Smart homes are becoming more and more popular. Also known as domotics, it involves the use of automated systems to control a home's climate, electricity and energy usage. The following two reports explore the global smart home market and where it's headed.
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Homeowners throughout the world are investing in smart home technology. Also known as domotics, it's intended to automated a home's lighting, heating and air conditioning, water, gas, security and appliances.
When connected as part of a smart home, these systems are either fully or partially automated. A smart home, for example, may automatically turn off the lighting and heating or air conditioner when the home is no longer occupied.
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As a result, the home uses less energy, allowing the homeowner to save money on his or her utility bills.
With the increasing cost of energy, many homeowners are exploring new ways to cut their home's energy usage. There are countless ways to lower a home's energy usage, one of the most effective of which is investing in smart home technology.
With smart home technology, homeowners can automate systems that would otherwise be controlled manually. The technology is designed specifically to create an energy-efficient environment that lowers a home's utility bills.
Smart home technology isn't free. Homeowners, however, should consider the long-term cost-savings benefits offered by smart home technology.
Over the course of several years, a homeowner will likely save more money on his or her home's utility bills than the cost of the smart home technology. There are even some municipalities that offer tax incentives for the investment and use of smart home technology.
The Smart Homes - Global Market Outlook (2015-2022) report by Research N Reports is a comprehensive study of the global smart homes market. Featuring current and future prospective data through 2022, it offers an in-depth look at the market.
This report covers a wide variety of smart home products, some of which include security and access controls, energy management systems, lighting controls, smart devices, HVAC controls, humidity sensors, climate controls, thermostats, temperature sensors, entertainment controls, installation, cellular networks and more.
The Global Smart Homes and Home Automation Market Research report by Research N Reports is a second professional study of the global smart home market. Within this report, you'll find professional insight into the market's size, classifications, chain structure, growth drivers, challenges and more.
Along with the first report, it's one of the most complete and detailed studies of the global smart home market.
Some of the key smart home vendors profiled in this report include Intel Corporation (U.S.), Qualcomm Incorporated (U.S.), Atmel Corp. (U.S.), Texas Instruments (U.S.), NXP Semiconductor N.V (Netherlands), STMicroelectronics N.V (Switzerland), Mediate Inc.
(Taiwan), Cypress Semiconductor Corporation (U.S.), EnOcean Gmbh (Germany), NEXCOM International Co. Ltd. and others.