Mobile World Congress 2017: ten key IoT themes that caught the eye

16 March 2017
Report type: Research Note
Author(s): Aapo Markkanen, Emil Berthelsen, Godfrey Chua, Isabel Chapman - Principal Analyst, Jim Morrish - Founder & Chief Research Officer, Matt Hatton, Pierce Owen - Analyst
Keywords: M2M, machine-to-machine, IoT, Internet of Things, Mobile World Congress, MWC, LPWA, 5G, NB-IoT, NB1, M1, 3GPP, LTE, LoRa, Non-Standalone, NSA, NR, Release 15, drone, UAV, platforms, connectivity, MVNO, MVNE, Systems Integrator, channels, sales, car, ecosystem, Aura, user, interface, UI, artificial, intelligence, AI, natural, language, processing, augmented, virtual, reality, AR, VR, digital, twin, graphene
Companies: AT&T, Verizon, Ooredoo, Telefonica, and T-Mobile, Nokia, HPE, Tata Communications, Teleena, Huawei, Wind, Vodafone, Exponent, Reliance, Springworks, Telia, Ericsson, Apple, Android, Bosch, Emberion
Number of Pages: 9

The annual Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona is increasingly a bell-weather for the whole technology space, and has put a significant focus of the Internet of Things in recent years, albeit with a mobile skew. It represents an opportunity for our analysts to immerse themselves for a week with key technology vendors to understand the changing landscape. Inevitably this week provides both eye-catching news and an opportunity to check our assumptions about the way the market will evolve. Machina Research’s analyst team has compiled this Research Note highlighting the key issues and developments.

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