The demand for smart locks soars, and the smart ma

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Nowadays, the Internet tide has swept all aspects of our daily life. As an important space for people's life, the intellectualization of home came into being. According to the data of the prospective industry research institute, the scale of China's smart home market was 300million yuan in 2014. Under the "Internet +" trend, Internet giants such as Baidu, Tencent, Alibaba, real estate manufacturers and home appliance manufacturers have entered the market one after another. It is expected that smart home is expected to grow rapidly to 4.8 billion yuan in 2015, and the compound growth rate of market scale in 2016 and 2017 will exceed 20%

traditional household appliances such as TVs, air conditioners, refrigerators, etc. have entered the intelligent era one after another. The door locks, which protect people's family safety, are also unwilling to step on the road of intelligence. The data shows that the annual sales of smart locks in the world reach 3.5 billion US dollars. In Japan and South Korea, smart locks account for more than 70% of the civil lock market. The utilization rate of smart locks in Korean apartments is as high as 90%. European and American smart locks also account for 50% of the civil lock market. China's smart locks also have a large market space

China will continue to invest in the research of high-tech locks every year to effectively respond to the market demand for high-end locks. As an early product of smart home, electronic smart lock manufacturers, large and small, want to take a share in this market. Today, apple, Xiaomi and Google are all paying attention to this market and have launched relevant products and plans

in the Internet era, smart home is an irreversible trend, and smart locks are entry-level products of smart home. Consumers do not have to install a full set of smart home systems, but it is still necessary to install smart locks to ensure safety and convenience, which also meets the scientific and fashionable life needs of the current post-80s and post-90s mainstream groups




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