As the Covid-19 pandemic ravages on, keeping away from one another has become the new way to live. Digital tools have been crucial in keeping tabs with loved ones. If anything, the viral outbreak has accelerated the trend of digital connectivity — forcing businesses and consumers to shift physical activities to digital platforms. More than ever, smart-living solutions are helping residents meld their online and offline lives into one.
In Singapore’s competitive private housing market, developers have been riding on the smart-home wave to differentiate their properties. More than 90% of new projects launched in 2019 have incorporated some form of smart-home tech, according to JLL Research. Developers have recognised the need to stay in tune with demands of the market, which are partly fuelled by younger home buyers who are increasingly interested in home automation.
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