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Smart Home Tech Enters The Privacy Of The Bathroom, Redefining The Experience

Parks Associates, a research and analytics group focused on IoT and smart homes, shares that consumer demand for this type of product exists. The group’s research shows that one-third of consumers now look for providers who will enable them to share data from a connected health device or app. 

From the article "Smart Home Tech Enters The Privacy Of The Bathroom, Redefining The Experience" by Jennifer Castenson. 

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