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World Wireless Sensor Network Markets, 2022 - Research and Markets

World Wireless Sensor Network Markets, 2022 - Research and Markets

10/04/2017

World Wireless Sensor Network Markets, 2022 - Research and Markets

The "Wireless Sensor Network Markets: A Market Dynamics Report" report has been added to Research and Markets' offering.

Billions of connected things are now a reality as low power, low cost wireless sensor networks (WSN) integrate with massively scaled cloud services. A new generation of multi-protocol Bluetooth/802.15.4/WiFi chips have accelerated growth as the network incompatibility argument fades away and IoT applications become the primary differentiator.

The latest trends include disruptive cellular IoT standards such as LTE-M and NB-IoT as well as unlicensed Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) technologies LoRa and Sigfox gaining market share. LPWAN developers have gained the most traction for smart cities, metering, agriculture, logistics, oil & gas and construction but are also targeting smart homes, buildings and wearables. Developing threats are also happening in the telecom ecosystem as wireline operators such as Comcast deploys LoRaWAN networks across 12 U.S. cities.

By 2018, annual WSN unit shipments will reach 1 billion and will triple in 2022. Enterprise applications will make up 1 in 4 of the units shipped by this time but 43% of the revenues due to higher average sale prices per unit.

Based on thousands of interviews and surveys with executives across the whole IoT value chain, this report analyzes 45 WSN market segments including the current market forces, technology dynamics, market size and value system from chip to end user. Targeted at IoT developers, wireless component suppliers and IoT platform providers, this report is the product of our ongoing research on WSN for over a decade.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

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