February, 2021, By Alan Griffiths and Joe Brooker
The purpose of this new report is to:
- Capture the main trends and market drivers over the last three years and into the future.
- Identify key players and possible disrupters.
- Use metrics from Cambashi’s IIoT and Connected Applications research – combined with other econometric sources – to make evidence-based market forecasts.
- Predict possible scenarios for the evolution of the industry.
The Industrial Internet of Things Connected Applications and Digital Transformation Trends: Update Briefing Paper One
October, 2020, By Alan Griffiths and Joe Brooker of Cambashi in conjunction with Andrew Kukhnin and Iris Zheng of Credit Suisse.
Cambashi’s research into the industrial IoT market sector supports the Credit Suisse theme of ‘hardware companies buying software companies’; many established ‘OT’ (Operations Technology) companies are moving into or acquiring software companies in order to stay in the game, defend against disrupters and increase growth. There is a long tail of smaller companies and the sector will coalesce, leading to mergers and acquisition.
January 2018, by Alan Griffiths and Peter Thorne
This report describes the landscape of the industrial Internet of Things (IoT) market, covering the complex ecosystem of technology providers and how the IoT can be an enabler for digital transformation in a range of industries. It is intended for senior executives involved in company strategy and business planning as well as operational executives in resource planning, sales and marketing.
The industrial IoT market is of great interest to software providers and investors as it is growing so quickly. Cambashi’s analysis shows the route to market for industrial IoT is through Connected Applications that link real-world ‘things’ to information systems, and leverage AI (Artificial Intelligence), ML (Machine Learning) and other analytic capabilities to deliver business benefits.
Overall, the industrial IoT market for connected applications is continuing its rapid growth and beginning to mature as the applications become more powerful – including AI (artificial intelligence), ML (machine learning), and analytics capabilities – robust and easier to deploy.
Market research firm Cambashi expects that while most digitaI transformation projects (which may include “digita I transformation”) will be resilient, some companies may delay new transformation initiatives in the short term due to the demand shock caused by the pandemic.
IIoT Forecast and Trends
IIoT Trends: Briefing Paper One
IIoT Market Landscape