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Breakdown of Canada's Internet of Things applications in 2014, by segment

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IoT applications: Canadian segment breakdown 2014 This statistic represents Canada's Internet of Things applications in 2014, with a breakdown by segment. In 2014, vehicle tracking systems accounted for about five percent of the market. By 2020, it is expected that two-thirds of connected devices will not be computers but sensors, terminals, household appliances, urban infrastructure and many other 'things'.
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This statistic represents Canada's Internet of Things applications in 2014, with a breakdown by segment. In 2014, vehicle tracking systems accounted for about five percent of the market. By 2020, it is expected that two-thirds of connected devices will not be computers but sensors, terminals, household appliances, urban infrastructure and many other 'things'.
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Release date
March 2015
Region
Canada
Survey time period
2014
Number of respondents
209 respondents
Supplementary notes
The figures are based on a survey of 209 large and medium sized organizations across Canada, conducted by IDC and Telus; the source does not specify the age of respondents or the type of survey.

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