Smart Homes: Clear Potential, But Too Many Cooks?

  • ID: 3621113
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 211 Pages
  • Nakono
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With fragmentation rife, and the leading vendors determined to go it alone progress will be slow

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ABB (Switzerland)
  • Assa Abloy (Sweden)
  • Canary (US)
  • Honeywell (US)
  • Microsoft (US)
  • Philips (Netherlands)
  • MORE
It would be great to be able use your smartphone to turn the oven on when you're out of the house – because you forgot to do that when you left an hour ago. Or how about speaking into your smartwatch to check you turned the heating off while you're on the way to the airport.

These are basic use cases for the smart home, but they are not easy today partly because the sprawling structure of the smart homes market has led to the various interest groups coalescing into silos which are working to steer the fledgling market in their direction. But another reason why simple use cases have been so hard to execute is that the first purpose-designed operating systems for the smart home only arrived on in 2015, and market participants are still trying to understand how to react.

Up to now, it has seemed that mostly everyone has wanted to own the smart homes market, but in the clamour for control the casualty has been the user experience and a market which is growing more slowly than could have been the case.

The smart homes sector might evolve rather like the gaming industry or mobile industry, where a small number of 'vertical silos' have formed but which are basically incompatible. This would mean that appliance and home electricals vendors would either need to decide which platform to support, or to add ‘multi-mode’ functionality to their products.

This reports looks at the smart home market as it stands today and presents a rich narrative for how it will evolve in the future. The various industry and vendor standards initiatives are reviewed and forecasts are presented for how the market will grow into 2022.

Importantly, the report also contains extensive use cases and practical illustrations of how the smart home will operate in the future.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ABB (Switzerland)
  • Assa Abloy (Sweden)
  • Canary (US)
  • Honeywell (US)
  • Microsoft (US)
  • Philips (Netherlands)
  • MORE
1. Executive Summary

2. Market Structure and Segmentation
Integrated Services
Security
Energy Management
Lighting
Enabling Technologies
Entertainment
Service Delivery Platforms
Garden Management
Appliances
Home Healthcare and Wellness
Smart Home Networking

3. How the Smart Homes Market has Changed in the Last Year

4. Smart Home Industry Alliances

5. Smart Home Company Profiles

6. Market Analysis
Value delivered by Smart Homes products and services
Analysis of all 11 segments of the Smart Homes market
Review of Market Landscape
Future Evolution

7. Market Forecasts

8. Appendix
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- ABB (Switzerland)

- ADT (US)

- Alertme.com (UK)

- Amazon (US)

- Apple (US)

- Assa Abloy (Sweden)

- AT&T (US)

- August (US)

- Belkin (US)

- British Gas (UK)

- Canary (US)

- Comcast (US)

- Control4 (US)

- Crestron (US)

- Google (US)

- Honeywell (US)

- iControl Networks (US)
- Insteon (US)
- LG (Korea, Rep.)
- Lowe’s (US)
- Microsoft (US)
- Nest (US)
- Netatmo (France)
- Panasonic (Japan)
- Parrot (France)
- Philips (Netherlands)
- Samsung (Korea, Rep.)
- Siemens (Germany)
- Skybell (US)
- Sonos (US)
- Texas Instruments (US)
- Vivint (US)
- Wink (US)
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