Connected Home Systems and Services

Wednesday, April 04, 2018

Parks Associates hosts IoT Summit at HardwareCon featuring consumer hardware trends and insights on the Internet of Things

Summit highlights market shifts, product management lifecycle, and growth in consumer product markets

Parks Associates today announced the speakers for the IoT Summit: Transformation of Consumer Products: Connectivity & IoT at HardwareCon, April 19, 2018, at the San Jose Convention Center. The research firm will host five sessions throughout the event to address the changing dynamics for the hardware industry, specifically examining hardware as a service.

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Tuesday, March 06, 2018

Nearly 40% of security dealers offering interactive services report that 50% or more of their sales include at least one smart home device

Parks Associates’ fourth annual Security Dealer Survey, fielded at the end of 2017, finds that smart products and interactive capabilities provide dealers additional value propositions for their offerings in an increasingly competitive space. More than 90% of U.S. dealers offer some form of interactive service, and 75% of security sales overall include at least one smart home device.  

The 2017 Security Dealer Survey explores the emergence of DIY/self-installed security syst ...read more

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

76% of North American broadband households use Wi-Fi as their primary connection technology

Whitepaper addresses connected home revenue opportunities for service providers as well as technical issues that continue to drive support calls

Parks Associates today released a new whitepaper, Staking a Claim in the Connected Home: Service Provider Solutions, which reveals more than 60% of U.S. broadband households with a networking router received that device from their broadband service provider. The whitepaper, sponsored by Calix, addresses operator strategies to enhanc ...read more

Wednesday, January 03, 2018

Nearly one-half of consumers with insurance are interested in receiving additional services from their insurance provider

New smart home research evaluates potential for insurance providers to become channel for smart products

New research by Parks Associates shows that 40-50% of consumers with either homeowners or renters insurance are interested in receiving additional services, such as restoration and maintenance services, from their insurance provider. Insurance Opportunities in the Connected Home explores the convergence of smart home technologies and insurance services as a way to generat ...read more

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

U.S. households will buy more than 10 million smart home controllers in 2021

Smart Home Tracker notes a shift in smart home sales strategies from Amazon and Google

Parks Associates announced new smart home research today showing 26% of smart home owners purchased their devices from brick-and-mortar retail stores such as Best Buy, Home Depot, or Walmart, making this channel the most commonly used among U.S. consumers. By 2021, more than 10 million smart home controllers will be sold in the U.S., and more than eight million will be sold through retail ...read more

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Nearly 50% of U.S. broadband households use a personal assistant through an application or dedicated device

New whitepaper examines voice-first landscape and role of voice to alleviate complexity in the smart home user experience

Parks Associates recently released a new whitepaper, Enabling Voice in the Smart Home, with research showing 49% of U.S. broadband households use a personal assistant through an app or dedicated device, which is a key use case for a voice-based user experience. The whitepaper, sponsored by the ULE Alliance, examines the influence of the voice-first interf ...read more

Wednesday, November 01, 2017

Nest, Ring, and Samsung announce major security innovations in DIY segment

New research shows aggressive innovations in smart DIY solutions will reinvigorate home security market

New research by Parks Associates notes that new and more economical DIY systems from key players, including Nest, Ring, Samsung, and ADT, are part of a key step in expanding the security market. The international research firm also notes that new smart DIY solutions will reinvigorate adoption of home security, particularly among younger consumers.

“Consumers value secu ...read more

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

More than 26 million U.S. broadband households will have professionally monitored security by 2021

Parks Associates director to share firm’s residential security research at TMA 2017 Annual Meeting

International research firm Parks Associates announced today that Tom Kerber, Director of IoT Strategy, will speak at the TMA 2017 Annual Meeting, October 11 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Kerber will examine key trends in the residential home security market and how smart safety and security products impact the competitive landscape.

“The residential security market has experienc ...read more

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