IoT in Smart Cities Market

IBM (US) and Cisco (US) are leading players in IoT in Smart Cities Market

The global IoT in smart cities market size to grow from USD 130.6 billion in 2021 to USD 312.2 billion by 2026, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 19.0 % during the forecast period. Various factors such as exponential rise in urban population actuating smart management, increasing number of government initiatives and PPP models for smart cities, and adoption of connected and smart technologies in smart cities initiative are expected to drive the adoption of IoT in smart cities solutions and services.

The IoT in smart cities market includes IoT-based software, solutions, and services that are provided in transportation, building, utilities, and citizen services to enhance communication and control between citizens and governments. IoT provides new opportunities for cities by speeding up the communication process for better coordination, seamless operations, and informed decisions via better utilization of the existing and new infrastructure.

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Some of the key players operating in the IoT Smart cities market include. IBM (US), Cisco (US), Intel (US), Huawei (China), Microsoft (US), Tech Mahindra (India), Siemens (Germany), Honeywell (US), Bosch (Germany), PTC (US), Schneider Electric (France), ARM (England), Quantela (US), Hitachi (Japan), Sierra Wireless (Canada), Youon (China), SAP (Germany), Deutsche Telekom (Germany), Confidex (Finland), Verizon (US), AGT International (Switzerland), Takadu (Israel), Optibus (Israel), Enevo (US), Signify (Netherlands), FlamencoTech (India), AppyWay (UK). These IoT in smart cities platforms vendors have adopted various organic and inorganic strategies to sustain their positions and increase their market shares in the global IoT in smart cities market.

Cisco was founded in year 1984 and is headquartered in San Jose, California, US. Cisco is one of the market leaders in offering products, solutions, and services to smart cities across the globe. The company offers various products in the IoT in smart cities market. Its products are subdivided into various sections, including smart energy that comprises Cisco Energy Optimization Services, Cisco Connected Grids, Cisco Smart Grid Security Solutions, and the Connected Grid Design Suite (CGDS). Cisco recently launched a security product called Cyber Vision to help protect clients’ industrial IoT developments, and the company’s IoT Control Center platform also supported cellular data and network connectivity. Butaney asserted that connectivity and security were increasingly critical across all of Cisco’s projects, as they drive the usability and consumer interest necessary for success.

IBM was founded in the year 1911 and is headquartered in Armonk, US. IBM is one of the leading providers of a broad range of hardware, software, and related services. It provides various smart energy and smart water solutions, including IBM Intelligent Utility Network, IBM Intelligent Water, IBM Enterprise Asset Management (Energy and Water Utilities), IBM Water Management Center, Customer Operations Transformation, Smart Metering, and Energy Optimization and IBM Intelligent Transportation to collect data and create actionable intelligence. The company offers smart city platforms, such as IBM Smarter City Solutions, that draw insights through more than 2,000 smarter city engagements globally. The solution enables the enhancement of the quality of services provided to citizens and businesses while also improving the efficacy of city operations. IBM recently launched Maximo Mobile, an easy-to-deploy mobile platform with IBM’s leading Maximo asset management solution at the core. Maximo Mobile was designed to transform the work of field technicians who maintain physical assets such as roads, bridges, production lines, power plants, and refineries. A new, intuitive interface would provide technicians with the right asset operational data at the right time.

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