Australia - Connected Homes

Attention: There is an updated edition available for this report.

The connected home covers many areas, from data, video and audio delivery, through to smart appliances, security and home automation. While the technologies in these domains have both existed and evolved for many years, implementing connected home solutions has traditionally been costly and complex.

People are becoming more connected, with an ever-increasing number using broadband, wider and deeper uptake of tablets, smartphones and a range of other devices, and the services.

The Broadband Connected Home' can be viewed as a fixed location/premise where a number of devices share a connection to the outside world. It is recognised that there can be multiple separate networks within the home, and also multiple points of connection to the Internet.

1. Synopsis
2. Overview and introduction
2.1 Smart Homes - Analysis 2016
2.2 Connected communities
2.3 Communication, smart energy and home automation
2.4 Overview of new High-tech home devices
3. Connected devices set to triple by 2020
4. Australians@HOME
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Cooking
4.3 Entertaining
4.4 Attitudes to Cleaning
4.5 Connected Home Technology
4.6 Conclusions
5. Connected Home Surveys
6. Connected Future Survey
7. NBN Co/Ovum Survey
8. Smart home automation market growing to nearly $1bn by 2017
9. Telstra's connected home strategies
10. Smart Home in Armidale
11. Connected lifestyle
12. CSIROs Eddy for smart-home energy control
13. Other Reports:
Table 1 - Average Internet connected devices per household to 2020
Table 2 Future smart home requirements
Exhibit 1 Home automation systems
Exhibit 2 - Samsung Australians@HOME Products

Download our eBook: How to Succeed Using Market Research

Learn how to effectively navigate the market research process to help guide your organization on the journey to success.

Download eBook