Assisted Care IoT: Activity Monitoring (Datasets, Forecasts)
Dedicated Systems, IP Security Services, Medical Alerts 

 



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Synopsis:

Monitoring Activities of Daily Living (ADL) of aging seniors and disabled adults has been a popular research and development area for the past decade. Today, activity monitoring solutions use IoT technologies such as smart home systems, voice assistants, wearables and AI-enabled software. While there are several variations, they all share a focus on remote monitoring to enable seniors to live independently and improving their quality of life.

Caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia have the strongest need for both medical alert and ADL monitoring systems. Treating Alzheimer’s disease, a type of dementia that affects 5.7 million people in the US alone, is projected to cost as much as $500 billion by 2040 up from as much as $215 billion in 2010. Dementia is more common in older people with 1 in 10 Americans 65 years and older having some form of dementia. In addition, 5% of American adults live with a serious mental illness such as autism that require assisted care in special housing or for people living independently.

Users of ADL monitoring systems in North America will increase by a 22% compound annual growth rate over the next five years to reach 2.2 million systems in use in North America by 2026 up from 662,000 in 2020.

Customizable systems from professional home security providers will make up the largest portion over this period but retail/DIY systems will increase the faster. However, adoption for dedicated systems that blend consumer IoT with assisted care technologies such as Aloe Care Health and Amazon Alexa Together will increase the fastest.

This research service is based on ongoing phone interviews and surveys with thousands of consumers and hundreds of retailers, healthcare organizations, home service providers and vendors. It provides extensive data on assistive care technologies focused on the activity (ADL) monitoring segment. Your customized data includes 6-year forecasts for North America total subscribers and revenues (equipment and services).

Optional data components include market size forecasts by unit shipments, equipment revenue, market channel and/or product segment; a customized survey; and/or in-depth competitive analysis. Other geographical scope options include global, Europe, or by country.

 

Primary Research:

Surveys/interviews with thousands of individuals including:

End Users & Channels 

Consumers, home service providers, professional installers, retailers, healthcare organizations

Vendors/Suppliers
IoT component suppliers, device manufacturers, software and services

 



Overview:

Market Segmentation:

• Market forces analysis of each of the major activity monitoring market segments including the following:

Age-In-Place
Senior Living
Dedicated Systems
IP Security Providers

Technologies & Standards

• Evaluation of WSN competing alternatives such as 802.15.4 (Zigbee/Thread), BLE, WiFi, Z-Wave, NB-IoT, LoRa, Sigfox  and others  
• Standards developments, emerging trends, and what it means for your critical stategic planning

Market Sizing

• Total addressable market sizing (TPM)
• Global market size forecasts including any of the following:
• Subscribers/users
• Annual units
• Equipment revenues
• Services revenues
• Channels
• Technology

• Geographical region
• Average sale price (ASP)

The Value System

Product segmentation: In-depth investigation and analysis of top 40 companies that are having the biggest impact on the assisted care IoT ecosystem today in the following segments:

Chipsets
RF Modules/Network stacks
Devices/Systems
Software/Cloud services
IT/Automation Platforms

Market Shares: Market shares by product segment and/or technology

Disruption & Sustainability:

Each vendor is evaluated using the following criteria:

• Current offerings, products and services
• Financials, partners, go-to-market strategy
• Protocols supported, chipset design, frequencies, tools, integration, software, key features...
• Analysis on the potential for disruption (innovation, pricing, etc.) and sustainability based financials, strategic alliances and current market shares


Primary Research:

Every year, ON World surveys thousands of individuals in the smart home and connected health ecosystems including:

End User Datasets:

Early adopting consumers aged 55+ 
Early majority consumers aged 55+ 
Home security providers
Cable/Internet service providers
Telecom operators
Professional installers
Retail outlets (e.g. Best Buy, Home Depot, Walmart)
Healthcare/senior living organizations

Technology Companies:

Every quarter, ON World conducts hundreds of interviews and surveys with executives and product managers with leading manufacturers, software developers, component suppliers, and platform providers involved with low power wireless sensing and control markets. Examples of recently interviewed/surveyed companies include:

Assisted Care IoT Systems & Services:

