars
  • Rail Transportation IoT
  • Sensor and Computing Configurations
  • Agricultural and Weather IoT
  • IoT chipsets

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Internet of Things (IoT) Executive Summary

Internet of Things (IoT) Market Driving Forces 31
IoT Technology Market Driving Forces 33
IoT Technology Market Challenges 34
Internet of Things (IoT) Market Shares 37
Internet of Things (IoT) Market Forecasts 39
IoT Market Opportunity Huge 39

1. Internet of Things (IoT): Market Description and Market Dynamics

1.1 IoT Sensor Types 41
1.1.1 IoT Monitoring Task 42
1.2 Internet of Things (IoT) Based on Standards 45
1.3 With IoT, APIs Are Used for Everything 45
1.3.1 IoT Use Cases 47
1.3.2 Application Integration for Siloed IoT Projects 50
1.3.3 Changing IoT Landscape Requires Platform Versatility 54
1.3.4 Adaptive Architecture 55
1.4 Internet of Things Revolution Dramatically Alters the Economy 56

2. Internet of Things (IoT) Market Shares and Forecasts

2.1 Internet of Things (IoT) Market Driving Forces 60
2.1.1 IoT Technology Market Driving Forces 62
2.1.2 IoT Technology Market Challenges 63
2.2 Internet of Things (IoT) Market Shares 66
2.2.1 Amazon Web Services 69
2.2.2 IBM Watson IoT 69
2.2.3 IBM Blockchain 70
2.2.4 Blockchain Networks Will Codify Trust At The Level Of The Individual Transaction 71
2.2.5 GE Wireless Sensor Networks 71
2.2.6 Microsoft Azure 72
2.2.7 Intel® Joule 72
2.2.8 HPE Universal IoT Platform 73
2.2.9 Cisco 74
2.2.10 Bosch IoT Suite 74
2.2.11 Huawei 74
2.2.12 AT&T 75
2.2.13 Verizon 75
2.2.14 Essence 76
2.3 Internet of Things (IoT) Market Forecasts 77
2.3.1 IoT Market Opportunity Huge 77
2.3.2 IoT Application Domain 83
2.3.3 IoT Unit Forecasts 84
2.3.4 Internet of Things Market Segments, Installed Base of Devices Reach 1 trillion by 2023 88
2.3.5 IoT Endpoint Forecasts 88
2.3.6 Internet of Things End Point Analysis 89
2.4 Internet of Things Market Segments: Security and Energy Management, Healthcare, Transportation and Self Driving Cars, Agriculture and Weather, Financial, Industrial and Manufacturing 90
2.5 Security and Energy Management Internet of Things Market 93
2.5.1 IoT Security Issues 93
2.5.1 IoT Security 96
2.6 Healthcare 98
2.6.1 Wearable Technology 101
2.6.2 Health care IoT: Reducing Patient Heart Disease Hospital Readmission 102
2.7 Self Driving Cars / Connected Cars / Transportation 105
2.7.1 Sensor and Computing Configurations for Cars Driving Themselves 108
2.7.2 Intel Targets Driverless Cars 110
2.8 Agricultural and Weather IoT 112
2.8.1 Agricultural Internet of Things (IoT) 113
2.8.2 Agriculture IoT Food Production Increases 115
2.8.3 Agriculture IoT: Global Shift to Use of Sensors 116
2.8.4 Agriculture Internet of Things: Venture Investment 117
2.8.5 Agriculture Internet of Things (IoT) Technology 118
2.8.6 IoT Crop Water Management 119
2.8.7 Precision Agriculture 120
2.8.8 Agricultural Drone Sensors 120
2.8.9 Integrated Pest Management or Control (IPM/C) – 122
2.8.10 Food Production and Food Safety 124
2.8.11 Agriculture IoT Animal Monitoring 125
2.8.12 Agriculture Internet of Things (IoT) Applications 125
2.8.13 CLAAS IoT Equipment 126
2.9 Industrial IoT 127
2.9.1 Intelligent Buildings Market 129
2.9.2 Industrial IoT Key Role in Asset Efficiency 131
2.9.3 Typical Providers of Industrial IoT Asset Efficiency Solutions 132
2.9.4 Hitachi Analytics Diagnose Manufacturing 132
2.9.5 Manufacturing IoT 134
2.10 Financial Internet of Things Market Segment 135
2.10.1 Google, Amazon, Facebook Banking and Insurance 137
2.11 IoT chipsets 138
2.11.1 Intel Targets Driverless Cars 139
2.11.2 Softbank Arm 140
2.12 IoT Data Use Forecasts 141
2.12.1 IoT ecosystem 143
2.12.2 Smart Cities Internet of Things (IoT) 143
2.12.3 M to M 146
2.13 Mid IR Sensor Market Forecasts 149
2.13.1 Mid IR Sensors Positioned To Provide Wavelength Tunability And High Optical Power 151
2.13.1 Mid IR Sensors Market Forecasts, Units 152
2.13.2 Mid IR Sensors: Dollars and Units, High End, Mid Range, and Low End, Shipments, Worldwide, 2016-2022 154
2.13.3 Mid IR Spectrum Unit Size Categories 156
2.13.4 IoT Sensor Applications 157
2.13.5 ECqcL Expressed As A QC Semiconductor Chip 160
2.14 Internet of Things (IoT) Regional Analysis 161
2.14.1 Washington, D.C. Lab For Internet Of Things 162
2.14.2 Australia 163
2.14.3 Brazil 164
2.14.4 India 165
2.14.5 India Cotton Infestation 165
2.14.6 Argentina 166
2.14.7 Europe's IoT Policy 167
2.14.8 Spain 169
2.14.9 Asia-Pacific 170
2.14.10 China 170
2.14.11 Vicious Circle Of Constraints Affecting China’s Seed Industry 171
2.14.12 South America 173
2.14.13 Global IoT Monetization Market: Geographical Evaluation 173

3. Internet of Things IoT Product Description

3.1 IBM 174
3.1.1 IBM Global Investment of $3 billion to Bring Watson Cognitive Computing to IoT 176
3.1.2 IBM Watson IoT 178
3.1.3 Partnership Between Visa and IBM Watson for IoT Automated Payments 179
3.1.4 Schaeffler Transforms its Industrial Business with Watson IOT: 182
3.1.5 IBM / Schaeffler Partnership Has Focus On Optimizing Maintenance In The Wind Energy Sector 184
3.1.6 IBM / Schaeffler Digitized Monitoring And Optimization Of Trains: 185
3.1.7 IBM / Schaeffler Connected Vehicles: 185
3.1.8 IBM / Schaeffler Industry 4.0 for Tooling Machines: 185
3.1.9 IBM / Schaeffler Connected Equipment Operations Center: 186
3.1.10 IBM Watson IoT Used by Aerialtronics: 186
3.1.11 IBM / Aerialtronics IoT Aviation Crowd Safety: 190
3.1.12 IBM / Aerialtronics IoT Aviation Damage Assessment: 191
3.1.13 IBM Watson IoT Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Cognitive Systems: 192
3.1.14 IBM Watson IoT and Blockchain Services Offerings 193
3.1.15 IBM Watson IoT Security Solutions and Services 194
3.1.16 IBM Watson IoT Natural Language Interface: 194
3.1.17 IBM Watson IoT Cognitive IoT Developer Best Practice: 194
3.1.18 IBM IoT, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Unified Messaging 195
3.1.19 IBM Collaborating with Unified Inbox, Intelligent IoT Messaging Company 196
3.1.20 IBM IoT Blockchain Distributed Replication 197
3.1.21 IBM Integrates Watson IoT Platform with Blockchain Transaction Record Creation and Transfer 199
3.1.22 IBM Supply Chain IoT 201
3.1.23 Web Transactions Implemented by IBM Blockchain 203
3.1.24 IBM Blockchain Interactions 209
3.1.25 IBM Use Cases for IoT and Blockchain 210
3.1.26 IBM IoT Blockchain Regulatory Compliance 212
3.1.27 IBM Blockchain Networks Codify Trust At The Level Of The Individual Transaction 213
3.2 Intel 216
3.2.1 Intel® IoT Gateway Technology 219
3.2.2 Intel® RealSense™ Camera (R200) 220
3.3 Microsoft IoT 222
3.3.1 Microsoft IoT Remote Monitoring 224
3.3.2 Microsoft Internet of Things (IoT) 225
3.3.3 Microsoft Azure IoT Suite 226
3.3.4 Microsoft Azure IoT Hub Fully-Managed Service 228
3.3.5 Microsoft, Corzotech Starter Kits 229
3.4 Hewlett HP IoT 230
3.4.1 Hewlett Packard Idea Economy 230
3.4.2 HPE Universal IoT Platform 231
3.4.3 HPE Universal IoT Platform Communication And Media Solutions 231
3.4.4 HPE Universal IoT Platform Architecture 233
3.4.5 HPE IoT Network Interworking Proxy 234
3.4.6 HPE IoT Data Analytics 235
3.4.7 HPE IoT Application Studio in DSC 235
3.4.8 HPE IoT Data Monetization 236
3.4.9 Hewlett Packard IoT Ford Motor Company 239
3.4.10 Hewlett Packard and Dubai Police IoT 239
3.4.11 Hewlett Packard Smart Cities IoT 240
3.4.12 HPE IAV IoT 241
3.5 Apple 241
3.5.1 Apple Internet of Things HomeKit Platform 243
3.5.2 Apple IoT 245
3.6 Google 247
3.6.1 Google Nest 247
3.6.2 Google / Nest Protect 247
3.6.3 Google / Nest Safety History 248
3.6.4 Google / Nest Learning Thermostat 250
3.6.5 Google Chromecast 251
3.7 Cisco 252
3.7.1 Cisco IoT System Digital Transformation 252
3.7.2 Cisco Bringing Integration, Analytics, And Security to IoT 254
3.7.3 Cisco Fog Computing Software and Hardware 256
3.7.4 Cisco IOx 257
3.7.5 Cisco IoT Fog Applications 258
3.7.6 Cisco Cloud to Fog 259
3.7.7 Cisco Fog Delivers Business Outcomes 260
3.7.8 Cisco Connected Analytics Solutions: 261
3.7.9 Cisco Potential For Countries To Prosper 267
3.8 Samsung 269
3.8.1 Samsung Artik Cloud 270
3.8.2 Samsung Artik Modules Tightly-Integrated 270
3.8.3 Samsung Smart Home Cloud API 271
3.8.4 Samsung Smart Home Cloud API Specification 271
3.8.5 Samsung Hub And Cloud Infrastructure 274
3.8.6 Samsung Partner Apps Feature of S Health 276
3.8.7 Samsung Human-Centered IoT 277
3.8.8 Samsung C-Lab Innovation: Helping Golfers Perfect Their Swings 278
3.8.9 Samsung C-Lab Innovations 280
3.9 AutoDesk 285
3.9.1 AutoDesk: Manufacturing No Longer About Making Physical Products 286
3.9.2 Elastic Compute Power Available In The Cloud 287
3.10 Zebra 288
3.11 SAP 289
3.11.1 SAP IoT and Machine-To-Machine (M2M) Technology 289
3.11.2 SAP Industrial Internet of Things 289
3.11.3 SAP Manufacturing: Connecting the Top Floor to the Shop Floor 291
3.11.4 SAP IoT Solutions by Industry 291
3.12 Siemens 302
3.12.1 IoT Technical Standards Embraced by Siemens 303
3.12.2 Siemens IoT for Railroads 304
3.12.3 Siemens Contends with US Train Budgets 305
3.12.4 Siemens Intelligent Gateway For Industrial IoT Solutions 306
3.12.5 Siemens Gateway for Simatic IOT2040 Reliable and Open Platform 308
3.12.6 Siemens Gateway for Simatic IOT2040 Reliable and Open Platform Retrofitting Capability 310
3.12.7 Siemens IoT Data: Driver for Industrie 4.0 Scosystem 312
3.12.8 Siemens Open Cloud: Paving the Way for Smart Data Analytics 312
3.13 Bosch Software Innovation 314
3.13.1 Bosch IoT Suite 314
3.13.2 Bosch IoT Suite Supports Innovative Business Models 315
3.13.3 Bosch IoT Suite Services - Internet of Things Scenarios 317
3.13.4 Bosch Vision for the Internet of Things (IoT) 323
3.13.5 Bosch Investment in Production Performance Management Protocol (PPMP) 324
3.14 Huawei Technologies 330
3.14.1 Huawei Transport Network 336
3.15 Harman International Industries (ADITI Technologies) 337
3.15.1 Harman IoT Platform Supports Intelligent Navigation 338
3.15.2 Harman Telematics 340
3.15.3 Harman Connected Safety Offerings 341
3.16 Enevo Oy Technologies 341
3.16.1 Enevo Oy Technologies Waste Collection Solution 341
3.16.2 Enevo Product Partnership 342
3.17 Infineon Technologies 343
3.18 Symantec Corporation 343
3.19 Schneider Electric Software, Llc. 345
3.19.1 Schneider Electric Smart Cities 346
3.19.2 Schneider Electric Asset Management 346
3.19.3 Schneider Electric Microsoft, Featured Partner 346
3.20 Apple IoT 347
3.21 AT&T 348
3.22 Softbank 358
3.22.1 SoftBank ARM Acquisition Brings Internet of Things 358
3.22.2 SoftBank to Roll Out ‘LoRaWAN™’ Low Power Wide Area Network 359
3.22.3 SoftBank IoT Environment Industry Sectors 360
3.22.4 SoftBank Builds a LoRaWAN™ Ecosystem. 361
3.22.5 Overview of LoRaWAN™ 363
3.22.6 SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son Sees 1 Trillion Devices for Internet of Things 366
3.22.7 SoftBank Sees Massive MIMO as Key Part of Its 5G Project 367
3.23 Uber 368
3.23.1 Uber Purchases AI Startup, Creates Machine Learning Lab 368
3.24 oneM2M 369
3.24.1 IoT to Expand with oneM2M Specifications 369
3.24.2 Global IoT Standards from oneM2M 370
3.25 Symantec / Norton Core Router 371
3.26 Kaptivo 372
3.27 Oracle 377
3.28 Schlage IoT Devices 378
3.29 AGCO 378
3.30 Alibaba Group in Shanghai 380
3.31 Essence 380

