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Smart Buildings: To Unlock the Value Opportunities, First Break Down Those Silos

Published by IDATE DigiWorld Product code 914171
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Smart Buildings: To Unlock the Value Opportunities, First Break Down Those Silos
Published: October 4, 2019 Content info: 69 Pages
Description

Summary

Following a first edition published in 2017 encompassing smart home and smart buildings, this new report focuses on smart buildings with their own market characteristics and the key factors impacting the market.

The report mainly covers four sub-segments of smart building: energy management, security, in-building connectivity and elevators.

For each of these building facilities, we provide the key stakes faced by building managers, the solutions existing today and the different types of players involved.

It also provides forecasts of connected objects comprising the smart building market.

Geographic area

World

Players

  • American Tower
  • Aptilo
  • Assa Abloy
  • AT&T
  • Avob
  • Axis Communications
  • Boingo
  • Bosch
  • Cisco
  • Cobham
  • Comfy
  • Commscope
  • Connectivity Wireless
  • Corning
  • Crown Castle
  • Current
  • DAS Group Professionals
  • Distech Controls
  • Durst
  • Energy Star
  • Ericsson
  • Everything Everywhere
  • ExteNet
  • Hikvision
  • Hilton
  • Honeywell
  • Huawei
  • HubOne
  • IBM
  • Intel
  • Interact
  • ip.access
  • JMA Wireless
  • Johnson Controls
  • KMC Controls
  • KONE
  • MulteFire
  • Nokia
  • OTIS
  • Philips
  • PTC
  • Ruckus
  • Schindler
  • Schneider Electric
  • SFR Business
  • Siemens
  • Smart Building Alliance
  • Solid
  • Sprint
  • thyssenkrupp
  • T-Mobile
  • Tyco
  • Verisure
  • Verizon
  • Zinwave
Table of Contents
Product Code: M19330MRA

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Definition and scope

  • 2.1. Global context
  • 2.2. Smart Buildings, PropTech, ConTech
  • 2.3. Scope of the present report: Smart Buildings
  • 2.4. Impact of digital technologies in the building sector
  • 2.5. Certification labels for buildings

3. Smart building-related services

  • 3.1. Energy management
    • Context, benefits
    • Smart HVAC
    • Smart lighting
    • Ecosystem
    • Trends
  • 3.2. Physical security
    • Context, benefits
    • Solutions
    • Ecosystem
    • Trends
  • 3.3. In-building connectivity
    • Context, benefits
    • Technologies : Wifi, small cells, DAS
    • Operating models
    • Ecosystem
    • Private LTE
  • 3.4. Predictive maintenance
    • Concept and benefits
    • Smart elevators

4. Market trends

  • 4.1. Synthesis
  • 4.2. 'Real' smart building
  • 4.3. Key players
  • 4.4. Drivers and barriers
  • 4.5. Market sizing

5. Annex

  • 5.1. Certification labels for buildings

List of tables and figures

  • Smart building segmentation
  • Existing certifications and their categories for buildings
  • Energy use by US commercial buildings, by type of building
  • Energy use by US commercial buildings, by major end users
  • Breakdown of energy use in buildings, and expected savings
  • Average energy savings from smart technologies
  • MindSphere - The IoT Operating System
  • Example of a specialised IoT platform for connected lighting application by InterAct
  • Benefits gained by the Philips integrated smart lighting system at The Edge building in Amsterdam
  • Smart building solution levels
  • Smart building energy key players
  • Smart energy: trends and adoption
  • Expected change in security equipment expenditure between 2017 and 2018
  • Smart building priorities for healthcare facilities
  • Potential applications using an access control system
  • Physical security key players
  • Network camera price
  • Survey of video surveillance system plans of expenditure
  • Wifi roadmap and features
  • Wifi strengths and weaknesses for building connectivity
  • Small cells strengths and weaknesses for building connectivity
  • Small cell As A Service principle
  • DAS strengths and weaknesses for building connectivity
  • Comparison of in-building connectivity solutions
  • Operating models for in-building connectivity
  • Links between operating models and in-building technologies
  • Players positioning in the connectivity market
  • Cost efficiency of CBRS network
  • Comparison of types of maintenance for commercial buildings
  • Smart building landscape
  • Market fragmentation
  • Connected HVAC in smart buildings
  • Connected cameras in smart buildings
  • Connected elevators in smart buildings
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