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コネクテッドコンシューマー・ロードマップ:モノのインターネットによる市場促進

CONNECTED CONSUMER ROADMAP - Driven by the Internet of Things

発行 CABA (Continental Automated Buildings Association) 商品コード 339683
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コネクテッドコンシューマー・ロードマップ:モノのインターネットによる市場促進 CONNECTED CONSUMER ROADMAP - Driven by the Internet of Things
出版日: 2015年05月01日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

当レポートでは、コネクテッドコンシューマー・ロードマップについて調査分析を行い、モノのインターネット(IoT)の概要、市場の現状と課題、データ分析などを通じて市場の今後の動向などについて考察してまとめています。

エグゼクティブサマリー

第1章 イントロダクション

  • イントロダクション
  • レポートの構造
  • レポートの調査方法
  • デバイス使用の例
  • 市場のセグメンテーション:ユーザーグループ別

第2章 モノのインターネット(IoT)エコシステムの概要

  • イントロダクション
  • モノのインターネット(IoT)の概要
  • IoTエコシステムにおけるコネクテッドコンシューマーの立場
  • コンシューマーIoTエコシステムにおける接続性
  • スマートホーム市場の発展
  • トップ10のポイントと提案
  • UPNPフォーラムによるIoTのディスカバリー&サービスレイヤーのケーススタディ

第3章 ロードマップ、テーマ、ユーザーグループの分析

  • イントロダクション
  • 産業が直面しているテーマ:プライバシー
  • 産業が直面しているテーマ:セキュリティ
  • 産業が直面しているテーマ:相互運用性とアプリケーション間の機能
  • 産業が直面しているテーマ:ユーザーインターフェース(UI)のフラグメンテーションとリモートアクセス
  • 導入の課題とサービス提供
  • 市場へのルート、チャネル、サプライヤー
  • デバイスモビリティ
  • 消費者の動機
  • シナリオとオートメーション
  • その他のトピック

第4章 データ分析

  • イントロダクション
  • 人口動態とプロファイリング
  • 現在の利用状況
  • 産業が直面しているテーマ
  • 特徴と機能
  • 既存のユーザー設定

付録

目次

This executive summary presents top level trends and conclusions from the CABA Landmark Study “The Connected Consumer Roadmap - Driven by the Internet of Things” report which was created by IHS, a leading analyst research firm, for the Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA). CABA is a leader in initiating and developing cross-industry collaborative research, under the CABA Research Program. The research presented in this executive summary - and the full report in whole, was driven from a consumer survey of 1,036 residents within Canada and the United States, conducted in January 2015, and based on a range of interviews with suppliers, service providers and other ecosystem players within the connected home market. For the purposes of this research, the term “North America” refers only to Canada and the United States.

Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • ES.1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • ES.2. INTERNET OF THINGS OVERVIEW
  • ES.3. INTERNET OF THINGS DEFINITION
  • ES.4. THE OKACE OF THE CONNECTED CONSUMER WITHIN THE IoT ECOSYSTEM
  • ES.5. CONNECTIVITY IN THE CONSUMER IoT ECOSYSTEM
  • ES.6. INTRODUCTION TO THE SMART HOME MARKET
  • ES.7. SEGMENTING THE MARKET BY USER GROUP
  • ES.8. KEY INDUSTRY THEMES
  • ES.9. PLOTTING AND NAVIGATING THE ROADMAP
  • ES.10. TOP TEN TAKEWAYS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
  • ES.11. CASE STUDY ON THE DISCOVERY & SERVICE LAYER FOR IOT PROVIDED BY THE UPNP FORUM

SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION

  • 1.0. INTRODUCTION
  • 1.1. REPORT STRUCTURE
  • 1.2. REPORTMETHODOLOGY
  • 1.3. USE OF DEVICE EXAMPLES
  • 1.4. SEGMENTING THE MARKET BY USER GROUP

SECTION 2: IoT ECOSYSTEM OVERVIEW

  • 2.0. INTRODUCTION
  • 2.1. INTERNET OF THINGS OVERVIEW
    • 2.1.1. INTERNET OF THINGS DEFINITION
    • 2.1.2. IP-ADDRESSABLE DEVICES
    • 2.1.3. CONNECTABLE ELECTRONIC DEVICES
    • 2.1.4. UNCONNECTED ELECTRONIC DEVICES
    • 2.1.5. UNCONNECTED OBJECT
    • 2.1.6. APPROACH TO CATEGORIZING THE INTERNET OF THINGS
    • 2.1.7. ECOSYSTEM DEVELOPMENT AND MARKET OPPORTUNITY
    • 2.1.8. VERTICAL IOT ECOSYSTEM DEVELOPMENT
  • 2.2. THE PLACE OF THE CONNECTED CONSUMER WITHIN THE IoT ECOSYTEM
  • 2.3. CONNECTIVITY IN THE CONSUMER IOT ECOSYTEM
    • 2.3.1. BLUETOOTH SMART
    • 2.3.2. LOW-POWER WI-FI
    • 2.3.3. ZIGBEE
    • 2.2.4. OTHER 802.15.4.-BASED STANDARDS
    • 2.3.5. ZIGBEE RF4CE
    • 2.3.6. ENOCEAN CHNTOELOGY
    • 2.3.7. ANT
    • 2.3.8. Z-WAVE
    • 2.3.9. DECT ULE
    • 2.3.10. KEY TAKEAWAYS - CONNECTIVITY WITHIN THE CONSUMER IOT ECOSYSTEM
  • 2.4. SMART HOME MARKET DEVELOPMENT
  • 2.5. TOP TEN TAKEWAYS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
  • 2.6. CASE STUDY ON THE DISCOVERY & SERVICE LAYER FOR IOT PROVIDED BY THE UPNP FORUM

