As per a report from Deloitte the quantity of units under Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to grow exponentially to 1.9 billion units in India by 2020 or about USD 9 billion.
IoT includes gadgets, other than PCs and cell phones, associated with the Internet. Deloitte estimates the present number of such gadgets to be around 60 million.
The report said IoT adoption and applications will be driven by deployment for digital utilities or smart cities and in the manufacturing, transport and logistics and automotive industries
The government has planned a USD 1 billion worth of investment for 100 smart cities, over the coming five years, and this is expected to be a key empowering agent for IoT adoption over different verticals of business.
Watching that telecom administrators would be at first concentrating on giving SIMs to IoT gadgets and arrangements, the report expects that in the following two years, telcos would engage in new IoT systems or extend the current one to have more elevated amount of investment in the general end-to-end IoT environment and economy.
“However, some of the leading operators, as part of the long-term play, would spin off new IoT entities that would provide them with the flexibility and reason to focus on being an end-to end IoT solution provider rather than just a connectivity provider,” the report said.
It expects that couple of leading administrators would make huge ventures to augment their IoT capacities by giving information examination and capacity and now and again for more specific regions administrators would go into organizations with organizations.
“These companies would provide cheaper sensors, cloud data storage, analytics, visualisation platforms providing remote monitoring, dashboards and reports, and field service platforms providing automated maintenance tickets and technical assistance,” it said.
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Madhurima Goyal, From ITvoir News Desk