The TAM Forecasts provides our quantitative view of the market opportunity associated with Digital Transformation, Internet of Things (IoT) and all of the associated technologies. Top level results can be found on our Forecast Highlights page.
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The TAM Forecasts provides our quantitative view of the market opportunity associated with Digital Transformation and all of the associated technologies. In total is covers 76 Use Cases, 20 Sectors and 196 countries. The are all based on detailed bottom-up market-by-market and application-by-application analysis.
The largest part of what is included in our TAM Forecast Database is our ‘Connected Things’ IoT Forecast which shows the entirety of the IoT opportunity. The IoT Forecast covers 67 Application Groups based on analysis on hundreds of individual applications. It includes numbers of connections, annual shipments, hardware revenue, service revenue, connectivity revenue, and splits by technology (e.g. 5G, LPWA, satellite, short range) and between public and private networks.