Internet of Things and Machine-To-Machine Research Report 2012 – 2017
In Internet of things (IoT) & Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications, “things/objects” are projected active participants in social process, business, and information where they are suppose to connect and communicate among themselves and within the environment by exchanging data and information “sensed” about the environment, while reacting independently to the “real/physical world” events and influencing by its running process that triggers action and create services with or without direct human intervention.
In the vision of IoT & M2M, it is expected that, any “thing/object” will consists of at least one exclusive way of recognition (directly by a “Unique Identifier” or indirectly by some “Virtual Identifier” methods), by creating an addressable continuum of “things” such as computers, people, actuators, refrigerators, sensors, books, passports, luggage, clothes, food, TVs, vehicles, mobile phones, medicines, etc.
With continuous overhauling of traditional computing environments to a major connected ICT infrastructure, and the need to secure these networks is becoming critical, which in turn fuel the growth of IoT & M2M Communication Market. In 2011, the Cyber Security Market estimated at $44.0 billion and is expected to reach $290.0 billion by 2017, with an increasing CAGR of 30.1% from 2012 to 2017.
The report provides in-depth market data for different industry verticals across the World. By 2017, the overall IoT & M2M Communication market, public safety & security and retail will be estimated to contribute maximum market share, i.e. 16.8% and 18.7% followed by consumer & residential, and IT & telecom at around 11.9% and 10.5%; industrial & commercial buildings 8.6%; Healthcare 7.7%. While, the energy & power, transportation, manufacturing, and other verticals with a forecast data at 7.1%, 7.1%, 6.8%, and 4.9%, respectively.
The report comprises of a thorough segmentation of the IoT & M2M Communication market. Chapter three covers market definition, segmentation, market size, evolution of IoT & M2M Communication, and briefings about the drivers, restraints, and opportunities. Chapter four describes about different types of technology & platforms. Chapter five & Six covers IoT components type and M2M connections & modules; while chapter seven provides Verticals type, and finally eight chapter deals with the geographic analysis of IoT & M2M Communication market.
The report also includes competitive landscape and company profiles of the top industry players in the cyber security industry.