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05 Sep 2014  |  Global
Convergence of Building Technologies and the ICT Industry Drives More Investments through Partnerships
As the smart buildings industry continues to gather pace, cloud-based solutions will be widely adopted in the market as decision makers are aware of the huge business value that can be generated by leveraging Big Data and data analytics applications. Increasing urbanization, connectivity and convergence of smart technologies, and communication betw...
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28 Aug 2014  |  Europe
Technological Advancements and Compliance with EU Directives Drive Double-Digit Growth
Driven by technological advancements, cost reductions, and stringent EU regulations for improving energy efficiency in buildings, the HEMS and BEMS markets are collectively expected to cross $2 billion in revenue by 2018. Growing demand for an integrated solution for communication between sub systems or machine-to-machine interaction has made the m...
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27 Aug 2014  |  Global
Innovative and Nimble Firms Increasingly Driving the Pace of Change in the Global Energy Management Industry
Emerging participants that are both nimble and innovative will increasingly drive the pace of technology change in the BEM industry. Their partnerships with utilities, FM companies, and EM consultancies will aid expansion across geographies. Demand response and supply chain management solutions along with BEM solutions on the cloud will enable dyna...
26 Aug 2014  |  Global
Technology Development Will Drive a Multibillion-dollar Revenue Increase Through 2020
This research service analyzes the global industrial waste management services market for the period 2010 to 2020. It provides a detailed breakdown of collection and sorting, landfilling, recycling, incineration, and biological treatment. Research covers waste from energy, chemical, agriculture and forestry, metallurgy and other origins. It also de...
22 Aug 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Buildings Hold the Key Answers to Combat Climate Change
This research service discusses the role of the buildings industry in fighting climate change in Asia-Pacific. Climate change is believed to cause the severe weather occurrences that cause disruptions and losses to socio-economic activities. Affected industries include the buildings industry. Buildings consume a considerable amount of electricity t...
11 Aug 2014  |  Europe
Continuous Trend Towards FM Outsourcing and Service Integration Drives Further Revenue Growth
Integrated facility management (IFM) continues to represent the fastest growing segment of the European facility management (FM) industry. Driven by cost savings, single contact solutions, sustainability and energy management, service quality and total building lifecycle costs, this will remain the case for the foreseeable future with significant ...
01 Aug 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Green Buildings Must Shift Focus from Quantity to Quality
This document focus on the sustainability issues in the green buildings market in Asia-Pacific. Green buildings must be environmentally sustainable and remain green in their entire lifecycle. The key issue beyond the creation of a green building is the sustainability of the green status and functionality of the green aspects in that building. In or...
22 Jul 2014  |  Global
The Convergence of Technology and Competition Will Drive Next-generation Solutions
With high energy prices and an increasing focus on sustainability, the building energy management (BEM) industry is increasingly deploying innovative and intelligent technology to optimise energy usage and enhance the efficiency of buildings and companies. This market insight explores the transformation of the BEM industry in the context of the 5 ...
17 Jul 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Further Reforms May Remain Unclear as Multiple Advancements in the Water Industry Continue
This research service focuses on the growth and improvement potentials of the Australian water industry and water utilities. This water industry is highly fragmented, with several small and medium-sized participants. Furthermore, the water industry is different by state/territory. Australias urban water sectors administrative arrangements vary by...
30 Jun 2014  |  Global
Technologies enabling efficient reuse of produced water
This research service report presents an analysis of the current capability and expected future trends for produced water treatment technologies. Presently produced water is treated mainly to meet disposal standards. Current practices also include reinjection into deep wells. Conventional treatment methods such as distillation, membrane filtration...