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Next generation home security devices achieve a complete replacement of existing security systems, 3D video cameras, automated connected thermostats, access sensors, and intrusion detection devices can al alert a person on the smart phone. Devices are wireless, are more energy efficient, last longer and have a significantly lower cost of operation. With successful strategies for increased market presence, product leadership and cost-efficiency, apps are well positioned for continued long-term profitable growth driven by the major economic trends: urbanization, rapid technological development and increased security requirements.
There is significant innovation in the market for the connected home. Lower hardware prices, increased bandwidth availability, abundance of cloud capacity, sensor miniaturization, advances in wireless standards and mobile device smart phone evolution are market forces. Improved interfaces and alerting systems are the foundation for the connected home. Home integrated networks implement home energy management (HEM) and security for the connected home. The connected home is evolving into a multibillion-dollar industry as people use the apps on their smart phone to substitute for a security monitoring service. The smart phone can send alerts and allow control of lighting. As wireless communication standards evolve to support systems integration, home owners gain more control of the living environment through remote access controlled by apps on the smart phone.

Growth has huge implications for energy efficiency and demand response. The plethora of wireless communication standards include Wi-Fi, ZigBee, Z-Wave, Thread, and Bluetooth LE. Numerable platforms are available. A lack of standards has presented a substantial barrier to overall smart home adoption by limiting interconnectivity between devices. The best security products to keep the home and family safe are interconnected modules. 2014 saw a wide expansion of security based do-it-yourself (DIY) home devices. Hub-based systems, point solutions, odules, and kits were available as self-install home security units. Security systems are part of a larger smart home systems market. Early adopters are adding to units already in place. The new modules are interconnected to apps on the smart phone. Point solutions category are primarily focused on security. The broader set of connected home solutions have modules that range from thermostats, doorbells and ceiling fans to slow cookers and irrigation controllers. Crowdfunding sites like Indiegogo played a major role in helping drive funding for connected home devices and startups. Consumers, especially in younger generations, expect mobile apps, security cameras, and mobile notification features with their home security systems. Older generations and the non-do-it-yourselfers have a hard time with installation and maintenance of DIY connected home solutions. The combination of needs from both the young and old are creating a favorable environment for strong sustained growth in the Do-It-For-Me (DIFM) interactive security and connected home space.

According to Susan Eustis, leader of the team that prepared the study, “In 2014 the Security for Connected Homes saw a large number of big-name acquisitions and entries. Samsung made an acquisition of SmartThings. Google’s acquisitions were of Nest, Dropcam and Revolv. Apple acquired HomeKit. Quantities of fielded point devices and systems increased. What defines the market is the ability of a device to connect to a smart phone app and send alerts directly from a connected device to a remote smart phone” Open platforms and device interoperability help consumers preserve their investments by building on top of their
existing connected home devices and services. This compatibility also expands the value of connected homes by linking previously isolated devices and services, further enhancing peace of mind and convenience in the home. The hope is to offer consumers a more unified experience by giving them access to all of their devices from a single app or interface and enabling interactions and automation between previously isolated devices and services. Security devices for the connected home markets at $1.2 billion in 2014 are forecast to reach $7.7 billion dollars, worldwide by 2021. The continuation of 2014 trends, combined with low market awareness of the value of home automation, will force many connected home vendors to pivot and offer more than simple apps for device monitoring and control. This leads us to a big trend for 2015: movement toward interoperability between vendors, devices and platforms.

