Strategic Analysis of the North American Web Accessible Control Systems Markets


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The North American Web Accessible Control Systems Market is witnessing rapid technological transisition. This study presents market as well as technology trends along with strategies for the market participants for better growth opportunities.

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Strategic Analysis of the North American Web Accessible Control Systems Markets, Strategic Analysis of Web Accessible Control Systems MarketsIntroductionIntroductionDisclaimerCertificationResearch Scope and MethodologyThe Building Controls NetworkOutline SlideBuilding Controls Market: From Vertical to HorizontalMove from Proprietary to OpenWhat’s in it for Me?Plug and Play: Shift in Business FocusWhich Platform for Interoperability?Which Platform for Interoperability: BACnet?Which Platform for Interoperability: LonWorks?Which Platform for Interoperability: TCP/IP?Which Platform for Interoperability: Web Services?Which Platform for Interoperability: Standardization and oBIXWhich Platform for Interoperability: In ConclusionThick or Thin: The Right ChoiceBridging BAS and IT: Lack of skill or Technical Bottleneck?Overview: The Power of Internet and Technological AdvancesOutline SlideTapping the Power of the Internet Tapping the Power of Internet: The BAS Internet ConnectionThe BAS Internet Connection: Technological Advancements Internet and BAS: Connectivity over Time From Laptop to Buildings: What Do the Users WANT? From Laptop to Buildings: What Do the Users NEED?Ethernet Networking StrategiesOutline SlideIP/Ethernet StrategyIP/Ethernet Strategy: Market ProgressionServing Web Pages with Application Server or Embedded Web Server Technology?To Embed or to Install?Serving Web Pages with Application ServerEmbedded Web Server Technology Java for Building Automation Strategies Java for Building Automation: Technical ChallengesProprietary Strategies: A New Lease on Life for Legacy-Dependant Users Back to Basics: Understanding the OSI Model The TCP/IP Platform: Envisioning the Hierarchy WACS: Opportunities Challenges and StrategiesOutline SlideThe Search for Opportunities in a New Era of WACS-Totally Open Systems Operability: All Those in Favor Say Yea BAS and IT Converging: Count your Eggs Before they HatchHigh Up Front Costs: Determining a Financial StrategyIdentifying Potential Markets: Service Starts at HomeTechnological Strategies: Stay Ahead of Technological CurveState of the Art Industry Practices: Overcome the BarriersBuilding-to-Building Internet Connectivity Is White Hot WACS Challenges Key Market Drivers Restraints in the WACS Environment WACS Security: Issues and ConcernsOutline SlideNetwork Security: The Search for Legitimacy Network Security: Addressing Concerns Up FrontNetwork Security: Assessing the VulnerabilitiesBootstrapping the Network Security Process: The Cardinal RulesData/Network Security Service Provider Companies Defining a Defense Strategy: Windows or Linux? Windows or Linux: ObservationsThe WACS Infrastructure: A Market Segment AnalysisOutline SlideDefining the Competitive LandscapeTrends Towards Consolidation in BAS MarketWACS Lifecycle: The Present TrendsWACS Market Potential: Today and TomorrowWACS Market Potential: End-user TrendsWACS Market Potential: Distribution StructureWACS Market Potential: Key Competitors Special Interest Groups for XML EconometricsOutline SlideMacro Economic Analysis IMacro Economic Analysis IIMacro Economic Analysis IIIMacro Economic Analysis IVMacro Economic Analysis VFrost & Sullivan AwardsOutline SlideAward OverviewProduct Line Strategy Leadership Award Product Innovation Award Business Development Strategy Award Frost & SullivanOutline SlideOur TeamOur CapabilitiesKey AdvantagesGrowth ConsultingGrowth Consulting ProcessGrowth Consulting DeliverablesGrowth Partnership Services (GPS)Growth Partnership Services Platform

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