The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming more present in our day-to-day lives at home and at work.
Although the adoption rate has been slow, companies’ plans to invest in IoT solutions are accelerating. Improved operational efficiency and productivity, creation of new business opportunities, reduction in downtime, and the optimization of asset utilization are convincing more businesses to hop on the IoT bus. New developments like 5G or the widespread of Low-Power, Wide-Area Networks (LPWAN) coverage are also driving growth.
Here are a few facts, figures and trends, gathered across the web, that can help us understand how the IoT world is shaping and what to expect over the next few years.
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