Posted by Marc Pégulu on 03 August 2021

The market for smart home technology continues to grow at a rapid pace. Research from Statista shows that revenue in the European smart home market is projected to reach £18,504m in 2021, growing to £31,682m by 2025, by which time there will be over 97m smart home users.

Across the board, from home automation to smart kitchen appliances and voice assistant-enabled lighting, consumer electronics companies are using the Internet of Things (IoT) to connect everyday devices to the cloud, bringing new opportunities and control for consumers.

The global pandemic has added to this growing trend, causing people to spend more time at home and think afresh about how their home is used and controlled. An April 2021 report by International Data Corporation (IDC) shows that video entertainment, smart speakers and security and monitoring were the top categories in smart home technology in 2020 as householders sought to improve their homes.

As the technology and market has developed, users’ expectations have changed. At first, users were attracted to gimmicky applications but are now more concerned with real world uses that bring actual benefits to their lives. Moving forward, the smart home market will start to see more products that can have a significant impact on the consumer’s day to day life. This wide range of products includes technology and applications such as pet geofencing, which can set boundaries for a pet and warn the owner when it strays outside this area. Other examples could be connected pest traps, telling householders when the trap has been activated.

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LoRa® 智能家居营造无比温馨的家园

Byron BeMiller 发表于 2020 年 11 月 16 日

Smart home automation makes it possible to proactively heat your home from the road, automatically close your garage each evening and conserve energy, among many other modern conveniences. 

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LoRa® 通过 Amazon Sidewalk 进军消费者物联网领域

Posted by Alistair Fulton on 21 September 2020

Semtech has taken great strides to help solution developers realize the potential for LoRa® devices in the smart home space. With the launch of its LoRa Smart Home™ transceiver earlier this year, Semtech is making it easier for developers to leverage the benefits of long range, low power and low cost end devices based on LoRa for the consumer market.

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Tags: LoRa, News, Smart Homes & Buildings, Wireless RF, Smart Homes, ESG

智能家居中的 LoRa® 器件

Posted by Byron BeMiller on 03 August 2020

In 2018, the U.S. made up 35 percent of the global smart home market, which is expected to grow five-fold to a $192 billion global market by 2023. The same data from IHS Markit shows that over a third (38 percent) of U.S. households already have at least one smart device. Consumers in the market for smart home devices are faced with an overwhelmingly wide variety of device options and technology platforms. Among those offering the longest range and lowest power consumption are YoLink LoRa®-based devices offered by YoSmart. Smart home sensors leveraging Semtech’s LoRa devices are only a few clicks away, available now on Amazon in the U.S.

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Tags: LoRa, Wireless RF, Smart Buildings, Smart Homes, ESG

LoRa Edge™ 实现室内 Wi-Fi 地理定位

Posted by Pedro Pachuca on 15 April 2020

资产追踪是物联网 (IoT) 最有前途的应用之一。运输、物流、医疗保健和食品服务等各个行业都在投资更智能的技术,用自动化资产管理解决方案取代孤立的传统系统。

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Tags: LoRa, Smart Homes & Buildings, Smart Supply Chain Logistics, Wireless RF, Asset Tracking, Smart Buildings, Smart Homes, ESG

LoRa® 器件实现全球智能建筑转型

Posted by Byron BeMiller on 08 April 2020

Managing a building certainly isn’t easy, but the Internet of Things (IoT) sure can make it feel that way.

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Tags: LoRa, Smart Homes & Buildings, Wireless RF, Smart Homes, ESG

CES 上基于 LoRa® 的智能家居创新

Posted by Byron BeMiller on 20 January 2020

Another CES is in the books, and as usual, it was a blur of visionary concepts demonstrated alongside very useful, near-term technology. While much has already been written about CES 2020, I will focus my impressions on the connectivity technology choices for the smart home and building. While the market continues to evolve clever ways to present, manipulate and use data to make our lives and businesses simpler and more efficient, feeding the appetite of the big data engine presents many challenges in the smart building connectivity market.

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Tags: LoRa, Smart Homes & Buildings, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, Events, Smart Buildings, Smart Homes, ESG

在德国部署基于 LoRa® 的解决方案

Posted by Remi Lorrain on 18 December 2019

智能公用事业和住宅行业中的无线计数器读数是涉及计数器读数、数据评估和计费的所有流程中最有前景的应用之一,并具有很高的优化潜力。与 Minol-ZENNER Group 共同发表的一份新白皮书探讨了 Semtech 的 LoRa® 器件和 LoRaWAN® 协议在智能家居、多户住宅、建筑和智能公用事业中的部署必须如何遵守当前的德国法律和监管。

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圣诞老人能够受益于基于 LoRa® 的物联网吗?

Posted by Marc Pégulu on 16 December 2019

IHS Markit 预测,到 2023 年,所有低功耗广域网 (LPWAN) 将有多达 43% 基于 Semtech 的 LoRa® 器件和 LoRaWAN® 协议*。截至 2019 年 12 月,全球已部署超过五十万个支持 LoRa 的网关,支持 1.35 亿个基于 LoRa 的终端节点**。随着物联网 (IoT) 解决方案的全球采用以及支持 LoRa 的应用的市场份额不断增长,将越来越难以找到无法从任何互联器件中受益的业务部门。新的 LoRa 用例定期发布全球 LoRaWAN 网络部署(公共或私有)的数量不断增加,似乎对这些应用的唯一限制就是开发人员和系统集成商解决当今现实世界业务挑战的想象力。

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CES 上基于 LoRa 的智能家居与建筑创新

Posted by Byron BeMiller on 16 January 2019
2019 年消费电子展 (CES) 吸引了 180,000 多名与会者,智能家居和建筑的创新是其中最受欢迎的话题之一。无论是智能厨房用具,还是支持语音助手的照明,消费性电子产品公司正在使用物联网 (IoT) 将日常设备连接到云,以便快速为消费者创造新体验。Business Insider 预测,到 2023 年,仅美国就将部署超过十亿台智能家居器件。
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Tags: LoRa, Smart Homes & Buildings, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, Events, Smart Buildings, Smart Homes, ESG