From fall detection tech to smart water monitoring systems, these companies are making the home more automated, connected, and accessible.
Work, school, medical visits, fitness, and shopping all moved under one roof during the pandemic, driving interest in the smart home category. Even as pandemic-era restrictions have subsided, consumer habits and expectations have shifted — leaving the home more connected than ever.
New technologies have emerged that play a more significant role in consumers’ day-to-day lifestyles and wellness. Startups are also focused on the accessibility of home-focused tech through new products geared towards seniors and kids. For example, Nobi’s smart lamp integrates mobility sensors and AI to detect falls for the elderly.
Beyond making managing home life more seamless for homeowners, the home of the future has implications for companies looking to extend their brand reach and maintain relevance with consumers. They can look to the home as a place to gain a deeper understanding and a more direct connection to customers through the collection and use of data.
Using CB Insights data, we identified 60+ companies driving innovation in home tech across areas ranging from water and energy management to security and monitoring tech.