Pandemic Influences Consumers’ Opinions on Smart Home Technology

Interest in smart home technology isn’t new, as 57% of respondents said they previously owned some type of smart home technology, most likely a smart TV, smart home speakers, a smart doorbell, a robot vacuum and a connected climate control systems/smart thermostat. However, with the pandemic, there has been a shift in what type of smart home technology people are looking for, as consumers lean toward more safety and security devices, as opposed to luxury items. 

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Smart Home Technology in Multifamily Housing Units

“For residents, smart technologies offer an obvious upside, from the peace of mind that comes with smart locks to the possible cost savings of smart thermostats and lighting, as well as the increased convenience stemming from devices like smart washers and dryers,” said Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at Xfinity Communities Adrian Adriano. “Sometimes overlooked, however, are the benefits to the organizations implementing these technologies.”

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