1. A Comprehensive Report on
Internet of Things
VISHAL.KUMAR@SITM.AC.IN / VISHALKR92@OUTLOOK.COM
2. IoT Landscape over the years
Internet of Things is a disruptive technology that enables the communication between smart devices and creates
better opportunities and new revenue streams.
IoT Market growth of 28% from FY2015 – FY 2016 (Source: NASSCOM)
Nearly 120 firms offering IoT solutions in India; around 60% IoT startups emerging post 2010 (Source: NASSCOM)
Indian IoT firms received around USD 60 mn funding in last 3 years (Source: NASSCOM)
Indian IoT market expected to be a USD 15 bn market by 2020; accounting for nearly 5% of global market (Source:
WHY? Growth in the number of connected devices is driven by emerging applications and business models, and
supported by falling device costs. Examples: smart buildings, transport logistics, fleet management, smart meters
3. IoT Landscape over the years
IoT network connections— 2014 vs. 2015 % growth Source: Verizon data
0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70%
Chart IoT network connections— 2014 vs.
2015 % growth Title
Source: Verizon data
Source: IDC Manufacturing Insights
4. Technological Change (‘14 vs. ‘15 vs. 16’)2014
Application market 2015
• 3D Printing
tools – SPSS,
• Data Monetization
• Internet of Things
• Modern Data
• Cloud Computing
• Virtual Reality
• Agile Methodology
• Big Data Analytics
5. Analysis of Top market segments
Source: Gartner (November 2015)
Category 2014 2015 2016 2020
Consumer 2,277 3,023 4,024 13,509
632 815 1,092 4,408
898 1,065 1,276 2,880
Grand Total 3,807 4,902 6,392 20,797
Table: Internet of Things Units Installed Base by Category (Millions
B2C devices kept their bar high and will continue to
account for the greatest number of connected things.
Gartner considered two classes of connected things
1. Generic/Cross Industry – devices that are used in
multiple devices. Example: connected light bulbs,
building management system, inventory system
2. Vertical specific – devices that are found in
particular industries. Example: tracking devices in
6. Industrial IoT (IIoT) implementation
“46% of Global internet. Economy can get benefit from the
IIoT ecosystem consists of smart sensors that are incorporated
with the industrial assets.
Benefit of IIoT:-
IIoT helps to solve the bottlenecks in the business
environment, provides operational efficiency and reduces the
complexity of the process.
Connected enterprise get enhanced visibility across various
departments and benefits with a smooth workflow.
Helps merge the information and operational departments of
Huge data volume from sensors to generate more insights
Helps provide industry based customization
source: Happiest Minds
7. Smart Home IoT implementation
Devices that Feel the
Improve on Existing Security
Data that Makes Adjustments
Sensory and movement
Connected devices have entered the homes of millions of people, and are now poised for a new wave of
Some major benefits of home security
systems that will be dictated by the Internet
8. Implementation in Automotive and
Gartner forecasts that 4.9 billion connected
things will be in use in 2015, up 30 percent
from 2014, and will reach 25 billion by 2020.
Why and How IoT will help?
Increased consumption and creation of digital
content within the vehicle
Drive the need for more sophisticated
Helps in creating opportunities for application
processors, graphics accelerators, displays and
human-machine interface technologies.
Source: Ericsson, M2M
9. Smart City - India
What is Smart City?
Smart Cities Mission is an urban renewal program by the Government of India with a mission to
develop 100 cities all over the country making them citizen friendly and sustainable.
Education, Healthcare, Security, Enterprise solutions
Why these pillars important?
It is important to take into account and find substantial gap in areas including education, safety,
sustainability, solid waste management and transport for a sustainable ecosystem.
Internet landscape comprises a great diversity of technology related topics involved in the
implementation of Smart Cities. Example: Ubiquitous computing, FTTH, Geographic Information
System, Cloud computing, E-Government and Internet of Things.
10. Fundamental Pillars of Smart City
Implementation in India
• Affordable Healthcare and e-healthcare centers
• Telemedicine – Doctor remotely monitoring a patient
• Digital locker to store medical records
• Future classroom enhanced by IoT
• Contents should be available online and concept of virtual teacher will further empower the offering
• Smart surveillance technology
• Use of analytics and IoT to manage the crowd and traffic in an efficient way
• Seamless communication between Enterprise bodies
• Efficient connection between state government, local bodies and the citizens