4. Internet of Things (IoT) Research and Technology

4.1 Internet of Things (IoT) Research and Technology 382
4.2 IoT Common Standards 383
4.2.1 oneM2M Standards Initiative 383
4.2.2 oneM2M Consists Of Eight Of The World's Preeminent Standards Development Organizations 384
4.2.3 IoT Standards Ecosystem Growth 386
4.2.4 Unified Communication Standards 387
4.3 Edge Computing 388
4.4 European Union Research & Innovation 389
4.4.1 IoT Large Scale Pilots (LSPs) for Testing and Deployment 391
4.4.2 Release 2 from oneM2M. 391
4.5 Wearable Technology 393
4.6 Blockchain 398
4.6.1 IBM Blockchain Fabric Uses the Linux Foundation Hyperledger Open Source Project 399
4.7 Connected Home Camera Technology 399
4.7.1 Connected Home Camera Cloud Technology 399
4.8 IFTTT 401
4.8.1 Wireless Technology 401
4.9 Wireless Communication Standards 401
4.9.1 Google / Nest / Thread 402
4.10 IBM and Texas Instruments Collaboratively Develop Lifecycle-Management for IoT Devices 404
4.10.1 IBM and Semtech 406
4.10.2 Lantronix Python Support For Its Intelligent Device Software Platform 407

