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スマートホームへのダッシュボード:アプリとアプリケーションプログラムインタフェース(API)

Dashboard to Smart Home: Apps and APIs

 

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Parks Associates
パークスアソシエイツ社
2015年10月US$3,200
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米国調査会社パークスアソシエイツ社(Parks Associates)の調査レポート「スマートホームへのダッシュボード:アプリとアプリケーションプログラムインタフェース(API)」は、米国のホームセキュリティ市場を調査しています。家電製品がどこからでもネットワーク接続できるようになり、クラウドサービスの利用がますます増加していくことで、消費者に新しい価値をもたらす革新的な利用ができるようになり、新しいビジネスチャンスが生まれています。この調査レポートは、アプリやAPIがどのように、ネットワーク接続するホームコントロールのOEMやサービスプロバイダ、デベロッパなどにとっての新たなビジネスチャンスを創造するかについて調査しています。スマートホームでのアプリやAPI利用のビジネスモデルや利用ケースについても詳述しています。

Devices in the home are increasingly connected to a cloud service, providing access from anywhere and creating new opportunities to deliver innovative value propositions to the consumer. This report examines how apps and APIs create new business opportunities for OEMs of connected home controls, service providers, and app developers. It also provides details of the business models and case studies on the use of apps and APIs in the smart home sector.



目次

Dashboard

1.0            Report Summary

1.1            Purpose of Report

1.2            Scope of Report

1.3            Research Approach

2.0            Apps and APIs: Role in the Smart Home Ecosystem

2.1            Smart Home Landscape

2.1.1        Interoperability: A Key Barrier to Smart Home Adoption

2.2            APIs and the Smart Home

2.2.1        Types of APIs for Smart Home

2.2.2        API Design and Development Considerations

2.3            Unique APIs for Smart Home Experiences

2.3.1        Smart Watch/Wearable APIs

2.3.2        Voice Control APIs

3.0            APIs: Critical Issues

3.1            API Management

3.2            API-related Security and Privacy

3.3            Monetization through API

4.0            Case Studies

4.1            SmartThings

4.2            Apigee Link

5.0            Market Implications and Recommendations

6.0            Appendix

6.1            Company Index

6.2            Image Sources

 

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Companies researched or interviewed for the report
Technologies Enabling the Home Monitoring and Controls Market
Evolution of the Smart Home Value Proposition
Major Challenges to Build Seamless Smart Home Experiences
IoT Data Exchange Models
IoT Standards and Protocols
Using Apps with Smart Home Devices
Frequency of use of Smartphone, Tablet, or Computer to Control Smart Devices
Smart Home Dashboard Apps
Smart Home Platform Segmentation: by Platform Openness and Installation Requirements
Device Intelligence Location – Advantages and Disadvantages
Smart Home Players on Apple Watch
Most Appealing Smart Watch Use Cases among Early Adopters
API Management Services: Key Functions
API Management: Unique Solution Providers
SmartThings’ Device Partners
Apigee Link’s Roles in a Smart Home

 

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22% of smart watch owners or purchase intenders plan to use the watch for home control and automation

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Industry report examines how apps and APIs create new business opportunities for connected home OEMs and service providers

New Parks Associates research reveals home controls and automation are key use cases in the smart watch market, as more than one in five U.S. broadband households that own or plan to buy a smart watch intend to use this device for these applications. Dashboard to Smart Home: Apps and APIs notes that more than 80% of smartphone/tablet users who own at least one smart home device have downloaded mobile apps for these devices.

“The accessibility of a smart watch makes it a natural fit as a remote control for smart home features such as turning on lights remotely, closing garage doors, and adjusting thermostat settings,” said Harry Wang, Director, Mobile and Health Products Research, Parks Associates. “Many smart home device makers and solution providers have already moved into the wearables ecosystem, with nearly 20 having created an Apple Watch app for their technology. They have to contend with some challenges unique to the smart watch, including the relatively low processing power when compared to smartphones as well as the small screen size, which makes user interaction difficult for setting up complex scenarios and work flows.”

Parks Associates analysts say that mobile devices are becoming the de facto controllers for home automation, with apps as the critical interface between the user and the home. For example, nearly 50% of U.S. broadband households with a smart garage door opener use a smartphone, tablet, or computer to control the opener almost every day. The expansion of mobile device platforms to wearable form factors is creating many opportunities for developers to build services and applications for wearables in the smart watch space because of the extra convenience that wearables offer, particularly when voice-control APIs become more capable and intelligent.

“A close relationship will develop down the road between wearable device makers and successful smart home device makers, app developers, and platform providers,” Wang said. “App usage associated with smart home devices such as thermostats, doorbells, and smoke detectors ranges from 83% to over 90% of all device owners. Smart home players can’t afford to miss the opportunity represented by wearables in navigating and controlling smart home devices.”

Report topics include:

  • Smart home landscape
  • API as a bridge between devices, the cloud, and services and applications
  • Critical issue facing APIs in the smart home space
  • Case studies of API use in the smart home space
  • Analysis of the role played by APIs in the smart home space

About Parks Associates: Parks Associates is an internationally recognized market research and consulting company specializing in emerging consumer technology products and services. Founded in 1986, Parks Associates creates research capital for companies ranging from Fortune 500 to small start-ups through market reports, primary studies, consumer research, custom research, workshops, executive conferences, and annual service subscriptions.

The company's expertise includes the Internet of Things (IoT), digital media and platforms, entertainment and gaming, home networks, Internet and television services, digital health, mobile applications and services, support services, consumer apps, advanced advertising, consumer electronics, energy management, and home control systems and security.

 

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