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Insights on the Smart Thermostats Global Market to 2025 - Cybersecurity and Compatibility With Legacy Systems are Persistent Concerns

Research and Markets
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Dublin, Sept. 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "The Global Smart Thermostats Market, 2020" report has been added to's offering.

Smart thermostats have changed the way home appliances are controlled for better living conditions. They learn about the heating and cooling preferences in a household and adjust settings automatically, and allow for access of real-time and historical data to optimize performance when a space is unoccupied.

The global smart thermostat market is on a growth trajectory. Revenue reached $2.03 billion in 2019; by 2025, the publisher expects it to reach $4.81 billion, triggered by the penetration of smart home solutions and rising demand for energy- and cost-saving technologies. North America and Europe have been and will continue to be the top growth markets. Sales in the Asia-Pacific region and the Middle East will be concentrated in a few countries, including China, Japan, and the United Arab Emirates.

Manufacturers are developing home monitoring platforms (with smart thermostats as a central component) that can communicate with room sensors, security cameras, and door/window sensors to ensure occupant security. Market drivers include smart thermostats' role in demand response and smart home automation devices, though cybersecurity and compatibility with legacy systems are persistent concerns.

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