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Security in the Connected Home: Market Shares, Market Strategy, and Market Forecasts, 2015 to 2021
SECURITY DEVICES FOR CONNECTED HOMES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 28
Security for Connected Home Market Driving Forces 28
Security Connected Home Devices 30
Connected Home Security Provides Peace of Mind 32
Interactive Security 32
Market Consolidation And Big-Name Entries 33
Connected Homes Open Platforms And Device Interoperability 34
Connected Homes Evolution Beyond Mobile Apps 35
Connected Homes Software Defined Hardware Interfaces 35
Security for Connected Homes Market Shares 36
Security Devices for Connected Homes Market Forecasts 38
1. SECURITY FOR CONNECTED HOME MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS 40
1.1 Security for Connected Home Market 40
1.1.1 Home Security 42
1.1.2 Apartment Building and Condo Security for Connected Home Market 42
1.1.3 Gated Community Security 43
1.1.4 Connected Home Security Devices Are Used In Multi-Tenant Buildings 43
1.2 Universities and Colleges Education 43
1.3 Healthcare 44
2. SECURITY FOR CONNECTED HOME MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS 45
2.1 Security for Connected Home Market Driving Forces 45
2.1.1 Security Connected Home Devices 47
2.1.2 Connected Home Security Provides Peace of Mind 49
2.1.3 Interactive Security 49
2.1.4 Market Consolidation And Big-Name Entries 50
2.1.5 Connected Homes Open Platforms And Device Interoperability 51
2.1.6 Connected Homes Evolution Beyond Mobile Apps 52
2.1.7 Connected Homes Software Defined Hardware Interfaces 52
2.2 Security for Connected Homes Market Shares 53
2.2.1 Security Device Connected Home Market Shares, Units and Dollars 56
2.2.2 Belkin WeMo 57
2.2.3 Tyco 57
2.2.4 RISCO ProSYS 57
2.2.5 Essence Smart Security 57
2.2.6 Comcast 60
2.2.7 Hager Group Daitem Atral 60
2.2.8 Apple 60
2.2.9 Philips LED Hue 61
2.2.10 Paradox Insight App 61
2.2.11 UTC / Interlogix NetworX 61
2.2.12 GE 62
2.2.13 Google Nest 62
2.3 Security Devices for Connected Homes Market Forecasts 62
2.3.1 Security Devices for Connected Homes Market Segments 64
2.4 Connected Homes Market 68
2.4.1 Connected Homes Market Forecasts 68
2.4.2 Smart Homes Installed Base 73
2.5 Connected Home Security Device Prices 76
2.6 Security Device Connected Home Regional Analysis 78
2.6.1 North America 79
2.6.2 Europe 80
2.6.3 China 80
3. SECURITY FOR CONNECTED HOME PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 81
3.1 Apple 81
3.1.1 Apple HomeKit for Hardware Developers 82
3.2 Philips / Hue 83
3.3 Belkin / WeMo 84
3.3.1 IFTTT Works With WeMo To Connect Home Electronics 85
3.3.2 Belkin WeMo Turn Lights On/Off And Dim Them Remotely 85
3.4 Essence Smart Security 92
3.4.1 Essence System Home Customization 93
3.4.2 Essence Home security Managed with Smart Phone 95
3.4.3 Essence Safety Monitoring At Home 96
3.4.4 Essence EverGuard Suite 98
3.4.5 Essence System Modularity 100
3.4.6 Essence System Flexibility 100
3.4.7 Essence System Personalized Solutions 100
3.4.8 Essence Smart Living 100
3.4.9 Essense WeR@Home 101
3.4.10 Essence Remote Smart Care 106
3.4.11 Essence Care@Home 110
3.4.12 Essence Care@Home Pers 113
3.5 Hager Group Daitem Atral E-Nova Alarm 114
3.5.1 Hager Group Daitem E-Nova Control Panel With Siren 115
3.5.2 Hager Group Daitem Information And Command Keypad 116
3.5.3 Daitem Alarm Pendant 118
