$6,500 - Multi-user/corporate license
($8,000 for each report purchased separately)
Based on thousands of surveys and phone interviews with individuals across the whole wireless sensor network value chain, this set of three reports provides 260+ pages covering 50+ unique WSN markets.
Each report includes in-depth analysis of the market dynamics, adoption and technology trends, the competitive landscape and detailed five year forecasts by device/chipset shipment and revenues with breakdowns by application, market segment, product type, geography and technology.
Our senior market analysts and IoT experts will also spend 10 hours on your specific research needs including additional forecast breakdowns, competitive analysis, investor presentation or other research materials to help with your IoT product development, financing, strategy or marketing.
Report 1: Wireless Sensor Networks Markets
For the past decade, Internet of Things (IoT) development has been limited by costs, reliability, range and network incompatibility. Today, these barriers to entry have been removed by wireless sensor networks (WSN) that have become a key differentiator for an increasing number of organizations... More
2,500+ individuals including enterprise IoT end users, consumers, home service providers, professional installers, device manufacturers, software developers, and component suppliers.
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Report 2: 802.15.4 Markets
Wireless mesh sensor network standards have made 802.15.4 the predominant networking technology for the Internet of Things. Z-Wave, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and low power WiFi have been unsuccessful at slowing 802.15.4 market penetration.
Half a billion 802.15.4 mesh chips have been sold for smart homes and buildings, metering, smart cities, industrial automation and other IoT markets. This success is demonstrated by leading consumer electronics manufacturers embedding 802.15.4 in smart speakers, routers and web cams as well as sensors, controllers and hubs.... More
2,500+ individuals including consumers, home service providers, professional installers, device manufacturers, software developers, and component suppliers.
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