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"Impact of Smart Grid on Connected Homes"; "Intelligent Buildings and the Bid Specification Process"

CABA's "Impact of Smart Grid on Connected Homes" study is a collaborative, industry-funded research program that brought together several organizations from the Connected Homes industry sector. The research study was designed to greatly improve the understanding of residential Smart Grid development and deployment throughout the industry value-chain. The broad purpose of the research study was to identify market demand and growth areas for new products; compare competing product strategies and communication of competitors; determine product preferences for end-users; develop messaging that resonates with the target audience; define critical success factors to expand product offerings to end user markets; and to establish a market approach and foundation for future strategic decision-making efforts.  The Impact of Smart Grid on Connected Homes Landmark Research investigated the current and future direction of the market and the opportunities smart grid represents for participants in the value chain.

CatNet SystemsCABA's Intelligent & Integrated Buildings Council (IIBC), through various collaborative industry discussions, commissioned the "Intelligent Buildings and the Bid Specification Process" research with the objective to greatly improve the understanding of the commercial bid and product specification process throughout the intelligent buildings industry value chain and related decision-making process. The broad purpose of the study was to identify and understand the market imperfections and inconsistencies that exist in designing and implementing intelligent buildings projects, as well as making investment decisions on intelligent technologies. To this end, the research identified and assessed critical areas and importance factors to enable project sponsors to: further product/services market development; unify stakeholder decision-making processes; identify opportunities/needs for training and coaching to remove obstacles from the process; and to provide product demand information to parallel market segments and other business areas.

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