Universal IoT: Service Assurance, Deployment, & Fulfilment 2018 to 2025

Universal IoT: Service Assurance, Deployment, & Fulfilment 2018 to 2025

Publish Date: 2Q 2018 | Code: 4378 | File Format: PDF & Interactive Excel

The Research points to Service Assurance as the primary reason why near 7 out of 10 IoT projects never materialise. Having identified various issues that have kept IoT from becoming mainstream, Research breaks down issues into 3 core categories: Physical Attributes (ruggedness, waterproofing, shelf life, etc.); Operational Attributes (interoperability, compatibility, performance in hybrid environments, etc.); & Commercial Attributes (IoT charging & payment mechanisms, cost to the end user, etc.). One by one then Research provides accurate advice and recommendations to stakeholders for ensuring seamless deployment, delivery, and fulfilment of the hard-won ‘IoT orders’.

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Features

Conformation, Acceleration, and Time-to-Value are everything in business. The faster you can conceive and implement an IoT strategy for your business, the faster you’ll derive value and ROI. There are numerous companies involved in IoT business and each of them is trying to offer some kind of solution. However, there is hardly any company that is seriously trying to solve the issues that are limiting the growth of IoT, extensively. All companies are offering solutions that are good in silos only. And, anyone who has business interest in IoT would definitely agree that it’s not an ideal situation.

Researchica (Earlier TeleResearch Labs) has followed the technology market for more than 15 years now, unfolding its ups and downs. We have observed many highly potential technologies failing badly due to poor planning and overlooking the concerns of end-users. One of such failures was of 3G network.

Being an active stakeholder of the industry, Researchica has always been taking industry challenges that needed serious consideration. And, over the years we have positively contributed to the technology market achieve its true potential. The idea of this research came after we observed there existed fundamental serious issues with IoT project deployments which no one had been putting into perspective.

It all started with our survey on IoT projects. The objective of the survey was to find out, what it takes to create a healthy IoT Market, where the IoT service provider as well as the end-user both get benefited?

We tried to investigate from all the angles, including network deployment, service development, business models, and customer demand. And we were looking to find out – What is of utmost importance and why does IoT projects fail?

We interacted with more than 400 IoT companies, and organisations those deployed IoT as well as those not willing to deploy IoT or have cancelled their decision to deploy. There are many instances where IoT projects could not materialise just because IoT devices were not compatible with other devices of the organisation. During our survey, we had a chance to interact with CTO of a large Middle East company. He told us that after analysing the cost-benefit of IoT devices, the company decided to deploy around 10,000 IoT devices in their manufacturing plant. However, during the PoC, the technical team from IoT vendor identified that the required IoT devices are not compatible with the existing system of the company. As a result, they had to cancel their plans. This is just one example; there are many issues Researchica has identified that will keep on hampering the IoT growth in the future. For example, there are multiple instances where companies are facing many issues post deployment. They are not able to operate the devices properly or not able to take full advantage of the system.

Security is another big challenge for companies leveraging IoT networks or devices and it’s also a big deterrent for new companies considering IoT solutions. Apart from that interoperability of IoT systems, speed, real-time communications, optimal connectivity, device shelf-life, and battery-life are among the most pressing challenges prevalent across IoT systems & set-ups.

So, there’s definitely a big need for service assurance in IoT. But the big question is – how can service assurance for IoT be achieved? What are the available solutions? What should be ideal strategy to ensure service assurance by IoT service providers? 

This Research attempts to answer all these questions and every other challenges that are coming in the way of achieving flawless IoT deployment. After minutely analysing all the pressing issues of IoT, Researchers have gone deep into decoding possibilities, analysing solutions, gathering right advice and recommendations for key stakeholders of IoT market.

Researchica has also proposed models for achieving IoT service assurance within the limitations of available IoT technologies. There will be tons of new IoT solutions that can add value to end-users; however, their flawless implementation and fulfilment is even more important than expected IoT outcomes.

 

Unique Attributes of this Research

  • Making IoT Smart & Universal: As it is known; interoperability, compatibility, portability, responsiveness, battery issues, shelf-life, ruggedness, & user specific customisation (including interface tweaking) —are all the reasons keeping IoT for becoming mainstream. 

    The Research thus takes into perspective such and various other points of contention coming in the way of “Universal-IoT” and lays script for a foolproof, smart IoT deploy.
  • Service Assurance (as) Niche, Market Opportunity, & Monetisation: Assessing market opportunity of service assurance as stand-alone or add-on service, or as a complementary offering -across various use-cases, verticals, & markets.
  • Excelling IoT Deployment Success Rate to 95-99%: Leveraging ‘service assurance’ across pre-existing IoT environments, and achieving improved success rate of 95%-99% [currently, this is less than 20%].
  • Out-of-the-box Service Assurance Achievement & Replication strategies proposed by Researchica.

