IoT Top Leaders in 2016

IoT Top Leaders in 2016

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IoT Top Leaders in 2016

on Off-Topic at Nov 03, 2016 11:41

In the 21st century the IoT becomes more and more popular. Moreover, market landscape is finally taking shape. By the way, the revenue is supposed to hit a record high of €6.4  :shock:  :shock:  :shock:  billion in 2016, according to projected global revenue estimation of the IoT from 2007 to 2020.  :ugeek: 

Re: IoT Top Leaders in 2016

on Off-Topic at Nov 03, 2016 20:29

Thanks for starting this topic. The Internet of Things is deffinitelly developing rapidly but one has to remember that this industry has many faces as currently almost anything "smart" is included in IoT area of interests. A lot of interesting facts about IoT can be found on Statista website ( ... of-things/).
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