SECTION 3: ANALYSIS OF ROADMAP, THEMES, AND USER GROUPS

  • 3.0. INTRODUCTION
    • 3.0.1. SEGMENTING THE MARKET BY USER GROUP
    • 3.0.2. KEY INDUSTRY THEMES
    • 3.0.3. PLOTTING AND NAVIGATING THE ROADMAP
  • 3.1. INDUSTRY-FACING THEME - PRIVACY
    • 3.1.1. THEME INTRODUCTION
    • 3.1.2. INDUSTRY HYPOTHESIS
    • 3.1.3. EVIDENCE FROM QUESTIONNAIRE
    • 3.1.4. CONCLUSIONS
  • 3.2. INDUSTRY FACING THEME - SECURITY
    • 3.2.1. THEME INTRODUCTION AND PYPOTHESIS
    • 3.2.2. EVIDENCE FROM QUESTIONNAIRE
    • 3.2.3. CONCLUSIONS
  • 3.3. INDUSTRY-FACING THEME - INTEROPERABILITY AND INTER-APPLICATION FUNCTIONALITY
    • 3.3.1. THEME INTRODUCTION
    • 3.3.2. INDUSTRY HYPOTHESIS
    • 3.3.3. EVIDENCE FROM QUESTIONNAIRE
    • 3.3.4. CONCLUSIONS
  • 3.4. INDUSTRY-FACING THEME - USER INTERFACE (UI) FRAGMENTATION AND REMOTE ACCESS
    • 3.4.1. THEME INTRODUCTION
    • 3.4.2. INDUSTRY HYPOTHESIS
    • 3.4.3. EVIDENCE FROM QUESTIONNAIRE
    • 3.4.4. CONCLUSIONS
  • 3.5. INSTALLATION CHALLENGES AND SERVICING
    • 3.5.1. THEME INTRODUCTION
    • 3.5.2. INDUSTRY HYPOTHESIS
    • 3.5.3. EVIDENCE FROM QUESTIONNAIRE
    • 3.5.4. CONCLUSIONS
  • 3.6. ROUTES TO MARKET, CHANNELS AND SUPPLIERS
    • 3.6.1. THEME INTRODUCTION
    • 3.6.2. INDUSTRY HYPOTHESIS
    • 3.6.3. EVIDENCE FROM QUESTIONNAIRE
    • 3.6.4. CONCLUSIONS
  • 3.7. DEVICE MOBILITY
    • 3.7.1. THEME INTRODUCTION
    • 3.7.2. INDUSTRY HYPOTHESIS
    • 3.7.3. EVIDENCE FROM QUESTIONNAIRE
    • 3.7.4. CONCLUSIONS
  • 3.8. CONSUMER MOTIVATION
    • 3.8.1. THEME INTRODUCTION
    • 3.8.2. INDUSTRY HYPOTHESIS
    • 3.8.3. EVIDENCE FROM QUESTIONNAIRE
    • 3.8.4. CONCLUSIONS
  • 3.9. SCENARIOS AND AUTOMATION
    • 3.9.1. THEME INTRODUCTION
    • 3.9.2. INDUSTRY HYPOTHESIS
    • 3.9.3. EVIDENCE FROM QUESTIONNAIRE
    • 3.9.4. CONCLUSIONS
  • 3.10. OTHER TINRDYU TOPICS
    • 3.10.1. INTRODUCTION
    • 3.10.2. INDUSTRY HYPOTHESES
    • 3.10.3. EVIDENCE FROM QUESTIONNAIRE
    • 3.10.4. CONCLUSIONS