Questions Answered by the Report

  • What is holding back IoT from becoming mainstream?
  • What are the major challenges in IoT deployment across consumer, business/ industrial, and civil verticals (or markets)?
  • How can service providers optimise their offerings in an increasingly competitive environment?
  • What factors will drive deployment scale up in near as well as distant future, and what market challenges will still remain?
  • What emerging technologies and services are going to drive IoT market uptake forward?
  • What are the proposed roadmaps that IoT players can employ to create fresh demand and propel revenues?
  • What is the projected market potential of IoT vis-à-vis service assurance during the next 5 years? How much revenue a clean IoT deploy could contribute on its own, and how to achieve that? 

Companies Mentioned in the Report

Adeunis RF, Advantech, Altair Semiconductors, ARM Holdings, Atmel, Bluegiga, Broadcom, Cypress, Cypress Semiconductor, Dialog Semiconductor, Digi International, Espressif Systems, Fibocom, GainSpan, Gemalto, GreenPeak Technologies, Huawei, Ingenu, Intel, Laird Technologies, Lantronix, Linear Technology, Marvell Technology Group, Mediatek, Microchip, Murata, Neoway Technology, Nordic Semiconductor, Novatel Wireless, NWave Technologies, NXP Semiconductors, Qualcomm, Quectel, Radiocrafts, Redpine Signals, Renesas, Samsung Electronics, SemTech, Sequans Communications, Sierra Wireless, Sigma Designs, Silex Technology, Silicon Labs, SIMcom Wireless Solutions, STMicroelectronics, Telit Communications, Texas Instruments, Toshiba Semiconductors, U-blox, ZTE.

Target Audience

IoT Players, Chip Manufacturers, Sensor Manufacturers, Battery Manufacturers, Semiconductor Companies, IoT Platform Providers, IoT Device Manufacturers, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), Original Design Manufacturers (ODMs) and OEM Technology Solution Providers, Research Organisations, Technology Standard Organisations, Forums, Alliances and Associations, Technology Investors, Governments, Financial Institutions, and Investment Communities, Analysts and Strategic Business Planners.