5. Internet of Things (IoT) Company Profiles

5.1 Aerialtronics 408
5.2 Adobe 408
5.3 Amazon 410
5.3.1 Amazon Business 410
5.3.2 Amazon Competition 410
5.3.3 Amazon Description 412
5.3.4 Amazon Revenue 416
5.4 Apple 417
5.4.1 Apple / AuthenTec 418
5.4.2 Authentec Revenue Recognition – Smart Sensors 420
5.4.3 Apple 421
5.4.4 Apple Business Strategy 422
5.4.5 Apple Products 423
5.4.6 Apple iPhone 423
5.4.7 Apple Mac Hardware Products 424
5.4.8 Apple iPod 425
5.4.9 Apple iTunes® 425
5.4.10 Apple Mac App Store 426
5.4.11 Apple iCloud 426
5.4.12 Apple Software Products and Computer Technologies 427
5.4.13 Apple Operating System Software iOS 427
5.4.14 Apple Mac OS X 427
5.4.15 Apple Third-Largest Mobile Phone Maker 427
5.4.16 Apple Revenue 428
5.4.17 Apple Revenue 430
5.5 AutoDesk 432
5.5.1 AutoDesk CAD-in-the-Cloud 435
5.6 Bosch 436
5.7 Cisco Systems 437
5.7.1 Cisco Business 437
5.7.2 Cisco Strategy and Focus Areas 438
5.7.3 Cisco Leverages Market Transitions 440
5.7.4 Cisco Addresses Digital Transformation 441
5.7.5 Cisco Software-Defined Networking 443
5.7.6 Cisco Cloud Strategy 444
5.7.7 Cisco Switching 444
5.7.8 Cisco Spark 447
5.7.9 Cisco Data Center 447
5.7.10 Cisco UCS Mini Edge Of The Network Solution 449
5.7.11 Cisco Competition 450
5.7.12 Cisco Revenue 452
5.8 Digi International 453
5.9 Cybus 453
5.10 Enevo Oy Technologies 454
5.11 Essence 455
5.12 General Electric 459
5.12.1 GE Revenues 462
5.12.2 GE Wireless Sensor Networks 463
5.12.3 GE's XMTC Thermal Conductivity Transmitter 467
5.12.4 GE's 300 Pressure Series Sensors 468
5.12.5 GE Applications for Wireless Sensor Networks 468
5.13 Google 472
5.13.1 Google Revenue 472
5.13.2 Google 473
5.13.3 Google Search Technology 474
5.13.4 Google Recognizes World Is Increasingly Mobile 474
5.13.5 Google Nest 475
5.13.6 Google / Nest Safety History 476
5.13.7 Google / Nest Learning Thermostat 478
5.13.8 Google Chromecast 479
5.14 Health Slam - IoT Slam 480
5.15 Huawei 480
5.15.1 Huawei 2016 Business 480
5.15.2 Huawei Smart Devices 482
5.15.3 Huawei Regional Strengths 482
5.15.4 Huawei Building Cloud Ecosystem 483
5.15.5 Huawei Adopting a Product + Service Strategy 484
5.15.6 Huawei Vision & Mission 486
5.15.7 Huawei Strategy 486
5.15.8 Huawei Corporate Governance 487
5.15.9 Huawei Research & Development 487
5.15.10 Huawei Cyber Security 487
5.15.11 Huawei Partners with China Telecom, Shenzhen Gas On Smart Utility 487
5.16 IBM Corporation 488
5.16.1 IBM IoT Strategy 488
5.16.2 IBM Cloud Computing 490
5.16.3 IBM Business Model 491
5.16.4 IBM 492
5.16.5 IBM Messaging Extension for Web Application Pattern 492
5.16.6 IBM MobileFirst 492
5.16.7 IBM Business Analytics and Optimization Strategy 493
5.16.8 IBM Growth Market Initiatives 493
5.16.9 IBM Business Analytics and Optimization 494
5.16.10 IBM Strategy Addresses Volatility of Information Technology (IT) Systems 495
5.16.11 IBM Smarter Planet 496
5.17 Infineon Technologies AG 497
5.17.1 Automotive 498
5.17.2 Infineon Industrial Power Control 498
5.17.3 Infineon Power Management & Multimarket 499
5.17.4 Infineon Chip Card & Security 499
5.18 Intel Corporation 500
5.18.2 Intel Company Strategy 501
5.18.3 Intel In The Internet Of Things Market Segment 503
5.18.4 Intel Competitive Advantages 504
5.18.5 Intel Acquires Mobileye 505
5.19 Internet of Things Community 505
