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Before attending CONNECTIONS™Europe  in Amsterdam, Kevin Meagher , SVP Business Development of ROC-Connect, answered several industry questions: Where do you feel the largest opportunity is for the smart home industry in Europe? I believe the larger opportunities are with service providers that want to bundle smart home with their broadband and entertainment. However, as in the U.S., retailers are starting to make a strong push into the market so new opportunities...
Before attending CONNECTIONS™Europe  in Amsterdam, Martin Woolley , Technical Program Manager of Bluetooth SIG, answered several industry questions: Where do you feel the largest opportunity is for the smart home industry in Europe? Among some of the more obvious and current applications are lighting, heating systems, locks, and windows sensors. However, there is a huge opportunity for the industry as a whole to adopt a new, upcoming mesh standard, Bluetooth mesh....
Before attending CONNECTIONS™Europe  in Amsterdam, Leigh Calton , Head of R&D at Ageas UK, answered several industry questions: Where do you feel the largest opportunity is for the smart home industry in Europe? Creating new products and services that consumers value What challenges does Europe face with rolling out new smart home products and services? Gaining consumer trust over data access, compatibility of devices, and creating relevant...
Before attending CONNECTIONS™Europe  in Amsterdam, Cees Links , General Manager Low Power Wireless of Qorvo, answered several industry questions: Where do you feel the largest opportunity is for the smart home industry in Europe? Security, elderly care, lighting control, smart meters – but all relative small and scattered. What challenges does Europe face with rolling out new smart home products and services? Fragmentation of the market, cost...
Before attending CONNECTIONS™Europe  in Amsterdam, Ashley Hathaway , Senior Developer Evanglist of IBM Watson, answered several industry questions: Where do you feel the largest opportunity is for the smart home industry in Europe? Certainly our devices are now helping us manage our resources more wisely, automate mundane tasks, and provide information about our usage. There are certainly many moving parts now and any way we can streamline the process or continue to...
Before attending CONNECTIONS™ Europe in Amsterdam, Andrew Thomas , Co-Founder & CRO of SkyBell, answered several industry questions: Where do you feel the largest opportunity is for the smart home industry in Europe? The largest short-term opportunity in Europe is to mirror the success of smart home adoption in the U.S. by focusing on solving real customer problems. Users are flocking to individual products that bring them more home security or help them save money....
Consumer intention to purchase devices and integrate them into home systems continues to be a growing trend across Western Europe. Mass-market smart home products and services are now available through numerous channels, including security dealers, telecoms, and retail stores, and both mass-market and custom-installed systems are seeing substantial growth as the combined marketing efforts of all channels are improving awareness. According to research conducted by Parks Associates...
 
According to Parks Associates research, 33% of U.K. broadband households subscribed to an OTT video service as of 3Q 2015. New OTT video market entrants, especially those with paid services, will have to provide unique value in order to make substantial gains. However, the demand for interesting content is strong enough that there are market opportunities for new OTT video players. Nearly 20% of U.K. broadband households have recently used a Netflix service, despite the free OTT catch-up...
 

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