Open smart home platforms and partnerships are predicted to drive adoption of home automation hardware, with over 300m units by 2020, up from 28m in 2015.
Samsung is preparing for the smart home of the future with new research that supports Aussies want more connected devices that unobtrusively make their lives easier.
Driven by automation and entertainment services, new research says Smart Home services, entertainment, health, energy and automation will more than double to $100 billion by 2020.
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