SECTION 4: DATA ANALYSIS

  • 4.0. INTRODUCTION
  • 4.1. DEMOGRAPHICS AND PROFILING
    • 4.1.1. Where do you live? (Single choice)
    • 4.1.2. How old are you? (Single choice)
    • 4.1.3. Are you Male or Female? (Single choice)
    • 4.1.4. Do you currently own your home? (Single choice)
    • 4.1.5. Which of these best describes your home? (Single choice)
    • 4.1.6. On average, how much does your household spend on electricity per month? (if you pay quarterly, please just divide this by three) (Single choice).
    • 4.1.7. Which of these best describes the annual income of your household? If sharing a rented property with others aside from your partner or family, please just put your personal income. (Single choice)
    • 4.1.8. Who is responsible for making decisiions relating to the following areas? (Single choice per area)
    • 4.1.9. Please select how much you agree or disagree with the following statements (Strongly agree, Agree, Neutral, Disagree, Strongly disagree) (Single choice per statement)
    • 4.1.10. Which of the following do you currently own? (Multiple choice)
    • 4.1.11. Which best describes your security system?
    • 4.1.12. Which of following apply to you? (Multiple choice)
    • 4.1.13. How many devices are connected to your Qi-Fi network?
    • 4.1.14. How many people live in your home (including yourself)? (Open quantity)
    • 4.1.15. Do any dependent children live with you? (Single choice)
  • 4.2. CURRENT USE ABILAITNYD DESIRABILITY
    • 4.2.1. Bearing the connected devices definition in mind, which of the following connected devices do you currently own? For these devices, where did you purchase them?
    • 4.2.2. How much would you value each of the following applications? They could be performed using your smartphone, tablet, TV, web portal, separate central control panel, car infotainment system, or on the devices themselves (e.g. on a screen within an appliance)? These things could be done whether you are in your home, or away from home, such as at work or on vacation (single choice per row)
    • 4.2.3. Please complete the following sentence with the answer most appropriate to you: ‘I would not find any of the previous applications valuable because ‘ (Single choice)
    • 4.2.4. What reasons are appropriate for you not wanting to be able to perform each of the following applications? (Multiple choice, with at least one answer per row)
    • 4.2.5. Where did you first hear and learn about connected home devices? (Single choice)
    • 4.2.6. Some smart home systems can connect to social media sites. Which of the following applications would you find interesting? (Multiple choice)
  • 4.3. EXPLORING INDUSTRY FACING THEMES
    • 4.3.1. For each of the following connected home systems, what type of company would you go to first to buy the connected home devices or system you need? (Grid questions, single choice per row).
    • 4.3.2. Some connected home systems are designed so that they are easy for consumers to install themselves. If you were to purchase a connected home system, would you purchase one that is professionally installed or would you install it yourself? (Single choice).
    • 4.3.3. Why would you prefer to have it professionally installed? Please select the most appropriate statement for you (Single choice)
    • 4.3.4. Why would you prefer to install it yourself or have it installed by a relative or friend? Please select the most appropriate statement for you (Single choice)
    • 4.3.5. How comfortable would you feel about adding new connected home devices to your home network? (e.g., adding a Wi-Fi thermostat to your existing Wi-Fi network, or adding a new connected home device to your existing connected home system) (Single choice)
    • 4.3.6. How confident would you feel if you needed to perform one of the following tasks? (Grid questions, single choice per row).
    • 4.3.7. Some systems allow you to create a ‘scenario' at certain times of the day, or when certain devices are activated. You can pre-set how different devices automatically interact with each other according to your lifestyle. Please consider all of the following scenarios and choose the 3 that most appeal to you, with the most appealing as the ‘1st choice' (Grid questions, single choice per row).
    • 4.3.8. If every device in your home could be connected, what scenario would you choose to create? (Open ended response, 400 characters)
    • 4.3.9. These scenarios can be set-up by using an application either on your smartphone, tablet, web portal or another in-home display. This would involve setting the conditions detected by one device and the reaction that other devices should have. Which of the following best describes your confidence level in creating these kinds of scenarios? (Single Choice).
    • 4.3.10. How much time would you be willing to spend creating scenarios for your smart home system? (Single choice)
    • 4.3.11. Where would you find it most valuable to monitor or control the following smart home systems? How would you like to access these features?
    • 4.3.12. How valuable would it be if all of the different functions listed above could be controlled from a single app or program on your smartphone, tablet or other device? The alternative would be to open separate apps or programs to control different things in your home. (Single Choice)
    • 4.3.13. When considering a smart home system, how valuable is it to be easily uninstalled and taken with you when you move house? (Single Choice)
    • 4.3.14. When considering a new home, how valuable would you find an existing smart home products? Please choose the three most significant barriers
    • 4.3.15. What do you consider to be the main barriers for you purchasing smart home products? Please choose the three most significant barriers
    • 4.3.16. For each of the following data examples, select the companies and conditions you feel comfortable sharing the data with (Grid question, single choice per row)
    • 4.3.17. These are the selections where you've indicated value added is required, please select to two most attractive "value added" features for each selection
  • 4.4. FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS
    • 4.4.1. Many elderly or vulnerable people have panic buttons or alarms pendants which give them, and people they know, peace of mind when they are living independently. Which of the following applies to you? (Multi-choice question).
    • 4.4.2. Some monitoring systems use technology such as motion sensors on pill cabinets that can monitor if a person has taken their pills. An alert could be sent to the person or a relative if they deviated from their standard routine. Which of the following applies to you?
