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Jan 23rd | 2024

Post-CES: Innovation and 2024 Trends

Virtual
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Innovative products in the smart home space continue to be introduced. Join this virtual session to hear more on the latest connected home solutions announced at CES 2024, providing an outlook for the year on adopting energy, security, entertainment controls, and wellness devices.

Tuesday, January 23, 2024

11:00 AM CT

Parks Associates Market Trends

Moderator

Daniel Holcomb
Senior Analyst, Smart Home Research

Parks Associates

11:15 AM CT

Keynote Visionary Speaker

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Jennifer Kent
Vice President, Research

Parks Associates

11:45 AM CT

Post CES: Innovation and 2024 Trends

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Eran Orr
CEO

XRHealth

Steve Chazin
VP of Products

Alarm.com

Jeff Xie
CEO

Chefling

Roeland Nusselder
Co-founder & CEO

Plumerai

Matthew Wootton
Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer

Ivani, LLC

Oct 5th | 2023

State of the Home Security Market

Virtual
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The home security market has experienced growth in the past few years as DIY systems, smart security devices, and pro-monitoring service offerings have been introduced. As product capabilities expand, new monitoring services beyond security are increasing, including proactive defense through video analytics, PERS enhancements, energy usage monitoring, and securing valuable assets such as vehicles and yard equipment. Integration between video, access control, and home automation services will continue to grow in the years to come. This session addresses the developments and forecasts for the security industry.

Thursday, October 5, 2023

02:00 PM CT

Welcome and Analyst Insight

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

02:15 PM CT

Insights into the Evolving Security Industry: A Conversation with Don Young, ADT

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Don Young
EVP and Chief Operating Officer

ADT

Professional monitoring operators leverage their strengths by being always on and available to communicate with their users to demonstrate the value they add beyond traditional monitoring solutions. This conversation, featuring ADT’s EVP and COO Don Young, provides insights into the current state of the security industry, focusing on the latest market strategy, alliances, and technological investments. This discussion addresses new product capabilities that are expanding new monitoring services beyond security, including proactive defense through video analytics, AI enhancements, the expansion of security beyond access points, the role of AVS-01 and implementation, and the vision for the future of the security industry.

03:00 PM CT

Closing Comments

Jul 20th | 2023

New Era of Home Services

Virtual
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Broadband service providers are turning to new offerings and bundle types, including mobile services, home security and smart home services, and value-added services tied to core residential internet. BSPs are partnering with mobile virtual network operator (MVNOs), security and smart home platforms, managed services providers, and a variety of other innovative companies.

Thursday, July 20, 2023

02:00 PM CT

Welcome and Analyst Insight

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

02:15 PM CT

Visionary Spotlight

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Alexander Linn
Founder and CEO

Shipshape AI

02:45 PM CT

Smart Home Platforms: Unifying the Experience

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Razvan Todor
VP, Product Management

Bitdefender

Tyson Brown
Manager Strategic Partnerships

Google

Rohin Parkar
Co-Founder & CEO

Spintly

NiceConsumers want a unified experience across the different standalone devices and systems in the home. The promise of interoperability hinges partially on the convenience of controlling and coordinating multiple devices through a unified interface application. This session addresses the progress made to simplify the experience and what companies have advanced growth of the whole-home smart home experience through integration.

03:45 PM CT

Closing Comments

May 23rd | 2023

Growing Demand for Home Technology

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Tuesday, May 23, 2023

10:00 AM CT

Welcome: State of the Connected Home

Jennifer Kent
Vice President, Research

Parks Associates

Parks Associates research team provides an update on market shifts in 2023, the adoption of connected devices, including smart home, entertainment, healthy and energy devices. This opening presentation features research from the firm’s survey work of 10,000 internet US households.

10:30 AM CT

Beyond Security: Video Analytics Driving New Opportunities

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Peter Giacalone
President

Giacalone Associates

Andreas Rudyk
Co-founder and Co-CEO

Smartfrog & Canary

Geordie Hagerman
EVP Commercialization

Cognitive Systems Corp.

