IoT: R&D Cluster Benchmarking (TechVision)

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This research covers statistical analysis of competent Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, which is an emerging topic of profound technical, social, and economic significance. The advent of IoT offers the promise of dramatically transforming day-to-day activities by connecting everyday objects, such as durable goods, consumer electronics, automotive to industrial sensors, utility components, healthcare and many more via the Internet. The global economic impact of IoT by the end of 2025 is estimated to be around $12.5 trillion with more than 100 billion connected IoT devices. In brief, this research service provides the following:A brief overview of Internet of Things and its benefits on the economyTechnology

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Methodology1.3 Key Findings2.0 Technology Snapshot and Trends 2.1 Overview of Internet of Things (IoT)2.2 Enabling Technologies for Internet of Things (IoT)3.0 Overview of Enabling Technologies for IoT3.1 Importance of Wireless Technologies in IoT3.2 Trending Wireless Technologies3.3 Key Challenges in Wireless Technologies 3.4 Importance of Computational Technologies in IoT3.5 Trending Computational Technologies3.6 Key Challenges in Computational Technologies 3.7 Importance of Sensor Technologies In IoT 3.8 Trending Sensor Technologies3.9 Key Challenges in Sensor Technologies 4.0 Stakeholder Innovations and Industry Trends4.1 Significance of Research Bodies and Stakeholders4.2 Funding Initiatives and Industry Trends in Wireless Technologies 4.3 Innovations in Wireless Technology 4.4 Key Stakeholder Innovation in Wireless Technology4.5 Funding Initiatives and Industry Trends in Sensor Technologies 4.6 Innovations in Sensor Technology 4.7 Key Stakeholder Innovation in Sensor Technology4.8 Funding Initiatives and Industry Trends in Computational Technologies 4.9 Innovations in Computational Technology4.10 Key Stakeholder Innovation in Computational Technology5.0 Key Stakeholder Analysis5.1 Mitchell’s Stakeholder Evaluation – Criteria Definition5.1 Mitchell’s Stakeholder Evaluation – Criteria Definition (continued) 5.2 Benchmarking IoT Stakeholders – Mitchells’ Model 5.3 Stakeholder Analysis – Insights6.0 Analyst Insights6.1 Analyst Insights7.0 Key Contacts7.1 Key Contacts7.1 Key Contacts (continued)Legal Disclaimer8.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story8.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story8.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career8.3 Global Perspective8.4 Industry Convergence8.5 360º Research Perspective8.6 Implementation Excellence8.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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