2020 Update--Global Internet of Things (IoT) Devices Forecast, 2017-2026

2020 Update--Global Internet of Things (IoT) Devices Forecast, 2017-2026

Impact of COVID-19 on Adoption of IoT Devices

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13-Jul-2020
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This study is an updated IoT Device forecast with 2019 as the base year. The forecast takes into account the impact that COVID-19 would have on the adoption and implementation of IoT devices in 2020. The study is a detailed forecast of the total number of IoT devices globally. The study is broken out by region: North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and Latin America. The North American market is further broken down into the United States and Canada. Each region is also broken down by application. The study is a combination of enterprise and consumer devices. Asia-Pacific is the largest region for IoT devices, with China accounting for the largest share. The North American and EMEA markets are relatively similar in size. Latin America represents the smallest region but is growing at the fastest rate.

In 2020, the global growth rate for IoT devices will fall sharply to 9.3% from a growth rate of 23.4% in 2019. This is due to the impact of COVID-19 as economies across the world have seen a decrease in investments in IoT and technology. The Asia-Pacific market will continue to grow at more than 13.5% in 2020, while the EMEA and North American markets will slow down to 2.7% and 3.0%, respectively.

In 2019, there were more than 24.37 billion IoT devices in service. By 2026, there will be approximately 66.82 billion IoT devices in service at a CAGR of 15.5%, representing roughly 8 connected IoT devices per human being. By our estimate, COVID-19 will have pushed the market back by a year, as recovery will vary by industry and application.

The study is broken down by the following applications: portable asset tracking; OEM telematics/connected car; commercial/fleet telematics; usage-based insurance; vehicle lending/BHPH; infotainment and aftermarket telematics; smart grid/oil and gas; AMIs and smart meters; smart home/alarm monitoring; building automation, security and surveillance; factory and industrial automation; fixed asset monitoring; vending, PoS and transaction terminals; digital signage; healthcare and medical devices; mHealth and wellness; connected consumer electronics; and others.

IoT devices include all devices that have some form of connection to a network but do not include smartphones, tablets, and notebooks or PCs.

Author: Dilip Sarangan

This study is an updated IoT Device forecast with 2019 as the base year. The forecast takes into account the impact that COVID-19 would have on the adoption and implementation of IoT devices in 2020. The study is a detailed forecast of the total number of IoT devices globally. The study is broken out by region: North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and Latin America. The North American market is further broken down into the United States and Canada. Each region is also broken down by application. The study is a combination of enterprise and consumer devices. Asia-Pacific is the largest region for IoT devices, with China accounting for the largest share. The North American and EMEA markets are relatively similar in size. Latin America represents the smallest region but is growing at the fastest rate. In 2020, the global growth rate for IoT devices will fall sharply to 9.3% from a growth rate of 23.4% in 2019. This is due to the impact of COVID-19 as economies across the world have seen a decrease in investments in IoT and technology. The Asia-Pacific market will continue to grow at more than 13.5% in 2020, while the EMEA and North American markets will slow down to 2.7% and 3.0%, respectively. In 2019, there were more than 24.37 billion IoT devices in service. By 2026, there will be approximately 66.82 billion IoT devices in service at a CAGR of 15.5%, representing roughly 8 connected IoT devices per human being. By our estimate, COVID-19 will have pushed the market back by a year, as recovery will vary by industry and application. The study is broken down by the following applications: portable asset tracking; OEM telematics/connected car; commercial/fleet telematics; usage-based insurance; vehicle lending/BHPH; infotainment and aftermarket telematics; smart grid/oil and gas; AMIs and smart meters; smart home/alarm monitoring; building automation, security and surveillance; factory and industrial automation; fixed asset monitoring; vending, PoS and transaction terminals; digital signage; healthcare and medical devices; mHealth and wellness; connected consumer electronics; and others. IoT devices include all devices that have some form of connection to a network but do not include smartphones, tablets, and notebooks or PCs. Author: Dilip Sarangan
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