"home automation" articles

The smart home starts at the front door, with devices like smart door locks, networked cameras, smart garage door openers, and video doorbells representing not only a foundation for security solutions but also access points for a future world of services, including in-home and in-garage delivery, home rental solutions, pet and cleaning services, and much more. Parks Associates research shows video doorbells lead in adoption among the three primary access control devices. At the...
As adoption of smart home devices continues to grow, the smart home needs an interface to connect all the moving pieces in the home. For devices that are connected to cloud APIs, voice control has been transformational. While the UI experience is compelling, the true value of voice assistants is in their ability to unify control of fragmented and even disparate ecosystems. Consumers with smart home devices that are not part of a larger home control system (which is the majority of smart...
According to Parks Associates research, 28% of US broadband households now own at least one smart home device, and device-owning households own an average of six devices in their home. A newly published Parks Associates report, Race to Control the Smart Home Ecosystem: Attracting Partners , states that as device adoption continues to increase each year, smart home platforms will help establish order out of the chaos that comes from the steady influx of connected devices in...
Currently, 25% of U.S. broadband households that do not own a smart home device and do not plan to purchase one will not purchase these products due to security and privacy concerns. Addressing consumer privacy and security concerns is a key issue for the industry and Parks Associates At the 23rd-annual CONNECTIONS: The Premier Connected Home Conference, Parks Associates and key industry leaders will explore new opportunities for service providers as well as current attitudes on data...
Parks Associates is supporting the 16th-annual  What's Next Boomer Business Summit . American Idol  meets aging tech entrepreneurs at The What’s Next Innovation Challenge , an event hosted by Mary Furlong & Associates and sponsored by AARP Innovation Labs during the What’s Next Boomer Business Summit held in New Orleans on April 18. Competition winners receive $10,000 in funding for their product or company and the opportunity to continue to the...
Prior to Parks Associates’ 10th-annual Smart Energy Summit , in Austin, Shane Fay, SVP Sales and Marketing, Grid4C shared insights on what energy providers can do in order to generate revenue in the smart home. Shane will be participating on the Adding Value through Utility Engagement in the Smart Home session on Wednesday, February 20, at 1:15 PM. Panelists joining him on this session include: Ryan Harty, Environmental Market Development Manager, American Honda Motor...
2018 saw a continued rise in connected devices in the home: U.S. broadband households have an average of 10.4 connected devices according to Parks Associates new research and by 2021, consumers will purchase more than 485 million connected devices. Parks Associates’ Market Review, 2019 Connected Home and Entertainment Trends , examines trends, opportunities, and challenges facing the smart home and connected entertainment industries. Key insights include: Smart Home Trends...
Title: Parks Associates releases 2019 Connected Home and Entertainment Trends Market Review 2018 saw a continued rise in connected devices in the home: U.S. broadband households have an average of 10.4 connected devices according to Parks Associates new research and by 2021, consumers will purchase more than 485 million connected devices. Parks Associates’ Market Review, 2019 Connected Home and Entertainment Trends , examines trends, opportunities, and challenges facing...

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