IIoT Market Watch—A Snapshot of the Most Promising Companies in the Industrial Landscape

Identifying and Earmarking New Drivers of Change in the Manufacturing World

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Manufacturing across the globe is on the crossroads of a revolution. Advancements in technologies are not only making manufacturing effective, but enabling the work to be “Smarter”.
The focus of this research is on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market and its various trends. The market has been analyzed from a vendor’s standpoint. This research service can prove to be very helpful for the current set of market participants who are looking to understand what their competitors are doing in the space. It will also serve as a major point of reference for all other market participants who are not aware of the immense benefits of the IIoT, or are on the verge of making a move in the market.
The research aims to identify the various IIoT trends and segment various companies, both existing and emerging, under each trend. IIoT providers include existing vendors who have been prominent in the industrial domain as well as many emerging companies that are entering and diversifying into IoT services.

The key points highlighted for each company include:
•     Company Overview
•     Products and Solutions
•     Industry Penetration
•     Geographical Presence
•     Business Model
•     Distribution Channel
•     Competencies
•     Use Case (in manufacturing)
•     Partners, Customers

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
7 Big IIoT Themes
2. Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)—A Research Perspective
Research Scope and Objective
The 4 Functional Facets
Frost & Sullivan’s Value Proposition in IIoT
3. Appendix—Company Profiles
IIoT Technologies in the Industrial Landscape—Key Trends
4. Theme 1—Big Data and Analytics
Bit Stew Systems (Acquired by GE Digital)
Seeq Corporation
Splunk
Lantronix
FreeWave Technologies
DGLogik (acquired by Acuity Brands, Inc.)
Mnubo Inc.
Echelon Corporation
Losant
Eco Axis (ATE)
DOMO Inc.
Ayla Networks
C3 IoT
5. Theme 2—Sensors 4.0
TreLab
Gain Span
Libelium
Tempo IQ
PTC ThingWorx
6. Theme 3—Mobility
Zebra Technologies
Altiux Innovations
Waygum Inc.
7. Theme 4—Industrial Cloud Platforms
Bosch Software Innovations
General Electric (GE)
Hitachi Insight Group
IBM
Siemens MindSphere
8. Theme 5—IoT Gateways
Meshify
DIGI International
9. Theme 6—Augmented and Virtual Reality
Marxent
Atheer
10. Theme 7—Additive Manufacturing
3D Systems
Stratasys
ExOne Company
11. Conclusion
The Last word
Legal Disclaimer
12. The Frost & Sullivan Story




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