Wednesday 19th November, 2014
4:15pm to 5:00pm
Many consumers are purchasing products such as smart programmable thermostats and smart smoke detectors today as stand-alone devices, but Parks Associates research shows consumers clearly prefer smart home systems with extended capabilities that integrate multiple devices. Consumers expect all of their devices to work together, regardless of when or how they are purchased. Companies offering smart products and smart home platforms that can provide this benefit will have a competitive advantage. This session examines the increasing number of ways to ensure products can interoperate and analyzes the solutions needed to satisfy all players, including the consumer.
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