1. Market Research
  2. > Wireless Technology
  3. > Internet Of Things Market Trends
  4. > Home Automation Architecture - Types, Applications, Ne Developments, Industry Structure and Global Markets

Home Automation Architecture - Types, Applications, Ne Developments, Industry Structure and Global Markets

  • November 2014
  • -
  • Innovative Research and Products (iRAP), Inc.
  • -
  • 130 pages

Home automation is the residential extension of building automation. It is automation of home systems and appliances, housework, or household activity. Home automation may include centralized control of lighting, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), appliances, security locks on gates and doors and other systems, with the goal(s) of providing improved convenience, comfort, energy efficiency and security. Home automation for the elderly and disabled can provide enhanced quality of life for persons who might otherwise require caregivers or institutional care.

The popularity of home automation has been increasing quickly in recent years due to much greater affordability and simplicity with Smartphone and tablet connectivity. The concept of the "Internet of Things" has tied in closely with the popularization of home automation.

A home automation system integrates electrical devices in a house with each other. The techniques employed in home automation include those in building automation as well as the control of domestic activities, such as home entertainment systems, houseplant and yard watering, pet feeding, changing the ambiance for different events (such as dinners or parties), and the use of domestic robots. Devices may be connected through a computer network to allow control by a personal computer, and may allow remote access from the Internet. Through the integration of information technologies with the home environment, systems and appliances are able to communicate in an integrated manner, which results in convenience, energy efficiency and safety.

STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES

This iRAP report has been prepared to highlight the many new developments in home automation and to estimate the markets in this new emerging industry.

Over the past decade, consumers have rapidly embraced mobile telecommunications; connectivity has allowed them to stay more and more in touch with friends and colleagues. Now, the addition of connectivity to home appliances and the arrival of new online energy management tools are creating the right environment for a new market in “smart” home services.

The existing niche home automation market is being transformed by the mass-market availability of connected smart devices that enable a wide variety of new smart-home services. Both the utilities and communications sectors are playing a significant role in this transformation.

This report explores trend in 2013 in capabilities of mobile technologies and the mobile ecosystem that will be crucial for enabling companies from the utility, home security, mobile health and entertainment industries to design and deliver viable and valued smart-home services.

In addition, the report looks at how the sharp decline in the cost of broadband connectivity and embedded chipsets as well as the emergence of low-power technologies for home area networking are providing an expanding technological platform for the proliferation of smart-home devices.

This study focuses on home automation architecture product and devices, types, applications, new developments, industry and global markets, providing market data about the size and growth of the application segments and including a detailed patent analysis, company profiles and industry trends. Another goal of this report is to provide a detailed and comprehensive multi-client study of the market in North America, Europe, Japan and the rest of the world (ROW) for home automation architecture and potential business opportunities in the future.

The objectives include thorough coverage of the underlying economic issues driving home automation products, services and solutions and analysis of the impacts of acquisitions and mergers of companies engaged in the home automation business. Another important objective is to provide realistic market data and forecasts for home automation products, services and solutions. This report provides the most thorough and up-to-date assessment that can be found anywhere on the subject. The study also provides extensive quantification of the many important facets of market developments in home automation architecture all over the world. This, in turn, contributes to the determination of what kinds of strategic responses companies may adopt in order to compete in this dynamic market.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

The home automation market is growing fast. Market research forecasts that the number of connected devices and sensors in an average American home will increase from four today to sixteen in 2015. At that time, 13% of all U.S. households are forecast to have energy management systems installed, and nearly 20% are expected to have monitored security systems in place – up from 2% and 18% today, respectively. In the smart home of the future, these devices will be integrated into intelligent, interconnected and interoperable systems.

Several candidates are vying for leadership in introducing smart-home services to the mass market. Historically, connected home services were led by home automation system manufacturers and installation companies, but new contenders are emerging among the utility companies, telecom companies, home energy management providers, and even gaming companies.

