5G and the verticals
- December 2016 •
- 93 pages •
- Report ID: 4606010 •
- Format: PDF
Opportunities from massive and critical MTC/IoT
The number of 5G IoT devices should reach 1.6 billion by 2030, representing a 52% CAGR. The leading vertical market is automotive by far, followed by energy and healthcare.
This study first introduces the concepts of 5G and the expected technical specifications that will provide new solutions to meet the requirements of vertical industries.
In a second stage, the report dives deep into the selected verticals that are most likely to leverage 5G technologies. It further identifies new expected services, requirements and trends for adoption.
Finally, the study gives an assessment of the patterns of 5G adoption in vertical markets up to 2025.
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