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Energy and Smart Building technologies 2014


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This presentation looks at the Trends for Smart Buildings including social networks and mobility. It also provides a comparison of the markets in Europe and North America.

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Energy and Smart Building technologies 2014

  1. 1. 能源和智能建筑技术的市场趋势 Energy and Smart Building Technology Market Trends Martin Li Project Manager BSRIA China April 2014
  2. 2. Trends for Smart Buildings 模块化 Modular LED 光源 社交化 Social Networks 移动化 Mobility 集成化 Integration 大数据 Big Data
  3. 3. 3 Excellence in Market Intelligence US$2 billion North American Smart Homes Market Smart Homes Home Energy Management Intelligent Residential Environmental Controls Smart Homes Market 3 96% 3% 1% 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Assisted homes Zero/low energy homes Mid-range apartments Hotels Mid-range houses Luxury apartments Other commercial buildings Luxury villas . New study published Oct. 2013 % Share of Market
  4. 4. 4 Excellence in Market Intelligence Only limited overlap of suppliers in Smart Homes market in Europe and North America The Smart Homes Market is Comparatively Regionalised Europe1 •ABB Busch Jaeger •Hager/Berker •Gira •Siemens •Schneider Electric / Merten •Jung •Niko North America2 •Savant • Leviton (incl. HAI) • 4Home (Motorola) • AMX • Elan • 2Gig (Linear) • RTI 1 Source: BSRIA Smart Homes Europe 2013 2 Source: BSRIA Smart Homes Reports 2013 April 2013: Honda USA launched Smart Home US, incl. Energy Management System and direct vehicle charging from PV power. - Already on sale in Japan. •Crestron •Control4 •Legrand (incl. Wattstopper) •Lutron Jan. 2014: Google acquires Nest Labs - new Smart Home player? New study published Oct. 2013
  5. 5. 5 Excellence in Market Intelligence BEMS Room Control Fire & Security System Integration in Residential and in Co mmercial Gas CHP Storage HEMS
  6. 6. 6 Excellence in Market Intelligence US$7.3 billion North American Commercial Building Automation and Controls Market 6 CAGR 2.8% CAGR 4% (2014-18) New study published Dec. 2013 China: 11.6% (2014-18)
  7. 7. 7 Excellence in Market Intelligence Threats and Opportunities in BACS* Market Multiple technologies and companies are expected to move into the growing BACS space 7 * Building Automation and Controls Systems ** Energy Management Systems Quarterly updating service
  8. 8. 8 Excellence in Market Intelligence 8 World BEMS* Market Quarterly updating service * Building Energy Management Systems
  9. 9. 9 Excellence in Market Intelligence Convergence of Smart Technologies: Towards The Internet of Everything 9 Data Communications Smart Devices / Appliances Smart Buildings Smart Cities Energy Smart Buildings will ideally exist within Smart Cities. “Smart devices and appliances” will communicate with each other, with buildings and with the wider city. All supported by the essential twin backbones of: -Data communications – where speed, reliability and security are key -Energy supply – needs to be reliable, economically viable, and to meet environmental objectives. New study published Jan. 2014
  10. 10. 10 Excellence in Market Intelligence The Path to a Smart Future 10 While smart technology is converging, the different levels of activity are still predominantly driven and led by a different group of organisations. Smart Commercial Buildings 1.Global building automation companies 2.Suppliers of “intelligent” HVAC 3.Energy Management Service Companies Smart Homes 1.Local & regional suppliers 2.Utility companies Smart Grid 1.Utilities 2.Energy management services 3.Building Automation Smart City 1.Local government 2.Utilities 3.Transport / Automotive Given the complexity, the process of creation and organisation is likely to be collaborative. Smart Devices 1.Device manufacturers 2.Software suppliers 3.Smart appliance manufacturers Smart Government 1.Regional and national authorities 2.Consultancies 3.Software Analytics Moving from the specific to the more general, the interpersonal and organisational aspects become more central. New study published Jan. 2014
  11. 11. 11 Excellence in Market Intelligence Timescales 11 2013 - smart technologies either established or beginning to emerge. Broadly, the more complex and ‘larger scale’ areas of smart technology are taking longer to take shape. Over time, these technologies and capabilities will become more commoditised. Smart Meters Smart Cities Smart Grid Building Automation Smart Government Smart Appliances Smart Devices A Converged Smart World New study published Jan. 2014
  12. 12. 12 Excellence in Market Intelligence Thank you! 12