US Security System Households Tend to Own Networked Camera, States Parks Associates in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
03 Feb 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – In the USA, 9% of households with broadband access owned an IP or networked security in 2015. 44% of those who do have a networked security solution access that device or control it from a distance on a day-to-day or almost-day-to-date basis.
The percentage share of households owning a networked security camera and subscribing to a professional home security monitoring service is far higher than those that do not have such a service.
It is highly likely that security system households possess a networked camera as against non-security system households. Amid US broadband households with professional home security monitoring, 32% also own a networked security camera. These devices are capable of adding a extra layer of protection to a system at a comparatively low cost, so watchful consumers have been a good target group to produce these products.
In-demand research report “Delivering Peace of Mind: Connected Home Devices & Sensors” drawn up by Parks Associates gives an unbiased assessment of the present-day diverse smart home devices that offer security and safety at home and also novel devices under development.
The study presents advancements in home security devices; covers adoption, buying, and buying intent figures with respect to security devices. It provides demographic profiles of device owners. The research report canvasses the industry trends impacting smart home devices and the professional monitoring security sector. It analyses the trends prevalent in the smart security devices sector as well as the challenges faced by players. Furthermore, detailed 5-year Western Europe and North America unit sales projections for IP cameras and a 5-year US forecast figures for smart video doorbells are available as well.
More studies by our market research partner are available at Parks Associates page.