In the last five years, many changes have occurred. The telecommunications sector has begun to address the smart home opportunity. Many of the early service launches have been based on fixed-line access, taking advantage of telcos’ existing base of home broadband gateways and IP TV set-top boxes to add home control and monitoring tools. Smart-home services have been dubbed the “fifth play,” added to telco service portfolios alongside voice, data, TV and mobile devices. Mobile operators, providing broadband connectivity to complement fixed broadband, will also be able to leverage existing networks to provide a home gateway to control smart-home devices. Therefore, iRAP felt a need to do a detailed technology update and analysis of this industry.

CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY

The study is intended to benefit existing manufacturers of security and home automation products, service providers and solution providers. Low-cost security and home automation products are positioned to become a preferred solution over older and more conventional products.

This study also provides the most complete accounting of the growth of security and home automation products, service providers and solution provider in North America, Europe, Japan and the rest of the world currently available in a multi-client format. The markets have also been estimated according to technology level, systems preferences of customers, technology platform and geographical region.

The study also provides extensive quantification of the many important facets of market developments in the emerging markets of security and home automation products, service providers and solution providers, such as South Korea, Singapore, Australia and China. This, in turn, contributes to the determination of what kind of strategic response suppliers may adopt in order to compete in this dynamic market.

FORMAT AND SCOPE

The market data contained in this report quantify opportunities for security and home automation products, service providers and solution providers. In addition to product types, the report also covers the many issues concerning the merits and future prospects of the security and home automation products, service providers and solution providers businesses, including corporate strategies, information technologies, and the means for providing these highly advanced products and service offerings. It also covers in detail the economic and technological issues regarded by many as critical to the industry’s current state of change. The report provides a review of the security and home automation products, service providers and solution providers industry and its structure and the many companies involved in providing these products. The competitive position of the main players in the market and their strategic options are also discussed, as well as such competitive factors as marketing, distribution and operations.

TO WHOM THE STUDY CATERS

The study will benefit existing and new manufacturers of security and home automation products, service providers and solution providers. This study also provides a technical overview of products and providers, including recent technology developments and existing barriers. Therefore, audiences for this study include marketing executives, business unit managers and other decision makers working in the areas of security and home automation products, service providers and solution providers as well as those in companies peripheral to these businesses.

REPORT SUMMARY

Home automation (HA) has made good headway into commercial markets in the past few years and is still growing. Today, it is possible to control an entire “smart” home – audio, video, lights, thermostats, IP cameras, security systems and much more – with easy taps and gestures. It is possible to quickly browse movie, artwork, or music collections. Easy-to-use applications provide real-time, touch control of audiovisual systems, lighting, shades, room temperatures and more, from Android phone or iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, or any other devices which can seamlessly communicate with a HA control system via 3G, GPRS, or EDGE cellular networks or Wi-Fi, to allow the convenience of remote use and control.

“Managed solutions” refer to standard HA products offered by broadband service operators. This category had the largest market share of the total market in 2013. It includes, besides traditional home security companies like The ADT Corporation, major telecom operators such as Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Comcast, Time Warner Cable Enterprises LLC, Swisscom AG and Bell Aliant Inc. Cable operators such as Cablevision Systems Corporation, Bright House Networks and others have already made public announcements regarding HA services; some have begun initial rollouts, and many more will jump into the game this year. Manufacturers of HA products need cable and telephone lines to connect their automation systems, while cable and telecom companies sell services based on gear supplied by the industrial companies, so manufacturers as well as cable and telecom companies act as both partners and competitors.

In coming years, providers will decide which business model suits them best – selling devices and offering installation, offering menus of subscription-based services, or partnering with big retailers that offer home automation systems.

A rising standard of living, combined with growing awareness of energy efficiency and security requirements, is driving the demand for HA products. Steady recovery in the global economy and the real estate industry will also boost the market. Increasing numbers of young, technology-savvy home owners represent a positive indication for the future of the HA market. The growing smartphone and tablet markets are another positive indication for this market, as smartphones and tablets can be used in alliance with wireless technologies and the Internet for controlling and monitoring home devices and appliances.

