Market Research Report
LPWAN Market Report 2018-2023
|Published by||IoT Analytics GmbH||Product code||710671|
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|LPWAN Market Report 2018-2023|
|Published: September 27, 2018||Content info:||
Industry Market Report examining the Low-Power Wide-Area Networks (LPWAN) space. Including:
Low-Power Wide-Area Networks (LPWANs) are a set of emerging wireless technologies designed to provide low-power, long-range connectivity to massive numbers of IoT devices at low cost. As such, they complement existing wireless technologies in addressing the wide range of requirements of IoT use cases and applications.
This 260-page report examines the LPWAN market in details providing a market sizing & outlook by region, by technology and by application until 2023 and highlighting some of the most important market trends. In addition, it contains insights on the technical capabilities of different LPWAN technologies, their business models and ecosystem and their main application scenarios.
The evolving LPWAN market continues to exhibit strong momentum as both world-wide public network roll-outs and private network deployments proceed fast. This momentum is driving strong growth in LPWAN adoption as the number of connected devices is forecasted to grow at 109% per year until 2023. While the market fragmentation remains high, NB-IoT, LoRa and Sigfox are emerging as the most popular LPWAN both in terms of end-user adoption and ecosystem support, with the first two forecasted to be the dominant technologies over the forecasted period in public network and private network deployments respectively.
The LPWAN report forecasts a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for LPWAN connections of 109% over the time frame of 2017-2023, with annual spending for connectivity surpassing US$4.5Billion by 2023.
These numbers are based on the analysis of world-wide LPWAN network roll-outs and state of adoption across 9 industry segments (Agriculture & Forestry, Buildings & Infrastructure, Healthcare, Home & Consumer, Industrial, Retail, Smart Cities, Transportation, Supply Chain & Logistics, and Utilities). The market is broken down into 5 technologies (Sigfox, LoRa, NB-IoT, LTE-M, Others), 5 regions (Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, Middle East and Africa, Latin America), 2 spectrum types (Unlicensed and licensed), 2 deployment types (public networks, private networks), and 2 revenue types (IoT modules and connectivity data plans).
In developing the 250-page report, the analyst team at IoT Analytics studied over 25 communication technologies that offer a combination of low-cost, low-power, long-range communication for large numbers of devices, and looked into more than 150 companies either offering network access and/or services or developing products or solutions based on these technologies. Further input to the report included 40+ industry interviews and numerous expert discussions at 10+ leading IoT conferences.
The report analyzes in detail 7 of the major LPWAN technologies today - Sigfox, LoRa, RPMA, Weightless, LTE-M, NB-IoT and EC-GSM - discussing their technical features, ecosystem and business model, and provides a brief overview of 16 other technologies that are similar or complementary to LPWAN (e.g., Wi-SUN, Thingstream, Telensa, NB-Fi).
The report also examines 37 key use cases over 9 market segments, discussing their application requirements and analyzing how well each of the major LPWAN technologies is suitable to satisfy these requirements. On top of that, 10 examples of successful deployments of LPWAN Technologies are presented to give a good representation of where the market is at today.
Actility, Advantech, Altair Semiconductor, AT&T, ATIM, Behr Technologies, Bouygues Telecom, China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom. Chunghwa Telecom, Cisco, Comcast, Deutsche Telekom, Engie M2M, Ericsson, Etilasat, Flashnet, Gemalto, Helium, Hiber, Huawei Technologies, Ingenu, Kamstrup A/S, KDDI Corporation, Kerlink, KONCAR Group, KPN, Libelium, Link Labs, Loriot, MEC Telematik, Microchip, Nokia, nWave, NXP Semiconductors, ofo, ON Semiconductor, OnePlus Systems, Orange, Pietro Fiorentini, Proximus, Pycom, Qualcomm, Quectel, Renesas Electronics, Samsung, Sat4M2M.