IoT Analytics is a leading provider of market insights for the Internet of Things (IoT), M2M, and Industry 4.0. We count more than 30,000 followers, more than 50,000 monthly website visitors, and 500+ corporate customers to date. Our products and services portfolio includes
IoT Analytics is a leading IoT market research / industry analyst firm, focused on the Internet of Things (IoT), M2M, and Industry 4.0. Our aim is to bring you the best and latest market insights around the IoT ecosystem so that you can better understand IoT markets.
While we monitor the general technology business environment and general trends around digital transformation, most of our work is focused on the analysis of IoT markets and IoT companies.
We track IoT market segments, IoT companies, their business cases, market share, M&A activity, and we provide custom IoT market research. Check out our focus areas to get a better understanding of our current IoT market research specializations.
Why work with us?
We aim to produce the highest quality research available to you. Our focus is on facts and actionable insights without losing sight of the bigger picture. And… we only publish when we think we got it right.
We attend and speak at approx. 30 global IoT and Industry 4.0-focused events every year and conduct hundreds of interviews with industry professionals. This allows us to shape our unbiased, third-party view.
Trusted by leading companies
We have served 500+ customers to date, many of which are Fortune Global 500 firms and returning customers. Our customers rate us 4.6/5 on average, highlighting the depth and comprehensiveness of our research.
Accelerating IoT adoption through important insights
We believe that technology plays a vital role in making the earth a better place – If employed correctly it makes people healthier, safer and our environment less polluted. IoT is one of the key technological advancements towards this vision and we want to play our role in helping achieve this vision.
At IoT Analytics, our goal is therefore to supply market participants in the IoT ecosystem with accurate information that enable them to go to market quicker and build safer and better IoT solutions.
Our team shares a passion for the Internet of Things and we are here to make the information available to you. We mine the web for relevant data, speak to experts deploying and offering IoT solutions, conduct relevant surveys, and package these data points in ways that make for compelling insights that our customers can use for better decision-making.
Knud Lasse Lueth
Chief Executive Officer
Knud is the founder of IoT Analytics. He has extensive background working with IoT software and hardware companies and builds on a consulting and manufacturing background.
Dr. Flavio Bonomi is an IoT Analytics Strategic Adviser. His expertise includes data networking, fog / edge computing, and industrial IoT. Flavio has founded multiple IoT companies, published 100+ papers and is co-inventor in 60+ patents.
[…]A database of over 640 IoT projects were mapped against 17 SDGs with the following results: – 84% of the 643 analysed IoT deployments support or have the potential to support the SDGs – 75% of these focus on five SDGs which are closer to commercial and industrial applications; SDG 9 (industry, innovation and infrastructure), SDG 11 (sustainable cities and communities)[…]The project has been supported by IoT Analytics GmbH: Knud Lasse Lueth, Chief Executive Officer, and Abhay Rastogi, VP Strategy, Business Development and Partnerships.”
[…] Business Leaders have increasingly recognised the importance of industrial analytics. A recent survey carried out by IoT Analytics GmbH found that 69% of surveyed business leaders or industry analysts consider industrial analytics crucial for their businesses within 5 years and want to apply analytics to strengthen their businesses. The same survey found that analytics on physical objects and machines rank high in importance. predictive and prescriptive maintenance of machines (at 79% of surveyed considering it extreme or very important ) ranks at the top, slightly surpassing consumer and market related analytics (at 77%).”
[…] Knud Lasse Lueth, managing director at IoT Analytics GmbH tells IoT Now, “Government legislation, such as this Bill [IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act], can be a driving factor for improving IoT security. Our recent research suggests that there are at least 150 IoT security vendors on the market that may directly benefit from this bill. Right now, overall security spending for IoT projects is in the single digit percentage range of the total project costs, often below 1%. However, given the severe implications of a breach, it probably should be higher. And there should be an increased focus on aspects such as patch management, especially after the recent Mirai and WannaCry attacks on IoT devices.”
With so many platforms, companies disappear almost as often as they appear, leaving early adopters in the lurch: “More than 30 of the companies included in the 2016 edition of the list have ceased to exist,” says IoT Analytics’ analyst Zana Diaz Williams.
[…] IoT Analytics Managing Director Knud Lasse Lueth said: “The market for IoT Platforms continues to get more crowded and fragmented. However, the dynamics are shifting: while we continue to witness a constant stream of new startups entering this space, most of the larger vendors seem to have made their bets by now – organic new entrants by multinationals are becoming rare.”
A fascinating report on how Industrial Analytics is maturing based on advances in the areas of IoT, machine learning, and big data analytics […] Research firm IoT Analytics GmbH was selected to conduct the study.
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