3.5.4 Daitem Remote KeyFOB With Information Feedback 119
3.5.5 Daitem Vocal Keypad With Tag Reader And Proximity Detector 120
3.5.6 Daitem Vocal Keypad With Tag Reader And Proximity Detector 121
3.5.7 Daitem External Siren And Strobe With Vocal Messages 123
3.5.8 Daitem Plug-In Transmission Modules 124
3.5.9 Daitem 5 M External Motion Detector 127
3.5.10 Daitem Radio Smoke And Heat Detector, 10 Years Endurance 128
3.6 GE 129
3.7 Linear Technology / 2GIG 132
3.7.1 Linear Technology 2GIG Wireless Smoke/Heat Alarm 136
3.7.2 2GIG TS1 Touch Screen 137
3.7.3 Linear Technology 2GIG Passive Infrared Motion Detector 139
3.7.4 Linear Technology 2GIG 4 Button Key-Ring Remote 141
3.7.5 Linear Technology 2GIG Panic Button Remote 142
3.7.6 Linear Technology 2GIG Dbell1 Wireless Doorbell 143
3.7.7 Linear Technology 2GIG Wireless Keypad 144
3.7.8 Linear Technology 2GIG CT100 Energy Management 145
3.8 Paradox Insight App 146
3.8.1 Paradox Insight HD77 Camera 147
3.8.2 Paradox EVOHD 149
3.8.3 Paradox Insightâ„¢ Self-Monitoring Application 151
3.8.4 Paradox StayD 152
3.8.5 Paradox Spectra 155
3.8.6 Paradox GPRS / GSM / IP / Voice 155
3.9 RISCO Group ProSYSâ„¢ 156
3.9.1 RISCO BWareâ„¢ 157
3.9.2 RISCO ProSYSâ„¢ Main Panel 160
3.9.3 RISCO Keypads and Proximity Keys 161
3.9.4 RISCO Security Management Solutions 162
3.9.5 RISCO axesplus® 163
3.9.6 RISCO SynopSYS Integrated Security and Building Managementâ„¢ 165
3.10 Tyco Fire Detection 168
3.10.1 Tyco Fire Suppression 170
3.10.2 Tyco Video Surveillance 170
3.10.3 Tyco Intrusion Detection 172
3.10.4 Tyco Monitoring 172
3.10.5 Tyco Integrated Security 173
3.10.6 Tyco Access Control 174
3.11 UTC / Interlogix NetworX 174
3.11.1 UTC / Interlogix Touch Screen Keypad 175
3.11.2 UTC / Interlogix Direct Connect Upload Module 175
3.11.3 UTC / Interlogix truPortal 176
3.12 Comcast XFINITY Home Security 177
3.12.1 Comcast XFINITY Home Security Live Video Monitoring 178
3.12.2 Comcast XFINITY Home Security Turning Lights On and Off, Thermostat On and Off 178
3.12.3 Comcast XFINITY Home Security Protects Against Fire And Floods 179
3.12.4 Comcast Xfinity Home 179
3.13 Google Nest 180
3.13.1 Google / Nest Protect 181
3.13.2 Google / Nest Safety History 182
3.13.3 Google / Nest Learning Thermostat 184
3.13.4 Google Chromecast 185
3.14 August Smart Lock 187
3.14.1 August' Keyless System 188
3.14.2 August Total Control 188
3.15 Canary Security 189
3.16 ivee Sleek 192
3.17 LG HomeChat 194
3.17.1 Google Nest meets LG HomeChat 195
3.18 iSmartAlarm's iCamera Keep 195
3.19 iControl Networks / Piper NV 196
3.19.1 No Monthly Fees 196
3.19.2 Piper Security Camera Boasts Superb Night Vision 197
3.19.3 iControl Networks Piper NV Simple to Install 198
3.19.4 iControl / Sercomm 199
3.20 Samsung Home Security 199
4. SECURITY DEVICE TECHNOLOGY FOR THE CONNECTED HOME 202
4.1 Connected Home Camera Technology 202
4.1.1 Connected Home Camera Cloud Technology 202
4.2 IFTTT 204
4.2.1 Wireless Technology 204
4.3 Wireless Communication Standards 205
4.3.1 Google / Nest / Thread 206
4.4 IBM and Texas Instruments Collaboratively Develop Lifecycle-Management for IoT Devices 207
4.4.1 IBM and Semtech 209
4.4.2 Lantronix Python Support For Its Intelligent Device Software Platform 210
5. SECURITY FOR CONNECTED HOME COMPANY PROFILES 211
5.1 Apple 211
5.1.1 Apple Business Strategy 211
5.1.2 Apple Product Introductions 212
5.1.3 Apple Second Quarter 2015 Revenue 213
5.1.4 Apple iPhone 213
5.1.5 Apple HomeKit 214
