Sensor Innovation: Analyzing Investment Trends Across the $4.3 Billion Spend

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the next major phase in computing following on the heels of the PC and mobile eras. Within the IoT, sensors constitute the “things,” and as end-points of the network system, sensor developers of all flavors and sizes have attracted investment over the past decade. The...

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