Smart home analyst to discuss new research with Icontrol Networks and Security Systems News in industry webcast
Smart home research from Parks Associates shows over 50% of all smart home device owners consider interoperability as “very important” and the value increases with each device purchased, reaching 60% among households that have three devices.
Emerging Power of IoT in Canada reveals purchase intentions and habits for the Canadian connected consumer
New Parks Associates research on Canadian broadband households reveals nearly 60% have at least one connected CE, including a smart TV, Blu-ray player, gaming console, connected PVR/DVR, or streaming media device connected to the Internet. Emerging Power of IoT in Canada also found growing interest in the smart home as over 40% of Canadian broadband households are interested in a ...read more
Parks Associates and Dassault Systèmes to host complimentary smart home research webcast
Internet of Things researchfrom Parks Associatespredicts rapid growth in the smart home in 2015, as 37% of U.S. broadband households intend to buy one or more smart devices this year. This growing adoption of smart devices will raise the importance of interoperability and speed in innovation as consumers will expect all devices to work together and offer the latest benefits. In 2014, nearly ...read more
Research Shows 62% of U.S. broadband households are not familiar with smart home products
Tom Kerber, Director of Home Controls & Energy Research at Parks Associates, will present smart home product adoption and value-added services research during the session “Relevant IoT Connected Services for Broad Consumer Adoption" at the AT&T Developers Summit on Monday, January 5, 4:00-4:45 P.M., Las Vegas, Nevada. Mr. Kerber will discuss the barriers to smart home adoption, ...read more
Analysts Examine Market and Provide Recommendations in New Research “IoT for Smart Home Devices and Controllers"
Parks Associates reports that approximately two-thirds of U.S. broadband households are unfamiliar with smart home products or services. Further, few consumers know what smart home devices and services are, who sells them, or where to buy them. New research, IoT for Smart Home Devices and Controllers, published by Parks Associates with the Consumer Electronics ...read more
Parks Associates and AlertMe to host connected home research webcast
Internet of Things research from Parks Associates finds the importance of interoperability for consumers increases with each smart home device purchased. Currently 13% of U.S. broadband households own at least one smart home device, and 60% of those who have purchased three devices feel it is very important for the devices to work together as part of a system.