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Z-Wave Alliance Releases 2022 State of the Ecosystem Report

Z-Wave Alliance announces the release of its third-annual Z-Wave State of the Ecosystem Report. The new report leverages a mix of syndicated data to provide a baseline of the overall smart house market landscape. It also leverages data collected from a custom quantitative survey of 1,500 U.S.-based smart home device owners.

“The 2022 Z-Wave State of Ecosystem Report is a portrait of how the Z-Wave protocol is used to answer serious challenges—and how Z-Wave’s maturity, reliability, and interoperability converts consumers and drives market adoption,” said Z-Wave Alliance Executive Director Mitch Klein. “We are the steward of the Z-Wave standard, and as a member-run standards development organization establishing key benchmarks like those established in this report provides excellent insights our members can act upon. This data indicates we may be entering our most exciting chapter yet.”

Some of the key insights from the report include:

  • A healthy market eager to grow their personal smart home ecosystems, this desire was especially strong among respondents that already own a Z-Wave device.  
  • Smart security and home control systems owners exhibit a strong appetite for add-on devices. 97% of control system owners and 90% of smart security system owners have added devices.
  • Those who already have a security system or control system exhibit identical purchase intentions when it comes to the devices they are interested in adding. Top-rated devices included Wi-Fi networked cameras, smart door locks, and smart video doorbells. 
  • DIY, or self-installation, has emerged as the dominant means of installation for a wide range of products, often purchased at retail or direct from the manufacturer. Devices more likely to be pro-installed are those attached to control systems or requiring more involved installation.
  • On the professionally installed side of the market, two-thirds of those with installed smart security and smart home control systems have had their installer add more devices.  

The full Z-Wave 2022 State of the Ecosystem Report is available for download here.


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