As the Internet of Things continues its astonishing growth, smart and connected technologies are at the forefront of most IoT conversations. Lesser recognized are developments in sensors that are making these smart devices possible.
Tom Canterbury once said, “The trouble with referees is that they just don’t care which side wins.” For many sports fans—actually a great majority—it is, obviously, incredibly important which team wins. But seemingly more important is that SOMEONE wins.
While only 21 percent of U.S. homes have smart home technology, smart home revenue is forecasted to almost triple over the current five-year period, according to an informative new web graphic from Custom Audio Video.
Even the most tech-savvy consumer might suffer whiplash eyeing the competing smart home protocols and platforms. Want to dim the Philips smart lights and simultaneously cue a playlist through the Sonos home audio system?