This is the fourth edition of the world market for remote monitoring services by IHS Markit. The previous edition was published in May 2016.
The aim of IHS Markit in writing this report is to provide marketing and technical executives with an up-to-date, comprehensive assessment of the market and to forecast the impact of significant trends over the next five years. The report provides detailed estimates of market sizes in 2017 and forecasts growth for the period 2018 to 2022. The report also estimates the market shares held by the major service providers in each service type and major geographic region. The full global remote monitoring service report contains 312 tables, including more than 100 market share tables.
Changes to this year’s report:
- The category of PERS has been categorized to independent living. As such, this category has been expanded to include mobile and fixed PERS as well as independent living.
- Self-monitoring for residential is now included for each major region: the Americas, EMEA and Asia. Self-monitoring includes installed base of do-it-yourself (DIY) hubs and consumer video cameras. A DIY hub includes, but is not limited to, Samsung SmartThings, Wink, Nexia, among many others. Consumer video cameras include, but are not limited to, Nest, Netgear Arlo, Swann, among many others.
- For residential alarm monitoring, connected accounts are now further segmented by interactive security and home automation.
- Market share tables are now provided by the total number of monitored accounts in addition to a top-level table for revenues. Moreover, there are now nine total market share tables for all 13 countries/sub-regions. These market shares also include interactive security versus home automation.