5.20 KT 506
5.21 Microsoft 507
5.21.1 Microsoft Revenue 507
5.22 Microsoft 507
5.22.1 Microsoft / Mojang AB Minecraft 507
5.22.2 Microsoft Reportable Segments 508
5.22.3 Microsoft Revenue by Segment 510
5.22.4 Skype and Microsoft 511
5.22.5 Microsoft / Skype / GroupMe Free Group Messaging 512
5.22.6 Microsoft SOA 513
5.22.7 Microsoft .Net Open Source 515
5.22.8 Microsoft Revenue 516
5.23 MuleSoft 517
5.24 Nokia 518
5.24.1 Nokia IMPACT IoT Platform 520
5.25 oneM2M 523
5.26 Panoramic Power 524
5.26.1 Panoramic Power's Wireless, Self-Powered Snap & Play Sensors 524
5.26.2 Panoramic Power Bridge 528
5.27 Oracle 529
5.28 PTC 530
5.29 Qualcomm 530
5.29.1 Qualcomm Standards and Industry Organizations Group 531
5.30 Samsung 533
5.30.1 Samsung Finds Talent And Adapts Technology To Create Products 534
5.30.2 Samsung Adapts to Change, Samsung Embraces Integrity 535
5.30.3 Samsung Telecom Equipment Group 536
5.30.4 Samsung Memory Over Logic 537
5.30.5 Samsung Agreed to Buy Harman 538
5.30.6 Harman International Industries (ADITI TECHNOLOGIES) 538
5.31 SAP 539
5.31.1 SAP Easier IoT Adoption: 539
5.32 Schaeffler 540
5.33 Sierra Wireless Business and Innovation Development 541
5.33.1 Sierra Wireless Modules 541
5.34 Sigfox 542
5.34.1 Sigfox Secures New Funding, Eyes Rapid Network Expansion 542
5.35 Softbank 543
5.35.1 SoftBank Segments 543
5.35.2 Softbank Personal Brain “IBM Watson” 545
5.35.3 Softbank Sprint Segment 545
5.35.4 Softbank Yahoo Japan Segment 546
5.35.5 Softbank E-Commerce Business 547
5.35.6 Softbank Distribution Segment 548
5.35.7 Fukuoka SoftBank HAWKS Related Business and Other Businesses 550
5.35.8 SoftBank ARM Acquisition Brings Internet of Things 551
5.36 Spirent 552
5.36.1 Spirent Wireless & Positioning 553
5.36.2 Spirent Service Assurance 553
5.37 STMicroelectronics 555
5.38 Symantec 558
5.38.1 Symantec / Norton 559
5.38.2 Norton Data-Driven Intelligence Network 560
5.38.3 Symantec / NortonHoneypots and Decoys 561
5.38.4 Symantec Security in Information-Driven World 563
5.38.5 Symantec Core Business Positioned for Growth 563
5.38.6 Symantec Acquires VeriSign Security Business 565
5.38.7 VeriSign Check Mark Signifying Trust Online 565
5.38.8 Symantec Creating Trusted Interactions Online 566
5.39 Schneider Electric Software, Llc. 567
5.40 Uber 569
5.41 UIB 569
5.42 Zebra 571
5.42.1 NFL And Zebra Technologies Expand On Third Year Of Game-Changing Partnership 574
5.42.2 Zebra Instrumented Football 574
5.42.3 Zebra Regional Analysis 577
5.43 ZTE 578
5.43.1 ZTE Demonstrates Smart NB-IoT solutions 578
5.44 Appendix A: Selected IoT Market Participants 579
5.44.1 Internet of Things Companies 2016 579
5.44.2 Amazon Web Services 579
5.44.3 AT&T 580
5.44.4 Axeda 580
5.44.5 Cisco 580
5.44.6 Facebook 581
5.44.7 General Electric 581
5.44.8 Google 581
5.44.9 HP 582
5.44.10 HP / Aruba Networks 582
5.44.11 IBM 582
5.44.12 Intel 582
5.44.13 Microsoft 583
5.44.14 oneM2M 583
5.44.15 Oracle 585
5.44.16 SAP 585
5.44.17 Salesforce.com 585
5.44.18 Qualcomm 586
5.44.19 Cleangrow’s Carbon Nanotube Probe 586
5.44.20 Temputech Wireless Sensor Monitoring – 586
5.44.21 India Cotton Infestation 587
5.44.22 IoT Speakers 590
5.44.23 More IoT Companies 623
5.44.24 IoT Startups 634
5.45 Construction Automation 648
5.46 Selected IoT and IoT Wireless Sensor Networking Companies 649