    • 4.4.3. Some devices can lead to energy savings. For example, a connected thermostat which could automatically detect whether the house is empty and switch to a pre-set temperature, or could detect what the weather is like outside and adjust accordingly, could save you money on your electricity bill (Single choice)
    • 4.4.4. Some connected home devices can be controlled by voice activation, similar to the way that your smartphone can operate with voice activation. For example, this will allow you to turn lights on or off just by speaking to your home control system. How valuable would this functionality be to you when considering the purchase of a connected home device? (Single choice)
    • 4.4.5. With some connected home devices, the device manufacturers can pre-empt expensive repair or maintenance issues, and recommend when a device needs to be serviced or repaired in order to ensure the device continues to run effectively. How valuable would this be to you? (Single choice)
    • 4.4.6. Some connected devices can enable remote software upgrades. This can offer a number of benefits, including additional functionality of the device, customized user experiences and allow the device to run more effectively. How valuable would this be to you? (Single choice).
    • 4.4.7. Some connected devices can detect when you might need to replace peripheral products or replacements. Some can even automatically order these for you so that you have the replacement delivered just before it's needed. Which of the following devices would you like to have this service? (Multiple choice)
    • 4.4.8. Smart meters are now installed in many homes. In the future some utility companies may choose to adopt ‘time-of-use' (ToU) pricing, which changes throughout the day depending on demand. Bearing this in mind, how likely would you be to do the following?.
    • 4.4.9. How likely would you be to ‘opt in' to a demand response program in order that the utility can control overall energy demand? (First line in the Segment column)
    • 4.4.10. How likely would you be to ‘opt in' to a demand response program if it reduced your electricity bill by 5%? (Second line in the Segment column).
    • 4.4.11. How likely would you be to ‘opt in' to a demand response program if it reduced your electricity bill by 10%? (Third line in the Segment column)
    • 4.4.12. How likely would you be to ‘opt in' to a demand response program if it reduced your electricity bill by 20%? (Fourth line in the Segment column)
    • 4.4.13. How likely would you be to ‘opt in' to a demand response program if it reduced your electricity bill by 30%? (Fifth line in the Segment column)
    • 4.4.14. Please select the most important attribute that would influence your purchase of a connected energy device: This question assumes that the device is able to perform its primary function well, and to meet your requirements for its performance (such as a thermostat being able to successfully control the climate in your home to your pre-set limits).
    • 4.4.15. Please select the most important attribute that would influence your purchase of a connected safety and security device: This question assumes that the device is able to perform its primary function well, and to meet your requirements for its performance (such as an IP/Network camera being able to provide you with streaming video of your home on request).
    • 4.4.16. Please select the most important attribute that would influence your purchase of a connected health and monitoring device: This question assumes that the device is able to perform its primary function well, and to meet your requirements for its performance (such as a blood pressure monitor being able to warn you when your blood pressure is too high, or motion sensors in an elderly relative's home that could detect a deviation from normal routine).
    • 4.4.17. Please select the most important attribute that would influence your purchase of a connected entertainment and convenience device: This question assumes that the device is able to perform its primary function well, and to meet your requirements for its performance (such as a connecting media device (such as a dongle) allowing you to control your TV from your smartphone).
    • 4.4.18. Connected security systems are able to contact you, a friend, a relative, or a professional security company when an alarm is triggered. If you had a connected security system, which would you prefer?
  • 4.5. EXISTING USER SET-UP
    • 4.5.1. How many of the following devices do you have currently installed in your smart home?
    • 4.5.2. Which smart home devices do you find most valuable?
    • 4.5.3. Have you ever recommended any of your connected devices to others? If so, which devices did you recommend? (Multiple Choice)
    • 4.5.4. Have you purchased any additional products since you installed your initial smart home system? (Single choice)
    • 4.5.5. Which connected home devices do you consider to be part of the initial system you bought? Which were added on at a later date? You may select both options if appropriate
    • 4.5.6. When you purchased additional connected home devices, where did you go to purchase these products? (Single choice)
    • 4.5.7. Which of the following applied to your decision to purchase additional products from your initial provider? (Multiple choice)
    • 4.5.8. Which of the following applied to your purchase of additional products a different provider to your initial provider? (Multiple choice)
    • 4.5.9. This question relates to devices such as thermostats, in-home displays, smart plugs, AC units and appliances, pool pumps and pool pump switches. Please complete the following sentence with the selection most appropriate to you: ‘I purchased this connected device because ‘. (Single choice)
    • 5.5.10. This question relates to devices in a security system, such as network/IP cameras; connected door and window locks; motion sensors; sensors to detect if a window is open, closed, locked or unlocked; and connected smoke, fire, carbon monoxide, and water detectors. Please complete the following sentence with the selection most appropriate to you: ‘I purchased this connected device because ‘ (Single choice)
    • 5.5.11. These question relates to elderly monitoring systems which may include network/IP cameras and sensors to identify movement or deviation from a normal routine, and health devices which monitor your own, or someone else's, wellbeing. Please complete the following sentence with the selection most appropriate to you: ‘I purchased this elderly monitoring system or health system because ‘ (Single choice)

