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Smart Home Energy Management Marketplace Discussed in MIC Report Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com

08 Feb 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The global market for smart homes grows at a relatively swift rate, and its growth is supported by growing focus on sustainability, increased awareness amid consumers regarding energy consumption and regulatory mandates related to conservation of energy, among others. Smart homes represent a very attractive opportunity for service providers, be they technology giants or newly established companies.

With the growing interest in saving energy (particularly in such major countries as the USA and Japan), the market for smart home management is set to grow at a relatively swift pace in the years to come.

Some of entrenched market players comprise: Honeywell, Nest Labs, Bosch and Samsung, to name a few.

Cutting-edge research report “Smart Home Energy Management: Patent Analysis and Vendors Strategies” drawn up by MIC offers a detailed analysis of the global market for smart home energy management. The study provides a bird’s eye view of this swiftly increasing marketplace. It contains a thorough overview of the smart home energy management technology. The report investigates a patent mining process and insightfully covers deployment strategies of the most prominent assignees.

Companies mentioned in the research study comprise: IBM, LG, Nest Labs, Microsoft, Toshiba, Google, Cisco, Allure Energy, ETRI, and more.

Report Details:

Smart Home Energy Management: Patent Analysis and Vendors Strategies
Published: January, 2016
Pages: 34
Price: US$ 2,500.00 

Reasons to Buy:

  • get a detailed overview of the global marketplace;
  • in-depth coverage of patent mining;
  • valuable information on major assignees’ deployment strategies;
  • data on vendor strategies;
  • and more.

More insightful report by this publisher are available at MIC page


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