The global smart home market is poised to surge exponentially in the coming years. Besides the rising disposable income of consumers, the market will highly benefit from the increasing internet penetration worldwide. Furthermore, the recent advancements in the Internet of Things (IoT) that resulted in price drops of processors and sensors will encourage manufacturers to promote automation in the household sector. In the last few years, the world witnessed extensive rise in Wi-Fi access facilitated by growth in IoT services. As these devices operate through wireless connectivity, the smart home market will be considerably facilitated by the introduction of high-speed internet. Moreover, the proliferation of Wi-Fi connectivity in the household sector, will aid in the expansion of the global smart home market.

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Besides these, the demand for smart home appliances will gain pace, as consumers realize the importance as well as benefits of installing energy-efficient products at home. For instance, consumers can decrease usage of energy by means of temperature settings and by scheduling programmable thermostats. Smart thermostats that are linked to home Wi-Fi networks comes with easy to use applications and can be controlled remotely. Despite these advantages, the continuing threat of security breaches on cloud is a key challenge for the market.

The global market for Smart Homes stood at US$ 30.02bn in 2016. Rising at a healthy CAGR of 14.6% from 2017 to 2025, the opportunity in this market is likely to touch US$ 97.61 bn by the end of 2025.