Publication detail

A SyMPHOnY of Integrated IoT Businesses: Closing the Gap between Availability and Adoption

HOŠEK, J. MAŠEK, P. ANDREEV, S. GALININA, O. OMETOV, A. KRÖPFL, F. WIEDERMANN, W. KOUCHERYAVY, Y.

Original Title

A SyMPHOnY of Integrated IoT Businesses: Closing the Gap between Availability and Adoption

English Title

A SyMPHOnY of Integrated IoT Businesses: Closing the Gap between Availability and Adoption

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

Despite several decades of intense developments, the consumer IoT market still falls short of delivering its original economic promise. Its current condition -- featuring fragmentation among the key players and their siloed business models -- is comprehensively reviewed in this article. We specifically address the stagnant home automation sector, which suffers from a lack of interoperability between the existing IoT products. Aiming to unblock its sustainable growth, we systematically report on the development of a next-generation SyMPHOnY that becomes the key asset for telecom operators willing to understand the true needs of their customers. Supported by a recent user experience study, our SyMPHOnY platform pragmatically integrates a residential gateway module with a multitude of smart home solutions to provide valuable information and services based on consumers’ household automation data. It thus offers significant promise to bridge the existing divide between IoT technology availability and its slow market adoption.

English abstract

Despite several decades of intense developments, the consumer IoT market still falls short of delivering its original economic promise. Its current condition -- featuring fragmentation among the key players and their siloed business models -- is comprehensively reviewed in this article. We specifically address the stagnant home automation sector, which suffers from a lack of interoperability between the existing IoT products. Aiming to unblock its sustainable growth, we systematically report on the development of a next-generation SyMPHOnY that becomes the key asset for telecom operators willing to understand the true needs of their customers. Supported by a recent user experience study, our SyMPHOnY platform pragmatically integrates a residential gateway module with a multitude of smart home solutions to provide valuable information and services based on consumers’ household automation data. It thus offers significant promise to bridge the existing divide between IoT technology availability and its slow market adoption.

Keywords

Internet of Things, SmartHome, Remote Control,

Released

10.11.2017

ISBN

0163-6804

Periodical

IEEE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE

Year of study

56

Number

12

State

US

Pages from

1

Pages to

9

Pages count

9

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT141224,
  author="Jiří {Hošek} and Pavel {Mašek} and Sergey {Andreev} and Olga {Galinina} and Aleksandr {Ometov} and Franz {Kröpfl} and Werner {Wiedermann} and Yevgeni {Koucheryavy}",
  title="A SyMPHOnY of Integrated IoT Businesses: Closing the Gap between Availability and Adoption",
  annote="Despite several decades of intense developments, the consumer IoT market still falls short of delivering its original economic promise. Its current condition -- featuring fragmentation among the key players and their siloed business models -- is comprehensively reviewed in this article. We specifically address the stagnant home automation sector, which suffers from a lack of interoperability between the existing IoT products. Aiming to unblock its sustainable growth, we systematically report on the development of a next-generation SyMPHOnY that becomes the key asset for telecom operators willing to understand the true needs of their customers. Supported by a recent user experience study, our SyMPHOnY platform pragmatically integrates a residential gateway module with a multitude of smart home solutions to provide valuable information and services based on consumers’ household automation data. It thus offers significant promise to bridge the existing divide between IoT technology availability and its slow market adoption.",
  chapter="141224",
  doi="10.1109/MCOM.2017.1700028",
  howpublished="online",
  number="12",
  volume="56",
  year="2017",
  month="november",
  pages="1--9",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}