Connected Home and IoT: Market Opportunities and Forecasts 2015 - 2020
Connected Home is an extension of home automation and operators in conjunction with the Internet of Things (IoT) wherein devices inside the home are connected to each other via the Internet and/or via a short-range wireless mesh network and are typically operated using remote access device such as smartphone, tablet or any other mobile computing unit. There is significant growth potential in this market as market leaders such as Google, Netflix, and others have laid the foundation for many other ecosystem competitors to expand beyond home entertainment into many other areas.
There is also an emerging significant business opportunity for Cloud Service Providers and Big Data Analytics within the IoT in Connected Home ecosystem. Management of unstructured data (Big Data) and directly attributed to IoT in Connected Home is anticipated to represent a $7 billion market by 2020. This market opportunity will grow with a CAGR of 27.7% through 2020. Mind Commerce sees the fastest growing segments through 2020 as Home Energy Conservation with a CAGR of 49.4% and IoT in Utility Monitoring with a CAGR of 59.8%.
This report evaluates the market for the Internet of Things (IoT) in Connected Homes and includes evaluation of market drivers, companies, solutions, and forecast 2015 – 2020. All purchases of Mind Commerce reports includes time with an expert analyst who will help you link key findings in the report to the business issues you're addressing. This needs to be used within three months of purchasing the report.
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Telecom service providers
Embedded systems companies
Systems integration companies
Wireless device manufacturers
Telecom and IT infrastructure suppliers
IoT and Connected Home service providers
Companies in Report:
Crestron Electronics Inc.
Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA)
General Electric (GE)
Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Nest Labs (Google)
Oregan Networks Ltd.
Qualcomm Atheros Inc.
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- 1 Introduction
- 1.1 Scope of the Research
- 1.2 Intended Audience
- 1.3 Companies Covered in This Report
- 2 Executive Summary
- 2.1 Markets for Connected Home: 2015 - 2020
- 2.2 New Business Opportunities due to Connected Home: 2015 - 2020
- 2.3 North America to Dominate, but CALA Region to experience fastest Growth
- 3 Connected Home Overview
- 3.1 Market Definition
- 3.2 Market Potential
- 3.3 Global Markets for Connected Home 2015 - 2020
- 3.4 Regional Markets for Connected Homes 2015 - 2020
- 3.4.1 Regional Markets for Connected Home Entertainment 2015 - 2020
- 3.4.2 Regional Markets for Connected Home Security and Monitoring 2015 - 2020
- 3.4.3 Regional Markets for Connected Home Energy Conservation 2015 - 2020
- 3.4.4 Regional Markets for Connected Home Utility Monitoring 2015 - 2020
- 3.5 Emerging Business Opportunities in Connected Home 2015 - 2020
- 3.6 Significant Business Opportunities for Cloud Service Providers and Big Data Analytics
- 3.7 Key Developments in Connected Home Market
- 3.7.1 Partnerships, Mergers & Acquisitions
- 126.96.36.199 Samsung acquired SmartThings
- 188.8.131.52 Google acquired Nest Labs
- 184.108.40.206 Qualcomm acquired Atheros
- 3.7.2 British Gas changing its Current Meters to Smart Meters by 2020
- 3.7.3 Apple to Launch Smart HomeKit in early 2015
- 3.7.4 Proto Homes offering Prefabricated Connected Homes
- 3.7.5 Thread to Release its 1.0 Version in June 2015
- 4 Connected Home Fundamentals
- 4.1 Concept of Connected Home and Role of IoT
- 4.2 Connected Home Use Cases
- 4.3 Connected Home Benefits
- 4.4 System and Software Requirements for Connected Home
- 4.4.1 System Elements
