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Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Parks Associates shares presentations from CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES: Smart Home Business Models and Strategies

International market research firm Parks Associates hosted its 14th annual CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES in Las Vegas, NV in January, featuring new consumer research on smart home, residential security, installation and support services, energy management and independent living solutions.  

At CES, Parks Associates’ analysts and industry leaders examined new business models, interoperability issues and technology developments, and the distribution of connected home products and services.   Event sessions included executives from key players like Comcast, Ring, Uber, and others.  Parks Associates research shared at the event include:

  • US broadband households that adopt smart home solutions own an average of six devices.
  • More than 50% of new security system owners self-installed their system
  • 67% of US broadband households planning to buy a smart thermostat prefer to use the retail channel for their purchase

Download our complimentary CONNECTIONS Summit presentations today to learn more.  

  • Smart Home Platforms: Creating New Experiences
  • Privacy and Security: Protecting Consumers
  • Disruption in Home Security: Smart Home Convergence
  • Independent Living and Wellness
  • Home Networks: Wi-Fi, 5G, and Mesh
  • Energy Management Solutions: Smart Home Crossover
  • Installation and Support: Next-Gen Smart Home Services
  • Distribution: Builders, Broadband, Security, Retail, and Insurance

Parks Associates’ CONNECTIONS Summit was supported by its distinguished sponsors: Alarm.com, ARM, Bitdefender, Cirrent, Everise, Inspire, Irdeto, Sprosty Network, Zen Ecosystems, and MMB Networks. 

For more information on Parks Associates research visit www.parksassociates.com/research

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