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Global IoT and M2M Market to Hit $450+ Billion by 2019

DALLAS, August 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

The Internet of Things (IoT) & Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Communication Market is expected to grow from $128.7 billion in 2014 to $498.92 billion in 2019, at an estimated CAGR of 24.42% from 2014 to 2019. "Internet of Things (IoT) & Machine-To-Machine (M2M) Communication Market by Technologies & Platforms (RFID, Sensor Nodes, Gateways, Cloud Management, NFC, CEP, SCADA, ZigBee), M2M Connections, IoT Components - Worldwide Market Forecasts (2014 - 2019)" research report is a March 2014 publication of 224 pages providing global analysis and perspective of the industry. Complete report is available at .

Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication are the essence of the smart productivity and living. IoT and M2M is a worldwide network of interconnected objects. With full of dynamicity, the objects can interact anywhere and anytime and can interoperate and collaborate heterogeneous range of entities. It is expected that by 2025 a trillion of interconnected devices will be present in the market and a rising demand for sensors, wireless networks, and cloud apps could be seen in the market. The factors which are driving the IoT and M2M market rely on the government support, enhancing connectivity, and are proving to be beneficial for the market leaders and the industry.

The IoT and M2M communication market research report is segmented into technology and platform, M2M connection and modules, IoT components, applications, and regions with an in-depth analysis and forecasting of revenues. The report also analyzes global adoption trends, future growth potential, key drivers, competitive landscape, restraints, opportunities, and emerging technologies in this market. The report further presents regional opportunity plot analyses along with expected market size and forecast analyses for various sub-segments of IoT and M2M market. Companies profiled in this research include Alcatel-Lucent S.A., AT&T Inc, Cisco Systems, Inc., Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., NXP Semiconductors NV, International Business Machines Corporation, Google, Inc., Intel Corporation, Qualcomm Incorporated and Gemalto. Order a copy of this report for US$4650 (single user) at . Alternatively, inquire for a discount on the same research at .

Case Study 1: 

Philips One Sleep Therapy: "Sleep apnea" is one of the dreadful disorders where people stop breathing while sleeping. Philips came with a plan of CPAP therapy that will monitor the breathing of patient and accordingly transmit the information to a web-based patient management system. It uses the Cinterion TC65i Java Module and GSM/GPRS wireless networks to send breathing data to a secure web portal. It helps the doctor in analyzing the data and accordingly makes any changes to the air pressure prescription. This is accounted as one of the application of IoT and M2M communication in remote patient monitoring system in healthcare vertical.

Case Study 2: 

Intelligent transportation system controls the flow of traffic, congestion, and delays. M2M helps in controlling all these via sensors in the vehicles and on the roads which monitor the congestion in the traffic flow and wirelessly communicate the information to the central traffic control system, which in turn imposes speed limits for clearance of the traffic congestion. In addition, system can be directly used to communicate with the vehicles for communication proposes so as to divert their route, thus maintaining the speed and avoiding traffic.

Government Driven Technology and Ubiquitous Connectivity (Connected Devices, Everything Is Smart) are the major drivers of the Internet of Things and Machine to Machine communications market. Governance, Privacy and Security, Standards, Deployment of IPV6, Phase-Out of 2G Technology and Custom Centralization of Data are few industry restraints discussed in this research. New Ideas & Bigger Potential for Market as well as Deployment of Innovative Devices is primary opportunities for new entrants and current market players of the IoT and M2M industry.

Future Internet and Smart Cities are covered under the models, approaches and consideration chapter of this IoT and M2M communications market research report. Low-Cost Wireless Sensor Deployment, Cloud Infrastructure and Security considerations summarize the future of Internet topic whereas Greenfield Deployments, Brownfield Deployments, IOT - A Function of Wireless Networks, Open & Big Data Challenges and Funding & Intelligent Infrastructure summarize the 'smart cities' content within this research.

Internet of Things Technology and Application Market by Communication Technology (ZigBee, Z-Wave, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC, RFID), Application Vertical (Building Automation, Consumer, Wearable Electronics, Industrial, Automotive & Transportation, Agriculture) & Geography - Global Trends & Forecasts to 2014 - 2020 is a May 2014 research report spread across 452 pages. Besides detailed analysis, drivers, restraints, and opportunities of the market are presented along with key, current application trends and technology trends of the Internet of Things. There is also an insightful quantitative Porter's analysis of the market forces in the report. This analysis attempts to give an overview of some of the factors which play a crucial role in determining the attractiveness of the vast IoT market. This report also includes a predictive analysis of mainstream adoption of a few technological trends and IoT-relevant markets over a given period of time. This technology adoption timeline includes: wearable technology, IPV6, connected car, cloud computing, gesture recognition, augmented reality, big data, smart HVAC, smart lighting, and precision farming. This report profiles all the major companies involved in the field of Internet of Things such as ARM Ltd. (U.K.), Texas Instruments (U.S.), Nest Labs (U.S.), Rockwell Automation (U.S.), Axeda Corporation (U.S.), Cisco Systems Inc. (U.S.), Dassault Systemes (France), Ecobee Inc. (Canada), Intel (U.S.), Fujitsu Ltd. (Japan), and GainSpan Corporation (U.S.).

Mass Notification Market by Solutions (In Building, Wide Area, Distributed), by Applications (Emergency Communications, Disaster Recovery, Public Alerts and Warning, Business Ops) - Global Advancements Market Forecasts and Analysis (2013 - 2018) is a September 2013 publication of 222 pages. It analyzes global adoption trends, future growth potential, key drivers, restraints, opportunities, and best practices in this market. The report also analyzes market sizes and revenue forecasts across different regions as well as industry verticals. North America is expected to have the largest market share in the year 2013 which is succeeded by Europe. In 2013, the highest market share is accounted by hardware products, such as digital signage, speakers, in-building visual notification appliances, fire life safety solutions and paging systems. Furthermore, in 2018, it is expected that the market share of software and services will have comparatively higher market share. The market share of cloud-based MNS is growing and it has widespread applications across various verticals. Hybrid deployment of MNS is mainly seen in Europe and is expected to increase in other regions. One of the major concerns of the mass notification market is the availability of substandard and non-tested solutions for public safety. Many vendors sell such solutions at much cheaper rates and hence competition in the market has increased.

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