European Communications has launched its latest quarterly survey, which focuses on the M2M/IoT space.

This key area, one that the industry hopes will create a substantial new revenue stream, is the subject of intense activity.

From the creation of new networks to the launching of dedicated services and the honing of new business models, telcos are looking to ensure they play a key role.

The survey aims to take a snapshot of both what the industry at large thinks and specifically how operators are shaping up.

The market overview attempts to garner thoughts on whether the business or consumer market will offer the biggest revenue opportunity and whether the IoT requires a killer app to take off.

Regarding operators, the survey looks at whether enough R&D/capex is being dedicated to the IoT and what the biggest challenge is.

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The results of the survey will appear in the Q4 edition of European Communications magazine, which features a special report on M2M/IoT.

Key findings from the survey will also be presented at our next quarterly seminar on 8 December.

European Communications is teaming up with sister title Mobile Europe to host a curated event entitled Defining the telco role in the IoT.

Details of the event will be sent out shortly.

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