The Global Market for IoT & Embedded Techology: Buyer Behavior Dataset & Analysis
|出版商||VDC Research Group, Inc.||商品編碼||318983|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 20 Pages
|物聯網(IoT)與嵌入式技術的全球市場:購買者的行動相關資料集與分析 The Global Market for IoT & Embedded Techology: Buyer Behavior Dataset & Analysis|
|出版日期: 2014年11月07日||內容資訊: 英文 20 Pages||
Technology selection and project performance are influenced by a variety of factors including the use of different operating systems, development tools, and embedded processors. This report examines requirements, preferences, and trends of IoT and embedded system engineers, influencers, and decision-makers across a variety of market segments. Supported by VDC's 2014 IoT & Embedded Engineering survey, we also project the outlook for device development and technology adoption trends, vendor ratings, and more. This report is accompanied by the full engineering survey data set, featuring a variety of detailed segmentations across industries, embedded software languages/tools/operating systems used, and project hardware requirements.
This research program is written for those making critical decisions regarding product, market, channel, and competitive strategy and tactics. This report is intended for senior decision-makers who are developing IoT and embedded technology, including those in the following roles:
The volatile embedded software landscape is forcing engineering organizations to constantly adapt to new market dynamics and development methodologies. OEMs, systems integrators, and embedded hardware/software suppliers are exposed to growing pressures to project schedules fueled by shorter lifecycles and increasing competition. Project planning and investments are further complicated by the broad availability of software components and development solutions from a growing array of suppliers, public sources, and working groups. The right combination of software stack components and development solutions is critical to creating and bringing successful embedded systems to market.
[Data available in full report.]
The accelerating pace of product innovation increasingly derived from embedded software is driving changes in the way engineers value and select operating systems, development tools, programming languages, middleware, and other essential software. Growing competition and escalating system requirements are forcing OEMs, systems integrators, and other embedded software end users to regularly evaluate existing and emerging embedded software components and technologies. The Internet of Things (IoT) will add another layer of complexity onto embedded software designs to ultimately enable new applications and services.
Open source communities and associated software have proliferated to become, in some cases, market share leaders within the embedded market. Linux, for example, has grown to produce several widely used commercial and freely obtainable operating systems. Android continues to penetrate new device classes beyond smartphones into the medical and automotive verticals. The open source development tools and platforms space has expanded in parallel, driven by hardware vendors, IP licensors, and consortiums. Eclipse, in particular, has grown in support with a variety of partners for traditional and emerging IoT applications. Commercial software suppliers need to evolve with the proliferation of open-source solutions to enable greater functionality and support to rationalize purchasing decisions of OEMs and other end users.
Compliance with security and safety-related standards and regulations will further drive the adoption of new software development tool classes such as requirements management tools and source/change/configuration management tools featuring strong traceability. Verified automated code generation is also increasingly attractive to engineering teams looking to rapidly develop new embedded systems and presents an opportunity for commercial tools vendors entrenched with vertically focused solutions. Regardless of mandated compliancy for particular specifications/applications, ensuring data security will be imperative of connected devices that comprise the bulk of new embedded market growth opportunities.
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