01 August 2018
The Internet of Things (IoT) and M2M are major subject in the IT world, with far-reaching implications for everyday life, yet both are nebulous terms not yet in the household lexicon. These new technological paradigms aim to promulgate the connection and automated transfer of critical information between machines without human input. Visiongain expect revenues from the Machine to Machine (M2M) market to reach $38bn in 2018.
It is a giant leap forward for process automations and its implications stretch across myriad industries, including security, energy and utilities, aerospace, defence, retail, finance, manufacturing, automotive, healthcare, and so many more. Potential connected endpoints are in every industry and every room.
New connected technologies suggest the impending arrival of intelligent health monitoring devices, self-monitoring industrial devices, fleet management and road safety tools, connected cars, smart cities, energy grids, and household appliances.
M2M is the backbone of this future. The technology utilises an existing wireless framework in order to connect devices under a unified service umbrella.
It is an industry that is set to grow rapidly and change the landscape of telecommunications. Although the number of mobile phones in service is somewhat limited by the number of people on Earth, the number of potential connected machine endpoints is virtually limitless. In the next 5-10 years, this promises to be an equally vast source of revenue, available to the best-prepared service providers and enablers.
This new wave of technology promises revolutionary cost savings across nearly all industries and new revenue streams for MNOs, applications providers, module and device vendors, service managers, and systems integrators. M2M and IoT are markets with high ceilings and immediate prospects for resource optimisation.
The breadth of the potential M2M and IoT markets cannot be understated. While feature phone and smartphone adoption has slowed in recent years, M2M is one of the larger growth industries for carriers, who should be poised to exploit one of the most substantial, cross-industry turnabouts in the early 21st century.
Top 20 Machine to Machine (M2M) Companies 2018: Leaders in the Internet of Things (IoT), Connected Health, Car, Home, Aircraft & Industrial, Automotive, Retail, Energy, Utility & Security Applications analyses the prospects for this through its leading companies, which manage a majority of global M2M connections. Our analysis of the market is carried out through their strategies, partnerships, portfolios, and endeavours, looking for key regions of interest and areas of overlap in their approach to this rapidly-growing market. 135 unique charts, figures, and tables quantify and qualify this market, providing a historical retrospective of how these market leaders have evolved over time and how M2M is evolving at the heart of their respective businesses.
Top 20 Machine to Machine (M2M) Companies 2018: Leaders in the Internet of Things (IoT), Connected Health, Car, Home, Aircraft & Industrial, Automotive, Retail, Energy, Utility & Security Applications will be of value to current and future investors in the IT, enterprise hardware and software, wireless infrastructure, network backbone, and mobile device industries, as well as companies and research centres who wish to broaden their knowledge on this subject.
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