The demand for reliable wireless protocol and technologies for home automation is a key driver for the steady industry interest in Z-wave products. The panoply of home automation products that utilize propriety wireless protocol has lent momentum to the growing demand for Z-wave products. Z-wave operates in 900 Mhz frequency bands, hence the adoption of Z-wave products may be region-specific, since some regions may not allow certain bandwidth to be used for commercial applications. But, on the other hand, Z-wave products don’t suffer interference from Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, spurring their popularity among consumers. Some of the other key benefits are backward compatibility and high interoperability across other Z-Wave devices.
The study on the Z-wave products market presents a detailed assessment of the major technological avenues, key product development avenues, current consumer adoption trends, and the factors shaping the competitive dynamics. The study authors aim to discover imminent investment pockets and new emerging trends in smart home devices. Additionally, the data-driven evaluation of the market potential helps interested participants to formulate their strategies to tap into the potential of newer technologies in the Z-wave products market.
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The growing array of certified Z-wave devices over the last two decades is a key trend underpinning the rapidly growing potential of the Z-wave products market. Further, rapidly increasing popularity of smart lighting, thermostats, locks, and most prominently smart sensors has boosted the revenues of players in the Z-wave products market. Worldwide, the proliferating number of smart home devices is a key factor boosting the sales in the market.
Growing investments by governments on promoting the idea of smart cities lend a significant impetus to the demand for and mass adoption of smart home devices. This has propelled the expansion of opportunities for manufacturers in the Z-wave products market. Increasing enterprise in interest in IoT frameworks and growing interest of Gen Y and Gen Z in smart home hubs is also cementing the revenue potential of the market. Low-cost wireless technologies interest the target consumer cohorts.
Over the past few years, new application areas in developed regions have emerged for numerous Z-wave products manufacturers. A case in point is the potential of Z-wave products in efficient energy management systems.
Progress made in smart home communication protocols relates to security against brute force attacks on the Z-wave products. Over the past ten years, the concerns of security have been sternly addressed, and efforts are made by researchers to mitigate attacks and plug any vulnerabilities that surfaced from time to time. The Z-Wave Alliance has been committed to address the emerging security concerns and have been mandating product manufacturers to advance their security protocols.
On the regional front, North America has been generating substantial revenues, driven by the trend of early adoption of wireless protocols for smart home devices. In recent years, the growing popularity of smart home automation has spurred the demand in developing regions of the world. Asia Pacific has been offering vast revenue potential to manufacturers and other players in the value chain. Initiatives by governments and private organizations to boost the adoption of technologies that define smart cities have also bolstered the sales of Z-wave products in developed as well as developing countries of the region.
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