Digital Transformation of the Australian Built Environment, Forecast to 2024

Emergence of Cloud, IoT, and Analytics Creates New Challengers in the Building Management System Market

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While the Australian market for digital built environment solutions is growing rapidly, it is still under-penetrated, particularly in the residential sector. Solutions that improve the energy efficiency of built environments have found the highest acceptance among asset owners due to their ability to demonstrate a clear return on investment (RoI). Asset monitoring solutions that can extend the life of assets and reduce maintenance costs by employing predictive analytics are expected to grow rapidly. While the market is still dominated by on-premise, stand-alone systems, built environment solutions are increasingly moving to the cloud and solution providers? are adopting a platform approach. Enabling users to ma

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Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryScope and DefinitionsResearch Scope and DefinitionsMarket DefinitionsMarket Definitions (continued)Introduction to the Smart Built Environment When the Smartest in the Room..is the Room ItselfSmart Digital Urban Infrastructure Solutions—OutcomesWhat is the Aim of Making a Built Environment Smart?What is a Smart Built Environment?Evolution to Smart Built EnvironmentTechnology Convergence Enabling the Digital Transformation of Urban Built EnvironmentsRoadmap for Smart BuildingsMega Trends and Industry Convergence ImplicationsMega Trend Impact on the Built EnvironmentMega Trend Impact on the Built Environment (continued)Australian Built Environment TrendsHighly Urbanised PopulationInternet PenetrationRegained Momentum in Non-Residential ConstructionProperty TrendsEnergy Efficiency Increased Crime Rates and Terrorist Threats Digital Solution Adoption in Australian Urban Built EnvironmentLarge Urban-centred Services SectorThe Change in the Australian Workforce and WorkspaceTechnologiesTechnology Ecosystem of Smart Urban Built EnvironmentsThe Internet of Things—Smart Sensors IoT Networks—Communication ProtocolBandwidth vs Range of Communication ProtocolIoT and a New Era of ChallengesSecurity—Preventing Data BreachAnalyticsDimensions of Big Data and its Value Addition for Building ManagementTechnology Trends—Big Data Analytics (BDA)Cloud Technology Components and BenefitsCloud Computing TrendsDrivers and RestraintsImpact of Key Market DriversMarket Drivers—Rising Energy CostMarket Drivers—Prioritising Environmental Impact MinimisationMarket Drivers—Maturing TechnologiesMarket Drivers—Increased User ExpectationsMarket Drivers—Government InitiativesImpact of Key Market RestraintsMarket Restraints—Measuring Return on Investment and User Ability to Maximise BenefitsMarket Restraints—Security Concerns and Interoperability IssuesMarket Size, Growth, and SegmentationMarket Size and GrowthForecast DiscussionExpenditure on Digital Solutions in BuildingsSmart Buildings—Why and How it WorksSmart Buildings—Why and How it Works (continued)Building Management System Market by Commercial, Institutional and ResidentialEnd Market Analysis—Commercial BuildingsEnd Market Analysis—Institutional BuildingsEnd Market Analysis—Residential BuildingsCompetitive AnalysisIndustry Competitive StructureCompetitive Structure (continued)Buildings AliveHux ConnectBuildingIQQuantify Technology (QT)Data 61 CSIROCase Studies and ImplementationsNewcastle Smart City StrategyStucco Cooperative LivingBarangaroo TowersVirtual Building Management Dashboards—Barangaroo TowersSydney Smart City StrategySouth Australian Health and Medical Research Institute The Shift towards X-as-a-Service Business Model:Vivid TechnologySmart Lighting from Honeywell and Vivid TechnologyGrowth OpportunitiesGrowth Opportunities—‘Retrofittable’, Scalable, Open SolutionsGrowth Opportunities—Asset Monitoring and Energy EfficiencyGrowth Opportunities—Training and AIFuturistic Business Models in Buildings IndustryStrategic Imperatives for Success and Growth ConclusionsConclusionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixList of ExhibitsList of Exhibits (continued)The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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