Industrial internet of things has recently gained attention in Brazil after BNDES indicated the vertical as one of the priority areas for the National IoT Plan, which will receive a series of governmental incentives for further expansion.
As technology for wireless chargers are developing to become faster and more efficient, these type of gadgets are becoming popular and will be found everywhere as soon as mobile phones start to support this technology.
Connected TVs or any devices that allow connectivity to TV sets are required to meet certain standards in order to be sold in Brazil.
The concept of smart homes is slowly evolving in Brazil and turning from something completely abstract to a promising market, with players from different segments turning their eyes to this market.
The National Institute of Metrology, Quality and Technology, or Inmetro, requires both locally produced and imported household and similar appliances to be certified in order to be sold in Brazil.
Wireless microphones and headphones are typical equipment that require approval from the local telecommunication agency to be commercialised in Brazil.
Anatel institutes specific requirements for telecommunications equipment based on satellite transmissions used in Brazil.
The list of telecommunication equipment required to undergo homologation in Brazil is very specific, to the point where players in this industry should be looking closely at the categories and requirements their products fit in.