Tyler Tribe
Chief Technology Officer

Becklar

Ross Garrett
Chief Product Officer

CamerEye

AI and advanced video verification technologies are changing the landscape for video security devices. The new capabilities create more context to understand scenarios and determine the best ways to respond. This session highlights the many new use cases and capabililties for video technologies in the home.

11:30 AM CT

Research Presentation - Multifamily and SMB: Growing Opportunities

Kristen Hanich
Director of Research

Parks Associates

Chris White
Research Director

Parks Associates

Consumers continue to adopt connected devices. Now, 51% of US households have a least one connected health device. There is growing familiarity and use of telehealth and virtual care as a result of the pandemic. In addition, remote patient monitoring solutions are creating new opportunities for more patient-centric care. This research presentation highlights consumer adoption of and interest in new health to home solutions.

12:00 PM CT

Lunch

01:00 PM CT

Research Presentation - Demand for Connected Health at Home

Kristen Hanich
Director of Research

Parks Associates

Jennifer Kent
Vice President, Research

Parks Associates

New applications and services stemming from IoT platforms are enabling small-to-medium business (SMB) and MDU owners and managers to have greater insight into the metrics and real-time analytics of their properties. The integration of new tech also provides great value to the end user and enables monitoring across ecosystems in a business or multi-tenant building.

01:30 PM CT

Serving Seniors: Technology-based Solutions

Moderator

Jennifer Kent
Vice President, Research

Parks Associates

Gene Wang
Chairman

Care Daily

Lainie Muller
Senior Director, Business Development, Health & Wellness

Alarm.com

Nathanial Findlay
CEO

Lifeguard Health

The growing senior population will rely on technology solutions to help with healthcare, communications, and living independently as long as possible. This session addresses the growing demand for technology solutions in the home to help caregivers and seniors enhance safety and security, track important health metrics, and communicate with care providers.

02:15 PM CT

Research Presentation - Consumer Electronics: Bridging Entertainment and Controls

Ross Rubin
Sr. Contributing Analyst

Parks Associates

Safety and security have long been the top value propositions for the smart home market. Now, players are expanding on the peace-of-mind concept to end users with new applications of familiar technologies and service models. This research presentation highlights current adoption of home security solutions and market growth.

May 23rd | 2023 - May 25th | 2023

CONNECTIONS: The Premier Connected Home Conference

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Co-located with Connected Health Summit: Consumer Engagement and Innovation. Shared sessions are indicated with an asterisk (*).

Tuesday, May 23, 2023

03:00 PM CT

Welcome and Opening Comments: State of the Connected Home

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Parks Associates welcomes attendees and provides opening comments on the state of the market and future of technology for consumers at home and at work.

03:15 PM CT

Opening Session: Building Connected Home Services

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Dean Avgiris
Executive Director - Xfinity Home

Comcast

Jim Conti
VP of Sales and Marketing

Nimbio

Bruce Mungiguerra
CEO

Riverbend Sandler Pools

Kian Saneii
CEO

Independa

Maggie Zieba
Vice President, Safety and Security Services

Resideo

NimbioMost connected home product categories have been rising steadily in perceived value as prices fall and the adoption rates and installed base grow. Connectivity and integration of devices enable data to be shared and create new value through services delivered. This session highlights the role of broadband, hardware, software, and security solutions in building connected home services across energy, security, and controls. This session provides insights from key players in the smart home ecosystem.

04:15 PM CT

Keynote

Moderator

Jason Paris
VP, Business Development

Parks Associates

David Puckett
Vice President, Global Devices Product Strategy

Comcast

04:45 PM CT

Creating Whole-Home Control and Experience

Moderator

Chris White
Research Director

Parks Associates

Shankar Achanta
Vice President of Products

Sunnova

Colin Cureton
Senior Director of IoT Home & Life Ecosystems & Marketing

Silicon Labs

Wade Gibson
Chief Sales & Customer Acquisition Officer

Brinks Home

Jeff Rogers
Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Sensory

Paul Williams
Managing Director of Home Management Business Unit

Nice Group

NiceSecurity system apps continue to be the most common tool for controlling multiple smart home products, but consumers also look to the CE and tech giants as a control point for devices in the home. This session highlights the key channels that have an opportunity to provide a whole-home experience, incorporating security, smart home, energy, and entertainment devices across a unified platform.

