Industrial Internet of things - IIOT
The manufacturing world is at a cusp of a new revolution that will redefine conventional business models. Born out of the Internet framework, this new renaissance is termed as the Industrial Internet of Things- symbolising the complex network of assets, processes and people in future factories. This will begin a new era of connectivity, convergence and mobility, where data will gain centrestage and become the new capital for intelligence. Data-driven business models will disrupt conventional product markets and lead to the consolidation and reinvention of new approaches in future factories. The trend of IIoT, in effect, will become the common underlying denominator governing all future transformation in the manufacturing world
Frost & Sullivan’s IIoT research and consulting programs are focussed on foreseeing the impact of advanced IoT technologies within the manufacturing sector. The research approach is formulated with a specific objective of trying to predict how connectivity and data analytics will influence the reinvention of existing industrial supplier markets. This is achieved via a thematic approach that is detailed below.
Services 2.0 (advanced services)
Supply chain evolution
Industry 4.0 business ecosystem
Big data analytics
We work closely with the world’s leading industrial companies, manufacturers, information and communication technology (ICT) vendors, measurement and instrumentation vendors to build customized deliverables that can aid in strategic decision making. The insight from this research program is tuned to be applicable for multiple industries and supports client in the creation of an effective IIOT strategy
05 Apr 2022  |  Global
The Water and Wastewater Industry, IIoT-based Pump Solutions, and Energy Transition Projects to Fuel Future Growth Potential Despite Economic Hurdles
The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent outbreak of new variants have forced pump OEMs to revisit their manufacturing and supply chain strategies to remain relevant and resilient in a volatile business landscape. This research outlook provides an overview of various global opportunities and roadblocks that will influence pump OEMs’ growth performanc...
04 Apr 2022  |  Global
Companies Resuming Investments and Adopting New Technologies Enable Quick Market Recovery from the Pandemic’s Aftereffects
The COVID-19 pandemic significantly impacted enterprises’ IoT strategies. As digital transformation came to the forefront, priorities and demand for IoT solutions accelerated. To measure the impact, Frost & Sullivan updated its IoT market forecast for 2022 to 2023 based on conversations with market participants and results of end-user surveys fro...
29 Mar 2022  |  Global
Regulatory Frameworks, Disruptive Technologies, and the Growth of Renewables and Smart Grid Management Technologies will Drive Electrification
Governments across the world are looking for solutions to mitigate climate change and pave the way for decarbonization. The route to decarbonization requires supportive regulatory frameworks that mandate energy efficiency and emission reduction measures across all sectors. To achieve a low-carbon future, significant economic investments in renewa...
18 Mar 2022  |  Global
Future Growth Potential of Mechanical Seals Due to the Shift Toward Technology-enabled Solutions
This research service examines current and emerging trends in the global mechanical seals market across several sectors. The study is based on the global mechanical seals market's end-user industries (oil & gas, chemicals, food & beverage, metals & mining, power generation, water & wastewater, and others). The study is further broken down by produc...
18 Mar 2022  |  Global
Industrial Mega Trends are Digitally Transforming the Manufacturing Landscape and Creating New Business Paradigms
This Frost & Sullivan study was created, developed, and published to: • bring to the industrial ecosystem Frost & Sullivan’s understanding and comprehensive characterization of digital industrial platforms • define and describe market segmentation based on participants, offerings, verticals, and geographies • offer a high-level overv...
10 Mar 2022  |  North America
Future Growth Potential of Commercial UAS due to Increase in Federal Spending on Construction and Infrastructure
This Frost & Sullivan research service focuses on the impact of current events, such as the infrastructure bill and supply chain disruptions, on the US commercial unmanned aerial system (UAS) market for construction and infrastructure inspection applications. Information has been garnered from existing reports and project material within the Fr...
01 Mar 2022  |  Global
Future Growth Potential of Thermography Monitoring in Identifying Hidden Anomalies
Thermography is used for predictive condition maintenance and energy conservation in a majority of the substantial applications within the petrochemical, steel, process, and semiconductor industries. This technique is a non-destructive, non-contact method that can be used for a wide range of high-temperature applications, such as maintenance of ele...
24 Feb 2022  |  North America
IoT Connectivity to Transform Future Growth Potential of Intelligent Sensors Adoption
The Big 4 sensors—pressure, flow, temperature and level—measure parameters that are most critical to both process and discrete field monitoring applications. This research service analyzes the global market for flow, level, pressure, and temperature sensors and transmitters and offers a quantitative model with revenues and forecasts for the flo...
22 Feb 2022  |  Global
The Current State of the Internet of Things: Poised for Growth and Expansion in 2022â€“2023, Organizations are Concerned with Functionality
Highlights from the annual Frost & Sullivan Global IoT Survey
Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are fast becoming essential business tools and key parts of digital transformation for many organizations. IoT deployments are well suited, across the range of potential configurations and applications, to dovetail with efforts to achieve top reported business priorities. Frost & Sullivan conducted a survey...
16 Feb 2022  |  Global
Growth Opportunities Driven by Innovation Culture, Resulting in Increased IoT Adoption and Reduced Downstream Hardware Costs
The study covers the global satellite-enabled Internet of Things (IoT) services market across the 14 sub-segments of governance, security, emergencies, automotive, maritime, aviation, mass transport, finance, hospitality, retail, oil and gas, utilities, environment, agriculture, industrial, healthcare, smart cities, and consumers. The study covers ...