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  1. 1. 45 29 20 34 17 32 24 27 19 17 48 31 21 36 18 33 26 29 20 18 51 32 22 38 20 34 29 32 22 19 55 34 24 41 21 36 31 35 23 21 59 36 26 43 23 37 34 38 24 22 63 38 28 46 25 39 38 42 25 25 Manufacturing Financial Services Media & Telecommunications Energy & Utilities Transportation Public Sector Health & Life Sciences Retail, Distribution & Consumer Goods Services Resource & Primary Industries Source: ecosystm, June 2018 For more details, contact us at: info@ecosystm360.com CAGR 7.0% 5.6% 7.0% 6.2% 8.0% 4.0% 9.6% 9.2% 5.6% 8.0% The IoT solutions vertical market is characterised by three distinct traits. Manufacturing is the largest opportunity throughout the forecast, globally driven by the fast acceptance of connected assets to drive early adoption. Health and Life Sciences may not be the largest vertical opportunity, but with the significant investments being made by startups and the abundance of data to drive AI for healthcare outcomes, we forecast this vertical will have the fastest growth rate. Finally, we forecast industry verticals where there are easily found end to end solutions to become strong 2nd tier verticals. After manufacturing, these include Energy & Utilities, and Retail, Distribution & Consumer Goods. Note: There are several sub-markets in these vertical segments that are growing double digits. 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Ecosystm IoT Global Forecast 2017 – 2022 (by vertical market segmentation) USD (‘billion)
  2. 2. 48 74 62 79 263 50 80 64 87 281 51 90 69 90 300 53 99 76 93 321 55 108 82 98 343 58 115 90 104 367 Connectivity Hardware Services Software Total Addressable Market Source: ecosystm, June 2018 For more details, contact us at: info@ecosystm360.com CAGR 3.9% 9.2% 7.7% 5.7% 6.9% The Ecosystm IoT forecast reflects the maturing importance of ‘Hardware’ solutions and the ongoing challenges to monetise the ‘Services’ opportunity for IoT solutions. The sizing of the Hardware solutions are a direct result of a better view into the growing importance and range of the IoT ‘Edge’ compared to the Enterprise and Cloud platforms. We believe that the Edge will mature into a very sizeable opportunity for traditional hardware vendors teaming up with emerging embedded systems development startups. The sizing of the Services opportunities reflects the challenge to fully monetise IoT-only solutions without pulling in added services from Digital Transformation initiatives or adjacent requirements from technologies such as AI, Blockchain, etc . 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 USD (‘billion) Ecosystm IoT Global Forecast 2017 – 2022 (by technology segments)
  3. 3. 8 11 66 124 55 263 8 11 70 133 59 281 9 12 74 143 62 300 10 13 78 153 66 321 10 14 83 165 71 343 11 15 89 177 75 367 Rest of the World Latin America Europe(incl. MEA) APAC (incl. Japan) North America Total Addressable Market Source: ecosystm, June 2018 For more details, contact us at: info@ecosystm360.com CAGR 7.5% 7.5% 6.1% 7.4% 6.3% 6.9% By 2022, we expect the Asia Pacific region will have become the global center for IoT solutions. In particular, China will remain the leading country market (a position that it has held for the duration of the forecast), even larger than the United States, and EMEA. China’s continuing commitment to smart cities, manufacturing, transportation/autonomous vehicles, and healthcare will drive the need for massive amounts of data. Consequently, IoT solutions will feed transformation technologies such as analytics, machine learning, augmented and virtual reality and blockchain. 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 USD (‘billion) Ecosystm IoT Global Forecast 2017 – 2022 (by geographic regions)
  4. 4. Source: ecosystm 2018 For more details, contact us at: info@ecosystm360.com Methodology for Ecosystm IoT Global Forecast 2017 – 2022 The forecast data inputs consist of multiple variables including the projected number of IoT sensors to be connected to a network, the spectrum of IoT connectivity protocols, the results of Ecosystm’s global IoT study with adoption rates and plans within vertical industry segments, corporate earnings, macro economic reports, and in-depth interviews with best of breed tech buyers who are delivering IoT solutions. • We have minimised any double counting between existing ICT spend that can be reused for IoT projects (e.g Cloud, Hardware, Network, Connectivity), and net new IoT spend. • We have removed adjacent spending on ICT technology such as Analytics, Machine Learning, etc, and therefore isolate IoT spend. Cross-IoT technology forecasts are available upon request. The forecast will be updated on a semi-annual basis.
