Analysis of the African IoT Market, 2016

Strategic Partnerships and Acquisitions Driving Growth

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The study aims at analyzing the African Internet of Things (IoT) market in 2016.

Research Scope

This study:

Performs an IoT value chain analysis (sensors/gateways, hardware devices, connectivity, platform, software application, service provision, cloud computing, data storage and analytics, device, network, and IT security)

Identifies and analyses market trends (technological developments, service utilisation across key industry verticals, partnerships, and mergers and acquisitions) as well as regional trends (for Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa); also throws light on the growth opportunities across key industry horizontals and verticals

Provides a snapshot of IoT services utilization across a wide range of industry verticals (fleet management, agriculture, retail, energy, utility services, security and surveillance, banking and insurance, healthcare, manufacturing, smart cities, mining, and building and home automation)

Highlights growth opportunities for key suppliers in the IoT ecosystem such as telecommunications service providers, IT service providers, and sensors and hardware providers; it also throws light on growth opportunities across key industry horizontals and verticals

Provides a detailed analysis of the role of telecommunications service providers and its impact on the African IoT market

Provides a detailed analysis of the strategic partnerships and mergers and acquisitions involving key local and international providers; the factors that drive these partnerships; and its potential impact on the providers

Compares the African IoT market trends with those found in developed markets; includes individual market analysis of each of the selected countries based on value chain and key verticals utilising services; highlights the key market drivers, restraints, and enablers for the IoT market in Africa; and highlights the evolution of providers’ roles in IoT and explains the IoT readiness index for each of the selected African countries

Discusses strategies and the competitive landscape and provides a growth analysis for IT service providers (Cisco, IBM, Microsoft, Dell EMC, etc.), telecommunications service providers (MTN, Vodacom, Telkom, Safaricom, etc.), and IoT vertical solutions providers (Ctrack, FastNet, etc.) pertaining to 2016; also provides a brief overview on the future of the African IoT market

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

  • Where does Africa stand in terms of global IoT market trends?
  • Who are the key market participants in the IoT value chain?
  • What are the key strategic partnerships and mergers and acquisitions? What is the purpose of these partnerships and how are they impacting the growth strategy of service providers?
  • What are the key trends in the IoT market?
  • What are the growth opportunities across the key industry horizontals and verticals?
  • What is the role of telecommunications service providers in the IoT market and how are they looking to grow in the market?
  • What are the major drivers and restraints steering the African IoT market?

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)IoT Market—An OverviewResearch ScopeResearch Aim and ObjectivesWhat is IoT?How Does IoT Work?IoT Service Provider Value ChainIoT Connectivity TechnologiesIoT Connectivity Technologies (continued)IoT Connectivity Technologies (continued)Analysis of the African IoT MarketKey Global IoT Hot Spots and Emerging GeographiesIoT Trends—Developed IoT Markets Versus AfricaShift in the Value Potential across the IoT EcosystemIoT Technology Road MapIoT Business Benefits Value ChainFrom ICT Convergence to Multi-industry Convergence From ICT Convergence to Multi-industry Convergence (continued)Evolution of Providers’ Roles in IoTAfrican IoT Market AnalysisService Adoption across Key Industry VerticalsIoT Readiness IndexKey Market DriversKey Market RestraintsKey Enablers Required to Maximise the IoT ImpactKenyaIoT Service Provider Value ChainIoT Service Provider Value Chain AnalysisIoT Applications across Key Industry VerticalsNigeriaIoT Service Provider Value ChainIoT Service Provider Value Chain AnalysisIoT Applications across Key Industry VerticalsSouth AfricaIoT Service Provider Value ChainIoT Service Provider Value Chain AnalysisIoT Applications across Key Industry VerticalsIoT Growth Opportunities in AfricaGrowth Opportunities for Key Suppliers in the IoT EcosystemGrowth Opportunities across Key Industry HorizontalsGrowth Opportunities across Key Industry Verticals StrategicStrategic Partnerships–International ProvidersStrategic Partnerships–Regional ProvidersMergers and Acquisitions in AfricaMergers and Acquisitions–International ProvidersMergers and Acquisitions–Regional ProvidersRole of African Telecommunications Providers in the IoT MarketIoT Service Provider Value Chain—Positioning of Telecommunications ProvidersIoT Service Provider Value Chain AnalysisTelecommunications Providers Competing to Capitalise on the Burgeoning IoT MarketThe Last WordThe Last Word–4 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation Excellence




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