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
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
Concept to harness and minimize material usage and initiatives made 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 ...
18 Dec 2019  |  North America
Focus on Smart Energy Management, Unmet Needs, and Opportunities
Consumers play a key role in driving various trends in the connected home energy industry. Their perceptions determine the success or failure of various initiatives and innovations in the market. This survey was designed to capture valuable insights regarding energy aspects and adoption trends associated with connected home solutions. The study off...
25 Nov 2019  |  Asia Pacific
Self-delivery and Technology-driven Solutions to Support Market Growth
The need to ensure regulatory compliance and the drive to extend asset life continue to support growth of the facilities management (FM) market in Australia. Stable demand from certain end-use sectors will underpin FM revenue growth. Recovery in the mining sector and sustained growth in healthcare services point to positive FM growth. However, skil...
18 Nov 2019  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Growing Indian Economy Contributing to Industrial, Retail and Social Infrastructure Growth Drives the Demand for Air Management Systems
The market for air management (cooling) systems in India is worth 30,921.5 Cr. It is driven by rising disposable incomes, increasing global temperatures and a booming economy fuelling retail and Industrial growth. Some of the challenges faced by this industry are increasing tariffs and the impenetrability of the rural market characterised by low-...
12 Nov 2019  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Delivery Models of the Future Moving away from Manpower-based Contracts to KPIs and Performance-based Contracts
With rapid advances in AI and cloud technology, the global facilities management (FM) market has transformed significantly in recent years. In order to cope with this transformation, the market is witnessing various mergers and acquisitions. The single services or services in bundles traditionally offered by FM companies have now been replaced by t...
08 Nov 2019  |  Asia Pacific
Adapting to Evolving Demands is Key to Capturing Market Presence
The Asia-Pacific facilities management (FM) market is enjoying stable growth, primarily supported by rapid FM development in developing markets and offset by low growth in mature markets. The increasing outsourcing culture and growing asset base due to construction activity and greater familiarity of information technologies across most corporation...
06 Nov 2019  |  North America
Smart-building-related Technologies will Enable the Growth of Smart Urban Infrastructure through Various Applications in the Smart Energy, Smart Infrastructure, and Smart Healthcare Segments
The smart urban infrastructure market is poised to see rapid growth rates that would have a significant impact on several technology areas and markets. The North American region serves as a bellwether of many aspects of smart cities. This research service explores the future of smart urban infrastructure in North America, with a focus on the contri...
25 Oct 2019  |  Europe
Energy-efficiency Plans at the National and European Levels, Converging Technologies, and Need for Renovation of Ageing Building Stock will Enable Stronger Market Uptake
The European building automation systems (BAS) market is poised to grow at a moderate CAGR of 2.6% from 2018 to 2025. The key factors for growth are energy-efficiency requisites aiding BAS adoption and European and national regulatory plans led by Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) and Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) to boost the en...