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In-Vehicle Navigation: Aftermarket connections decline as usage migrates to navigation features on smartphones and vehicle head units

  • Internet of Things
  • IoT
  • Hyperconnectivity
  • Aftermarket Navigation
  • Connected Car
  • Connected Vehicles
  • GNSS
  • GPS
  • Head-up Displays
  • In-Vehicle Navigation
  • Location Tracking
  • Maps
  • Navigation
  • Positioning
  • Sat Nav
  • Satellite Navigation
  • Satnav
  • Traffic
  • Matt Arnott
  • Nikita Singh
This report summarises the status and forecasts from the In-Vehicle Navigation Application Group found in the Transforma Insights Connected Things IoT forecast. The report provides a description of what is covered in the Application Group, as well as top-level figures from the forecast that provide detail on how many connected devices will be installed, the types of communication technology used and the total revenue opportunity. Full details are accessible through the TAM Forecast tool.
  • Apple
  • Audi
  • BMW
  • Cadillac
  • Daimler
  • Fiat
  • Ford
  • Garmin
  • General Motors
  • Here Technologies
  • Hyundai
  • Kia
  • Mercedes Benz
  • MiTAC International Corporation
  • Otonomo
  • Porsche
  • Tesla
  • TomTom
  • Toyota
  • Waze
  • Internet of Things
  • Hyperconnectivity
  • Artificial Intelligence

      Loss Prevention: 15 million devices in 2033 providing retailers with theft prevention solutions

      • Internet of Things
      • IoT
      • Hyperconnectivity
      • Asset Protection
      • Boundary Control
      • Crime
      • Goods Location Monitoring
      • High-Valued Goods Tracking
      • Loss Prevention
      • Organised Retail Crime
      • Retail
      • Retail Theft
      • RFID-Based Tags
      • RFID-Based Theft Detection System
      • Shoplifting
      • Shrinkage
      • Theft
      • Paras Sharma
      • Matt Arnott
      This report provides Transforma Insights’ view on the IoT market for Loss Prevention, predominantly in retail. This segment comprises two applications: Boundary Control and Goods Location Monitoring. Essentially, Boundary Control solutions include hard tags, ceiling-mounted and pedestal systems, detachers, deactivators, and labels. Goods Location Control include the use of GPS trackers generally hidden inside high-value goods. Brick-and-mortar businesses are facing a challenge to deter theft and protect them from financial losses. In 2021, US retailers witnessed USD95 billion worth of financial losses due to retail theft. Retailers are increasingly adopting multiple technologies and security solutions to protect their goods from internal and external theft. The use of Boundary Control and Goods Location Monitoring is essentially employed as a part of retail loss prevention strategies. Businesses implement tags, labels, and GPS trackers to mitigate theft. Also, businesses gain better inventory visibility throughout their supply chains. This can help in identifying out-of-stock goods in retail outlets, which can impact stores’ revenue. The report provides a detailed definition of the sector, analysis of market development and profiles of the key vendors in the space. It also provides a summary of the current status of adoption and Transforma Insights’ ten-year forecasts for the market. The forecasts include analysis of the number of IoT connections by geography, the technologies used (including splits by 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, LPWA, short range, satellite and others), as well as the revenue split between module, value-added connectivity and services. A full set of forecast data, including country-level forecasts, sector break-downs and public/private network splits, is available through the IoT Forecast tool.
      • 3SI Security
      • Adidas
      • Agon
      • Bulgari
      • Culture Kings
      • Cybra
      • Lowe’s
      • Mac’s
      • Macy’s
      • Nedap
      • Pimkie
      • Remote Tracking Systems
      • Sensormatic by Johnson Controls
      • Target
      • The Home Depot
      • Walmart
      • Zebra Technologies
      • Internet of Things
      • Hyperconnectivity
        • Retail & Wholesale

        The opportunity in hybrid cellular/satellite 3GPP Non-Terrestrial Networks (NTN)

