100 Million Internet Connected Wireless Lights by 2020
Wireless LED light bulbs will be one of the fastest growing Internet of Things markets over the next decade reaching tens of millions of households by 2020, according to global technology research firm ON World. .
San Diego, CA Nov. 20, 2013-- Wireless LED light bulbs will be one of the fastest growing Internet of Things markets over the next decade, according to global technology research firm ON World.
“Growth of wireless LED light bulbs has been tremendous over the past year even with only a few available products today,” said Mareca Hatler, ON World’s research director. “Cloud connected LED lights along with an insatiable demand for smart device apps have created a mass market opportunity for developers.”
ON World’s most recent survey of nearly 300 early technology adopting consumers found that wireless lighting controls is one of the most in demand Smart Home solutions. Nearly 50% indicate that they are “interested” or “most interested” in adopting a smart lighting system. Sixty percent would like their smart lighting system to connect with at least half of their home’s light bulbs.
Year over year growth for wireless light bulbs to date exceeds 250% and several new products are expected to be launched within the next few months. In addition to Philips’ wireless LED lighting solutions, similar products are also currently available or will soon be available by Osram, Samsung, SmartLabs, GreenWave Reality, TCP and Leedarson as well as a growing number of new entrants.
By 2020, there will be over 100 million Internet connected wireless light bulbs and lamps worldwide up from 2.4 million this year. The majority will be wireless enabled ballasts and LED drivers at this time.ON World’s report, “Smart Wireless Lighting,” is based on phone interviews and online surveys with over 500 individuals including consumers, facility/property managers, professional installers, equipment manufacturers, software developers and component suppliers. It covers the global market for connected wireless lighting controls in three market landscapes (commercial, residential and municipal) and 14 market segments, presents the results from several surveys and analyzes over 60 companies with smart wireless solutions. Forecasts are for equipment and services as well as by product category, geography and technology. The wireless lighting technologies included are ZigBee, 802.15.4, 6LoWPAN, WiFi, Bluetooth Smart, EnOcean, Z-Wave and others.
The report synopsis and a free executive summary is available from: http://onworld.com/smartlighting
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