Connected cars and trucks, insurance/telematics and wearables, insurance and security, and oil & gas exploration.
As always though, don't think in silos- join up all the dots. There is still a mass of unused data in, say, insurance companies that is neither accessible nor analysed. Text based documents for example which hold the key to reducing fraud and speeding up claims.
Being able to see every aspect of every claim by using complete data is fundamental. Joining data from IoT with data from those text documents.
Then you would reduce the criminal volume of fraudulent whiplash claims
Every year, more and more media organizations race to predict the trends that will come to shape the online landscape over the next twelve months. Many of these are wild and outlandish and should be consumed with a pinch of salt, yet others stand out for their sober and well-researched judgements. Online business publication Business Insider has a solid track record in the game of predictions, and there are some extremely interesting predictions with regard to the Internet of Things (IoT) and the ways that it is shaking up global business.