In collaboration with IFSEC Global, ASSA ABLOY release the Smart Home Security Report 2016 /global/scaled/708x308x0x175x708x307/Yale-Yale_co_uk-News-2016-Smart-Home-Security-Report-Small-Cover.jpg As the ‘Internet of Things’ and Smart Home automation develops traction in the consumer market, electronic access to properties using smart door locks is becoming an increasingly popular proposition for the residential industry. As a result, ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions, has conducted and released its ‘Smart Home Security Report 2016’, investigating the growing market for smart door locks internationally. In conjunction with IFSEC Global, the research surveyed hundreds of potential smart technology adopters from across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, to analyse consumer demand for smart locks and the features homeowners required. Respondents were asked a variety of questions in regards to the functionality, cost, app control, and access methods of the locks to develop a clearer understanding of the market going forward. To download the report in full, head over to the IFSEC Global website and complete the short form. IFSEC is taking place 21st – 23rd June at London’s ExCeL, and will, for first time, feature a Home Automation Zone comprising a mock ‘smart home’ featuring fully functioning connected products. To register your attendance, simply click here and fill out the online form.