Industrial LPWA Market Dynamics Report 2017 – Projections to 2025 – Research and Markets

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DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Industrial
LPWA: Market Dynamics Report”
report has been added to Research
and Markets’
offering.

Much of Europe and many parts of the Asia Pacific region are covered
with Sigfox and LoRa networks with LPWA services offered by key telecom
operators such as Arqiva, Bouygues, Orange, KPN, Proximus, Swisscom as
well as dedicated IoT operators such as Thinxtra in Australia. In the
U.S., LoRa will have the largest private unlicensed industrial LPWA
network growth and LTE-M1 will do the same for licensed public networks.

LoRa’s chirp spread spectrum advantages, deep building penetration, open
source networking and suitability for private and public networks has
attracted thousands of developers and the world’s largest network
operators. In October 2017, the LoRa Alliance announced the availability
of three LoRaWAN specifications for its 500 members offering passive and
active roaming, standards for backend interfaces and regional radio
parameters that makes moving devices between LPWANs worldwide seamless.

Enter LTE-Cat M1 and NB-IoT:

LTE-M1 chip suppliers and network developers have created several power
saving techniques that have achieved 5+ years of device battery
lifetime. With 100 millisecond latency levels and 1 Mbps data rates,
LTE-M1 will be able to capture a large slice of LPWA Industrial IoT.
LTE-M1 networks will soon cover the U.S. as well as much of Asia and
Australia.

NB-IoT will also be a key industrial LPWA technology but incompatible
protocols and the LTE-M1 development focus by 4G network providers will
push large deployments out several years

Multi-radio modules are creating new opportunities for industrial IoT
developers. The first variation is multi-radio LPWA modules with
integrated short-range radios such as Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and
802.15.4. Another trend is LPWA hybrid modules where two LPWA radios are
used: a low bit rate radio for long device lifetime functions and a high
bit rate low latency radio for advanced functions and over-the-air
updates.

In 2025, industrial connected wireless sensing, tracking and control
devices will approach half a billion up from 35 million in 2017. LPWA
technologies such as LoRa, Sigfox, LTE-M and NB-IoT will make up most of
this growth and industrial LPWA device connections will make up 1 in 4
by this time.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. The Industrial LPWAN Ecosystem

3. The Industrial LPWA Value System

4. Market Trends & Drivers

5. The Market Opportunity

6. Industrial Iot Survey Results

7. Wireless Sensor Networks

8. Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) Networks

9. Technology Dynamics

10. LPWA Standards, Technologies & Industry Alliances

11. Cellular Based LPWA Technologies

12. Non-Cellular LPWA Technologies

13. Other LPWA Technologies

14. Network Simulations

15. Global Total Market Size Forecasts

16. Target Markets

17. Manufacturing

18. Oil & Gas

19. Electric Power

20. Water & Wastewater

22. Agriculture

23. Logistics

24. Mining, Construction And Others

25. Competitive Landscape

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/7tq85s/industrial_lpwa.

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