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Security Devices For Connected Homes: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2015 to 2021

Category : Aerospace & Defence  | Published Date : May-2015 | Pages : 366
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LEXINGTON, Massachusetts (May 14, 2015) - WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study Security Devices For Connected Homes: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2015 to 2021. Next generation home security devices achieve a complete replacement of existing security systems, 3D video cameras, automated connected thermostats, access sensors, and intrusion detection devices can al alert a person on the smart phone. Devices are wireless, are more energy efficient, last longer and have a significantly lower cost of operation. The study has 366 pages and 116 table and figures.

With successful strategies for increased market presence, product leadership and cost-efficiency, apps are well positioned for continued long-term profitable growth driven by the major economic trends: urbanization, rapid technological development and increased security requirements. There is significant innovation in the market for the connected home. Lower hardware prices, increased bandwidth availability, abundance of cloud capacity, sensor miniaturization, advances in wireless standards and mobile device smart phone evolution are market forces. Improved interfaces and alerting systems are the foundation for the connected home.

Home integrated networks implement home energy management (HEM) and security for the connected home. The connected home is evolving into a multibillion-dollar industry as people use the apps on their smart phone to substitute for a security monitoring service. The smart phone can send alerts and allow control of lighting. As wireless communication standards evolve to support systems integration, home owners gain more control of the living environment through remote access controlled by apps on the smart phone. Growth has huge implications for energy efficiency and demand response. The plethora of wireless communication standards include Wi-Fi, ZigBee, Z-Wave, Thread, and Bluetooth LE. Numerable platforms are available.

A lack of standards has presented a substantial barrier to overall smart home adoption by limiting interconnectivity between devices. The best security products to keep the home and family safe are interconnected modules. 2014 saw a wide expansion of security based do-it-yourself (DIY) home devices. Hub-based systems, point solutions, modules, and kits were available as self-install home security units. Security systems are part of a larger smart home systems market. Early adopters are adding to units already in place. The new modules are interconnected to apps on the smart phone. Point solutions category are primarily focused on security. The broader set of connected home solutions have modules that range from thermostats, doorbells and ceiling fans to slow cookers and irrigation controllers.

Crowdfunding sites like Indiegogo played a major role in helping drive funding for connected home devices and startups. Consumers, especially in younger generations, expect mobile apps, security cameras, and mobile notification features with their home security systems. Older generations and the non-do-it-yourselfers have a hard time with installation and maintenance of DIY connected home solutions. The combination of needs from both the young and old are creating a favorable environment for strong sustained growth in the Do-It-For-Me (DIFM) interactive security and connected home space.

According to Susan Eustis, leader of the team that prepared the study, “In 2014 the Security for Connected Homes saw a large number of big-name acquisitions and entries. Samsung made an acquisition of SmartThings. Google’s acquisitions were of Nest, Dropcam and Revolv. Apple acquired HomeKit. Quantities of fielded point devices and systems increased. What defines the market is the ability of a device to connect to a smart phone app and send alerts directly from a connected device to a remote smart phone” Open platforms and device interoperability help consumers preserve their investments by building on top of their existing connected home devices and services. This compatibility also expands the value of connected homes by linking previously isolated devices and services, further enhancing peace of mind and convenience in the home.

The hope is to offer consumers a more unified experience by giving them access to all of their devices from a single app or interface and enabling interactions and automation between previously isolated devices and services. Security devices for the connected home markets at $1.2 billion in 2014 are forecast to reach $7.7 billion dollars, worldwide by 2021. The continuation of 2014 trends, combined with low market awareness of the value of home automation, will force many connected home vendors to pivot and offer more than simple apps for device monitoring and control. This leads us to a big trend for 2015: movement toward interoperability between vendors, devices and platforms. WinterGreen Research is an independent research organization funded by the sale of market research studies all over the world and by the implementation of ROI models that are used to calculate the total cost of ownership of equipment, services, and software.

