Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Can an AI burglar alarm predict break-ins before they happen?

Despite all of the talk surrounding smart, connected homes and the Internet of Things, according to analysts and research firms, the only area where the technology is really gaining traction with consumers is home security, an area where the benefits are clear.

Parks Associates research shows that almost one-in-four US broadband homes has an active security system installed and that percentage is growing rapidly as systems develop to offer remote interactivity via apps and other connected features.

"The security industry is the leading channel for smart home services," said Tom Kerber, Director of IoT Strategy, Parks Associates. "Interactive services have fueled growth in the security industry over the past five years and will continue to do so over the next five years."

From the article "Can an AI burglar alarm predict break-ins before they happen?"

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