Sunday, June 12, 2016

Almost 50% Smart Home Devices In U.S. Are Self-Installed, Parks Associates Finds

Wireless home security sales are increasing, as almost one-half of home security owners in the U.S. have a home security system that connects wirelessly to sensors, according market research firm, Parks Associates.

"The emergence of 'monitor-it-yourself' and hybrid professional monitoring options for self-installed devices is a key trend for the smart home in 2016," said Brad Russell, Research Analyst, Parks Associates. "Almost 50% of smart home devices currently in U.S. broadband households are self-installed, by the owner or by the owner's friends or family members. These advanced monitoring solutions present an avenue for security companies, service providers, and users to generate more value from these self-installed devices."

From the article "Almost 50% Smart Home Devices In U.S. Are Self-Installed, Parks Associates Finds" by TechTeam.

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