Wireless Internet of Things Set


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757 pages (678 figures and 320 tables) covering the largest and fastest growing wireless Internet of Things markets

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1. 802.15.4 & ZigBee: Enabling the Internet of Things
Published: Q1 2014
Pages: 106 (77 figures, 50 tables)
Includes PDF, Excel forecast data PowerPoint Presentation
(47 Slides)

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2. Smart Wireless Lighting
Published: Q4 2013
Pages: 81 (78 figures, 34 tables)
Includes PDF, Excel forecast data PowerPoint Presentation
(49 Slides)


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3. Smart Building Wireless Sensor Networks
Published: Q4 2013
Pages: 117 (129 figures, 58 tables)
Includes PDF, Excel forecast data PowerPoint Presentation (35 Slides)


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4. Health & Wellness Wireless Sensor Networks
Published: Q1 2013
Pages: 81 (78 figures, 40 tables)
Includes PDF, Excel forecast data PowerPoint Presentation (37 Slides)


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5. Industrial Wireless Sensor Networks
Published: Q4 2014
Pages: 102 (99 figures, 45 tables)

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6. Smart Home Sensor Networks
Published: Q4 2011
Pages: 122 (102 figures, 57 tables)
Includes PDF, Excel forecast data PowerPoint Presentation (39 Slides)


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7. Internet Protocol (IP) Smart Object Networks
Published: Q4 2011
Pages: 75 (71 figures, 27 tables)
Includes PDF and PowerPoint Presentation (41 Slides)

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Synopsis:

Based on 1000s of surveys and phone interviews with individuals across the whole Internet of Things (IoT) value chain, this report set provides 750+ pages
covering the largest and fastest growing IoT markets. The reports cover 20 unique ecosystems with particular focus on applications for wireless sensors and actuators (smart objects).

Each report includes in-depth analysis of the market dynamics, adoption and technology trends, the competitive landscape and detailed five year forecasts by device shipment and revenues with several breakdowns by application, market segment, product type, technology, geography and others.




 


Report 1: 802.15.4 & ZigBee

ZigBee and IEEE 802.15.4 will play a dominant role in the fixed Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) market that is set to reach 1 billion annual unit shipments within the next five years.

Smart Energy continues to be the primary driver for the majority of fixed WSN markets.  Between 2012 and 2018, ZigBee and 802.15.4 based systems will make up 43% of the wireless chipsets used for smart metering, home and building energy management, distributed energy resources as well as lighting controls.

Primary Research:

800+ individuals including consumers, facility managers, home service providers, professional installers, device manufacturers, software developers, and component suppliers.

Full Synopsis
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Report 2: Smart Wireless Lighting

From large scale wireless sensor networks for commercial and outdoor lighting to RF enabled light bulbs for consumers, wireless lighting controls are enabling a new generation of smart lighting solutions for green buildings and the Internet of Things.

While many of the latest wireless lighting products are focused on commercial building energy management, the residential market is growing even faster. In fact, retail sales of several smart wireless lighting products such as RF enabled LED light bulbs increased by more than 200% over the past 12 months and hundreds of wireless lighting control products are currently for sale through retail and online channels.

Primary Research:

500+ individuals including consumers, facility managers, home service providers, professional installers, device manufacturers, software developers, and component suppliers.

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Report 3: Smart Building Wireless Sensor Networks

Wireless sensor networks (WSN) will be responsible for the majority of the growth in intelligent building systems over the next decade.

A transformation is underway in building automation due to low-cost Internet based cloud services enabled by wireless sensor networks. From building-wide wireless mesh networks to room-level controls, there are dozens of new entrants that are challenging the incumbents especially for small and medium sized buildings.

Primary Research:

250+ interviews with facility managers, professional installers, hardware manufacturers, software developers, system manufacturers and component suppliers

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Report 4: Health & Wellness Wireless Sensor Networks

Cloud connected wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are changing the way consumers and healthcare organizations think about health and wellness. Smart mobile devices connected to sensing and control networks have created new market opportunities where none existed just a few years ago.

In 2017, 18.2 million health and wellness WSN systems—excluding sports/fitness devices-- will be shipped worldwide and annual revenues enabled by these systems will reach $16.3 billion. More

Primary Research:

530 early technology adopters

220 healthcare organizations, developers, service providers, manufacturers and suppliers

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Report 5: Industrial Wireless Sensor Networks

Today, there are tens of thousands of industrial wireless sensor network deployments underway, wireless mesh standards have been ratified, and dozens of products are planned to be launched by the end of the year.  The ability to deploy nearly unlimited numbers of wireless sensors in harsh and remote locations has enabled new applications not possible with hard-wired systems.

Although the standards battle between WirelessHART and ISA100.11a has complicated product development and slowed adoption, it has driven innovation and attracted new entrants. Threats and opportunities abound as end users demand a unified standard and emerging technologies such as IP sensor networking gain traction.

Primary Research:

105 industrial end users in several industries

65+ industry experts with the leading industrial automation OEMs, systems integrators, software developers, and component suppliers

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Report 6: Smart Home Sensor Networks

Smart Home products and services will see dramatic growth over the next few years as an expanding IP infrastructure with smart mobile devices, cloud apps/services and sensor network technologies provide users with cost cutting and enhanced home experiences.

In 2015, Smart Home sensor network chipset shipments will approach 100 million worldwide, enabling nearly $6 billion in cloud services for home service providers and app developers...

Primary Research:

529 consumers, 300 home service providers, utilities, retail outlets and professional installers

70+ interviews with manufacturers, software providers, component suppliers, industry agencies and government officials

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Report 7: IP Smart Object Networks

Within the next decade, devices connected to the Internet will eclipse their human users many times over. Smart objects are a special class of Internet connected devices that are self-aware, self-upgrading, communicate with other smart objects, and are massively scalable.

A breakthrough came in the summer of 2011 with the advent of a new Web services model called CoAP, a routing protocol called RPL, and a cross-industry collaboration on using these protocols...

Primary Research:

400+ managers and professionals in industrial automation, utilities/energy, building facility management, IT directors and custom installatios

100+ interviews with manufacturers, software providers, component suppliers, industry agencies and government officials

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