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Internet of Things (IoT) - A Patent Landscape Analysis

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To read the complete report, visit http://www.lex-innova.com/resources-reports/?id=33. A report studying the technological landscape of Internet of Things from an Intellectual Property (Patents) perspective to find out the emerging technology trends and to better understand the future of this fast growing domain.

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Internet of Things (IoT) - A Patent Landscape Analysis

  1. 1. Internet of Things Internet of things is the global network of objects that can sense and communicate with their external environment using embedded technology. INSTALLEI] BASE Devices in millions GLOBAL IOT MARKET IS POISEIJ FOR EXPLUSIlIE GROWTH 20-50 billion things Connected to the internet 1 I 2013 = $1.9 trillion BY 2020 MBA ACTIVITY Samsung Acquires SmartThings, A Fast-Growing Home Automation Startup w Samsung has collaborated with Intel, Dell, Atmel, Broadcom, Wind River, Nest, ARM Holdings, Freescale Semioonductor, Silicon Labs, LG, SK Telecom, and KT Corp. to develop the standards of IOT. Google has spent the most: in IOT space for acquiring companies like: Nest, BOStOn DynamiCS, Waze and Dropcam. REVENUE UPPURTUNITIES Home Automation Transportation Healthcare TUP ASSIGN EES @ëèooe ooo Qualcomm KTCorporation Nokia Somíy lBM Samsung lnterdigital Alcatel LICENSING HEAT MAP O Wireless Communication Protocols has seen large number of litigation in the Wireless past. Given the current patent holding ? Aesource . . . . . . . . ana9emeľ” pattern in this domain, high licensing activity can be anticipated in future. wwkss Wireless Topology Communication Management Protocols Circuits Information Retrieval Wireless Resource Management will see less patent licensing activity in future due to Consolidation of IP by major players. Home Security E- Commerce Wired Communication Protocols Healthcare Lexlnnova REINVENTING LI`IGAYIOI SOLJTIONS

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