M2M and Wearable Technology a $230 Billion Opportunity for IoT Service Providers - the M2M, IoT & Wearable Technology Ecosystem Just Published on 4G-Reports.com

Nov 30, 2015, 11:26 ET from 4G-Reports.com

LONDON, November 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --

- M2M and wearable devices can help IoT service providers pocket as much as $231 billion in service revenue by the end of 2020, following a CAGR of 40% between 2015 and 2020

http://4G-Reports.com  - the largest telecom market research store (https://www.4g-reports.com/The-M2M-IoT-Wearable-Technology-Ecosystem) indicates that M2M and wearable technology can help IoT service providers pocket as much as $231 billion in application and connectivity service revenue by the end of 2020.

As consumer voice and data service revenues reach their saturation point, mobile operators are keen to capitalize on other avenues to drive revenue growth. One such opportunity is providing network connectivity for M2M devices like smart meters, connected cars and healthcare monitors. Despite its low ARPU, M2M connectivity has opened a multi-billion dollar revenue opportunity for mobile operators, MVNOs and service aggregators, addressing the application needs of several verticals markets. By enabling network connectivity among physical objects, M2M has also initiated the IoT vision - a global network of sensors, equipment, appliances, smart devices and applications that can communicate in real time.

Another key opportunity is the monetization of wearable technology. Mobile device OEMs are aggressively investing in wearable devices, in order to offset declining margins in their traditional smartphone and tablet markets. As a result, the market has been flooded with a variety of smart bands, smart watches and other wearable devices capable of collecting, sending and processing data over mobile applications.

Eyeing opportunities to route huge volumes of traffic from these wearable devices, many service providers are now seeking to fit wearable technology with their M2M offerings, targeting both consumer and vertical markets. 4G-Reports.com's analysts expect that M2M and wearable devices can help IoT service providers pocket as much as $231 Billion in service revenue by the end of 2020, following a CAGR of 40% between 2015 and 2020.

Spanning over 1,110 pages, the "M2M, IoT & Wearable Technology Ecosystem: 2015 - 2030 - Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies, Industry Verticals and Forecasts (https://www.4g-reports.com/The-M2M-IoT-Wearable-Technology-Ecosystem )" report package encompasses two comprehensive reports covering M2M, IoT and wearable technology:

  • The M2M & IoT Ecosystem: 2015 - 2030 - Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies, Industry Verticals and Forecasts
  • The Wearable Technology Ecosystem: 2015 - 2030 - Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies, Industry Verticals and Forecasts

This report package provides an in-depth assessment of the M2M, IoT and wearable technology ecosystem including enabling technologies, key trends, market drivers, challenges, vertical market applications, deployment case studies, collaborative initiatives, regulatory landscape, standardization, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain, ecosystem player profiles and strategies. The report also presents market size forecasts from 2015 till 2030. The forecasts are segmented into vertical, regional, technology and country submarkets.

Key questions answered in this report:  

  • How big is the M2M, IoT and wearable technology ecosystem?
  • What trends, challenges and barriers are influencing its growth?
  • How is the ecosystem evolving by segment and region?
  • What will the market size be in 2020 and at what rate will it grow?
  • Which regions, countries and verticals will see the highest percentage of growth?
  • Who are the key market players and what are their strategies?
  • How will M2M and wearable devices drive investments in cloud based IoT platforms, Big Data, analytics, network security and other technologies?
  • What are the growth prospects of cellular, satellite, LPWA, wireline and short range networking technologies?
  • What are the key applications of M2M, IoT and wearable technology across industry verticals?
  • How can mobile operators capitalize on the growing popularity of smart glasses and other wearable devices?
  • What strategies should enabling technology providers, wearable/M2M device OEMs, mobile operators, MVNOs, aggregators, IoT platform providers and other ecosystem players adopt to remain competitive?

Companies mentioned in this report:  

