Vodafone says agriculture, health and transport dominate IoT in Ireland
April 23, 2019 / John Kennedy
The machine-to-machine engine is roaring at full throttle. Vodafone Ireland has revealed that the number of global connections for its internet of things (IoT) technology in Ireland has grown 35pc year on year. The company said it is seeing steady growth in IoT across all sectors as more and more technologies connect using its global and local IoT networks, with sectors such as agriculture, health, transportation and logistics leading the charge. According to a Vodafone spokesperson, globally connected IoT SIMs numbered 375,000 at the end of December, and between December and March the company saw a 15pc to 20pc increase in this category.