Market Research Report
Emerging Technology Opportunities Impacting Home Automation in India
|Emerging Technology Opportunities Impacting Home Automation in India|
Published: June 1, 2020
Frost & Sullivan
Content info: 60 Pages
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
Voice-activated Technology, Smart Hubs, Smart Lighting, Video Door phones, Smart Sensors Drive Opportunities for Home Automation in India
Home automation and IoT services are witnessing an increase in adoption in the Indian subcontinent with the advent of newer and more affordable technology innovations. Users are increasingly adopting smart speakers and voice controlled technologies leading to smart revolution due to various associated benefits such as user convenience, enhanced security, and tremendous energy savings that can be achieved in the long run.
In India, the home automation market is driven by the rise in number of start-ups who are aiming to make affordable smart home products, which is attractive to a larger section of people. Efforts by the Indian government to encourage Make in India initiative as well as Digital India campaign along with the aim of smart city development are all influencing the adoption of smart devices into homes.
The ability of smart devices to integrate seamlessly into existing infrastructure without requiring much changes in wiring while also fulfilling the aim of enabling automation makes it appealing to homes in India. Home automation does not create much hassle for the user.
This research service, "Emerging Technology Opportunities Impacting Home Automation in India" highlights the key enabling technologies leveraged for creating a connected home ecosystem. It also offers insights on individual technologies, key innovations in India, industry initiatives leading to developments in technologies enabling home automation. The scope of the research service is limited to technologies enabling home automation such as voice activation, smart sensors, robotics, wearables, smart lighting, smart sensors, and smart home hubs.
Key questions addressed in the research service include the following: