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Neil Strother, Principal Research Analyst

Neil Strother

Neil Strother is a principal research analyst contributing to Navigant Research’s Utility Transformations program, with a focus on the Internet of Things (IoT) trend, smart metering technologies, and home energy management (HEM) solutions. Strother has an extensive background in market intelligence (more than 16 years) focused on emerging technologies.

Strother is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and is regularly quoted in major publications including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Economist, and Bloomberg. Prior to joining Navigant Research, Strother was practice director of mobile services at ABI Research. He previously held senior analyst positions at Forrester, and NPD. He was also the managing editor of ZDNet AnchorDesk. Strother holds an MS from Northwestern University and a BA from Whitman College.

Recent Reports

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  • Navigant Research Leaderboard: The Smart Home

    Assessment of Strategy and Execution for 15 Smart Home Solutions Providers

    The concept of a smart home has the potential to revolutionize the way people interact with their homes. Homes that act intuitively and intelligently through an ecosystem of communicating devices, software, and services can enrich consumers’ lives by fostering increased comfort, convenience, control, awareness, and cost and energy...

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  • IoT for Lighting

    IoT Lighting Solutions: Hardware, Software, and Services

    Internet of Things (IoT) lighting solutions bring connectivity to devices that were previously not connected and provide data (where data was not available) through the connection. An IoT lighting system also enables one device to talk with another device. Connectivity and communication can happen between devices within the lighting...

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  • Industrial Internet of Things

    Industrial IoT Devices, Software, and Services:

    Managers in nearly all industries regularly evaluate the latest digital technologies to drive growth, lower costs, improve margins, and develop new revenue streams. A suite of technologies collectively known as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is emerging to do just that. This platform is part of the overall IoT megatrend in...

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  • The Smart Home

    Integrated Hardware, Software, and Service Platforms for the Smart Home:

    The concept of a smart home has the potential to revolutionize the way people interact with their homes. Homes that act intuitively and intelligently through an ecosystem of communicating devices, software, and services can enrich consumers’ lives by fostering increased comfort, awareness, convenience, and cost and energy savings....

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Recent Blog Posts

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  • Cybersecurity Threats Mount, but Overall Picture Not So Bleak

    November 16, 2017

    Cybersecurity threats keep mounting against the grid, corporations, and individuals. The known attacks and security holes revealed in the past year are real and cause for serious concern. The whole picture, however, might not be as bleak as it first appears if utilities focus on getting ahead of cybersecurity threats. The good guys ...

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  • Dell, Others Make Bold Moves in IoT Market

    November 10, 2017

    Dell made a splash in the Internet of Things (IoT) market recently, announcing a $1 billion investment over 3 years to set up a new IoT division of the company and to fund new IoT-specific products, labs, and a partner program. The goal is to prod customers into speeding up the deployment of its IoT projects. This move follows a qui...

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  • As Security Threats to IoT Grow, So Do New Solutions and Regulations

    October 10, 2017

    Good reasons abound for concerns about the vulnerability of the electric grid to cyber attacks. Likewise, enterprises must confront serious security risks as a growing number of firms adopt industrial IoT (IIoT) technologies. Consumers risk potential hacks as they install IoT gadgets such as smart thermostats or voice-activated devi...

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  • IoT Gains Ground among Corporate Executives

    September 28, 2017

    Recent studies point to growing acceptance of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies among businesses. These studies provide more evidence that the concept has moved beyond hype and into a gray area of early stage acceptance, experimentation, and uncertainty. Verizon’s latest report on the topic finds 73% of executive survey respon...

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Recent Press Releases

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