These days there’s no doubt that smart home technology is a lucrative market but before it can move towards true market-buyer adoption several problems must be overcome.
Principal among these is simplicity of use. Homeowners don’t want to face complex setup instructions and more and more manufacturers are offering wider support to help with installation.
Security and privacy also remain key issues. Products must be designed with prevent eliminate current vulnerabilities with an eye to the future as well. Moreover, devices that can store sensitive personal data must ensure that this data can be protected.