Technology advancement and innovation represent the key driving factors for the growth of the HA market. There is great demand for cost-efficient wireless home automation products as installation and maintenance costs for consumers decrease. Significant opportunity exists for HA products with availability of intelligent appliances certified to operate on low power and low-cost wireless technologies such as Z-wave, ZigBee and EnOcean. Introduction of low-cost HA products will help vendors penetrate the market and enhance the customer base.

There is additional opportunity in the area of enabling services such as remote device monitoring, firmware updating, and data management and analytics, among others. These services are essential to masking complexity from the householder and delivering a high-quality and robust user experience. Mobile operators are well placed to offer large-scale, cost-effective platforms to serve these requirements

Major findings of this report are:

• The global market for HA architecture was estimated to reach $11.95 billion in 2013, and is expected to grow to US$ 20.85 billion by 2018 with a CAGR of 11.7%.

• Managed solutions offered by security services and telecom operators had the largest market share in 2013, followed by mainstream automation architecture (catering to bespoke requirements), luxury installations and the remaining in point products (DIY) architectures.

• From 2013 to 2018, telecom/mobile network operators will play a major role in reaching the mass market through affordable service and partnerships with manufacturers of HA products.

• Manufacturers of HA architecture expect competition to persist and intensify in the future from a number of different sources. Increased competition could result in reduced prices and gross margins and could require increased spending on research and development, sales and marketing, and customer support.

• In HA networking, low-power, low-cost, low band width wireless technologies have the largest market share followed by wired technology or a hybrid mix of wired and wireless technology.

• In 2013, security products and services in HA was the top preference of customers, with the remaining for the luxury, comfort and environmental aspects of HA architecture.

• Regionally, North America had the largest market share followed by Europe, Japan, and the rest of the world. The average annual growth rate (AAGR) is expected to be 7.7% to16.8 % for the four major regions surveyed for the period 2013 to 2018.

• In the rest of the world, Australia, Dubai and South Africa are playing key roles in promoting the HA market.

