34 billion devices will be connected to the internet by 2020
By 2020, more than 34 billion internet-connected devices will be installed globally - that's more than four devices for every human on earth. These devices will undoubtedly revolutionize our homes, businesses, and municipalities.
BI Intelligence has created a slideshow highlighting the most important ways the Internet of Things market will develop in 2016. The topics in the deck include:
- The market drivers for the IoT
- Forecasts for the IoT market
- A breakdown of how many industries are utilizing IoT devices
- A look at how governments are using the IoT to revolutionize their cities and defense
- An examination of the smart home and connected car market
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