This insightful report sponsored by Kigen explores the key drivers for deploying enterprise cellular IoT projects and some pain points.
Over the past decade or more, considerable interest in the concept for businesses and end-users impacted by the digitization strategies applied using IoT technologies. In turn, a plethora of survey reports are published that typically cover a broad range of topics. In 2022, Kaleido Intelligence recognized the need for a more focused understanding of specific areas of IoT implementation and, as a result, the largest survey fieldwork efforts of its kind, examining enterprise perceptions around cellular IoT connectivity in detail. Therefore, 800 enterprises were surveyed to understand their buying behavior and perceptions of cellular IoT connectivity. During February, representing activities in key IoT industry verticals, including, Transport & Logistics, Utilities, Smart Cities, Healthcare, and Industrial.
This free survey report with Kaleido Intelligence explores the key drivers for deploying cellular IoT projects and some pain points. Some of the survey criteria include reducing complexity, roaming, eSIM, and navigating LTE 5G IoT.
Find out what decision-makers at the managerial level or higher in their organization think across the key industry verticals and how the ecosystem of connectivity service providers, hardware vendors, and regulatory requirements influence IoT project decision-making.
- Survey background and its introduction
- eSIMs as a root of trust for enhanced enterprise security
- eSIM connectivity challenges and opportunities: adoption, key drivers and barriers
- Shift needed for solution sector-focused deployments
- Simplified connectivity model needed for global device rollout
- Opportunity for MVNOs to offer expertise in hardware and software solutions
- SGP.32 IoT specification is simplifying fleet management with profile switching
This report, published in June 2023, and sponsored by Kigen aims to provide helpful data and insights on the subjects discussed. In order to understand a broad picture of perceptions, respondents included companies that had adopted cellular connectivity for IoT, in addition to those that had not.
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