Low Power WAN Internet of Things (IoT): Non-cellular LPWAN IoT Market Outlook and Forecasts 2016 - 2021




Published: September 2016   Pages: 83
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Overview:

Many Internet of Things (IoT) applications require a combination of nationwide coverage, battery life of up to 10 years, endpoint hardware costs less than $5 USD, and data rates ranging from hundreds of bits per second (bps) to tens of kilobits per second (kbps). Cellular Wide Area Networks (WAN) have historically been technically and operationally challenged to support IoT apps and services due to a variety of factors including relatively low bandwidth, low battery life, low hardware and operating cost, and high connection density.

While initially deployed IoT Low Power WANs (LPWANs) have been non-cellular solutions based on proprietary technologies, longer term emerging standards such as Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) assume a dominant role for certain applications. As cellular and non-cellular IoT WAN solutions both expand, we see enterprise using more than one IoT network type. We see the emergence of IoT Virtual Network Operators (VNO) providing services that rely upon both types of networks. In addition to services, these IoT VNOs will provide integration services as enterprise customers engage in both Bring Your Own (IoT) Device (BYOD) and Bring Your Own Network (BYON) in the form of their legacy M2M/IoT networks, devices, and service needs.

This research evaluates LPWAN technologies, companies, and solutions. The report assesses developments in the LPWAN ecosystem, analyzes use cases, and provides a view into the future of LPWAN communications. The report includes detailed forecasts for LPWANs 2016 to 2021. All purchases of Mind Commerce reports includes time with an expert analyst who will help you link key findings in the report to the business issues you're addressing. This needs to be used within three months of purchasing the report.

Target Audience:

  • Non-cellular CSPs
  • IoT network providers
  • Mobile network operators
  • Semiconductor companies
  • Embedded systems companies
  • 4G/5G/IoT equipment providers
  • IoT service and application developers

Table of Contents:

1 Executive Summary
2 Introduction
2.1 Wide Area Networks
2.1 WAN Technologies
2.2 IoT Networks and Applications
2.3 Wireless IoT and WAN
2.4 IoT WAN Standardization
2.5 IoT WAN Growth Drivers
2.5.1 Communications Protocols
2.5.1 Network Topology and Interoperability
2.5.2 Intelligent IoT Network
2.5.3 M2M Communications
2.5.4 White Box Solutions Extended to IoT
2.5.5 Smart City Initiatives
2.5.6 The Rise of Low Power Wide Area Networks
3 Wireless IoT WAN Technologies
3.1.1 The Low Power Wide Area Networks Alternative
3.1.2 LPWAN Characteristics
3.1.2.1 Range vs. Battery Life
3.1.2.2 Noise vs. Bandwidth
3.1.2.3 Unlicensed Spectrum
3.1.2.4 No Uniform Bandwidth
3.1.2.5 Localization
3.1.2.6 Network Configuration
3.1.2.7 LPWAN Optimization
3.1.3 Cellular IoT
3.1.4 Non-Cellular IoT
3.1.5 Cellular vs. Non-Cellular IoT WAN Comparison
3.1.6 Need for Data Compression in LPWAN
4 Non-cellular LPWAN Ecosystem
4.1 Neul
4.2 LoRa Alliance
4.3 SIGFOX
4.4 Ingenu
4.5 Nwave
4.6 LinkLabs Symphony Link
4.7 Wireless IoT Forum
4.8 ArgonDesign
4.9 Weightless
4.10 FastNet
4.11 SemTech
4.12 Senet
4.13 Tata Communication
4.14 IBM
4.15 Cisco
4.16 Huawei
4.17 Ericsson, Nokia and Intel
4.18 Greenvity
4.19 Aclara
4.20 Rajant
5 LPWAN Use Cases
5.1 LPWAN Application Landscape
5.2 Lighting Control
5.3 Parking Management
5.4 Security Access and Control
5.5 Smart Grid and Demand Response
5.6 Logistics and Asset Tracking
5.7 Water Metering and Leak Detection
5.8 Supermarkets and Food Distribution Supply Chains
5.9 Agriculture Technology: Irrigation Management and More
6 Non-cellular LPWAN Connectivity and Service Revenue Forecasts
6.1 Global Market Revenue Forecasts
6.1.1 Combined Revenue
6.1.2 Non-cellular LPWAN Revenue
6.1.2.1 Non-Cellular IoT LPWAN Revenue by Category
6.1.2.2 Non-Cellular IoT LPWAN Revenue by Industry Vertical
6.2 Non-cellular Regional Market Revenue Forecasts
6.2.1.1 Non-Cellular IoT LPWAN Revenue by Region
6.2.2 North America Market Revenue
6.2.3 APAC Market Revenue
6.2.4 Europe Market Revenue
6.2.5 Latin America Market Revenue
6.2.6 Middle East & Africa Market Revenue
7 Non-cellular IoT LPWAN Connected Device Deployment Forecasts
7.1 Global Deployment Unit Forecasts
7.1.1 Combined Deployment Unit
7.1.2 Non-cellular LPWAN Deployment
7.1.2.1 Non-Cellular IoT WAN Deployment Unit by Categories
7.1.2.2 Non-Cellular IoT LPWAN Deployment Unit by Industry Verticals
7.2 Non-cellular Regional Deployment Unit Forecasts
7.2.1.1 Non-Cellular IoT LPWAN Deployment Unit by Region
7.2.2 North America Deployment
7.2.3 APAC Deployment Unit
7.2.4 Europe Deployment Unit
7.2.5 Latin America Deployment Unit
7.2.6 Middle East & Africa Deployment Unit
8 Conclusions and Recommendations
8.1.1 IoT WAN Evolution and Roadmap
8.1.2 Enterprise IoT WAN Strategies
8.1.3 Public Access LPWAN

