Smart Home Bi-Annual Review

Price: Starting at USD 3,000
Publish Date: 21 Sep 2021
Code: PT-2348
Research Type: Presentation
Pages: 23
Smart Home Bi-Annual Review
RELATED SERVICE: Smart Buildings
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Delivers actionable insights related to the changes brought to the smart home market from the impact of the COVID 19 pandemic.
  • Enables smart home device and service provider strategists to be cognizant of the most important developments in smart home over the past 6 months and the long-term impacts.
  • Enables smart home players to determine current and future market direction and strategy for relevant products, technologies and partnerships.
  • Delivers smart home strategists market innovation and competitor analysis to support new product, service, and new technology development roadmaps.
  • Introduces new Smart Home coverage areas and importance.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • How will the latest connectivity initiatives shape the future of smart home?
  • Which key recent smart home developments will most impact the direction of the smart home space and how?
  • How is the smart home market growing by region and by user base and what are the implications of that growth trajectory?
  • How will increasingly detached smart home markets - hardware, services, consumer robotics and smart appliances and home healthcare – develop and drive value?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • This research provides qualitive analysis to augment the most recent suite of smart home market data reports (MD-HASH-101, MD-HASS-101, MD-HACRSA-101, MD-HAHC-101).
  • This deliverable provides smart home players competitive threat and potential partnership analysis and recommendations.
  • This presentation provides summary of recent key deliverables for further reading. This includes Transformational Smart Home Data Exchange, Wi-Fi in the Home and Smart Home-as-a-Service Platform research.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Decision-makers within current and potential smart home service provider organizations and smart home equipment OEMs.
  • Innovation leaders within establish consumer goods companies looking to develop and adopt a smart home strategy either directly or through third-party integration.
  • Wireless silicon IC designers and providers looking to gauge the appeal and potential of a host of competing wireless protocols and device computing resources within the smart home market.
  • Industry alliances and governmental and regulatory agencies looking to gain understanding of the reach and potential of smart home connectivity across regions.

Table of Contents

The Evolving Smart Home and Our Evolving Coverage

Smart Home Hardware: Market and Coverage Development

Smart Home Services: Market and Coverage Development

Consumer Robotics & Smart Appliance: Market and Coverage Development

Home Healthcare: Market and Coverage Development

Smart Home Recent Research Highlights
Smart Home-as-a-Service Platforms
Smart Home Data Exchange
Wi-Fi in the Home

Smart Home Market Opportunities

Smart Home Disruptive Threats


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