Environmental Monitoring: high-growth opportunity for LPWA devices

12 January 2016
Report type: Application Spotlight
Author(s): Margaret Ranken
Keywords: M2M, machine-to-machine, IoT, Internet of Things, environment, strain gauge, landslip, landslide, weather, pollution, noise, wind, rain, sunlight, river, borehole, vibration, flood, earthquake, fire, disaster, travel, power, renewable, retail, field force, ground water, LPWA, battery life, water, energy, insolation, farm, sewer, river, avalanche, snow, wildfires, road, rail, airport, ferry, landfill, wastewater treatment, data mining, big data analytics, embankments, GPS, bus, operations center
Companies: IBM, Ingenu, Green Life Networks, UK Meteorological Office, Advantech, Firebreak, Digi, SkyWave, Ocean Imaging, Roffers
Number of Pages: 8

This Application Spotlight provides a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the M2M market related to Environmental Monitoring, related to pollution, noise, rain, wind, insolation, river flow, boreholes, health hazards and vibration (e.g. for earthquakes and tsunamis).

It provides a definition, description, analysis of drivers and barrier, and high level forecasts for growth in connections, technology split and revenue opportunity.

For a full set of country-by-country forecasts, refer to the M2M Forecast Database.

Keywords: M2M, machine-to-machine, IoT, Internet of Things, environment, strain gauge, landslip, landslide, weather, pollution, noise, wind, rain, sunlight, river, borehole, vibration, flood, earthquake, fire, disaster, travel, power, renewable, retail, field force, ground water, LPWA, battery life, water, energy, insolation, farm, sewer, river, avalanche, snow, wildfires, road, rail, airport, ferry, landfill, wastewater treatment, data mining, big data analytics, embankments, GPS, bus, operations center

Companies covered in this report: IBM, Ingenu, Green Life Networks, UK Meteorological Office, Advantech, Firebreak, Digi, SkyWave, Ocean Imaging, Roffers

8 pages

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