Market Research Report
Air Quality Monitoring for Smart Cities - Hardware, Software, Services, and Smart City Applications: Global Market Analysis and Forecast
|Published by||Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research)||Product code||936586|
|Published||Content info||46 Pages; 20 Tables, Charts & Figures
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|Air Quality Monitoring for Smart Cities - Hardware, Software, Services, and Smart City Applications: Global Market Analysis and Forecast|
|Published: May 14, 2020||Content info: 46 Pages; 20 Tables, Charts & Figures||
The combined factors of increasing urbanization and an increased understanding of the health effects of poor air quality are creating a growing market for municipal Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled air quality sensors. Many cites already have one or two expensive, regulatory-grade air quality sensors. However, as research suggests that air quality can change dramatically over only a few hundred feet, additional measures are needed. Cities are installing IoT-enabled air quality sensors that have an acceptable level of accuracy at a much lower price point.
The IoT air quality monitor market has seen accelerated growth in the past few years that is expected to continue. Urban residents have become more aware of the negative consequences of poor air quality, which is driving demand for sensors that lend greater understanding of patterns in urban air pollution. Although the cost of these IoT sensors has decreased dramatically over the past 10 years, the struggle of cities to make a compelling financial case for investments in an air quality networks is currently a barrier to further adoption.
This ‘Guidehouse Insights report’ analyzes the global market for IoT air quality sensors for hardware and software and services. The market forecast provides an analysis of the market issues, including emerging trends, opportunities, and barriers, for the deployment of airy quality IoT sensors. Global market forecasts for deployment and revenue, broken out by segment and region, extend through 2029. The report also examines the key technologies related to IoT air quality sensing, as well as the competitive landscape.