270 Vision, 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) , 3L Labs , 4DForce,4iii Innovations, 9Solutions, ABB Group, Abbot Laboratories, Accenture, Aclara Technologies, AcousticSheep, Actility, Active Mind Technology, Adidas, ADT Corporation, Aeris Communications, AgaMatrix, AIOTI (Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation), Airbiquity, Airbus Group, AirType, Alcatel-Lucent, Allegion, AllSeen Alliance, Altair Semiconductor, Amazon, Amazon.com, Ambit Netwo Brother Industries, Brunel University, BSX Atheletics, BSX Insight, BT Group, BTS Bioengineering, Buhel, CalAmp, Cambridge Temperature Concepts, Camelot Group, Cantaloupe Systems, Carre Technologies, Casio, Catapult Sports, CCSA (China Communications Standards Association), Cellwize, CGI Group, China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, Cirrus Logic, Cisco Systems, Citizen, Cityzen Sciences, ClearBlade, CloudCar, Codoon, Comcast Corporation, CommandWear, CompeGPS, Concirrus, Connect America, Connect One, ConnecteDevice, Continental, Control VR, Cool Shirt Systems, CoSwitched, Covidien, Covisint, CradlePoint, Creaholic, Creoir, CSR, Ctek, Cubic Telecom, Cuff, Cumulocity, Cyberdyne, DAQRI, DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), DASH7 Alliance, DataOnline, Davra Networks, Dell, Delphi, Device Insight, Diesel, Digi International, DK Tek Innovations, DKNY, DNA, DorsaVi, Dreamtrap Commercials, DT (Deutsche Telekom), Dubai Police, Durex, E Ink Holdings, EB Sport Group, Echelon Corporation, EdanSafe, EE, Ekso Bionics, Elbrys Networks, Electric Foxy, Elisa, Elster EnergyICT, EMC Corporation, Emotiv Systems, Enjoy S.R.L, EnVerv, Epson (Seiko Epson Corporation), Ericsson, Eseye, ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute), Eurotech, Evena Medical, Everfind, Exelis, EyeTap, Facebook, FaltCom Communications, FashionTEQ, Fat Shark, Fatigue Science, FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration), Fedex, Filip Technologies, Finis, FitBark, Fitbit, Fitbug, FitLinxx, FLASHNET, Fleetmatics Group, Flexeye, Flextronics, Flyfit, Force Impact Technologies, Fossil, Foxtel, Franklin Wireless, Free Wavz, Freescale Semiconductor, FreeWave Technologies, Fujitsu, G4S, Garmin, GE (General Electric), GEAK, Gemalto, General Dynamics Corporation, General Dynamics Mission Systems, GEO Group, Geopalz, Georgia Institute of Technology, GestureLogic, Ginger.io, Given Imaging, GlassUp, Glofaster, GMA (Global M2M Association), GN Netcom, GN Store Nord, Google, GoPro, GOQii, GSMA, Gucci, Guess, H&D Wireless, Harman International Industries, Harris Corporation, HealBe, HereO, HGI (Home Gateway Initiative), Hitachi, Hollywog, Honeywell International, House of Horology, Hovding, HP (Hewlett-Packard Company), HSBC, HTC, Huawei, HyperCat Consortium, Hyundai,  i4C Innovations, IAMAS (Japanese Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences), IBM, ICEdot, ICON Health and Fitness, iControl Networks, IDENTEC GROUP, IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission), IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force), iHealth Lab, IIC (Industrial Internet Consortium), iLOC Technologies, Imagination Technologies, IMC (IoT M2M Council), Imec, Immerz, Ineda Systems, InfinitEye, InfoSys, Ingenico Group, Ingenie, Ingenu, Inmarsat, Innovega, Instabeat, INSYS Microelectronics, Intel Corporation, InteraXon, InterDigital, Intersections, Intersil Corporation, Invensense, Inventek Systems, Iotera, IPSO (Internet Protocol for Smart Object) Alliance, iRhythm, Iridium Communications, Iron Will Innovations, Iskraemeco, ISO (International Organization for Standardization), ITAMCO (Indiana Technology and Manufacturing Companies), Itron, ITT Corporation, ITU (International Telecommunications Union), iWOW Connections, Jabra, Jasper Technologies, Jawbone, Jaybird, Johnson & Johnson, Kairos Watches, Kapture, KDDI Corporation, Kerlink, Keysight Technologies, Ki Performance, Kiwi Wearable Technologies, KMS Solutions, KORE Wireless Group, KoruLab, KPN, Kreyos, Kronoz, KT Corporation, Kyocera Corporation, L-3 Communications, L-3 Mobile-Vision, Laird, Landis+Gyr, Lantronix, Lark Technologies, Laster Technologies, LeapFrog Enterprises, Lechal, Legrand, Lenovo, LG Electronics, LG Uplus, Libelium, LifeBEAM, LifeLogger Technologies Corporation, Lijiang Police, Limmex, Link Labs, Liquid Image, Lockheed Martin, LogBar, LoRA