How Will Real Estate Successfully Increase Smart Home Adoption?
There are plenty of smart home gadgets out there including smart toilets, door locks, security systems, shower heads, garage openers, and so on.
A good thing to see at the CES 2020 was discussions around security and privacy. Real estate is at the front and center of smart home developments. A recent study finds that consumers look forward to smart homes but are not particularly interested in paying additional costs for it.
From solar panels to energy efficient appliances, builders must find the balance on what’s included and what they’ll pass on to the consumer. This varies wildly depending on the price point.
Builders are placing emphasis on infrastructure smart technology. Tech companies shouldn’t leave renters out either. Tenants can experience living with smart locks, temperature and light controls in their rented apartments before looking to purchase a smart home themselves.
Since smart devices are a bit expensive, insurance and utility industries can offer rebates and incentives to promote efficiency and sustainability. For instance, some insurance companies give discounts on premiums if the customer has leak-detection technology installed. At the moment, Google, Apple and Amazon are all working with the Zigbee Alliance to help create a single standard for making IoT better than before.
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