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Global Connected Living Outlook: The Era of IoT

  • ID: 3163785
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 67 Pages
  • Parks Associates
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This report provides an analysis of global digital lifestyle trends in service categories, including broadband, television, digital content, and digital health, and connected home product categories, including home networks and connected consumer electronics. It includes five-year forecasts for select product categories.

Report Topics:

- Key trends and events for key verticals in 2015, including connected CE, smart home management, connected cars, and health and fitness

- Products and services driving change and innovation within the Internet of Things

- Timelines of market growth and service expansions for connected CE, smart home, and entertainment devices

- Global five-year forecasts for adoption and sales of wearable devices, home security, fixed mobile broadband services, and 4K TVs

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1.0 Report Summary
1.1 Purpose of Report
1.2 Scope of Report
1.3 Research Approach/Sources

2.0 Global Connected Living Overview
2.1 Timeline of the Connected Lifestyle
2.1.1 Connected Device and Services Adoption
2.2 IoT Opportunities

3.0 Connectivity
3.1 Fixed Broadband
3.1.1 “Very High Speed” Broadband Services Proliferate
3.1.2 In-Home Broadband Performance Proves as Critical as To-Home Broadband Performance
3.1.3 Wi-Fi Hotspots Become a Hot Area for Operator Competition
3.1.4 Forecast for Fixed Broadband Services
3.2 Mobile Broadband
3.2.1 Forecast for Mobile Broadband Services

4.0 Connected Lifestyles: Product and Services Trends
4.1 Connected CE and Platforms
4.1.1 Growth Rate for Connection of CE Devices Flattens
4.1.2 User Experiences Becoming More Immersive
4.1.3 CE Makers Push 4K UHD
4.1.4 4K UHD TV Forecast
4.2 Entertainment Services
4.2.1 Expansion of OTT Service Offerings
4.2.2 Original and Exclusive Content Gains Legitimacy
4.2.3 Alternative Digital Video Outlets
4.2.4 Forecast for Online Video Viewers
4.3 The Smart Home
4.3.1 Smart Devices
Interoperability will Grow in Importance as Device Diversity Rises
Consumers are Increasingly Interested in Self-Installation
Device Data Enables Creation of Value-Added Services
4.3.2 Energy Management
Advanced Energy Management Features are Driving Smart Thermostat Adoption
Utilities will Enhance Energy Efficiency Campaigns
Consumers are More Receptive to Smart Energy Services than Devices
4.3.3 Security
Smart Home Features Drive Growth of Professionally-Monitored Security Services
Cable and Telco Providers Will See Continued Growth
Self-Installation is Becoming More Popular
4.3.4 Security Forecast
4.4 Connected Cars
4.4.1 Standardization is Needed to Alleviate Market Fragmentation
4.4.2 Connected Car Platforms will be Adapted to New IoT Use Cases
4.4.3 The Value of Connected Car Data will Rise
4.4.4 Apple and Google’s Influence on the Connected Car Industry will Expand
4.5 Digital Health and Fitness
4.5.1 Health Care Industry is Exploring Aggregation of Health-Related Data
4.5.2 There is Continued Interest in Patient Portals
4.5.3 Health Big Data Moves from Lip Service to Experimentation
4.6 Wearables
4.6.1 Forecast for Wearable Device Sales

5.0 Implications and Recommendations

6.0 Appendix
6.1 Glossary
6.2 Index
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