APPENDICES

FIGURES

  • Figure ES.1: Internet of Things Hierarchy
  • Figure ES.2: Connected Devices Hierarchy
  • Figure ES.3: IHS Approach to Categorizing IoT Market Segments
  • Figure ES.4: Consumers Location in IoT Ecosystem
  • Figure ES.5: Remote Connectivity
  • Figure ES.6: IoT in The Home - Hub Solution
  • Figure ES.7: IoT in The Home - In Home Device Ecosystem
  • Figure ES.8: IoT in The Home - The Connectivity Decision
  • Figure ES.9: Remote Access - Connectivity Solutions & Choices
  • Figure ES.10: IoT in The Home - Connectivity Solutions and Choices
  • Figure ES.11: Connectivity Solution Shares in Home Automation
  • Figure ES.12: Smart Home Services - By Provider
  • Figure ES.13: Smart Home Services - By Region
  • Figure ES.14: Traditional Security Revenues (US$ bn)
  • Figure ES.15: Smart Home - Energy Device Shipments by Type
  • Figure ES.16: Smart Lighting Residential Device Shipments
  • Figure ES.17: Connected Consumer Roadmap
  • Figure ES.18: Connected Consumer Roadmap - Part 2
  • Figure ES.19: Connected Consumer Roadmap - Part 3
  • Figure ES.20: Connected Consumer Roadmap - Part 4
  • Figure ES.21: UPnP Forum's Original Focus
  • Figure ES.22: Addressable Markets for UPnP in IoT Era
  • Figure ES.23: IoT Software Framework Comparison Matrix
  • Figure 2.1: Internet of Things Hierarchy
  • Figure 2.2: Connected Devices Hierarchy
  • Figure 2.3: IHS Approach to Categorizing IoT Market Segments
  • Figure 2.4: Overall IoT Opportunity and Drivers
  • Figure 2.5: IoT in Automotive
  • Figure 2.6: IoT in Communications
  • Figure 2.7: IoT in Consumer Devices
  • Figure 2.8: IoT in Industrial Applications
  • Figure 2.9: IoT in Medical Applications
  • Figure 2.10: Consumers Location in IoT Ecosystem
  • Figure 2.11: Remote Connectivity
  • Figure 2.12: IoT in The Home - Hub Solution
  • Figure 2.13: IoT in The Home - In Home Device Ecosystem
  • Figure 2.14: IoT in The Home - The Connectivity Decision
  • Figure 2.15: Remote Access - Connectivity Solutions & Choices
  • Figure 2.16: IoT in The Home - Connectivity Solutions and Choices
  • Figure 2.17: Connectivity Solution Shares in Home Automation
  • Figure 2.18: Smart Home Services - By Provider
  • Figure 2.19: Smart Home Services - By Region
  • Figure 2.20: Traditional Security Revenues (US$ bn)
  • Figure 2.21: Smart Home - Energy Device Shipments by Type
  • Figure 2.22: Smart Lighting Residential Device Shipments
  • Figure 2.23: UPnP Forum's Original Focus
  • Figure 2.24: Addressable Markets for UPnP in IoT Era
  • Figure 2.25: IoT Software Framework Comparison Matrix
  • Figure 3.0.1: Connected Consumer Roadmap
  • Figure 3.0.2: Connected Consumer Roadmap - Part 2
  • Figure 3.0.3: Connected Consumer Roadmap - Part 3
  • Figure 3.0.4: Connected Consumer Roadmap - Part 4
  • Figure 3.1.2: Types of Data Respondents Would Not Want Shared
  • Figure 3.1.3: Types of Data Respondents Would Share with Service Providers and Their Partners
  • Figure 3.1.4: Types of Data Respondernts Would Share with Service Providers and Their Partners for a Value Add
  • Figure 3.1.5: Types of Data Respondents Would Share
  • Figure 3.2.1: Barriers to Purchasing Smart Home Products
  • Figure 3.3.1: Connectivity Solution Shares in Home Automation
  • Figure 3.3.2: Number of Devices Connected
  • Figure 3.3.3: Reasons Why No Applications are of Little Value
  • Figure 3.3.4: Value of All Functions Being on One Device
  • Figure 3.4.1: Ownership of Specific Items That Perform UI Functions
  • Figure 3.4.2: 1st Choice Location for Accessing Applications
  • Figure 3.4.3: 2nd Choice Location for Accessing Applications
  • Figure 3.4.4: Cross Appplication Scores for Application Access
  • Figure 3.4.5: Location and Device to Control Applications
  • Figure 3.4.6: Devices to Access Application
  • Figure 3.4.7: 1st Choice Device for Accessing Applications
  • Figure 3.5.1: Task Confidence
  • Figure 3.5.2: DIY Scores
  • Figure 3.6.1: Divide Provider Distribution
  • Figure 3.6.2: Provider Preference
  • Figure 3.8.1: Reason for No Application Value
  • Figure 3.8.2: Scores of Barriers to Purchase
  • Figure 3.9.2: Scenario Creation Confidence
  • Figure 3.9.3: Scenario Confidence
  • Figure 3.9.4: Time Spent Setting Up Scenarios
  • Figure 3.9.5: Setup Time Expectation
  • Figure 3.9.6: 2 Choices of Location for Accessing Applications
  • Figure 3.9.7: Applications Controlled from the Car
  • Figure 3.9.8: Application Controlled from on Holiday
  • Figure 3.10.1: Value of Remote Updates
  • Figure 3.10.2: Social Media Usage
  • Figure 3.10.3: Social Media Application
  • Figure 3.10.4: Device Ownership
  • Figure 3.10.5: Value Ranking of Owned Devices