- 4.4.2 Network and Network Protocols
- 220.127.116.11 Wireless Mesh Network
- 18.104.22.168 IoT wireless Protocols
- 5 Marketing Strategies for Connected Home
- 5.1 Implementing Traditional Marketing Strategies to Connected Home
- 5.2 Strategies for Business Success by Year 2020
- 5.3 Marketing Strategy for Connected Home through 2020
- 5.3.1 Use of Big Data and Analytics to Understand Consumer Behavior and Usage Patterns
- 5.3.2 Partnerships with Diversified Companies working in IoT
- 6 Connected Home Vendor Ecosystem
- 6.1.1 Broader Categories of IoT Vendors in Connected Home
- 6.1.2 IoT Platform Developers
- 6.1.3 IoT Software and Apps Developers
- 6.1.4 IoT Hardware Manufacturers
- 22.214.171.124 Short Range Low Power Radio Device Manufacturers
- 126.96.36.199 Systems-on-Chip (SoC) Fabricators
- 6.1.5 Network Devices: Gateway / Hub / Router / Bridges Manufacturers
- 6.1.6 Sensors and Thermostats Manufacturers
- 6.1.7 Connected Consumer Devices Manufacturers
- 6.2 Vendor Collaboration: The Next Big Thing in IoT and Connected Home
- 6.3 Network Protocol Developers in IoT and Connected Home
- 6.3.1 ZigBee Alliance
- 6.3.2 Z-Wave Alliance
- 6.3.3 Insteon
- 6.3.4 Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA)
- 6.3.5 Thread
- 6.4 ALLSEEN Alliance
- 7 Leading IoT in Connected Homes Companies and Solutions
- 7.1 Amdocs
- 7.1.1 Amdocs Connected Home Solutions
- 7.2 Apple Inc.
- 7.3 ARM Holdings
- 7.4 British Gas
- 7.5 Crestron Electronics Inc.
- 7.6 Entropic
- 7.7 General Electric (GE)
- 7.8 Hewlett-Packard (HP)
- 7.9 Honeywell
- 7.10 Jasper
- 7.11 LG Electronics
- 7.12 Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc.
- 7.13 Marvell
- 7.14 Nest Labs.
- 7.15 Netgear
- 7.16 Netgem
- 7.17 Oregan Networks Ltd.
- 7.18 Proto Homes
- 7.19 Qualcomm Atheros Inc.
- 7.20 Samsung Electronics
- 7.21 SmartThings
- 7.22 Technicolor
- 7.23 Whirlpool
- 7.24 Wink
- 8 Conclusions and Recommendations
- 8.1 Connected Consumer Device Life Cycle Management Issues
- 8.2 Challenges for the Business Growth 2015 - 2020
- 8.2.1 Loosing Privacy and Individual Preferences
- 8.2.2 Interoperability of Devices of Different Brands is Hectic
- 8.2.3 Lack of Technical Knowledge
- 8.2.4 Addressing Diversified Needs of Customers
- 8.2.5 Importance of Addressing Existing non IoT Compliant Devices in the Home
- Figure 1: Diagram of Connected Home
- Figure 2: Marketing Strategy for IoT in Connected Home 2020
- Figure 3: Connected Home Purchase Cycle
- Table 1: Global Markets for Connected Home 2015 - 2020
- Table 2: Global Markets for Connected Home 2015 - 2020
- Table 3: Markets for Connected Home by Segment 2015 - 2020
- Table 4: Markets for Connected Home by Geography 2015 - 2020
- Table 5: Global Markets for Connected Home Entertainment 2015 – 2020
- Table 6: Global Markets for Home Security and Monitoring 2015 - 2020
- Table 7: Global Markets for Connected Home Energy Conservation Devices 2015 – 2020
- Table 8: Global Markets for Connected Utility Monitoring Devices 2015 - 2020
- Table 9: Revenue by Vendor Type 2015 - 2020
- Table 10: Revenue for Software and Services 2015 - 2020
- Chart 1: Global Markets for Connected Home 2015 - 2020
- Chart 2: Global Markets for Connected Home 2015 - 2020
- Chart 3: Markets for Connected Home by Segment
- Chart 4: Market for Connected Home by Geography
- Chart 5: Global Markets for Connected Home Entertainment 2015 - 2020
- Chart 6: Global Markets for Connected Home Security & Monitoring Solutions 2015 – 2020
- Chart 7: Global Markets for Connected Home Energy Conservation Monitoring Devices 2015 - 2020
- Chart 8: Global Markets for Connected Home Utility Monitoring Devices 2015 - 2020
- Chart 9: Revenue by Vendor Type 2015 - 2020
- Chart 10: Revenue for Software and Services 2015 - 2020