Home automation and innovation is an industry on its rise. There is a need for things to become smarter and faster, and so have the LEDs. With smart LED bulbs one may easily manipulate the lighting while being kilometres away from his/her house.
Smart LED bulbs have an element of wireless connectivity with a phone or a tablet letting the user dominate the lighting in a variety of ways. With this feature, numerous things can be changed with the touch of a finger. Conventional light bulbs are replaced with smart light bulbs. They can be easily screwed into the existing sockets in your home. An internet-connected source provides control over the lighting in your home from a centralized location.
The global smart lighting market is predicted to grow from US$ 7.93 billion in 2018 to US$ 20.98 billion by 2023, registering a CAGR of 21.5 per cent over that period, as per MarketsandMarkets, a research firm.
On the security front, smart bulbs can automatically turn on whenever someone rings the doorbell or some kind of motion is detected. Smart bulbs have recently begun to play music. One can set daily alarms on a smart bulb as well. Smart bulbs enhance the look and ambience of the home, in turn providing better options to the interior designers.
Although with a number of advantages, smart bulbs lag in a few aspects. They are available in limited shapes. Smart bulbs require a hub that connects with the router in order to function. This adds to the total cost of setup and installation. However, if one decides to look past these disadvantages, smart LED bulbs are proposed to be worthy investments.