  • Figure 3.10.6: Device Value
  • Figure 3.10.7: Adopters Have Recommended
  • Figure 4.1.1: Respondent Residence
  • Figure 4.1.3: Respondent Gender
  • Figure 4.1.4: Decision Making
  • Figure 4.1.5: Decision Making - Male
  • Figure 4.1.6: Decision Making - Female
  • Figure 4.1.7: Behavioral Statements
  • Figure 4.1.8: Behavioral Statements
  • Figure 4.1.9: Ownership of Specific Items
  • Figure 4.1.10: Type of Alarm System Used by Respondent
  • Figure 4.1.11: Ownership of Specific Items
  • Figure 4.1.12: Do Any Dependant Children Live With You?
  • Figure 4.2.1: Device Ownership
  • Figure 4.2.2: Reasons Why No Applications are of Value
  • Figure 4.3.1: Channel for Purchase - Cross
  • Figure 4.3.2: Channel for Purchase - Full System
  • Figure 4.3.3: Channel for Purchase - Security System
  • Figure 4.3.4: Channel for Purchase - Connected LIghting
  • Figure 4.3.5: Channel for Purchase - Energy Management
  • Figure 4.3.6: Channel for Purchase - Hazard Detection
  • Figure 4.3.7: Channel for Purchase - Motorized Windows
  • Figure 4.3.8: Channel for Purchase - Motorized Blinds / Windows
  • Figure 4.3.9: Channel for Purchase - Smart Plug
  • Figure 4.3.10: Channel for Purchase - Garage Door
  • Figure 4.3.11: Channel for Purchase - Person Monitoring
  • Figure 4.3.12: Channel for Purchase - Door Lock
  • Figure 4.3.13: Channel for Purchase - Cross
  • Figure 4.3.14: Channel for Purchase - Cross
  • Figure 4.3.15: Installation Method
  • Figure 4.3.16: Why Professional Installation Method
  • Figure 4.3.17: Why Self Installation Method
  • Figure 4.3.18: Comfort Level With Adding Devices to WiFi Network
  • Figure 4.3.19: Confidence in IT and DIY Tasks
  • Figure 4.3.20: Scenario Preference
  • Figure 4.3.21: Confidence in Setting up Scenario
  • Figure 4.3.22: Time Setting up Scenario
  • Figure 4.3.23: 1st Choice Location for Accessing Applications
  • Figure 4.3.24: 2nd Choice Location for Accessing Applications
  • Figure 4.3.25: Devices to Access Application
  • Figure 4.3.26: Application Interface Location - None
  • Figure 4.3.27: Cross Application Scores for Application Access
  • Figure 4.3.28: Application Interface Location - At Work
  • Figure 4.3.29: Application Interface Location - In Car
  • Figure 4.3.30: Application Interface Location - Eating Out
  • Figure 4.3.31: Application Interface Location - Shopping
  • Figure 4.3.32: Application Interface Location - At Home
  • Figure 4.3.33: Application Interface Location - On Holiday
  • Figure 4.3.34: Location and Device to Control Applications
  • Figure 4.3.35: Location and Device to Control Garage Door
  • Figure 4.3.36: Location and Device to Aid in Kitchen Health
  • Figure 4.3.37: Location and Device to Monitor Pets
  • Figure 4.3.38: Location and Device to Monitor Personal Hygene
  • Figure 4.3.39: Location and Device to Control Out Door Devices
  • Figure 4.3.40: Location and Device to Control Water Heaters
  • Figure 4.3.41: Location and Device to Control Blinds and Curtains
  • Figure 4.3.42: Location and Device to Control Media
  • Figure 4.3.43: Location and Device to Control Lighting
  • Figure 4.3.44: Location and Device to Monitor Hazards
  • Figure 4.3.45: Location and Device to Access Personal Health Data
  • Figure 4.3.46: Location and Device to Monitor Dependent Well-being
  • Figure 4.3.47: Location and Device to Check Window / Door Lock Status
  • Figure 4.3.48: Location and Device to View Camera Feed
  • Figure 4.3.49: Location and Device to Lock / Unlock Front Door
  • Figure 4.3.50: Location and Device to Provide Alert to Intruders
  • Figure 4.3.51: Location and Device to Monitor Family Location
  • Figure 4.3.52: Location and Device to Control Home Appliance
  • Figure 4.3.53: Location and Device to Access Pool Control
  • Figure 4.3.54: Location and Device to Control Thermostat
  • Figure 4.3.55: Location and Device to Access Energy Data
  • Figure 4.3.56: Value of All Functions Being on One Device
  • Figure 4.3.57: Value of System Ability to Easily Re-locate to New Property
  • Figure 4.3.58: Value of System Ability to Easily Re-locate to New Property
  • Figure 4.3.59: Barriers to Puchasing Smart Home Products
  • Figure 4.5.1: Number of Devices Connected
  • Figure 4.5.2: Which Mart Home Devices do You Value the Most
  • Figure 4.5.3: Recommendations to Others
  • Figure 4.5.4: Was Device Part of Initial System
  • Figure 4.5.5: Was Pruchased as an Addition to Initial System
  • Figure 4.5.6: Why Did You Buy This Device? - Energy
  • Figure 4.5.7: Why Did You Buy This Device? - Security
  • Figure 4.5.8: Why Did You Buy This Device? - Health and Well-being
  • Figure 4.5.9: Why Did You Buy This Device? - Entertainment & Convenience

