Wireless Sensors in Building Automation (Technical Insights)

 

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This research service provides a technical analysis of wireless sensor technologies in building automation domain. It lists out the major technology challenges and drivers along with the market factors and technology roadmap. This research service also profiles noteworthy innovations across companies and universities worldwide along with contact details.

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Wireless Sensors in Building Automation (Technical Insights) , Executive SummaryScope and MethodologyResearch Scope and SegmentationMethodologyKey FindingsNoteworthy Emerging TechnologiesNoteworthy ApplicationsWireless Sensors in Building Automation (Technical Insights) , Technology and Applications ViewpointTechnology Primer and StandardsWired Networks vs Wireless NetworksIEEE 802.15.4 and ZigBee StandardsApplications AnalysisStructural Health HVACSecurityFire and SafetyLighting ControlWireless Sensors in Building Automation (Technical Insights) , Technology Adoption Factor AnalysisAnalysis of Technology Accelerators and BarriersAcceleratorsBarriersInfluential Market Factors & Technological Trends and RoadmapMarket FactorsTechnological TrendsWireless Sensors in Building Automation (Technical Insights) , Recent Advances in Wireless Sensors in Building Automation TechnologiesEmerging technologiesManaging Data from Sensors Could Become EasyMeasuring Shear Stress of Small MagnitudesDigital Wireless Data Networks Enable Distributed Sensing SystemsAllowing RF Chip Makers To Do What They Do BestDirect Sequence Spread Spectrum Technology for Digital TransmissionProtocol Analysis to Figure Out What's WrongReducing the Rush Hour TrafficOvercoming False Fire AlarmsDesigning Buildings That Can Think and ActDistributed Frequency Spread Spectrum Technology for Industrial EnvironmentsIn Situ Monitoring System for Detecting Structural DamagesRemote Sensing System for Civil StructuresLatest productsZigBee Devices To Become Platform IndependentNew Low-Power Mesh Networking TechnologyGoing WirelessKnow Your Wireless NetworkChip Integrates Microcontroller with a Complete MAC/PHYEkaNet--Fully Internet-Enabled Technology for Bidirectional Wireless NetworkingSystem-on-ChipApplication Profile To Meet Lighting Application RequirementsSimplifying ZigBee lifeEnsuring Robust ZigBee NetworkWireless Sensors in Building Automation (Technical Insights) , Patent and Contact DetailsPatentsWireless Technology PatentsBuilding Automation PatentsDatabase of key industry participantsCompaniesUniversities and Government BodiesWireless Sensors in Building Automation (Technical Insights) , Frost & Sullivan 2005 Science and Technology AwardsExcellence in Technology Award in Wireless Device Networking SolutionsAward DescriptionAward RecipientExcellence in Technology Award in Wireless Technology for Monitoring & Control NetworksAward DescriptionAward RecipientProduct Innovation Award for Development of Standard RF ModulesAward DescriptionAward RecipientProduct Innovation Award for Development of Telemetry Data Management and Communications PlatformAward DescriptionAward RecipientWireless Sensors in Building Automation (Technical Insights) , Critical Reference TablesDecision Support DatabaseWorldwide Industrial Electrical ConsumptionTotal Number of AirportsElecricity Installed CapacityNumber of Semiconductor Plants




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