Energy & Utilities: Cellular IoT Opportunities & Forecasts
- Energy and extractive industries connectivity deployment strategies
- Energy, mining and oil and gas industry connectivity trends
- Value chain analysis for each vertical
- Energy industry findings from Kaleido’s IoT Connectivity Survey
- Forecasts for cellular connections and data revenues from the energy industry
The new report in Kaleido Intelligence’s Vertical Sector Connectivity series presents the market for cellular connectivity in the extractive and power generation industries. It discusses the prospects for the usage of cellular technologies in these industries, including how it should fit alongside a range of other connectivity solutions, such as the commonly used powerline communications, and a variety of unlicensed wireless technologies.
The report’s value chain analysis breaks down the opportunities for connectivity enhancement at each stage in the extraction, refining and distribution process across mining and oil and gas. The power distribution network is also covered in depth, examining the impact of distributed generation on the grid, and the landscape for smart meters.
Based on direct feedback from mining, energy and oil and gas industry stakeholders through Kaleido’s ongoing survey programme, the report provides valuable insights showcasing requirements and expectations surrounding connectivity from end users.
The 36-page concise report provides forecasts for extractive industries cellular connections split by industry, and regional markets. In addition, readers will gain insight into the growth of energy and utilities industry data usage and IoT connectivity revenues, with splits between different revenue models for connectivity where appropriate.
The PDF report provides market data at a global & regional level for the following metrics:
- Number of extractive industry cellular connections
- Data volume across different industries
- Airtime revenues from energy industry cellular connectivity
Clients with access to our Data Hub will receive full metrics including forecasts across 7 global regions. Members will be able to access the research directly.
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Available for Kaleido Subscribers
2016 – 2021
2022 – 2027