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|Posted on February 23, 2018 at 9:30 PM|
According to a new market research report "Global Building Automation & Controls Market (2013 - 2018): By Product (Lighting, Security & Access, HVAC, Entertainment, Outdoor, Elevator Controls, Building Management Systems (BMS)), Application & Geography (Americas, Europe, APAC, and ROW)" published by MarketsandMarkets (http://www.marketsandmarkets.com), the total building automation and controls market is expected to reach $49.5 billion by 2018 growing at a CAGR of 11.2% from 2013 to 2018.
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The concept of building automation has been in existence for a long time and has witnessed profound growth in the last five years. Energy efficiency is the most important factor in almost all the building programs, hence the demand for energy-efficient solutions, enhanced security, increasing venture capital funding, and more convenience have spurred the market for building automation and control market. The growing awareness of wireless technologies and the developments towards the integration of wired and wireless will propel the market in the future. Commercial application remains the major application market, however high growth is expected in stadiums market due to the events such as 2012 London Olympics, the FIFA World Cup to be held in Brazil in the year 2014, Winter Olympics, the Universiade Student Games and the 2018 World Cup in Russia. It is observed that HVAC, security and access controls accounted for the major market share in 2012. for Major companies in building automation and controls market include Honeywell (U.S.), Siemens Building Technologies (Switzerland), ABB (Switzerland), Schneider Electric (France), Johnson Controls (U.S.), Ingersoll Rand (Ireland) and others.
The report's detailed segmentation by products, by applications, and by geography covers all the major controls and technologies used in for building automation. The major control products that have been extensively covered in the report and Lighting, security & access, HVAC, entertainment, elevator and outdoor controls in addition to building management systems (BMS).
The application segmentation of the market covers all the different type of buildings like commercial, institutional, residential and others. These broad application sectors have been further segmented by the type of buildings. For instance, the commercial application has been further segmented by offices, lodging, retail, healthcare and warehouses (non-manufacturing).
One of the objectives of the research study was to analyze the market trends for each of the product type. The growth rates of all the various controls and their comparison with other controls. Report also covers the various protocols & standards used, both wired and wireless, Porter's five force analysis, value chain with detailed process flow diagram, and market dynamics such as drivers, restraints, and opportunities for the overall building automation market as well as for the major control products.
Automation and control vendors
Automation and control networking technologies vendors
Real estate builders
Separate designers/consultants (HVAC, Security, Fire & Safety, etc.)
Components manufacturers (sensors, controls, etc.)
Building Management Systems (product & servers providers)
Associations & Standards
Government bodies involved in Green Buildings
|Posted on May 5, 2017 at 11:45 PM|
Smart cities guide for sharing data and information launched
May 02, 2017 by John Hatcher
BSI has launched a new guide on establishing a framework for sharing data and information services in cities.
PAS 183:2017 Smart Cities – guide to establishing a decision-making framework for sharing data and information services – was developed at the request of the Cities Standards Institute in part to support a transparent approach to making decisions. The Cities Standard Institute is a collaboration between BSI and the Future Cities Catapult to create a standards-based community of good practice for cities and the companies they work with.
Creating specific data-sharing agreements can help decision-makers fully realize the benefits and value of data and information services in a city. Currently, data is mostly used for a specific purpose by cities, often related to a public task, with the value of data sharing yet to be fully explored and realized by cities. Data is not yet widely viewed as an essential asset which can be used to transform a city. There is also untapped potential for data to provide the basis for new commercial models in smart cities.
An effective decision-making framework for sharing data can help ensure that city decision-makers – in the public, private and third sectors – have the best overall data to shape their decision making. The consequences for missing data or the misinterpretation of data can lead to wrong actions – sometimes with debilitating consequences for an organization or the wider public.
PAS 183 defines the data framework for sharing city data to enable discussions between the specialists who build and design the physical and digital services and the decisions-makers using data to transform their city.
The guide covers types of data in smart cities; establishing a data sharing culture; a data value chain, and its roles and responsibilities; purposes for data use; assessing data states; defining access rights for data; and data formats of transportation.
Full data interoperability requires a data framework to be created across the entire spectrum of data for a city: open, closed and shared data. For some cities, there will also be a need to establish specific data sharing agreements, particularly where data is being shared by multiple organizations simultaneously.
Dan Palmer, head of manufacturing at BSI, said: “PAS 183 was created to make the process of sharing different sets of data as easy as possible, and set out guidelines for appropriate use of data.
“This PAS provides clarity around what types of data can be published as open data, what can be shared and what should be kept private. The sharing of as wide a range of data as possible is essential in order for both city authorities and citizens to make informed decisions about the options open to them.”
|Posted on October 22, 2016 at 11:45 PM|
Article written by Achrnews.com
Vendors are introducing new versions of their core offerings as well as complementary solutions
The commercial building automation system (BAS) market is at a crossroads, notes Navigant Research. Large technology companies are benefitting from the moderate but consistent growth of a mature market, while technology innovation, new business models, and emerging competitors disrupt the market.