A new study from Juniper Research has found that increasing smart security adoption will drive home automation and monitoring revenues from an estimated $12 billion (€10.15 billion) in 2018 to over $45 billion (€38.07 billion) by 2023, representing a growth of over 260%.
Taking a look at the fast-changing reality of retail, Ericsson Consumer & IndustryLab presents: Beyond smartphone shopping – the rise of smart assistants. This report describes how connectivity is driving two major shifts in how people shop.
“Ok Google: Turn on the light!” Commands like this now work for devolo Home Control. After a quick set-up, Google Home users have a wide selection of smart home voice commands available, from controlling the lighting to arming an alarm system to adjusting radiator thermostats.
Huawei and Groupe PSA showcased a DS 7 CROSSBACK, the first connected vehicle resulting from their partnership covering all of the Group’s connected vehicles, announced in November 2017. Debuting in Europe at Huawei’s exhibition booth during HANNOVER MESSE 2018, DS 7 CROSSBACK is the first vehicle to use Groupe PSA’s Connected Vehicle Modular Platform (CVMP)
A new report from Navigant Research examines the evolution occurring in technology and customer-focused solutions for residential utility customers, analysing how traditional business models are being disrupted.
Silicon Labs and Sigma Designs, Inc. announced the completion of Silicon Labs’ acquisition of Sigma Designs’ Z-Wave business, including a team of approximately 100 employees, for $240 million (€194.47 million) in an all-cash transaction. Z-Wave is a leading mesh networking technology for the smart home.
TT Electronics plc announces that it has completed the acquisition of Stadium Group plc. Stadium is a supplier of design-led technologies with product capabilities including connectivity solutions, power supplies, human machine interface (HMI) and electronic assemblies.
The Broadband Forum published its User Services Platform (USP) – a new standard for implementing, deploying and managing all types of devices in the broadband home. For the first time, USP brings a unified, common approach to securely deploy, manage, and control network-aware consumer electronics,
Microsoft is making the right noises about creating a comprehensive cloud ecosystem to support utilities deploying IoT. Microsoft says it is investing US$5 billion (€4.05 billion) in the Internet of Things (IoT) over the next four years. Antony Savvas reports on the opportunities being created.
Prysmian Group, provider in the energy and telecom cable systems industry, hosted its first “NExsT Telecoms Forum” in Paris “Creating the Foundation of 5G and IoT”. The event saw the participation of some of the major European and worldwide telecom operators, independent Think Tanks and associations, as well as institutions and regulators.