A look at recent IoT trends & predictions and a collection of our Internet of Things Trends reports.
With a history that goes back twenty years, Telenor IoT has witnessed and stimulated a number of technological shifts in M2M and the Internet of Things. The latest IoT trends have seen large-scale deployments become a reality, with IoT connection numbers growing into the billions. This is set to continue as more and more devices become connected and new use cases and business models are powered by IoT.
Recent trends in IoT have undoubtedly been impacted by the global coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly affected the way IoT is developing. In a world where contact between humans is, for now, more limited, contact between devices, tools, and toys can help us to remain connected.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the most prominent tech trends to have emerged in recent years. In simple terms, it refers to the fact that while the word internet initially referred to the wide-scale networking of computers, today, devices of every size and shape – from cars to kitchen appliances to industrial machinery – are connected and sharing information digitally, on a global scale.
Several trends continue to gather momentum, stimulating IoT’s prominence in 2021, from Industrial IoT devices to health-and-safety applications as COVID-19 continues to take center stage.
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Here are a few facts, figures and trends, gathered across the web, that can help us understand where the IoT world is at, how it’s been impacted by the pandemics, and what to expect over the next few years: