The Internet of Things


Get exposure to companies creating products and technologies for the Internet of Things eco-system. Innovators in the Vue include the likes of Cisco, Texas Instruments and Gemalto.

More than 26 billion ‘things’ to be connected to the internet by 2020

The market for IoT will be worth $1.7 trillion in 2020

$1.9 trillion value added to consumer and industrial sectors from IoT

40% of IoT will be products for enterprises

One of the more trendy catch phrases of our time, the “Internet of Things (IoT)” refers to physical entities that can connect to the Internet. The “things” are electronic devices that have computer like processing abilities.

However, these devices are smaller, cheaper and are usually connected to sensors that help them capture a plethora of data from a diverse range of sources. The devices then connect to local networks using technology such as Wi-Fi/Bluetooth or directly to the internet using technology similar to that present in your phone.

Market size estimates vary widely based on the definition used for the “Internet of Things”. But by all accounts the market has increased exponentially and continues to explode. According to Gartner research, there will be 26 billion units that will be connected to the internet by 2020 which will lead to an incremental revenue of $300 billion in revenue.

In the Internet of Things Vue, we get exposure to companies creating products and technologies for the Internet of Things eco-system including likes of Cisco, Texas Instruments and Gemalto.