Smart Home Platforms for Health

The smart home industry is looking for new growth opportunities, including home-based health and wellness solutions and independent living products and services. This report examines the potential for smart home platforms to support new home-based digital health applications and services and the requirements for related business models and partnerships. It provides a five-year market forecast of direct and indirect revenues generated from offering health applications and services on smart home platforms in the U.S.

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1.0      Report Summary

1.1  Purpose of Report

1.2  Scope of Report

1.3  Research Approach/Sources

2.0      Smart Home Industry Growth and Platforms

2.1  Growth and Momentum of the Smart Home Industry

2.2  Smart Home Platforms

3.0      Connected Health Opportunities in a Smart Home

3.1  Platform Extension into Connected Health: An Ecosystem Overview

3.2  Market Drivers and Challenges

Market Drivers

Market Challenges

3.3  Connected Health Applications and Market Movers and Shakers

Connected Health Applications

Market Movers and Shakers

3.4  Application and Data Integration

3.5  Connected Health Business Models for Smart Home Platform Players

4.0      Forecasts of Connected Health Opportunities for Smart Home Platforms

4.1  Forecast Methodology & Assumptions

4.2  Forecasts of U.S. Smart Home Households Benefiting From Connected Health Applications and Services: 2015-2019

5.0      Implications and Recommendations

6.0      Appendix

6.1  Glossary

6.2  Company Index

Companies Researched and Interviewed for This Report
Consumer Familiarity with Smart Home Concept
Most Appealing Smart Home Use Cases
Smart Home Platform Architecture
Smart Home Platform Segmentation: by Platform Openness and Installation Requirements
Smart Home Platform Profile: Alarm.com
Smart Home Platform Profile: AlertMe
Smart Home Platform Profile: Amdocs
Smart Home Platform Profile: AT&T Digital Life
Smart Home Platform Profile: Essence Group
Smart Home Platform Profile: Icontrol
Smart Home Platform Profile: Prodea
Smart Home Platform Profile: Clear2There
Summary: Smart Home Platform Brands and Their Current Capabilities
Ecosystem of Connected Home Platform for Connected Health Opportunities
Top 10 Countries with the Largest Population Aged 80 and older in 2013 and 2050
Connected Health Applications by Category
Summary Assessment: Connected Health Applications
Connected Health Opportunities by Adjacency and Complexity to Smart Home Platform
Connected Health Platform Providers by Product Categories
Connected Health Platforms: Company Profiles
Connected Health Application Developers by Solution Categories
Connected Health Applications and Services: Company Profiles
Data Integration Platforms: Apple, Google, Microsoft, & Samsung
A Scenario-based Forecast Model: Components and Structure
The Bull Case: U.S. Smart Home Households with Connected Health Applications & Services from a Smart Home Service Platform (2015-2019)
The Bear Case: U.S. Smart Home Households with Connected Health Applications & Services from a Smart Home Service Platform (2015-2019)
The Normal Case: U.S. Smart Home Households with Connected Health Applications & Services from a Smart Home Service Platform (2015-2019)
Weighted/Blended: U.S. Smart Home Households that Adopt Connected Health Applications & Services from a Smart Home Service Platform (2015-2019)
Smart Home Platform Households and Connected Health Application/Service Households (2015-2019)

Publish Date: 2Q 2015

Pages: 62


Authored By:
Harry Wang - Senior Director of Research

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