Smart Home Care Services: Heating and Cooling, Plumbing and Electrical Systems

Price: Starting at USD 3,000
Publish Date: 06 Aug 2020
Code: AN-5276
Research Type: Research Report
Pages: 39
Smart Home Care Services: Heating and Cooling, Plumbing and Electrical Systems
RELATED SERVICE: Smart Buildings
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Develop strategies to maximize the opportunity emerging from connectivity in residential building service equipment.
  • Determine product development roadmaps and marketing strategies to drive wider smart home functionality and market reach.
  • Enable focused investment in key ecosystem development to ensure valuable engagement in the emerging market potential.
  • Provide the basis for  focused product and marketing strategies to underpin connected home services equipment adoption and monetization.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • What does connectivity in building services equipment bring to the smart home market?
  • Which vendors, applications and technologies are driving the connectivity into residential services equipment, supply-chain and customer base?
  • What steps will support growth in the market and what barriers must be overcome?
  • What is the size and scale of the residential building services smart home opportunity by major application and connected equipment?
  • How will smart home platforms and the wider smart home industry adapt to embrace and leverage residential connected building services systems?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • Detailed forecasts for the key connected devices by application area: HVAC, Plumbing and Electrical Systems.
  • Detailed analysis of why and how  connected equipment OEMs will have to develop and promote their connected offerings to their installer channel ecosystems.
  • Detailed forecast, key smart home device and connectivity forecasts segmented by key country.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Innovation leaders within current and potential connected residential equipment OEMs looking to develop and adopt a smart home strategy either directly or through third-party integration.
  • Smart home service provider organizations and smart home equipment OEMs.
  • Wireless silicon IC designers and providers looking to gauge the appeal and potential of a host of competing new connected devices and their integration into the smart home market.
  • Industry alliances and governmental and regulatory agencies looking to gain understanding of the potential impact and reach of connectivity across home services infrastructure and services.
  • Residential construction, sales and management players investigating the potential to grow value and operational efficiency.

Table of Contents


1.1. Introduction
1.2. Executive Summary


2.1. COVID-19
2.2. OEMs and Equipment Suppliers: Heating and Cooling
2.3. OEMs and Equipment Suppliers: Plumbing
2.4. OEM and Equipment Suppliers: Electrical Systems
2.5. The Installer Value Chain
2.6. Service Providers Partnerships


3.1. Smart Home Definition
3.2. Key Smart Home Applications
3.3. OEM Application Integration
3.4. Intermediary Platforms
3.5. Smart Home Platform Integration
3.6. Installer Lead Generation
3.7. Key Smart Home Integration Services
3.8. Key Industry Alliances
3.9. Connected Building Services Case Study: Resideo


4.1. Heating and Cooling
4.2. Plumbing
4.3. Electrical Systems