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Monetization of Intelligent Buildings

  • ID: 5312173
  • Report
  • October 2018
  • Region: Global
  • 126 Pages
  • Continental Automated Buildings Association

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Acuity Brands Inc.
  • Company LLC
  • Cyber Power Systems Inc.
  • Hydro-Québec
  • Johnson Controls Inc.
  • Panduit Corp.
  • MORE

This research project provides a comprehensive examination of how to monetize intelligent buildings from the perspective of building owners, developer, solution providers (OEM manufacturers and service providers) and other stakeholders. 

This research includes: stakeholder analysis, business opportunities, technical barriers and opportunities, future market direction, issues, use-cases and industry recommendations.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Acuity Brands Inc.
  • Company LLC
  • Cyber Power Systems Inc.
  • Hydro-Québec
  • Johnson Controls Inc.
  • Panduit Corp.
  • MORE

Executive Summary

  • Project Background and Introduction 
  • About the Report
  • Role of the Steering Committee 
  • The Project Consulting Team 
  • Overview and Focus Areas 
  • Key Objectives 
  • Methodology 
  • Definitions and Industry Professionals’ Survey Qualification Criteria 
  • Layout of the Report 
  • Summary of Key Findings
  • ES-Chapter 1 Intelligent Buildings: Design & Implementation–An Overview 
  • Overview of the Intelligent Buildings Industry 
  • ES-Chapter 2 Industry Perception Analysis 
  • ES-Chapter 3 Addressing Key IBDI Adoption Challenges 
  • ES-Chapter 4 Evaluation of Process Optimization Requirements
  • Value Chain Interdependency in Implementation. 
  • ES-Chapter 5 Conclusions and Recommendations 

1.Intelligent Buildings: Design & Implementation - An Overview 
1.1 Intelligent Buildings Industry Overview 
1.1.1 Defining an Intelligent Building 
1.1.2 The IBDI Methods and Practices
1.1.3 The IBDI Value Drivers 
1.2 Implication of IBDI Process Adoption by Technology Type 
1.3 Implication of IBDI Process Adoption by Vertical Industry Segment
1.4 Challenges in Technology Integration in IBDI Projects
1.5 Comparative Review: Project Delivery and Implementation Models 
1.6 Key Challenges and Areas to be Addressed 

2. Industry Perception Analysis 
2.1 Introduction and Methodology of the Survey Process 

  • Industry Research Module 
  • Key Objectives of the Customer Research Survey 
  • Research Instruments: Questionnaire 

2.2 Organizational and Industry-based Profiling1 
2.3 Perception Review of Technology and Design Process: Implementation Drivers and Challenges 
2.4 Dependency Analysis: Design, Implementation and Outcome Review 

  • Outcome by Design Practice 
  • Outcome by Project Stages 

2.5 Approaches Adopted by Designing, Planning, and Implementation Teams: Perceived Value Analysis 
2.6 Role of Vendors, Project Partners and Service Providers 
2.7 Value Chain Interdependency Analysis: Perceived Role and Influence of Various Entities 
2.8 Feedback on Specific Technologies, Processes and Project Partners 
2.9 Future Adoption Potential: Technology and Design Process Influencers 
2.10 Key Takeaways 

3 Addressing Key IBDI Adoption Challenges 
3.1 IBDI Adoption: Core Issues and Challenges Evaluation
3.2 Industry Consensus Development on Core Issues
3.3 Incentivizing IBDI Use
3.4 Optimization of the Technology and Design Integration Model
3.5 Standardization Initiatives Needed 
3.6 Prospects for Collaborative Partnerships 

4 Evaluation of Process Optimization Requirements 
4.1 Elements of an Optimal IBDI Value Proposition 
4.2 Process Optimization 
4.3 Value Chain Interdependency in Implementation 
4.4 Best Practices for Stakeholders

