Industrial IoT Asset Tracking, 2019: By 2027, There Will Be 267 Million Active RFID/Asset Trackers in Use, Worldwide

DUBLIN, May 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ —

The “Industrial IoT Asset Tracking” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Asset tracking is the fastest growing industrial IoT market and most connected devices will be location aware within the next decade.

DUBLIN, May 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ —

The “Industrial IoT Asset Tracking” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Asset tracking is the fastest growing industrial IoT market and most connected devices will be location aware within the next decade. Driving this growth is the relentless improvements in low power RF chip technologies and the adoption of Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons that are creating new asset tracking IoT solutions.

The author surveyed 62 industrial asset tracking leaders and innovators and found that over half have commercial deployments and 19% have deployed >50,000 asset trackers. Respondents have high demands for their asset trackers with one third expecting to have >200 transmissions/day and 27% expect their devices’ battery life to be >5 years.

Sensor-enabled smart tags remain a growing trend with 84% including sensors other than GPS in their asset tracking devices. Respondents are most satisfied with the data reliability and data rate and least satisfied with battery lifetime and cost.

By 2027, there will be 267 million active RFID/asset trackers in use worldwide for industrial automation, logistics, supply chain, agriculture, construction, mining and related markets. Vehicle asset tracking for fleet management will make up the largest portion until 2024 when it will be surpassed by tracking, locating and monitoring for other types of assets including shipping containers, livestock, machinery, equipment and tools.

Study Coverage

The author has conducted market research on industrial IoT markets for the past 15 years. In this report, we cover active RFID asset tracking or smart tags for manufacturing, logistics, energy/utilities, agriculture, mining and construction markets.

We cover two primary landscapes in this report: short range (RTLS) and long-range asset tracking and focus on uncovering the threats and opportunities in each. It includes 6-year market size forecasts, an extensive evaluation of 70 companies in the value system and an in-depth analysis of the latest technology developments and market forces.

Key Topics Covered

1. Executive Summary

Report Scope & Methodology

2. The Industrial Asset Tracking Ecosystem

Summary Long Range Asset Tracking Short-Range/RTLS

3. Trends & Developments

Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) Bluetooth Beacons Disposable Tags Multi-Radio Smart Tags

4. The Value System

RTLS Long Range Asset Tracking

5. Market Segmentation

Landscape 1: Logistics & Supply Chain Landscape 2: Manufacturing Landscape 3: Energy/Utilities Landscape 4: Agriculture, Mining & Construction

6. Technology Dynamics

Summary

7. Outdoor Position Location Technologies

GNSS/GPS/Satellite Assisted GPS Cell Tower Triangulation Cloud Location over Cellular (C-LOC)

8. Indoor Position Location Techniques

Received Signal Strength (RSS) Time of Arrival (TOA) Time Difference of Arrival (TDOA) Angle of Arrival (AOA) Fingerprinting

9. RTLS/Short-range Communications

RFID Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) WiFi Round-Trip-Time (WiFi-RTT) Bluetooth LE Zigbee Ultra-wide band (UWB) Infrared (IR) Ultrasonic

10. Long Range IoT Communications

2G/3G 4G LTE 5G7

11. Cellular Based LPWAN Technologies

LTE-M NB-IoT EC-GSM-IoT

12. Non-Cellular LPWAN Technologies

Sigfox LoRa Alliance

13. Survey Results

Respondent Overview

14. Asset Tracking and Locating Trends

Adoption Stage Total Deployed Devices Largest Deployment Protocols Used Types of Sensors Used Position Location Technologies Mapping Services Expected Battery Lifetime Network Range Transmissions per Day Expected Asset Tracker Lifespan Most Commonly Tracked Assets Adoption Drivers Satisfaction Levels Planning Asset Tracking Purchasing Considerations Smart Tag/Asset Tracker Pricing Service Fees Break-Even Time Inhibitors Surveyed Organizations

15. Global Total Market Size Forecasts

Methodology Total Connected Devices by Network Type Total Annual Units by Network Type Total Revenues by Network Type Total Connected Devices by Market Landscape Total Annual Units by Market Landscape Total Revenues by Market Landscape Total Revenues by Equipment & Services Total Revenues by Geography Total Units by Technology

16. Target Markets

17. Logistics & Supply Chain

Summary Market Size Forecasts Units by Network Type Revenues by Network Type Units by Market Revenues by Market Revenues by Equipment & Services Revenues by Geography Units by Technology

18. Logistics & Supply Chain

Summary Market Size Forecasts Units by Network Type Revenues by Network Type Units by Market Revenues by Market Revenues by Equipment & Services Revenues by Geography Units by Technology

19. Logistics & Supply Chain

Summary Market Size Forecasts Units by Network Type Revenues by Network Type Units by Market Revenues by Market Revenues by Equipment & Services Revenues by Geography Units by Technology

20. Logistics & Supply Chain

Summary Market Size Forecasts Units by Network Type Revenues by Network Type Units by Market Revenues by Market Revenues by Equipment & Services Revenues by Geography Units by Technology

21. Competitive Landscape

IoT Connectivity, Device Management & Network Infrastructure RTLS/Short Range Asset Tracking & Monitoring Long Range Asset Tracking & Monitoring Systems Software & Services

Companies Mentioned

1NCE Actility Afimilk AIM Systems AiristaFlow Allflex Aruba Networks Ayantra BeepVIP BeWhere Bluvision Butano24 CalAmp Chess Wise Digital Matter EasyTracGPS Eco Thought EDF Electric Imp Enforta Equustek EXPEMB Group Fathym Fleet Space Technologies Fleetilla Geode Networks Haystack Technologies HidnSeek iHome Lab Industrial Automation Networks INSTA Kerlink KLATU Networks Kontakt Kontron Leantegra Link Labs Loriot Manitoba Hydro Marvelmind Robotics Mesh Systems Mettler Toledo Mipot Mojix MultiTech Nimbelink ORBCOMM Packetworx Playtec Group Polte and many more…

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