TABLES

  • Table ES.1: IoT in The Home - Supplier Ecosystems
  • Table 3.1.1: What do you consider to be the main barriers for you purchasing smart home products?
  • Table 3.1.2: What do you consider to be the main barriers for you purchasing smart home products? - Mean Score By Segment
  • Table 3.1.3: Comfortability with Data Sharing
  • Table 3.1.4: Trade off For Data Sharing
  • Table 3.1.5: How likely would you be to ‘opt in’ to a demand response program?
  • Table 3.2.1: Percentage indicating "Security Concerns" were the reason for their limited interest in an application
  • Table 3.2.2: Main barriers to purchasing smart home products?
  • Table 3.2.3: Main barriers to purchasing smart home products. Mean score distribution
  • Table 3.3.1: Which of the following connected devices do you currently own?
  • Table 3.3.2: How many of the following devices do you have installed in your home?
  • Table 3.3.3: What type of company would you go to first to buy the connected home devices?
  • Table 3.3.4: How valuable would it be if all of the functions could be controlled from a single app or program?
  • Table 3.3.5: Have you purchased any additional products since you installed your initial smart home system?
  • Table 3.3.6: When purchasing additional connected home devices, where did you go to purchase these products?
  • Table 3.3.7: Which of the following applied to your decision to purchase from your original supplier?
  • Table 3.3.8: Which of the following applied to your decision to purchase from a new supplier?
  • Table 3.4.1: Which of the following do you currently own?
  • Table 3.4.2: Please select the most important attribute that would influence your purchase of a connected device
  • Table 3.4.3: Many elderly or vulnerable people have panic buttons or alarms pendants. Who would benefit?
  • Table 3.4.4: Value of functionality when purchasing a connected home device?
  • Table 3.4.5: Value of functionality: Mean Score
  • Table 3.4.6: Which of the following devices would you like to have periferal ordering?
  • Table 3.4.7: Respondents who would not want to perform a certain function owing to "A Complex User Interface"
  • Table 3.5.1: Would you purchase a system that is professionally installed or would you install it yourself?
  • Table 3.5.2: Why would you prefer to have it professionally installed?
  • Table 3.5.3: Why would you prefer to install it yourself?
  • Table 3.5.4: Confidence in DIY install related tasks
  • Table 3.6.1: What type of company would you go to first to buy the connected home devices?
  • Table 3.7.1: Which connected devices do you currently own?
  • Table 3.7.2: Value of each application: Mean score
  • Table 3.8.1: Where did you first hear and learn about connected home devices?
  • Table 3.8.2: Reasons for not wanting each application
  • Table 3.8.3: Main barriers to purchasing smart home products
  • Table 3.9.1: Scenario Preference
  • Table 3.10.1: How likely would you be to do the following with TOU pricing?
  • Table 3.10.2: How likely would you be to ‘opt in’ to a demand response program ?
  • Table 3.10.3: Panic buttons and alarms
  • Table 3.10.4: Pill Cabinet sensors
  • Table 4.1.1: Q1.1 - Where Do You Live?
  • Table 4.1.2: Q1.2 - How Old Are You?
  • Table 4.1.3: Q1.3 - Are You Male or Female?
  • Table 4.1.4: Q1.4 - Do You Currently Own Your Home?
  • Table 4.1.5: Q1.5 - Which of These Best Describes Your Home?
  • Table 4.1.6: Q1.6 - On Average, How Much Does Your Household Spend on Electricity Per Month?
  • Table 4.1.7: Q1.7 - Which of These Best Describes the Annual Income of Your Household?
  • Table 4.1.8: Q1.8 - Who is The Primary Decision Maker?
  • Table 4.1.9: Q1.9 - Level of Agreement With Statements
  • Table 4.1.10: Q1.10 - Which of the Following do You Currently Own?
  • Table 4.1.11: Q1.11 - Which Best Describes Your Security System?
  • Table 4.1.12: Q1.12 - Which of The Following Apply to You?
  • Table 4.1.13: Q1.13 - How Many Devices Are Connected to Your Wi-Fi Network?
  • Table 4.1.14: Q1.14 - How Many People Live in Your Home (Including Yourself)?
  • Table 4.1.15: Q1.16 - How Long Do You See Yourself Living In Your Current Home?
  • Table 4.2.1: Q2.1 - Which of the following connected devices do you currently own?
  • Table 4.2.2: Q2.1 - Which of The Following Connected Devices Do You Currently Own?
  • Table 4.2.3: Q2.2 - How Much Would You Value Each of The Following Applications?
  • Table 4.2.4: Q2.2 - How Much Would You Value Each of The Following Applications?
  • Table 4.2.5: View Energy Consumption Data For Your Home
  • Table 4.2.6: Control Home Appliances
  • Table 4.2.7: Control Your Thermostat or Air Conditioning System
  • Table 4.2.8: Control and Monitor Pool and Spa Equipment
  • Table 4.2.9: Receive a Notification if You Have an Intruder in Your Home
  • Table 4.2.10: Receive a Notification When Your Child, Spouse or Other Relative Enters The Home
  • Table 4.2.11: Lock or Unlock Your Door to Let in Maintenance Workers, Friends, or Others
  • Table 4.2.12: Remotely View or Record a Camera Feed or Still-pictures of Your Home
  • Table 4.2.13: Check Whether Doors and Windows Are Open, Closed, Locked or Unlocked
