Smart home technology is paving the way to a cleaner world. Also known as home automation, it involves the use of high-tech devices and systems that automate a home's energy usage.
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Millions of Americans use smart devices to automate and control their home's electrical, gas, water and other energy-related systems. Known as a smart home, homes featuring these devices produce less carbon emissions while saving homeowners money on their monthly utility bills in the process.
For these reasons, smart home devices are considered a smart financial investment.
As energy prices continue to rise, many homeowners are exploring new ways to save money on their monthly utility bills.
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Replacing incandescent light bulbs with LED or CFL bulbs is one way to create a more energy-efficient home. A better, more effective way, however, is to use smart home devices.
A common example of a smart home device is an automated lighting system that adjusts according to the time of day. Homeowners can install one of these systems so that they don't have to worry about turning off (or back on) their lights.
When the sun goes down, the lights in their home will automatically turn off. And when the sun rises, the lights will turn back on.
There are also smart kitchen appliances -- refrigerators, dishwashers, stoves, microwaves and more -- that have built-in features to reduce their energy usage. These are just a few examples of smart home devices.
The Global Smart Home Devices Market Research 2018 report by The Market Reports is a comprehensive study of the global smart home devices market. This in-depth report covers the global smart home devices market from all perspectives.
Within this report, you'll find insight into the market's size, classifications, industry chain structure, growth drivers, growth challenges and more.
Some of the key smart home vendors profiled in this report include Samsung, Bsh, Ge, Whirlpool, Lg, Electrolux, Panasonic, Miele & Cie, Philips, Irobot, Ecovacs, Neato, Haier, Midea, Hisense and others.
The Global Smart Home Sales Market 2018 report by The Market Reports is a second professional study of the global smart home sales market. Featuring both current and future prospective scenarios, it provides a detailed analysis of the market and where it's headed.
This report segments the global smart home sales market by several criteria. On the basis of geographic region, the market is segmented into the United States, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India.
On the basis of product type, the market is segmented into air conditioning and heating, washing and drying, refrigerators, cookers, dishwashers and others. Finally, the report segments the global smart home sales market by end-user application, including cooking, food storage, cleaning, house maintenance and others.