Table Of Contents

Home Automation Architecture - Types, Applications, Ne Developments, Industry Structure and Global Markets
INTRODUCTION 1
STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES 1
REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY 2
CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY 3
SCOPE AND FORMAT 3
METHODOLOGY 4
INFORMATION SOURCES 5
WHOM THE STUDY CATERS TO 5
AUTHOR'S CREDENTIALS 6
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 8
SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE OF SECURITY AND HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE BY MARKET SEGMENT 2013 AND 2018 10
SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE OF
SECURITY AND HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE BY MARKET SEGMENT 2013 AND 2018 10
INDUSTRY OVERVIEW 12
BUSINESS MODELS 13
MANAGED SOLUTIONS 13
TABLE 1 COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE PROVIDER ACTIVITY IN THE MANAGED SOLUTIONS HOME AUTOMATION MARKET 14
MAINSTREAM AUTOMATION 15
LUXURY INSTALLATIONS 16
POINT PRODUCTS/DO-IT-YOURSELF MARKET 16
TABLE 2 MANUFACTURERS OF CONTROL DEVICES IN HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE 17
TABLE 3 KEY EMERGING SERVICEOPTIONS AND CONTROLLABLE SYSTEMS IN HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE 18
PRICE STRUCTURE 20
LUXURY INSTALLATIONS 20
MAINSTREAM AUTOMATION 20
MANAGED SOLUTIONS 21
TABLE 4 MANAGED SOLUTIONS HOME AUTOMATION COST STRUCTURE COMPARISON FOR 2013 21
POINT PRODUCT (DIY) HOME AUTOMATION 23
MARKET SIZE AND ANALYSIS 24
TABLE 5 MARKET SIZE FOR MANAGED SOLUTIONS IN HOME AUTOMATION 24
MARKET SIZE BY TYPES OF HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE 26
TABLE 6 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE OF SECURITY AND HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE BY MARKET SEGMENT FROM 2013 TO 2018 27
FIGURE 1 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE OF SECURITY AND HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE BY MARKET SEGMENT FROM 2013 TO 2018 28
MARKET SIZE BY FEATURE PREFERENCEIN HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE 29
TABLE 7 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE BY FEATURE PREFERANCE IN HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE FROM 2013 TO 2018 29
FIGURE 2 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE DIFFRENTIATION BETWEEN SECURITY OPTION AND HOME AUTOMATION OPTON ARCHITECTURE FROM 2013 TO 2018 30
MARKET SIZE BY TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMIN HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE 31
TABLE 8 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE OF HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE BY TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM INTEGRATING 31
HOME DEVICES FROM 2013 TO 2018 31
FIGURE 3 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE OF HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE BY TECHNOLOGYPLATFORM INTEGRATING HOME DEVICES FROM 2013 TO 2018 32
TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW 33
FIGURE 4 TYPICAL STRUCTURE DIAGRAM OF HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE SYSTEM 34
HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE MARKET SEGMENTS 35
LUXURY INSTALLATION CONSTRUCTION AND CHARACTERISTICS 35
TABLE 9 SELECT LIST OF HOME AUTOMATION INTEGRATORS, PROFESSIONALS AND CHANNEL PARTNERS 37
MAINSTREAM HOME AUTOMATION CONSTRUCTION AND CHARACTERISTICS 37
TABLE 10 SELECT LIST OF MAINSTREAM HOME AUTOMATION MANUFACTURERS 39
MANAGED SOLUTIONS HOME AUTOMATION CONSTRUCTION AND CHARACTERISTICS 39
TABLE 11 MANAGED SOLUTIONS PROVIDERSIN THE HOME AUTOMATION MARKET, 2013 40
POINT PRODUCTS (DO-IT-YOURSELF) HOME AUTOMATION CONSTRUCTION AND CHARACTERISTICS 41
TECHNOLOGY PROTOCOLS USED IN HOME AUTOMATION NETWORKING ARCHITECTURE 42
FIGURE 5 PHYSICAL LINK/COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES OF A CLASSIC HOME AUTOMATION NETWORK WITH CENTRAL UNIT INTERFACE 43
TABLE 12 WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY ADOPTED IN HOME AUTOMATION BY MARKET SEGMENT 45
TYPES OF HOME AUTOMATION COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS 46
TABLE 13 TYPES OF HOME AUTOMATION COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS 46
COMPATIBILTY OF SERVICE PROVIDER CONTROLLERS AND HOME AUTOMATION PRODUCTS 50
TABLE 14 NEXIA SUPPORTED Z-WAVE 5.02 DEVICE CLASS LISTING FOR CERTIFIED MANUFACTURERS 51
INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS 52
BUSINESS MODELS 52
MANAGED SOLUTIONS 53
MAINSTREAM AUTOMATION 53