05:45 PM CT

Opening Reception

Wednesday, May 24, 2023

07:30 AM CT

Registration Open

07:30 AM CT

Continental Breakfast

MideaSponsored by Midea

08:30 AM CT

Welcome: Evolution of the Connected Home

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

BitdefenderConsumers are embracing connected devices at a slow and steady pace; in addition, broadband speeds are increasing as over-the-top (OTT) video streaming services are now a key way people watch live and entertainment video. This opening presentation from Parks Associates highlights the role of connectivity, platforms, connected devices .and new services in consumer and business environments.

08:45 AM CT

Broadband, Value-Added Services, and Modern Living

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Greg Baldauf
Director, Revenue Edge SmartLife Partnerships

Calix

Jerome Howard
Chief Operating Officer

Culture Wireless

Rob Shema
Director of Business Development

altafiber

Chris Weltzien
Senior Vice President Business Development

iolo

Jennifer Harris
Federal Program Officer, Texas

National Telecommunications and Information Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce

CoxThe home broadband market is growing at the fastest rate in well over a decade, and Parks Associates forecasts that by the end of 2025, approximately 93% of US households will have a broadband subscription — either fixed or mobile. The home network is a critical point of visibility and control for all smart home, computing, entertainment, health, and other consumer electronic devices. The home network also has the potential to enable a new dimension of value by offering integrated applications. This session addresses the growth of value-added services and role of connectivity in the home.

09:45 AM CT

Keynote

Moderator

Ashton Gambrell
Director of Sales, Sponsorships

Parks Associates

Jennifer Harris
Federal Program Officer, Texas

National Telecommunications and Information Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce

10:15 AM CT

Networking Break

   IvaniSponsored by Ivani  

10:45 AM CT

The Energy Consumer: Meeting and Driving Demand for Renewables

Moderator

Chris White
Research Director

Parks Associates

Jesse Fallick
VP of Product

Recurve

Advait Katarki
Business Development Manager - Connected Solutions & EV Charging Infrastructure

Eaton

Rich Korthauer
SVP, Home and Distribution

Schneider Electric

Paul Wezner
Chief Product and Customer Officer

Powerley

Thomas Breare
Head of Flexibility and Partnerships

Octopus Energy

Schneider ElectricEnergy companies are highly motivated to invest in solutions that provide more energy efficiency and automation in homes. This becomes increasingly important with net zero-goals set by utilities. Smart home technology offers smart energy value for utilities. That can be realized via integration into a wide range of energy-efficiency programs that incentivize customers to save energy. This session provides insight into the future of energy and smart home technologies.

11:45 AM CT

Tackling Pain Points: Returns, Support, and Privacy

Moderator

John Barrett
Director of Consumer Analytics

Parks Associates

Jennifer Doctor
Senior Director, Product Management

Johnson Controls

Benjamin Myers
National Sales Manager- RAS

Kwikset

Jonathan Storino
Vice President

Elexa Consumer Products

Stefan Witkamp
Founder, Commercial Director

Athom, maker of Homey

The concerns over data invasion and security are not felt solely by prospective purchasers but carry over to current device users as well, impacting not only how they use their smart home devices but also their propensity to purchase additional smart home devices. In addition, the set up, ease of installation, warranty, and whether the product meets expectations and works are all critical to the experience. This session addresses how companies are working to ensure a “delightful” experience for their smart home customers.

12:15 PM CT

Networking Lunch

01:15 PM CT

Research Presentation: Smart Appliances

Moderator

John Barrett
Director of Consumer Analytics

Parks Associates

Dr. Kenneth Wacks
President

Home, Building & Energy Systems

Consumers still see smart appliances as an expensive purchase, with 46% reporting price as one of the major reasons for not purchasing a smart appliance. This research presentation highlights Parks Associates’ consumer and industry data on the smart appliance market, including builder perspectives.

