The Market for Building Performance Software 2016 to 2020

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  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 205 Pages
  • Memoori Business Intelligence Ltd
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We Expect the Market for Building Performance Software in Smart Buildings to Rise to $18.78Bn by 2020

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The Key Focus Areas of the report are; Energy Software in Smart Buildings, Enterprise Energy Management Systems, Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software, Software for Physical Security and Fire Protection Systems & Real Estate & Property Management Software. The report contains original analysis and forecasts, detailed assessment of the drivers, barriers and trends shaping the market, and an overview of the competitive landscape.

The information and analysis in this report is based on interviews with leading manufacturers in both the energy and Smart Buildings markets, Tech firms, software providers, middleware companies, consultants, and end users of building systems to achieve a rounded view of the market. Market forecasts in the report are based on a market model that takes into account the size of each respective market and all of the key market drivers.

What you will Learn from this Report?

- We estimate that the market for Building Performance Software in Smart Buildings generated $12.72Bn in 2015, and we expect this value to rise to $18.78Bn by 2020, representing a healthy CAGR of 8.1% per annum.
- Energy Software accounts for over 50% of the market, at $6.46Bn in 2015, and we expect this value to rise to just over $9.7Bn by 2020. Enterprise Energy Management Systems (EEMs) make up the largest proportion of this market in 2015.
- The market for Fire & Security Software in Smart Buildings is estimated at $3.52Bn in 2015, and we expect this value to rise to just under $5.3Bn by 2020. VMS software makes up the largest proportion of the market in 2015, at around 28% of overall sales, followed by Access Control software with 24%, Mass Notification software with 22%, Fire detection software with 8% and PIAM software with 8%.

Why it’s important to Evaluate these Markets at this time?
We have identified 16 different types of software packages that all improve the performance and operation of non-domestic buildings. It is now an accepted fact the Internet of Things in Buildings (BIoT) will eventually form the structure of making buildings fully automated and optimised without the need for human intervention. To do this all of the data from these software packages will need to be transferred to IoT Data Services. This will be both a threat and opportunity and require the software suppliers to re-evaluate and adapt their business models.

Who Should Buy this Report?

The information contained in this report will be of value to all those engaged in managing, operating and investing in Smart Building companies (and their advisors) around the world. In particular those wishing to acquire, merge, sell or find alliance partners will find it particularly useful.

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1 Size and Dynamics of Software Business
1.1 Energy Software in Smart Buildings
1.1.1 The Overall Market for Energy Software
1.1.2 Building Energy Control Systems Sales Forecasts
1.1.3 Building Energy Controls (BECS) Supervisory Software
1.1.4 Enterprise Energy Management Software (EEMS)
1.1.5 Lighting Controls Software
1.1.6 Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software
1.2 Software for Physical Security and Fire Protection Systems
1.2.1 Video Management Systems (VMS)
1.2.2 Video Analytics
1.2.3 Physical Security Information Management (PSIM)
1.2.4 Access Control and Physical Identity & Access Management (PIAM) Software
1.2.5 Fire Detection & Mass Notification
1.2.6 Intruder & Perimeter Detection
1.3 Real Estate and Property Management Software

2 Enterprise Energy Management Software (EEMS) Business
2.1 Market Forecasts
2.2 Sales Breakdown by Region
2.3 EEMS Offerings
2.3.1 Dashboards & Data Visualization
2.3.2 Integration with Management & Enterprise Software
2.4 EEMS Competitive Landscape

3 Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software Business
3.1 Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software Sales Forecasts
3.2 Sales Breakdown by Region
3.3 Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software Offerings
3.4 Structure of Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software Market
3.4.1 Energy Service Companies
3.4.2 Demand Response Aggregators and DRMS Suppliers
3.4.3 DERMS Suppliers
3.4.4 Energy Analytics and Data Integration
3.4.5 Energy Storage Systems Suppliers

4 Real Estate & Property Management Software Business
4.1 Facilities and Real Estate Management
4.2 Asset and Maintenance Management
4.3 Space Management
4.4 Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS)
4.5 Data Center Infrastructure Management
4.6 Other Building Performance Software

5 Segmentation by Building Type, Region and Vertical Markets

6 BIoT and its Impact on the Building Performance Software Business
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Opportunities
6.3 Risks and Challenges
6.4 Impact of Big Data and BIoT

7 Market Drivers and Barriers
7.1 Drivers
7.2 Major Challenges and Barriers

8 Emerging Trends
8.1 People and Productivity Come to the Fore
8.2 Closing the Gap between Green Buildings and Smart Buildings
8.3 Dynamic Electronic Way-finding Integrated with Fire & Security Systems

