Indonesia: IoT market report 2018
15 June 2018 | Research
Country report | PPTX and PDF (10 slides) | IoT and M2M Services
"We expect tracking to be the largest IoT sector in Indonesia in 2026 in terms of the number of connections, followed by smart buildings and automotive."
Indonesia is still an immature market for IoT, but operator interest in this area is growing. Telkomsel became the first operator to commercialise NB-IoT in the country in March 2018, and Indosat Ooredoo has indicated that it has plans to move towards this technology.
This country report provides an overview of the Indonesian IoT market, including data on connections and revenue and an analysis of the strategies of major players.
The report provides:
- an overview of the IoT market, associated regulation and country plans
- historical data and forecasts for mobile and LPWA IoT connections and revenue by sector
- key milestones and market dynamics
- profiles of Indosat Ooredoo, Telkomsel and XL Axiata.
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