01:30 PM CT

Insurance: Protecting the Home and Proving the ROI

Moderator

Chris White
Research Director

Parks Associates

Bob Marshall
CEO

Whisker Labs

Geoff Martin
President & Co-founder

vipHomeLink

Roel Peeters
CEO & Co-Founder

Roost Labs

Brett Sobol
Sr. Growth Initiatives Lead

Hippo

OriginInsurance discounts are the #2 motivator to get greenfield buyers into smart home. Insurance policies give consumers peace of mind about their home, and smart home devices can extend the property owners’ ability to protect their home as an asset. This session addresses how smart security products and systems are working with insurance to save billions of dollars through proactive monitoring, detection, and deterrence for burglary, home, and fire damage.

02:15 PM CT

New Business Models: Everything as a Service

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Nathan Matney
Director, IoT Products

Keurig Dr. Pepper

Don Young
EVP and Chief Operating Officer

ADT

CalixIn the next phase of smart home development, reliable connectivity and basic interoperability between products are going to be standard. Manufacturers will leverage these benefits to differentiate their product lines, find competitive advantages, and create new value for the user. This session addresses how industry players will deliver on the smart home promise through partnerships, expanded distribution channels, and intelligence derived from sensors that will increasingly expand and personalize services, which will in turn generate recurring revenue.

02:45 PM CT

Networking Break

GadgeonSponsored by Gadgeon

03:15 PM CT

Seniors, Caregivers, and Independent Living Solutions

Moderator

Jennifer Kent
Vice President, Research

Parks Associates

Jean Anne Booth
CEO

UnaliWear

Kevin Jameson
Volunteer President | Founder

Dementia Society of America

Sumit Nagpal
Founder, Chairman and CEO

Cherish Health, Inc.

Laurie Orlov
Industry Analyst

Aging and Health Technology Watch

Brock Winzeler
President

Becklar Personal Health and Safety and Freeus

BecklarWhen considering solutions, independent seniors are interested in solutions that can be added to their current home and are self-monitored. Preferences are evenly split between home-based systems and wearable systems. Seniors purchasing solutions for themselves look first to independent living solutions specialists, then to solutions providers, health insurers, and retailers. This session addresses tech solutions for seniors and caregivers, with a special look at purchase channels and growth in PERS.

04:15 PM CT

Keynote

Moderator

Ashton Gambrell
Director of Sales, Sponsorships

Parks Associates

Anthony Dohrmann
Founder and CEO

Electronic Caregiver - ECG

04:45 PM CT

Integrating Data: Sensors, Standards, and Value

Moderator

Chris White
Research Director

Parks Associates

Justin McKinney
CEO & Co-Founder

Ivani

Tony Nicolaidis
Chief Commercial Officer

Origin

Lars Oleson
CEO & Co-Founder

Xailient

Sonny Tai
Chief Executive Officer

Actuate

UbietyDevices with video and audio data capture capacity are the fastest-growing smart home categories, and analytics are improving due to more powerful edge components (chipsets) or more effective and efficient cloud interactions. This session addresses the opportunities for growth as a result of advanced technologies embedded in devices.

05:30 PM CT

Networking Reception

KudelskiSponsored by Kudelski IoT

Thursday, May 25, 2023

07:30 AM CT

Registration Open

07:30 AM CT

Networking Breakfast

Sponsored by Nimbio

08:15 AM CT

Opening Comments: What Channels are Driving Growth

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

The buying experience for consumers and smart home products is fractured, but the many choices, including DIY and pro install options, have helped expand the market. This session provides highlights of Parks Associates data on the different channels selling smart home solutions: retail, home security, energy, and insurance.

08:30 AM CT

What’s Driving Growth in the Smart Home?

Moderator

Chris White
Research Director

Parks Associates

Eugenia Blackstone
Chief Marketing Officer

Iris Powered by Generali

Jan Dawson
Senior Director of Research and Insights

Vivint

Kevin Kraus
V.P. Technology Alliances

Fortune Brands Innovations, Inc.

Teddy Meyer
VP of Marketing & Customer Experience

GreenMarbles

Martin Milani
CEO

Sunverge Energy

Rapid Response MonitoringThe standard smart home buyer journey today is via retail, often one device at a time. But many consumers start with a home security system and are adding smart home devices to extend applications and value. This session brings industry leaders together to talk about what channels are driving the biggest growth for smart home solutions.

