IoT Now and Beecham Research to launch first interactive ‘IoT World Map’ for End Users

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The IoT world is growing rapidly in both diversity and application. Yet, each sector has substantially different business requirements and in addition to this, they each require different business outcomes.

How do different vendors at different levels in the value chain cater for this diversity challenge? And where can IoT End Users search for the right product, partner or supplier in one place?

In answer to this – IoT Now, in collaboration with leading analyst house Beecham Research, are planning a Q4 launch of the ‘IoT World Map’. This first of its kind, interactive tool caters to IoT Users at any stage of their implementation, whether still in planning or looking for the right supplier for the next phase of their rollout.

The tool maps the following sectors: Building & Construction, Energy / Utilities, Consumer & Home, Health & Life Science, Industrial, Transport & Logistics, Retail, Security & Public Safety and ICT; by Application Groups, Application Types and ‘Things’.

It has been designed to offer Enterprises, searching for the right IoT product, service, partner or solution, a super user-friendly way to search across 100+ specialist IoT App Types. It also contains a rich supply of supporting information and research material, with a wide range of illustrative case studies and information on key market influences, for each featured sector.

If you would like to be involved, pre-register for access or just to find out more, contact Lauren Auret: l.auret@wkm-global.com for details.

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