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Connected Home Annual State of the Market now available

The Connected Home Service has published its latest Annual State of the Market report. The Annual State of the Market 2018 report provides an assessment of how the European market developed in 2017, the current customer spend in connected home products, and the market prospects until 2020. The report looks at the following products: Smart thermostats; iTRVs (internet connected thermostatic radiator valves); Remote heating diagnostics; Smart plugs; Connected light bulbs; Voice controlled smart speakers.

We also analysed the key sales channels for connected heating controls. We divided the sales into four categories: Energy suppliers; Retailers (this channel includes online, high street and DIY retailers); Installers / professionals (this channel includes, for example, sales generated by installation companies and HVAC manufacturers); Telcos.

Contact Matti Kahola, service manager, via matti.kahola@delta-ee.com to find out more or visit www.delta-ee.com/CHS to learn more about our connected home research as a whole

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