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SECURITY DEVICES FOR CONNECTED HOMES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Security for Connected Home Market Driving Forces
Security Connected Home Devices
Connected Home Security Provides Peace of Mind
Interactive Security
Market Consolidation And Big-Name Entries
Connected Homes Open Platforms And Device Interoperability
Connected Homes Evolution Beyond Mobile Apps
Connected Homes Software Defined Hardware Interfaces
Security for Connected Homes Market Shares
Security Devices for Connected Homes Market Forecasts

1. SECURITY FOR CONNECTED HOME MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS

1.1 Security for Connected Home Market
1.1.1 Home Security
1.1.2 Apartment Building and Condo Security for Connected Home Market
1.1.3 Gated Community Security
1.1.4 Connected Home Security Devices Are Used In Multi-Tenant Buildings
1.2 Universities and Colleges Education
1.3 Healthcare

2. SECURITY FOR CONNECTED HOME MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS

2.1 Security for Connected Home Market Driving Forces
2.1.1 Security Connected Home Devices
2.1.2 Connected Home Security Provides Peace of Mind
2.1.3 Interactive Security
2.1.4 Market Consolidation And Big-Name Entries
2.1.5 Connected Homes Open Platforms And Device Interoperability
2.1.6 Connected Homes Evolution Beyond Mobile Apps
2.1.7 Connected Homes Software Defined Hardware Interfaces
2.2 Security for Connected Homes Market Shares
2.2.1 Security Device Connected Home Market Shares, Units and Dollars
2.2.2 Belkin WeMo
2.2.3 Tyco
2.2.4 RISCO ProSYS
2.2.5 Essence Smart Security
2.2.6 Comcast
2.2.7 Hager Group Daitem Atral
2.2.8 Apple
2.2.9 Philips LED Hue
2.2.10 Paradox Insight App
2.2.11 UTC / Interlogix NetworX
2.2.12 GE
2.2.13 Google Nest
2.3 Security Devices for Connected Homes Market Forecasts
2.3.1 Security Devices for Connected Homes Market Segments
2.4 Connected Homes Market
2.4.1 Connected Homes Market Forecasts
2.4.2 Smart Homes Installed Base
2.5 Connected Home Security Device Prices
2.6 Security Device Connected Home Regional Analysis
2.6.1 North America
2.6.2 Europe
2.6.3 China

3. SECURITY FOR CONNECTED HOME PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3.1 Apple
3.1.1 Apple HomeKit for Hardware Developers
3.2 Philips / Hue
3.3 Belkin / WeMo
3.3.1 IFTTT Works With WeMo To Connect Home Electronics
3.3.2 Belkin WeMo Turn Lights On/Off And Dim Them Remotely
3.4 Essence Smart Security
3.4.1 Essence System Home Customization
3.4.2 Essence Home security Managed with Smart Phone
3.4.3 Essence Safety Monitoring At Home
3.4.4 Essence EverGuard Suite
3.4.5 Essence System Modularity
3.4.6 Essence System Flexibility
3.4.7 Essence System Personalized Solutions
3.4.8 Essence Smart Living
