According to the latest market research report, “the IoT Sensors Market – Global Forecast to 2023, the market is expected to be valued at USD 5.28 billion by 2018 and is projected to reach USD 22.48 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 33.60% between 2018 and 2023.
Major factors that drive the growth of the IoT sensors market include increased use of sensors in IoT devices and other applications owing to their reduction in size, plummeting costs, and technological advancements; introduction of 3 GPP Release 13 and Release 14 specifications; growth in internet penetration rate; high demand for connected and wearables devices; introduction of IPv6 creating larger address space; and importance of real-time computing for IoT applications.
Wireless network technologies to hold a larger share of IoT sensors market during the forecast period
The market for wireless network technology would be driven by the proliferation of mobile devices and rapidly increasing adoption of the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) concept as well as IoT within enterprises. The upcoming 5G cellular wireless technology is expected to provide much faster internet connectivity and coverage, which would also boost the market of wireless network technologies.
North America to hold the largest share of IoT sensors market by 2018
The increasing internet usage in technologically advancing economies, as well as the growing adoption of wireless sensors and networks across major applications such as industrial, automotive and transportation, healthcare, oil & gas, and consumer electronics, propel the growth of the IoT sensors market.
The companies profiled in this report are Texas Instruments (US), TE Connectivity (Switzerland), Broadcom (US), NXP Semiconductors (Netherlands), STMicroelectronics (Switzerland), Bosch Sensortec (Germany), TDK (Japan), Infineon Technologies (Germany), Analog Devices (US), Omron (Japan), Sensirion (Switzerland), Honeywell (US), Siemens (Germany), General Electric (US), SmartThings (US), Monnit (US), Murata Manufacturing (Japan), Sensata Technologies (US), Silicon Laboratories (US), and Libelium (Spain).