CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES

Monday, October 10, 2022

38% of households own at least one smart home device, up 2% from the previous year

CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES to address the impact of connected products on the rapidly changing connected home landscape

International research firm Parks Associates today announced the agenda for the 17th annual CONNECTIONS™ Summit: Smart Home Growth Strategies, taking place in Las Vegas on January 5 at the Venetian Conference Room, in cooperation with CES® 2023. The annual event features Parks Associates’ analyst team and industry players, with insights on new business mode ...read more

Tuesday, January 04, 2022

Parks Associates highlights growth of connected home solutions at CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES 2022

Two-thirds of US broadband households feel it is impossible to keep their data completely secure

Parks Associates will host leaders from multiple connected home industries tomorrow in Las Vegas for the 16th annual CONNECTIONS™ Summit: Smart Home Growth Strategies.Session topics will focus on adoption of connected home solutions, including smart home, broadband, home networking, safety and security, connected health, independent living, and emerging home services. CONNECTIONS ...read more

Friday, December 10, 2021

Sixty-four percent of broadband households are interested in being a single-brand household for their smart home experience, according to Parks Associates

Executives from Nokia, Plume, Cox Homelife, SmartRent, Ring, and more highlight role of integration and interoperability at 16th annual CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES

New research from Parks Associates finds 64% of US broadband households are interested in being a single-brand household when considering smart home products. Currently 36% of all broadband households have at least one smart home product, and their primary means of controlling these devices is shifting away from si ...read more

Thursday, November 04, 2021

Purchase rate for most major smart appliances is approximately 5%

CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES features executives from Plume, SmartRent, Homelife, and more

Parks Associates today announced the agenda for the 16th annual CONNECTIONS™ Summit: Smart Home Growth Strategies, taking place in Las Vegas on January 5 at the Venetian Conference Room, in cooperation with CES® 2022. The annual event, sponsored by Cox Communities, EarlySense, Johnson Controls, Notion, and Zen Ecosystems, features sessions on smart home technology and services, connected ...read more

Thursday, January 14, 2021

43% of US broadband households with children at home are very worried about them falling behind in school

AmTrust North America, Cox, F-Secure, Firedome, ioXt Alliance, Minim, Plume, and PointCentral to share insights on opportunities to improve connected home services at CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES 

New research from Parks Associates finds 43% of US broadband households with children at home are very concerned about their children falling behind in school due to COVID-19 restrictions and the move to virtual lessons. Thirty-six percent of those surveyed in September 2020 report u ...read more

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Tech usage among seniors 65+ skyrockets during COVID-19 pandemic

ADT, Airties, Arlo, Best Buy Health, Cognitive Systems, Essence, OMRON Healthcare, Medical Guardian, and Super to share insights on connected healthcare and home services at CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES 

New Parks Associates research finds that during the COVID-19 pandemic, 29% of US seniors ages 65 and older have used video conferencing services, 27% have used telehealth/remote consultation services, 22% have used a grocery store delivery or pick-up service, and 55% have an o ...read more

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

More than 20 million US broadband households do not plan to buy a smart home device due to perceived high prices

CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES features Silicon Labs, Nice, Plume, AmTrust, Alarm.com, Essence, Airties, and more

Research from Parks Associates finds the top three inhibitors to smart home adoption are perceived high prices, lack of a clear value proposition, and data/privacy concerns. Among the 44% of US broadband households that do not intend to buy a smart home device, representing 46.7 million households, 44% (20.5 million households) perceive these devices are too expensiv ...read more

Wednesday, January 06, 2021

Average number of networked cameras among device owners increases to 3.4 from 1.9 in 2018

ADT, Alarm.com, Yonomi, Nice, Notion, Brinks Home Security, and SimpliSafe to share insights on smart home and home security at CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES 

Parks Associates’ new Smart Product Market Assessment research finds US broadband households with networked cameras now own on average 3.4 of these devices, a rapid increase from less than two devices in early 2018. Additionally, over one-third of those who bought a smart video doorbell in the past 12 months are first-tim ...read more

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