Is NB-IoT a viable technology for industrial applications, or do we need to wait for 5G?
Duration: 1 hour including live Q&A
The colossal Internet of Things (IoT) opportunity has hatched numerous use cases that require long battery life, deep coverage and mobility. This, in turn, has fueled demand for cellular and low-power wireless technologies such as 5G and narrowband IoT (NB-IoT). But which technology is best suited for the industrial sector?
Industrial IoT (IIoT) is well on its way to becoming standard practice, although there has been a lag in deployment. In fact, according to our recent IIoT readiness survey, over half of all end users have yet to trial IIoT solutions. So what's the delay?
Join Matt, Kevin and Brian from the IHS Markit and RootMetrics team for answers to these questions and more:
- The current state of the IoT market: deep dive on industrial IoT and smart cities
- 5G and IoT: a peaceful coexistence?
- Cost summary of an NB-IoT system
- Results from NB-IoT performance testing in a major US city
Matt Short, senior research director, Internet of Things, IHS Markit
Kevin Hasley, executive director, performance benchmarking, IHS Markit
Brian York, commercial head, teardowns and cost benchmarking, IHS Markit
Allen Tatara, senior manager, webinar events, IHS Markit (moderator)