Homes and Buildings
Homes and Buildings is one of the dynamic program areas of Frost and Sullivan's Energy and Environment business unit. Over past few years Homes and Buildings industry has seen rapid changes due to the Mega Trends across the industry, creating disruptions in the existing opportunities and at the same time creating new ones. High-level penetration of transformation technologies, such as IoT, Big Data and Analytics and Cloud Networking, in the Homes and Buildings industry will change the market dynamics of the industry as it reduces the operating and infrastructure cost and improves financial optimization of buildings. Homes and Buildings' research team constantly track those transformational technologies as it drives business transformation and enable clients to improve business value. Our research team provides global industry analysis, custom consulting, growth consulting (strategy consulting), market research, market forecasts, and insights into emerging technologies. Homes and Buildings program area covers:
- Home Energy Management Systems
- Building Energy Management Systems
- Home Automation Systems
- Building Automation Systems
- Lighting (LED lighting, lighting Controls and lighting management systems, emergency lighting, and light as a service)
- Connected Homes
- Low-Voltage Power Distribution (Low-voltage switchgear and DC power distribution)
- Fire & Safety
- Electronic Security Systems (Video surveillance, Access controls, Intruder alarms)
- Facility Management Systems
- Building Management Systems
- Smart Buildings
23 Nov 2020  |  Asia Pacific
Southeast Asia Smart Street Lighting Market Calls for Convergence of Illumination and Information Technologies, 2020
Data Monetization in the Street Lighting Market Propel Collaboration Among Strategic Industry Participants
Upgrading public street lights to LED lights have resulted in energy savings. However, connected or smart street lights can achieve better energy efficiency and promote other applications, such as security, Wi-Fi, and data. Networked, adaptive street lighting solutions have emerged as a leading smart city application. Although replacing existing st...
19 Nov 2020  |  Global
Digital Transformation and the Internet of Things Propel the Global Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Equipment Market, 2020
Strategies Centered on Solution-based HVAC Offerings and Clean Air for the Built Environment Create New Growth Opportunities
Frost & Sullivan estimated HVAC equipment market revenue at $102.5 billion in 2019. Revenue is expected to grow at a nominal rate through 2026 to reach $140.6 billion. Demand for HVAC products because of climate change and the need for clean air in buildings is fueling market growth. Environmentally friendly, energy-efficient systems that save mone...
08 Sep 2020  |  Asia Pacific
A Benchmarking System to Spark Companies to Action - Innovation that Fuels New Deal Flow and Growth Pipelines
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the built environment has reached a point inflection concerning health and safety improvements. Building occupants are increasingly cautious about their physical surroundings, including population density, air quality, and cleanliness. Facility management (FM) companies in Asia-Pacific (APAC) that provide traditi...
08 Sep 2020  |  North America
A Benchmarking System to Spark Companies to Action—Innovation that Fuels New Deal Flow and Growth Pipelines
Smart thermostats have changed the way home appliances are controlled for better living conditions. They learn about the heating and cooling preferences in a household and adjust settings automatically, and allow for access of real-time and historical data to optimize performance when a space is unoccupied. The global smart thermostat market is o...
07 Sep 2020  |  North America
A Benchmarking System to Spark Companies to Action-Innovation That Fuels New Deal Flow and Growth Pipelines
The Internet of Things has allowed numerous devices and systems to connect and communicate, generating a wealth of data that can be captured and converted to actionable insights through high-performance control and automation interfaces. In the building automation space, digitalization allows building managers to optimize energy use and save money ...
04 Sep 2020  |  North America
Sustainable Lighting That Facilitates Better Living Conditions Will Grow Significantly
LED lighting has grown from strength to strength over the last decade driven by energy efficiency regulations, widespread manufacturing and reduced prices of LED light sources. Approximately 15% of building energy is utilized for lighting and the usage of LED's have resulted in significant energy savings to buildings across the globe. Lighting is m...
01 Sep 2020  |  Asia Pacific
Wider FM Requirements and Increasing Costs to Increase Average FM Pricing
This study provides an update about the facility management (FM) market in Singapore. The cost of FM services in Singapore has increased from 2017 to 2019. Although this increase has been minimal without much impact, it has driven innovation and strategy planning to improve cost efficiency, service delivery, and quality of services. Cost is one of...
15 Jul 2020  |  Asia Pacific
Identifying Strategies to Cope with the Transforming Competitive Market and Global Situation
The future of facilities management (FM) will require stringent monitoring of visitors, workspace management, consistent cleanliness and hygiene, and holistic security to manage any future threats similar to COVID-19. This study focuses on presenting the competitiveness of FM providers through a selection of strategic criteria that respond to under...
03 Jul 2020  |  Global
Preparing Facility Management Participants for Success After a Pandemic
The global Facility Management (FM) market is going through a major transformation driven by technology innovation, new business models, emerging value propositions, competitive disruption, and creative new service offerings. In many parts of the world, FM services are commoditising and there is a need for innovation and new value propositions if s...
30 Jun 2020  |  North America
Smart and Cognitive Building Solutions to Embrace IoT Integration, Propelled the Transformation from Traditional to Advanced Systems, Unleashing Higher Productivity and Actionable Insights, Increasing Energy Efficiency, and Enabling New Business Models
The world building automation systems (BAS) market is poised to grow at a moderate CAGR of 3.4% for the period 2019–2026. The key factors for growth are energy efficiency requisites, energy conservation and favourable government initiatives, rising energy prices, and strict building codes, aiding BAS systems adoption. Regulatory drivers will have...