Delivering Peace of Mind: Connected Home Devices & Sensors

Safety and security in the home are much broader than burglar and fire alarms. In addition to these long-term mainstays, consumers can add access control features and cameras to their protection systems for convenience as well as safety. This report assesses the current varied smart home devices that provide security and safety in the home as well as new devices in development. The report assesses key industry players, market drivers, and industry trends in security devices and provides five-year forecasts for security devices and cameras.

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1.0        Report Summary

1.1        Purpose of Report

1.2        Scope of Report

1.3        Research Approach/Sources

2.0        Advances in Home Security Devices Offer Peace of Mind

3.0        Security and Safety Devices

3.1        Smart Door Locks

3.2        Smart Garage Door Openers

3.3        Smart Video Doorbells

3.4        Smoke Detectors/Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detectors

3.5        Networked/IP Cameras

3.6        Other Sensors and Products

4.0        Challenges and Trends in Smart Security Devices

5.0        Consumer Demographics

6.0        Sales Channels

7.0        Implications and Recommendations

7.1        Implications

7.2        Recommendations

8.0        Appendix

8.1        Forecast Methodology

8.2        Glossary

8.3        Index

8.4        Image Sources

Companies Researched/Interviewed for Report
Positioning of Home Security Devices & Systems
Consumer Attitudes about Safety and Security
Residential Security Ecosystem
Top Rated Features of Smart Door Locks
Feature Comparison: Selected Smart Door Locks
Company Profile: Schlage Lock Company
Company Profile: August Home
Feature Comparison: Selected Smart Garage Door Openers
Company Profile: The Chamberlain Group
Company Profile: The Genie Company
Feature Comparison: Smart Video Doorbells
Company Profile: Ring
Company Profile: SkyBell
U.S. Smart Video Doorbell Sales (2015 – 2020)
Feature Comparison: Smart Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Company Profile: First Alert
Company Profile: Nest Labs
Feature Comparison: Networked/IP Cameras
Company Profile: Samsung SmartThings
Company Profile: Canary
Installation of Safety & Security Devices
Ownership of at Least One Smart Safety and Security Device
Standalone and System Integrated Devices
Smart Home Device Adoption: Safety and Security Devices
Demographic Comparison of Various Segments of Connected Security Device Owners
Purchase Channel for Safety and Security Devices
Smart Garage Door Sales Channels
Smart Door Lock Sales Channels
Intention to Purchase Safety & Security Devices: Stand-alone vs. Part of a System
Forecast Methodology

Publish Date: 2Q 2016

Pages: 68


Authored By:
Brad Russell - Research Director, Connected Home

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