Tuesday, September 29, 2015

5 things to expect from London’s Smart Home Summit

Presenting at the event in Canary Warf, Stuart Sikes, president of consulting company Parks Associates, will discuss his company's latest research findings which predict that 2.5 million Western European households will have a smart home controller by 2019.

Sikes said: "Smart home systems will need the flexibility to deliver multiple value propositions within the household. Interoperability is necessary to achieve recurring revenue models as it enables devices to deliver a broad array of value-added services and features."

Sikes also said that the key challenges in the smart home include low consumer awareness and lack of a concise value proposition.

From the article "5 things to expect from London’s Smart Home Summit" by Joao Lima.

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