ID: MRFR/ICT/2007-HCR | 100 Pages | Author: Shubham Munde | June 2023
IoT Insurance Market Size was valued at USD 42.76 billion in 2022. The IoT Insurance market industry is projected to grow from USD 70.93 Billion in 2023 to USD 2,452.45 billion by 2030, exhibiting a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 55.72% during the forecast period (2023 - 2030).
Increasing Investment by Insurance Companies in IoT Technology
The rise in IoT product adoption among businesses to receive data from a number of sources and the rise in adoption of telematics devices among the automotive and transportation sectors are some of the significant reasons that boost the IoT insurance market.
Additionally, the expansion of insurance companies' investments in IoT technology to enhance their operational effectiveness fuels the market. However, concerns about the security and privacy of customers' personal information as well as a lack of worker proficiency with IoT devices are limiting the growth of the IoT for insurance business. Contrarily, throughout the forecast period, it is anticipated that increased adoption of cutting-edge technologies in the insurance sector, such as machine learning and artificial intelligence, would present lucrative potential for the growth of the worldwide IoT insurance market.
The property and casualty insurance segment dominated the IoT insurance market in 2022 and is expected to maintain its dominance during the forecast period. This is owing to the use of connected and telematics devices by the automotive and travel industries is expected to increase, and P&C insurance service providers are expected to quickly adopt IoT technology in order to increase their revenue opportunities. This is increasing the IoT in property insurance during the forecast period.
In May 2020, The Verisk Data Exchange Add-In is now accessible on the Geotab Marketplace, according to a press release from Verisk and Geotab. Through this new integration, fleet clients of Geotab, which offers connected car solutions for better fleet management to more than two million subscribers, can now decide to directly exchange their telematics data with insurers taking part in the Verisk Data Exchange. In order to improve underwriting, rating, and other prospective IoT driven insurance services for participating policyholders, the data will assist commercial vehicle insurers in gaining more detailed insights into fleet risks.
In April 2020, Parsyl, Inc., a US-based supply chain data platform, has introduced ColdCover by Parsyl Insurance, a line of linked cargo insurance solutions by using its IoT data platform, for perishable commodities.
North America dominated the IoT insurance market on a regional level in 2022 and is anticipated to continue doing so over the course of the forecast period. This is linked to insurance companies becoming more aware of smart devices and to the United States' quicker adoption of IoT products. Additionally, a number of significant insurance providers, like Liberty Mutual, Progressive, and State Farm, have been utilising IoT technologies to increase the effectiveness of their risk assessment processes.
However, Asia-Pacific is anticipated to have considerable growth during the forecast period due to an increase in end-user adoption of IoT devices including drones, Wi-Fi dongles, wearable technology, and devices with built-in sensors that give insightful data.
Figure 2: IOT INSURANCE MARKET, BY REGION, 2022 & 2030 (USD BILLION)
Source: Secondary Research, Primary Research, MRFR Database and Analyst Review
Due to the enormous number of local and foreign competitors, both large and small, engaging in the IoT insurance industry, it is extremely competitive. Due to the presence of so many technology in insurance, the market seems to be fragmented. IBM Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Intel Corporation, and SAP SE are a few of the market's main participants.
Intel Corporation (US)
General Electric (US)
Amazon Web Services Inc. (US)
Google Inc. (US)
International Business Machine (IBM) Corporation (US)
SAP SE (Walldorf, Germany)
Cisco Systems, Inc. (US)
Oracle Corporation (US)
PTC Inc. (US)
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (US)
Bosch Software Innovation GmbH (Germany)
In December 2020: Webfleet Solutions increased its functionality by the addition of BMW and MINI CarData to its OEM.connect programme. The programme enables automakers to avoid installing aftermarket hardware by directly integrating their vehicles with Webfleet Solutions' fleet management technology, WEBFLEET. Fleet managers and insurance providers may monitor a fleet's health status in real time thanks to instant notifications related to vehicle diagnostics, such as tyre pressure warnings, which helps keep drivers safe and save vehicle downtime or additional expenditures.
In October 2020: Axon Telematics developed a quick, self-install telematics device for their client, a prominent UK motor insurance carrier, using the Aeris Fusion IoT Network, according to a statement from Aeris Communications, an Internet of Things (IoT) technology partner for businesses. Telematics deployed by technicians will be severely hampered up until government COVID-19 restrictions are abolished. To ensure that policy coverage can be provided, there is little data delay, and loss ratios are maintained to a low, Axon's self-installed telematics devices fill the gap.
Property and causality Insurance
Automotive & Transport
Home and Commercial Buildings
|Market Size 2022||USD 42.76 billion|
|Market Size 2022||USD 70.93 billion|
|Market Size 2030||USD 2,452.45 billion|
|Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)||55.72% (2023-2030)|
|Historical Data||2019 & 2021|
|Forecast Units||Value (USD Billion)|
|Report Coverage||Revenue Forecast, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, and Trends|
|Segments Covered||Type, End User and Region|
|Geographies Covered||North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World|
|Countries Covered||U.S., Canada, Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain, China, Japan, India, Australia, South Korea.|
|Key Companies Profiled||Intel Corporation (US), General Electric (US), Amazon Web Services Inc. (US), Google Inc. (US), International Business Machine (IBM) Corporation (US), Microsoft Corporation (US), SAP SE (Walldorf, Germany), Cisco Systems, Inc. (US), Oracle Corporation (US), PTC Inc. (US), Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (US), Bosch Software Innovation GmbH (Germany)|
|Key Market Opportunities||The need for insurance for various IoT is growing in both developed and developing economies.|
|Key Market Dynamics||Increasing Investment by Insurance Companies in IoT Technology|
The market was valued at USD 42.76 Billion in 2022.
The Internet of Things (IoT) insurance market is poised to strike a 55.72% CAGR over the forecast period.
North America has the largest share of the market.
The key players in the market are Intel Corporation (US), General Electric (US), Amazon Web Services Inc. (US), Google Inc. (US), International Business Machine (IBM) Corporation (US), Microsoft Corporation (US), SAP SE (Walldorf, Germany), Cisco Systems, Inc. (US), Oracle Corporation (US), PTC Inc. (US), Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (US), Bosch.
IoT is being used in the insurance industry to improve underwriting and risk assessment processes, as well as to create dynamic rating models that allow insurers to offer more tailored and cost-effective coverage.
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