Meshed Cloud Software, Platforms, Infrastructure and Devices for IoT: Technologies, Market Outlook, and Forecasts 2016 - 2021

Published: March 2016
Pages: 68
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Keywords: The Emerging Digital Mesh: A Cloud Based Software, Platform, Infrastructure, and Devices for IoT

Overview

There is an emerging mesh of devices and cloud-based software, platforms, and infrastructure to support the Internet of Things (IoT). The Digital Mesh will facilitate advanced machine learning through adaptive security architecture and advanced system architecture. Digital Mesh transforms conventional monolithic, linear application designs into more agile, flexible and cloud based application environment.

This report of Mind Commerce focuses on various network elements, architectures, platforms and software necessary to develop highly effective, agile and autonomous Digital Mesh systems. The report also evaluates global market trends and forecasts for elements that encompass the Digital Mesh.

Target Audience:

  • Cloud companies
  • Network operators
  • Software developers
  • Device manufacturers
  • Infrastructure providers
  • Internet of things companies
  • Data Management companies

Table of Contents

1 Introduction 6
1.1 Target Audience 7
1.2 Companies in Report 7
2 Executive Summary 9
3 Overview 11
3.1 Digital Mesh Concept 11
3.2 Mesh Networks 11
3.3 IoT and the Emerging Digital Mesh Network 13
3.4 Digital Mesh Projected to Connect 82 Billion Devices 14
3.5 Digital Mesh in IoT Applications 17
3.5.1 Smart City 19
3.5.1.1 Global Number of Devices Connected in Smart Cities over Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 19
3.5.2 Smart Home 20
3.5.2.1 Global Devices Connected in Smart Homes over Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 22
3.5.3 Smart Building / Office 23
3.5.3.1 Global Connected Devices in Smart Buildings over Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 24
3.5.4 Smart Factories 25
3.5.4.1 Global Connected Devices in Smart Factories over Digital Mesh: 2016 - 2021 26
3.5.5 Smart Industries 27
3.5.5.1 Smart Utilities 28
3.5.5.2 Smart Tracking 29
3.5.5.3 Smart Instrumentation in Oil and Gas Industry 29
3.5.5.4 Smart Healthcare 30
3.5.5.5 Devices Connected in Smart Industries over Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 30
3.6 Connected Devices over Digital Mesh by Region 2016 - 2021 32
4 IoT Opportunities due to Digital Mesh 34
4.1 Need Assessment for Uninterrupted User experience 34
4.1.1 Lightweight and Smart Sensors 34
4.1.2 Agile, Ready-to-Deploy, Cloud-based IoT Platforms 35
4.1.3 Responsive and Collaborative Applications 35
4.1.4 Responding Security Frameworks 35
4.2 Solution Developments in Emerging Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 36
4.3 Development of Lightweight Smart Sensors 37
4.3.1 Development of Smart Sensors in Emerging Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 40
4.3.2 B+B Networks Wireless Sensing Platform 41
4.3.3 Bosch MEMS Sensors 42
4.3.4 Digi's Xbee Real-time Sensors 42
4.4 Development of Hardware and Software IoT Platforms 43
4.4.1 Hardware and Software IoT Platforms in Emerging Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 45
4.4.2 IoT Hardware Platforms 46
4.4.2.1 ARM mBED IoT Device Platform 46
4.4.2.2 Echelon's IzoT Platform 47
4.4.3 IoT Software Platforms 48
4.4.3.1 Aeris Cloud based Platform for Building Applications 49
4.4.3.2 AT & T M2M Application Platform 49
4.4.3.3 Ayla Cloud based Enterprise Grade Platform 50
4.4.3.4 Development Platform by IIC 50
4.4.3.5 Jasper Control Venter Platform 51
4.4.3.6 MachineShop API based Platform 51
4.4.3.7 Wind River VXworx 7 52
4.5 Developing New Range of Applications 53
4.5.1 IoT Apps for Emerging Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 54
4.6 Development of New Interoperable Protocols 55
4.6.1 Insteon 55
4.6.2 Thread 56
4.6.3 Zigbee 57
4.6.4 Z-Wave alliance 58
4.7 Security Needs for Devices Connected through Digital Mesh 59
4.7.1 Solutions to Secure Mobile Device and Mobile Applications 65
4.7.2 IoT Security Solutions for Emerging Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 66
4.7.3 ARM TrustZone Technology 67
4.7.4 Cisco Security Solutions for IoT 68
4.7.5 Intel Security Group (McAfee) 69
4.7.6 Symantec End- to-End Security Solution 70

Figures

FIGURE 1: The Digital Mesh 12
FIGURE 2: Global Connected Devices 2016 - 2021 15
FIGURE 3: Connected Devices over Digital Mesh by Industry Segment 2016 - 2021 18
FIGURE 4: Connected Devices over Digital Mesh in Smart Cities 2016 - 2021 20
FIGURE 5: Connected Devices over Digital Mesh in Smart Homes 2016 - 2021 22
FIGURE 6: Connected Devices over Digital Mesh in Smart Buildings 2016 - 2021 24
FIGURE 7: Connected Devices over Digital Mesh in Factories 2016 - 2021 27
FIGURE 8: Connected Devices over Digital Mesh in Smart Industries 2016 - 2021 31
FIGURE 9: Connected Devices in Smart Industries by Region 2016 - 2021 33
FIGURE 10: Digital Mesh Revenue by Solution Segment 2016 - 2021 37
FIGURE 11: Smart Sensors in Emerging Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 40
FIGURE 12: Hardware and Software IoT Platforms in Emerging Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 45
FIGURE 13: IoT Platform Functionality 48
FIGURE 14: IoT Apps for Emerging Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 54
FIGURE 15: Security Solutions for Emerging Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 67

Tables

TABLE 1: Global Connected Devices 2016 - 2021 14
TABLE 2: Connected Devices over Digital Mesh by Industry Segment 2016 - 2021 18
TABLE 3: Connected Devices over Digital Mesh in Smart Cities 2016 - 2021 19
TABLE 4: Connected Devices over Digital Mesh in Smart Homes 2016 - 2021 22
TABLE 5: Connected Devices over Digital Mesh in Smart Buildings 2016 - 2021 24
TABLE 6: Connected Devices over Digital Mesh in Smart Factories 2016 - 2021 26
TABLE 7: Connected Devices over Digital Mesh in Smart Industries 2016 - 2021 31
TABLE 8: Connected Devices in Smart Industries by Region 2016 - 2021 32
TABLE 9: Digital Mesh Revenue by Solution Segment 2016 - 2021 36
TABLE 10: Smart Sensors in Emerging Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 40
TABLE 11: Hardware and Software IoT Platforms in Emerging Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 45
TABLE 12: IoT Apps for Emerging Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 54
TABLE 13: Security Solutions for Emerging Digital Mesh 2016 - 2021 66