Smart Homes in Asia-Pacific—A CEO's 360-Degree Perspective

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Residential buildings in Asia-Pacific will continue to evolve and it will be directly affected by the growth in population and urbanization rate, as well as development of new cities and new economic zones. Smart homes will emphasize on eco-friendly building materials in addition to the deployment of energy saving devices and information and communications technology (ICT), as well as advanced technologies such as home fuel cells. Favorable factors such as the need to reduce energy consumption, are positively influencing the adoption of smart homes in Asia-Pacific. Market participants in the synergistic smart home value chain will face competition at both intra-industry and inter-industry level.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—CEO 360 Perspectives Executive Summary—CEO 360 Perspectives (continued)Executive Summary—CEO 360 Perspectives (continued)Executive Summary—Key TakeawayIntroductionDefinitionsCharacteristics of Homes of the FutureBuilding Construction Industry Overview—APACBuilding Construction Industry OverviewKey Trends in Residential Building ConstructionKey Trends in Residential Building Construction (continued)Mega TrendsMega TrendsRelevant Mega Trends for the Building IndustryImplication of Mega TrendsMega Trends—Population and Growth RateMega Trends—Urbanization RateImplications of Growth in Population and Urbanization RateStrategic ResponseIndustry ConvergenceIndustry Convergence OverviewThe Evolution of Smart HomesIndustry Convergence in a Future HomeIndustry Evolution of Building Technology and ICT—OverviewIndustry Evolution of Building Technology and ICT—Design and Production ManagementIndustry Evolution of Building Technology and ICT—Automated and Integrated ControlIndustry Evolution—User Awareness and Decision Making SupportIndustry Evolution of Building Technology and ICT—Backbone of Technology ConvergenceIndustry Evolution of Building Technology and ICT—Prefabricated ConstructionIndustry Evolution of Building Technology and ICT—Passive Design and FacadesIndustry Evolution of Building Technology and ICT—Active Systems Provide Optimal Balance Industry Evolution of Building Technology and ICT—Fully Furnished for GreenCase Study—Industry Evolution of Building Technology and ICTMarket Convergence with Water and Green TechnologySmart Home Market Convergence with Materials MarketStrategic ResponseTechnologyDisruptive Technologies and Technology ObsolescenceDisruptive Technologies and Technology Obsolescence (continued)Emerging Technologies and New Applications—PrefabricationEmerging Technologies and New Applications—Home DesignEmerging Technologies and New Applications—Building AutomationEmerging Technologies and New Applications—IT-aided Waste RemovalEmerging Technologies and New Applications—BiofuelsEmerging Technologies and New Applications—RainwaterStrategic ResponseStrategic Response (continued)EconomicSmart Home Concept—OverviewEnergy and Water—The Key Economic FactorsEnergy and Water—The Key Economic Factors (continued)Energy and Water—The Key Economic Factors (continued)Energy and Water PricesEnergy and Water Prices (continued)Policies and ReformsPolicies and Reforms (continued)Policies and Reforms (continued)Economic DevelopmentStrategic ResponseCompetitive and Best PracticesMajor Market ParticipantsCompetitive StructureBest Practices—Lessons to be LearntIndustry Certification and StandardsEmerging Competition IEmerging Competition IICompetition—Scenario ForecastingStrategic ResponseCustomerDemographicsCountry Highlights—ChinaCountry Highlights—IndiaCountry Highlights—JapanCountry Highlights—ThailandCountry Highlights—IndonesiaCountry Highlights—MalaysiaCountry Highlights—SingaporeStrategic ResponseConclusionSummary of Country OpportunitiesSummary of Country Opportunities (continued)ConclusionLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices




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