The IoT operating systems market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 42.9% and expected to grow from USD 289.2 Million in 2017 to USD 1,721.3 Million by 2022, owing to the increase in social networking sites, which has led to sharing of large amounts of personal and private data across multiple platforms.
There is an increased need for solutions to make sure that the personal and private data of individuals is not falling into malicious hands. There is a risk that people can make tremendous misuse of personal data of individuals, such as photos, geolocations, web surfing history, and online purchase history. Furthermore, with the increase in social engagement, there is also an increased need for consistent data delivery in various functional departments to ensure cohesiveness and better communication among them.
The IoT operating systems market is segmented on the basis of components, user types, application areas, and regions. The components are segmented into client side, server side, and professional services. Professional services hold the largest market size among the components of IoT operating systems, on account of the growing need for consulting, deployment and integration, and maintenance and support services. The user type segment is categorized into large enterprises and Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs). The application area segment is categorized into smart building and home automation, industrial manufacturing and automation, capillary networks management, smart utilities, vehicle telematics, smart manufacturing, and smart healthcare.
Increased Traction for Emergence of Technologies Such as Cloud Computing and Mobility
Growing Online Data Sharing and Byod
Adoption By Sme's are Populating Growth of IoT Operating Systems
Need for Data Consistency
Increased Traction for Vulnerability Assessment and Risk Mitigation
Deployment of IoT Data Maturity Model
Unified View of Resources Using Operating Systems for All Stakeholders
End-To-End Cross-Platform Solutions
Scalability of IoT System and Application
Private Data of Individuals at Risk
Aligning IoT Data Management Strategy With Organizational Strategic Initiatives
Software Licensing and Ip Violation of Operating Systems
Lack of Consistency Among Standards for Interconnectivity and Interoperability
Key Topics Covered:
2 Research Methodology
3 Executive Summary
4 Premium Insights
5 Market Overview
6 IoT Operating Systems Market Analysis, By Component
7 IoT Operating Systems Market Analysis, By User Type
8 IoT Operating Systems Market Analysis, By Application Area
9 Geographic Analysis
10 Company Profiles
Esol Co. Ltd.
Green Hills Software
Mentor Graphics Corporation, A Subsidiary of Siemens