Overcoming the Smart Home Market’s Top Challenges
Hackers are targeting smart home devices ranging from video doorbells to connected baby monitors. In recent years, there have been several stories of smart speaker vendors gathering sensitive information. And then there is the fact that the smart home market remains male-dominated and skewed toward the well-off.
While the smart home market is expanding, it has yet to achieve universal support.
In this feature, we take a look at the smart home market’s top hurdles, and provide advice on how the nascent industry can overcome them.
In this report, you can read about how companies are:
- Addressing the smart home’s often unclear value proposition
- Making usability a central priority
- Working to make smart home products more universal
- Aiming to create trustworthy devices, rather than those that are ‘creepy’
- And more