DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "IoT Value Chain Revenue: Worldwide Trends and Forecasts 2016-2025" report to their offering.
"Connectivity comprises only 14% of mobile IoT and LPWA solutions revenue and it is unclear how operators will successfully generate value beyond this."
Total revenue from the mobile IoT and LPWA solutions value chain (which consists of hardware, connectivity and applications components) will reach USD200 billion by 2025 and there is significant value beyond connectivity. This report analyses future trends in revenue from mobile IoT and LPWA solutions and explores how operators could generate value from components other than connectivity.
- Provides a 10-year forecast of total value chain revenue for the hardware, connectivity and applications value chain components, which can be further subdivided into value chain elements
- Discusses the distribution of revenue by component and which components generate the most value
- Analyses mobile IoT and LPWA solutions by industry sector, including automotive (connected car and fleet management), smart buildings, utilities and tracking
- Supports a comprehensive dataset published in DataHub, which includes a revenue forecast for 74 countries split by technology (mobile IoT and LPWA), sector and solution.
Key Topics Covered:
- Worldwide trends
- Worldwide: Total revenue from the value chain for mobile IoT and LPWA connections will be close to USD201 billion by 2025
- Worldwide: The applications component will contribute the largest share of revenue, reaching 61% by 2025
- Worldwide: Total revenue from mobile IoT solutions will be much higher than that from LPWA solutions by 2025
- Worldwide: Most of the revenue in the IoT value chain is generated by the applications component -this will comprise 72% of the total by 2025
- Worldwide: The hardware component generates the largest share of LPWA solution value chain revenue, comprising 49% of the total in 2025
- Worldwide: Mobile IoT networks generate 4 times more connectivity revenue than LPWA, highlighting the difference in value generation
- Worldwide: IoT solutions will have the most impact in developed regions and this is reflected in revenue distribution worldwide
- Worldwide: Emerging Asia-Pacific will generate most mobile IoT revenue in 2025, but North America will generate most LPWA network revenue
- Sector trends
- LPWA solutions are characterised by several core revenue-generating sectors, but revenue from mobile IoT is skewed towards automotive
- Mobile IoT sector: Embedded connected car revenue will comprise 42% of total mobile IoT revenue in 2025
- Mobile IoT sector: Fleet management generates significant value for those bold enough to move up the value chain
- Mobile IoT sector: Smart buildings will generate significant revenue from security monitoring service applications
- Mobile IoT sector: Health is a small but lucrative market, which is served by specialists in remote monitoring
- LPWA sector: Total revenue for the utilities sector will be driven by hardware
- LPWA sector: Revenue from smart building solutions will reach USD17 billion by 2025, but the role of network operators remains uncertain
- LPWA sector: Revenue from tracking solutions will grow to USD13.4 billion by 2025, driven by both consumer and business solutions
- Sector analysis: Retail, agriculture and smart cities generate less revenue than other sectors, but open up other opportunities
- Forecast methodology and assumptions
- Main assumptions used to calculate ARPC
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