WINDSTREAM TECHNOLOG (OTCMKTS:WSTI) an established provider firm of advanced network communications released a research report that highlights the future of the Connected Home. The research was conducted in association with Ovum, a known global technology research company. The research report highlights how connected technology is set to change the way human live in ten years.
The research report of Windstream highlights the analysis of the current position of connected technology and projections for its future in the community. It will demonstrate how it’s positioned to transform transportation, entertainment, homes, healthcare and more. Moreover, analysts predict what will compel widespread acceptance and discover the infrastructure enhancements essential to support it.
Windstream operates in the industry of connecting communities. Sarah Day of Windstream said that for this reason the management intended to paint a picture reflecting how connected technology will affect human lives from the home to the classroom to the workplace. The Connected technology is quickly changing every part of everyday life from cities down to local communities. The research is for all those people who are curious to know about how technology will shape the future.
The Connected Home
Windstream research stated that smart technology applications focused on home automation, energy efficiency and security are in the early acceptance changes, but are anticipated to witness mass market infiltration in the coming three years. In addition, in next ten years, greater interoperability and convenience of use will translate smart homes a DIY-venture. During this time, the developers will require to deal with issues of high cost, disintegration among devices and rising concerns of security and privacy in order to achieve widespread acceptance.
The fundamental required are set to prompt adoption compared to price, advertising or even design. The analysts highlight widespread acceptance to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, stating that segments that fulfill primary needs may be welcomed even before connected technologies that meets higher-level needs.