Worried About Your Four-Legged Friends While You Are Away? Now You Can Check In On Your Pet With Connected Tech!
The pet industry is becoming smarter than ever, with more pet monitors and other IoT devices out there.
From pet food dispensers, to climate-controlled animal houses, pet doors with facial recognition and trackers that locate lost pets, the possibilities of pet tech are many, with smart pet products growing into a market worth more than $500 million.
Pet Cube 2 comes with a camera to view your pet, two-way audio and visuals, and the ability to let the owner dispense food or treats by pushing a button on their app.
Pebby is an internet-connected pet game that allows the owner to play with their pets remotely. It features a laser pointer, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capabilities, and a built-in high definition camera. The Little Cat basically works like a hamster wheel, allowing your pets to get some workout.
The reason the smart pet device market has grown so fast is because multiple studies have come to the conclusion that the owners worry about them when away. The biggest risk of pet tech could be the inclusion of impractical products to the IoT space. In the end, it is up to the owners to decide if these products are really required, if it is just a luxury, and if they are worth the money. We still have some way to go before pet tech becomes a necessity.
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