All In Research

Z-Wave Study: Security Cameras, Locks Are Predominant Smart Home Add-on Devices

Z-Wave research shows video doorbells, smart door locks, garage door openers, CO/smoke detectors and wireless cameras are top add-on devices.

Jason Knott · January 04, 2022

Smart Home Market Expands as Lower-Income Households Embrace Technology

As smart home devices continue to increase in functionality while also decreasing in price, lower-income households have begun to explore the market.

CE Pro Editors · December 16, 2021

Deloitte Report Indicates Semiconductor Supply Will Remain Short Through 2022

Research from Deliotte is predicting semiconductor supplies to level out in 2023, but until that time the semiconductor supply chain will continue to be delayed.

Zachary Comeau · December 09, 2021

Integrators Sound Off On What They Want From Software Suppliers

CE Pro readers and integrators share what they want to see from modern AV software solutions.

CE Pro Editors · December 02, 2021

CE Pro Software Deep Dive: Integrators Seek Simplified Software Solutions

The 2021 CE Pro Software Deep Dive Study reveals custom integrators are constantly investing in software, spending $1,260 per year.

Jason Knott · December 01, 2021

Research Shows Consumer Enthusiasm Toward Wellness Technology Remains Highly Positive

Consumers are ready and willing to accept wellness technology solutions as a part of their everyday lives, with particular interest coming from fitness tech and light therapy.

CE Pro Editors · November 16, 2021

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HP Wolf Security Study Assesses Hybrid Workplace Trends

A new study published by HP says that IT staffs are under heavier burdens due to hybrid workplace employees

Robert Archer · November 01, 2021

2021’s Safest and Most Dangerous Cities in America

Wallethub’s latest report on the safest and least safe states examines 53 key safety indicators, and can provide integrators with info on which areas are primed for home security sales and which to avoid.

Steve Karantzoulidis · October 27, 2021

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Research Finds Single-Family Housing Starts Level Off in September

According to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau, overall housing starts were down 1.6% in September due in part to a decline in MDU production.

CE Pro Editors · October 22, 2021

Home Remodeling Spending Predicted to Grow by 9% in 2022

Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies predicts continued increases in remodeling spending into the coming year.

Jason Knott · October 21, 2021