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  • Good afternoon ladies & gentlemen, thank you so much for joining us this afternoon.
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    • 1. Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use Frost & Sullivan April 27 th 2005 Sapan Agarwal
    • 2. Introduction Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use
      • This presentation is designed to outline a wider group of research services by Frost & Sullivan which combine research in the building automation systems (BAS) market by our dedicated Building Technologies Group
      • It covers issues and concerns pertaining to integration across market verticals, including HVAC; Fire and Life Safety; & Building Security markets
      • The purpose of today’s briefing is to respond to the great increase in interest by the BAS community and beyond, to the proven potential of integrated systems
    • 3. Our Competencies Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use Building Technologies Controls and Equipment Market Engineering Services Strategic Analysis Home Automation HVAC Controls and Equipment Lighting Controls and Equipment Fire and Life Safety Building Automation Controls Performance Contracting Integrated Facilities Management Remote Monitoring Services BAS Installation and Maintenance Energy Management Services Web Accessible Control Systems Integration of BAS with Building Security Systems Indoor Air Quality: Issues and Strategies
    • 4. Integration: System Fundamentals Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use
      • What is Integration?
        • Systems can only be considered “ Integrated ” if they were designed to seamlessly share, versus duplicate, system resources
      • Types of integration:
        • Proprietary integration
        • Front-end integration
        • Open integration
      System Fundamentals
    • 5. Interfacing: System Fundamentals Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use
      • What is Interfacing?
        • Where two previously stand-alone systems are interfaced to each other via software and two-way communications to share data and commands
      • Types of integration:
        • Custom interfaces
        • Bundled custom interfaces
        • Front-end interfaces
        • Open interfaces
      System Fundamentals
    • 6. Technological Evolution of BAS Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use Pneumatic Transmission Electric Controls Electronic Controls Mini Computers Personal Computers Direct Digital Controls BACnet/Lon Revolution Internet/Intranet Growing Convergence of BAS and IT Wireless Interfaces and Email Alarms IT Standardizing Information Presentation Models Evolution of Systems that may Integrate all Building Services on Standard IT Infrastructure Building Automation Controls
    • 7. BAS and IT Converging Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use
      • Growing need to interconnect building facilities spread over different geographical locations for remote monitoring/analysis and control
      • Use of BAS data for other organizational needs such as facility management
      • Increasing machine-to-machine communication
      Growing Convergence Information Technology Building Automation Increasing need for interconnecting facilities and accessing real-time data over the Internet Convergence of Enterprise network and the building automation network for data communication and sharing facility wide data for BAS as well as other organizational needs Building Automation Controls
    • 8. Market Revenues Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use
      • NOTE:
      • The revenue figures indicate the market size for the building level controllers and the human machine interface only
      • These figures exclude any revenues from unitary controllers and devices
      • These figures exclude any revenues for installation, training, or servicing of such equipment
      • NOTE:
      • The revenue figures indicate the market size for the unitary controllers and the applied controllers only
      • These figures exclude any revenues for installation, training, or servicing of such equipment
      Compound Annual Growth Rate (2004-2008): 5.5% Building Automation Controls Compound Annual Growth Rate (2004-2008): 6.6%
    • 9. Time to Integrate Network and Building Security Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use Building Security
      • Fastest growing markets are physical security, biometrics and radio frequency identification (RFID) in the automatic identification sector
      • Businesses must realize the importance of integrating physical and digital security in the workplace by accepting that security is a single issue – rather than breaking it down in terms of digital and physical security
      • Facilities access makes the security of IT systems vulnerable. As per industry feedback, approximately 70.0 percent of data theft from a company is physical theft
      • The need to cut costs is another driving factor for this convergence. Integration of the budgets for physical and IT security can deliver substantial efficiencies
      • The efficiencies become even more compelling when a common data repository is used for all identity related information
    • 10.
      • Digital age is ushering in a convergence of voice, data and video
      • “ How” the information is stored and retrieved is becoming more important than “Where” it is stored
      • Security providers can use this information to provide additional services:
        • Supervision
        • Email notification
        • Browser interfaces
        • Audio/video
        • Up/download common configuration databases on the network
      Moving Towards IP Centric Platform Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use Building Security
    • 11. Market Revenues Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use
      • NOTE:
      • The revenue figures indicate the market size for the perimeter security equipment and the interior security equipment only
      • These figures exclude any revenues for installation, training, or servicing of such equipment
      • NOTE:
      • The revenue figures indicate the market size for the proximity card, magnetic stripe, smart cards and other card-based access control systems markets only
      • These figures exclude any revenues from sale of any individual component in isolation such as card or reader
      • These figures exclude any revenues for installation, training, or service of such equipment
      Compound Annual Growth Rate (2004-2008): 8.1% Compound Annual Growth Rate (2004-2008): 12.7% Building Security
    • 12.
