‘The Wonderful World of M2M Communications’
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Campbell, California, USA – –Infonetics Research has released excerpts from its latest ‘Mobile M2M Modules’ report, which provides market size, analysis, and forecasts for mobile M2M modules by technology, vertical, and region.
Kings Hill, UK. June 26, 2013 — Tomorrow sees the release of new research findings from a survey conducted by Oracle and Beecham Research. The market survey is on the Use of Connected Devices for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) & Internet of Things (IoT) applications and new trends. Results will be disclosed in a webinar discussion on June 27th.
Newbury, UK. June 26, 2013 — Vodafone today announced the launch of its first annual ‘M2M adoption barometer’ report, which finds that 50% of companies surveyed will have adopted the technology by 2015.
London, UK — SIMalliance has published an updated technical document for mobile network operators (MNOs). It specifies the integrated features required to provide optimal UICC support for LTE network and IMS services deployment.
Gothenburg, Sweden – According to a new report by Berg Insight, global sales of handsets featuring near field communication (NFC) grew 300% in 2012 to reach 140 million units. Growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 48.2%, annual shipments are forecast to reach one billion units by 2017.
Austin, Texas, USA – The market for smart grid sensors in North America is expected to grow dramatically during the next two years, according to a study published by IMS Research (now part of IHS Inc.).
Hampshire, UK – The smart vehicle will become the new frontier for app developers over the next five years, finds a recent Juniper Research report. It forecasts that the market for in-vehicle apps will be worth over US$1.2 billion by 2017, as car manufacturers continue to embrace new infotainment ecosystems.
Insurance telematics, a system through which premiums can be calculated based on an individual’s driving habits and behaviours, represents a significant opportunity to insurance companies, according to a new survey by YouGov and O2, the commercial brand of Telefónica UK.
A new report by O2, the commercial brand of Telefónica UK, has revealed that the concept of a smart home, where consumers can remotely manage their home appliances such as lights, heating, oven, TV and more, will be crucial to selling the benefits of smart meters to consumers.
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