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市場調查報告書

IoT形勢

The IoT Landscape

出版商 Ovum, Ltd. 商品編碼 355532
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 21 Pages
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IoT形勢 The IoT Landscape
出版日期: 2015年08月14日 內容資訊: 英文 21 Pages
簡介

本報告提供物聯網 (IoT) 調查分析,IoT定義,作用和地位等系統性資訊。

第1章 摘要

  • 概要
  • Ovum的見解
  • 建議

第2章 市場的狀況

  • IoT定義與方向性
  • IoT堆疊
  • 各產業領域市場

第3章 市場趨勢

  • 價值鏈
  • IoT堆疊分析

第4章 市場預測

  • IoT的市場規模

第5章 附錄

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目錄
Product Code: TE0004-001037

The Internet of Things (IoT) presents a confusing landscape where many companies once thought of as different are apparently competing for the same customers. This report is a primer for the telecoms industry that defines and dimensions the Internet of Things to help companies understand their role and position themselves relative to traditional peers, new entrants, and prospective partners.

Highlights

  • The Internet of Things has a point-to-point "center" with a LAN-attached "cloud" and can be divided into consumer and enterprise segments. The line between enterprise and consumer business models is being continuously blurred.
  • The IoT has infinite possible application markets. We are simply waiting for them to be created, to be repeated, and to grow large enough and profitable enough to become distinguishable as new markets (aka verticals).
  • Ovum projects there will be around a billion cellular M2M connections worldwide by 2020. It is very reasonable to expect an IoT ecosystem in the low tens of billions of devices by the same date.
  • Learn about the logical structure of the Internet of Things from a connectivity and network-orientated perspective.
  • Understand the relationship and the differences between machine-to-machine and the Internet of Things

Features Benefits

  • Learn about the logical structure of the Internet of Things from a connectivity and network-orientated perspective.
  • Understand the relationship and the differences between machine-to-machine and the Internet of Things
  • Discover the type and hierarchy of roles existent within the IoT, as well as who serves whom and who benefits from partnering with whom.
  • Understand how the billions of connections are logically broken down, by point-to-point and attached device types, as well as by consumer versus enterprise (Industrial Internet) markets.
  • Visualize the make-up of the IoT, from a role and connected device perspective, pinpointing the job that your company can do.

Questions Answers

  • What is a practical, understandable, and actionable definition of the Internet of Things for telecommunications industry participants?
  • How can we conceptualize the extent and visualize the complexity of the Internet of Things in terms of connected "things"?
  • How do the consumer and enterprise (Industrial Internet) portions of the Internet of Things differ?
  • What roles exist to be occupied by telecommunications companies in the Internet of Things, and what are the essential value chain interactions?
  • How can we scale to tens of billions of connections, and what connections will be relevant to which industry participants?

Table of Contents

1. Summary

  • In brief
  • Ovum view
  • Recommendations for telecoms participants in IoT

2. Market status

  • Defining and dimensioning the IoT
  • The IoT stack
  • Vertical markets

3. Market dynamics

  • Value chain
  • Dissecting the IoT stack

4. Market outlook

  • Sizing the IoT (“getting to 50 billion”)

5. Appendix

  • Further reading
  • Author

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Defining the IoT
  • Figure 2: The IoT stack - simplified
  • Figure 3: The IoT stack - expanded
  • Figure 4: Industry verticals and horizontal vertical application applicability
  • Figure 5: The IoT value chain for service provision
  • Figure 6: The IoT value chain best practice participants
  • Figure 7: The IoT stack - Connectivity (bearer) layer
  • Figure 8: The IoT stack - Network (infrastructure) layer
  • Figure 9: The IoT stack - Platform (management) layer
  • Figure 10: The IoT stack - Application (software) layer
  • Figure 11: The IoT stack - Device (hardware) layer
  • Figure 12: Cellular M2M segmentation by type
  • Figure 13: Wireless IoT visual equation
  • Figure 14: Fixed IoT visual equation
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