With the growing penetration of IoT across various industries, dependence on IoT-enabled sensors that allow communication between devices has increased significantly. The IoT-enabled sensors market in India is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of ~62.96% to reach a value of INR 81.07 Bn by 2024, from INR 4.83 Bn in 2018.
In recent years, India has witnessed a notable surge in the usage of connected devices including connected cars, smart home devices, wearables, and autonomous machines. As a result, IoT installed units in India are anticipated to increase from 60 Mn devices in 2016 to 1.9 Bn devices by 2020. Similarly, mobile-connected machine-to-machine (M2M) modules are also expected to reach 112 Mn by 2022. The rise in demand for connected devices is expected to drive the IoT-enabled sensors market during the forecast period.
The Indian government launched the Smart Cities Mission in June 2015, and has claimed to roll-out 100 smart cities within the country by 2023. The government of India has undertaken initiatives for encouraging smart cities that leverage IoT-enabled sensors to enhance and optimize city operations. This is propelling the growth of the IoT-enabled sensors market in India.
Of late, India has been attracting many foreign investors. Venture capital firms such as Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Samsung Venture, pi Ventures, Axilor, and Inflection Point Ventures, among others, have supported IoT businesses to develop and manufacture IoT-enabled sensors in India. The increasing number of investments in IoT companies that offer products like sensors, control modules, and equipment controllers is providing a potential growth opportunity to the Indian IoT-enabled sensors market in the country.
IoT-enabled sensors dominate the Indian market mostly because of factors like low cost, chip-level integration, low power consumption, and wireless connectivity. With cost-effective miniaturization becoming possible, several sensors are being developed based on the micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) technology. These sensors include pressure sensors, vibration sensors, accelerometers, gyroscopes, and temperature sensors. Subsequently, the introduction of MEMS sensors that offer huge benefits like lesser power consumption, and reduced size and weight, has laid down new opportunities for the IoT ecosystem.
The IoT-enabled sensors market in India is mainly dominated by global players that operate through subsidiaries, R&D centers, and distributors in the country. Furthermore, in 2019 there were no noteworthy new entrants, and existing players struggled to compete against each other. During the forecast period the key players will continue to manufacture high volume of IoT sensors, while the overall price of these sensors is expected to fall due to increased competition.
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter 1: Executive summary
- Executive summary
Chapter 2: Socio-economic indicators
- Socio-economic Indicators
Chapter 3: Introduction
- IoT market - introduction
- IoT ecosystem
- Market definition and structure
- Types of IoT sensors
Chapter 4: Market overview
- IoT market overview - India
- IoT market size and growth forecast
- IoT-enabled sensors market overview - India
- IoT-enabled sensors market size and growth forecast
- Demand of IoT sensors based on industry verticals
Chapter 5: Market influencers
- Market drivers
- Market challenges
Chapter 6: Government initiatives
- Government initiatives
Chapter 7: Recent investments and funding
- Recent investments and funding
Chapter 8: Competitive landscape
- ABB India Ltd.
- Company information
- Business description
- Key people
- Analog Devices India Pvt. Ltd.
- Emerson Process Management (India) Pvt. Ltd.
- Infineon Technologies India Pvt. Ltd.
- Murata Electronics (India) Pvt. Ltd.
- NXP Semiconductors India Pvt. Ltd.
- Omron Automation Pvt. Ltd.
- STMicroelectronics Pvt. Ltd.
- TE Connectivity India Pvt. Ltd.
- Texas Instruments (India) Pvt. Ltd.
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