It started with smart thermostats. Now, in today’s world of smartphones, smart speakers, and Wi-Fi connections in 89 percent of U.S. households (as of 2017), smart homes are expanding in scope beyond heating and cooling controls — the first major foray into the smart-home concept — as manufacturers work to keep up with customer demand for continuous connection.
The Ion thermostat provides homeowners with a smartphone-inspired control that offers remote access, seamless programming, and over-the-air software updates to provide a convenient user experience while leveraging the maximum capabilities of their HVAC systems.
Over a year of research and design went into the 2018 Dealer Design Awards gold-winning product in the Residential Controls category. After listening to feedback from both contractors and consumers for a more basic, easy-to-use, and cost-effective thermostat, Nest created the Nest Thermostat E.
The iComfort M30 smart thermostat is an Amazon® Echo-enabled, smart-home-compatible thermostat. It works with Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, and Tap devices, allowing the homeowner to ask Alexa to adjust the temperature.
GLAS—a simple-to-use, yet powerful smart thermostat. GLAS leverages more than 135 years of insights in building control systems to create a thermostat with an efficient and modern perspective. GLAS utilizes a translucent OLED touchscreen display to control its functions. Users simply touch the screen to change the temperature, monitor indoor and outdoor air quality, track energy savings, or perform other functions
This module is the newest offering of the RS-Connect™-connected environment. This eco-structure provides contractors with simple and fast installations for connected products and proactive methods to stay in touch with their customers and grow their business.
Jonathan Castillo, maintenance manager, PizzaRev, was tasked with finding an affordable, energy-efficient smart thermostat to keep customers and team members comfortable in stores that are using 900°F pizza ovens without incurring huge energy bills.
North America is expected to remain the largest region during the forecast period due to the increasing usage of technologies and digitalization in the U.S.
October 30, 2017
The major growth drivers for this market are increasing consumer need for simplicity and a personalized experience, growing awareness related to safety and security, and the adaption of cloud-based technologies.
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