Smart Home Safety & Security - A Market Dynamics Report

Smart Home Safety & Security - A Market Dynamics Report

On World, Date of Publication: Nov 12, 2015, 51 Pages
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Smart Home Safety & Security - A Market Dynamics Report

Safety and security continues to drive smart home adoption with expanding IoT cloud platforms and growing product innovation. While home services providers have the largest market share currently, sales in the retail/DIY channel has doubled per annum over the past few years. ON World market research group recently completed survey with 1,000+ U.S. consumers found that 1 in 3 are likely to use smart home solutions within the next three years and two-thirds of these are likely to purchase at least one safety and security product. 

For half the respondents, safety and security is the primary reason they would adopt a smart home system. After cost, the most important purchasing considerations are whole-home coverage and system integration.

ON World market analysis of hundreds of safety and security products found that nearly half were launched within the past 20 months. Annual retail sales of smart home safety and security products is projected to nearly triple in 2015 from two years ago. 

Consumers are most satisfied with smart garage door openers, motion sensors and door locks, according to ON World’s evaluation of 170 smart home safety and security products with 20,000 product reviews.  Some of the fastest growing product segments include video doorbells, smart smoke detectors and multi-purpose motion sensors.

Open source initiatives such as the AllSeen Alliance, OIC and mozaiq operations aim to accelerate smart home IoT product development and ensure interoperability across applications and transport layers.  The AllSeen Alliance has grown rapidly over the past two years with over 100 members including smart home software, hardware and platform market leaders and innovators such as AT&T, Cisco, D-Link, Icontrol Networks, Legrand, LG, Honeywell, Iris by Lowe’s, Microsoft, Muzzley and Technicolor.

By 2020, there will be 200 million Internet connected wireless smart home security and safety products installed worldwide.  At this time, 53% will be sold through managed services providers down from three quarters this year as sales through the retail/DIY channel will increase faster.

Based on surveys and phone interviews with 1,000+ individuals across the whole smart home value chain along with an evaluation of 170+ products and 20,000 consumer reviews, this report covers the complete IP security/smart home market for managed services (e.g. telecom/cable and security companies) as well as smart home safety and security products and services in the managed services, retail/DIY and professional installer channels.

Smart Home Safety & Security Vendors, Suppliers & Distributors

IoT Enablers, Systems & Platforms: Components:
Alarm.com
Amcrest
Arrayent
AT&T
Ayla Networks
Belkin
Bosch
BoxLink
CentraLite Systems
Computime
Control4
Crestron
Digi
Elgato
Essence
FLIR Systems
Fujitsu
GE
GreenWave Systems
Helium
Home NetWerks
Honeywell
Icontrol Networks
Ingersoll Rand
Intamac Systems
Jasco
iBaby
iBluLock
IJENKO
iRulu
Kitu Systems
Leviton
Legrand
Motorola/Lenova
Muzzley
Nest/Google
Netgear
Netatmo
NetVox
Panasonic
Ring
Roc-Connect
Samsung SmartThings
Schlage
Smarthome Labs
SkyBell
Stanley Black & Decker
Savant
Technicolor
Tendril
Terminus
Trivision
Tyco
Vians
Visonic
Wink
Yale Security
Zonoff
Zmodorols
Analog Devices
Atmel Corporation
California Eastern Labs
EnOcean
Freescale Semiconductor
GainSpan
GreenPeak Technologies
Marvell Technology Group
MicroChip Technology
Nordic Semiconductors
NXP Semiconductors
Qualcomm Atheros/CSR
Renesas
Sigma Designs
Silicon Labs
STMicro
Texas Instruments

Industry Alliances:

Bluetooth SIG
IPSO Alliance
ZigBee Alliance
Z-Wave Alliance

Home Service Providers &
Retail Outlets:

ADT
Apple Stores
AT&T
Best Buy
Comcast
Home Depot
Lowe's
Staples
Verizon
Vivint



Table of Contents

Executive Summary
Report Scope & Methodology

Ecosystem

Trends & Developments
Cloud-based Platforms
Open Source Software
IP Convergence
Mobile Sensing, Wearables and Body Area Networks
Aging Populations, Increasing Healthcare Demands
The Value System

Product Analysis
Fastest Growing Safety & Security Products
Safety & Security Products by Technology
Safety & Security Products by Price
Consumer Product Ratings

Consumer Views
Primary Smart Home Adoption Driver
Purchasing Considerations
Most Likely Smart Home Products
Maximum Smart Home Service Fee

Technology Dynamics
Summary
Low Power Wireless Standards
IP Addressable Smart Objects
Mesh Networking
Technologies & Standards Groups
IEEE 802.15.4
ZigBee
The Thread Group
Z-Wave
Low Power WiFi
Bluetooth Smart
DECT-ULE
IoT Initiatives & Open Source Software
UPnP+ Initiative
AllSeen Alliance
AllJoyn Service Frameworks
Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC)
Mozaiq Operations

Market Size Forecasts
Methodology
Installed Systems by Channel
Units by Channel
Revenues by Channel
Units by Product Type
Revenues by Equipment & Services
Revenues by Geography
Chipsets by Technology

Managed Services IP Security/Smart Home Market
Installed Systems by Market Segment
Market Leaders
Revenues by Market Segment
Installed Devices by Market Segment
Units by Application
Revenues by Geography
Chipset Shipments by Technology

