Connected IoT devices to reach 125 Billion by 2030, says IHS Markit

Connected IoT devices to reach 125 Billion by 2030, says IHS Markit
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The number of connected IoT devices worldwide will jump 12 percent on average annually, from nearly 27 billion in 2017 to 125 billion in 2030, according to new analysis from IHS Markit.
By eeNews Europe


The market research firm published a free ebook titled “The Internet of Things: a movement, not a market,” where it details how the IoT is revolutionizing the competitive landscape by transforming everyday business practices and opening new windows of opportunity.

According to the ebook, global data transmissions are expected to increase from 20 to 25 percent annually to 50 percent per year, on average, in the next 15 years.

“The emerging IoT movement is impacting virtually all stages of industry and nearly all market areas — from raw materials to production to distribution and even the consumption of final goods,” observes Jenalea Howell, research director for IoT connectivity and smart cities at IHS Markit.

“This represents a constantly evolving movement of profound change in how humans interact with machines, information and even each other.”

IHS Markit has identified four foundational, interconnected pillars at the core of the IoT movement: connect, collect, compute and create. The entire IoT is built upon these four innovation pillars:

New connections of devices and information

Enhanced collection of data that grows from the connections of devices and information

Advanced computation that transforms collected data into new possibilities

Unique creation of new interactions, business models and solutions.

“While internet-connected devices hold tremendous potential, many companies are having difficulty identifying a consistent IoT strategy,” Howell said. “The four Cs of IoT — connect, collect, compute, create — offer a pathway to navigate and take advantage of the changes and opportunities brought about by the IoT revolution.”

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