Dallas, Texas, October 27, 2015 - Parks Associates research finds 11% of U.K. broadband households own a home control system, compared to 10% in France and Spain and 8% in Germany. The research firm will address new smart home products and strategies that expand the competitive landscape at the tenth-annual CONNECTIONS™Europe – IoT: Connected Entertainment and the Smart Home, 10-11 November, at the NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam.
“The smart home market in Europe continues to progress as service providers and OEMs introduce new offerings and show value to consumers,” said Tom Kerber, Director, Research, Home Controls & Energy, Parks Associates. “Smart products are extending value and offering unique use cases to different markets throughout Europe.”
Parks Associates will discuss smart home research during three sessions at CONNECTIONS™ Europe. “IoT: Adding Value to the Smart Home Experience,” moderated by Kerber, features the following speakers:
“Smart Home: Partnerships, Monetization Strategies, & New Business Models,” moderated by Stuart Sikes, President, Parks Associates, features the following speakers:
“Integrating IoT into Smart Home & Entertainment Platforms,” moderated by Kerber, features the following speakers:
CONNECTIONS™ Europe features keynotes from Icontrol Networks, Nest Labs, and Viacom International Media Networks. Event sponsors include Icontrol Networks, AirTies, Alcatel-Lucent, Essence, Prodea, ROC-Connect, Tyco, ULE Alliance, UXP Systems, Z-Wave, ZigBee Alliance, Ayla Networks, MivaTek, and Zipato.
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About CONNECTIONS™ Europe
CONNECTIONS™ Europe is the leading annual executive conference on the connected home and IoT ecosystems. The two-day event features consumer research and high-level analysis on connected devices and services, new and innovative business strategies and partnerships, and critical challenges in driving consumer adoption of entertainment, smart home, and IoT solutions. Visit http://www.connectionseurope.com; contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 972-490-1113.