The Internet of Things (IoT) has already exhibited considerable influence on businesses and consumers alike. IoT takes connectivity to a whole level, enabling organizations to improve diverse processes and increase overall productivity. With the advent of IoT, digital commerce has been able to look beyond personal computers, mobiles, and tablets. It now encompasses a myriad of things, such as consumer appliances, connected cars, smart gadgets, sensors, fashion accessories, among others. These connected devices are likely to become significant tools for businesses and brand strategists looking to bridge the gap between brick and mortar outlets and online commerce.
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IoT Market Research Reports
Sep, 2017 | 234 pages
Narrowband IoT offers advantages such as reduced cost and reduced power consumption for an increased coverage area which is primarily boosting the adoption of emerging narrowband IoT technology. Being a newly released cellular narrowband offering from 3rd Generation Partnership Project, Narrowband IoT makes municipal applications such as street lighting, utility metering, toll road charges, and smart parking more efficient and effective.
Jan, 2017 | 131 pages
The Internet of Things refers to the interrelated devices that are able to transfer data over a network without requiring computer and human interaction devices. Internet of Things is directly and indirectly associated with daily lifestyle products across the globe. Internet connectivity is one of the major requirements of different application as it is expected to grow at high rate in next forecast period. Furthermore, internet connectivity requires more monitoring through applications and human interactions.
May, 2014 | 88 pages
Smart cities are developed urban areas designed with a perspective of creating high quality of life and sustainable economic development by through advancement in several key sectors including technology, economy, environment, mobility, people, and government. The concept of smart cities is aimed to offer a set of infrastructure and new generation services with the support of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).