Top 5 IoT Predictions and Trends for 2022

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  • the rise of the eSIM and greater interoperability
  • how the evolution of 5G will enable enterprises to take control
  • a split in the market and an increase in channel sales model 

What emerging IoT trends will we see in 2022?

Find out in our predictions report where CEO Nick Earle explores what is on the horizon for IoT in 2022, and beyond, including: 

Nick Earle is a visionary business leader with a distinguished career in technology spanning more than 30 years, oscillating between start-ups and global IT, tech, and transportation companies.  

Nick believes in 'IoT that works' everytime and everywhere, and his team at Eseye empower businesses to embrace IoT without limits with innovative connectivity solutions and IoT advisory services. An undisputed champion of IoT, Nick makes it his mission to increase awareness on the topic.

In 2021, Nick launched an IoT trends podcast (IoT Leaders Podcast) and continues to evangelise about IoT’s positive benefits in the developed and developing world – which remains a key passion. Through contributions in reports, blogs and videos, Nick makes IoT more accessible, offering guidance to organisations of all types on how to succeed with IoT projects.

About Nick Earle, Chairman & CEO of Eseye