09:15 AM CT

Keynote - From Electrons to Ecosystems: Customer-Centric Decarbonization and the New Era of Utility Partnerships

Moderator

Chris White
Research Director

Parks Associates

Lon Huber
SVP, Pricing & Customer Solutions

Duke Energy Corporation

Focusing on customer-centric decarbonization presents an unparalleled opportunity to holistically address customer needs.

This keynote will emphasize the value of strategic partnerships with utilities, extending beyond the conventional realm of selling elections. It will highlight the necessity for innovation-fueled collaborations spanning across various domains, from connected care to digital solutions and beyond. The aim is to ready homes for a future that is not just cleaner, but also more interconnected.

09:45 AM CT

Networking Break

SavantSponsored by Savant

10:15 AM CT

Connecting the Smart Home & Joining Ecosystems, Sponsored by CSA

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Roger Clawson
Director Home Builder Division

SafeStreets USA

Steve Elliston
President

Elliston Systems & Design

Abe Kinney
Senior Director, Product Management

Alarm.com

Michelle Mindala-Freeman
COO

Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA)

CSAA unified smart home experience is the holy grail of convenience and value for consumers, but fragmentation and interoperability issues have hindered the early development for the smart home. Industry players have been building standards for decades, and the new Matter standard provides a possible solution that serves an enormous number of stakeholders in the smart home marketplace, including solution providers, manufacturers, and consumers. This session features industry leaders’ insights on partnerships, opportunities, and challenges.

11:00 AM CT

Special Session

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Morgan Hertel
Vice President of Technology & Innovation

Rapid Response Monitoring

11:30 AM CT

Keynote: Overcoming the top 3 barriers to mass adoption of smart home technology

Moderator

Ashton Gambrell
Director of Sales, Sponsorships

Parks Associates

Mark Benson
Head of Samsung SmartThings U.S.

Samsung SmartThings

 Smart home adoption is at a massive inflection point, with a strong potential for exponential growth. This is accelerating as the smart home goes mainstream, driven by transformative technologies like Matter and innovative connected experiences, creating new opportunities and challenges to address.

While the average household has smart devices, the average user continues to encounter roadblocks to fully realizing the potential of a smart home. Overcoming these barriers through the experience that consumers care about are the key to unlocking mass adoption.

In this session, Mark Benson, Head of SmartThings, will talk through the unique needs of the mass consumer market for Smart Home, and how Samsung and SmartThings are using services and experiences to take advantage of the present opportunities we see to provide our users with convenience, security, sustainability, and fun!

12:00 PM CT

Networking Lunch

01:00 PM CT

Research Presentation: Security Beyond the Home: Personal & Mobile

Sarah Lee
Research Analyst

Parks Associates

01:15 PM CT

Selling Peace of Mind: Safety and Security

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Mason Hall
Head of Connected Products

Moen

Keith Puckett
Co-Founder and CEO

Ubiety Technologies

Jing Xue
Director of Product Management

Wyze

Alarm.comConsumer demand for Wi-Fi devices like smart cameras and video doorbells will only increase over time. Integration capabilities across smart home devices and security systems create a stickier customer base that is engaged with their system. Security dealers can expand beyond the perimeter of the home with new solutions, including vehicle monitoring and personal emergency services. This session highlights the new role security players have in the home as consumers add more and more connected devices.

02:00 PM CT

Power of Tech: Enabling Accessibility & Independence

Moderator

Jennifer Kent
Vice President, Research

Parks Associates

Brooke Ellison
VP of Technology and Innovation

United Spinal Association

Alarm.comThis session is designed to help understand the transformative power of technology in enabling accessibility and independence for people with disabilities, chronic health conditions, and life-changing diagnoses. The session provides practical guidance for designing technology that is inclusive and accessible by users of all abilities. In addition, the session provide insights into how these technologies can be leveraged to help consumers and caregivers manage care. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the personal aspects of health and the need and demand to incorporate technology that supports consumers at every stage of life.

