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MarketsandMarkets IoT & Sensors Crystal Ball Event

High growth markets which contribute to 20% of your revenues today will contribute 80% in the next 5 years. Identify these new revenue sources at MarketsandMarkets’s Crystal Ball event

The IoT sensors market size is expected to reach USD 29.6 billion by 2026 from USD 8.4 billion in 2021, at a CAGR of 28.6%. Numerous engines are expected to fuel its growth – Increasing use of sensors in IoT applications due to cost and size reduction, and technological advancement, and Introduction of 3GPP Release 13 and Release 14 specifications are the key factors driving the growth of the IoT sensors market. The Growth of Internet penetration rate and High demand for connected and wearables devices are factors propelling the growth of the IoT sensors market.

Owing to the rapid reduction in the sensor size and high adoption of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology, sensors are finding applications in automotive, healthcare, and consumer products. This has played a major role in the growth of the overall sensors market. During the last 5 years, smaller sensors have rapidly been deployed in devices such as smartphones, drones, wearables, and robots.

This Crystal Ball event focuses on learning more about the most promising opportunities in the IOT Sensor ecosystem, as seen through the lens of eminent CXOs in this space.

What to Expect

Key
Highlights

  • Need of Industrial Internet of things
  • Predictive maintenance in industrial technology
  • Role of AI/ML, automation & AR in the technology space
  • IT-OT convergence
  • Cloud architecture & IoT security
  • Use cases: Smart systems and pandemic

Crystal Ball:
Through the Speakers Perspective

  • Do you see the existing OEMs entering this space for a quick buck or will this function be outsourced to third party testing service providers?
  • Do you IOT asset tracking to create massive value in years to come or do you think this will be a cost centre for an organization

Conference Agenda

90 minutes of brainstorming among 4 great minds which will aim at bringing out a tangible action plan by discussing the question given below:

TOP 10 DISRUPTIONS IN IOT & SMART SENSOR ECOSYSTEM

  • IOT Sensors are set to disrupt medical infrastructure in a big way, what applications among these do you see increased tractions: Patient Monitoring, Remote Surgery, Connected Ambulances, Implanted IOT devices?
  • There is emerging evidence of AI and virtual reality crashing into sensor driven data studies. Will this convergence transform legacy industries to create a disruptive $20 bn by 2030?
  • Smart Cities is inclusive of smart Government, infrastrucute, manufacturing etc, Apart from these traditional applications what are disruptive applications do you visualize for IOT sensor to scale up and create an additional opportunity of $10 bn by 2030?
  • IOT system testing is turning to be a good opportunity to rake in additional revenues, do you see the existing OEMs entering this space for a quick buck or will this function be outsourced to third party testing service providers?
  • Do you IOT asset tracking to create massive value in years to come or do you think this will be a cost centre for an organization?

Conference Speakers

Past Speakers

Dhananjay Sharma

Dhananjay Sharma

Vice President, Sales Leadership , MarketsandMarkets

Chintan Fafadia

Chintan Fafadia

Vice President Product Management, PCTEL

Fausto Artico

Fausto Artico

Global R&D Tech Head and Director of Innovation and Data Science, GSK

Dr AS Guru Prasad

Dr AS Guru Prasad

Head, Engineering Technology Strategy, Sensors edge IoT, Robert Bosch

Nabeel Siddiqui

Nabeel Siddiqui

Director , SAP

Ricardo Buranello

Ricardo Buranello

SVP & Head of Telit IoT Platforms , Telit

Manish Pradhan

Manish Pradhan

Head – IoT, Ingram Micro

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