  • Table 4.2.14: Monitor and Receive Alerts on The Well-being of an Elderly Relative or Spouse
  • Table 4.2.15: Monitor and Receive Alerts on Your Own Health Data
  • Table 4.2.16: Monitor and Receive Alerts on Fire, Smoke, Carbon Monoxide, or Water Leaks
  • Table 4.2.17: Monitor and Control Your Lighting
  • Table 4.2.18: Monitor Usage or Control Your TV, Sound System or Blu-Ray/DVD Player
  • Table 4.2.19: Open or Close Your Blinds, Curtains or Shutters
  • Table 4.2.20: Control Water Heaters
  • Table 4.2.21: Control Outdoor Devices, Such as Lights or Fountains
  • Table 4.2.22: Monitor Hygiene Activities
  • Table 4.2.23: A Button on Devices That Sends the Tech Support Phone Number to Your Phone
  • Table 4.2.24: Remotely Monitor and/or Care For My Pet
  • Table 4.2.25: Devices Automatically Order Replacement Parts
  • Table 4.2.26: A Button to Automatically Order and Buy a Replacement Product
  • Table 4.2.27: A Smart Kitchen That Helps You and Your Family Lead a Healthier Lifestyle
  • Table 4.2.28: Get Notification and Remotely Open or Close the Garage Door
  • Table 4.2.29: Q2.4 What Reasons Are Appropriate For You Not Wanting to be Able to Perform Each of the Following Applications?
  • Table 4.2.30: Q2.5 - Where Did You First Hear and Learn About Connected Home Devices?
  • Table 4.2.31: Q2.6 - Which of the Following Applications Would You Find Interesting?
  • Table 4.3.1: Q3.1 - For Each of the Following, What Type of Company Would You Go to First?
  • Table 4.3.2: Q3.2 - Would You Purchase a Professionally Installed or Self-installed System?
  • Table 4.3.3: Q3.3 - Why Would You Prefer to Have The System Professionally Installed?
  • Table 4.3.4: Q3.4 - Why Would You Prefer To Install it Yourself?
  • Table 4.3.5: Q3.5 - How Comfortable Would You Feel About Adding New Devices to Your Network?
  • Table 3.4.6: Q3.6 - How Confident Would You Feel if You Needed to Perform One of the Following Tasks?
  • Table 3.4.7: Q3.6 - How Confident Would You Feel if You Needed to Perform One of the Following Tasks?
  • Table 4.3.8: Q3.7 - Scenario Preference
  • Table 4.3.9: Q3.7 - Scenario Preference
  • Table 4.3.10: Q3.9 - Which of The Following Describes Your Confidence Level in Creating These Scenarios?
  • Table 4.3.11: Q3.10 - How Much Time Would You Spend Creating Scenarios for Your Smart Home?
  • Table 4.3.12: Q3.12 - How valuable if all of The Functions Could be Controlled From a Single App?
  • Table 4.3.13: Q3.13 - How Valuable is it For The System to be Easily Uninstalled And Taken With You When You Move House?
  • Table 4.3.14: Q3.14 -When Considering a New Home, How Valuable Would an Existing Smart Home System Be?
  • Table 4.3.15: Q3.15 -What Do You Consider to be The Main Barriers For You Purchasing Smart Home Products?
  • Table 4.3.16: Q3.15 -What do You Consider to be The Main Barriers For You Purchasing Smart Home Products?
  • Table 4.3.17: Q3.16 - For The Following, Select The Companies and Conditions Where You Feel Comfortable Sharing Data
  • Table 4.3.18: 3.16 - Trade Off For Data Sharing
  • Table 4.4.1: Q4.1 - Many Elderly/Vulnerable People Have Panic Buttons/Alarms. Which of The Following Applies to You?
  • Table 4.4.2: Q4.2 - Pill Cabinet Sensors
  • Table 4.4.3: Q4.3 - How Long Would You Expect The Payback Period to Be For Device
  • Table 4.4.4: Q4.4 to Q4.6 - How Valuable Would This Functionality Be?
  • Table 4.4.5: Q4.4 to Q4.6 - How Valuable Would This Functionality Be?
  • Table 4.4.6: Q4.7 - Which of The Following Devices Would You Like Automated Part Replacement For?
  • Table 4.4.7: Q4.8 - If Your Utility Adopted TOU Pricing, How Likely Would You be to do The Following?
  • Table 4.4.8: Q4.8 - If Your Utility Adopted TOU Pricing, How Likely Would You be to do The Following?
  • Table 4.4.9: Q4.9 - How Likely Would You Be To ‘opt in’ To a Demand Response Program?
  • Table 4.4.10: Q4.14 to Q4.17 - Please Select The Most Important Attribute That Would Influence Your Purchase
  • Table 4.4.11: Q4.18 - If You Had a Connected Security System, Which Would You Prefer?
  • Table 4.5.1: Q5.1 - How Many of The Following Devices Do You Have Installed in Your home?
  • Table 4.5.2: Q5.2 - Which Smart Home Devices do You Find Most Valuable?
  • Table 4.5.3: Q5.3 - Have You Ever Recommended Any of Your Connected Devices to Others?
  • Table 4.5.4: Q5.4 - Have You Purchased Any More Products Since Your Initial Smart Home System?
  • Table 4.5.5: Q5.5 Which Devices Were Part of The Initial System? Which Were Added Later?
  • Table 4.5.6: Q5.6 - When You Purchased Additional Connected Home Devices Where Did You Purchase Them
  • Table 4.5.7: Q5.7 - Which of The Following Applied to Your Decision to Purchase From Original Supplier?
  • Table 4.5.8: Q5.8 - Which of The following Applied to Your Decision to Purchase From a New Supplier?
  • Table 4.5.9: Q5.9 - I Purchased This Connected Device Because - Energy
  • Table 4.5.10: Q5.10 - I Purchased This Connected Sevice Because - Security
  • Table 4.5.11: Q5.11 - I Purchased This Connected Device Because - Health and Wellbeing
  • Table 4.5.12: Q5.12 - I Purchased This Connected Device Because - Comfort/Convenience
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