In 2020 days are not far when you can connect all your home appliances with the Internet of Things. All over the world, smart home appliances are one of the hottest buzz words when it comes to IoT devices. In India, Vishakhapatnam is one of the fastest-growing cities where hospitals, hotels, banks and other apartments are rapidly connecting with smart homes.
The primary concern of connecting all the devices are strengthening security and conserve electricity. A report by NASSCOM shows the number of IoT devices in India is increasing remarkably. In 2016 the total number of IoT devices was 200 million, which approached nearly 2.7 billion unity by the beginning of 2020.
NASSCOM further adds, India soon will become the leader in adopting these devices. In India, the IoT market is expected to reach the US $15 billion by the end of 2020. The data says India is accounting 5% of the global IoT device industry.
Architects and civil engineers are expecting continuous use of these IoT devices will transform the daily living experience. A senior Architect, Karuna Kumari says innovations and inventions are an integral part of the upcoming technology industry. The technology is not only very user-friendly but also saves considerable time and energy, which is why many enterprises are coming forward every day for adopting this technology. The environment-friendly devices are the need of the hour for every household, especially in the Indian scenario.
With a single central controlling device, you can connect your Air conditioner, refrigerator, fan, light, water purifier, surveillance camera and other devices. With the smart IoT devices, you can check the present scenario of your workplace, home and other places. If you left your child at home with your caretaker, you don’t have to worry about security as every minute you can keep a strict eye on the ongoing situation of your home.
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