State of the IoT 2019 Q1/Q2 Update
96-page PDF presenting a comprehensive overview of the State of the IoT 2019 Q1/Q2. This IoT Market Report is based on insights from the whole IoT Analytics Analyst Team and was compiled for IoT Analytics subscription customers.
This market report includes:
- 67 insights on the current market environment.
- Market breakdowns by industries and region.
- Tech stack analysis across 6 layers (IoT Hardware, Connectivity, General Software, Platform/Cloud, Analytics/AI, Cybersecurity)
- Emerging Technologies Radar detailing 40+ technologies for IoT projects
- Adjacent topics discussions on AR, 3D Printing and Quantum Computing.
- Top IoT stories of 2019 on investments, funding, M&A deals, and new startups.
- Highlights from 9 recent conferences including MWC, Embedded World and Hannover Fair.
- Insights provided with examples and proof points uncovered in the last 6 months by leading more than 100 expert interviews, attending 9 industry conferences, and listening to various briefing and analyst calls.
- Digital/IoT markets are affected by the global slowdown. IoT vendors are lowering their outlook while technology users are (partially) reducing CAPEX. At the same time, shifting supply chains and skill shortages are becoming key inhibitors to further growth in IoT.
- Lower growth going forward. IoT Analytics expects IoT markets to grow 30% in the medium-run (next 2 years) and 32% in long-run (5 years thereafter). The market is expected to cross the $1trillion mark in 2025.
- Manufacturing/Industrial hit the hardest. The global slowdown is currently mostly a manufacturing slowdown with Automotive and Machinery hit the hardest and with weakest outlook. Chemicals/Pharma and Food&Beverages are holding up the best.
- Analytics/AI driving the market. Companies are doubling down on their Analytics/AI investments which is why we expect this area of the tech stack to be the only one that will see a growth increase.
- US startups dominate large IoT funding rounds. Top recent IoT investments focus on cybersecurity (13%) and IoT connectivity (13%) – mostly in the US (45%), followed by Israel (10%) and China (10%).
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