smart home

Smart home - home automation concept.

The smart home was intended to make consumers’ lives easier, safer, and more enriching but despite substantial hype and industry investment, a recent Accenture report suggests Australians’ attitudes towards smart home technology mean it will be some time yet before it is fully adopted. The research reveals that in order

Starcom will take over four Australian households and transform them into connected smart homes, in a research project designed to uncover how smart technology will change consumer behaviour, and the commercial opportunity for brands. On announcing The Future of Connected Living research project, Starcom CEO, Toby Barbour said, “We’re experiencing

Amazon Alexa

The adoption of voice assistants such as Alexa and Google Assistant will be a key factor behind smart home growth, with 275 million voice assistant devices used to control smart homes by 2023. This is up from an estimated 25 million in 2018, a growth of 1,000 per cent. The

Smart home - home automation concept.

Increasing smart security adoption will drive home automation and monitoring revenues from an estimated $12 billion in 2018 to over $45 billion by 2023, representing a growth of over 260 per cent. The figures are contained in a new report from Juniper Research. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter

The smart home automation and monitoring devices will grow to over 770 million globally by 2021. That represents an eleven-fold rise from just 68 million estimated in 2016, according to a new report from Juniper Research. Called Smart Home Markets: Entertainment, Monitoring, Automation, Health, Metering, Appliances 2017-2021, the study reveals