Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/hp8m4q/smart_houses_ict)
has announced the addition of the "Smart
Houses ICT, Marketing and Technical Analysis" report to their
This report is important to a wide population of researchers, technical
and sales staff involved in the developing of Smart Houses. It is
recommended for both service providers and vendors that are working with
related technologies. The report also helps to understand issues
associated with relationship between green Smart Houses ICT and other
This report continues the project on the Smart Grid development and
evolution. In particular, it is detailing technological and marketing
characteristics and applications for wireline and wireless ICT
(Information and Communications Technologies) in the Smart Houses
With each year, Smart Houses communications technologies are becoming
more and moe affordable and efficient on the industry-wide scale for
multiple applications, though the concept was originated in the 80s of
the last Century. The importance of Smart Houses proliferation is now
tied up with the Smart Grid deployments, and Smart Houses communications
networks will eventually be a part of a large country-wide project, such
as a centralized and intelligent automation system, which integrates
utilities and consumers.
As per the report discussion, within the home, multiple technologies
target the transport layer of the home-area network in order to carry
out home automation. These include wireless technologies such as ZigBee,
Z-wave, Bluetooth, and DECT and other; as well as wireline technologies
such as power-line transport (e.g., HomePlug) and coax/wire-based (e.g.,
MoCA, HPNA) technologies. The fact that so many wireline and wireless
technologies are targeting home automation indicates that this market is
just scratching the surface in terms of potential, and there are no
clear "winners" as of yet.
- The report provides the analysis of wireless ICT (Z-wave,
ZigBee/IEEE802.15.4, DECT, and Bluetooth); wireline technologies
(HomePlug, HomePNA, G.hn, MoCA); and respective markets.
- The emphasis is made on applications of these technologies for HANs
(Home Area Networks) in the Smart Houses environment.
- The report also addresses the Smart Appliances initiatives, related
technologies and markets and the role of Smart Meters in the evolving
Smart Houses development.
- The U.S. market for ICT in Smart Houses (with a base of private houses
reaching more than 100 million) is huge; it also has support of the
government, which is involved in the Smart Grid project.
Key Topics Covered:
2.0 General: Smart Houses
3.0 SH: Wireline ICT
4.0 Smart House: Wireless ICT
5.0 Home Area Networks
6.0 Smart Appliances
7.0 Smart Meters
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/hp8m4q/smart_houses_ict
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