1 in 3 Consumers Likely to Use Smart Home Solutions by 2018
ON World’s recently completed survey with 1,000 consumers found that within the next three years 1 in 3 will likely use smart home sensing solutions such as smart lighting, energy management, safety and security.
San Diego, CA August 31, 2015— One in three U.S. online adults will adopt a smart home sensing system within the next three years, according to global technology research firm ON World. The primary adoption drivers are safety and security followed by energy savings and remote web access. However, smart LED light bulbs are the most likely products that consumers plan to purchase within the next two years.
ON World’s August 2015 survey with 1,000 US online adults found that 30% are planning to purchase a smart home sensing system within the next three years and 1 in 5 will own a smart home sensing system within the next 24 months. Smart LED light bulbs are planned by over half of likely smart home adopters and the majority of respondents would like to integrate smart lighting with at least one other application. For those that want to integrate smart lighting with at least one other application, smart thermostats are the most popular, followed by a security system and smart door locks, smart appliances and smart sprinklers.
Based on input from 2,100+ individuals, ON World’s report, “Smart Home Lighting,” covers the global residential wireless lighting controls market and includes 5-year market size forecasts (units and revenues) by product type, market channel, geography and technology; the results from two consumer surveys; an in-depth analysis of 260 smart lighting products; technology evaluation; and analysis of 40+ companies across the whole smart lighting value chain.
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