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
03 Jul 2018  |  Asia Pacific
Cost Efficiency, Standardization, Long-term Partnerships and Technology Adoption are Key Trends
The Asia-Pacific integrated facilities management (IFM) market is witnessing stable growth, primarily supported by rapid growth and development of facilities management (FM) in developing markets, but offset by lower growth in mature markets. High construction activity and booming end-user sectors, coupled with the growing outsourcing culture and a...
28 Jun 2018  |  North America
HVAC and Lighting Will Be the Primary Pillars of the Market by 2024
The North American energy saving and performance contracting market is currently in the growth stage and is expected to witness healthy growth between 2017 and 2024. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.34% between 2017 and 2024. A high rate of growth is due to the government support and policy initiatives toward energy performance contrac...
18 Jun 2018  |  Asia Pacific
Technological Adoption, Reliability, and Effectiveness of Service Solutions are Key Differentiators
The facilities management (FM) competitive landscape in Australia is mature yet highly competitive. The high outsourcing rate and mature end-user sectors continue to position the Australian market attractively to service providers. The domestic market is led by several established service providers, most of which observed strong performances during...
07 Jun 2018  |  Asia Pacific
ASEAN-6 and Australia Facilities Management Quarterly Trends—Top Trends and Recommendations, Q1 2018
Data Analytics Services and Energy Management on the Rise
Facilities Management (FM) can be defined as the services associated with running or maintaining a facility, such as janitorial, engineering, security, environmental, landscaping, and other related services. The Asia-Pacific (APAC) region is a mix of mature and developing markets for FM, with the developing nations recording higher growth rates in ...
19 Apr 2018  |  Europe
Partnerships with Energy Utilities will Drive the Next Wave of Growth
Smart thermostats are a key component of the fast-growing connected homes ecosystem. In the next 5 years, the broadening range of products on offer will attract customers wanting comfort, convenience, and energy savings offered with home automation. The improving quality of Wi-Fi in homes will boost the smart thermostat market; it will also benefit...
11 Apr 2018  |  Global
Virtual Voice Assistants, Artificial Intelligence, and Blockchain will Take the Industry to the Next Phase of Evolution
The homes and buildings (H&B) industry continue to evolve, driven by transformational technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT), data analytics, and the cloud. These technologies are significantly impacting the connected homes, LED lighting, building energy management markets. Even in traditional markets such as heating, ventilation, and air co...
10 Apr 2018  |  Global
Growing Distributed Energy Resources, Rapid Urbanisation and Commercial Expansion will Drive the Demand
Switchgear is an integral part of the electrical power value chain. Increase in power demand and replacement of aged equipment in the Transmission and Distribution (T&D) grid infrastructure is driving the demand for switchgears globally. Need for continuous, uninterrupted power supply and to protect the electrical equipment from fault currents, swi...
20 Mar 2018  |  Asia Pacific
Emergence of Cloud, IoT, and Analytics Creates New Challengers in the Building Management System Market
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). ...
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30 Jan 2018  |  Global
Smart Metering-as-a-Service Will Create a New Revenue Stream for Manufacturers in the Regulated Smart Gas Meter Market
This global smart gas meter market research service is an update on the 2016 study and will provide insights on the latest developments within the market, including forecasts on unit shipment and associated revenue for all the major regions. The forecast period is from 2016 to 2026, providing a comprehensive view about the timeline for crucial smar...
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23 Jan 2018  |  Europe
Collaboration amongst OEMs, Distributed Energy Providers, and Governments is Critical for Implementing the DC Infrastructure
With the rising penetration of energy-consuming native direct current (DC) loads in commercial and residential applications, and the increasing focus on the adoption of energy-efficient systems to fulfil ambitious national goals, the debate over the relative merits of AC- versus DC- based systems has intensified. Whilst the DC power distribution ma...
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