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How Mexico's Future is Linked to IoT

The Internet of Things is one of the fastest growing technologies in Mexico. What are the drivers and restraints behind that trend? How are different verticals adopting IoT? What is the full revenue-generating potential of IoT in the country toward 2022? Finally, what do you need to start planning your IoT deployment?

Key Takeaways:

• Learn about the IoT opportunities today and in 2022
• Identify the verticals that are adopting IoT the fastest
• Discover the key steps to launch an IoT project
Recorded Jun 27 2019 24 mins
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Ignacio Perrone, Research Manager, Latin America, Digital Transformation, Frost & Sullivan
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