Google assistant picks up impetus in smart home race as this artificial intelligence software embedded into Android handsets and the Google Home smart speaker system, can now manage more than 5000 smart devices. It has increased from 1500 products in January. And the inventory of reinforced products involves everything from cameras and security systems to doorbells, locks and lights, to dryers, dishwashers and refrigerators.
Google’s smart home stage has increased phenomenally since its emancipation in the fall of 2016. It can transform a normal living room into an entertainment venue with the handset appointed as the key control panel for gizmos and gadgets throughout the house.
Google now braces devices from every key electronics product brand, and the inventory remains upgraded. Google lately declared that it would provide assistance for IKEA lights and Deutsche Telekom’s Magenta hub of products.
Proposals for this month involve Google Assistant incorporation with DISH’s Hopper family of set-top boxes; security alarm devices from ADT, First Alert and Vivint Smart Home; smart door locks from August and Schlage; and home security cameras from Panasonic.
Many of the products will be joining the succession including Hunter Douglas window treatments, Hisense’s line of H9E Plus TVs, and LG appliances. Google and Amazon share a robust lead in the smart home space. Amazon prematurely this year overstated Alexa voice assistant integration with around 4,000 devices. Both the companies beat their rivals such as Apple’s HomeKit and Samsung’s SmartThings hollow.