Newark published new research on the Internet of Things (IoT) which confirms strong adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) within IoT devices. The company’s research showed that 49% of respondents already use AI in their IoT applications, with Machine Learning (ML) the most used technology (28%), followed by cloud-based AI (19%).
In opposition, there were still 51% of respondents that have not adopted or implemented AI technology into IoT applications.
The research survey, which is Newark’s second-such report, highlighted security as being the biggest concern for those implementing IoT.
Other statistics that came from the survey are listed:
- 70% of respondents prefer to own the data collected by an edge device as opposed to it being owned by the IoT solution provider.
- 46% of engineers prefer to design a complete edge-to-cloud and security solution themselves
- 54% of respondents are adopting off-the-shelf hardware
(All statistics have come directly from Newark)
The survey ran from Sept. – Dec. 2019, compiling responses from 2,015 participants. Those who participated came from 67 countries in Europe, North America, and Asia. 59% of respondents were engineers who were working on IoT solutions.
For more information, visit Newark.com
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