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State of IoT Asset Tracking Report | by Jacob Swinn | Oct, 2021

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Jacob Swinn

Asset tracking continues to be one of the most popular IoT use cases, with the global IoT-supported asset tracking market expected to account for over 90 percent of all connected enterprise and industrial solutions by 2030.

Helium conducted primary research in both 2019 and 2020 to better understand customer asset tracking use cases. Key takeaways include:

  • Despite strong interest in asset tracking, a majority of survey respondents were not tracking their assets
  • The majority of respondents engaged in asset tracking were driven by loss/theft prevention
  • The largest barrier to using an asset tracking solution was cost
  • There was an urgent need among respondents for asset tracking solutions

We are excited to do more research this year to gain and share additional insights into the state of asset tracking, and we are happy to be joined once again by Digital Matter.

If you have an existing asset tracking use case, or you anticipate having one in the future, take the 2021 survey here.

Showing Our Appreciation

All responses are private, and report data will be anonymized.

In addition to receiving a final report, the following appreciation gifts will be sent to respondents with interesting and compelling use cases:

  • 10 Helium Developer kits
  • 10 Yabby Edge indoor/outdoor trackers from Digital Matter with 3 months free Telematics Guru software*

*Expected shipping date January 2022


Growing Demand for Asset Tracking

  • Accuracy. There is no point in tracking valuable assets if you don’t know exactly where they are at all times.
  • Long range/dense coverage. For assets moving across state lines or going into rural areas, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth don’t provide the range or coverage needed to track location.
  • Low power consumption. Tracking assets on long journeys becomes very difficult when the tracking battery keeps dying.
  • Good economic model. The cost of running sensors and devices on private networks proves too costly for the majority of asset tracking use cases.

Many companies are searching for viable asset tracking solutions to help them with a wide range of business concerns, including (but not limited to) revenue loss due to inefficient operations, evidence for insurance cases, preventing theft and loss, and internal operational visibility.

Terms and Conditions

Eligibility Requirements

How to Enter

  • Meet the eligibility criteria.
  • Submit your entry before 11:59 PM PDT on October 18, 2021.
  • Share detailed responses to appropriate questions.

To submit an entry, a participant must meet the following requirements:

  • Each entry must be completely filled out including a detailed response to any open field questions and a work email address submission.
  • Questions must be filled out to the best of contestant’s knowledge at time of survey.
  • Entries may not include any third-party trademarks (logos, names) or copyrighted materials (music, images, video, recognizable people) unless you have obtained permission to use the materials.

Limit one (1) Submission per Participant throughout the Submission Period. In the event any Participant submits more than one (1) Submission, the last Submission received by Sponsor will be deemed that Participant’s Submission. Participants assume all risk of lost, late, misdirected, incomplete, or unintelligible Submissions.

Sponsor’s (or its contractor’s) servers and clock shall be deemed the official clock for all phases of the survey, and participant’s proof of a submission does not constitute proof of receipt by Sponsor. Sponsor is not responsible for (i) lost, misdirected, late, incomplete, or unintelligible Submissions or for inaccurate Submission information, whether caused by participant or by any of the equipment or programming associated with or utilized in the survey, or by any technical or human error that may occur in the processing of Submissions; or (ii) any printing, production, human or typographical errors in any materials associated with the survey.

Sponsor reserves the right in its sole and unfettered discretion to disqualify at any time any Submission containing obscene, offensive, pornographic or sexually explicit material, or libelous, disparaging, infringing or other inappropriate content or subject matter (as determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion).



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