This report provides an overview of the Internet of Things (Iot) market in Japan. It begins by discussing future growth trends in this industry and also Japanese government subsidies aimed at boosting investment in the domestic IoT sector. Other topics covered by this report include the evolution of IoT in Japan over the last few years, the difference between IoT and M2M and, in particular, opportunities for EU companies within this market in Japan. This report predicts that the Japanese IoT market segments that are accessible to EU SMEs will be worth 10 trillion yen by 2020. This report also provides information on how EU companies can expand into this market, what the main obstacles to this market are for EU SMEs, and concludes by emphasising the importance of establishing a local market presence.
Sven Eriksson is a business consulting expert with over 40 years' experience of workking in Japan. Click here to access his profile.
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