The Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings 2016 to 2021

  • ID: 3873978
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 222 Pages
  • Memoori Business Intelligence Ltd
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The Market Will Grow at a Combined 7.2% CAGR Through to the End of 2016
Why Do You Need This Report?

- Discover our market projections for the Internet of Things in Buildings (BIoT) including network hardware and data services.
- Understand the figures for the overall market for Systems in Buildings. Physical Security, Lighting Control and Fire Detection & Safety will represent the 3 largest segments by 2021.
- Analyze the current situation in buildings contrasted with the vision for a future BIoT; And discover how business models and market opportunities will shift as BIoT moves from vision to reality.
- What is driving M&A and Investment in this business? Discover the valuations paid for IoT & BIoT companies.

We have decades of experience in the evaluation of building services markets, and regularly publish reports on several building technology areas including Building Environmental Control Systems, LED Lighting and Controls, Smart Grid, and Physical Security. This has given us a solid grounding on which to build our growth projections. Our most recent assessment indicates that the underlying “BAS without connectivity” market saw sales of global building systems totalling $94.6Bn in 2015.

Sales of Building Energy and Control Systems (BECS) made up the largest proportion of the market, with sales of $30.9Bn, followed closely by physical security with sales of $27.2Bn, and Fire Detection & Safety with $21.9Bn. We forecast that the market will grow at a combined 7.2% CAGR through to the end of 2016, with the strongest growth being experienced in the lighting control area, at 13% growth.

Within Its 222 Pages And 61 Charts And Tables, The Report Filters Out All The Key Facts And Draws Conclusions, So You Can Understand Exactly What Is Shaping The Future Of The Global Biot Market

- The report projects that the combined global market for the Internet of Things in Buildings (BIoT) will grow significantly over the forecast period, rising from $23.5Bn in 2015 to $75.5Bn by 2021, at a CAGR of 20.7%. Growth in data volumes generated by the IoT will still drive significant investments; as organisations struggle to maintain the network capacity and bandwidth requirements to effectively transmit all this new data.
- We see the market for Connectivity Services and Related Hardware growing from a 2015 value of $8.8Bn to over $18.4Bn by 2021, a CAGR of 13.1%. while will see the Enablement Hardware segment’s value grow from $6.8Bn in 2015, to $15.5Bn in 2021, which represents a CAGR of 14.7%.
- The Professional Value Add Services market is projected to grow at a rapid 20.7% CAGR from only $3.1Bn in 2015 to $9.6Bn by 2021. And finally, the Big Data and Cloud Based Software & Services market was valued at nearly $8Bn by the end of 2015 and is projected to grow at an impressive CAGR of 26.3% CAGR to $32Bn by 2021.
- We monitored a total of 597 different deals of different types from 2010 to the end of 2015. Over 63% of these deals (379) were venture capital investments, but we also picked up details of over 200 acquisitions, 4 mergers, 3 IPOs and 2 management buyouts, all of which indicates there is also a thriving demand for both new innovation and expansion via M&A in the BIoT space.

This report provides valuable information so companies can improve their strategic planning exercises AND look at the potential for developing their business through merger, acquisition and alliance.

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 Commercial Smart Buildings (and their Advisers) 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. An Introduction to the IoT
1.1 Connected Devices
1.2 Big Data Analytics
1.3 Cloud
1.4 Mobility
2. The Building Internet of Things (BIoT)
2.1 The BIoT and Big Data Supply Chain
2.2 Big Data Sources in Smart Buildings
3. The State of the Market
3.1 Market Readiness and Investments to Date
3.2 Connected Devices and Data Gathering in Smart Buildings
3.3 Big Data Analytics for BIoT
3.4 Connectivity Standards & Protocols
3.5 Industry Alliances & Consortia
3.6 Transitioning from BAS to BIoT
4. BIoT Applications
4.1 Energy Management & Smart Grid
4.2 HVAC
4.3 Lighting
4.4 Water
4.5 Security & Safety
4.6 Asset Maintenance & Optimization
4.7 Enhancing the Occupant/Tenant/User Experience
4.8 Space Utilization & People Movement
5. Vertical Market Opportunities
5.1 Retail & Banking
5.2 Hospitality
5.3 Offices & Other Commercial Real Estate
5.4 The Market for Small and Medium Sized Commercial Buildings
6. The Global BIoT Market - Sizing & Growth Projections
7. BIoT Market Analysis by Region
7.1 Regional Comparisons
7.2 North America
7.3 Latin America
7.4 Asia Pacific
7.5 Europe
7.6 Middle East & Africa
8. Market Drivers
8.1 Economic & Business Drivers
8.2 Technology Drivers
8.3 Energy Efficiency & Environmental Drivers
8.4 Regulatory and Legislative Drivers
8.5 Government Support Programs
8.6 Evolving Customer Requirements & Expectations
8.7 Project Finance
9. Market Barriers & Challenges
9.1 Security
9.2 Privacy
9.3 Implementation Cost & ROI
9.4 Knowledge & Skills
9.5 Data Challenges
9.6 Organizational Culture
9.7 Project Governance & Control
9.8 Standards Challenges
9.9 Buildings Specific Challenges
10. The BIoT Ecosystem
10.1 Evolving Business Models
10.2 Partnering & Strategic Alliances
10.3 IoT Platforms
10.4 Strategies & Positioning of the Market Players
11. IP & Patents
12. Market Focus Steadily Shifts to Smart Building Opportunity
13. BIoT Deals Analysis
13.1 Investment Market Sentiment
13.2 Overall Deals Analysis
13.3 Mergers & Acquisitions
13.4 Venture Capital Investment Analysis