5.2 Assa Abloy 215
5.2.1 Assa Abloy Revenue 217
5.2.2 Assa Abloy Wireless Locks Boost Food Safety Compliance 225
5.3 August 226
5.3.1 August Smart Lock. 230
5.4 Belkin 230
5.4.1 Belkin WeMo Sensors 231
5.4.2 Belkin Partner Advantage Program. 231
5.4.3 Belkin Acquisition of Linksys 232
5.5 Canary 233
5.6 Comcast 236
5.6.1 NBC Universal 236
5.6.2 Comcast Cable 237
5.6.3 Comcast TV 237
5.6.4 Comcast Internet 237
5.6.5 Comcast Internet Essentials 238
5.6.6 Comcast Communications 238
5.6.7 Comcast Mobile 238
5.6.8 Comcast Xfinity Home 239
5.6.9 Comcast Customer Experience 240
5.6.10 Comcast Business 241
5.6.11 Comcast Advertising 242
5.7 Digilock 242
5.8 Essence 245
5.8.1 Essence Customer Experience 248
5.9 GE 255
5.9.1 GE Lighting Solutions 256
5.9.2 5.21.1 General Electric Lighting 258
5.9.3 GE Tetra EdgeStrip and Tetra miniStrip 258
5.9.4 GE Evolve LED Fixtures Reduce Auto Dealership's Energy Costs by $49,000 Annually 259
5.9.5 GE Scorecard 261
5.9.6 GE Manufactures Electrical Distribution And Control Products, Lighting And Power Panels, Switchgear And Circuit Breakers
264
5.9.7 GE Home and Business Solutions 264
5.9.8 GE Offers Major Home Appliances 265
5.9.9 GE Lamps 265
5.9.10 GE Lighting Solutions 266
5.9.11 GE Healthcare 266
5.9.12 GE Healthcare Regional PandLs 267
5.9.13 GE Key Medical Care Areas: Cardiology 268
5.9.14 GE Neurology 269
5.9.15 GE Emergency Medicine 269
5.9.16 GE Oncology 269
5.9.17 GE Women's Health 270
5.9.18 GE Healthcare Oxygen Humidifier 271
5.9.19 GE Healthcare Air/O2 Blender 274
5.9.20 GE M2100 Air/O2 Blender 274
5.9.21 GE Invests $100 Million to Grow its LED Lighting Business; Forms New Strategic Alliance 276
5.9.22 GE Supports Innovation 278
5.9.23 General Electric Offers Wind Turbine Customers Clean Energy From Solar Panels 278
5.10 Google 280
5.10.1 Google Competition 281
5.10.2 Google 'Talk With A Doctor Now' Video Chat Service May Give Telemedicine Industry A Boost 282
5.10.3 Google Business 283
5.10.4 Google / Nest / Samsung 284
5.10.5 Google Self-Driving Car 286
5.10.6 Google Cars Address Vast Majority Of Vehicle Accidents Due To Human Error 288
5.10.7 Google Business 288
5.10.8 Google Corporate 289
5.10.9 Google Search 290
5.11 Hager Group 292
5.11.1 Hager Group Key Figures 294
5.11.2 Hager / Daitem Atral 298
5.11.3 Daitem Protecting Business Premises 300
5.12 HTC 312
5.12.1 HTC Innovation Through Collaboration 312
5.13 Icontrol Networks 313
5.13.1 Icontrol Networks 313
5.14 Ivee 315
5.15 LG 316
5.16 Nortek Security and Control LLC 317
5.16.1 Nortek Security and Control Linear Technology / 2GIG 318
5.17 Paradox 319
5.17.1 Paradox Offers Motion Detectors 319
5.18 Philips 320
5.18.1 Phiips Visicu 321
5.18.2 Philips Addresses Healthcare Landscape 322
5.18.3 Philips/Respironics Monitoring Solution 325
5.18.4 Philips Healthcare 325
5.18.5 Royal Philips Electronics / Respironics 327
5.19 RISCO Group 328
5.19.1 RISCO Group Smartphone Application Offers Users Remote Access To Their Security System 328
5.20 Samsung 330
5.20.1 Samsung Finds Talent And Adapts Technology To Create Products 331
5.20.2 Samsung Adapts to Change, Samsung Embraces Integrity 332
5.20.3 Samsung Telecom Equipment Group 333
5.20.4 Samsung Memory Over Logic 334
5.21 Sercomm 335
5.21 Tyco 336
5.21.1 Tyco Security Services 336
5.21.2 Tyco Fire Protection Services 338
5.21.1 Tyco Competition 338
5.21.2 Tyco Fire Detection 339
5.22 United Technologies Corp /UTC 342
