There are ever-increasing levels of comfort and convenience provided by modern technology. With technology that revolutionizes everything from thermostat management to refrigerator replenishment, smart homes aim to enhance the homeowner’s experience. Although the widespread adoption of smart technology is clearly evident everywhere, we are still in the early stages.
There are currently more than 175 million smart homes globally, each of which has a variety of devices, applications, and software. The rise of smart devices is primarily the result of younger generations. What do Gen Z and Millennial homeowners purchase to update their homes? Data indicate that they appear to value entertainment in their shopping decisions. Smart speakers, televisions, and hubs are frequently found in living rooms. A smart smoke detector, indoor smart lamp, or window shade could be found in the bedroom.
Meanwhile, ovens, dishwashers, and refrigerators are common smart kitchen appliances. Compared to the rest of the house, bathrooms feature the fewest smart appliances, however they may have bidets, showerheads, or mirrors. Smart gate locks, sprinkler management systems, and garage door openers are all standard features outside the home. Buyers in the Millennial and Gen Z generations have fallen in love with smart home technology, with entertainment devices clearly taking the lead. Are you prepared for future homes?