3.4.9 Essense WeR-Home
3.4.10 Essence Remote Smart Care
3.4.11 Essence Care-Home
3.4.12 Essence Care-Home Pers
3.5 Hager Group Daitem Atral E-Nova Alarm
3.5.1 Hager Group Daitem E-Nova Control Panel With Siren
3.5.2 Hager Group Daitem Information And Command Keypad
3.5.3 Daitem Alarm Pendant
3.5.4 Daitem Remote KeyFOB With Information Feedback
3.5.5 Daitem Vocal Keypad With Tag Reader And Proximity Detector
3.5.6 Daitem Vocal Keypad With Tag Reader And Proximity Detector
3.5.7 Daitem External Siren And Strobe With Vocal Messages
3.5.8 Daitem Plug-In Transmission Modules
3.5.9 Daitem 5 M External Motion Detector
3.5.10 Daitem Radio Smoke And Heat Detector, 10 Years Endurance
3.6 GE
3.7 Linear Technology / 2GIG
3.7.1 Linear Technology 2GIG Wireless Smoke/Heat Alarm
3.7.2 2GIG TS1 Touch Screen
3.7.3 Linear Technology 2GIG Passive Infrared Motion Detector
3.7.4 Linear Technology 2GIG 4 Button Key-Ring Remote
3.7.5 Linear Technology 2GIG Panic Button Remote
3.7.6 Linear Technology 2GIG Dbell1 Wireless Doorbell
3.7.7 Linear Technology 2GIG Wireless Keypad
3.7.8 Linear Technology 2GIG CT100 Energy Management
3.8 Paradox Insight App
3.8.1 Paradox Insight HD77 Camera
3.8.2 Paradox EVOHD
3.8.3 Paradox Insight Self-Monitoring Application
3.8.4 Paradox StayD
3.8.5 Paradox Spectra
3.8.6 Paradox GPRS / GSM / IP / Voice
3.9 RISCO Group ProSYS
3.9.1 RISCO BWare
3.9.2 RISCO ProSYS Main Panel
3.9.3 RISCO Keypads and Proximity Keys
3.9.4 RISCO Security Management Solutions
3.9.5 RISCO axesplus
3.9.6 RISCO SynopSYS Integrated Security & Building Management
3.10 Tyco Fire Detection
3.10.1 Tyco Fire Suppression
3.10.2 Tyco Video Surveillance
3.10.3 Tyco Intrusion Detection
3.10.4 Tyco Monitoring
3.10.5 Tyco Integrated Security
3.10.6 Tyco Access Control
3.11 UTC / Interlogix NetworX
3.11.1 UTC / Interlogix Touch Screen Keypad
3.11.2 UTC / Interlogix Direct Connect Upload Module
3.11.3 UTC / Interlogix truPortal
3.12 Comcast XFINITY Home Security
3.12.1 Comcast XFINITY Home Security Live Video Monitoring
3.12.2 Comcast XFINITY Home Security Turning Lights On and Off, Thermostat On and Off
3.12.3 Comcast XFINITY Home Security Protects Against Fire And Floods
3.12.4 Comcast Xfinity Home
3.13 Google Nest
3.13.1 Google / Nest Protect
3.13.2 Google / Nest Safety History
3.13.3 Google / Nest Learning Thermostat
3.13.4 Google Chromecast
3.14 August Smart Lock
3.14.1 August’ Keyless System
3.14.2 August Total Control
3.15 Canary Security
3.16 ivee Sleek
3.17 LG HomeChat
3.17.1 Google Nest meets LG HomeChat
3.18 iSmartAlarm's iCamera Keep
3.19 iControl Networks / Piper NV
3.19.1 No Monthly Fees
3.19.2 Piper Security Camera Boasts Superb Night Vision
3.19.3 iControl Networks Piper NV Simple to Install
3.19.4 iControl / Sercomm
3.20 Samsung Home Security

