Internet of Things 2015 Infographic

The Internet of Things 2015 Infographic

The Internet of Things (IoT) has been called the next industrial revolution that will change the way all businesses, governments, and consumers interact with the physical world, according to BI Intelligence. They have tracked the growth of the IoT for more than two years and have analyzed how the IoT Ecosystem, which enables the entities to connect to, and control, their IoT devices, is being used by the following:

1. Consumers
2. Businesses
3. Governments

The data contained in the infographic is based from sixteen environments including manufacturing, the connected home, transportation, agriculture, and more. In BI Intelligence’s new Internet of Things report, the basis of the infographic, they discuss the components of the IoT ecosystem, including the devices, analytics, networks, security and more. In addition, they also provide their estimates and forecasts on the growing IoT market including device growth, amount invested, and the potential return on investment.


What the Internet of Things 2015 Report Does

  • Distills the technological complexities of the Internet of Things into a single ecosystem.
  • Forecasts remote growth among smartphones, tablets, PCs, smartwatches, and more.
  • Explains the benefits and shortcomings of many networks, including mesh (e.g. Zigbee, Z-Wave, etc.), cellular (e.g. 3G/4G, Sigfox, etc.), and internet networks (e.g. Wi-Fi, Ethernet, etc.).
  • Discusses analytics systems, including edge analytics, cloud analytics, and more.
  • Analyzes the growth of data storage as a result of tremendous data loads produced by the IoT.
  • Examines IoT security best practices.
  • Details the four IoT market drivers and four IoT market barriers.
  • Forecasts IoT investment by six technological layers including connectivity, security, data storage, system integration, device hardware, and application development.
  • Analyzes how the IoT ecosystem is being using in Manufacturing, Insurance, Oil, gas, and mining, Transportation – including the connected car, Defense, Connected home, Agriculture, Food services, Infrastructure, Utilities, Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Logistics, Smart buildings, and Banks.
  • Defines Internet of Things terminology within a glossary

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