The connected device market is rapidly evolving as the number, type, and purpose of devices is set to expand dramatically as the Internet of Things (IoT) expands beyond the current state of limited applications, many of which remain silo in nature. Over the course of the next five years, many IoT applications will become increasingly interconnected. Some of these applications will be enhanced through communication with a smart device.
Connected Device Market Dynamics
A “smart device” has some associated intelligence, which can be either embedded/stand-alone and/or provided remotely via cloud services. It is important to note that cloud services may be either centralized or distributed via Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) infrastructure. In contrast, an IoT device need not be smart, and in fact, many are relatively unintelligent devices that are typically single-purpose and rely upon intelligence to be provided elsewhere for data processing, analytics, analysis, and dispersal of actionable information.
Connected Device Market Report
This Connected Device market report assesses the connected device ecosystem with analysis of Smart and IoT Connected Device technologies, companies, and solutions for consumer, enterprise, and industrial markets. The report evaluates technology enablers, market drivers, and provides a view into the future of connected devices. It includes global, regional, country, and industry vertical forecasts as well as estimates by product, application, and device type.
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Table of Contents
1.0 Executive Summary
2.1 Smart and IoT Connected Devices
2.2 Smart Connected Devices
2.2.1 Connected IoT Devices
1.1.1 Smart Devices vs. Non-Smart IoT Connected Devices
2.3 Connected Device Market Impact
2.4 Growth Factors
2.5 Market Challenges
3.0 Smart and Connected IoT Device Ecosystem
3.1 Connected IoT Device Systems
3.2 Consumer IoT Connected Devices
3.2.1 Enterprise IoT Connected Devices
3.2.2 Industrial IoT Connected Devices
3.2.3 IoT Software and Connected Applications
3.3 IoT Device Management Technology and Solutions
3.4 IoT Interoperability and Enabling Technology
3.5 Cloud Deployment and Open Architecture Model
3.6 Connected IoT Device Supply Chain
3.7 Business Models and Strategies
3.8 Machine Learning and other AI Solutions
3.9 Smart Workplace and Automation Systems
3.10 5G, MEC, and Connected IoT Applications
4.0 Smart and Connected Device Technology Enablers
4.1 Artificial Intelligence
4.2 Broadband Wireless
4.3 Computing (Centralized and Edge)
4.4 Data Analytics
4.5 IoT Convergence
5.0 Smart and Connected IoT Device Market Drivers
5.1.1 Localized Intelligence
5.1.2 Autonomous Operation
5.2.1 Smart Workplace
5.2.2 Smart Products
5.2.3 Business Automation
5.3.1 Industrial Evolution
5.3.2 Industrial Convergence
6.0 Global Markets for Connected Devices
6.1 Connected Devices by Type of IoT
6.2 Connected Devices by Region
7.0 Markets for Connected Devices in Consumer IoT
7.1 Markets for Connected Devices in Consumer IoT
7.2 Regional Markets for Connected Devices in Consumer IoT
8.0 Markets for Connected Devices in Enterprise IoT
8.1 Markets for Connected Devices in Enterprise IoT
8.2 Regional Markets for Connected Devices in Enterprise IoT
9.0 Markets for Connected Devices in Industrial IoT
9.1 Markets for Connected Devices in Industrial IoT
9.2 Regional Markets for Connected Devices in Industrial IoT
10.0 Markets for Connected Devices in Government IoT
10.1 Markets for Connected Devices in Government IoT
10.2 Regional Markets for Connected Devices in Government IoT
11.0 Company Analysis
11.1 IBM Corporation
11.2 Google Inc.
11.3 Apple Inc.
11.4 Microsoft Corporation
11.5 General Electric Co.
11.6 ABB Ltd.
11.7 LG Electronics
11.8 Koninklijke Philips N.V
11.9 Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
11.10 Samsung Electronics Co Ltd.
11.11 Honeywell International Inc.
11.12 Sony Corporation
11.13 HTC Corporation
11.14 Vuzix Corporation
11.15 Osterhout Design Group (ODG)
11.16 Schneider Electric
11.17 Siemens AG
11.18 Whirlpool Corporation
11.19 AB Electrolux
11.20 Oracle Corporation
11.21 Advantech Co. Ltd
11.22 PTC Corporation
11.23 Telit Communications PLC
11.24 Wind River Systems Inc.
11.25 Cumulocity GmBH
11.26 Amplía Soluciones SL
11.27 Nokia Corporation
11.28 Dell Technologies Inc.
11.29 ARM Limited
11.30 Aeris Communication Inc.
11.31 Smith Micro Software Inc.
11.33 Motorola Inc.
11.34 Lenovo Group Ltd.
12.0 Future of Smart and Connected Devices
12.1 Ubiquitous Distribution and Presence
12.2 Localized Intelligence and Computing
12.3 Autonomous Decision-making and Actions
12.3.1 Consumer Market
12.3.2 Enterprise Market
12.3.3 Industrial Market
13.0 Conclusions and Recommendations
Figure 1: Smart First Level Connected Device
Figure 2: Connected IoT Device System
Figure 3: Consumer IoT Connected Device Ecosystem
Figure 4: Enterprise IoT Connected Device Ecosystem
Figure 5: Industrial IoT Connected Device Ecosystem
Figure 6: Architecture Reference Model (ARM) for IoT
Figure 7: Architecture Reference Model (ARM) for IoT
Figure 8: Awareness, Action, and Automation Cycle
Figure 9: Global Markets for Connected Devices
Figure 10: Global Markets for Connected Devices by Type of IoT
Figure 11: Global Market Revenue for Connected Devices by Type of IoT
Figure 12: Connected Devices by Region
Figure 13: Connected Device Revenue by Region
Figure 14: IoT Mediation
Figure 15: Key Technologies for Awareness, Action, and Automation
Table 1: Global Markets for Connected Devices
Table 2: Global Markets for Connected Devices by Type of IoT
Table 3: Global Market Revenue for Connected Devices by Type of IoT
Table 4: Connected Devices by Region
Table 5: Connected Device Revenue by Region
Table 6: Connected Devices in Consumer IoT
Table 7: Connected Device Revenue in Consumer IoT
Table 8: Connected Devices in Consumer IoT by Region
Table 9: Connected Device Revenue in Consumer IoT by Region
Table 10: Connected Device Revenue in Enterprise IoT
Table 11: Connected Device Revenue in Enterprise IoT
Table 12: Connected Devices in Enterprise IoT by Regions
Table 13: Connected Device Revenue in Enterprise IoT by Region
Table 14: Connected Devices in Industrial IoT
Table 15: Connected Device Revenue in Industrial IoT
Table 16: Connected Devices in Industrial IoT by Region
Table 17: Connected Device Revenue in Industrial IoT by Region
Table 18: Connected Devices in Government IoT
Table 19: Connected Device Revenue in Government IoT
Table 20: Connected Devices in Government IoT by Region
Table 21: Connected Device Revenue in Government IoT by Region
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