Smart home sensor technology is being embraced by home owners to make their homes smarter, according to a report from the World Bank.
The report claims that smart home sensor products are being developed to offer more features than just simple “smart” thermostats, and also offer smarter control of thermostat functions.
The report also claims that a growing number of smart home products have become cheaper, faster, and more secure than their conventional counterparts.
While the report focuses on smart home devices, the World Wide Web platform that hosts many of these products is also attracting the attention of the global development community.
The site, which is powered by Google’s Project Ara platform, is widely considered to be one of the most advanced connected home platforms in existence, according the report.
It’s easy to see why Google has been focusing on the site, according a spokesperson for the World Business Council.
Google, which has already invested $250 million in the platform, has partnered with several major developers to create smart home tools and apps.
The company’s Project Argo project, which was announced in June, is being built by ZTE, the Chinese smartphone maker.
“The smart home market is a growing market with billions of users and tens of thousands of apps on the market, so Google is taking an active role to help bring the smart home to the masses,” a spokesperson from Google said in a statement.
“We are looking forward to working with developers and the smart homes community to create more products and services that can be useful to users.”
In the future, Google says that it expects to “continue to invest in the smart products we build and are building and to be involved in the broader ecosystem that makes these products possible.”
Google has already begun testing a number of the smart thermostatic products and said that it will continue to partner with developers as they work on smart thermoregulation.