Table of Contents

ToCUniversal IoT: Service Assurance, Deployment, and Fulfilment 2018 to 2025
1Introduction
1.1Objectives of the Study
1.2Scope of the Study
1.2.1M2M
1.2.2IoT
1.3Research Methodology
2Executive Summary
2.1Top 10 IoT Market Developments of 2017
2.1.175% of IoT projects fail – Cisco Study
2.1.2Google launches IoT core
2.1.3‘Trusted IoT Alliance’ developing blockchain based trusted IoT
2.1.4The US Senate introduces IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act 2017
2.1.5Itron acquires Silver Spring Networks for US$830 million
2.1.6Dell announces US$1 billion R&D investment into IoT edge analytics
2.1.7Google Waymo puts the first fully self driving car on US roads without a safety driver
2.1.8Consumer IoT devices sales grew almost 4 times during Christmas 2017
2.1.9Uptake (‘Cool Vendor’) receives US$264 million funding in 2017
2.1.10Deutsche Telekom deploys NB-IoT across eight European markets and the United States
2.2IoT Resolve
2.2.1Technical Pain Points
2.2.1.1Security
2.2.1.2Interoperability of IoT Systems
2.2.1.3Speed
2.2.1.4Real-Time Communications
2.2.1.5Connectivity Solutions
2.2.1.6Battery Life
2.2.2Data Protection and Privacy
2.2.3Market Readiness
2.2.4IoT Service Assurance is the biggest challenge
2.2.5Standardisation
2.3Future of IoT
2.4Analyst Viewpoint
2.4.1Chipset manufacturers would not be able to meet the demand from IoT Companies
2.4.2IoT across Industrial, Consumer, and Civil Markets
2.4.3Opportunities and Challenges in Industrial Adoption of IoT
2.4.4Opportunities and Challenges in Consumer Adoption of IoT
2.4.5Opportunities and Challenges in Civil Adoption of IoT
2.4.6Importance of IoT (Revenues) for Telcos
2.4.7Pricing strategies for IoT services
2.4.8Why is service assurance important for IoT?
3IoT Market Structure, Ecosystem, and Value Chain Analysis
3.1IoT Ecosystem
3.2Elements of IoT System
3.2.1Sensors
3.2.2Network/ Connectivity Technologies
3.2.3Analytics – Aggregation and Insight
3.3IoT Market Segmentation
3.3.1Market Segmentation by Application/ Industry
3.3.1.1Consumer IoT
3.3.1.1.1Home
3.3.1.1.2Lifestyle
3.3.1.1.3Health
3.3.1.1.4Mobility
3.3.1.2Business/ Industrial IoT
3.3.1.2.1Manufacturing
3.3.1.2.2Healthcare
3.3.1.2.3Retail
3.3.1.2.4Energy
3.3.1.2.5Mobility
3.3.1.3Civil IoT
3.3.1.3.1Cities
3.3.1.3.2Public Services
3.3.1.3.3Government
3.3.2Market Segmentation by Technology
3.3.2.1IoT Software
3.3.2.1.1Top 10 IoT Software Companies
3.3.2.2IoT Hardware
3.3.2.2.1Top 10 IoT Hardware Companies
3.3.2.3IoT Connectivity
3.3.2.3.1Top 10 IoT Connectivity Solution Providers
3.3.2.4IoT Service
3.4IoT Market Structure and Ecosystem
3.4.1Industry Competitors
3.4.2Buyers
3.4.3Suppliers
3.4.4Substitutes
3.4.5Potential Entrants
3.5IoT Opportunity Galore
3.5.1Industrial and Vertical Markets
3.5.1.1Industrial Automation
3.5.1.2Factory and warehouse
3.5.1.3Healthcare
3.5.1.4Automotive
3.5.1.4.1Case Study: mbrace
3.5.1.5Supply chain / fleet management
3.5.1.5.1Case Study: Chorus
3.5.1.6Oil and gas
3.5.1.7Agriculture
3.5.1.8Media Companies
3.5.1.9Opportunities and Challenges in Industrial Adoption of IoT
3.5.2Consumer Markets IoT
3.5.2.1IoT Use Cases across Consumer Markets
3.5.2.2Smart homes and building automation
3.5.2.3Consumer electronics, small appliances and toys
3.5.2.4Opportunities and Challenges in Consumer Adoption of IoT
3.5.3Civil Markets IoT
3.5.3.1IoT Use Cases across Civil Markets
3.5.3.2Smart Grids
3.5.3.3Smart Cities
3.5.3.3.1Case Study: Nedaa
3.5.3.4Intelligent Traffic Systems
3.5.3.5Energy and Utilities
3.5.3.6IoT for Disaster management
3.5.3.7Opportunities and Challenges in Civil Adoption of IoT
3.5.4Promising New/ Untouched Segments
3.5.4.1Ultra-low-cost IoT Solutions
3.5.4.2IoT Innovation in Agriculture
3.5.4.3Forecasts on Promising Areas
3.5.4.4Investment Forecasts across Untouched Markets
3.5.4.5IoT Users and Devices Forecast across Untouched Markets
3.5.4.6IoT Revenue Forecast across Untouched Markets
3.6Market Attractiveness Analysis
3.7IoT Market Drivers & Inhibitors
3.8IoT Resolve
3.8.1Technical Pain points
3.8.1.1Security
3.8.1.2Interoperability of IoT Systems
3.8.1.3Speed
3.8.1.4Real time communications
3.8.1.5Connectivity Solutions
3.8.1.6Battery life
3.8.2Data Protection and Privacy
3.8.3Market Readiness
3.8.4Reliability
3.8.5Standardisation
4IoT Deployment, Pricing Strategies, and Service Assurance
4.1IoT Deployment Models
4.1.1Major building blocks for a successful IoT deployment
4.1.2What are the best practices for a scalable IoT deployment?
4.1.3Case Study of a highly successful IoT deployment: Rolls-Royce
4.1.4Top 10 highly successful IoT deployments
4.2Pricing Strategies for IoT deployment
4.2.1Major Factors affecting cost of IoT deployment
4.2.1.1Initial Cost
4.2.1.2Lease Period
4.2.1.3QoS
4.2.1.4Age of Resources
4.2.1.5Cost of Maintenance
4.2.2Critical analysis of current IoT deployment charging models
4.2.3Proposed Pricing Models for IoT Service Providers
4.2.3.1Simple Purchase
4.2.3.2Pay-as-you-go Model
4.2.3.3Subscription (Time-bound) Model
4.2.3.4Pay-for-resources Model
4.2.3.5QoS-based Model
4.2.3.6Hybrid Model
4.3Researchica Remarks: Unorthodox charging models can boost the uptake of IoT across verticals
4.4IoT Service Assurance
4.4.1What is IoT service assurance?
4.4.2Why is service assurance important for IoT?
4.4.3Major Trends in IoT Service Assurance
4.4.4How can service assurance for IoT be achieved?
4.4.5Proposed Models of IoT Service Assurance
4.4.6IoT Service Assurance Checklist
4.4.6.1Security of IoT Network
4.4.6.2Interface
4.4.6.3Long Durability
4.4.6.4Network/ Connectivity
4.4.6.5Ruggedness of Devices
5Major Breakthrough Innovations in IoT Technology
5.1IoT Chipset Innovations
5.1.1MIT Chip offers energy efficiency for secure IoT
5.1.2ARM announces integrated SIM chips to lower IoT deployment costs
5.1.3Qualcomm Technologies QCA4020 tri-mode connectivity system-on-chip (SoC) helps overcome IoT fragmentation and interoperability challenges
