Mar 2018 - Taxonomy - Doc # US43581918
IDC's Worldwide Smart Home Device Tracker Taxonomy, 2018
By: Jitesh UbraniSenior Research Analyst, Worldwide Mobile Device Trackers, Adam WrightSenior Research Analyst, Internet of Things: Consumer, Carrie MacGillivrayGroup Vice President, Internet of Things & Mobility, Ryan ReithProgram Vice President, Worldwide Mobile Device Trackers, Antonio ArantesResearch Analyst, European Mobile Devices, Paola SorianoResearch & Consulting Manager, Personal Devices, Latin America, Manish NargasResearch Analyst, Consumer and Mobile Research, Kenneth LiewAssociate Research Director, Client Devices, Francisco JeronimoSenior Research Director, European Consumer Wireless and Mobile Communications, IDC EMEA, Jan PrenosilAssociate Research Analyst, Hiroshi ShibutaniSenior Market Analyst, PC, Mobile & Client Solution, IDC Japan, Nakul Dogra
This IDC study provides a comprehensive overview and definitions for smart home devices. The definitions provided in this document represent the scope of IDC's smart home devices hardware research.
This taxonomy outlines market segmentations and measurement methodologies for the smart home devices industry, including classification by technology, vendor, geography, and revenue metrics.
"IDC's worldwide smart home device taxonomy presents a standardized and detailed framework of the smart home device market," said Ryan Reith, program vice president for IDC's Mobile Device Trackers. "The taxonomy document serves as a guideline to better understand and use IDC's wearable devices research."