02:15 PM CT

Special Session: Kudelski IoT & CSA Explore Security and Certification in the New Matter Standard

Moderator

Jennifer Kent
Vice President, Research

Parks Associates

Michelle Mindala-Freeman
COO

Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA)

Christopher Schouten
Sr. Marketing Director

Kudelski IoT

Kudelski

02:45 PM CT

Funding the Connected Solutions: View from Investors

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Gregory Couvreur
Founder and Managing Principal

Mighty Acorns Capital

Peter Giacalone
President

Giacalone Associates

Daniel Herscovici
Partner

Edison Partners

Michael Meyers
Executive Partner

Ethos Capital

David Sym-Smith
General Partner

Mobility Ventures

In the last 10 years of development, the smart home market has established important foundations for future growth. In 2023 and beyond, solution creators have the necessary ingredients to deliver on the promise of the vision of the smart home where the sum – an intelligent, integrated, helpful home – is greater than the individual parts. This session brings experts from the industry to share their perspectives on where the next stage of growth and investments are coming from.

03:30 PM CT

Closing Comments

Mar 2nd | 2023

New Market Segments: Consumers and the Smart Home

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Consumers continue to expect more tech in the home that provides convenience, safety and security, and energy management solutions. This session brings together leaders talking about the evolution of the smart home and where the market is expanding to capture the next generation of smart home buyers.

Thursday, March 2, 2023

11:00 AM CT

Welcome and Analyst Insight

Jennifer Kent
Vice President, Research

Parks Associates

11:15 AM CT

Strategies for Attracting New Buyers

Moderator

Jennifer Kent
Vice President, Research

Parks Associates

Warren Hill
VP Marketing and Partner Development

Alula

Nick English
CEO North America

Kaadas

Scott Ford
Founder and CEO

Pepper IoT

Marketing to consumers has become a battle for attention. How consumers research and purchase products has changed dramatically in the past five years. This session brings insight from various companies reaching new consumer segments including marketing strategies, incentives, and educational information about smart home solutions.

12:00 PM CT

Executive Q&A

Jennifer Kent
Vice President, Research

Parks Associates

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

12:30 PM CT

Channel Expansion: Where’s the Growth Coming From

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Aaron Emigh
CEO and Co-Founder

Brilliant

Benjamin Myers
National Sales Manager- RAS

Kwikset

Matthew Wootton
Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer

Ivani, LLC

Mitchell Klein
Executive Director

Z-Wave Alliance

Stefan Witkamp
Founder, Commercial Director

Athom, maker of Homey

Energy, insurance, retailers, security dealers, and custom home systems providers all sell smart home solutions. This session addresses the fragmentation in the market with distribution of products and what companies are doing to integrate across product ecosystems in the home to make a more seamless, unified experience for consumers.

01:30 PM CT

Closing Comments

Mar 2nd | 2023

Energizing a Smarter Home: Solar and Security, sponsored by Alarm.com

Virtual
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Smart homes are a key driver of residential energy efficiency. This session addresses the role of energy management solutions, driven by solar and storage, in forming the next generation of services in the connected home. Speakers discuss strategies that integrate solar, security, and smart home and how this combination can lower attrition, deliver short- and long-term energy savings, and keep consumers engaged with positive experiences among all home systems.

Thursday, March 2, 2023

10:00 AM CT

Energizing a Smarter Home: Solar and Security

Moderator

Elizabeth Parks
President & CMO

Parks Associates

Shawn Barry
VP Strategic Sales

Alarm.com

Clint Cushing
CEO

Nomo Hub

Brendan Armstrong Sr.
Controller

Trinity Wiring & Security Solutions

Jason Dudley
Director, Product Development and Implementation

GreenMarbles

Alarm.comSponsored by Alarm.com

Nov 10th | 2022

Tech Innovation and New Partnerships

Virtual
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New tech like AI and machine learning can drive business value through enabling enhanced capabilities over non-AI-powered solutions. Just as connected products will supplant non-connected models, AI is creating a new value tier that will enable brands to be more competitive at the same price point or enable them to demand higher prices for hardware and services.