Market Research Report
Industrial IoT: Oportunities for Operators
|Published by||Analysys Mason||Product code||917573|
|Published||Content info||28 Slides
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|Industrial IoT: Oportunities for Operators|
|Published: November 29, 2019||Content info: 28 Slides||
"The telecoms industry is promoting 5G as a ubiquitous networking solution to unify the three domains of industrial IoT."
The opportunity to apply IoT to the industrial sector is growing as enterprises in this sector are developing their digital transformation strategies (for the purposes of this report, ‘industrial' includes primary and secondary sectors (such as mining, oil and gas and manufacturing) as well as some tertiary sectors such as warehouses and transport hubs). This report examines operators' opportunity to address the demand from the industrial sector for new networks, the potential role of 5G in addressing requirements and early operator initiatives to address industrial IoT with existing technologies prior to 5G commercialisation.
The research is based on several sources including interviews with key stakeholders and Analysys Mason's internal research on IoT and industrial automation.
In this report, we answer the following questions:
THE THREE DOMAINS IN THE INDUSTRIAL IOT SECTOR
Michele Mackenzie (Principal Analyst) is an analyst for Analysys Mason's IoT and M2M Services research programme, with responsibility for M2M and LPWA forecasts. She has 17 years of experience as an analyst. She produces reports and forecasts on M2M and IoT in industry sectors such as transport, healthcare and smart cities, and analyses the impact of IoT network technologies such as LPWA networks. Prior to joining Analysys Mason in February 2014, Michele was a freelance analyst with a focus on M2M and IoT technology and trends. She has written reports for Machina Research and produced research for other clients in areas such as mobile broadband and digital media.
Caroline Chappell (Research Director) co-ordinates Analysys Mason's digital transformation research and contributes to the Digital Infrastructure Strategies research programme. Her research focuses on service provider adoption of cloud, and the application of cloud technologies to fixed and mobile networks. She is a leading exponent of SDN and NFV and the potential that these technologieshave to enhance business agility and enable new revenue opportunities for service providers. Caroline investigates key cloud and networkvirtualisation challenges, and helps telecoms customers to devise strategies that mitigate the disruptive effects of cloud and support a smoothtransition to the era of software-controlled networks.