Remote Services for Building Automation—Operating Platforms and Business Models

Interoperable Platforms and New Business Models Increase Adoption of Remote Building Automation Services

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Connectivity, convergence, and interoperability are driving the next generation of building automation systems (BAS). Enabled by cloud-hosted solutions and new business models, the next wave of growth in the BAS industry will come from remote monitoring value propositions where customers can benefit from enhanced data analytics, better functionality, increased user-friendliness, and lower overall costs. This Market Insight explores the activities of the main suppliers to this industry, and analyses the main trends and opportunities arising from the deployment of new technologies and business models.

Table of Contents

Remote Services for Building Automation—Operating Platforms and Business ModelsExecutive SummaryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveThree Big PredictionsAssociated Research and Multimedia on Building Energy ManagementOperating Platforms for Building Automation BAS Operating Platforms by a Selection of Key ParticipantsBAS Operating Platforms by a Selection of Key Participants (continued)Building Automation Platforms’ Technology RoadmapBuilding Automation Platforms’ Technology Roadmap—DiscussionRemote Services for Building AutomationKey Remote Services Offered by Building Automation CompaniesKey Remote Services Offered by Building Automation Companies—DiscussionKey Remote Services offered by Building Automation Companies—Discussion (continued)Key Drivers Summary Key Market DriversDrivers ExplainedKey Restraints SummaryImpact of Key Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedBusiness Models for Remote Servicesin Building AutomationBusiness ModelsBusiness Models—DiscussionGrowth Opportunities—Regions and End-user ApplicationsGlobal Hotspots for Remote BA ServicesTotal Addressable Market (TAM) for Remote ServicesImplications for Remote Service ProvidersLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue PropositionGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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