Connected Home Devices Deep Dive

Connected Home Devices Deep Dive breaks down Parks Associates’ latest data on consumer preferences for interoperability among 13 popular smart home devices. First, the research provides a brief overview of current smart home adoption and purchaser demographics. Next, it analyzes new data on exterior-monitoring cameras and consumer preferences for different combinations of self- and professional monitoring. Finally, it analyzes interoperability preferences along with a matrix of representative use cases and implications of key findings for smart home OEMs and services.

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About the Research

Previous Research

Industry Insight

Key Findings

Recommendations

Overview of Smart Home Adoption:

Smart Home Device Adoption Rate: Energy Management and Miscellaneous Devices (Q2/16)

Smart Home Device Adoption Rate: Safety & Security Devices (Q2/16)

Intention to Purchase Smart Home Devices: Standalone vs. Part of a System (Q4/15)

Demographics:

Adoption of Energy Management & Miscellaneous Devices by Age (Q2/16)

Adoption of Smart Safety and Security Devices by Age (Q2/16)

Adoption of Smart Devices by Children at Home (Q2/16)

Adoption of Select Smart Home Devices by Household Income (Q2/16)

Monitoring and Entryway Cameras:

Ownership of Video Camera for Monitoring Exterior Door (Q2/16)

Type of Video Camera for Monitoring Exterior Door (Q2/16)

Use Cases for Video Camera Monitoring of Exterior (Q2/16)

Consumer Satisfaction with Aspects of Video Monitoring Camera  (Q2/16)

Preferred Method of Monitoring Smart Home Devices (Q2/16)

Interoperability Preferences:

Testing Interoperability Preferences

Matrix of Representative Use Cases

Interoperability Preferences for Networked Cameras (Q2/16)

Interoperability Preferences for Smart Thermostats (Q2/16)

Interoperability Preferences for Smart Door Locks (Q2/16)

Interoperability Preferences for Smart Smoke/CO Detectors (Q2/16)

Interoperability Preferences for Smart Light Bulbs (Q2/16)

Summary of Interoperability Findings

Publish Date: 4Q 2016

Slides: 50


Authored By:
Brad Russell - Research Director, Connected Home
Katherine Li - Researcher
David Mitchel - Research Analyst
Yilan Jiang - Senior Research Manager

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