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In our comprehensive coverage on the Industrial Internet, ABI Research takes a close examination of the IT- and OT-centric systems convergence, as well as the impact that this has on establish IT systems. The Industrial Internet is one of the next major IoT segments and is posed to revolutionize design, manufacturing, operations, service, and maintenance by relying on key enabling technologies like robotics, automation, remote monitoring, AR, VR, and wearables.

Data

Industrial Automation and Robotics

1Q 2017 | MD-CIROBO-101 | Updated Semiannually

Industrial automation and industrial robotics, a subset of industrial automation, continue to evolve after decades of growth globally. This market research covers the market for industrial automation control and field devices and industrial robots in particular. Industry data and forecasts from 2015 to 2025 are included. Market data for industrial automation includes product revenue by automation type, vertical market, and region. It is also segmented by discrete and process automation, including shipments of control and field devices by discrete and process automation, vertical market, and region.

Market data for industrial robotics includes shipment and revenue forecasts by region, as well ...

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M2M/IoT Routers and Gateways

4Q 2016 | MD-M2MRG-102 | Updated Annually

IoT/M2M routers and gateways, box-type devices that provide network connectivity and protocol bridging, have been a longstanding staple for connecting machines and things and this important role is not expected to change.  In fact, besides facilitating hub and spoke architectures for a growing number of end nodes, gateways will be important devices for executing analytics functions at the edge.  In this dataset is presented gateway forecasts for IoT markets segmented by 31 application segments.  These segments are grouped into three major application markets:  mobility and transportation; commercial and enterprise; and industrial and infrastructure.  Forecasts are provided for shipments, revenues ...

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Insights

Managed Cloud Services Lower Enterprise TCO Though Hidden Costs Offset Gains

1Q 2017 | IN-4471

A webinar hosted by IndustryWeek suggested that manufacturing companies should avoid designing, operating, and maintaining their own cloud services because the total cost of ownership (TCO) is lower when using a cloud services partner. TCO is one of many factors that a company should consider in its IT infrastructure programs, but as we intend to demonstrate, infrastructure and management cost savings from exclusively partnering on cloud services could lead to unforeseen business expenses elsewhere.

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