Smart Home Lighting Market Sees Innovative Offerings, According to Parks Associates Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
14 Feb 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Practically every aspect of the home has become connected to the Internet today. Connected homes have cutting-edge smart appliances, surveillance cameras, connected lights, and much more.
Smart lighting for connected homes provides enhanced ambience, energy, security and safety, more entertainment, and even health benefits.
There are already a host of companies taking part in the action with no signs of losing steam.
Osram Sylvania is bringing innovative lighting solutions that seamlessly integrate with the Xfinity Home platform and offers home control and green-tech features. The firm keeps on developing its Xfinity Home product by creating more novel, innovative home automation solutions for people to enjoy.
Phillips Lighting has upgraded the second-generation Fortimo LED Line modules which are currently certified to Zhaga Book 7 specification. The firm has also overpassed 300 licensees in its luminaire and retrofit bulb licensing programme.
New report “Smart Lighting Landscape for the Connected Home” developed by Parks Associates offers an in-depth analysis of the smart lighting universe of services and products for the connected home, with a particular focus on 4 industry segments. The report gives a detailed overview of the market drivers, industry trends in lighting systems and devices. It also examines the competitive landscape, and contains forecasts for selected smart lighting devices.
- An overview of the smart home lighting market covering key terms, components, devices, and control options;
- An analysis of smart lighting offerings for different industry channels with an assessment of functionality, comparisons of products, barriers and drivers, and trends;
- A discussion of the dominant players and company profiles for industry leaders in each of the market channels;
- Detailed 5-year unit sales projections for smart light bulbs, smart light outlets/switches/dimmers, and smart plugs/adapter modules for the North America and Western European markets.
Companies discussed include: ADT Security, Control4, ilumi, Samsung SmartThings, Amazon, Cree, Leviton, Stack, Apple, Crestron, LIFX, Vivint, AT&T Digital Life, General Electric, Lowe's Iris, Wink, Belkin WeMo, Honeywell, Lutron, Xfinity Home, BeOn, Hunter Fan Company, Osram Sylvania, Big Ass Fans, Insteon, and Philips Hue.
More cutting-edge research publications by the publisher are available at Parks Associates page.