Competitive Landscape
Components
Devices & Systems
IoT Enablers & Software
Control Platforms & Service Providers


List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Installed Smart Home Safety & Security Systems (2014-2020)
Figure 2: Smart Home Safety & Security Retail Products Two-Year Growth
Figure 3: Primary Smart Home Adoption Driver
Figure 4: Global Installed Smart Home WSN Systems (2014-2020)
Figure 5: Global Mobile Sensing Wearable Device Shipments (2014-2019)
Figure 6: Smart Home Products by Market
Figure 7: Smart Home Products by Launch Date
Figure 8: Smart Home Safety & Security Unique Products by Types
Figure 9: Smart Home Safety & Security Sales Growth by Product Type
Figure 10: Smart Home Safety & Security Products by Technology
Figure 11: Smart Home Safety & Security Products by Type & by Technology
Figure 12: Smart Home Safety & Security Sales Growth by Technology
Figure 13: Smart Home Safety & Security Products by Price
Figure 14: Smart Home Safety & Security Ratings by Product Type
Figure 15: Smart Home Safety & Security Ratings by Technology
Figure 16: When Likely to Adopt Smart Home Sensing System
Figure 17: When Likely to Adopt Smart Home Sensing System by Gender
Figure 18: When Likely to Adopt Smart Home Sensing System by Age
Figure 19: When Likely to Adopt Smart Home Sensing System by Income
Figure 20: Primary Reason to Purchase a Smart Home System
Figure 21: Primary Reason to Purchase a Smart Home System by Gender
Figure 22: Primary Reason to Purchase a Smart Home System by Age
Figure 23: Primary Reason to Purchase a Smart Home System by Income
Figure 24: Smart Home Purchasing Considerations
Figure 25: Smart Home Purchasing Considerations by Gender
Figure 26: Smart Home Purchasing Considerations by Age
Figure 27: Smart Home Purchasing Considerations by Income
Figure 28: Smart Home Products Most Likely to Purchase
Figure 29: Smart Home Products Most Likely to Purchase by Gender
Figure 30: Smart Home Products Most Likely to Purchase by Age
Figure 31: Smart Home Products Most Likely to Purchase by Income
Figure 32: Max Monthly Smart Home Service Fee
Figure 33: Max Monthly Smart Home Service Fee by Gender
Figure 34: Max Monthly Smart Home Service Fee by Age
Figure 35: Max Monthly Smart Home Service Fee by Income
Figure 36: Smart Home Safety & Security Installed Systems by Market (2014-2020)
Figure 37: Smart Home Safety & Security Wireless Unit Shipments by Market (2014-2020)
Figure 38: Smart Home Safety & Security Revenues by Market (2014-2020)
Figure 39: Smart Home Safety & Security Unit Shipments by Product Type (2014-2020)
Figure 40: Smart Home Safety & Security Revenues, Equipment & Services (2014-2020)
Figure 41: Smart Home Safety & Security Revenues by Geography (2014-2020)
Figure 42: Smart Home Safety & Security Wireless Chipsets by Technology (2014-2020)
Figure 43: Managed Services Smart Home Installed Systems by Segment (2014-2020)
Figure 44: Managed Services Smart Home Market Share Leaders by Installed Systems
Figure 45: Managed Services Smart Home Market Share Leaders by Installed Devices
Figure 46: Managed Services Smart Home Revenues by Segment (2014-2020)
Figure 47: Managed Services Smart Home Installed Devices by Segment (2014-2020)
Figure 48: Managed Services Smart Home Units by Application (2014-2020)
Figure 49: Managed Services Smart Home Revenues by Geography (2014-2020)
Figure 50: Managed Services Smart Home Wireless Chipsets by Technology (2014-2020)
Figure 51: Smart Home Safety & Security Competitive Landscape

List of Tables

Table 1: The Smart Home Safety & Security Value System
Table 2: Wireless Sensor Network Technologies At-A-Glance
Table 3: Smart Home Safety & Security Installed Systems by Market (2014-2020)
Table 4: Smart Home Safety & Security Wireless Unit Shipments by Market (2014-2020)
Table 5: Smart Home Safety & Security Revenues by Market (2014-2020)
Table 6: Smart Home Safety & Security Unit Shipments by Product Type (2014-2020)
Table 7: Smart Home Safety & Security Revenues, Equipment & Services (2014-2020)
Table 8: Smart Home Safety & Security Revenues by Geography (2014-2020)
Table 9: Smart Home Safety & Security Wireless Chipsets by Technology (2014-2020)
Table 10: Managed Services Smart Home Installed Systems by Segment (2014-2020)
Table 11: Managed Services Smart Home Revenues by Segment (2014-2020)
Table 12: Managed Services Smart Home Installed Devices by Segment (2014-2020)
Table 13: Managed Services Smart Home Wireless Units by Application (2014-2020)
Table 14: Managed Services Smart Home Revenues by Geography (2014-2020)
Table 15: Managed Services Smart Home Wireless Chipsets by Technology (2014-2020)
Table 16: Smart Home Wireless Components – Profiles
Table 17: Smart Home Safety & Security Systems - Profiles
Table 18: Smart Home Cloud Platforms & Software – Profiles
Table 19: Smart Home Platforms & Service Providers – Profiles

 

Date of Publication:
Nov 12, 2015
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Number of Pages:
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