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Building Automation Evolves to Include Features such as Intelligent Controls, Fault Detection, and Remote Correction on the Cloud

Building Automation Evolves to Include Features such as Intelligent Controls, Fault Detection, and Remote Correction on the Cloud

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  • 1. 1MA2E-19 Global Building Automation Market Energy Efficiency Initiatives and Technological Advancements Drive Market Adoption Balaji Anand Sagar Research Analyst Environment & Building Technologies Frost & Sullivan
  • 2. 2MA2E-19 Management level Automation and Management Software, Computers, Printers Automation level Direct Digital Controllers (DDCs) Field level Sensors, Actuators, Valves, Switches, and Relays Market Definitions Represents the scope of this research. Total Building Automation Market: Scope of the Study, Global, 2013 Source: Frost & Sullivan
  • 3. 3MA2E-19 Market Distribution Channels Total Building Automation Market: Distribution Channel Analysis, Global, 2013 Key Takeaway: Sales via channel partners are dominant in all regions across the globe. Building Automation System Manufacturers End user Direct Sales Main Contractors Distributors System Integrators/System Houses 57.3% 42.7% Source: Frost & Sullivan
  • 4. 4MA2E-19 Germany, Turkey, and Russia will be key growth countries for BA given their high consciousness of energy efficiency, infrastructure spending, and economic stability, respectively. Energy efficiency initiatives, along with growth in the healthcare and industrial markets, will aid BA adoption in the United States. China will be a hotspot in Asia-Pacific given the expected high construction activity in this country. South Africa has numerous investments in community development and will be a key engine for revenue in this region. Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with their huge, new construction projects and high demand for climate comfort in buildings will be the hot spots of the Middle East BA market. In Latin America, Brazil will drive the BA market due to infrastructure developments and regulations towards energy efficiency. Global Hot Spots Source: Frost & Sullivan
  • 5. 5MA2E-19 Regional Differences in Utilisation of Communication Protocols Key: EMEA—Europe, Middle East, and Africa BACNet protocol dominates a large proportion of utilisation (70%) in a BAS in the Americas. BACNet and proprietary protocols still dominate the Asia-Pacific region’s BAS market. BACNet, LonWorks, and KNX share the market equally allowing proprietary protocols with 10% share in terms of utilisation in EMEA. Total Building Automation Market: Communication Protocol Preferences by Region, Global, 2013 Source: Frost & Sullivan
  • 6. 6MA2E-19 Key: M2M—Machine-to-Machine; 2010 2011 20122009 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Wireless networking technologies for BAS BAS turns into integral part of building information system Networking of BAS on cloud Open connectivity, interfacing, system Interoperability, and intelligent controls Wireless and mobile control of BAS Green data management and integration into smart grids and cities Integration of building data along with enterprise data and portfolio-wide building management M2M networking and Internet of buildings Total Building Automation Market: Technology Roadmap, Global, 2009–2020 2020 Technology Roadmap Source: Frost & Sullivan
  • 7. 7MA2E-19 0 2.5 5 7.5 10 Pricing Market Presence ICT & Engineering Capabilities Consultation Turnkey Solution Brand RecognitionProven Expertise Schedule Reliability Contractor & Customer Relationships System Interoperability Global Assessment, 2013 Competitive Factors and Assessment Source: Frost & SullivanNote: Each factor is assessed on a scale between 1 to 10. 10 being most important and 1 being least important.
  • 8. 8MA2E-19 Email: enquiries@frost.com Contact Us To Find Out More John Raspin Partner Energy & Environment Direct: +44 (0) 20 7915 7814 Email: john.raspin@frost.com

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