internet of things – The Smart Home Of Tomorrow [INFOGRAPHIC]

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internet of things – The Smart Home Of Tomorrow [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Smart Home Of Tomorrow by Jeff Desjardins, Visual Capitalist

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Today, people want everything to be “smart”.

Smart phones, smart appliances, smart autos, smart cities, smart grids, and even smart trash cans are either already in our lives today, or will be in our near future.

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In some cases the “smart” moniker may be applied loosely to new products, but the trend is real and overarching. It all stems from spreading adoption of the internet of things. With smart technology, many objects that were once quite simple are now automated, controlled by a phone, or optimized based on your personal preferences – and over time, this is going to change many aspects of our personal and professional lives.

One “smart” trend that is on a trajectory to impact almost everyone is one that concerns the most basic rung of our hierarchy of needs: our shelter.

Introducing The Smart Home of Tomorrow

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Today’s infographic from Vibrant Doors shows how the new smart home will change everyday living for most people. It also shows consumer preferences, expected demand, and the obstacles to widespread adoption of this new “smart” technology.

The Smart Home Of Tomorrow

The biggest obstacle for adoption of smart home technology is an interesting one: choice.

It’s expected that the smart home market will be worth $122 billion by 2022, and every company wants a piece of that pie. As a result, there is a multitude of brands trying to solve the smart home equation in order to break through as market leaders for this technology. The names in this battle range from giant tech companies like Apple, Amazon, Samsung, and Alphabet, to upstart competitors focusing on small niches within the home.

Consumers, for the most part, are willing to wait until the timing is right. Currently there is intense competition in the early stages of the smart home market and consumers are willing to watch brands duke it out. After all, adopting smart home devices and infrastructure is not cheap, and consumers only want to buy brands that are going to stand the test of time.

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