Our blog contains short snippets from our full research coverage. We release new content regularly, so check back often for the latest insights.
Here is our Q3 2018 summary report on the internet of things (IoT) startup sector. The following report includes a sector overview and recent activity.
The internet of things (IoT) sector has experienced rapid developments in recent years. Its applications can be observed in all industries from manufacturing to retail to healthcare. In addition, we’ve analyzed that its funding and exit activity are on generally upward trends.
Last quarter we observed that internet of things (IoT) investments are increasing over time. This quarter we are performing a deeper analysis on our IoT research platform to examine funding by category. Our analysis reveals two key takeaways:
We’ve previously discovered that exits within the internet of things (IoT) sector are showing strong growth over time. Now armed with the data through June 2018, we’re conducting a mid-year status check on the total IoT exits by year.
Our sector maps are snapshots of emerging technology sectors. They show what the different categories in a sector are and how many startups are within each category. They also present a small sampling of the current startups that are innovating in each category.
The internet of things (IoT) sector has seen vibrant funding and exit activity over the past few years. How have its funding trends evolved over time? On our internet of things research platform, we have analyzed the data through 2017 and can conclude that the investments in IoT have become more substantial over time.
Here is our Q4 2017 summary report on the Internet of Things (IoT) startup sector. The following report includes an overview, recent activity, and a category deep dive.
The Internet of Things sector (IoT) continues to get a lot of buzz in the technology industry. Connected devices have improved our professional and personal lives in every aspect from industrial operations to medical procedures to home security. Yet what are the different components of IoT and how do they make up this startup ecosystem? On our IoT research platform, we have classified the companies in the sector into functional categories. This blog post examines these categories and how they compare with one another through a series of graphics.
The following graphs highlight the exit activity in the Internet of Things sector. The graphics include data through August 2017.
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