Global Homes and Buildings Industry Outlook, 2017

LED Lighting and Connected Homes to Witness Double-digit Growth

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The homes and buildings (H&B) industry continues to evolve, driven by transformational technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data, data analytics, and the cloud. These technologies are significantly impacting the connected homes, LED lighting, and building automation markets. Even in traditional markets such as heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC); fire and safety; and facilities management, technology is playing an increasingly important role in the delivery of products and solutions. The integration of technologies will change the market dynamics of the H&B industry by reducing the operating and infrastructure costs and improving the financial optimization of buildings. The H&B industry is expected to reach $1,150.75 billion in 2017, with market expansion driven by double-digit growth in segments such as connected homes and LED lighting.

The market trends have been analysed for the study period of 2016 to 2017, with the base year as 2016. The study deals with the H&B industry as 2 separate entities: homes—lighting, connected homes, home energy management, energy storage, and solar photovoltaic (PV); buildings—lighting, building energy management, building automation systems, HVAC, fire and safety, and low-voltage power distribution.

The study assesses and discusses the companies that performed well in 2016 and discusses the companies that are worth looking out for in 2017. Some companies considered for the study include Siemens, Honeywell, Johnson Controls, Schneider Electric, Compass, Sodexo, ABB, Legrand, OSRAM, Philips, Google, Amazon, Tesla, SolarCity, and Cisco.

Key questions this study will answer

•     What are the growth opportunities, and where do they exist for the market participants?
•     Which technologies are transforming the H&B industry?
•     What are the companies to watch out for in 2017?
•     Does the industry have any crossover opportunities?
•     What are the transformation trends of the H&B industry in 2017?

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey Predictions for 2017Disruptive Trends—2017Regional Trends—2017Key Technologies Transforming the H&B IndustryResearch ScopeH&B Industry Revenue—2016 and 2017Winners of 2016H&B 2017—Leading Companies to WatchH&B 2017—Leading Companies to Watch (continued)H&B 2017—Emerging Companies to WatchH&B 2017—Emerging Companies to Watch (continued)2017 Potential Business ModelsAssociated Research and Multimedia on Building Energy Management2017 Homes Industry Outlook2017 Homes Industry Predictions2017 Market Snapshot—Residential LED LightingKey Market Developments—Connected Homes2017 Market Snapshot—Connected HomesWinning Solutions and Applications in Connected HomesConnected Cars and Connected Homes—Crossover OpportunitiesHome Energy Management—Smart ThermostatsHome Energy Management—Smart Thermostats (continued)2017 Market Snapshot—Residential Energy Storage and Solar PVMovers and Shakers in the Homes Industry2017 Buildings Industry Outlook2017 Buildings Industry Predictions2017 Market Snapshot—C&I LED Lighting2017 Market Snapshot—Lighting Control and Lighting Management Systems2017 Market Snapshot—HVAC Equipment2017 Market Snapshot—FM 2017 Market Snapshot—Fire and Safety2017 Market Snapshot—BEMSBEMS Market—Transformational Trends in 2017 BEMS Market—Long-term Visionary Trends Movers and Shakers of the Buildings Industry Regional OutlookLED Lighting Revenue Forecast by Region FM Revenue Forecast by Region Global Connected Homes Penetration by Region Growth Opportunities and Companies to ActionGrowth Opportunity 1—IoT-enabled ProductsGrowth Opportunity 2—Data Analytics and CloudGrowth Opportunity 3—Secured Open-source PlatformGrowth Opportunity 4—Product IntegrationGrowth Opportunity 5—Customer-centric ApproachStrategic Imperatives for Success and Growth Key ConclusionsKey ConclusionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms Used




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