About Beecham Research

 

 

 

Beecham Research is the leading market analyst and consulting firm specialising in the development of the rapidly-growing IoT market worldwide. Based in London (UK) and Boston (USA), we have been studying this market for 16 years and are recognised internationally as industry thought leaders with deep knowledge of the market dynamics and technology at every level in the value chain including IoT services, platforms and solution security.

 

Beecham Research clients span components and hardware, network operations, system integration, application development, distribution and enterprise adopters. Industry sectors where we have particular experience include Energy, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Retail, Smart City, Smart Farming, Smart Home and Transportation. The company is also the leading analyst firm in satellite IoT, low power wide area, and is also working in the wearable technology market.

 

Beecham Research has been actively researching the IoT platform market for nearly a decade. More recently, as part of our developing support for enterprise users, we have designed a series
of tools to aid IoT platform selection.

 

We are in close contact with all the leading IoT platform providers and have conducted projects with many, including: ; AT&T, Accenture, Cisco, Deutsche Telekom, Kore Telematics, Microsoft, Oracle, Orange, Sierra Wireless, Telit, Telefonica, Vodafone.

 

About IoT Pilot

 

 

 

Beecham Research and its partner IoT Global Network have launched IoT Pilot, the first fully-independent online tool to match adopter needs with IoT platform capabilities.

 

The aim of IoT Pilot is to help accelerate IoT market growth by assisting adopters to make informed decisions about which platforms are most likely to meet their requirements at any particular time.
It does not seek to recommend one platform over others, but it does narrow the field to a level that adopters can manage effectively. By providing a short list of platforms most likely to be of interest
to each individual user enquiry, it is part of the learning process and  means that adopters  can commence a more valuable dialogue with the most appropriate vendors at an earlier stage.

 

IoT Pilot is hosted on the www.iotglobalnetwork.com website, the world’s fastest-growing information portal for building IoT capabilities.

© Beecham Research 2017

  About Beecham Research

 

 

 

Beecham Research is the leading market analyst and consulting firm specialising in the development of the rapidly-growing IoT market worldwide.

Based in London (UK) and Boston (USA), we

have been studying this market for 16 years and are recognised internationally as industry thought leaders with deep knowledge of the market dynamics and technology at every level in the value chain including IoT services, platforms

and solution security.

 

Beecham Research clients span components and hardware, network operations, system integration, application development, distribution and enterprise adopters. Industry sectors where

we have particular experience include Energy, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Retail, Smart City, Smart Farming, Smart Home and Transportation,The company is also the leading analyst firm in satellite IoT, low power wide area, and is also working in the wearable

technology market.

 

Beecham Research has been actively researching the IoT platform market for nearly a decade.

More recently, as part of our developing support

for enterprise users, we have designed a series
of tools to aid IoT platform selection.

 

We are in close contact with all the leading IoT platform providers and have conducted projects with many, including: ; AT&T, Accenture, Cisco, Deutsche Telekom, Kore Telematics, Microsoft, Oracle, Orange, Sierra Wireless, Telit, Telefonica, Vodafone.

 

About IoT Pilot

 

 

Beecham Research and its partner IoT Global Network have launched IoT Pilot, the first fully-independent online tool to match adopter needs with IoT platform capabilities.

 

The aim of IoT Pilot is to help accelerate IoT market growth by assisting adopters to make informed decisions about which platforms are

most likely to meet their requirements at any particular time. It does not seek to recommend

one platform over others, but it does narrow the field to a level that adopters can manage effectively. By providing a short list of platforms most likely to be of interest to each individual

user enquiry, it is part of the learning process

and  means that adopters  can commence a

more valuable dialogue with the most

appropriate vendors at an earlier stage.

 

IoT Pilot is hosted on the www.iotglobalnetwork.com website,

the world’s fastest-growing information portal

for building IoT capabilities.