Gothenburg, Sweden. 21 December 2022 – Berg Perception presents a database overlaying the five hundred mobile IoT deployments recognized as a part of the corporate’s IoT market analysis actions since 2004. The checklist contains varied sorts of tasks and product classes deployed throughout all sorts of vertical markets together with OEM automotive, aftermarket automotive, transport & logistics, utilities, infrastructure, buildings & safety, retail, industrial, client electronics, healthcare and different. The database contains challenge measurement and geographical distribution by the tip of 2021 in addition to a 5-year forecast for every particular person challenge.
“The tasks included within the top-500 checklist collectively account for roughly 480 million lively mobile IoT subscriptions”, says Rickard Andersson, principal analyst, Berg Perception. He provides that this corresponds to as a lot as 22.8% of the overall variety of mobile IoT connections worldwide on the finish of 2021. The five hundred tasks on the checklist are within the coming years forecasted to develop to 949 million items by 2026, comparable to an general compound annual development price (CAGR) of 14.6%. “Greater than 90 deployments on the checklist have surpassed 1 million subscriptions and the top-10 tasks alone account for over 159 million items”, continues Mr. Andersson.
Transport & logistics is the vertical by way of the variety of tasks that made the highest checklist, adopted by aftermarket automotive, retail, utilities, OEM automotive, buildings & safety, healthcare and industrial. “When evaluating the variety of lively subscriptions represented by every vertical for the entries within the top-500 checklist, OEM automotive is as a substitute the most important vertical, accounting for 157 million items, forward of utilities at 89 million items and transport & logistics representing 96 million items”, concludes Mr. Andersson.
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