Connecting is the key component in the Internet of Things and consumers seem to want those connections to be pretty much wherever they are.
The smartphone obviously is one of the most obvious of connected devices today and consumers look to that device as a connection for other things.
It turns out that many consumers also want to link the connections in their homes with the connections in their cars, based on a new study by Parks Associates.
More than a quarter (27%) of U.S. car owners would like a feature that enables their car to communicate with Internet-connected devices in their home. Opening a garage door or unlocking the front door from their car seems to appeal to consumers.
The reality is that where connections reside does not live in a vacuum.
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