How big is the Industrial Internet of Your Things / Industrial IoT market?

Some say the IIoT market is quite enormous. According to these sources, up to the tune of $195 billion in the states, and world wide $470 billion by 2020 or $933 billion by 2025.

Technavio is a market research firm that regularly releases information they’ve gathered, interpreted, and analyzed, in the form of market reports. One of their recent reports covered the global IoT water monitoring market from 2017-2021. We’re flattered to be mentioned in the research article.

According to this Business Wire Press Release, Technavio’s IoT report on their IoT market research shows that “GE, Libelium, Trimble, & Valarm are dominating” the IoT water market.

The results from this market research report have also been mentioned on Sat PR NewsMiltech, and Med Gadget.

You probably already realize that there are a variety of ways that Industrial IoT is making business operations run more smoothly and effectively, with applications in all industries that make use of things like:

You can see why Industrial IoT has such a huge impact since it quickly improves your organization’s productiveness and efficacy.

The Industrial IoT market has gone by, and still goes by, many other names, acronyms, and buzzwords like:

In just the last few years we’ve seen an increase in our customers needing to monitor and manage water resources. From water levels in ground water wells and levees, to flood warning systems and rain, measuring water is critical for industries like:

Your bottom line is that the market for Industrial IoT and remote monitoring systems is growing each day. Especially when it comes to IoT and water sensors. gives you, your teams, and your organization an open platform to remotely monitor just what you need, whether it’s flooding, water levels, wells, or anything else.

We’re here and ready to help you deploy your most effective monitoring systems so you can save your time and your money.

Using our Valarm Tools Cloud web software and/or dashboards, you can map, graph, analyze, API forward, alert, and do anything else you need to do to better manage your industrial equipment, assets, machinery, and resources.

We’re quite familiar with the whole process and chain needed for Industrial IoT solutions, from getting our boots dirty deploying monitoring systems in the field, all the way up to the clouds and your desktop, command center, mobile devices, and business intelligence / analytics systems.

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