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The Importance of Marrying IoT to Consumer Products for Ease of Life
With the number of connected things poised to cross the 125-billion mark by 2030 from nearly 27 billion in 2017, the impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) on consumer products has moved from hype to reality now. While smartphones continue to rule the roost as ultimate IoT devices, a variety of smart home devices such as Google Nest and personal fitness devices like Fitbit bands have captured people’s attention all over the globe. More and more IoT-enabled home appliances, sensors, and network devices are being launched every day which intend to bring a certain ‘ease of life’ to consumers. According to a report by Gartner, the consumer sector is the largest user of connected things, accounting for nearly two-thirds of the overall applications in use. Going ahead, rapid innovations in the IoT space will continue to revolutionise consumer products and electronic devices and improve the health and lifestyle of consumers.
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