In the golden age of technology, home automation has emerged in a way that one feels more connected to their homes now. Home automation started with labor-saving machines and in the 1990s, electric home appliances like washing machines, refrigerators among others came into existence. Then, with the emergence of smart technology and change in the standard of living, the home automation industry started gaining popularity across the world. Today, it has become so convenient and easy that one can remotely access smart home appliances from anywhere and at any time. For instance, Arduino based home automation system is enabled with Bluetooth. It allows users to give commands from a cell phone. This further results in reducing manpower and helps to save time.
Companies are now diligently focusing on the design and believe in adding new features to existing home automation systems. Considering this, the global market is expected to rise at a remarkable CAGR of 12.1%. The market was valued at US$ 45.8 Bn in 2017 and with its rising demand, the market is anticipated to be worth US$ 114 Bn by 2025. Moreover, people are willing to pay extra for integrating home automation systems at their homes.
The main objective of smart homes is to offer comfort, safety, and convenience to their users. This, as a result, has shifted the user preference from manual frameworks to automatic ones.
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