        • Internet of Things
        • IoT
        • connectivity
        • satellite
        • NTN
        • non terrestrial networks
        • 3GPP
        • cellular
        • hybrid
        • Matt Hatton
        For decades, satellites have been used to support a relatively limited set of use cases in IoT, specifically the monitoring of high value and highly remote assets. That satellite IoT market is set for a shot-in-the-arm in the coming decade as a result of two recent developments: the proliferation of LEO satellites and the arrival of cellular connectivity using ‘Non-Terrestrial Networks’. Companies are lining up to launch fleets of Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites. The most eye-catching – and biggest – of these is SpaceX’s Starlink which has plans for over 40,000 satellites by 2027. But it is not alone. There are also smaller fleets focused on IoT, typically involving a few dozen satellites deployed by other newcomers. With a little over 3,000 active satellites currently in orbit, these massive deployments promise a vast increase in satellite capacity. In some cases, these LEO deployments are making use of standards-based cellular technology developed as part of the recent 3GPP Release 17. So too are some geostationary (GEO) satellites. The arrival of this Non-Terrestrial Network (NTN) capability allows devices using some cellular technologies to connect directly to satellites without incorporating any other technology. They are also increasingly being integrated into combined offering of terrestrial and non-terrestrial cellular offerings. This creates an opportunity for Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and IoT MVNOs to further stitch satellite into their proposition. Many already do, through multi-mode cellular/satellite devices. The new technology developments, with a common set of hardware and comparatively simple switch-over between terrestrial and non-terrestrial networks, allow for a simpler and cheaper proposition. This comes at a time when MNOs are looking for differentiators for their IoT offerings, and additional value-added services to layer onto cellular connectivity. Satellite offers an opportunity to do that. Specifically in the form of hybrid cellular/satellite propositions. In this report we examine the opportunities associated with specifically hybrid cellular/satellite offerings using 3GPP NTN.
        • BICS
        • Blues
        • Comfone
        • Deutsche Telekom
        • EchoStar
        • emnify
        • floLIVE
        • Globalstar
        • Inmarsat
        • Intelsat
        • Keysight
        • Ligado Networks
        • MediaTek
        • Monogoto
        • MTN
        • Omnispace
        • OQ Technology
        • Qualcomm
        • Quectel
        • Samsung
        • Sateliot
        • Skylo
        • SoftBank
        • Soracom
        • Starlink
        • STC
        • Strigo/Terrestar
        • Telefonica
        • Telit
        • Transatel
        • Truphone
        • Turkcell
        • Viasat
        • Internet of Things
        • Hyperconnectivity

            Webinar: The complex and fast-evolving regulatory landscape for digital transformation

            • Regulation
            • Regulations
            • Internet of Things
            • IoT
            • Artificial Intelligence
            • AI
            • Permanent Roaming
            • Privacy
            • Data Sovereignty
            • Jim Morrish
            Regulations that might apply to digitally transformative applications and solutions are diverse in nature. The concepts that underpin digital transformation enable a complex range of applications and solutions that often draw from multiple technology domains, often rely on regulated connectivity, and often interface with private individuals.

                    Personal Assistance Robots: Rapid proliferation of specialised robots driving a USD13 billion market by 2033

