Connected Cars and the Smart Home: Crossover Opportunities

Growing adoption of smart home systems and technologies is coinciding with the increasing prevalence of connected consumer vehicles. Crossover solutions between these two ecosystems are emerging in the home security, home controls, entertainment, and energy sectors, among others. This report assesses smart home-connected car crossover opportunities, profiles early initiatives, and highlights the significant complexities inherent in bridging the ecosystems. The report includes a five-year forecast of connected cars in the U.S. market.

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1.0            Report Summary

1.1            Purpose of Report

1.2            Scope of Report

1.3            Research Approach

2.0            The Converging of the Connected Car and Smart Home Markets

2.1            The Connected Car Market

2.2            The Smart Home Market

2.3            Crossover Drivers and Barriers

3.0            Connected Car and Smart Home Crossover Use Cases

3.1            Energy Management through Thermostat-Vehicle Integration

3.2            Auto-to-Security System Interaction

3.3            Auto-to-Lighting System Control

3.4            Electric Vehicle Time-of-Use Charging

3.5            Entertainment

4.0            Ecosystem Player Perspectives and Company Profiles

4.1            Automotive OEMs

4.2            Aftermarket Device Manufacturers

4.3            Software and Platform Developers

4.4            Insurance Providers

4.5            Mobile and Broadband Service Providers

5.0            Consumer Perspectives

5.1            Appeal of Connected Car and Smart Home Features

5.2            Plug-in Vehicle Owner Perspectives

5.3            Billing Preferences

5.4            Data and Privacy Concerns

6.0            Connected Car Market Forecast, 2015-2019

6.1            Forecast Methodology

6.2            Forecast of Connected Cars

6.3            Forecast of Connected Car Revenues

7.0            Market Implications and Recommendations

8.0            Appendix

8.1            Glossary

8.2            Index of Companies

Companies Interviewed or Researched for this Report
Ford Profile
Audi Profile
Zubie Profile
Automatic Profile
Mojio Profile
QNX Profile
Apple’s Car Play Profile
Google’s Android Auto Profile
Nest Profile
If This, Then That Profile
Progressive Insurance Profile
State Farm Insurance Profile
AT&T Profile
Comcast Profile
Usage & Appeal of Connected Car Features
Appeal of Connected Car Features by Smartphone Ownership
Appeal of Connected Car-Connected Home Crossover Features
Appeal of Connected Car- Home Crossover Features by Smart Home Device Ownership
Appeal of Electric Vehicle-Smart Home Crossover Features
Smart Home Device Usage, by Vehicle Power Source
Preferred Billing Method for Vehicle Connectivity
Consumers' Connected Car Concerns
Privacy/Security Concerns about Internet-Connected Devices
Connected Car Forecast Model
MNO Car Connectivity Revenues Forecast Model
U.S. Connected Car Forecast, 2015 – 2019
U.S. Connected Car Forecast, by Connectivity Type
Cellular-Supported Connected Car Forecast, 2015 – 2019
Connected Car Forecast: New, Used, and Aftermarket (2015 - 2019)
MNO’s Car Connectivity Revenues Forecast (2015 - 2019)

Publish Date: 2Q 2015

Pages: 72

Authored By:
Jennifer Kent - Vice President, Research

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