Cities Turn Ubiquitous—The Internet of Buildings in Asia-Pacific

Internet-of-Things Drives the Buildings Industry With Inter-industry Participation


Abstract: Rapidly-evolving building technologies, together with key market participants pushing for technological advancement in order to gain a competitive advantage are the driving forces for Internet of Buildings (IoB). The growing emphasis on energy efficiency of buildings and strong regulatory support aim to achieve a completely integrated and automated building. The development of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) will complement the development of building-technology markets such as building automation, lighting, and integrated facilities management. This study covers Mega Trends, industry convergence, technology trends, reforms of business models and policies, competitive and best practices, and end-user opportunities.
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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)IntroductionIntroductionBuilding Management SystemSmart or Intelligent Buildings OverviewSmart or Intelligent Buildings Overview—Technology RoadmapSmart Cities OverviewOverview of Internet of BuildingsOverviewTimelineIndustry ImpactsIndustry Impacts (continued)Industry DriversIndustry ChallengesIndustry Challenges (continued)BAS Market OverviewLED Lighting Market OverviewIFM Market OverviewMega TrendsMega TrendsRelevant Mega Trends for the BMS MarketUrbanization Growth RateUrbanization—EvolutionUrbanization—Impact on EnergyUrbanization—Areas of ImplicationsTechnology—Big DataTechnology: Connected Living Case Study—Siemens Complete MobilityTechnology: Case Study for Connected City—Seoul’s Smart City ProjectSMART is the New GreenSMART is the New Green: Case Study—Cisco Smart Work CentersSMART is the New Green: Case Study—Amsterdam Working towards SustainabilityInnovating to ZeroInnovating to Zero: Case Study—Singapore’s Zero Energy Building (ZEB)Implications from Mega TrendsIndustry ConvergenceIndustry Convergence OverviewIndustry Convergence With Energy and Infrastructure—Power and WaterIndustry Convergence with Automation and Building Control—Smart MeterIndustry Convergence with Automation and Building Control—Smart Meter (continued)Industry Convergence With IT—Wireless IntelligenceIndustry Convergence with IT—Innovative TechnologiesImplications from Industry ConvergenceTechnology TrendsTechnology Roadmap for BuildingsTechnology Roadmap for BMS Technology Roadmap for BMS—Integration of SystemsTechnology Roadmap for BMS—IBM Smarter BuildingImplications from Technology TrendsReforms of Business Models and PoliciesBusiness ModelsEnergy PricesBuilding-related Development Policies and ReformsBuilding-related Development Policies and Reforms (continued)Building-related Development Policies and ReformsSingapore Case StudyEconomic DevelopmentImplications from EconomicCompetitive and Best PracticesCompetitive LandscapeCompetitive AssessmentBranding and PositioningBranding and Positioning (continued)Implications From Competitive Analysis and Best PracticesEnd-user OpportunitiesCountry Market OpportunitiesMarket Potential by Building TypeRoles of StakeholdersStakeholders’ Roles and Importance—South Korean U-City Example Implications From End-user OpportunitiesLegal 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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