List of Figures

Figure 1. Internet of Things (IoT) Market Driving Forces 32
Figure 2. Key Areas Of The IoT Market 33
Figure 3. IoT Technology Market Driving Forces 34
Figure 4. IoT Technology Market Challenges 35
Figure 5. Internet of Things (IoT) Market Shares, Dollars, 2016 38
Figure 6. Internet of Things (IoT) Market Forecast, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2024 40
Figure 7. IoT Sensor Types 41
Figure 8. SAP Digital Machine-To-Machine (M2M) Technology 43
Figure 9. Cardiac Signal Segment 44
Figure 10. Internet of Things: API Use Case Focus 48
Figure 11. IoT Ecosystem Collaborations 49
Figure 12. IoT Platform Use Case Requirements 52
Figure 13. Changing IoT Landscape Requires Platform Versatility 54
Figure 14. IoT Community issues. 56
Figure 15. IoT Use Cases: 57
Figure 16. STMicroelectronics Internet of Things (IoT) Portfolio Of Building Blocks 57
Figure 17. STMicroelectronics Internet of Things (IoT) Wearables and Smart Home Applications 58
Figure 18. STMicroelectronics Internet of Things (IoT) Portfolio Of Applications 59
Figure 19. Internet of Things (IoT) Market Driving Forces 61
Figure 20. Key Areas Of The IoT Market 62
Figure 21. IoT Technology Market Driving Forces 63
Figure 22. IoT Technology Market Challenges 64
Figure 23. Internet of Things (IoT) Market Shares, Dollars, 2016 67
Figure 24. Internet of Things Market Shares Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 68
Figure 25. Intel IoT Watchdog Timer Can Help With Recovery 73
Figure 26. Essence: IoT Technology as Extension of Human Activity 76
Figure 27. Internet of Things (IoT) Market Forecast, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2024 78
Figure 28. Internet of Things Market Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017-2023 79
Figure 29. Characterizing IoT Solutions 79
Figure 30. IoT Smart Device Functions 80
Figure 31. Smart Phone Can Control More And More Devices 82
Figure 32. IoT Application Domains 83
Figure 33. Internet of Things (IoT) Market Forecast, Units, Worldwide, 2017-2024 84
Figure 34. Internet of Things Market Segments, Financial and Industrial and Web Wireless Apps, Dollars, Forecast, Worldwide, 2017-2023 85
Figure 35. Internet of Things Market Segments, Financial and Industrial and Web Wireless Apps, Units, Forecast, Worldwide, 2017-2023 86
Figure 36. Internet of Things Market Segments, Percent, Forecast, Worldwide, 2017-2023 87
Figure 37. Internet of Things Market Segments, Installed Base of Devices, Units, Forecast, Worldwide, 2017-2023 88
Figure 38. Internet of Things Market Segments, Security and Energy Management, Healthcare, Transportation and Self Driving Cars, Agriculture and Weather, Financial, Industrial and Manufacturing, Dollars, Forecast, Worldwide, 2017-2023 90
Figure 39. Internet of Things Market Segments, Security and Energy Management, Healthcare, Transportation and Self Driving Cars, Agriculture and Weather, Financial, Industrial and Manufacturing, Percent, Forecast, Worldwide, 2017-2023 91
Figure 40. Internet of Things Market Segment Analysis, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 and 2023 92
Figure 41. Security and Energy Management Internet of Things (IoT) Market Forecast, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2024 95
Figure 42. Security and Energy Management, Internet of Things Market Segment, Dollars, Forecast, Worldwide, 2017-2023 96
Figure 43. Healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) Market Forecast, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2024 100
Figure 44. Healthcare, Internet of Things Market Segments, Dollars, Forecast, Worldwide, 2017-2023 101
Figure 45. Transportation and Self Driving Cars Internet of Things (IoT) Market Forecast, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2024 106
Figure 46. Transportation and Self Driving Cars Internet of Things Market, Internet of Things Market Segments, Transportation and Self Driving Cars, Dollars, Forecast, Worldwide, 2017-2023 107
Figure 47. Sensor and Computing Configurations for Cars Driving Themselves 108
Figure 48. Agriculture and Weather Internet of Things (IoT) Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2024 112
Figure 49. Agriculture and Weather, Internet of Things Market Segments, Dollars, Forecast, Worldwide, 2017-2023 113
Figure 50. Two Billion Sensors Used In Farms Globally by End of Forecast Period 116
Figure 51. Agriculture Internet of Things: Venture Investment 117
Figure 52. Agricultural Sector The Technological Development of Internet of Things 119
Figure 53. Drone Low Altitude Tracking and Avoidance Systems 121
Figure 54. IoT Integrated Pest Management or Control 123
Figure 55. Pest Management & Control Fundamental Modules – 123
Figure 56. IoT Apple Sensing 124
Figure 57. Phenonet Project by Open IoT Performance Goals 125
Figure 58. CLAAS IoT Equipment 126
Figure 59. Industrial and Manufacturing Internet of Things (IoT) Market Forecast, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2024 128
Figure 60. Industrial and Manufacturing, Internet of Things Market Segment, Dollars, Forecast, Worldwide, 2017-2023 129
Figure 61. Hitachi Analytics Platform Integrates Production And Sensor Data Outputs In A Polymer Mixing Process 133
Figure 62. Financial Internet of Things (IoT) Market Forecast, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2024 136
Figure 63. Financial Internet of Things Market Segment, Dollars, Forecast, Worldwide, 2017-2023 137
Figure 64. Redtone Smart City Solutions 144
