No man is an island, and likewise, it’s difficult to launch an IoT/M2M deployment with resources from just one company. That’s why partnerships between hardware, software, and connectivity providers can be so useful for enterprises getting started in Internet of Things projected.
The global connected fleet market is expected to grow from $12.56 billion in 2014 to $35.35 billion in 2019. As more commercial fleets realize the benefits of IoT/M2M fleet telematics, business are seeking more reliable connectivity with flexible rate plans and seamless coverage across geographic areas.
According to research conducted jointly by Starhome Mach and Machina Research, roaming by IoT/M2M connected devices as doubled in the last 12 months. And the demand on cellular networks will only continue to grow. They predict that by 2020, we will have as many machines as people roaming on cellular networks.
Will you be at IoT Tech Expo Europe, 10-11 February, 2016, at London’s Olympia? If so, stop at stand 70 and talk with Aeris team members about our Internet of Things solutions.
Connected cars are no longer a novelty or a luxury item – they’re almost a standard feature in many markets. The global telematics market is supposed to reach $40 billion by the end of this year, and 88% of all new cars are projected to have telematics solutions by 2025. Just two years ago, connected cars generated over 480 TB of data, and they’re projected to reach 11.1 petabytes by 2020. But it’s not just the consumer who’s using Internet of Things connectivity in vehicles, because the real advantages come when IoT and analytics are used to solve fleet management problems.