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IoT is going to expand on its current strengths in the coming year, broadening its presence in the industrial, energy and transportation sectors and continuing to see growing usage in fields like healthcare and retail. Rohit Mehra, IDC vice president for network infrastructure research, said that those up-and-coming IoT sectors are getting new applications that make their deployment more attractive to end-users. RELATED: REVIEW: Micirosoft Azure IoT suite | 7 Cool Internet of Things companies to watch “Newer use cases and deployment across distributed enterprise, retail and logistics, healthcare and smart cities will provide increased momentum across these verticals,” he said. According to Northeastern University Silicon Valley campus IoT program director Kilton Hopkins, one common theme for new IoT deployments in 2018 involves the coordination of high-value infrastructure that occupies relatively large geographical areas. “Many verticals still have business operations that involve manual observation of equipment status, inventory