4. SECURITY DEVICE TECHNOLOGY FOR THE CONNECTED HOME

4.1 Connected Home Camera Technology
4.1.1 Connected Home Camera Cloud Technology
4.2 IFTTT
4.2.1 Wireless Technology
4.3 Wireless Communication Standards
4.3.1 Google / Nest / Thread
4.4 IBM and Texas Instruments Collaboratively Develop Lifecycle-Management for IoT Devices
4.4.1 IBM and Semtech
4.4.2 Lantronix Python Support For Its Intelligent Device Software Platform

5. SECURITY FOR CONNECTED HOME COMPANY PROFILES

5.1 Apple
5.1.1 Apple Business Strategy
5.1.2 Apple Product Introductions
5.1.3 Apple Second Quarter 2015 Revenue
5.1.4 Apple iPhone
5.1.5 Apple HomeKit
5.2 Assa Abloy
5.2.1 Assa Abloy Revenue
5.2.2 Assa Abloy Wireless Locks Boost Food Safety Compliance
5.3 August
5.3.1 August Smart Lock.
5.4 Belkin
5.4.1 Belkin WeMo Sensors
5.4.2 Belkin Partner Advantage Program.
5.4.3 Belkin Acquisition of Linksys
5.5 Canary
5.6 Comcast
5.6.1 NBC Universal
5.6.2 Comcast Cable
5.6.3 Comcast TV
5.6.4 Comcast Internet
5.6.5 Comcast Internet Essentials
5.6.6 Comcast Communications
5.6.7 Comcast Mobile
5.6.8 Comcast Xfinity Home
5.6.9 Comcast Customer Experience
5.6.10 Comcast Business
5.6.11 Comcast Advertising
5.7 Digilock
5.8 Essence
5.8.1 Essence Customer Experience
5.9 GE
5.9.1 GE Lighting Solutions
5.9.2 5.21.1 General Electric Lighting
5.9.3 GE Tetra EdgeStrip and Tetra miniStrip
5.9.4 GE Evolve LED Fixtures Reduce Auto Dealership's Energy Costs by $49, 000 Annually
5.9.5 GE Scorecard
5.9.6 GE Manufactures Electrical Distribution And Control Products, Lighting And Power Panels, Switchgear And Circuit Breakers
5.9.7 GE Home & Business Solutions
5.9.8 GE Offers Major Home Appliances
5.9.9 GE Lamps
5.9.10 GE Lighting Solutions
5.9.11 GE Healthcare
5.9.12 GE Healthcare Regional P&Ls
5.9.13 GE Key Medical Care Areas: Cardiology
5.9.14 GE Neurology
5.9.15 GE Emergency Medicine
5.9.16 GE Oncology
5.9.17 GE Women’s Health
5.9.18 GE Healthcare Oxygen Humidifier
5.9.19 GE Healthcare Air/O2 Blender
5.9.20 GE M2100 Air/O2 Blender
5.9.21 GE Invests $100 Million to Grow its LED Lighting Business; Forms New Strategic Alliance
5.9.22 GE Supports Innovation
5.9.23 General Electric Offers Wind Turbine Customers Clean Energy From Solar Panels
5.10 Google
5.10.1 Google Competition
5.10.2 Google 'Talk With A Doctor Now' Video Chat Service May Give Telemedicine Industry A Boost
5.10.3 Google Business
5.10.4 Google / Nest / Samsung
5.10.5 Google Self-Driving Car
5.10.6 Google Cars Address Vast Majority Of Vehicle Accidents Due To Human Error
5.10.7 Google Business
5.10.8 Google Corporate
5.10.9 Google Search
5.11 Hager Group
5.11.1 Hager Group Key Figures
5.11.2 Hager / Daitem Atral
5.11.3 Daitem Protecting Business Premises
5.12 HTC
5.12.1 HTC Innovation Through Collaboration
5.13 Icontrol Networks
5.13.1 Icontrol Networks
5.14 Ivee
5.15 LG
5.16 Nortek Security & Control LLC
5.16.1 Nortek Security & Control Linear Technology / 2GIG
5.17 Paradox
5.17.1 Paradox Offers Motion Detectors
5.18 Philips
5.18.1 Phiips Visicu
5.18.2 Philips Addresses Healthcare Landscape
5.18.3 Philips/Respironics Monitoring Solution
5.18.4 Philips Healthcare
5.18.5 Royal Philips Electronics / Respironics
5.19 RISCO Group
5.19.1 RISCO Group Smartphone Application Offers Users Remote Access To Their Security System
5.20 Samsung
5.20.1 Samsung Finds Talent And Adapts Technology To Create Products
5.20.2 Samsung Adapts to Change, Samsung Embraces Integrity
5.20.3 Samsung Telecom Equipment Group
5.20.4 Samsung Memory Over Logic
5.21 Sercomm
5.21 Tyco
5.21.1 Tyco Security Services
5.21.2 Tyco Fire Protection Services
5.21.1 Tyco Competition
5.21.2 Tyco Fire Detection
5.22 United Technologies Corp /UTC
5.22.1 UTC / Interlogix
5.23 Selected Connected Home Security Systems
5.23.1 CPI Security inTouch system - Remote Control of your Home and Business Security System
5.23.2 Sticky Ice Games Compatible with: iPhone iPad, Security System
5.23.3 Zeeplox
5.23.4 Fingerprint Security System
5.23.5 Alarm Security System
5.23.6 SOS–SMS: System of the Operational Security
5.23.7 Security Spy (IP Camera System)
5.23.8 Security System (iPad Edition)
5.23.9 Lock My Phone - Security System
5.23.10 Don`t Touch - Security System Lite
5.23.11 Face Unlock - Security System
5.23.12 Watchdog Security Alarm System
5.23.13 Alarm Security System for iPhone

4 HOMELAND SECURITY ADVISORY SYSTEM

5.23.14 My Security Account
5.23.15 isentry.net
5.23.16 Maxkin X1
5.23.17 Oceanic Sec
5.23.18 Home Security Systems
5.23.19 Eldes Smart Security
5.23.20 Voice Security - Screen Lock
5.23.21 e-Alarm
5.23.22 HomeControl+
5.23.23 DST Security
5.23.24 RedShield
5.23.25 Security Lights
5.23.26 Secolink
5.23.27 G5 Alarm
5.23.28 G3 Alarm

