Residential Security & Convergence in the Smart Home Report - 2014

September 04, 2014  | Subscribers Only

Blake Kozak Blake Kozak Principal Analyst, Smart Home and Security Technology
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The growth and acceptance of smart home applications is undeniable across North America, with many multi-system operators (MSOs) and traditional monitoring companies offering some form of security and automation integration. From locks and video cameras to all-in-one devices, the opportunities for providers to expand their portfolio is vast. With more offerings and hardware to choose from, many end-users are now confused about what is best and the benefits of smart security systems. The mass marketing by providers has helped ease the confusion; however, there is still work to be done.
 
This report answers questions such as:
  • How does a provider differentiate?
  • What are the benefits and barriers to DIY versus professional monitoring?
  • What is demand like in EMEA and Asia compared with North America?
  • Who are some of the providers and what do they offer?
  • What is the install base of smart home security versus traditional security? How will this change over the next five years?
This study provides a comprehensive assessment of the global market for residential “smart” security equipment, ranging from top-level trends affecting regional growth to detailed segmentations of products and connectivity types.

Chapter 1 - Introduction, Scope and Method

1.0 Introduction

1.1 Scope

1.2 Method                 

1.3 Report Content    

1.4 Exchange Rates

Chapter 2 - Market Statistics 

2.0 Introduction          

2.1 Smart Home Overview        

2.2 Market Opportunities            

2.3 Market Statistics 

2.3.1 Install Base       

2.4 Geographics        

2.5 Industry recommendations overview    

Chapter 3 - Market Shares      

3.0 Introduction          

3.1 Structure of the Supplier Base               

3.1.1 Ecosystem Summary       

3.1.2 Acquisitions, Partnerships and New Entrants     

Appendices:

Appendix One - GDP               

Appendix Two - Company Profiles          

Appendix Three - Connectivity Type - Definitions

Appendix Four - List of Table and Figures

Blake Kozak

Principal Analyst, Smart Home and Security Technology

Blake Kozak is a principal analyst with the Security and Building Technologies group within IHS Markit.

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