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MAY 24, 2023 | Nikita Singh| Joydeep Bhattacharyya| Jim Morrish

Electricity Smart Meter market is set for a geographic switch

In 2022, Transforma Insightsrevealed that across the globe, the total number of Smart Electricity Meter connections would reach 2.2 billion by 2030. While the growth trajectory of Smart Meters is impressive, the bigger question that looms large is if this deployment is equitable across the globe. In this blog, we will unravel the realities of the regional imbalance and dominant technologies associated with Smart Electricity Meters, apart from their advantages and risks.
region: ALL Electricity, Gas, Steam & A/C Internet of ThingsHyperconnectivity
MAY 23, 2023 | Matt Hatton

IoT Connectivity Management Platforms are in a period of transition

The Connectivity Management Platform is one of the underlying pieces of middleware used to support cellular connections in IoT. As examined in a recent Transforma Insights Position Paper it is undergoing a period of significant transition currently. This blog post explores some of the key themes.
region: ALL vertical: ALL Internet of ThingsHyperconnectivity
MAY 14, 2023 | Matt Hatton| Matt Arnott| Joydeep Bhattacharyya

LPWA connections to overtake regular cellular in 2025

LPWA technologies are set to be the dominant connectivity solution for wide-area wireless connected IoT devices by the mid-2020s. In this blog post we explore the different growth trajectories for LPWA versus the other ‘traditional’ cellular technologies, based on data extracted from the highly granular Transforma Insights IoT Forecast Database.
region: ALL vertical: ALL Internet of ThingsHyperconnectivity
MAY 10, 2023 | Paras Sharma| Joydeep Bhattacharyya

Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) technologies emerge as the preferred choice for IoT environment monitoring

In February 2023, Transforma Insights published a report, ‘Environment Monitoring: 80.5 million connected devices by 2032, generating USD677 million revenue’, which primarily focused on how the Internet of Things (IoT) is being used for a wide range of environment monitoring including industrial air, water and noise pollution, nuclear radiation, odour detection, river water pollution and dust monitoring. In this blog post, we examine the reasons behind IoT's application for environmental monitoring, the major technologies involved, governmental initiatives and related business models.
region: ALL vertical: ALL Internet of ThingsHyperconnectivity