Value of IoT analytics market to reach £10.6bn by 2020
A new report by MarketsandMarkets argues that IoT analytics is on the rise due to the increasing number of IoT-enabled smart connected sensors and devices that release large amounts of data simultaneously. The data can be used to improve real-time customer experience and decision making.
The global market is expected to grow from $4.8 billion (£3.1bn) in 2015 to $16.3bn (£10.6bn) by 2020, at a CAGR of 27.4%. It is still nascent, but is expected to mature in developed regions...
Jasper looks to China for IoT demand
IoT platform provider Jasper has announced that more than 500 enterprises have trialled the China Unicom Control Center IoT platform within the first three months of its launch.
The enterprises represent key industry hubs for Jasper and, according to the company, showcase the efficiency and wide ranging nature of the platform. Among the firms signed up include two of China’s 10 largest auto manufacturers, as well as several major retailers, wearable manufacturers, and telematics...
Confidence of IoT device security varies among consumers and security professionals
A major discrepancy exists in the amount of trust Mexican consumers and cybersecurity professionals have in the security of connected devices, according to a new survey from global cybersecurity association ISACA.
The survey found 82% of Mexican consumers were assured about their ability to secure IoT devices while only 60% of IT and cybersecurity professionals were of the same opinion. More than nine in 10 Mexican consumers believe they possess requisite knowledge concerning the IoT.
Texas Instruments helps securely connect IoT endpoints to AWS cloud
Texas Instruments has introduced its new SimpleLink Wi-Fi microcontroller (MCU) for connecting IoT endpoints to Amazon Web Services (AWS).
The IoT Software Development Kit (SDK) from AWS has been made available for the SimpleLink CC3200 MCU LaunchPad kit, allowing developers to connect to AWS IoT services and start developing IoT designs.
The SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 wireless MCU LaunchPad is an evaluation kit from Texas Instruments for the first single-chip, low-power Wi-Fi...
Residential IoT device revenue to reach $67.7 billion in 2025
A new Navigant Research study has predicted that revenue from residential Internet of Things (IoT) devices will reach $67.7 billion (£44.4bn) in 2025, up from $7.3 billion (£4.8bn) in 2015.
The IoT is already well-established in residential settings. Smart meters, thermostats, LED lights, and other appliances and security systems offer wireless or wired connectivity to share and utilise data more effectively.
According to the report, the driving factors for the...
M2M retail sector analysed in latest industry research
A report from Research and Markets has assessed the retail sector for machine to machine (M2M) communications and argues the market for wirelessly connected point of sale (POS) and multi-space parking meters are among the most advanced aspects in the space.
According to Berg Insight, the number of cellular M2M connections in the retail industry will rise to 44.3 million by 2019, up from 23.1 million in 2014 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.9%.
Wireless M2M communication...
Wind River launches new Linux version for Internet of Things applications
Wind River, a subsidiary of Intel, has launched Wind River Linux 8 to facilitate rapid development of applications by cutting down time for set-up and installation. The software brings together scalability and better user experience along with open source benefits such as interoperability and flexibility.
The newest version of Wind River Linux incorporates the latest kernel and toolchain being utilised in the forthcoming Yocto Project 2.0 release, Linux kernel 4.1, and GNU...
Sensly keeps a check on deadly pollution levels
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Pollution in cities is a serious concern. In 2008, there were 4,300 premature deaths in London that was attributed to long-term exposure to dangerous airborne particles. In areas such as Hackney, pollution levels have been reported as 50% above the EU limit.
John Whiting, from the Bristol Robotics Lab, is part of the team working on
Broadcom launches IoT-focused global navigation chip
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In order to cater to the Internet of Things (IoT) and wearable devices markets, semiconductor solutions company Broadcom has launched a new Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) chip, known as Broadcom BCM47748. The chip ensures devices such as fitness bands provide pinpoint location.
Power consumption from the new chip is marginal as it handles most of the load associated to signal processing from the device MCU by assessing position, velocity and time (PVT) on-chip....