May 17, 2020

CTO of Airbus leaves to join rival UTC

UTC
Paul Eremenko
cto
chief technology officer
Jonathan Dyble
2 min
Airbus applies Accenture technology to reduce time and costs of resolving issues
It has been announced that the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Airbus, Paul Eremenko, will be leaving the company to join its rival United Technologie...

It has been announced that the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Airbus, Paul Eremenko, will be leaving the company to join its rival United Technologies (UTC) as its new CTO and Senior Vice President.

In his new position with UTC, Eremenko will be expected to lead the company’s research, engineering and development strategies in both its aerospace and building systems units, in addition to overseeing the UTC Research Centre.

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“Paul is a transformative leader with deep experience in aerospace and commercial technologies, and a record of disruptive innovation,” said Greg Hayes, Chairman and CEO of UTC. “Paul will continue our proud history of engineering, research and development excellence while accelerating purposeful innovation for the benefit of our customers.”

Previously Eremenko held leadership positions at Google, Motorola Mobility, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), in addition to his most recent role at Airbus.

Eremenko will succeed Michael McQuade who will remain with UTC through early 2018 before he retires after an impressive career.

“We are grateful to Michael for his outstanding service, including his contributions to UTC's innovation leadership in the aerospace and building industries,” said Hayes. “We have also benefitted from Michael's commitment to science and technology education as we build a diverse pipeline of talent for today and the future.”

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Jul 30, 2021

IoT market expected to grow due to increase in IoT use cases

IoT
Internet of Things
market growth
Catherine Gray
3 min
The Internet of Things (IoT) service market is expected to grow at a rate of 24% through 2025 according to a report by The Business Research Company

An increase in the internet of things use cases is expected to drive the IoT service market, according to the IoT Services Global Market Report 2021: COVID-10 Growth and Change to 2030.

IoT has found its use in many areas over the years. It can be used in manufacturing, farming, smart cities, transportation and in many other industries and fields.

Due to the fact it can be utilised in many industries, there is an increased need for IoT services and applications. IoT services that provide support by delivering services such as consulting, data management, network management and security services, are in much higher demand.

The impact of COVID-19 on the IoT services market

According to the report, the global IoT services market is expected to grow from $139.24 billion in 2020 to $162.39 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.6%.

In the coming years, the IoT managed services market size is expected to reach $381.16 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 24%.

This growth lends itself to companies resuming operations and adapting to the new normal as we emerge and recover from the pandemic.

Previously, COVID-19 restrictions led to restrictive containment measures, remote working and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges.

IoT use cases driving growth

The IoT services market consists of the sales of IoT services and their related products. IoT services are delivered by the IoT services providers. These providers provide consulting, security and analytics services as per the requirements of the business.

Major players in the IoT services industry are Cisco Systems, Cognizant, Google, Infosys and Tieto Corporation, to name a few.

An increase in IoT use cases is expected to drive the IoT service market; this is where IoT can be used to automate processes and increase productivity. As it has found many uses cases over the years, this increases the demand for IoT services and this is expected to drive growth.

Enhancing deployment workloads with edge or cloud computing

Despite the expected growth, low enterprise adoption is expected to hinder the IoT services market. Although IoT has its use in many industries, due to factors such as low awareness, enterprise adoption is low, the report states.

Only 29% of enterprises have adopted IoT solutions according to the Omida data survey.

Edge or cloud computing however is enhancing the deployment workload on IoT devices, according to the report. This solution facilitates data processing and data storage in the cloud.

Microsoft released its Azure IoT Edge recently. This fully managed service is built on Azure IoT Hub. By moving certain workloads to the edge of the network, businesses that utilise Microsoft’s IoT platform spend less time communicating with the cloud, react more quickly to local changes and operate reliably in extended offline periods. 

The IoT Services Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Growth and Change to 2030 is one of a series of new reports from The Business Research Company that provides an IoT services market overview

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