AdhereTech
Adherium
ADT
Alarm.com
Aloe Care Health
Amazon
Appello
Assistive Technology Services
Bay Alarm Medical
Best Buy
BreatheSuite
Buddi
CarePredict
CARU Care
Catalia Health
Comcast Xfinity Home
Connect America
Control4 (Snap One)
Domalys
DomoSafety
Doro
Essence Group
Evondos
FallCall Solutions
Freeus
GrandCare Systems
HERO
HelpButton
Independa
Innospense (Medido)
Intelisant (Howz)
Intelligo Technologies
IQfy
iZafe
Just Checking
K4Connect
Legrand
Libify
Limmex
LifeFone
MedaCube
Medical Guardian
Medimi
MediPENSE
MedMinder
MedReady


MobileHELP
Navigil
Nice/Nortek Control
Oysta Technology
PharmRight
Phoniro (Assa Abloy)
Pillo Health
Posifon
Propeller (ResMed)
Quil Health
Reemo Health
SafelyYou
Sanvis Health
Sensara
SensorsCall
Skyresponse
SmartLife Care
Smartwatcher
SOFIHUB
Stanley Black & Decker
Trelawear
Tunstall
UnaliWear
Vayyar
Vitalbase (Telecom Design)
Vivago
Vivint Smart Home
Zanthion (OM Veritas)

Healthcare/Senior Living:

AARP
AmeriHealth Caritas
Ascension Health
Common Spirit
Era Living
Eskaton
HCA Healthcare
Horizon House
Kaiser Permanente
Masonic Village
Phoebe
Providence Health
Trinity Health
Veteran's Health Administration (VHA)
Valeo Groupe Americas



Forecast Workflow:

Executive Summary
Research Scope
Methodology



Aging Seniors in North America: Key Trends


Population & Household Trends
Population by Age Group
Population by Gender
Living Arrangement
Senior Living Communities
Growth Trends
65+ Residents
Pandemic Impact
Unpaid Caregivers
Impact from Unpaid Caregiving
Caregiver Tech Adoption
Income & Labor Trends
Household Income
Labor Participation
Health Trends
Chronic Condition Prevalance
Chronic Conditions by Age
Multiple Chronic Conditions
Functional Limitations
Hospital Stays
Technology Trends
Broadband
Smartphones
Other Smart Devices

Ecosystem

Market Drivers
Aging Senior Population
Informal Caregivers
Chronic Disease Management
Regulations
Venture Capital Investment
Consumer IoT Innovations
Market Segmentation
The Value System

Market Segmentation

Age-In-Place:
Pioneers
Startups & Innovators
IP Security/Home Automation
Senior Living
Competitive Landscape

Market Size Forecasts

Methodology
Users by Channel
Revenues by Channel
Dedicated Systems: Users by Market
Dedicated Systems: Revenues by Market

Survey 1: Older Adults: Early Technology Adopters

Summary
Respondent Overview
Health Conditions & Living Arrangement
Internet-connected Devices
Smart Home Systems
Medical Alert Systems
Connected Health Devices
Sharing Health Data
Home Monitoring Service
Preferred Channels

Survey 2: Caregiver Survey

Summary
Respondent Overview
Senior Family Member Overview
Medical Alert Systems
Smart Home Systems
Medical/Health Vital Sign Monitoring
Purchasing Preferences

