Mapping out IoT value for those ready to act
IoT connects 5.7 million devices every day and promises additional revenue potential of up to 36%, depending on your ecosystem role. For service creators providing end-to-end ecosystem offerings, the value adds up to USD 619 billion by 2026.
Read more about what ecosystem role to take in our newly published Exploring IoT strategies report.
To fully comprehend how that value is distributed and easily captured, we conducted a thorough analysis of over 200 use cases. By clustering these use cases according to go-to-market and deployment challenges, we came out with nine horizontal clusters across 10 industry verticals, all summarized in our guide to capturing 5G-IoT business potential. This broadens your opportunities, showcasing the potential beyond the immediate investment in one industry, application or solution.
Our clusters are here to prepare you for action, and our handbook series is on hand to offer numerous helpful tips. By presenting clusters individually, the specific challenges and potential of each one become clear.
We began this series with the Connected Vehicles cluster. Characterized by mid-range go-to-market and deployment challenges and with a market potential of USD 69bn up until 2026, it’s an attractive cluster to explore. Our latest handbook in the cluster series is now available. This time we are looking at Hazard and maintenance Sensing. This cluster contains some of the most favourable go-to-market and deployment options with a market potential of USD 57bn up until 2026.
Over time, we will add more handbooks for you, so stay tuned! Download those that interest you, and come out ahead. When you are ready to take the next step, we are here to help. So contact us and we can define how to best capture the potential for your prioritised cluster or industry. Let’s transform strategies into realities!