Smart Home Week returns to get Brits ‘smart about the smart home’

Consumer awareness campaign, Smart Home Week is returning for a second year from 21st – 27th May, backed by a list of high profile sponsors from across the world of smart technology.

New research shows that 75% of Brits have heard of a smart home, and nearly a third own at least one smart product, yet 47% of people admit to finding smart technology overwhelming*.

With nearly half of us feeling confused by smart technology, it’s important for brands to provide support and advice to help us get to grips with the latest smart technology. With this in mind, Philips Hue, Samsung SmartThings and Yale all return for a second Smart Home Week, alongside other leading smart home players including, Amazon, ebay, Google, Ring and tado° as well as the British Standards Institution, acting as an independent regulatory body.

Smart Home Week is designed to provide advice and information on the range of smart products available. By partnering with some of the largest names in the smart technology industry, Smart Home Week offers unparalleled levels of advice and will help cut through the jargon, making the smart home more accessible, as well showcasing the very best and latest developments in the smart home world.

During Smart Home Week, official supporters will be hosting a wide range of competitions and giveaways as well as sharing discounts and offers.

For more information on Smart Home Week, or to sign up for the latest updates, head to www.smarthomeweek.co.uk. Alternatively, check out @SmartHomeWeek on Twitter, and Facebook /SmartHomeWeek.

*Smart Home Week 2018 – One Poll (2000 UK homeowners)