LUXURY INSTALLATIONS 53
POINT PRODUCTS OR DO-IT-YOURSELF (DIY) MARKET 54
GROWTH IN THE MARKET 54
TABLE 15 COMPANY PRODUCT REFERENCE FOR HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE RELATED MATERIAL SUPPLIERS, WIRELESS HOME AUTOMATION SERVICE PROVIDERS, SYSTEM INTEGRATORS, DEALERS AND STORES 55
TABLE 16 GLOBAL MARKET SHARE OF TOP COMPANIES IN HOME AUTOMATION PRODUCTS AND SERVICES IN 2013 58
REGIONAL MARKETS 59
TABLE 17 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE OF HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE MARKET BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 59
FIGURE 6 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE OF HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE MARKET BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 60
ACQUISITIONS, MERGERS AND ALLIANCES 61
TABLE 18 PARTNERSHIP AND COLLABORATION DEALS IN HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE FROM 2010 THROUGHJANUARY 2014 61
TABLE 19 ASSOCIATIONS AND ALLIANCES ENGAGED IN UNIFYING TECHNOLOGIES AND STANDARDS FOR HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE 63
NEW DEVELOPMENTS AND PATENT ANALYSIS 65
U.S. PATENTS AND PATENT ANALYSIS 65
TABLE 20 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTED TO COMPANIES MANUFACTURING HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE PRODUCTSFROM 2009 THROUGH 2013 (TO JULY 31) 66
FIGURE 7 TOP COMPANIES IN TERMS OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTEDFOR HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTUREFROM JANUARY 2009 THROUGH JULY 2013 67
OVERVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL U.S. PATENT ACTIVITYIN HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE PRODUCTS 67
TABLE 21 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTED BY ASSIGNEDCOUNTRY/REGION FOR HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE PRODUCTS FROM JANUARY 2009 THROUGH JULY 2013 68
DETAILS OF U.S. PATENTS ISSUED FOR HOME AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE PRODUCTS 69
GATEWAY REGISTRY METHODS AND SYSTEMS 69
FORMING A SECURITY NETWORK INCLUDING INTEGRATED SECURITY SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND NETWORK DEVICES 69
MLOCK DEVICE AND ASSOCIATED METHODS 69
SECURITY NETWORK INTEGRATED WITH PREMISE SECURITY SYSTEM 70
CABLE CORD RETRACTOR 70
SYSTEM FOR STORING MULTIPLE CABLE RETRACTORS 71
COMMUNICATION AND SYNCHRONIZATION IN A NETWORKED TIME KEEPING ENVIRONMENT 71
JOINING A MESH NETWORK IN A MULTIPLE NETWORK ENVIRONMENT 72
LOCATION OF MOBILE NETWORK NODES 72
MULTI-PIECE STAND FOR MOBILE COMPUTING DEVICE 72
METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR AUTOMATICALLY PROVIDING ALTERNATE NETWORK ACCESS FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS 73
DETERMINING HDCP SOURCE KSV SUPPORT 73
COMBINATION DOOR LATCH AND DEADBOLT ASSEMBLY 74
COMPACT SATELLITE ANTENNA 74
SMART LOAD CONTROL DEVICE HAVING A ROTARY ACTUATOR 75
ELECTRICAL DEVICE MOUNTING ADAPTER 75
APPLICATION-SPECIFIC SERIAL PORT REDIRECTOR 76
SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR EVALUATING CHANGES IN THE EFFICIENCY OF AN HVAC SYSTEM 76
METHOD OF CALIBRATING A DAYLIGHT SENSOR 76
SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR USING A NETWORK OF THERMOSTATS AS TOOL TO VERIFY PEAK DEMAND REDUCTION 77
APPRATUS FOR RAPIDLY VERIFYING TOLERANCES OF PRECISION COMPONENTS 77
VIDEO SWITCHING DEVICE CONFIGURED TO PROVIDE AT LEAST PART OF A FIRST VIDEO COMPONENT FROM A FIRST VIDEO SOURCE AND SECOND VIDEO COMPONENT TO A TARGET VIDEO DESTINATION 78
HIGH SPEED DATA COMMUNICATIONS CABLE HAVING REDUCED SUSCEPTIBILITY TO MODAL ALIEN CROSSTALK 78
FACEPLATE GUIDELIGHT SYSTEM 79
TURN-BUTTON WITH LEADING HELICAL END 79
METHOD OF CONTROLLING AN OPERATING FREQUENCY OF AN ELECTRONIC DIMMING BALLAST 79
COMMUNICATION NETWORK FOR CONTROLLING DEVICES 80
NETWORK SYSTEMS AND METHODS TO PULL VIDEO 80
MODULAR WIRING SYSTEM 80
OPTICAL SHADE CONTROLLER SYSTEM FOR CONTROLLING A ROLLER SHADE USING A VARIABLE LINEAR VELOCITY 81
METHOD FOR REPLACING A LOAD CONTROL DEVICE OF A LOAD CONTROL SYSTEM 81
MOBILE MEDIA DEVICE ENCLOSURE (MMDE), METHOD OF USE, AND METHOD OF PROVIDING MMDE 82
MANUAL OVERIDE MECHANISM FOR ELECTROMECHANICAL LOCKS 82
HYBRID LIGHT SOURCE 83
LOCK ASSEMBLY 83
SYSTEM FOR SYNCRONIZING A PLURALITY OF ROLLER SHADES USING VARIABLE LINEAR VELOCITIES 83
SMART ENERGY NETWORK CONFIGURATION USING LINK KEY DATABASE 84
PREMISES MANAGEMENT NETWORKING 84
METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR REMOTELY CONTROLLING ACCESS TO AN ACCESS POINT 85