5.22.1 UTC / Interlogix 343
5.23 Selected Connected Home Security Systems 343
5.23.1 CPI Security inTouch system - Remote Control of your Home and Business Security System 343
5.23.2 Sticky Ice Games Compatible with: iPhone iPad, Security System 344
5.23.3 Zeeplox 345
5.23.4 Fingerprint Security System 346
5.23.5 Alarm Security System 346
5.23.6 SOS-SMS: System of the Operational Security 347
5.23.7 Security Spy (IP Camera System) 348
5.23.8 Security System (iPad Edition) 349
5.23.9 Lock My Phone - Security System 349
5.23.10 Don`t Touch - Security System Lite 350
5.23.11 Face Unlock - Security System 350
5.23.12 Watchdog Security Alarm System 351
5.23.13 Alarm Security System for iPhone 352
4 Homeland Security Advisory System 352
5.23.14 My Security Account 353
5.23.15 isentry.net 353
5.23.16 Maxkin X1 354
5.23.17 Oceanic Sec 355
5.23.18 Home Security Systems 355
5.23.19 Eldes Smart Security 356
5.23.20 Voice Security - Screen Lock 357
5.23.21 e-Alarm 357
5.23.22 HomeControl+ 358
5.23.23 DST Security 359
5.23.24 RedShield 359
5.23.25 Security Lights 360
5.23.26 Secolink 361
5.23.27 G5 Alarm 361
2.23.28 G3 Alarm 362
Table ES-1 28
Connected Home Market Security Key Challenges 28
Table ES-2 29
Innovation in The Market For Security Devices For The Connected Home 29
Table ES-3 31
Home Security Solution Modules 31
Table ES-4 33
Acquisition Activity in Security for Connected Homes 33
Figure ES-6 37
Security Device Connected Home, Worldwide, Market Share, 2014 37
Table ES-7 39
Security Devices for Connected Homes Markets Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021 39
Figure 1-1 41
Connected Home Security System Cloud Architecture 41
Table 2-1 45
Connected Home Market Security Key Challenges 45
Table 2-2 46
Innovation in The Market For Security Devices For The Connected Home 46
Table 2-3 48
Home Security Solution Modules 48
Table 2-4 50
Acquisition Activity in Security for Connected Homes 50
Figure 2-6 54
Security Device Connected Home, Worldwide, Market Share, 2014 54
Table 2-7 55
Security Device Connected Home Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014 55
Table 2-8 56
Security Device Connected Home Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2014 56
Table 2-9 63
Security Devices for Connected Homes Markets Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021 63
Table 2-10 64
Security Devices for Connected Homes Markets Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021 64
Table 2-11 66
Security Devices for Connected Homes Market Segments, Cameras, Intrusion Detection, Fire Alarms, Integrated Networking,
Monitoring, Lighting, and Appliance Controls, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021 66
Table 2-12 67
Security Devices for Connected Homes Market Segments, Cameras, Intrusion Detection, Fire Alarms, Integrated Networking,
Monitoring, Lighting, and Appliance Controls, Percent, Worldwide, 2015-2021 67
Figure 2-13 69
Connected Homes Markets Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021 69
Table 2-14 70
Connected Homes Markets, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021 70
Table 2-15 71
Connected Homes Markets Segments, Security, Healthcare, Lighting, Entertainment, and Energy Controls, Dollars, Worldwide,
2015-2021 71
Table 2-16 72
Connected Homes Markets Segments, Security, Healthcare, Lighting, Entertainment, and Energy Controls, Percent, Worldwide,
2015-2021 72
Table 2-17 73
