This report analyses the overriding trends and changes taking place in the IoT market around the globe.

It explores the driving forces behind the market’s growth and transformation, including an examination of major market trends (including vertical market dynamics), technology evolution, plus volume forecasts up to 2030 by region (6), by vertical (13) and by technology (6).

It also presents the quantitative evolution of IoT objects’ installed base.

Forecasts up to 2030 of installed base of IoT objects:

  • Breakdown by region
  • Breakdown by access networking technology
  • Breakdown by vertical
  • Breakdown by use case

Table of contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Methodology
2.1. Verticals and applications

3. Networking technology analysis
3.1. Technical chain of IoT
3.2. Today, many technologies are designed for IoT
3.3. Wired technologies
3.4. Short range standardized technologies
3.5. Satellite technologies
3.6. Low earth orbit’s compatibility with IoT
3.7. Cellular technologies
3.8. Unlicensed Low-Power Wide-Area (U-LPWA) technologies
3.9. Technology providers positioning per range/bitrate
3.10. Wi-Fi Halow: filling the gap between LPWA and 5G
3.11. LoRaWAN and Sigfox
3.12. Focus on LoRa value chain
3.13. IoT-specific networking technologies over cellular networks (licensed LPWAN)
3.14. NB-IoT and LTE-M

4. Key IoT vertical markets
4.1. Drivers and barriers
4.2. Automotive
4.3. Logistics
4.4. Manufacturing industry
4.5. Energy
4.6. Agriculture
4.7. Healthcare
4.8. Smart City
4.9. Smart Building
4.10. Retail
4.11. Passenger transport
4.12. Mining and public works
4.13. Oil and gas
4.14. Public safety
4.15. Military

5. Market estimations & forecasts
5.1. IoT market enjoying tremendous growth despite the post-pandemic crisis
5.2. By 2030, strong growth of licensed LPWAN technologies

DataSet Scope

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Database indicators

Markets and forecasts 2020-2030 of connected base:
• Breakdown by region
• Breakdown by technology
• Breakdown by vertical

• Cellular
• Licensed LPWAN
• Satellite
• Unlicensed LPWAN
• Wired
• Wireless


• Cow
• Machinery
• Sheep
• Soil sensors

• Connected cars
• Autonomous cars

• Power line monitoring
• Electric meters
• Gas meters
• Water meters

• Remote-patient devices

• Connected industrial machines
• Connected industrial robots

• Containers
• Pallets
• Trucks
• Train
• Boats

• Active Military Manpower
• Ground vehicles

Mining and public works
• Construction equipment

Oil and gas
• Pipelines
• Tank monitoring

Public safety
• Environmental protection
• Vehicles

• Vending machines
• PoS

Smart Building
• Security cameras
• Access control
• Elevators

Smart City
• Waste management
• Street light
• Urban transport
• Parking lots

• Bus
• Boats
• Trains
• Aircrafts

Geographical zones
• Africa
• Asia Pacific
• Europe
• Latin America
• North America
• Middle East
• World consolidated

Geographic area

Asia-Pacific Europe Latin America North America World

Other details

  • Reference: M00059MRA
  • Delivery: on the DigiWorld Interactive platform
  • Languages available: English
  • Tags: agriculture, automotive, cellular, energy, gas, healthcare, Industrial IoT, iot, Licensed Low-Power Wide-Area, Licensed LPWAN, logistics, LoRaWAN, LPWAN technologies, LTE-M, manufacturing industry, military, mining, NB-IOT, oil, passenger transport, public safety, public works, retail, satellite, Sigfox, smart building, Smart City, Unlicensed Low-Power Wide-Area, Unlicensed LPWAN, Wi-Fi Halow, Wireless

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