LIST OF TABLES

Table ES-1 Connected Home Market Security Key Challenges
Table ES-2 Innovation in The Market For Security Devices For The Connected Home
Table ES-3 Home Security Solution Modules
Table ES-4 Acquisition Activity in Security for Connected Homes
Figure ES-6 Security Device Connected Home, Worldwide, Market Share, 2014
Table ES-7 Security Devices for Connected Homes Markets Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021
Figure 1-1 Connected Home Security System Cloud Architecture
Table 2-1 Connected Home Market Security Key Challenges
Table 2-2 Innovation in The Market For Security Devices For The Connected Home
Table 2-3 Home Security Solution Modules
Table 2-4 Acquisition Activity in Security for Connected Homes
Figure 2-6 Security Device Connected Home, Worldwide, Market Share, 2014
Table 2-7 Security Device Connected Home Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014
Table 2-8 Security Device Connected Home Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2014
Table 2-9 Security Devices for Connected Homes Markets Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021
Table 2-10 Security Devices for Connected Homes Markets Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-202164
Table 2-11 Security Devices for Connected Homes Market Segments, Cameras, Intrusion Detection, Fire Alarms, Integrated Networking, Monitoring, Lighting, and Appliance Controls, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021
Table 2-12 Security Devices for Connected Homes Market Segments, Cameras, Intrusion Detection, Fire Alarms, Integrated Networking, Monitoring, Lighting, and Appliance Controls, Percent, Worldwide, 2015-2021
Figure 2-13 Connected Homes Markets Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021
Table 2-14 Connected Homes Markets, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021
Table 2-15 Connected Homes Markets Segments, Security, Healthcare, Lighting, Entertainment, and Energy Controls, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021
Table 2-16 Connected Homes Markets Segments, Security, Healthcare, Lighting, Entertainment, and Energy Controls, Percent, Worldwide, 2015-2021
Table 2-17 Connected Homes Number and Percent Penetration Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2015-2021
Figure 2-18 Connected Home Market Opportunity
Figure 2-19 Security Device Connected Homes Market Analysis Regional Market Segments, 2014
Table 2-20 Security Device Connected Homes Market Analysis Regional Market Segments, 2014
Figure 3-1 Philips / Hue Brilliant LED Light With Intuitive Technology
Figure 3-2 Belkin WeMo LED Lighting Schedules
Figure 3-3 Belkin WeMo LED Lighting Starter Set
Figure 3-4 Belkin WEMO Smart Bulbs
Figure 3-5 Look Like You Are At Home
Figure 3-6 Belkin WEMO Modular
Figure 3-7 Belkin WeMo
Table 3-8 WeMo Related Products
Figure 3-9 Essence Connected Home Value
Figure 3-10 Essence Security Monitoring Modular & Expandable
Table 3-11 Essence Security Monitoring Features
Table 3-12 Essence Security Monitoring Functions
Figure 3-13 Essence EverGuard Suite Camera Detector
Figure 3-14 Essence System Framework
Figure 3-15 Essence System Cloud Architecture
Table 3-16 Essence Smart Home Key Functions
Figure 3-17 Essence Smart Home Key Features
Figure 3-18 Essence System Analytics Value
Table 3-19 Essence Security Connected Home System Benefits
Table 3-20 Essence Connected Home System Care-Home Learns The Daily Habits And Behaviors Of Individuals And Alerts For Any Deviation
Figure 3-21 Essence System Care-Home Control Panel
Table 3-22 Essence Care-Home Pers Key Features
Figure 3-23 Hager Group Daitem E-Nova Control Panel With Siren
Table 3-24 Hager Group Daitem E-Nova Control Panel With Siren Functions
Figure 3-25 Hager Group Daitem Information And Command Keypad
Figure 3-26 Hager Group Daitem Information And Command Functions
Figure 3-27 Hager Group Daitem Alarm Pendant
Table 3-28 Daitem Emergency Call And Alarm Pendant Functions
Figure 3-29 Daitem Remote KeyFOB With Information Feedback
Table 3-30 Daitem Remote KeyFOB With Information Feedback Functions
Figure 3-31 Daitem Vocal Keypad