Connected Homes Number and Percent Penetration Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2015-2021 73
Figure 2-18 75
Connected Home Market Opportunity 75
Figure 2-19 78
Security Device Connected Homes Market Analysis Regional Market Segments, 2014 78
Table 2-20 79
Security Device Connected Homes Market Analysis Regional Market Segments, 2014 79
Figure 3-1 83
Philips / Hue Brilliant LED Light With Intuitive Technology 83
Figure 3-2 85
Belkin WeMo LED Lighting Schedules 85
Figure 3-3 86
Belkin WeMo LED Lighting Starter Set 86
Figure 3-4 88
Belkin WEMO Smart Bulbs 88
Figure 3-5 89
Look Like You Are At Home 89
Figure 3-6 90
Belkin WEMO Modular 90
Figure 3-7 91
Belkin WeMo 91
Table 3-8 91
WeMo Related Products 91
Figure 3-9 93
Essence Connected Home Value 93
Figure 3-10 96
Essence Security Monitoring Modular and Expandable 96
Table 3-11 97
Essence Security Monitoring Features 97
Table 3-12 98
Essence Security Monitoring Functions 98
Figure 3-13 99
Essence EverGuard Suite Camera Detector 99
Figure 3-14 102
Essence System Framework 102
Figure 3-15 103
Essence System Cloud Architecture 103
Table 3-16 104
Essence Smart Home Key Functions 104
Figure 3-17 105
Essence Smart Home Key Features 105
Figure 3-18 108
Essence System Analytics Value 108
Table 3-19 109
Essence Security Connected Home System Benefits 109
Table 3-20 111
Essence Connected Home System Care@Homeâ„¢ Learns The Daily Habits And Behaviors Of Individuals And Alerts For Any
Deviation 111
Figure 3-21 112
Essence System Care@Homeâ„¢ Control Panel 112
Table 3-22 113
Essence Care@Home Pers Key Features 113
Figure 3-23 115
Hager Group Daitem E-Nova Control Panel With Siren 115
Table 3-24 116
Hager Group Daitem E-Nova Control Panel With Siren Functions 116
Figure 3-25 116
Hager Group Daitem Information And Command Keypad 116
Figure 3-26 117
Hager Group Daitem Information And Command Functions 117
Figure 3-27 118
Hager Group Daitem Alarm Pendant 118
Table 3-28 119
Daitem Emergency Call And Alarm Pendant Functions 119
Figure 3-29 119
Daitem Remote KeyFOB With Information Feedback 119
Table 3-30 120
Daitem Remote KeyFOB With Information Feedback Functions 120
Figure 3-31 120
Daitem Vocal Keypad 120
Table 3-32 122
Daitem Vocal Keypad With Tag Reader And Proximity Detector Functions 122
Table 3-33 124
Daitem External Siren And Strobe With Vocal Messages Functions 124
Table 3-34 126
Daitem Plug-In Transmission Modules Functions 126
Table 3-35 127
Daitem 5 M External Motion Detector Functions 127
Table 3-36 129
Daitem Radio Smoke And Heat Detector Functions 129
Table 3-37 130
GE Personal Security Alarm Kit Features 130
Table 3-38 131
GE Personal Security Alarm Kit 131
Figure 3-39 132
Linear Technology 2GIG Go!Control Control Panel 132
Table 3-40 133
Linear Technology2GIG Go!Control Features 133
Table 3-41 134
2gig Go!Control Advanced Security And Home Management Solution Features 134
Figure 3-42 135
Linear Technology 2GIG Wireless Carbon Monoxide Detector 135
Table 3-43 136
Linear Technology 2GIG Wireless Carbon Monoxide Detector Features 136
Table 3-44 137
Linear Technology 2GIG Wireless Smoke/Heat Alarm Features 137
Table 3-45 138
Linear Technology 2GIG TS1 Touch Screen Features 138
Table 3-46 140
Linear Technology 2GIG Passive Infrared Motion Detector Features 140
Table 3-47 146
Paradox Insightâ„¢ Integrated Solution of HD Video / Audio Monitoring App Functions 146
Table 3-48 148
Paradox Insightâ„¢ HD77 Camera HD77 Key Features 148
Table 3-49 150
