IoT a fast-growing market with 42 billion connected objects in 2015 and the promise of +14% annual growth up to 2025

IDATE | October 19, 2015

IoT a fast-growing market with 42 billion connected objects in 2015 and the promise of +14% annual growth up to 2025
IDATE has published its analysis of and forecasts for the global Internet of Things (IoT) market. An opportunity to deliver a synthesis of the Institute’s many reports on the matter (smart cars, M2M, smart grids, smart cities, smart toys…) to examine a market which, although developing rapidly, still raises a host of questions: is it really taking off, and how fast? Which business models seem the most reliable? Which market players and countries are in the best position to benefit from this new stage in the Internet’s evolution?

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