      • Fire is a regulated, code driven business. Interference of any other system with fire is being controlled by the governing agencies like NFPA to make it fail safe as versus fail secure
      • Interfacing of fire alarm systems with BAS and other building safety systems is on the rise
      • Audibility and intelligibility issues are enhancing the protection being provided by voice evacuation systems
      • Distributed intelligence with peer to peer network is being preferred as it offers better survivability for the systems
      • In a trend towards open and multiple protocols, end-users are asking for program and access codes to integrate two panels of different makes
      Fire Alarm Panels: Are We There As Yet? Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use Fire and Life Safety
    • 13.
      • Inherent barriers such as regulations, codes and mandates, and embedded industry practices inhibit the introduction of new technologies
      • Fire are passive systems with no user interaction required while security systems are highly interactive. This generates inherent conflicts in integration
      • The fire equipment manufacturers prefer a very clear demarcation between the fire and the other building systems
      • Although the fire industry is open to interface their systems at the island level yet it is not embracing the concept because flawed integration may compromise on the reliability of fire systems
      Fire Alarm Panels: Are We There As Yet? (2) Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use Fire and Life Safety
    • 14. Market Revenues Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use
      • NOTE:
      • The revenue figures indicate the market size for heat detectors, smoke detectors and flame detectors only
      • These figures exclude any revenues for installation, training, or servicing of such equipment
      • NOTE:
      • The revenue figures indicate the market size for water-based fire suppression systems, gas-based fire suppression systems and special fire suppression systems only
      • These figures exclude any revenues from manually operated systems and associated controls and detectors
      • These figures exclude any revenues for installation, training, or servicing of such equipment
      Compound Annual Growth Rate (2004-2008): 3.3% Compound Annual Growth Rate (2004-2008): 4.1% Fire and Life Safety
    • 15. Integration – Different Perspectives Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use Fire and Life Safety Industry It is a proprietary and code driven environment Building Security Industry There are no real dominant players in the market in terms of a vertically integrated total solution This industry seems to be most enthusiastic about integration The HVAC and Lighting Industry Industry Perspective End-user Perspective Indifferent End-users Lack of Knowledge and Limited Awareness About Benefits Aware but Uneducated End-users Perceptions of High Costs and Technological Complexities Aware and Educated End-users Very Specific about Security Needs, no Interference from other Building Services Integration Issues and Concerns
    • 16.
      • Accessibility to enormous information to be used in diverse applications across facilities promising growth for integration
      • Quick return on investments attributed to shared resources such as wiring, common databases etc. driving demands
      • Lack of specifications for integrated systems challenges consulting engineers to recommend integrated systems
      • Lack of standardization of data to be exchanged slowing growth of the market
      • Apprehensions of IT personnel about level of network security discouraging integration potential
      Key Trends and Challenges Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use Integration Issues and Concerns
    • 17.
      • To view the roadmap for integration that lies ahead, it must be first understood that each building control system is made of the same basic computing hardware and software operating system
      • If the systems can be driven by the IT standards, integration capabilities may be taken to the next higher level
      • However, this is not likely to happen in a big way anytime soon for the simple reason that the present world is organized in a way where different industries (HVAC, lighting, security and fire) prefer to protect their own personal spaces
      • Also, integration may not be financially viable in legacy systems and older buildings. The building owners may not even be motivated to attempt such a venture
      • As a result, for a long time the focus for integration may continue to be new construction or major retrofit projects
      Road Map – The Integration Nirvana Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use Integration Issues and Concerns
    • 18. How can Companies Grow in this Market? Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use
      • Provide complete technical solutions
      • Educate end-users on potential benefits of integration
      • Adhere to open systems and common standards for communication
      • Acquire, merge or partner with existing participants in different verticals
      • Examples:
      • Carrier Corporation, a subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation acquired Automated Logic Corporation, April, 2004
      • Schneider Electric acquired TAC in June, 2003 followed by acquisition of Andover Controls, August, 2004
      • General Electric Corporation acquired Edwards Systems Technology, November, 2004
      • Honeywell acquired Novar plc, December, 2004, Novar plc had acquired Alerton, March, 2003
      • Richards-Zeta Building Intelligence, Inc., Panduit and Cisco Systems, Inc., entered into a collaborative effort for delivering complete IP centric solutions, February, 2005
      Competitive Analysis
    • 19. Relevant Research Services Integration of Security and Fire with BAS: Putting More Information to Effective Use
      • Published Research:
        • North American Building Automation Systems Protocols Analysis (Q2, 2005)
        • Strategic Analysis: Integration of Building Security Systems with BAS
        • Strategic Analysis of the North American Web Accessible Control Systems Markets
        • North American BAS Controls Markets
        • North American Fire Alarm Equipment Markets
        • North American Fire Suppression Systems Markets
        • North American Lighting Controls Markets
      • End User Analysis
      • Custom Research
    • 20. Contact Details
      • Molly Norton
      • Account Manager
      • Environment
      • p) 210.247.2410
      • e) [email_address]
      • Sapan Agarwal
      • Program Leader
      • Building Technologies
      • e) sapan_agarwal @frost.com
      Michael Poole Account Manager Environment and BT p) 210.247.3842 e) [email_address] Tolu Babalola NA Corporate Communications p) 210-477-8427 e) [email_address]