Figure 65. Redtone Smart City Worldwide Addressable Market: 145
Figure 66. Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Shipments, Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 150
Figure 67. Mid IR Sensor Total Market Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 152
Figure 68. Mid IR Sensor Market Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2016-2022 153
Figure 69. Mid IR Sensor Market Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2016-2022 154
Figure 70. Mid IR Sensors: Dollars And Units, High End, Mid-Range, And Low End, Shipments, Worldwide, 2016-2022 154
Figure 71. Mid IR Sensor Market Forecasts, High End, Mid-Range, And Low End Units, Worldwide, 2016-2022 157
Figure 72. Applications for Mid IR Sensors 158
Figure 73. Mid IR Sensor Applications Market Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 159
Figure 74. Internet of Things Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2016 161
Figure 75. Internet of Things (IoT) Regional Market Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 162
Figure 76. Digitizing European Industry Policy Initiatives: 168
Figure 77. IBM Global Headquarters for Watson IoT in Germany 175
Figure 78. IBM Watson IoT Sensor Locations 176
Figure 79. IBM IoT Technological Transformation 177
Figure 80. Connected Payments Product Categories 181
Figure 81. Aerialtronics Drone Inspection Data 187
Figure 82. Aerialtronics Drone Inspects Cell Tower Streams Images and Data 188
Figure 83. IBM Watson Internet of Things / Aerialtronics Commercial Drones 190
Figure 84. IBM IoT Topics 195
Figure 85. IBM Blockchain 198
Figure 86. IBM Flow Integration of Watson IoT Platform Implements Blockchain 200
Figure 87. IBM Supply Chain IoT Continuous Container Tracking 202
Figure 88. Web Transactions Implemented by IBM Blockchain 203
Figure 89. A Distributed IoT Shared Ledger Built On IBM Blockchain Offers Visibility, Trust, And Permanence 205
Figure 90. A Shared Ledger Built on Blockchain Offers Visibility, Trust, and Permanence 206
Figure 91. Blockchain Attributes Framework: 207
Figure 92. IBM Blockchain Interactions 209
Figure 93. IBM Use Cases for IoT and Blockchain 211
Figure 94. Selected IBM Blockchain Clients 214
Figure 95. IBM Blockchain Offerings 215
Figure 96. Intel® Joule™ Module 216
Figure 97. Intel IoT Watchdog Timer Can Help With Recovery 218
Figure 98. Intel IoT External Watchdog Timer 219
Figure 99. Intel® IoT Gateway Technology—Turn Data into Action: Video 220
Figure 100. Intel® RealSense™ Camera (R200) 221
Figure 101. Microsoft Azure IoT Suite 222
Figure 102. Microsoft Azure IOT Suite Functions 223
Figure 103. Microsoft IoT Predictive Maintenance Functions 224
Figure 104. Microsoft Protecting IoT Solutions Issues 225
Figure 105. Microsoft Azure Primary Security Areas 228
Figure 106. Azure IoT Suite 228
Figure 107. HPE Universal IoT Platform Benefits: 233
Figure 108. HPE IoT Monetization 237
Figure 109. Hewlett Packard IoT DS Virgin Racing Team Electric Car Efficiency 237
Figure 110. Hewlett Packard IoT Ford Motor Big Data, Cloud, and Security 239
Figure 111. Apple IoT Control Accessories in the Home: Security Systems, Appliances, Cameras And Door Locks. 242
Figure 112. Apple Aggregation of Devices to Be Controlled Using Scene System243
Figure 113. Schneider Electric Smart City Carson City Initiative 246
Figure 114. Google / Nest Learning Thermostat 250
Figure 115. Cisco IoT System Modules 253
Figure 116. Cisco IoT System Industry Sectors 254
Figure 117. Cisco IoT System Functions 255
Figure 118. Cisco IOx Features 258
Figure 119. Cisco IoT Analytics Infrastructure Functions: 259
Figure 120. Cisco Connected Streaming Analytics (CSA) Platform Features 262
Figure 121. Cisco Connected Streaming Analytics (CSA) Platform Functions 263
Figure 122. Cisco Connected Streaming Analytics Functions 264
Figure 123. Cisco Addresses Why Streaming Analytics Matter 265
Figure 124. Streaming Analytics Uses Within Enterprise Organization 266
Figure 125. Cisco Benefits of Connected Streaming Analytics 266
Figure 126. Cisco Country Digitization 268
Figure 127. Samsung SmartThings 269
Figure 128. Samsung Smart Home devices 272
Figure 129. Steps to integrate the Partner Cloud and Smart Home Cloud 273
Figure 130. Samsung Digital Health Service 276
Figure 131. Samsung IOFIT Smart Shoes 279
Figure 132. Samsung IOFIT Application 280
Figure 133. Samsung SHNL 281
Figure 134. Smart Wearable Healthcare Belt WELT 282
Figure 135. Samsung Home Security 283
Figure 136. Samsung Home Security Featured Products 283
Figure 137. AutoDesk: Manufacturing Eschews Making Physical Products 287
Figure 138. SAP Industrial Internet of Things 290
Figure 139. SAP Shop Floor IoT 290
Figure 140. SAP IoT Industries Targeted 291
Figure 141. SAP Business Intelligence 293
Figure 142. SAP IoT Positioning 294
Figure 143. SAP IoT Governance, Risk, and Compliance Management 295
Figure 144. SAP Predictive Analytics Benefits 296
Figure 145. SAP Predictive Modeling Functions 297
Figure 146. SAP Value of IoT Scoring 298
Figure 147. Power of Predictive Analytics with SAP Hana 299
Figure 148. The Power of Predictive Analytics with SAP HANA 300
Figure 149. SAP Internet Of Things (IOT) Product Categories 301
Figure 150. Siemens Perspective of Billions of Things, Trillions of Dollars 302
Figure 151. Siemens Intelligent Gateway 307
Figure 152. Siemens Gateway for Simatic IOT2040 Functions 308
Figure 153. Siemens Gateway for Simatic IOT2040 Reliable and Open Platform309