5 Conclusions and Recommendations 
5.1 Key Conclusions 
5.2 Recommendations

  • Appendix A: Glossary of Terms 
  • Appendix B: References 

LIST OF CHARTS
Chart ES 1: Country Classification within the Category of Respondents 
Chart ES 2: Annual Revenues of the Organization
Chart ES 3: Organizational classification of respondents 
Chart ES 4: Profile of Respondents 
Chart ES 5: IBDI Breakdowns and Failures: Key Contributors
Chart ES 6: Collaborative Approach of Value-Chain Partners
Chart 1.1: Key Stages Embedded in IBDI Methods
Chart 1.2: Intelligent Building Design and Implementation: Industry Value Chain 
Chart 1.3: IBDI Projects: Common Challenges and Resolutions Achieved
Chart 2.1: Country Classification within the Category of Respondents 
Chart 2.2: Annual Revenues of the Organization 
Chart 2.3: Organizational Classification of Respondents
Chart 2.4: Profile of Respondents 
Chart 2.5: Drivers of Intelligent Building Technology
Chart 2.6: Drivers of Intelligent Building Technology by Owners and Project Partners
Chart 2.7: Major Initiatives to Educate End-Customers on Intelligent Building Design and Implementation
Chart 2.8: Major Initiatives by Project Partners to Educate End-Customers on Intelligent Building Design and Implementation
Chart 2.9: Major Initiatives by Building Owners to Educate End-Customers on Intelligent Building Design and Implementation
Chart 2.10: Expected Upward Trend in the Number of Intelligent Building Projects in the next Two to Three Years
Chart 2.11: Two Segments based on IB Best Practice Orientation
Chart 2.12: Two Segments Based on IB Best Practice Orientation by Country and Value Chain Partners 
Chart 2.13: Positive Practices and Outcomes of Intelligent Building 
Chart 2.14: Positive Outcomes of Intelligent Building Projects
Chart 2.15: Negative Practices and Outcomes of Intelligent Building 
Chart 2.16: Top Reasons for Sub-Optimal Intelligent Building 
Chart 2.17: Top Reasons for Sub-Optimal Intelligent Building by Project Partners
Chart 2.18: Negative Outcomes of Intelligent Building Projects 
Chart 2.19: Impact of Design on IB Process and Outcome 
Chart 2.20: Impact of Good Design on IB Process and Outcome 
Chart 2.21: Impact of Sub-Standard Design on IB Process and Outcome 
Chart 2.22: Impact of Other Project Practices on IB Process and Outcome 
Chart 2.23: The Most Valuable Practices in Intelligent Building Process 
Chart 2.24: Perceived Value of Design and Implementation Practices 
Chart 2.25: Perceived Value of Design and Implementation Practices by Project Partners 
Chart 2.26: Involvement of Parties in the Development of Specifications for a Typical Intelligent Building Project 
Chart 2.27: Involvement of Parties in the Development of Specifications for a Typical Intelligent Building Project 
Chart 2.28: Authority in the Specification of IB Solutions for a Typical IB Project
Chart 2.29: Type of IB Project 
Chart 2.30: Influence Level of Parties for New Construction 
Chart 2.31: Influence Level for Major Renovation 
Chart 2.32: Influence Level for Fit-Outs and Retrofit Projects
Chart 2.33: Type of Technologies Included in the Design or Plan 
Chart 2.34: Type of Technologies Included in the Design or Plan by various Project Partners 
Chart 2.35: Challenging Technologies by Owners and Project Partners 
Chart 2.36: Challenging Technologies by Various Project Partners 
Chart 2.37: Challenges in Implementation of Different Technologies 
Chart 2.38: Measures to Prevent IB Implementation Problems
Chart 2.39: Measures to Prevent IB Implementation Problems by Partners
Chart 2.40: Types of Technologies to be Included in the next Two Years
Chart 2.41: Types of Technologies to be Included in the next Two Years by Project Partners
Chart 3.1: IBDI Breakdowns and Failures: Key Contributors
Chart 3.2: Integrated Building Technology Design Ecosystem
Chart 4.1: Digital Technologies in Construction Management 
Chart 4.2: Typical Interdependency between Value Chain Partners
Chart 4.3: Elements of the Traditional Approach Adopted by Value-Chain Partners 
Chart 4.4: Collaborative Approach of Value-Chain Partners
Chart 4.5: Elements of an Integrated Approach
Chart 4.6: Adoption of Best Practices in Relation to Cost of Modification 
Chart 4.7: Best Practices in Design and Implementation of Intelligent Buildings 

LIST OF FIGURES
Figure ES 1: Project Steering Committee 
Figure ES 2: Primary Research Methodology Description 
Figure ES 3: Intelligent Buildings: Design and Implementation: Layout of the Report
Figure ES 4: IB Characteristics and the Level of System Integration 
Figure ES 5: IBDI Methods Prevalent in the Industry 
Figure ES 6: IBDI Domain Issues and Challenges 
Figure ES 7: Challenges in Traditional Processes and Area of Focus 
Figure ES 8: Intelligent Buildings: Design & Implementation: Key Conclusions
Figure 1.1: IB Characteristics and the Level of System Integration 
Figure 1.2: IBDI Methods Prevalent in the Industry 
Figure 1.3: Major Participants3 of the IB Industry Value Chain: Key Roles and Responsibilities
Figure 1.4: IBDI Process Adoption by Technology Type
Figure 1.5: IBDI Process Adoption by Vertical Industry Segment
Figure 1.6: IBDI Methods: Comparative Review of Functional Challenges 
Figure 3.1: IBDI Domain Issues and Challenges 
Figure 3.2: IBDI Process Improvements: Key Areas and Activity Achieved
Figure 4.1: Challenges in Traditional Processes and Area of Focus 
Figure 4.2: Implementation of Digital Technologies in Construction Management 
Figure 4.3: Early Involvement Needs of Value Chain Partners 
Figure 4.4: IBDI Projects: Demonstrated Best Practices Review 
Figure 5.1: Intelligent Buildings Design & Implementation: Key Conclusions 
Figure 5.2: Intelligent Buildings Design & Implementation: Key Recommendations

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  • Acuity Brands Inc.
  • Axis Lighting Inc.
  • Company LLC
  • Current powered by GE
  • Cyber Power Systems Inc.
  • Electro Federation Canada (EFC)
  • Harbor Research
  • Honeywell International Inc.
  • Hydro-Québec
  • Intel Corporation
  • Johnson Controls Inc.
  • Kimberly-Clark Professional
  • LG Ait Condition Technologies
  • NYSERDA
  • Panduit Corp.
  • Public Services and Procurement Canada
  • Siemens Industry Inc. 
  • Steelcase Inc.
  • The Cadillac Faiview Corporation Ltd.
  • The Chicago Faucet Company/Geberit Group
  • UL LLC
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