By 2023, there will be 3.4 Billion Annual WSN Chipset Shipments Worldwide up from 1 Billion in 2018
For the past decade, Internet of Things (IoT) development has been limited by costs, reliability, range and network incompatibility. Today, these barriers to entry have been removed by wireless sensor networks (WSN) that have become a key differentiator for an increasing number of organizations. In fact, without an IoT strategy, enterprises are at a significant competitive disadvantage. WSN increases operational efficiency, scalability, asset visibility and creates vast amounts of data that provides new analytic insights on complex processes.
This is a diverse landscape where developers are using mesh networking, energy harvesting, beacons, location services, Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networks, and multi-protocol chipsets to push the boundaries of WSN.
The report has covered these developments and their impact on the evolving IoT ecosystem for the past 15 years.
In this report, we focus on three primary WSN technology variations:
- Wireless mesh sensor networks
- Location-aware personal area networks
- Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networks
Short range technologies such as 802.15.4, Bluetooth, WiFi and proprietary make up over 90% today but LPWA networks including Sigfox, LoRa and NB-IoT are increasing faster. Location services are another growing trend. Within the next five years, 3 in 5 of WSN chipsets will be used for location related services including proximity sensing as well as asset tracking and locating.
Based on thousands of interviews and surveys with executives across the whole IoT value chain, this report analyzes 45 WSN market segments including the current market forces, technology dynamics, market size and value system from chip to end user. Targeted at IoT developers, wireless component suppliers and IoT platform providers, this report is the product of ON World's ongoing research on WSN for over a decade.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Report Scope
4. The WSN Ecosystem
5. Industrial WSN Survey Results
6. Technology Dynamics
7. WSN Technologies & Standards Developments
8. Market Size Forecasts
9. Target Markets
10. Smart Home
11. Media Center
13. Advanced Metering/Distributed Energy Resources
14. Industrial, Logistics, Agriculture Etc.
15. Smart Cities
16. Health & Wellness
17. Sports & Fitness
18. Smart Watches, Smart Glasses & Others
19. The Competitive Landscape
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