Table 3-32 Daitem Vocal Keypad With Tag Reader And Proximity Detector Functions
Table 3-33 Daitem External Siren And Strobe With Vocal Messages Functions
Table 3-34 Daitem Plug-In Transmission Modules Functions
Table 3-35 Daitem 5 M External Motion Detector Functions
Table 3-36 Daitem Radio Smoke And Heat Detector Functions
Table 3-37 GE Personal Security Alarm Kit Features
Table 3-38 GE Personal Security Alarm Kit
Figure 3-39 Linear Technology 2GIG Go!Control Control Panel
Table 3-40 Linear Technology2GIG Go!Control Features
Table 3-41 2gig Go!Control Advanced Security And Home Management Solution Features134
Figure 3-42 Linear Technology 2GIG Wireless Carbon Monoxide Detector
Table 3-43 Linear Technology 2GIG Wireless Carbon Monoxide Detector Features
Table 3-44 Linear Technology 2GIG Wireless Smoke/Heat Alarm Features
Table 3-45 Linear Technology 2GIG TS1 Touch Screen Features
Table 3-46 Linear Technology 2GIG Passive Infrared Motion Detector Features
Table 3-47 Paradox Insight Integrated Solution of HD Video / Audio Monitoring App Functions
Table 3-48 Paradox Insigh HD77 Camera HD77 Key Features
Table 3-49 Paradox Insight EVOHD Key Features
Table 3-50 Paradox Insight App: Users Can Manage The Entire System From A Mobile Device
Table 3-51 Paradox StayD Features
Table 3-52 RISCO BWare State-Of-The-Art Commercial Detector Features
Table 3-53 RISCO axesplus Security System Features
Table 3-54 RISCO SynopSYS Integrated Security & Building Management Functions
Table 3-55 Tyco Customized Fire Detection Solutions Advanced Safety And Security Target Market Positioning
Table 3-56 Tyco Fire Detection Solutions Customer Base
Table 3-57 Tyco advancing Safety And Security With World-Class Video Surveillance
Table 3-58 Tyco Intrusion Detection
Figure 3-59 Comcast XFINITY Home Security
Table 5-60 Comcast Xfinity Home Modules
Figure 3-61 Google / Nest Learning Thermostat
Figure 3-62 August Smart Lock
Table 3-63 Canary Security System Components
Figure 3-64 Canary Security All In One Device
Figure 3-65 ivee Sleek Security Alarm
Figure 3-66 Google Nest Away Features
Figure 3-67 Piper NV Security Camera
Figure 3-68 Samsung Home Security Featured Products
Table 4-1 Connected Home Camera Cloud Technology Features
Table 4-2 Wireless Communication Standards
Table 4-3 Thread Group Members Working To Develop An IP-Based Wireless Networking Protocol For Connected-Home Products
Table 5-1 Assa Abloy Security Segment Leading Positions
Figure 5-2 Assa Abloy Sales and Operating Income
Figure 5-3 August Connect Security Remote Access
Table 5-4 Canary Security Components
Table 5-5 Canary Security Requirements
Table 5-6 Comcast Xfinity Home Modules
Figure 5-7 Digilock Body Styles
Figure 5-8 Essence Connected Home Solutions
Figure 5-9 Essence Worldwide Presence
Figure 5-10 Global Security Service Provider
Figure 5-11 Essence Smart Home Security Service Provider
Figure 5-12 Essence CSPs Security Service Offerings
Figure 5-13 Essence CSP-SSP Partnering for Self Monitoring Security Service Provider Smart Home Offerings
Figure 5-14 Essence Homecare Security Services
Figure 5-15 Essence Security Services Positioning
Figure 5-16 GE Scorecard 2013, 2012 261 GE 2014 262 Source: Milken Institute.
Figure 5-17 GE Healthcare Oxygen Humidifier
Table 5-18 GE Healthcare Oxygen Humidifier
Figure 5-19 GE Healthcare Air/O2 Blender
Table 5-20 Google Nest Development Partners
Table 5-21 Google Autonomous Vehicles Technology
Figure 5-22 Hager Group Brands
Figure 5-23 Hager Group Solutions
Figure 5-24 Hager Group Development Focus
Figure 5-25 Hager Group Locations
Figure 5-26 Daitem Modules for Protecting the Home
Table 5-27 Daitem Businesses Wireless Security Technology Motion Detector With Image Recording Functions
Figure 5-28 Daitem Security Product Components
Table 5-29 Philips Positions To Simplify Global Healthcare Delivery For The Long Term
Table 5-30 Philips Healthcare Delivery Product Positioning
Table 5-31 Tyco Customized Fire Detection Solutions Advanced Safety And Security Target Market Positioning
Table 5-32 Tyco Fire Detection Solutions Customer Base
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