Taipei-based research institute MIC (Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute) compared and cross-examined 1,247 IoT communication patents and found international assignees mainly concentrate on the fields of digital communication takes the largest share (65.6%), followed by telecommunications (14.2%), computer technology (11.3%).
Patent Distribution Share by Field
Source: MIC, February 2017
"IoT communication technology patents mainly fall into the classes of telecommunications, data processing, and electrical computers and digital processing systems. Besides the core technologies, newcomers or existing vendors intending to develop IoT wireless technologies can focus on low-cost technology solutions with high transmission capacity and quality features. Such solutions will help them achieve product differentiation and are thus worth investing in," says David Chen, senior analyst with MIC.
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