430-page report examining the adoption of 48 IoT use cases across 4 types: smart operations, smart supply chain, connected products, and connected transport. Including:
- Detailed breakdown of spending (upfront, recurring, hardware, software, services)
- Return on investment by use case
- Use case investment priorities for the next 2 years
- Key Vendors & Vendor satisfaction for the IoT use cases
- Supporting technologies and their adoption (e.g., AI, blockchain, serverless architecture)
- Best practices and lessons learned
The report analyzes 48 IoT use cases across four major metrics: Adoption, spending, return on investment, and future investment priorities. Each use case is analyzed across every metric. Rolling out IoT use cases can be complex, therefore the report highlights best practices and case studies.
- What are the most adopted IoT use cases (out of a list of 48 use cases)?
- Which IoT use cases have the highest ROI?
- How much do companies spend to implement IoT use cases?
- How much do they spend on hardware, software and services respectively?
- Which IoT use cases do companies plan to invest in in the next 2 years?
- Who are the leading vendors for IoT use cases and how satisfied are end-users?
- What supporting technologies do IoT end-users implement as part of their IoT use case projects?
- What are the best practices and lessons learned of companies that have adopted the IoT?
At a glance:
- Adoption Heatmap: Detailed quantitative comparison across industries
- Results are shown in the context of the use case group
- The IoT Use Cases Adoption Report shows usage and satisfaction of more than 80 vendors
- Nearly 20 supporting technologies are analyzed across regions, company sizes, and industries
- Detailed Case studies help to understand best practices and challenges
- Each use case has a detailed deep-dive including all key metrics
Selected companies from the report:
Microsoft, SAP, Accenture, Cisco, AWS, Google, IBM , Oracle, ABB, Honeywell, Salesforce, Bosch, AT&T, Rockwell Automation, Siemens, General Electric, Schneider Electric, Dell, Palo Alto Networks, and more.