Building Energy Management Systems (Technical Insights)


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This research service reports on key developments in building energy management systems and technologies. It also gives an insight into technological trends, drivers and challenges and emerging application segments within this sector.

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Building Energy Management Systems (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryResearch Scope and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch MethodologyTechnology Snapshot and Key FindingsTechnology Snapshot--Building Energy Management SystemsKey FindingsBuilding Energy Management Systems (Technical Insights), Building Energy Management Systems - Technology and Applications ViewpointTechnology PrimerHeating; Ventilation and Air ConditioningLighting and Control SystemsTechnology Integration and BenefitsSecurity; Fire and Emergency SystemsInternet Protocol InfrastructureTechnology ImplementationsApplication in Commercial BuildingsBuilding Energy Management Systems (Technical Insights), Analysis of Technology/Market Adoption Factors Technology/Market Drivers; Restraints and ChallengesDriversChallengesAnalyst InsightsBuilding Construction TrendsCurrent Technology Trends and RecommendationsBuilding Energy Management Systems (Technical Insights), Assessment of Recent Developments in the Building Energy Management SectorCorporate - North AmericaEfficient Lighting Technologies for BEMSCorporate - Rest of the WorldModular Preprogrammed ControllersFlexible Energy Management through SoftwareIntegrated Building Energy Management SolutionsDistributed Lighting Control SystemsInternet-Based Building ControlsWireless Sensor Systems for BuildingsAdvanced Control Systems for Building ManagementDesign and Integration Solutions for BEMSEnergy Management and Information System for BEMSBuilding Energy Management Systems (Technical Insights), Patents and Key Industry ParticipantsRecent PatentsIssued PatentsPublished PatentsKey Industry ParticipantsNorth AmericaRest of the WorldBuilding Energy Management Systems (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDecision Support Database TablesCarbon Dioxide Emissions - North America (1999 - 2009)Total Electricity Installed Capacity - North America (1999 - 2009)Number of Commercial Buildings in North America (2002-2012)US Housing Units--Statewise (2002-2012) New Construction Value by Public and Private in the United States (2003-2013)

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