  5. 5. Source: ecosystm 2018 For more details, contact us at: info@ecosystm360.com Analyst Profile One of the great heavyweights of the analyst industry, Vernon serves as Ecosystm’s Executive Analyst, covering all manner of technology industry-wide trends and emerging markets. A frequent speaker, moderator, author and presenter for a number of leading media outlets, there are few who rival his knowledge in ICT and his strategic vision in digital transformation – particularly in the manufacturing, transportation, finance and banking communities. Starting his career in client-side IT roles, Vernon entered the research world in 2000, joining IDC as Group Vice President. Through the course of his 18 year tenure with the firm, Vernon’s remit evolved from traditional ICT – including Networking, Servers, Storage, Virtualisation and Data Centres – to becoming IDC’s first Research Fellow, specialising in The Internet of Things (IoT). He was presented with IDC’s highest accolade in 2014, recognised for his passion, persistence and candid approach. Beyond his work with Ecosystm, Vernon works with a number of venture capital firms as a technology subject matter expert. He also sits on the IoT World Forum steering committee and previously supported the governor for the State Of Illinois in developing a Smart State Initiative. Vernon holds degrees in Computer Studies and Business Administration. In his free time, Vernon is a sports fan, having competed in track and field at international levels. He’s also an active charity runner, and recently completed his eighth consecutive marathon in a four year period. Vernon Turner Executive Analyst Ecosystm
  6. 6. Ecosystm is a new age Technology Research and Advisory Firm that brings together tech buyers, vendors and analysts into one integrated platform. The firm moves away from the highly inefficient business models of traditional research firms and instead focuses on data democratisation, with an emphasis on accessibility, transparency and autonomy. For more details, contact us at: info@ecosystm360.com How is Ecosystm different from traditional research firms? Ecosystm’s research originates from its custom designed “Peer-2-Peer” platform which allows Tech Buyers to benchmark their organisation in “real-time” against their industry or market. This bold new research paradigm enables Ecosystm to provide Tech Vendors access to ongoing and real time Market Insights in an affordable “as-a-Service” subscription model. About Ecosystm
  7. 7. Amit Gupta (SG) CEO Digital & Business Models Letchmy Ganapathy (SG) Chief Data Officer Vernon Turner (US) Executive Analyst IoT, Cloud, Infrastructure Phil Hassey (AU) Principal Advisor Emerging Tech, IT Strategy, BI Tim Sheedy (AU) Principal Advisor AI, UX, Cloud, Automation Jannat Maqbool (NZ) Principal Advisor IoT, Agritech & FinTech Ecosystm Analysts Claus Mortensen (DK) Principal Analyst DX & Cloud, Privacy For more details, contact us at: info@ecosystm360.com Charles Reed Anderson (SG) Strategic Advisor IoT
  8. 8. Joan Tan (SG) Senior Analyst Sash Mukherjee (SG) Principal Analyst Health & Education Mike Ghasemi (SG) Principal Advisor Retail & Hospitality Debashis Tarafdar (SG) Principal Advisor Manufacturing & SCM Lokesh Tayal (SG) Principal Advisor Logistics and EAM Arun Sethuraman (US) Principal Advisor Health Sciences and AI Ashok Kumar (US) Principal Advisor Ecosystm Analysts For more details, contact us at: info@ecosystm360.com Dr. Kaushik Ghatak (SG) Principal Advisor Supply Chain

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