                    • Artificial Intelligence
                    • Autonomous Robotic Systems
                    • Internet of Things
                    • Hyperconnectivity
                    • Assisted Living
                    • Automated Trolleys
                    • Automated Zimmer Frames
                    • Bar Tender Robots
                    • Bedside Delivery Robots
                    • Bellhop Robots
                    • Cleaning Barn Robots
                    • Concierge Robots
                    • Cooking Robots
                    • Exoskeletons
                    • Feeding Stock Robots
                    • Greeters
                    • Laundry Robots
                    • Lawn Mower Robots
                    • Mops
                    • Personal Delivery Robots
                    • Pool Cleaning Robots
                    • Robotic Pets
                    • Room Delivery Robots
                    • Smart Suitcases
                    • Social Support Robots
                    • Supplies Robots
                    • Table Delivery Robots
                    • UV Sterilisation Robots
                    • Vacuum Cleaning robots
                    • Window Cleaning robots
                    • Robots
                    • Robotics
                    • Autonomous
                    • Nikita Singh
                    • Matt Arnott
                    This report summarises the status and forecasts from the Personal Assistance Robots Application Group found in the Transforma Insights Connected Things IoT forecast. The report provides a description of what is covered in the Application Group, as well as top-level figures from the forecast that provide detail on how many connected devices will be installed, the types of communication technology used and the total revenue opportunity. Full details are accessible through the TAM Forecast tool.
                    • Advinia Healthcare
                    • Aethon Robotics
                    • Aldebaran
                    • Amazon
                    • Apple
                    • Argus
                    • Ava
                    • Boston Dynamics
                    • Circolo Hospital
                    • Crown Plaza Hotel
                    • Ecovacs
                    • Ekso Bionics
                    • Frink
                    • Goodman Group
                    • Google
                    • Greater Boston Food Bank
                    • Hilton Hotel
                    • Husqvarna
                    • IBM
                    • iRobot
                    • International Federation of Robotics
                    • Makr Shakr
                    • McLean Hotel
                    • Medsurg Nursing
                    • Microsoft
                    • MIT
                    • Nala
                    • Naver
                    • Neato
                    • Ohmni Labs
                    • Pew Research Center
                    • Phoenix Children's Hospital
                    • Proscenic
                    • Relay Robotics
                    • Riley
                    • Samsung
                    • Scripps Health
                    • Signa
                    • SMP Robotics
                    • Solent Nursing Home
                    • Sony
                    • St. Louis Children's Hospital
                    • Stanford University
                    • Statistics Bureau of Japan
                    • Tokyo Metropolitan Government
                    • Town House Duomo
                    • Internet of Things
                    • Hyperconnectivity
                    • Autonomous Robotic Systems
                    • Artificial Intelligence
                      • Accommodation & Food Service
                      • Health & Social Care
                      • Consumer

                      SAP: Digital Transformation capabilities assessment

                      • Internet of Things
                      • Artificial Intelligence
                      • Hyperconnectivity
                      • Human Machine Interface
                      • Data Sharing
                      • Autonomous Robotic Systems
                      • Distributed Ledger
                      • Edge Computing
                      • Product Lifecycle Management
                      • Robotic Process Automation
                      • Generative AI
                      • Cloud
                      • Blockchain
                      • Sustainability
                      • Augmented Reality
                      • Virtual Reality
                      • Digital Assistant
                      • Suruchi Dhingra
                      This report examines the capabilities of SAP in Digital Transformation. It provides a comprehensive review of the products, services, and capabilities of SAP across 11 technology areas and dozens of functions, to determine its core strengths for meeting enterprise needs. The 11 technology families in which the vendors capabilities are assessed are IoT, Hyperconnectivity, Human Machine Interface, Artificial Intelligence, Distributed Ledger, Data Sharing, Product Lifecycle Management, Robotic Process Automation, Edge Computing, Autonomous Robotic Systems, and 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing. While these might not encompass every possible technology that organisations might need in order to purse a Digital Transformation, they certainly represent the most disruptive, and therefore the ones of which enterprises should be most aware.
                      • SAP

                            Stolen Vehicle Recovery: Rising vehicle theft encourages a 42 million device market by 2033

                            • Internet of Things
                            • IoT
                            • Hyperconnectivity
                            • Connected Vehicles
                            • Automotive
                            • Connected Car
                            • On-Board Diagnostic
                            • OBD-II
                            • Stolen Vehicle Recovery
                            • Vehicle Hijacking
                            • Vehicle Security
                            • Vehicle Stealing
                            • Vehicle Theft
                            • Nikita Singh
                            • Matt Arnott
                            This report provides Transforma Insights’ view on the Stolen Vehicle Recovery market. This segment comprises applications supported on the factory-fit Vehicle Head Unit as well as aftermarket devices. Vehicle theft is a pervasive issue in many countries, leading to the need for Stolen Vehicle Recovery devices. These devices include vehicle tracking to warn of break-ins, prevent theft or facilitate vehicle recovery in the event of theft. In more sophisticated systems it may be possible to sound alarms or shut down vehicle functions. This application comprises aftermarket devices that can be placed in the vehicle in addition applications running on the factory-fit vehicle head unit. There are a variety of business models. For instance, automotive OEMs are using embedded Stolen Vehicle Recovery services as one of a series of value-added services to generate alternative and recurring revenue streams. In some cases, aftermarket devices are also offered as complimentary service by automotive dealers and insurance companies.
                            • Apple
                            • AT&T
                            • Audi
                            • BMW
                            • Coyote
                            • Diamond Landscapes
                            • General Motors
                            • Hyundai
                            • LandAirSea Systems
                            • LoJack
                            • Mercedes Benz
                            • Meta System
                            • National Insurance Crime Bureau
                            • RecovR
                            • Samsung
                            • Scorpion Automotive
                            • Shield GPS
                            • Sirius XM
                            • Spireon
                            • Spytec GPS
                            • Subaru
                            • Teltonika Networks
                            • Tesla
                            • Verizon Communications
                            • Viper Telematics
                            • Vodafone
                            • Volvo
                            • Internet of Things
                            • Hyperconnectivity
                              • Administrative

                              How effective are IoT Marketplaces as a channel to market for IoT vendors?

                              • Internet of Things
                              • IoT
                              • marketplaces
                              • Matt Hatton
                              Over the years there have been quite a few attempts at building ‘IoT marketplaces’, often using the (largely inappropriate) analogy of an app store. The aim has been to create an environment where potential buyers can pick from a portfolio – ranging from highly curated to very broad – of vendor offerings from individual components all the way to end-to-end managed services. These attempts have been mostly not particularly successful. The IoT marketplace has certainly not come to be recognised as the main mechanism through which enterprise customers procure IoT. However, IoT marketplaces persist and new versions are being deployed. In this scenario we think it is worth revisiting this part of IoT to see if there is really an opportunity for IoT vendors to reach new customers. In this report we explore examples of IoT marketplaces that are available today from hyperscalers, ERP/CRM vendors, systems integrators, resellers, distributors, MNOs/MVNOs and others. Based on this analysis, and examining other analogous elements of IoT, the report provides some conclusions about the dynamics of this part of the IoT space and what seems to be working (and not working). It goes on to consider what characteristics might be required of an IoT marketplace to make it a success. For IoT hardware the ‘marketplace’ in the form of distributors is a key part of the landscape. For solutions (and even other IoT elements such as connectivity and platforms) much less so. Partly this is because of the transactional nature of the hardware domain, partly because of the completeness of the offering, and partly because of the personas involved in making the different purchases. Connectivity could be ripe for presentation in a marketplace, but providers seem reticent to do so. Solutions are best presented in the context of a wider IT marketplace sitting alongside other tools equally applicable to the requirements of the vertical to which they’re targeted.
                              • Altaworx
                              • Amazon Web Services
                              • AppDirect
                              • Arrow Electronics
                              • Codico
                              • Deutsche Telekom
                              • DigiKey Electronics
                              • GetWireless
                              • Google
                              • IBM
                              • Inmarsat
                              • Libelium
                              • Microsoft
                              • Mouser Electronics
                              • Oracle
                              • Salesforce
                              • SAP
                              • Siemens
                              • Tata Communications
                              • Telstra
                              • ThingPark
                              • Verizon Communications
                              • Internet of Things
                              • Hyperconnectivity

                                  Healthcare Monitoring: 312 million devices expected by 2033, promoting health management and remote monitoring of patients