Paradox Insight EVOHD Key Features 150
Table 3-50 152
Paradox Insight App: Users Can Manage The Entire System From A Mobile Device 152
Table 3-51 154
Paradox StayD Features 154
Table 3-52 159
RISCO BWareâ„¢ State-Of-The-Art Commercial Detector Features 159
Table 3-53 164
RISCO axesplus Security System Features 164
Table 3-54 167
RISCO SynopSYS Integrated Security and Building Management Functions 167
Table 3-55 168
Tyco Customized Fire Detection Solutions Advanced Safety And Security Target Market Positioning 168
Table 3-56 169
Tyco Fire Detection Solutions Customer Base 169
Table 3-57 171
Tyco advancing Safety And Security With World-Class Video Surveillance 171
Table 3-58 172
Tyco Intrusion Detection 172
Figure 3-59 177
Comcast XFINITY Home Security 177
Table 5-60 180
Comcast Xfinity Home Modules 180
Figure 3-61 184
Google / Nest Learning Thermostat 184
Figure 3-62 187
August Smart Lock 187
Table 3-63 189
Canary Security System Components 189
Figure 3-64 191
Canary Security All In One Device 191
Figure 3-65 192
ivee Sleek Security Alarm 192
Figure 3-66 195
Google Nest Away Features 195
Figure 3-67 196
Piper NV Security Camera 196
Figure 3-68 200
Samsung Home Security Featured Products 200
Table 4-1 203
Connected Home Camera Cloud Technology Features 203
Table 4-2 205
Wireless Communication Standards 205
Table 4-3 206
Thread Group Members Working To Develop An IP-Based Wireless Networking Protocol For Connected-Home Products 206
Table 5-1 216
Assa Abloy Security Segment Leading Positions 216
Figure 5-2 222
Assa Abloy Sales and Operating Income 222
Figure 5-3 228
August Connect Security Remote Access 228
Table 5-4 234
Canary Security Components 234
Table 5-5 236
Canary Security Requirements 236
Table 5-6 240
Comcast Xfinity Home Modules 240
Figure 5-7 243
Digilock Body Styles 243
Figure 5-8 245
Essence Connected Home Solutions 245
Figure 5-9 247
Essence Worldwide Presence 247
Figure 5-10 249
Global Security Service Provider 249
Figure 5-11 250
Essence Smart Home Security Service Provider 250
Figure 5-12 251
Essence CSPs Security Service Offerings 251
Figure 5-13 252
Essence CSP-SSP Partnering for Self Monitoring Security Service Provider Smart Home Offerings 252
Figure 5-14 253
Essence Homecare Security Services 253
Figure 5-15 254
Essence Security Services Positioning 254
Figure 5-16 261
GE Scorecard 2013, 2012 261
GE 2014 262
Figure 5-17 271
GE Healthcare Oxygen Humidifier 271
Table 5-18 273
GE Healthcare Oxygen Humidifier 273
Figure 5-19 274
GE Healthcare Air/O2 Blender 274
Table 5-20 285
Google Nest Development Partners 285
Table 5-21 287
Google Autonomous Vehicles Technology 287
Figure 5-22 295
Hager Group Brands 295
Figure 5-23 296
Hager Group Solutions 296
Figure 5-24 297
Hager Group Development Focus 297
Figure 5-25 298
Hager Group Locations 298
Figure 5-26 299
Daitem Modules for Protecting the Home 299
Table 5-27 301
Daitem Businesses Wireless Security Technology Motion Detector With Image Recording Functions 301
Figure 5-28 302
Daitem Security Product Components 302
Table 5-29 323
Philips Positions To Simplify Global Healthcare Delivery For The Long Term 323
Table 5-30 324
Philips Healthcare Delivery Product Positioning 324
Table 5-31 340
Tyco Customized Fire Detection Solutions Advanced Safety And Security Target Market Positioning 340
Table 5-32 341
Tyco Fire Detection Solutions Customer Base 341

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