India’s Rapidly Rising Home Automation Market
Across India, people are shifting to smart devices to set up routines and make life easier by managing them remotely.
The software tracks a person’s habits, like the music they like in the morning and play that, smart mattresses adjust to a person’s back, smart mirrors point out health issues, sensors in toilets check for potential health issues by scanning waste before flushing.
Companies are developing new products to keep up with demand. Panasonic recently unveiled an all-smart range of appliances last month with users being able to operate it from anywhere. It is also designed to perform self-diagnosis. Google, Google Nest, Wipro Lighting, and Philips are also major players in the market.
The lights are the latest innovations with most companies developing their version of a smart bulb. Smart devices are now so popular that demand is rising in tier-two cities as well. However, with 5G and seamless internet connectivity, these devices tend to work better than ever, also prompting an increase in adoption. One concern with these devices is the fact that these could be listening to more than what they are supposed to. With the number of devices increasing, the amount of data generated also increases. A sad fact is that users are not always aware that data is being collected about them.
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