Home Security: Technology Assessment and Concerns

Cyber Security and Energy Harvesting Solutions Drives Growth Opportunities in Connected Homes
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Published: 30 Sep 2016

Home security is part of a wider industry trend toward greater security efficiency leveraging Big Data and wider integration of information and communications technology (ICT). Research and development (R&D) in advanced sensor to detect unauthorized person and biometrics will have a high impact on home security market. The growing use of cloud-based wireless information technology (IT) systems in smart homes involving integration between operational and commercial services will become faster and easier to implement. The home security market dynamics will slowly shift away from mechanical activities to an increasingly technological approach as end users seek enhanced operational efficiency and cost savings. The technology and innovation report assesses five key areas within home security segment and also assess concerns hindering technology implementation. Innovations are captured from different dimensions such as access control, perimeter protection, surveillance, lighting, and cyber security. Key questions addressed in the research service: What is the current status of home security industry? What are the emerging needs? What are the transformational trends shaping the home security industry? What are the key elements in home security? How cyber security will benefit different applications in home security? What are the key innovations in home security industry? What are the growth opportunities?

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