M2M & the Internet of things

| March 1, 2016

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This report was prepared by IDATE analysts, with the support of Gemalto, and summarises the highlights of the latest Digiworld Summit, hosted by IDATE in Montpellier from 18 to 20 November 2014. The central theme of “Mobility Reloaded” provided a perfect opportunity to explore the latest developments in machine to machine (M2M) and Internet of things (IoT) markets. This document draws on both IDATE insights on the markets and presentations in keynote speeches or round tables from Gemalto, Optinvent, Bitgym, Salesforce, Renault, Qualcomm, Awox, Cisco, Sierra Wireless, FFD, Orange, Cheetah Mobile, CNIL, IBM, Oberthur Technologies, Virdata/Technicolor, Synox, Accenture, AT&T, Tageos, M2OCity and Samsung.

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