Research firm notes investments in connected health likely to increase following Supreme Court decision
Parks Associates today announced a digital health industry report examining the potential of smart home platforms to support home-based connected health applications and services. Smart Home Platforms for Health notes, in a survey of smart home use cases, over 40% of U.S. broadband households are interested in the ability to receive medical alerts via a smartphone or other connected ...read more
New research reports from Parks Associates covering OTT services, home robotics, smart watches, and connected health provide in-depth analysis of industry trends and consumer research, forecasts, business model strategies and opportunities, and key recommendations for players within these key connected home topics.
New consumer research analyzes smart watch market and consumer demand
New research from Parks Associates shows early adopters of smart watches make their purchase decisions based on the device’s features and functionality as well as user reviews. Among U.S. smart watch owners, 58% ranked the watch’s features, such as fitness tracking and the ability to receive notifications, as a top consideration in their purchase decision, followed by the brand at 49% and product appearance at
Honeywell to keynote 10th-annual CONNECTIONS™ Europe in Amsterdam
Parks Associates today announced that Mario Moura, General Manager, Home Comfort & Energy Systems EMEA at Honeywell, will be giving a keynote address at CONNECTIONS™ Europe – IoT: Connected Entertainment and the Smart Home. The executive summit, which covers topics including the Internet of Things and the connected home, will be held November 10-11, 2015, in Amsterdam.
AT&T Keynotes 2015 Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers
Parks Associates today announced digital health research showing 29% of U.S. broadband households own a connected health device and 12% of U.S. broadband households own multiple connected health devices. The research firm will address new partnerships between device manufacturers and health insurance providers, as well as other key issues in the growing connected health market, at the second-annual Connected Health ...read more
New research identifies small business adoption and usage of IT and cloud solutions
New research from Parks Associates finds strong familiarity with standard IT services is low among small businesses (SMBs), including only 28% of U.S. SMBs that are very familiar with cloud-based storage and backup services. Less than 25% are very familiar with remote IT support or network security services, compared to 35% that are very familiar with online payment processing.