A1 - M&A and Investments in BIoT Companies in 2015
A2 - Leading Venture Capital Companies & Their BIoT Investments (2010 to 2015)
A3 - Partnerships & Strategic Alliances Summary

List of Charts and Figures

Fig 1.1 - Projected Number of Internet Connected Devices (Billions)
Fig 1.2 - Connected Device Projections by Sector
Fig 1.3 - The 4 V’s of Big Data
Fig 1.4 - Global Data Volumes - Data in Zettabytes (ZB)
Fig 1.5 - Total Public Cloud Market Size 2015 to 2020 ($Bn)

Fig 2.1 - The Internet of Things in Commercial Buildings
Fig 2.2 - The BIoT and Big Data Supply Chain
Fig 2.3 - Big Data in Smart Buildings

Fig 3.1 - IoT Revenue Impact and Spending by Industry
Fig 3.2 - Growth in Smart Building Connected Devices over time (millions of devices)
Fig 3.3 - Percentage of Devices in Smart Buildings with Internet Connectivity in 2016
Fig 3.4 - Connectivity in the IoT
Fig 3.5 - Range and Data Rates of Various Technologies Capabilities Compared
Fig 3.6 - Wi-Fi Standard Comparison
Fig 3.7 - Alliance and Consortium Membership of the Major BIoT Players
Fig 3.8 - The Transition from BAS to BIoT

Fig 5.1 - Top New Tech Rollouts in Hotels in 2016

Fig 6.1 - The Global Building Systems Market ($Bn)
Fig 6.2 - The Global Market for BIoT in Buildings 2015 to 20121 ($Bn)
Fig 6.3 - BIoT Market Breakdown by Hardware and Services ($Bn, % of Total)

Fig 7.1 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Buildings by Region 2015 to 2021, % of Global Market, % of Connections
Fig 7.2 - Mean Company Spending on IoT Initiatives in 2015 ($Bn)
Fig 7.3 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Buildings - North America 2015 to 2021 ($Bn)
Fig 7.4 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Buildings - Latin America 2015 to 2021 ($Bn)
Fig 7.5 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Buildings - Asia Pacific 2015 to 2021 ($Bn)
Fig 7.6 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Buildings - Europe 2015 to 2021 ($Bn)
Fig 7.7 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Buildings - Middle East & Africa 2015 to 2021 ($Bn)

Fig 8.1 - How Important are the following benefits in driving businesses to adopt the Industrial Internet?
Fig 8.2 - Developer Target Markets - Percentage of IoT Developers targeting at least 1 vertical market
Fig 8.3 - Construction Market Growth by Geography 2014 to 2030
Fig 8.4 - Technology Readiness Index by Country 2015
Fig 8.5 - Global Building Energy Demand - Combined Residential, Commercial and Industrial

Fig 9.1 - Meta-Analysis of Leading Challenges Facing IoT Initiatives
Fig 9.2 - Worldwide IoT Security Spending Forecast ($m)

Fig 10.1 - Major Partnerships and Strategic Alliances in the BIoT Ecosystem
Fig 10.2 - The 8 components of an IoT Application Enablement Platform

Fig 11.1 - Percentage of Global IoT Patent Applications

Fig 13.1 - Traxn Analysis of Industrial IoT Funding in the last 2 years ($m)
Fig 13.2 - BIoT Analysis by Deal Type, Number of Deals
Fig 13.3 - BIoT Analysis by Deal Type, Total Value of Deals
Fig 13.4 - BIoT Deals Analysis by Funding Round 2010 to 2015
Fig 13.5 - BIoT Venture Capital Investments 2010 to 2016 ($m)

List of Tables

Table 1.1 - Key Components of the Internet of Things
Table 1.2 - Cloud market breakdown
Table 3.1 - Data Analytics Categories
Table 3.2 - Communications Models
Table 3.3 - A Comparison of Leading Short Range Wireless Communications Standards for Smart Buildings
Table 3.4 - Industry Alliances and Consortia
Table 8.1 - Government Support Programs for IoT and Big Data
Table 10.1 - Selected Examples of IoT Platform Deployments for BIoT Applications
Table 10.2 - BIOT Positioning of the Major ICT Players
Table 10.3 - BIOT Offerings of the Major BAS Vendors
Table 13.1 - Most Active Participants in the M&A Market, 2010 to Date
Table 13.2 - Notable M&A Deals, 2010 to Date
Table 13.3 - Leading VC Investment Recipients - 2010 to 2015
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