Tuesday, April 12, 2016

India - Internet of Things (IoT) Adoption

Centre of Excellence - IoT India


19 March 2016

India will capture 20% of IoT Global Market.

It will be $300 billion by 2020. - K.S. Viswanathan

Feb 2016

Revenue From IoT Implementation in India Will Be About $4 Billion By 2020: IDC


DEITY  IoT Revised Policy Document

2015 Document

4.1 To create an IoT industry in India of USD 15 billion by 2020. This will also lead to increase in the connected devices from around 200 million to over 2.7 billion by 2020. As per Gartner Report the total revenue generated from IoT industry would be  USD 300 billion and the connected devices would be 27 billion by 2020 globally. It has been assumed that India would have a share of 5-6% of global IoT industry.

4.2 To undertake capacity development (Human & Technology) for IoT specific skillsets
for domestic and international markets.

4.3 To undertake Research & development for all the assisting technologies.

4.4 To develop IoT products specific to Indian needs in the domains of agriculture,
health, water quality, natural disasters, transportation, security, automobile, supply
chain management, smart cities, automated metering and monitoring of utilities,
waste management, Oil & Gas) etc.

Dec 2015

India Update: Exclusive Interview With NASSCOM on Its Plans to Develop IoT in India
The current plan to have the Centre of Excellence - IoT (CoE-IoT) operational by March 2016. All activities leading to making the CoE operational is being worked on in terms of finalizing the tools, equipment to be made available, infrastructure that promotes innovation along with on boarding the requisite manpower to manage the CoE.

Tether - Tata Elxsi IoT Platform

According to IDC's forecast, revenue from IoT technology and services for discrete and
process manufacturing in India will grow from US$1.3 billion in 2014 to US$3.9 billion in 2020 at a
CAGR of 20.1%.

IoT is the most adopted among the Innovation Accelerators in India followed by security. It is also a technology expected to gain significant growth in the next two years, with close to 67% of manufacturing companies across sectors expected to adopt it as per IDC Manufacturing Insights' recent study.

New Holland Fiat (India) launched the GPS and the GPRS technologies on its tractors under
the name of "Sky Watch" in 2012.  This technology will enable farmers to monitor and trace their tractors'' health and performance for better control and
maintenance, easy operations, and improved productivity. Tractor owners  can know the hourly
usage, performance parameters, and the maintenance when the tractor is rented out.

Videocon recently launched WiFi enabled air-conditioners that can be controlled from anywhere through a smartphone application as part of the company's vision for connected homes. According to
the press release, the device has an energy meter and uses the WiFi at home to keep track of
power usage. The "away" mode tracks the user's location and accordingly switches off to
conserve power.

Companies across industries (pharmaceuticals; textiles; and process industries such as paint,
oil, and gas) have already implemented remote asset management in shop floors for better
yield and utilization management.

IDC Manufacturing Insights analyzes the application of IoT under three broad categories — 1) smart
manufacturing for processes, 2) connected products for feedback from the customer's location, and 3)
smart supply chain for inbound and outbound logistics.

Bharat Light & Power  - Use Case

A farm of wind turbines  in which power generation can be optimized based on the demand for power at a particular hour of the day and the wind conditions, is implemented by Bharat Light & Power (IDC #IN246166).

JCB India - Use Case

JCB India is a leader in earthmoving and construction equipment manufacturing in India with five
manufacturing facilities.

In 2012, JCB launched the "LiveLink" Business need IoT program for its customers to be in constant
touch with their machine by sending out real-time data and keeping them informed all the time. The
telematics-based technology helps the users to collect the vital parameters of machine performance
using sensors on three fronts:
1. Service — to collect important parameters for health monitoring and service alerts.
2. Operation — for monitoring equipment usage, status and health, fuel consumption, and idle
time. This helps in implementing product-as-a-service business models with no revenue
3. Security — geo-fencing for marking the secure boundaries of operation and ongoing
monitoring of location with alerts when the machine goes outside the defined boundary

Technology implemented: Per JCB design and architecture  requirements, Wipro implemented IoT as
an end-to-end application. JCB, Wipro, and the LiveLink Control Unit (LCU) manufacturer worked
closely during the evolution of its design and all throughout its testing. Wipro deployed its
own homegrown cloud-based platform built using open source technologies At the beginning of 2015, the platform handled 60,000 transactions per day for a fleet of 1,300 machines, with plans to add 2,000 new machines each month. Wipro has minimized the upfront capital investment for JCB and provided the services on a subscription model (per machine per month or PMPM).

Innovative Use Cases for the Adoption of Internet of Things
in India Manufacturing
May 2015, IDC Manufacturing Insights #IN250976

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18 October 2014
The Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY)  laid out a draft policy on Internet-of-things in India, envisioning the IoT industry to be worth $15 billion by 2020. 

DEITY IoT Policy Document

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Indian tech firms have $18 bn business opportunity using IoT: Cisco

With improved business process execution and capital efficiency, companies can utilise their assets better ($ 1.4 billion).

Enhanced employee productivity presents a $ 0.9 billion opportunity.

Supply chain logistics ($ 8.3 billion),

Enhanced customer experience ($ 2.7 billion)

Strong innovation, shorter time to market and additional revenue streams from new business models and opportunities ($ 4.7 billion)

Cisco's Internet of Everything Value Index study 2013, IoT is expected to generate at least $ 613 billion in global corporate profits say in 2014

Updated  12 Apr 2016,  24 Mar 2016

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