Figures

Figure 1: Wireless Network Standards for IoT
Figure 2: Wireless IoT Wide Area Network Connectivity Ecosystem
Figure 3: Wireless Network Standardization for IoT
Figure 4: Wireless IoT Communication and Protocol Stack
Figure 5: Star and Mesh Network Topology and Interconnection Pattern
Figure 6: Intelligent IoT Network
Figure 7: M2M Powered Air Traffic Control System with WAN
Figure 8: Smart City Connectivity
Figure 9: LPWAN Radios Range vs. Battery Life
Figure 10: LPWAN Range vs. Bandwidth and Combination Point
Figure 11: 3GPP IoT Proposals for LTE, Narrowband and 5G Network
Figure 12: LoRaWAN Network Architecture
Figure 13: LPWAN Technology Comparison
Figure 14: Cellular vs. Non-Cellular IoT WAN Comparison
Figure 15: Intelligent Compression for LPWAN
Figure 16: LoRaWAN Network Architecture
Figure 17: LoRa LPWAN Network Connectivity Structure
Figure 18: Cellular IoT Network Standard, Data Rates, and Sample Use Cases
Figure 19: Cellular IoT Use Cases and Specific Requirements
Figure 20: Global IoT WAN Technology Connectivity & Service Revenue 2016 - 2021
Figure 21: Global IoT WAN Connected Device Deployment Unit 2016 - 2021

Tables

Table 1: Data Compression and Savings for LPWAN
Table 2: Global Non-cellular LPWAN Technology Connectivity & Service Revenue 2016 – 2021
Table 3: Global Non-Cellular IoT LPWAN Connectivity & Service Revenue by Category 2016 – 2021
Table 4: Global Non-Cellular IoT LPWAN Connectivity & Service Rev by Industry Vertical 2016 – 2021
Table 5: Non-Cellular IoT LPWAN Connectivity & Service Revenue by Region 2016 – 2021
Table 6: North America IoT LPWAN Connectivity & Service Revenue 2016 – 2021
Table 7: APAC IoT LPWAN Connectivity & Service Revenue 2016 – 2021
Table 8: Europe IoT LPWAN Connectivity & Service Revenue 2016 – 2021
Table 9: Latin America IoT LPWAN Connectivity & Service Revenue 2016 – 2021
Table 10: ME&A IoT LPWAN Connectivity & Service Revenue 2016 – 2021
Table 11: Global IoT LPWAN Connected Device Deployment 2016 - 2021
Table 12: Global Non-Cellular IoT LPWAN Connected Device Deployment by Category 2016 - 2021
Table 13: Global Non-Cellular IoT LPWAN Connected Device Deployment by Vertical 2016 - 2021
Table 14: Non-Cellular IoT LPWAN Connected Device Deployment by Region 2016 - 2021
Table 15: North America IoT LPWAN Connected Device Deployment 2016 - 2021
Table 16: APAC IoT LPWAN Connected Device Deployment 2016 - 2021
Table 17: Europe IoT LPWAN Connected Device Deployment 2016 - 2021
Table 18: Latin America IoT LPWAN Connected Device Deployment 2016 - 2021
Table 19: Middle East & Africa IoT LPWAN Connected Device Deployment 2016 - 2021


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