Global IoT LPWAN Growth Opportunities

Global IoT LPWAN Growth Opportunities

LPWAN Technology Use Cases Across Industry Verticals Enhance Future Growth Potential for the Entire Ecosystem

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06-May-2022
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Research Code: K75D-01-00-00-00
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Description

Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) is defined as a wireless wide area network that is optimized for non-mission-critical applications in machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) communications. LPWAN deployments benefit M2M and IoT applications in terms of extended coverage, low transmission rate, low power energy consumption, cost savings in operations, and lower pricing for network services. There are two types of LPWAN technology—Cellular LPWAN deployed in licensed spectrum bands and Proprietary LPWAN developed by providers over their own network in the unlicensed spectrum.

Frost & Sullivan has identified the top three verticals that generate the highest demand for LPWAN technologies based on the number of connected devices with LPWAN. In 2021, Utilities and Energy was the largest vertical, accounting for 45% of the total LPWAN connections, followed by Logistics and Supply Chain and Smart Cities and Building, respectively.

This report highlights the far-reaching projects leveraging LPWAN standards and technologies (i.e., LoRaWAN, Ingenu (RPMA®), Wi-SUN®, Sigfox, LTE-M, and Nb-IoT) for different applications within each vertical. The following applications are considered:

•     Utilities and Energy: Smart Metering of Water, Gas, and Energy; Critical Infrastructure Monitoring; Water Management; and Smart Energy Grid
•     Logistics and Supply Chain: Smart Button Readers; Asset Tracking; Warehouse Monitoring; Fleet Management and Cargo Tracking
•     Smart Cities and Building: Smart Waste Management; Smart Parking; Street Lighting; Security and Public Safety; Bicycles Tracking System

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the LPWAN Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Scope of Analysis

Most Relevant LPWAN Applications Across Verticals

Connections by Industry Vertical

Key Findings

LPWAN and IoT

IoT Ecosystem—Multiple Components

IoT Connectivity Options

LPWAaN Technologies

LPWAN Comparative Chart

Smart Gas Meters Powered by Sigfox Enable Real-time Data Collection in Japan

Smart Gas Meters Powered by Sigfox Enable Real-time Data Collection in Japan (continued)

Surveillance and Wellhead Monitoring of Oil and Gas Infrastructure with RPMA®

Surveillance and Wellhead Monitoring of Oil and Gas Infrastructure with RPMA® (continued)

Water Management Improvement using LPWAN Technology for a Smart Metering Project in Brazil

Water Management Improvement using LPWAN Technology for a Smart Metering Project in Brazil (continued)

Electrical Grid Modernization with RPMA® in the Dominican Republic

Electrical Grid Modernization with RPMA® in the Dominican Republic (continued)

Manufacturaing and Production Improvements with NB-IoT Smart Button Readers

Manufacturing and Production Improvements with NB-IoT Smart Button Readers (continued)

Solar-powered Asset Tracking Solution with LTE-M in Australia

Solar-powered Asset Tracking Solution with LTE-M in Australia(continued)

Cold Chain Monitoring for Warehouses from Food Service Organizations

Cold Chain Monitoring for Warehouses from Food Service Organizations (continued)

Sigfox 0G Network and Data Analytics Facilitate Rack Fleet Monitoring

Sigfox 0G Network and Data Analytics Facilitate Rack Fleet Monitoring (continued)

Sanitary Sewer Management System using LoRaWAN® in Brazil

Sanitary Sewer Management System using LoRaWAN® in Brazil (continued)

Smart Parking Management Addresses Illegal Parking in India with LoRaWAN® Protocol

Smart Parking Management Addresses Illegal Parking in India with LoRaWAN® Protocol (continued)

Smart Lighting Solution with Wi-SUN® Technology for the City of London

Smart Lighting Solution with Wi-SUN® Technology for the City of London (continued)

IoT Smart Buttons Powered by LoRaWAN® Ensure Public Safety in Schools

IoT Smart Buttons Powered by LoRaWAN® Ensure Public Safety in Schools (continued)

Monitoring Electric Bikes with NB-IoT in Zhengzhou, China

Monitoring Electric Bikes with NB-IoT in Zhengzhou, China(continued)

Growth Opportunity 1—Alliances Encourage the Utility Ecosystem to Promote LPWAN Technologies and Interoperability

Growth Opportunity 1—Alliances Encourage the Utility Ecosystem to Promote LPWAN Technologies and Interoperability (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2—Asset Tracking for Logistics and Supply Chain

Growth Opportunity 2—Asset Tracking for Logistics and Supply Chain (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3—Smart and Safe City Applications

Growth Opportunity 3—Smart and Safe City Applications (continued)

List of Exhibits

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Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) is defined as a wireless wide area network that is optimized for non-mission-critical applications in machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) communications. LPWAN deployments benefit M2M and IoT applications in terms of extended coverage, low transmission rate, low power energy consumption, cost savings in operations, and lower pricing for network services. There are two types of LPWAN technology—Cellular LPWAN deployed in licensed spectrum bands and Proprietary LPWAN developed by providers over their own network in the unlicensed spectrum. Frost & Sullivan has identified the top three verticals that generate the highest demand for LPWAN technologies based on the number of connected devices with LPWAN. In 2021, Utilities and Energy was the largest vertical, accounting for 45% of the total LPWAN connections, followed by Logistics and Supply Chain and Smart Cities and Building, respectively. This report highlights the far-reaching projects leveraging LPWAN standards and technologies (i.e., LoRaWAN, Ingenu (RPMA®), Wi-SUN®, Sigfox, LTE-M, and Nb-IoT) for different applications within each vertical. The following applications are considered: • Utilities and Energy: Smart Metering of Water, Gas, and Energy; Critical Infrastructure Monitoring; Water Management; and Smart Energy Grid • Logistics and Supply Chain: Smart Button Readers; Asset Tracking; Warehouse Monitoring; Fleet Management and Cargo Tracking • Smart Cities and Building: Smart Waste Management; Smart Parking; Street Lighting; Security and Public Safety; Bicycles Tracking System
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Deliverable Type Market Research
Author Cecilia Perez
Industries Information Technology
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WIP Number K75D-01-00-00-00