Market Research Report
Fresh Air: Air Quality and Comfort in the Smart Home
|Published by||Parks Associates||Product code||990186|
|Published||Content info||72 Slides
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|Fresh Air: Air Quality and Comfort in the Smart Home|
|Published: April 16, 2021||Content info: 72 Slides||
Opportunities to leverage smart technologies to improve indoor air quality (IAQ) are garnering attention from builders, property managers, and consumers alike. COVID-19 has further increased consumer interest in smart products that maximize comfort and health. This research quantifies consumer concerns, perceptions of product value by use cases, device or system ownership, and purchase intentions. Product categories include smart thermostats, smart fans, smart blinds,/shades, smart vents, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, air filtration, UV air purifiers, forced air zone systems, ventilation systems, and more. The report also examines the different services to increase air quality and comfort, such as system maintenance analytics, 24/7 monitoring and replenishment services.
"As indoor air quality grows in importance to consumers, smart climate control devices such as smart air purifiers and smart humidifiers/dehumidifiers will increase in adoption. These devices can help eliminate sources of poor air quality but still face major hurdles in adoption including low familiarity outside of key consumer segments, ignorance of IAQ issues, product confusion, and high upfront cost for products and installation." - Dina Abdelrazik , Contributing Analyst, Parks Associates.