The rules of engagement between smart home companies and digital assistant ecosystems are changing as smart home market growth continues, highlighting areas of opportunity – and caution – for device manufacturers, service providers, and digital assistant platforms alike according to a report just released by Strategy Analytics.
The Internet of Things continues to expand rapidly, and the smart home will be one of the keys to further growth through the 2020’s, according to new research from Strategy Analytics.
US consumers are more 12 times more likely to choose Fire Alerts and Emergency Notifications than programming their irrigation systems according to research just released by Strategy Analytics.
ANALYSIS: Since Apple revealed in June that it will start shipping an intelligent home speaker, HomePod in December excitement has focused on its audio capabilities. This focus suits Cupertino which is giving little away on its smart home capabilities which will have to play catch-up with Amazon and Google.
Smart home service companies are missing opportunities with the wrong messages sent to the wrong people, says Boston-based Strategy Analytics.
Broadband service providers are evaluating new opportunities in the smart home market as the 2016 Broadband World Forum is held in London this week.
The connected home has not arrived to our lives as an explosive breakthrough as many analysts from the industry thought it would. Nonetheless, it is already here, among us.
Smart home technology is taking centre stage again at this year’s CES with the introduction of new smart devices, software and business partnerships. The big tech giants – Apple, Google and Samsung – have launched major initiatives in the market as have Amazon and a score of service providers and utilities.