Company Profiles
Resources

Figures

Figure 1: North America Assisted Care IoT Revenues
Figure 2: North America Adults by Age, 18-64 and 65+
Figure 3: North America Seniors by Age Range
Figure 4: North America Seniors by Age and Gender
Figure 5: North America Seniors by Age and Gender
Figure 6: North America Seniors by General Living Arrangement
Figure 7: US Seniors’ Living Arrangement by Age
Figure 8: North America Senior Living Community Residents by Type
Figure 9: North America Residents 65+ in Senior Housing by Type
Figure 10: North America Senior Living Residents 65+ Percent of Population
Figure 11: North America Senior Living Community Residents by Age
Figure 12: Caregiving in the US – Age of Adult Care Recipient in the US
Figure 13: Caregiving in the US – Living Arrangement of Care Recipient
Figure 14: Caregiving in the US – Reasons for Requiring Care
Figure 15: US Online Adults – Smart Home Security Applications
Figure 16: US Online Adults – Remote Monitoring of Senior Parent
Figure 17: US Online Adults – Technologies Used for Remote Care & Monitoring
Figure 18: US Seniors by Household Income by Age Range
Figure 19: US Seniors by Poverty Status
Figure 20: North America Seniors by Labor Participation and Age
Figure 21: North America Seniors by Country and Employment
Figure 22: Top Chronic Condition Prevalence by US Seniors 65+
Figure 23: Top Chronic Condition Prevalence by Canadian Seniors 65+
Figure 24: US Seniors 65+ with Select Chronic Conditions
Figure 25: US Adults 45+ with Select Chronic Conditions by Age Range
Figure 26: North American Seniors by Number of Chronic Conditions
Figure 27: US Seniors by Number of Chronic Conditions
Figure 28: US Seniors by Prevalence in Functional Limitations
Figure 29: Number of US Seniors with Functional Limitations
Figure 30: North America Total Annual Hospital Discharges by Age
Figure 31: US Seniors by Number of Hospital Stays Per Person by Age
Figure 32: North America Seniors 65+ by Broadband Usage
Figure 33: North America Seniors 65+ by Broadband Usage and Age
Figure 34: North America Seniors 65+ by Smartphone Usage
Figure 35: North America Seniors 65+ by Smartphone Usage and Age
Figure 36: Smart Device Adoption by US Adults 65 and Older
Figure 37: Older Adults – Respondent’s Gender
Figure 38: Older Adults – Respondent’s Age
Figure 39: Older Adults – Respondent’s Education
Figure 40: Older Adults – Household Income
Figure 41: Older Adults – Living Arrangement
Figure 42: Older Adults – Diagnosed Health Conditions
Figure 43: Older Adults – Internet-Connected Devices Used Weekly
Figure 44: Older Adults – Internet-Connected Devices Used Daily
Figure 45: Older Adults – Future Likely Internet-Connected Devices (55+)
Figure 46: Older Adults – Future Likely Internet-Connected Devices (65+)
Figure 47: Older Adults – Currently Used Smart Home Devices (55+)
Figure 48: Older Adults – Currently Used Smart Home Devices (65+)
Figure 49: Older Adults – Number of Smart Home Devices Purchased (55+)
Figure 50: Older Adults – Number of Smart Home Devices Purchased (65+)
Figure 51: Older Adults – Future Likely Smart Home Devices (55+)
Figure 52: Older Adults – Future Likely Smart Home Devices (65+)
Figure 53: Older Adults – Smart Home Technology Viewpoint (55+)
Figure 54: Older Adults – Smart Home Technology Viewpoint (65+)
Figure 55: Older Adults – Currently Used Medical Alert Devices (55+)
Figure 56: Older Adults – Currently Used Medical Alert Devices (65+)
Figure 57: Older Adults – Future Likely Medical Alert Devices (55+)
Figure 58: Older Adults – Future Likely Medical Alert Devices (65+)
Figure 59: Older Adults – Currently Used Connected Health Devices (55+)
Figure 60: Older Adults – Currently Used Connected Health Devices (65+)
Figure 61: Older Adults – Future Likely Connected Health Devices (55+)
Figure 62: Older Adults – Future Likely Connected Health Devices (65+)
Figure 63: Older Adults – Current Wearables Apps Used Last 12 Months (55+)
Figure 64: Older Adults – Current Wearables Apps Used Last 12 Months (65+)
Figure 65: Older Adults – Health Data Sharing Methods Used (55+)
