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
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...
26 Jun 2020  |  Global
Technology Integration, Evolution of Business Models and Addition of Service Lines are Expected to Drive Growth in the Market
The global integrated facility management (IFM) market has the highest rate of growth within the overall outsourced facility management (FM) industry, followed by bundled-service and single-service FM offerings. It is also going through a period of major transformation, driven by technological advancements, upcoming business models, challenging mar...
17 Jun 2020  |  Asia Pacific
Technological Advancement and a Vision for Sustainability will Drive Change in Building Construction Business Models
Asia-Pacific is expected to record substantial building construction development in the next five years despite some impact from the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. This is mainly impacted by the rapid urbanization and heavy investment in the region. The building construction industry is facing several challenges such as declined project productivity,...
18 May 2020  |  Asia Pacific
Digitalization will Bring Forth the Full Potential of People Flow Solutions in Smart Buildings and Infrastructure
People flow solutions (PFS) is a term newly introduced in the building systems industry. It generally defines the technologies or solutions applied for people flow control and management in and outside of a building. PFS has an increasingly significant role to play in conjunction with the rapid urbanization, where human and road traffic are getting...
27 Apr 2020  |  Europe
Technical Services and Integrated Contracts Will be the Main Growth Drivers
France is the third largest market for FM in Europe (after the UK and Germany) and is growing faster than the average rate of the western European market. It will present opportunities to incumbent suppliers as well as attract new entrants from outside the country. Like all markets in Europe, FM in France is going through a transformation driven by...
20 Apr 2020  |  North America
Preparing Homes and Buildings Participants for Success After a Pandemic
The homes and buildings (H&B) industry is driven by the penetration of Internet of Things (IoT) at the field level of buildings, the emerging adoption of AI-driven solutions at the management level, and cloud-based data analytics. These technologies are significantly impacting smart homes, LED lighting, building automation, and building energy mana...
11 Mar 2020  |  North America
Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven Solutions, Energy Efficiency Directives, Sustainability Targets, Construction Activities, and Stringent Building Safety Codes Drive Overall Industry Growth
The homes and buildings (H&B) industry is driven by the penetration of IoT at the field level of buildings, by the emerging adoption of artificial intelligence (AI)-driven solutions at the management level, and by cloud-based data analytics. These technologies are significantly impacting the smart homes, LED lighting, building automation, and build...
29 Jan 2020  |  Europe
Growth Opportunities are Driven by Service Integration, User Experience, Business Productivity, Technical Services, and Internationalisation
The European facility management (FM) market is worth almost a quarter of a trillion dollars today. Although overall market growth is fairly flat, it will provide exciting opportunities in specific geographies, segments, and delivery models in the period to 2025. In spite of the significant revenue opportunity for outsourced FM, services are comm...
31 Dec 2019  |  Global
Industry pushing to minimize material usage and create initiatives to preserve valuable resources
Energy use in the construction industry is high. Additionally, the heavy machinery used in construction still leans heavily on fossil fuels, and inefficient electricity use can lead to huge waste of fossil fuels further down the energy supply line. This creates the demand for sustainability drives in the building and construction industry. Sustaina...
20 Dec 2019  |  Global
A New Era of Service Integration, User Experience, Business Productivity, Smart Technology, and Internationalisation
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 ...