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Discover the Top 10 IoT Applications in 2020

Discover the Top 10 IoT Applications in 2020

The 2020 analysis of Internet of Things application areas shows that of the 1,414 public enterprise IoT projects identified, Manufacturing / Industrial settings are most common (22%), followed by Transportation / Mobility (15%) and Energy IoT projects (14%).

via IoT Analytics

Machine Learning Apps for Data and Analytics Use Cases

Machine Learning Apps for Data and Analytics Use Cases

61% of data and analytics decision-makers adopting AI had implemented, were in the process of implementing, or were increasing their use of automation-focused machine-learning solutions —¬†25% plan to implement within the next year.

via Forrester

How 5G Tech Will Drive Industrial IoT Use Cases

How 5G Tech Will Drive Industrial IoT Use Cases

With its potential to accelerate and augment the industrial internet of things (IIoT), 5G technology is poised for major growth in the industrial sector, with 5G IIoT connections forecasted to rise to nearly 140,000 units in 2023, up from only about 1,000 in 2021, according to Omdia.

via Omdia

Augmented and Virtual Reality Spend to Reach $20B

Augmented and Virtual Reality Spend to Reach $20B

Worldwide spending on AR/VR solutions will be led by the commercial sectors, with growth from 64.5% in 2019 to more than 80% in 2022. Industries spending most on AR/VR in 2019 include personal and consumer services ($1.6 billion), retail ($1.56 billion), and discrete manufacturing ($1.54 billion).

via IDC

Virtual Reality Platforms Gain Many New Use Cases

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With an influx of standalone VR devices, a greater range of use cases will be explored, broadening the gaming-focused VR market of today. Furthermore, ABI Research anticipates a total market size of $64 billion by 2021.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

American IoT Market Revenue will Reach $357 Billion in 2019

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The progressive American companies have adopted the notion that there’s real value in connecting their Things to the public Internet. IDC forecasts that U.S. firms will invest more than $232 billion in the Internet of Things (IoT) hardware, software and services market in 2016.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

Mobile App Stickiness Index Reports Ongoing Usage Trends

The Localytics “App Stickiness Index” is a way to measure how well mobile apps are tackling the challenges of engagement and avoiding churn, in aggregate. The Index is a composite of two key application metrics: Power Users and Loyal Users.

Media and Entertainment vertical continues to have the greatest App Stickiness; Technology has the lowest.

via Localytics

Digital Media-Oriented Home Network Use Case Scenarios

Wi-Fi adoption within the home is now pervasive, but application usage can vary. According to The Diffusion Group (TDG), 74 percent of Millennials that use a home network describe their use as either ‘equally’ or ‘primarily’ media-oriented, a rate that decreases linearly with increasing age.

“Most interesting is how rapidly this media orientation drops off as the age of the home network user increases,” noted Michael Greeson.

via Digital Lifescapes

Developing M2M Software-Based Security Apps for Vehicles

The concept of an Internet of Things (IoT) may seem somewhat obscure to the uninformed person, but the need to secure personal property while traveling in an automobile is apparent to most people. Meaningful context removes confusion.

That’s why IoT market development would clearly benefit from better articulation of use case scenarios.

via Digital Lifescapes

The ‘Internet of Things’ would Benefit from Better Storytelling

Smart objects and smart cities — where a data infrastructure is woven into the physical and social infrastructures — could change the relationship between people and technology, unleashing us from the smartphone screen.

The next generation of any product needn’t be smarter per se —¬†just aware, connected, and less demanding to use. But where are the meaningful and substantive use cases for these so-called “Internet of Things” technologies?

via Guardian