9 Standards and Implications

10 Structure and Competitive Landscape
10.1 Profiles of Leading Suppliers
10.1.1 EEMS Specialist Software Providers
10.1.2 BAS Orientated Software Suppliers
10.1.3 Real Estate & Property Management Suppliers
10.2 Routes to Market
10.2.1 Direct Channels
10.2.2 Routes to Market - BAS Solution Providers and ESCOs
10.2.3 Routes to Market - System Integrators
10.2.4 Routes to Market - Utilities and Power Producers
10.2.5 Real Estate and Facilities Management Service Providers

11 M&A Performance, Valuation and Outlook
11.1 Utilities Invest in Energy Management Software
11.2 Commercial Real Estate Firms Strengthen Smart Building Capability

12 Investment Market

13 Partnerships and Strategic Alliances
13.1 Partnerships by Major Players
13.2 EEMS Vendors Partner with Real Estate and Property Management Vendors
13.3 Facilities Management Software Firms Strengthen their Energy Analytics Offerings
13.4 Partnerships between Large Players and Advanced Technology Providers

Appendix

A1.1 - Listing of Major Software Suppliers
A1.2 - Acquisitions Announced in 2015 / 16
A1.3 - VC Investments in Building Performance Software Companies 2010 to 16

List of Charts and Figures

Fig 1 - Energy Software in Smart Buildings 2016
Fig 1.0 - Global Market for Energy Software in Smart Buildings
Fig 1.1 - Global Market for Building Performance Software in Smart Buildings
Fig 1.2 - Global Market for BECS Supervisory Software in Smart Buildings
Fig 1.2.1 - BECS Supervisory and BAS Integration Software Landscape
Fig 1.3 - Global Market for EEM Software in Smart Buildings
Fig 1.4 - Global Market for Lighting Controls Software in Smart Buildings
Fig 1.4.1 Lighting Controls Software Landscape
Fig 1.5 Global Market for Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software
Fig 1.5.1 Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software Landscape
Fig 1.6 Global Software Market for Security & Fire Protection Systems
Fig 1.6.1 Video Management Systems (VMS) Landscape
Fig 1.6.2 Video Analytics Software Landscape
Fig 1.6.3 PSIM Software Landscape
Fig 1.6.4 Access Control Software Landscape
Fig 1.6.5 Fire Detection & Mass Notification Systems Software Landscape
Fig 1.6.6 Intruder & Perimeter Detection Software Landscape
Fig 1.7 Global Market for Facilities Management Software
Fig 2 - Enterprise Energy Management Software Landscape 2016
Fig 2.1 - Projected Global Building Energy Control Systems Sales
Fig 2.2 - Enterprise Energy Management Sales % by Region
Fig 2.3 - Global Market for EEMS in Smart Buildings
Fig 2.4 - Enterprise Energy Management Sales by Region
Fig 2.5 - Demand Response Aggregators and DRMS Software Landscape
Fig 2.6 - DERMS Software Landscape
Fig 2.7 - Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Sales by Region 2015
Fig 2.8 - Energy Storage Systems Software Landscape
Fig 3 - Security & Fire Protection Software 2016
Fig 4 - Facilities Management Software (FMS) 2016
Fig 4.1 - Facilities & Real Estate Management Software Landscape
Fig 4.2 - Asset & Maintenance Management Software Landscape
Fig 4.3 - Space Management Software Landscape
Fig 4.4 - Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) Landscape
Fig 4.5 - Data Center Infrastructure Management Software Landscape
Fig 4.6 - Multi-Site EEMS Landscape
Fig 5 - Building Performance Software Investments 2010 - May 2016

List of Tables

Table 1 - Key Smart Grid & Smart Building Interface Standards
Table 2 - Number of Building Performance Software Companies
Table 3 - Ecova Acquisitions 2011 - 2015
Table 4 - EnerNOC Acquisitions 2014 - 2015
Table 5 - Verisae Acquisitions 2013 - 2015
Table 6 - Honeywell Building Performance Software Brands
Table 7 - Software related Honeywell Acquisitions 2010 - 2016
Table 8 - Software related Schneider Electric Acquisitions 2010 - 2015
Table 9 - Siemens Building Performance Software Brands
Table 10 - Accruent Acquisitions 2011 - 2016
Table 11 - Acquisitions by Category 2010 - May 2016
Table 12 - Most Active VC Firms
Table 13 - Ranking of Highest Funded Software Companies

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