Jason Paris to present new research at Integrated Systems Europe
New consumer research from Parks Associates shows that in the next 12 months, over 40% of U.K. broadband households likely to adopt new connected devices, including smart door locks, sensors, and security cameras, will purchase these products as part of a home security or control system that can be monitored or controlled by a smartphone, tablet, or computer. The firm’s Connected Consumer in Europe project also found that ...read more
Over 40% of U.S. broadband households plan to buy a smart home device by mid-2016
Parks Associates released a new whitepaper today, Top 2016 Trends for the Consumer IoT, which examines the impact of the Internet of Things on both consumers and companies in all affected ecosystems. It notes 2015 ended with strong ownership numbers. Over two-thirds of U.S. broadband households connect at least one smart TV, Blu-ray player, gaming console, DVR/PVR, and/or streaming media device to the ...read more
70% of security dealers currently install or plan to install interactive smart home devices or systems
Parks Associates released new research today reporting that 70% of U.S. security dealers currently install or plan to install some type of interactive smart home device or system within their residential offerings in the next 12 months. Nearly three-quarters of security dealers offer interactivity with their devices, which can be controlled through smartphones, tablets, and ...read more
Parks Associates announced two new industry reports today focused on the growing Internet of Things (IoT) market and the role of interoperability in driving consumer adoption of new smart home products and solutions. The research firm reports that at year-end 2015, nearly 20% of U.S. broadband households had at least one smart home product (smart thermostats, networked cameras, smart video doorbells, smart door locks, smart lighting devices, or smart home central controllers). By 2025, 66% ...read more
Parks Associates President and Research Director present home systems research at CEDIA, October 15
Parks Associates research finds a strong correlation between home size and adoption of smart products as 32% of U.S. broadband households with 3,000 or more square feet own at least one of these devices, such as smart thermostats, light bulbs, and cameras. The firm’s Smart Product Adoption reports, by comparison, less than 20% of all U.S. broadband households own a smart product. The ...read more
New consumer research evaluates the trends in smart product adoption
New consumer research from Parks Associates finds overall adoption of smart home devices has increased from 13% of U.S. broadband households in the second quarter of 2014 to 18% in the second quarter of 2015. Smart Product Adoptionshows growth in smart home adoption is a combination of sales of existing product categories and an increase in the breadth of smart products entering the market.
Parks Associates President moderates two IoT and smart home panels at Smart Home Summit in London, September 29-30
Parks Associates research finds that 2.5 million Western European households will have a smart home controller by 2019. Stuart Sikes, President, Parks Associates, will discuss the growth of the smart home and its implications at Smart Home Summit, 29-30 September in London.
“Smart home systems will need the flexibility to deliver multiple value propositions within the ...read more
Parks Associates moderates Verizon keynote, presents IoT research at CONNECTED +, September 28-29
Parks Associates Canadian research finds one-fifth of broadband households own a functioning home security system. Additionally, 34% of Canadian households with security can monitor and control the system through a mobile device.