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

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

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

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20-Apr-2015
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: P7EB-01-00-00-00
SKU: EN00085-AP-MR_00813

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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.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Introduction

Building Management System

Smart or Intelligent Buildings Overview

Smart or Intelligent Buildings Overview—Technology Roadmap

Smart Cities Overview

Overview

Timeline

Industry Impacts

Industry Impacts (continued)

Industry Drivers

Industry Challenges

Industry Challenges (continued)

BAS Market Overview

LED Lighting Market Overview

IFM Market Overview

Mega Trends

Relevant Mega Trends for the BMS Market

Urbanization Growth Rate

Urbanization—Evolution

Urbanization—Impact on Energy

Urbanization—Areas of Implications

Technology—Big Data

Technology: Connected Living Case Study—Siemens Complete Mobility

Technology: Case Study for Connected City—Seoul’s Smart City Project

SMART is the New Green

SMART is the New Green: Case Study—Cisco Smart Work Centers

SMART is the New Green: Case Study—Amsterdam Working towards Sustainability

Innovating to Zero

Innovating to Zero: Case Study—Singapore’s Zero Energy Building (ZEB)

Implications from Mega Trends

Industry Convergence Overview

Industry Convergence With Energy and Infrastructure—Power and Water

Industry Convergence with Automation and Building Control—Smart Meter

Industry Convergence with Automation and Building Control—Smart Meter (continued)

Industry Convergence With IT—Wireless Intelligence

Industry Convergence with IT—Innovative Technologies

Implications from Industry Convergence

Technology Roadmap for Buildings

Technology Roadmap for BMS

Technology Roadmap for BMS—Integration of Systems

Technology Roadmap for BMS—IBM Smarter Building

Implications from Technology Trends

Business Models

Energy Prices

Building-related Development Policies and Reforms

Building-related Development Policies and Reforms (continued)

Building-related Development Policies and ReformsSingapore Case Study

Economic Development

Implications from Economic

Competitive Landscape

Competitive Assessment

Branding and Positioning

Branding and Positioning (continued)

Implications From Competitive Analysis and Best Practices

Country Market Opportunities

Market Potential by Building Type

Roles of Stakeholders

Stakeholders’ Roles and Importance—South Korean U-City Example

Implications From End-user Opportunities

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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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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Author Janice Wung
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