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19 Nov 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Mass Adoption by Utilities Nearing the Tipping Point, But Significant Challenges Ahead
This study looks at the current state of play in the Australian Smart Water Systems market. It looks at the overall size and growth rates of the market and discusses key drivers and restraints impacting the development of the market. Additionally, it analyses the competitive structure of the market and discusses the overall trends that are shaping ...
12 Nov 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Strong Construction Activity and a Healthy Outsourcing Trend to Boost Market Development
This research service aims to identify the trends and unique idiosyncrasies of the Greater Sydney facilities management (FM) market, which is the largest and the most dynamic FM market in Australia. It looks at the overall size and growth rates of the market and discusses key drivers and restraints. In addition, the study provides segmentation brea...
30 Sep 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Growing Energy Efficiency Awareness and Environmental Concerns will Drive Change in Building Industry Practices
The building industry will undergo substantial changes in both technology and processes in the coming years. Increasing awareness for energy conservation and the necessity to protect the environment will bring about a paradigm shift in building industry practices. This shift will be focused on reducing wastage, saving time and money, and reducing e...
21 Aug 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Industry Challenges and Current Structure Present Opportunities for Consolidation
This research service provides an insight into the remediation services market in Australia. It looks at the overall size and growth rates of the market and discusses key drivers and restraints. In addition, it provides segmentation breakdowns by soil and groundwater remediation and by end-user verticals, which include property development, public ...
29 Jul 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Productivity Gains, Improved Risk Management, and Facilitation of Workplace Environment Drive Demand
This research service provides market size and growth forecasts for FM software in Australia, along with segmentation by end-user sector (commercial office, government, education, healthcare, and others), types of solution (FM solutions, occupancy/space management solutions, collaboration solutions, niche point solutions, and resource planning solu...
14 Jul 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Growing Need for Energy Conservation Drives the Growth of BMS
The building construction industry in Southeast Asia is witnessing significant growth owing to fast-growing economies such as Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam. More cities are increasingly developing with a smart city vision in mind. As a result, there will be growth in the demand for smart buildings. With several smart cities being develope...
14 Jul 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Need for Non-Revenue Water Reduction Remains the Key Driver for Smart Meter Adoption in Developing Countries
The major threats for the water industry in Asia-Pacific (APAC) that may necessitate significant adoption of smart grid solutions are water scarcity, aging infrastructure, population growth and urbanization, and climate change. The developing economies in APAC including India, China, and Indonesia are suffering from a vicious cycle of non-revenue w...
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16 Feb 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Industry to Thrive on Carbon Footprint Reduction Goals with Minimum Impact from Plummeting Oil Price
In 2014, top headlines in the Asia-Pacific buildings industry were focused on several themes such as partnerships with governments, convergence with ICT, building materials innovation, businesses re-structuring, and improvement on building energy efficiency. In 2015, the development of new smart cities will drive the overall building construction m...
20 Jan 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Challenging Period for Water Business—Analysing Factors with Major Industry Impact
The Asia-Pacific (APAC) water industry witnessed significant business expansion and increase in public-private partnerships (PPP) in 2014. Competition became increasingly stiff with threats from start-ups and emerging water and non-water companies. While it is unlikely that water tariff in APAC will change drastically in 2015, the main focus will ...