5.2IoT Security Innovations
5.2.1MIT researchers have developed a novel transmitter that protects wireless data from hackers
5.2.2Ruckus announces IoT suite to enable secure access networks
5.2.3Dell, Microsoft collaborate for joint IoT solutions
5.2.4Comodo CA launches IoT security platform
5.3IoT Sensor Innovations
5.3.1Sensors for bio-compatible devices
5.3.2Miniature and low power consuming sensors
5.4IoT Battery Innovations
5.4.1Battery-less and Self-powered Devices
5.4.1.1FORCE Technology Innovation
5.4.1.2Retail Application: Shelf labels based on indoor solar cell technology
5.5Innovation in IoT Connectivity Solutions
5.5.1Short Range IoT Connectivity Technologies
5.5.2Longer Range IoT Connectivity Technologies
6IoT Market Forecast 2018-2025
6.1Global IoT Market 2018-2025
6.2Global IoT Market by Region 2018-2025
6.2.1North America
6.2.1.1U.S.
6.2.1.2Canada
6.3Europe
6.3.1Germany
6.3.2United Kingdom
6.3.3France
6.3.4Italy
6.3.5Spain
6.3.6Rest of Europe
6.4Asia Pacific
6.4.1China
6.4.2Japan
6.4.3South Korea
6.4.4India
6.4.5Australia
6.4.6Rest of APAC
6.5Latin America
6.6Middle East & Africa
6.7IoT Market by Vertical
6.7.1Industrial Automation
6.7.2Factory and warehouse
6.7.3Healthcare
6.7.4Automotive
6.7.5Supply Chain / Fleet Management
6.7.6Oil and Gas
6.7.7Agriculture
6.7.8Entertainment & Media
6.7.9Military & Aerospace
6.8IoT Sensor Market 2018-2025
6.9IoT Chipset Market 2018-2025
6.1IoT Battery Market 2018-2025
6.11IoT Platform Market 2018-2025
6.12Global IoT Security Market 2018-2025
7Conclusions, Recommendations, and Strategic Analysis
7.1Recommendations for Chipset Manufacturers
7.2Recommendations for Sensor Manufacturers
7.3Recommendations for Battery Manufacturers
7.4Recommendations for Platform providers
7.5Recommendations for End-to-End Service Providers
7.6Recommendations for Governments
7.7Recommendations for Businesses and Industries
List of Figures
Figure 1IoT Market Structure and Ecosystem
Figure 2 Global IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 3 IoT Market Revenue by Region (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 4 North America IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 5 USA IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 6 Canada IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 7 Europe IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 8 Germany IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 9 UK IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 10 France IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 11 Italy IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 12 Spain IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 13 Asia Pacific IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 14 China IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 15 Japan IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 16 South Korea IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 17 India IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 18 Australia IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 19 Latin America IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 20 Middle East & Africa IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 21 Global IoT Market Revenue by Vertical (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 22 Global IoT Market Revenue for Industrial Automation (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 23 Global IoT Market Revenue for Industrial Automation (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 24 Global IoT Market Revenue for Healthcare (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 25 Global IoT Market Revenue for Automotive (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 26 Global IoT Market Revenue for Supply Chain / Fleet Management (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 27 Global IoT Market Revenue for Oil and Gas (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 28 Global IoT Market Revenue for Agriculture (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 29 Global IoT Market Revenue for Entertainment & Media (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 30 Global IoT Market Revenue for Military & Aerospace (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 31 Global IoT Sensors Shipment (In Million Units), 2018-2025
Figure 32 Global IoT Sensors Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 33 Global IoT Smart Sensors Shipment (In Million Units), 2018-2025
Figure 34 Global IoT Smart Sensors Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 35 Global IoT Chipset Shipment (In Million Units), 2018-2025
Figure 36 Global IoT Chipset Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 37 Global IoT Battery Shipment (In Million Units), 2018-2025
Figure 38 Global IoT Battery Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 39 Global IoT Platform Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 40 Global IoT Security Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
List of Tables
Table 1 IoT Market Revenue by Region (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Table 2 Global IoT Sensors Shipment (In Million Units), 2018-2025
Table 3 Global IoT Sensors Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Table 4 Global IoT Smart Sensors Shipment (In Million Units), 2018-2025
Table 5 Global IoT Smart Sensors Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Table 6 Global IoT Chipset Shipment (In Million Units), 2018-2025
Table 7 Global IoT Chipset Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Table 8 Global IoT Battery Shipment (In Million Units), 2018-2025
Table 9 Global IoT Battery Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Table 10 Global IoT Platform Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Table 11 Global IoT Security Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025

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