Occupancy sensors have a wide range of applications. It is used to save energy, comply with building codes, provide automatic control, and various other such application. One of the most-used technologies among the occupancy sensors is the passive infrared, which detects occupancy within a specific field and activates lighting and is extremely useful in small spaces. This technology is widely used in residential and commercial sectors for lighting and security applications. Moreover, advent of advanced occupancy sensors, such as micro-phonics, intelligent occupancy sensor, image processing occupancy sensor, and the new vision-based intelligent occupancy sensor for HVAC systems are fuelling the growth of the occupancy sensor market. In addition, surging government investment in infrastructure and facilities is driving the growth in the construction sector, which in turn, augments the demand for occupancy sensors.
Rising Demand for Energy-Efficient Devices expected to Drive the Market
Power companies are struggling to meet the consumer demand, as well as the rising demand for energy. Hence, the ideal solution is the adoption of more energy-efficient devices. Occupancy sensors play a vital role in reducing energy consumption. This is achieved through the sensors, which shuts down devices and other equipment on the basis of occupancy. These sensors help in reducing light pollution. Moreover, they can be used for indoor and outdoor spaces.
Also, adoption of energy-efficient devices helps in reducing carbon emissions, thus extending the life of equipment and saving a lot of funds, thereby aiding the country’s economy. These devices have become a common feature in commercial buildings, such as offices, healthcare centers, and others. The aforementioned concerns, along with support from the latest technological advancements, has produced efficient devices, which help in reducing energy consumption, thereby fuelling the demand for occupancy sensors.
Passive Infrared Technology expected to have the Largest Market Share
The demand for passive infrared is expected to continue in the future, due to the low cost, demand for energy-efficient devices, and less power requirement. The demand for this technology is augmented by the increasing number of energy-efficient devices and the integration of passive infrared sensors across various types of buildings, especially residential and commercial ones. It has a range of applications, such as lighting, spectrometers, gas & fire detection systems, security devices, cameras, pyrometers, and many others. Some of the major benefits of passive infrared sensors are accurate movement detection, reliable triggering, and cost efficiency.
In addition, dominant trends of industrial development and the escalating demand for home automation are driving the market. Other factors, such as low power consumption and surging usage in wireless applications, are further boosting the growth of the passive infrared sensor market.
North America expected to Dominate the Market
The demand in North America is mainly driven by a higher focus on innovations obtained from R&D, and technological advancements in developed economies, like Canada and the United States. This growth is also supported by the established player’s presence in this region. Other factors, such as climate change initiatives taken up by the governments in the region are also driving the growth. In addition, the growth of smart homes and home automation products in the region is also expected to increase the demand for occupancy sensors. Similarly, the growing demand for HVAC systems in the region is anticipated to play a crucial role in this market.
Key Developments in the Market
- January 2018 - DSP Group, Emza, and Himax announced AI-based human presence IoT visual sensor for consumer appliances and industrial applications. WiseEye IoT is a low power visual sensor, adding human presence awareness for consumer appliances and industrial IoT applications. Also, it provides occupancy detection and people counting in a battery-powered sensor, and thus, it is suitable for managing HVAC, factory floors, and other areas where motion detection is required.
- November 2017 - DANLERS teamed up with CASAMBI to deliver wireless control of energy-saving occupancy and daylight sensors. DANLERS 'CASAMBI enabled' PIR occupancy sensors use Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to provide mesh network control without needing a wired gateway or Wi-Fi network connection. The Casambi system is suitable for retrofitting into existing installations since there is no need for additional wiring to communicate between devices.
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1.1 Key Deliverables of the Study
1.2 Study Assumptions
1.3 Market Definition
1.4 Key Findings of the Study
2. Research Approach and Methodology
3. Executive Summary
4. Market Dynamics
4.1 Market Overview
4.2 Factors Driving the Market
4.2.1 Increasing Demand for Energy-efficient Devices
4.2.2 Favorable Government Policies
4.2.3 Inclination toward Wireless Technology
4.3 Factors Restraining the Market
4.3.1 Incompatibility with Wireless Network Systems
4.3.2 False Triggering of the Switch
4.4 Industry Attractiveness – Porter's Five Forces Analysis
4.4.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
4.4.2 Bargaining Power of Consumers
4.4.3 Threat of New Entrants
4.4.4 Threat of Substitute Products or Services
4.4.5 Competitive Rivalry among Existing Competitors
5. Technology Snapshot
5.2 Passive Infrared
6. Global Occupancy Sensor Market Segmentation
6.1 By Network Type
6.2 By Application
6.2.1 Lighting Control
6.2.3 Security & Surveillance
6.3 By Building Type
6.4 By Region
6.4.1 North America
6.4.4 Latin America
6.4.5 Middle East & Africa
7. Competitive Intelligence – Company Profiles
7.1 Honeywell International
7.2 Eaton Corporation
7.3 Schneider Electric
7.4 Legrand Inc.
7.5 Leviton Electronic Co. Ltd
7.6 Philips Ltd
7.7 Hubbel Automation Inc.
7.8 Johnson Controls GmbH
7.9 Pammvi Group
7.10 Lutron Electronics
7.11 General Electric
7.12 Texas Instruments Incorporated
8. Investment Analysis
9. Future of the Occupancy Sensor Market
- Honeywell International
- Eaton Corporation
- Schneider Electric
- Legrand Inc
- Leviton Electronic Co. Ltd.
- Philips Ltd
- Hubbel Automation Inc
- Johnson Controls GmbH
- Pammvi Group
- Lutron Electronics
- General Electric
- Texas Instruments Incorporated