SELF-DESCRIBING DEVICE MODULE AND SYSTEM AND COMPUTER-READABLE MEDIUM FOR THE PRODUCTION THEREOF 85
SEARCHING TWO OR MORE MEDIA SOURCES FOR MEDIA 85
LIGHTING CONTROL PROTOCOL 86
SERVER-MEDIATED SETUP AND MAINTENANCE OF PEER-TO-PEER CLIENT COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS 86
METHOD OF AUTOMATICALLY CONTROLLING A MOTORIZED WINDOW TREATMENT WHILE MINIMIZING OCCUPANT DISTRACTIONS 86
DUAL LOAD CONTROL DEVICE 87
COMPUTER SYSTEM AND METHOD TO DISPATCH AND RECEIVE A MESSAGE RESPONSIVE TO THE OCCURRENCE OF AN EVENT 87
ROUTE SELECTION SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PROMOTING ROUTE DISTRIBUTIONS AMONG MULTIPLE DEVICES IN A WIRELESS MESH NETWORK 88
ELECTRONIC DOOR WITH KEY-IN-LEVER FEATURE 88
METHOD AND SYSTEM TO PROGRAM PROGRAMMABLE INPUT OUTPUT (PIO) PINS VIA NON-STORAGE OF A CONTROL MESSAGE IN A CLIENT 89
WIRELESS OCCUPANCY SENSING WITH PORTABLE POWER SWITCHING 89
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR A CLIENT CONNECTION MANAGER 89
RF WIRELESS DEVICE INCLUDING AN INFRARED BEACON FOR PRESENCE DETECTION 90
CONTROLLER INTERFACE WITH MULTIPLE DAY PROGRAMMING 90
CONTROLLER INTERFACE WITH SEPARATE SCHEDULE REVIEW MODE 90
HYBRID LIGHT SOURCE 91
BATTERY-POWERED OCCUPANCY SENSOR 91
HANDHELD PROGRAMMER FOR LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEM 92
CLOSED LOOP DAYLIGHT HARVESTING LIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM HAVING AUTO-CALIBRATION 92
PORTABLE WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL UNIT FOR USE WITH ZONED HVAC SYSTEM 93
GATEWAY REGISTRY METHODS AND SYSTEMS 93
ELECTRONIC ACCESSORIES FOR DIGITAL MUSIC PLAYERS AND RELATED METHODS 94
SYSTEM FOR DATA ROUTING IN NETWORKS 94
METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR FAST SCAN LOCATION IDENTIFICATION 94
SYSTEM, METHOD, AND COMPUTER-READABLE MEDIUM FOR DYNAMIC DEVICE DISCOVERY FOR SERVERS BINDING TO MULTIPLE MASTERS 95
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR QUIET FAN SPEED CONTROL 95
HVAC CONTROLLER WITH GUIDED SCHEDULE PROGRAMMING 96
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CONFIGURING AN HVAC CONTROLLER 96
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ASSOCIATING NETWORK ENTITIES 96
AUTOMATIC SWITCH CONFIGURATION 96
MULTIPLE LOCATION DIMMING SYSTEM 97
ROLLER SHADE SYSTEM HAVING A PLEATED FABRIC 97
BATTERY-BACKED POWER INTERFACE TRANSFORMER FOR LOW-POWER DEVICES 97
PROGRAMMABLE LOCK CYLINDER ASSEMBLY 98
TAKEOVER PROCESSES IN SECURITY NETWORK INTEGRATED WITH PREMISE SECURITY SYSTEM 98
OCCUPANCY SENSING WITH SELECTIVE EMISSION 99
TENSIONED ROLLER SHADE SYSTEM HAVING A CONICAL, GROOVED SPOOL 99
FORCE INVARIANT TOUCH SENSITIVE ACTUATOR 99
WALL MOUNT ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER 100
SYSTEM, METHOD AND COMPUTER READABLE MEDIUM FOR COMMUNICATING WITH A ZIGBEE DEVICE FROM A PERIPHERAL NETWORK 100
LAN BY ULTRA-WIDEBAND SYSTEM AND METHOD 101
TAKEOVER PROCESSES IN SECURITY NETWORK INTEGRATED WITH PREMISE SECURITY SYSTEM 101
NETWORKED TOUCHSCREEN WITH INTEGRATED INTERFACES 101
METHODS FOR REMOTE DEVICE STATUS DETERMINATION 102
RECORDING METHOD FOR VIDEO/AUDIO DATA 102
HIGH SPEED DATA COMMUNICATIONS CONNECTOR WITH REDUCED MODAL CONVERSION 103
LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEM AND THREE WAY OCCUPANCY SENSOR 103
DIMMER SWITCH 103
HIGH SPEED DATA COMMUNICATIONS CONNECTOR CIRCUITS, SYSTEMS, AND METHODS FOR REDUCING CROSSTALK IN COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 104
SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR USING A NETWORK OF THERMOSTATS AS TOOL TO VERIFY PEAK DEMAND REDUCTION 104
MONITORING DEVICE 105
POWER MANAGEMENT FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 105
RECORDING METHOD FOR VIDEO/AUDIO DATA 105
THEATRICAL LIGHTING CONTROL NETWORK 106
METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR PERFORMING A SERVER-ASSISTED FILE TRANSFER 106
GATEWAY REGISTRY METHODS AND SYSTEMS 106
INTERNET CONTROL SYSTEM COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL, METHOD AND COMPUTER PROGRAM 107
SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR RECEIVING ANALOG AND DIGITAL INPUT 107
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR REMOTELY CONTROLLING A COMPUTER WITH PEER-TO-PEER COMMAND AND DATA TRANSFER 107
WALL BOX MOUNTING APPARATUS 108
COMPANY PROFILES 109
THE ADT CORPORATION 109
AMX LLC 110
ATandT INC. 110
TIME WARNER CABLE ENTERPRISES LLC 128
VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS INC. 128
VIVINT INC. 129
YALE REAL LIVINGTM 130
ZIGBEE ALLIANCE 130

