The global home automation and control systems market is estimated to grow from $16,888.27 million in 2011 to $35,627.83 million in 2016 at a CAGR of 16.1%.
Starting off with pneumatic phase, the home automation and control systems market has reached the world of standards, protocols, and data distribution systems; which allows the home automation control structures such as security systems, and lighting systems to interact and integrate with each other. The home automation and control systems that started with wired technology have now entered the era of wireless technology with technologies such as Zigbee, Z-wave, EnOcean, and others coming up.
The wide adoption of Internet across the globe has resulted in the growth and advancement of home automation and control market. The flexibility to control and monitor home automation and control systems from any point even out and far from homes is possible through Internet. These systems are also accessed and monitored via smartphone through message alerts.
Apart from increasing the living standards and inclination towards more convenient life, the home automation and control system products have also addressed the issue of power saving; that too, up to 80% through products like lighting controls. Entertainment control has dominated all the products of home automation and control market as it has become an important part of the lives of all the individuals.
Scope of the report
Global home automation and control systems market research report categorizes on the basis of different products and geographical analysis; forecasting revenue, and analyzing trends in the global home automation and control systems market.
Nearly thirty leading players in the home automation market are profiled within the report, including: ABB Ltd; AMX; Clipsal Australia Pty Ltd.; Cytech Technology Pte Ltd; Daintree Networks Inc.; Honeywell International Inc; Johnson Controls Inc; Legrand S.A.; Lutron Electronics Co. Inc; Royal Philips Electronics N.V.; Siemens Building Technologies AG; Synapse Wireless Inc and VITY Technology.