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Self-driving cars: The death of the auto industry as we know it

$400.00

This report talks us through the mechanisms of how private vehicle ownership in developed economies will fall off a cliff after 2030, and with plummeting direct-to-consumer sales, automakers will be forced to become service providers selling vehicles and maintenance to larger industrialized customers, buying fleets of autonomous cars for ride sharing.
People who should read this report include: technology firms which wish to supply components for autonomous cars; financial organizations which fund car ownership; ride sharing services; commercial fleet owners; car manufacturers and their suppliers; in-vehicle service suppliers; car servicing agencies, governments and regulators. The price is for an individual copy of the report. To purchase a license for your entire company, please email [email protected]

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How smart grids solve the entire global energy problem

$400.00

This report looks at the fledgling smart grids sector of today and views it as the beginning of a large transition away from existing electricity capacity to a series of decentralized networks distributing power on the edge.
The global power industry will be severely impacted by cheap renewable electricity available in 450 million homes worldwide by 2026. Disruptive technologies in the IoT (Internet of Things) sector and in battery storage will create a booming “smart grids” industry with multiple business opportunities.
Why this is so is explained in a new report called 'How Smart Grids Solve the Global Energy Problem', a study about the effect of acceleration of solar power generation and battery storage in the home.
Over 25 pages, this executive summary is about smart grids and how power utilities and consumers are beginning to add internet connectivity to their grid and home assets. Consumer-oriented power generation will lead to surpluses which will alter the fundamental economics of energy.
The prices shown are for a single user license. If you wish to purchase a multi-user or corporate license, please contact [email protected]

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Beware the Five Myths of the Internet of Things

$400.00

The numbers associated with the Internet of Things (IoT) are both huge (anything from 50 billion to 100 billion objects to be connected by 2020, generating, by some forecasts, $800bn in revenues) and tiny (sensors the size of dust particles).
The extremes themselves make the subject compelling, as does the name, with its sense of a whole new future unfolding like a sci-fi movie in our own lifetimes.
In many respects, the technologies are available to make this happen. But without a firm commercial footing, the IoT will remain in the realm of research labs and PR companies. We know from many generations of connected technology – public Wi-Fi, 3G, even the Internet itself – that consumer uptake usually lags technology, and that sound profit models usually lag consumer interest.
The Internet of Things will be no different. Before it really does start to change the way we live – and it does have the potential, bit by bit, to do that – there need to be some difficult questions.

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Riot – Mergers & Acquisitions and Significant Deals Done – Option 1

$400.00

Option 1 - includes next 3 quarterly updates

The Mergers and Acquisitions list is an archive of mergers and acquisitions that were made since 2014, which can be firmly located within the world of the Internet of Things (IoT). Currently, it defines 61 deals made in 2015, and 112 in 2016 – reflective of the surge in interest that the IoT enjoyed that year among investors. The Significant Deals Done list is an archive of significant commercial deals and partnerships that were made since 2014, which can be firmly located within the world of the IoT. It currently charts 124 entries in 2015, with 263 in 2016 – again, a reflection on the increasing interest in the IoT among businesses.

Priced at $400, includes next 3 quarterly updates.

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Purchase an annual subscription to Riot for $450, and receive:

- Both these lists with quarterly updates
- Free access to all of the Riot Reports (usual price $200 each)
- Weekly news analysis, delivered as a pdf

Riot subscription is available to purchase in our store or contact [email protected]

(UK and EU pricing includes VAT)

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Riot – Mergers & Acquisitions and Significant Deals Done – Option 2

$200.00

Option 2 - One time delivery, no updates

The Mergers and Acquisitions list is an archive of mergers and acquisitions that were made since 2014, which can be firmly located within the world of the Internet of Things (IoT). Currently, it defines 61 deals made in 2015, and 112 in 2016 – reflective of the surge in interest that the IoT enjoyed that year among investors. The Significant Deals Done list is an archive of significant commercial deals and partnerships that were made since 2014, which can be firmly located within the world of the IoT. It currently charts 124 entries in 2015, with 263 in 2016 – again, a reflection on the increasing interest in the IoT among businesses.

Priced at $200 for one-time delivery

OR

Subscribe to Riot for $450 and receive:

- Both these lists with quarterly updates
- Free access to all of the Riot Reports (usual price $200 each)
- Weekly news analysis, delivered as a pdf

Riot subscription is available to purchase in our store or contact [email protected]

(UK and EU pricing includes VAT)

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Riot Annual Survey, February 2017

$200.00

These are the results of Riot’s inaugural annual survey. In short, we thought it high-time for a survey of our readers, to find out what they have been up to in their respective sectors.

We simply used three mail-shots and a link in our regular email campaigns to collect responses. We didn’t offer incentives, or aggressively bombard our readers with notifications – we simply asked if they had an IoT story they could tell, and pointed them to a survey.

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Rethink IoT Subscription

$450.00


Rethink Internet of Things (Riot) is the weekly news and analysis service covering the latest events in the Internet of Things, with free and paid subscriptions.

Riot is currently comprised of a free-to-all Around the Web edition, providing a collated IoT news summary service published at the beginning of the week.

GBP and Euro pricing includes VAT
At the end of the week, the stories that need more attention are delivered in a written document available only to paid subscribers.

This valuable weekly insight is available in PDF format, as well as hosted behind our website pay-wall.

Paid subscribers are also given access to our range of IoT reports and databases, which are delivered in monthly intervals.

For 2017, we are focusing on the following 4 major topics, while still covering subordinate IoT topics:
* Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning
* The impact of IoT on enterprises/operators
* Automotive transitions and self-driving technology
* Utility Transformation and smart grids

You need to buy Riot if one of these is a key area for you. Riot’s agenda concentrates on dramatic change. Each week it examines one topic in each of these subjects that has the most potential to be transformative - and we will cover it in depth.


At the end of each month, Riot will send a deliverable to paid subscribers. These include:

* M&A + Significant Deals Done (SDD) quarterly databases updates
* Technology Profiles outlining IoT leaders and their deployments
* Reports / Whitepapers
* The findings of our annual reader survey

Report topics currently planned include:

- The impact of automation on the labor market
- How enterprise security will embrace the IoT
- How insurance will respond to new technology waves
- How the LPWAN market will pan out

Paid subscribers also receive access to Riot's report archive, which currently includes:

The Five Myths of the IoT
How smart grids solve the global energy problem
Self-Driving Cars: the death of the auto industry as we know it

To purchase a multi-user license or to find out more about Riot, please contact [email protected]

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