Predictions for 2018 and Beyond: The Internet of Things

May 7, 2018

In its 12th annual set of predictions, CCS Insight identifies major changes in the Internet of Things (IoT) technology market. Accounting for application areas such as wearables, virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR), smart home, industrial, automotive, and transportation, the predictions focus on how paradigm shifts in 5G networking and machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) are now prompting organizations to focus more on IoT data than enabling technologies. With additional emphasis on how regulation is beginning to shape the cyber security and data privacy landscape, this is a must-read for IoT stakeholders of all types.

In this white paper, IoT decision-makers will learn:

  • How user and regulator concerns over privacy, data security, and taxation are impacting the role of major U.S. and Chinese IoT organizations
  • How AI and ML technology are advancing the data analytics and cyber security markets
  • Why 75 percent of existing IoT platforms are expected to be acquired or fail by 2022
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