When a tree falls: IoT, smart homes and sound sensors

The Smart Home market is exploding, and devices like smart thermostats, cameras, lights and wireless audio are leading the way.
A recent Parks Associates survey stated that 37% of U.S. households with broadband plan to buy a connected smart home device in 2015. Another report by Accenture forecast that two thirds of consumers will have connected smart devices in the home by 2019, with almost 70% of consumers having a smart thermostat and 60% having a smart security system. Security is a core focus for many Smart Home devices, with products such as SwannOne, Dropcam and Arlo from Netgear providing security-centric new offerings to the smart home.

Read more: http://www.iptv-news.com/2015/06/when-a-tree-falls-iot-smart-homes-and-sound-sensors/

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