                                  • Afib Monitoring
                                  • Arrhythmia Monitoring
                                  • Cardiac Monitoring
                                  • Connected Healthcare
                                  • Connected Scales
                                  • Coronary Disease Monitoring
                                  • Defibrillator
                                  • Diabetes Management
                                  • Diabetes Monitoring
                                  • Fitness Tracker
                                  • Health
                                  • Healthcare
                                  • Heart Monitoring
                                  • Lung Monitoring
                                  • Pacemaker
                                  • Pulmonary Disease Monitoring
                                  • Pulse Oximeter
                                  • Smart Scales
                                  • Spirometer
                                  • Matt Arnott
                                  • Paras Sharma
                                  This report provides Transforma Insights’ view on the IoT Healthcare Monitoring market. This segment comprises clinical remote monitoring devices for heart disease, diabetes, and pulmonary diseases. It also includes wearable fitness tracking devices (but not smart watches), and various home health monitoring devices such as connected bathroom scales. Monitoring of patients at home is supported by the sharing of health information with physicians to reduce the burden on clinical staff who are often grappling with challenges associated with shortages of medical personnel. The collection and sharing of patients’ health data with healthcare professionals remotely not only lowers the pressure on existing healthcare infrastructure but also improves the quality of care through continuous patient monitoring. These devices can also help in a medical emergency by alerting first responders, potentially saving a patient’s life. The report provides a detailed definition of the sector, analysis of market development and profiles of the key vendors in the space. It also provides a summary of the current status of adoption and Transforma Insights’ ten-year forecasts for the market. The forecasts include analysis of the number of IoT connections by geography, the technologies used (including splits by 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, LPWA, short range, satellite and others), as well as the revenue split between module, value-added connectivity and services. A full set of forecast data, including country-level forecasts, sector break-downs and public/private network splits, is available through the IoT Forecast tool.
                                  • Abbott
                                  • AliveCor
                                  • Amazfit
                                  • AT&T
                                  • Dexcom
                                  • Fitbit
                                  • Garmin
                                  • iRhytm Technologies
                                  • MedNOW
                                  • Medtronic
                                  • Michigan Medicine
                                  • NHS Trust Hospital
                                  • Omada Health
                                  • Philips
                                  • The New Mexico Heart Institute
                                  • Trinity Health
                                  • Scripps Health
                                  • Senseonics
                                  • US Davis Health
                                  • Withings
                                  • Internet of Things
                                  • Hyperconnectivity
                                    • Health & Social Care

                                    Harnessing ‘sales intelligence’ is a critical tool for technology vendors to better understand complex markets

                                    • Artificial intelligence (AI)
                                    • Internet of Things (IoT)
                                    • complexity
                                    • digital transformation
                                    • sales intelligence
                                    • marketing
                                    • Brad Canham
                                    Technology markets, like AI or IoT, and those involving digital transformation initiatives, are complex and constantly evolving. Maintaining a deep understanding of those markets via ongoing customer feedback is critical to organizations, yet increasingly challenging to do. Customers, which would have been able to provide the ultimate insider information, often aren’t interested in offering rich market insights. Third-party sources pulling data from customers and markets are helpful, but such data is static; its value is diminishing as contexts rapidly change. The capacity of data to offer robust insights into customers’ changing ultimately requires ‘boots on the ground’ i.e., human analysis and interpretation. An alternative rich – and often untapped – source of market intelligence exists in the form of an organization’s salespeople. Technical marketing teams seeking to gather ongoing feedback from markets should convert tacit sales ‘story’ data into organizational knowledge. This report describes the central importance of using this knowledge-to-value creation process to extract valuable insights from a company’s internal sales force in order to make sense (‘sensemaking’) of complex markets. It also offers the practical steps and tools for doing so.
                                    • 6Sense
                                    • Bombora
                                    • IBM
                                    • InMoment
                                    • Medallia
                                    • Qualtrics
                                    • Salesforce
                                    • Sprout
                                    • Twilio

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