Alliance, LOSTnFOUND, Loughborough University, LS Cable & System, LSR (LS Research), Lumafit, Lumo BodyTech, Lumus, Luxottica, M2COMM (M²Communication), M2M Alliance, M2M Data Corporation, M2M DataSmart, M2M Spectrum Networks, M2M Wireless, M2M World Alliance, M2Mi (Machine-to-Machine Intelligence Corporation), Mad Apparel, Magellan (MiTAC Digital Corporation), Martian Watches, Marvell Technology Group, Masternaut, Matilde, Mavaco, Maxim Integrated, MC10, McLear, MediaTek, Medtronic, Melon, Memi, Mesh Systems, META, Meta Watch, MIC (MiTAC International Corporation), Microchip Technology, Microsemi Corporation, Microsoft, Microtronics, Miele, MindStream, Mio Global, Misfit Wearables, MiTAC International, Mobility Development Group, Modacom, Moff, MonDevices, Moov, Moticon, Motion Fitness, Motion Metrics International Corporation, Motorola Mobility, Motorola Solutions, Movable, Mozilla Corporation, Mtrex Networks, Multi-Tech Systems, Murata Manufacturing, Mutalink, Mutewatch, My Evolution, myDevices, Myontec, Narrative, Navman Wireless, NEC Corporation, Neoway, Neptune, Nest Labs, Netatmo, NetComm Wireless, NetModule, NeuroPro, NeuroSky, New Balance, NextM2M, NGM2M (New Generation M2M) Consortium, Japan, Nike, Nintendo, Nissan, Nixie Labs, Nixon, NJSP (New Jersey State Police), Nod, Nokia, Notch Interfaces, Novatel Wireless, Novero, NTT DoCoMo, Nuance, Numerex Corporation, Nuubo, NVIDIA, Nwave Technologies, NXP Semiconductors, NZN Labs, OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards), Oberthur Technologies, Oculus VR, ODG (Osterhout Design Group), OIC (Open Interconnect Consortium), Olive Labs, OMA (Open Mobile Alliance), Omate, Omega, OMG (Object Management Group), OMG Life, Omnilink Systems, Omron, OMsignal, OnAsset Intelligence, OneM2M, OpenCar, Opening Ceremony, Optalert, Optinvent, Option N.V., Oracle Corporation, Orange, ORBCOMM, OrbiWise, OrCam Technologies, OriginGPS, Orion Labs (OnBeep), Orpyx Medical Technologies, O-Synce, Owlet Baby Care, Palomar Health, Panasonic Corporation, Paris Miki Holdings, Parsons Corporation, Parvus, Pebble, Pedigree Technologies, Peiker, Pepsi, Perceptive Devices, Performance Sports Group, Perpetua Power Source Technologies, PFO Tech, Philips, PHTL (PH Technical Labs), Phyode, Pivothead, Pixie Scientific, Plantronics, PLAT.ONE, Playtabase, Plextek, PNI Sensor Corporation, Polar Electro, Pragmasystems, Praxair, Prevas, Preventice, Proteus Digital Health, PTC, PUSH Design Solutions, Qardio, Qivicon, Qowiso, QSC AG, Quake Global, Qualcomm, Quectel, RacoWireless, Ralph Lauren Corporation, RasGas, Raspberry Pi, Raytheon, Razer, Recon Instruments, Red Hat, Redpine Signals, Reebok International, Relacom Group, Renesas Electronics Corporation, Rest Devices, Revolutionary Tracker, RHLvision Technologies, Ringblingz, Ringly, Rogers Communications, Romec, RSL Steeper Group, RTX A/S, Rufus Labs, S3 ID, Sagemcom, Salesforce.com, Salutron, Samsung Electronics, Samsung Group, Sansa Security, SAP, Sarvint Technologies, Saudi Aramco, Schneider Electric, Secret Labs, SeeControl, Seiko, Semtech Corporation, SenseCore, Sensegiz Technologies, Sensible Baby, Senso Solutions, Sensoplex, Sensoria, Sensorsuite, Sensys Networks, Sentimoto, Sequans Communications, Seraphim Sense, Shanda Group, Shimmer, ShotTracker, Si14, Siemens Medical, Sierra Wireless, SIGFOX, Sigmo, Silicon Laboratories, SIMCom Wireless Solutions, SingTel, SITA, SK Telecom, Skully Systems, SkyWave Mobile Communications, Smart Device (SmartQ), Smarty Destination Technology, Smarty Ring, SMI (SensoMotoric Instruments), SMS Audio, Snaptracs, SoftBank Corporation, SoftBank Mobile Corporation, Somaxis, Sonitus Medical, Sonostar, Sony Corporation, Sony Mobile Communications, Sotera Wireless, Soundbrenner, SparkPeople, Spire, Spireon, Sports Beat, SpotNSave, Spree Wearables, Sprint Corporation, Sproutling, Sqord, Stalker Radar (Applied Concepts), STATSports, STMicroelectronics, Streeline, Striiv, SunFriend Corporation, Suunto, sWaP, Swatch Group, T.Ware, Tag Heuer, Tarsier, TASER International, Tata Group, TCL Communication, Tech Mahindra, Technical Illusions, Telcare, Tele2, Telecom Italia, TelecomDesign, Telefónica, Telegesis, Telenav, Telenor Connexion, Telenor Group, Telensa, Teletrac, TeliaSonera, Telit Communications, Telogis, Telstra Corporation, Telular Corporation, Tencent, TEOCO, Textronics, ….

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