1. Integration of drones with personal security features
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Autonomous drones are becoming increasingly popular, and they may be programmed to patrol a residence and relay images to customers. Drones are relatively simple to control and can be used to fly about a location or piece of land to keep an eye out for trespassers or other suspicious activities with the correct training. The speed and agility with which drones can respond to actual or future events are some key advantages. They can respond to the incident more quickly than a police car or a security guard since they are swift, agile, and airborne.
- Security drones for home surveillance and monitoring have recently become popular, with various companies, like
- BrdsEye, Airborne Drones, DJI, and Secom, releasing security surveillance drones. Recently, the Sunflower Home
2. High adoption of diy (do it yourself) home security systems for cost-effective solutions
Adopting DIY (Do It Yourself) home security systems for cost-effective solutions drives the market study. DIY home security systems consist of motion and entry sensors, a loud siren, and other components. They are cost-effective solutions compared to professional monitoring solutions, which deal with hefty contracts. Thus, the smart home security market introduced the concept of smart technology to homeowners. Offering protection to one’s home to deter crime became accepted and understood the concept.
Then, the market trend saw national security system-based companies, like ADT, add new smart capabilities. Recently, Blue by ADT was launched as a DIY smart home security brand focused on expanding its product portfolio to offer fully customizable DIY smart home security solutions. Being launched as a flexible, expandable DIY system, customers obtain the flexibility in designing a smart home security system based on personalized needs.
Increasing Competition Globally
Essence Group, a global security solutions provider, announced a partnership with the Portuguese smart access supplier Chaviarte. As an expansion strategy for Essence into the Portuguese market for its WeR@Home security and home management platform, Chaviarte’s existing security hardware is expected to be integrated into the latter’s core business door lock and entry systems.
Vivint collaborated with Chamberlain Group to offer better control and monitoring of smart homes and garages via a single app. myQ by Chamberlain Group (CGI) offers garage door opener brands. This is expected to help Vivint secure all vital access points to a typical smart home.