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Internet of Things: 140 pages of R&D details - NEW REPORT

New Report: Internet of Things: How the Vision is being Researched, Developed & Productized

The vision of the “Internet of Things,” in which Internet connectivity is extended to huge numbers of “things” in the real world, promises to transform our ability to process information about the real world and interact with real-world objects electronically. This dream has captured the world’s attention, with new developments and media articles daily.

But what is really being researched and developed? Are the implementations that are soon to reach market truly achieving the vision? What major companies are working on it?  Who is bringing it to market? What exactly is each company researching?

In this new 135-page report, Grizzly Analytics analyzes and reports the research in progress at major technology companies, including Google, Microsoft, Apple, Nokia, ZTE, Qualcomm, Intel, Cisco, General Electric, IBM and others. The report additionally profiles over twenty start-up companies bringing Internet of Things products and solutions to market, along with several industry consortia and alliances.

Only Grizzly Analytics reports give you the hard facts about R&D in progress. Which major companies are researching how to route queries from smartphones to sensor networks, or how to control home appliances from mobile devices? Which are exploring unique wireless technologies?  Which are working on hubs to connect to every-day objects, and which are building on existing wireless connections? Which are researching adding connectivity to keychains or bicycles, and which are working on mobile healthcare or personal safety?  This report gives you the concrete R&D details.

Grizzly Analytics analysis finds the following key attributes of research in progress:

  1. What is being connected: sensors, every-day objects, or appliances?
  2. Are the “things” interactive, or do they deliver ambient intelligence via the network?
  3. Do the “things” connect directly or via a gateway?
  4. How is data from sensors & devices secured and kept private?
  5. What analysis can be done on collected data?
  6. What applications of the Internet of Things will actually be valuable to users?

This 135 page report is a must-read for:

Ø      researchers to know the approaches that others are working on
Ø      corporate planning groups to know what their competition is doing
Ø      start-up companies to know which major companies to pitch to
Ø      business development groups to know which start-up companies will fit their needs
Ø      investors to know which companies will lead this new area
Ø      venture capitalists to know which start-ups fill niches in this area
Ø      cellular operators to know where their next-generation capabilities will come from
Ø      municipal professionals and consultants looking at city-wide sensor systems
Ø      researchers in related areas, including exercise & health accessories and car systems

and anyone else who needs to track this exciting new technology.

To see an overview of the report and the detailed table of contents, and to order, click here:

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       Grizzly Analytics LLC
       Phone: +1-908-827-1580


About Grizzly Analytics:

Grizzly Analytics Mobile Industry reports provide information and analysis on industry developments, trends and implications. Grizzly Analytics’ reports present analysis that, although speculative in nature, is based upon decades of industry and technology experience. 

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