View This Report »

Get Industry Insights. Simply.

  • Latest reports & slideshows with insights from top research analysts
  • 24 Million searchable statistics with tables, figures & datasets
  • More than 10,000 trusted sources
24/7 Customer Support

Talk to Veronica

+1 718 514 2762

Purchase Reports From Reputable Market Research Publishers
Worldwide Internet of Things (IoT) Market

Worldwide Internet of Things (IoT) Market

  • $ 6000
  • Industry report
  • October 2016
  • by Venn Research, Inc.

WHAT REPORT COVERS: This is one of the comprehensive research report published on Internet of Things (IoT). Within this research report, VENN Research has covered the building blocks (architecture, technologies, ...

Connected Home Market and Implications of Cyber Risks

Connected Home Market and Implications of Cyber Risks

  • $ 6000
  • Industry report
  • August 2016
  • by Frost & Sullivan

Understanding Threats and Opportunities within Smart Technology Ecosystems of North American Homes The ecosystem of the connected homes market has expanded quite rapidly over the last five years, encompassing ...

IoT Sensors Market by Type, Network Technology, Vertical, and Region - Global Forecast to 2022

IoT Sensors Market by Type, Network Technology, Vertical, and Region - Global Forecast to 2022

  • $ 5650
  • Industry report
  • August 2016
  • by MarketsandMarkets

The IoT sensors market is expected to grow from USD 3.34 billion in 2015 to USD 38.41 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 42.08% between 2016 and 2022. The growth of this market is propelled by the development ...


ref:plp2014

Reportlinker.com © Copyright 2016. All rights reserved.

ReportLinker simplifies how Analysts and Decision Makers get industry data for their business.