Figure 154. Siemens SIMATIC IOT2000 Interface to the ERP System and Communication of Automation Components 311
Figure 155. Cooperation Of Siemens With SAP To Create Open Cloud Platform Functions 313
Figure 156. Bosch IoT Suite Comprehensive Components 316
Figure 157. Software Services of the Bosch IoT Suite 317
Figure 158. Bosch IoT Suite Connecting Five Million Devices And Machines 318
Figure 159. Bosch IoT Suite Services 319
Figure 160. Bosch IoT Suite Device Connection Features 320
Figure 161. Bosch IoT Suite Device Connection Functions 321
Figure 162. Bosch IoT Global System Integrator Partnerships 321
Figure 163. Bosch IoT Technology Partners: 322
Figure 164. Bosch IoT Memberships 322
Figure 165. Bosch IoT Joint Research Ventures 322
Figure 166. Bosch Metrics for Optimization of Information from Machines and Devices 325
Figure 167. Bosch Guidelines for a One-Way Exchange of Information To Address Machine Messages And Measurements 326
Figure 168. Bosch IoT Project: Eclipse Unide Sensors Monitor Temperature, Vibration, Energy Consumption, and Wear 329
Figure 169. Huawei Technologies IoT Features 330
Figure 170. Huawei IoT Services Orchestration Functions: 332
Figure 171. Huawei Addresses Differentiated IoT Requirements 333
Figure 172. Huawei Addresses Differentiated IoT Functions 334
Figure 173. Huawei IoT Authentication Protocols 335
Figure 174. Huawei IoT Application & Benefits 336
Figure 175. Harman Embedded Infotainment Solutions Features 338
Figure 176. Symantec IoT Industries Targeted 344
Figure 177. AT&T IoT Control Center IoT Information Interconnection Management Features 349
Figure 178. ATT IoT Controller Center 350
Figure 179. ATT IoT Platform Functions 351
Figure 180. ATT M2X Benefits 352
Figure 181. ATT IoT Libraries and Devices 353
Figure 182. AT&T M2X Features 354
Figure 183. AT&T M2X Management Features 355
Figure 184. AT&T M2X Modules 356
Figure 185. AT&T IoT Services Help Maximize Uptime In The Manufacturing Industry 357
Figure 186. SoftBank IoT Environment Industry Sectors 361
Figure 187. Softbank LPWA Network Usage Examples 362
Figure 188. Softbank LoRa Alliance Solutions Definitions 364
Figure 189. SoftBank Partners for the LoRaWAN™ Network Deployment: 365
Figure 190. Norton Core Router 371
Figure 191. Kaptivo Electronic White Borad Features 373
Figure 192. Kaptivo Key Benefits: 374
Figure 193. Kaptivo Key Features: 375
Figure 194. Kaptivo Functions: 376
Figure 195. Essence Seamless Integration of Things and Lifestyle 381
Figure 196. IoT Chip Manufacturers Technology Suppliers 382
Figure 197. oneM2M Eight Of The World's Preeminent Standards Development Organizations 384
Figure 198. oneM2M Industry Fora Or Consortia 385
Figure 199. Unified Communication Standards 387
Figure 200. Wearable Technology Applications 393
Figure 201. Connected Home Camera Cloud Technology Features 400
Figure 202. Wireless Communication Standards 402
Figure 203. Thread Group Members Working To Develop An Ip-Based Wireless Networking Protocol For Connected-Home Products 403
Figure 204. Amazon Principal Competitive Factors In The Online Retail Business 411
Figure 205. Amazon Improving Customer Experience Functions 413
Figure 206. Amazon Ways To Achieve Efficiency In Technology For Operations415
Figure 207. Cisco Technology Foundation For Digital Transformation 442
Figure 208. Cisco Unified Computing System Portfolio Of Solutions Functions 448
Figure 209. Essence Partners 455
Figure 210. Essence IoT End-to-End Solutions 456
Figure 211. Essence IoT Smart Home Digital Offerings 457
Figure 212. Essence Multi-service IoT Platform Functions 457
Figure 213. Essence Security for Home and Going Beyond Security Features 458
Figure 214. Essence Home IoT Positioning 459
Figure 215. GE Operating Segments 459
Figure 216. GE Wireless Sensor Networks 466
Figure 217. GE Sensor Networks 471
Figure 218. Google / Nest Protect 475
Figure 219. Google / Nest Learning Thermostat 478
Figure 220. Internet of Things Community Functions 505
Figure 221. Microsoft Productivity and Business Processes Segment 508
Figure 222. Microsoft Intelligent Cloud Segment 509
Figure 223. Microsoft / Skype / GroupMe Free Group Messaging 512
Figure 224. Microsoft Service Orientated Architecture SOA Functions 514
Figure 225. oneM2M Use Cases And Requirements For A Common Set of Service Layer Capabilities; 523
Figure 226. Deploying Panoramic Power's Data Collection Sensors 525
Figure 227. Panoramic Power Wireless Device Features 527
Figure 228. Oracle IoT Positioning 529
Figure 229. Softbank Brightstar Specialized Wireless Industry Wholesaler Functions 549
Figure 230. STMicroelectronics Internet of Things (IoT) Portfolio Of Building Blocks 555
Figure 231. STMicroelectronics Internet of Things (IoT) Wearables and Smart Home Applications 556
Figure 232. STMicroelectronics Internet of Things (IoT) Portfolio Of Applications 557
Figure 233. Symantec / Norton Internet Security Image 559
Figure 234. Symantec Creating Trusted Interactions Online 566
Figure 235. Schneider Electric industrial software Solutions Functions 568
Figure 236. Zebra Application of IoT in Healthcare 572
Figure 237. Zebra IoT Healthcare Areas of Expertise 573
Figure 238. Zebra National Football League (NFL) IoT RFID Tag Functions 575
Figure 239. Zebra Global Market Presence 577
Figure 240. oneM2M Consists Of Eight Of The World's Preeminent ICT Standards Development Organizations 584

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