Figure 66: Older Adults – Health Data Sharing Methods Used (65+)
Figure 67: Older Adults – Likelihood of Sharing Connected-Health Data (55+)
Figure 68: Older Adults – Likelihood of Sharing Connected-Health Data (65+)
Figure 69: Older Adults – Future Likely Health Data Sharing Method (55+)
Figure 70: Older Adults – Future Likely Health Data Sharing Method (65+)
Figure 71: Older Adults – Connected Home Health Concerns (55+)
Figure 72: Older Adults – Connected Home Health Concerns (65+)
Figure 73: Older Adults - Max Smart Home Safety Monitoring Monthly Fee (55+)
Figure 74: Older Adults - Max Smart Home Safety Monitoring Monthly Fee (65+)
Figure 75: Older Adults – Smart Home Health Likely Sources (55+)
Figure 76: Older Adults – Smart Home Health Likely Sources (65+)
Figure 77: Early Adopter Caregivers – Respondent’s Age
Figure 78: Early Adopter Caregivers – Respondent’s Education
Figure 79: Early Adopter Caregivers – Respondent’s Household Income
Figure 80: Early Adopter Caregivers – Number of Caregiving Hours per Week
Figure 81: Early Adopter Caregivers – Senior’s Age
Figure 82: Early Adopter Caregivers – Senior’s Income
Figure 83: Early Adopter Caregivers – Medical Alert/Safety Devices Used/Planned (65+)
Figure 84: Early Adopter Caregivers – Medical Alert/Safety Device Used/Planned (70+)
Figure 85: US Online Adults – Smart Home Security Applications (% Respondents)
Figure 86: US Online Adults – Smart Home Security Applications (% Users)
Figure 87: Early Adopter Caregivers – Currently Used Smart Home Devices
Figure 88: Early Adopter Caregivers – Number of Smart Home Devices Purchased
Figure 89: Early Adopter Caregivers – Future Smart Home Devices (65+)
Figure 90: Early Adopter Caregivers – Future Smart Home Devices (70+)
Figure 91: Early Adopter Caregivers – Connected Medical/Health Devices Used (65+)
Figure 92: Early Adopter Caregivers – Future Connected Medical/Health Devices (65+)
Figure 93: Early Adopter Caregivers – Future Connected Medical/Health Devices (70+)
Figure 94: Early Adopter Caregivers – Share Senior’s Health Data Likelihood
Figure 95: Early Adopter Caregivers – Preferred Health Device to Share Data
Figure 96: Early Adopter Caregivers – Connected Health Concerns
Figure 97: Early Adopter Caregivers – Max Smart Home Senior Safety Monthly Fee
Figure 98: Early Adopter Caregivers – Smart Home Health Likely Sources
Figure 99: The North America Assisted Care IoT Value System
Figure 100: NA Assisted Care IoT Users, PERS Only & Others
Figure 101: NA Assisted Care IoT Revenues, PERS Only & Others
Figure 102: NA Assisted Care IoT Users by Market
Figure 103: NA Assisted Care IoT Revenues by Market
Figure 104: NA Assisted Care IoT Users by Channel
Figure 105: NA Assisted Care IoT Revenues by Channel
Figure 106: NA Assisted Care IoT Revenues by Product Segment
Figure 107: NA Assisted Care IoT Annual Units by Product Type
Figure 108: North America Senior Smart Home Systems & HH Pen Rate
Figure 109: NA Activity Monitoring Users by Channel
Figure 110: NA Activity Monitoring Revenues by Channel
Figure 111: NA Ded. Activity Mtrg Users by Market
Figure 112: NA Dedicated Activity Mtrg Revenues by Market

Tables

Table 1: North American Seniors 65 Years and Older – Key Stats & Trends
Table 2: Assisted Care IoT Market Segmentation
Table 3: NA Assisted Care IoT Users, PERS Only & Others
Table 4: NA Assisted Care IoT Revenues, PERS Only & Others
Table 5: NA Assisted Care IoT Users by Market
Table 6: NA Assisted Care IoT Revenues by Market
Table 7: NA Assisted Care IoT Users by Channel
Table 8: North America Assisted Care IoT Revenues by Channel
Table 9: NA Assisted Care IoT Revenues by Product Segment
Table 10: NA Assisted Care IoT Annual Units by Product Type
Table 11: Senior Living/Activity Monitoring Systems by Feature
Table 12: NA Activity Monitoring Users by Channel
Table 13: NA Activity Monitoring Revenues by Channel
Table 14: NA Ded. Activity Mtrg Users by Market
Table 15: NA Dedicated Activity Mtrg Revenues by Market
Table 16: Mobile PERS & Activity Monitoring – Company Profiles


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