Asia-Pacific Buildings Industry Outlook in 2015

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In 2014, top headlines in the Asia-Pacific buildings industry were focused on several themes such as partnerships with governments, convergence with ICT, building materials innovation, businesses re-structuring, and improvement on building energy efficiency. In 2015, the development of new smart cities will drive the overall building construction market in Asia-Pacific. The residential segment will grow the most at more than 10% and Southeast Asia will enjoy the best growth rate at 18.5%. Despite the oil price drop, there will be continued investments in energy-saving equipment such as lighting, HVAC, and energy storage systems, because it is unlikely that electricity tariffs will be reduced.

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Asia-Pacific Buildings Industry Outlook in 2015Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)IntroductionDefinitions2014—The Unfolding Events and Their Impact2014 at A GlanceIndustry EvolutionConvergence Within the IndustryConvergence with Other IndustriesConvergence with Other Industries (continued)Convergence with Other Industries (continued)Headlines in Buildings IndustryHeadlines in Buildings Industry (continued)New Innovations, Technologies, and InitiativesIndustry Best Practices—Singapore ContextIndustry Best Practices—Singapore Context (continued)Industry Trends—LightingIndustry Best Practices—Singapore Context (continued)Industry Trends—Lighting (continued)Industry Trends—Buildings ManagementIndustry Trends—Buildings Management (continued)Implications to the Buildings Industry in 2015Implications to the Buildings Industry in 2015 (continued)The 2015 OracleFocus Areas in 2015APAC Building Construction OutlookFrontier Markets—Focus on IndonesiaFrontier Markets—Focus on Indonesia (continued)Frontier Markets—Focus on VietnamFrontier Markets—Focus on Vietnam (continued)Frontier Markets—Focus on MyanmarFrontier Markets—Focus on Myanmar (continued)Relations of Urbanization and Building ConstructionDevelopment of Smart Grids in CitiesLED Lighting Market Outlook—GlobalLED Lighting Market Outlook—Asia-PacificLED Lighting Market Outlook—ChinaLED Lighting Market Outlook—China (continued)LED Lighting Market Outlook—IndiaLED Lighting Market Outlook—India (continued)Buildings Energy Efficiency Markets Outlook—Asia-PacificBuildings Energy Efficiency Markets Outlook—Asia-Pacific (continued)Buildings Energy Efficiency Markets Outlook—Building Automation SystemBuildings Energy Efficiency Markets Outlook—Integrated Facilities ManagementBuildings Energy Efficiency Markets Outlook—Integrated Facilities Management (continued)Buildings Energy Efficiency Markets Outlook—Integrated Facilities Management (continued)Buildings Energy Efficiency Markets Outlook—HVAC EquipmentImplications to the Buildings Industry in 2015Implications to the Buildings Industry in 2015 (continued)Impact of Oil Prices on Buildings Industry in 2015Global Trends of Crude Oil PricesImpact Areas on Buildings IndustryImpact Areas on Buildings Industry (continued)Implications to the Buildings Industry in 2015Importation of Best PracticesFrost & Sullivan Awards 2014 for the Buildings IndustryAnalyst Quotes on Selected Industry ParticipantsAnalyst Quotes on Selected Industry Participants (continued)Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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