A new survey from the Outdoor Industry Association found that, overall, a wide range of outdoor systems are considered the best indoor security system.
That’s not surprising, given that it’s a growing segment of the market.
But the survey also found that people tend to like different types of outdoor security systems.
In addition to the common “home security” options, respondents also liked systems with sensors, cameras, alarms, and/or sound systems, and they said that systems with motion sensors and/ or cameras were more popular than systems that only required proximity sensors.
The survey asked respondents how they chose a system, and a majority of them picked either a wireless security system, a wired security system (e.g. a wireless mesh network), or a connected security system with motion or sound sensors.
A third of respondents chose an outdoor sensor that can see into the outside world (like a smartphone).
Most respondents also chose a home security system that’s connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
For example, more than a third of people said they’d choose an outdoor security network that’s able to see into and/ of the outside without using an antenna.
About a quarter of respondents said they wanted an outdoor system that was capable of seeing into and of the house through a “sensor” or “sensing” system, while about a third said they want a connected system that can send/ receive/ listen to the outside, and about one in five people said that they wanted a system that is able to detect motion.
A few of the survey questions also included questions that focused on the types of devices that are considered best in terms of privacy and security.
While the survey asked how they felt about different types and types of indoor sensors, the survey didn’t ask respondents how their choices might affect their privacy or security.
However, the questions did ask about whether or not certain outdoor sensors are more likely to detect the presence of people or animals.
The Outdoor Industry, which represents more than 50 companies, also released its 2018 Outdoor Security Report.
Here’s the full list of the top 10 most popular indoor security systems and the most popular outdoor security devices that people have chosen to use:Top 10 most used indoor security devices:Dongle security systems:More than half of the surveyed outdoor security products had at least one sensor installed.
In some cases, people said the system is installed in their own home or business.
More than one-third of the respondents said the device was either the default or main feature on their system.
Some of the most frequently cited outdoor security sensors include motion detectors, GPS sensors, and motion and sound sensors, along with wireless mesh networks and other connected sensors.
The survey also asked about whether a particular outdoor sensor would allow the device to track people or objects, and more than half (54 percent) said it would.
Some people also said that their outdoor security is more important than the company that installed the system.
About one-quarter of respondents felt that their own outdoor security was more important to them than their company’s.
Most respondents said that while they didn’t like having a specific outdoor sensor installed, they would like to see more companies offering outdoor sensors in the future.
The best outdoor sensors and security devices for 2017:Dealing with a lost phoneThe survey also included some questions that asked people to think about how their devices might protect them if they lost their phone or lost it somewhere else.
Most of the surveys respondents said their phones were the most important item they lost, and almost half (48 percent) of respondents had lost their cell phone or cell phone accessory.
A quarter (25 percent) had lost a device that wasn’t an accessory.
More than two-thirds of respondents also said they lost something that wasn, in fact, a device.
People often use the lost phone to make sure their friends have a call or text.
More people (64 percent) than people who didn’t lose their phone said they used a lost or stolen phone for communication.
People also said their favorite outdoor security features were the ability to monitor a device’s activity, a “smart home” system that allows them to connect to the home network, and access to the device remotely via Bluetooth.
The top 10 best outdoor sensor/security devices:Best outdoor sensor or security devices 2017:Smart home devices:More respondents (55 percent) compared their smart home systems to the outdoor security tools.
The main reason people listed their smart homes as the most valuable features was because they were more often mentioned in the survey.
More respondents (48, or 46 percent) cited smart home as being the main reason they wanted to use the product, and two-in-five (19 percent) listed their home security as being one of their top priorities.
The biggest security devices people have used for 2017 include smart locks, door sensors, wireless mesh networking, and Bluetooth.
The top 10 smart home devices most used in 2017 were:Best