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The Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings 2022 to 2027 - Market Prospects, Impacts & Opportunities

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  • 279 Pages
  • April 2022
  • Region: Global
  • Memoori Business Intelligence Ltd
  • ID: 5610676
This Report is a new 2022 Study which Makes an Objective Assessment of the Market for Internet of Things Technologies, Networks and Services in Buildings 2022 to 2027

The publisher's 5th edition of research into the market for the Internet of Things in Smart Buildings (BIoT) focuses on market sizing and opportunities for Smart Commercial Buildings. It provides a completely fresh market assessment of the industry based on the latest information. New for 2022, it INCLUDES at no extra cost, a spreadsheet containing the data from the report AND a graphics pack with high-resolution charts.

Key Questions Addressed

  • What is the size and structure of the global BIoT market? The report has an assessment of the global market size for hardware, software and services in 2021 and forecast to 2027. Market data is also broken down by geographic region, vertical and application type.
  • How many connected IoT devices have been installed in commercial smart buildings? The report estimates the installed base of IoT devices in commercial smart buildings from 2019 to 2027. This data is also broken down by geographic region, vertical and application type.
  • What are the main drivers for industry growth? The report assesses the main industry drivers, barriers to growth and key meta trends.
  • What does the competitive landscape look like? There is an analysis of the supply side structure of the market and commentary on M&A and investment trends.
  • The market sizing and forecasts presented in this report are based upon a custom market model and iterative research methodology. This research builds on decades of experience in the evaluation of a wide variety of smart building related markets with a particular focus on tracking and evaluating the performance of a variety of technology markets and their impact on commercial buildings.
BIoT Market recovery through 2021 was healthy, growing 21% to rise above the 2019 market total, at just over $47 billion. The publisher forecasts that the market will continue to grow at a healthy 12% CAGR, rising from $47.07 billion in 2021 to a forecasted $92.88 billion by 2027.

Our latest forecast sees the number of connected IoT devices installed in commercial smart buildings grow at a healthy 11.1% CAGR for the forecast period, rising from an estimated 1.264 billion in 2021 to over 2.5 billion by 2027.

Key Findings

  • There is an increasing industry push towards improving the value of data generated by the BIoT through improved systems integration, as opposed to limited siloed systems. To achieve this within buildings, a layered horizontal systems architecture is increasingly being advocated for, which is technology agnostic, by using open standards, open protocols, and non-proprietary solutions.
  • The BIoT digital divide. The pandemic has gone on to validate the BIoT investments of more forward-thinking building owners and operators. Effectively demonstrating the value of many previously existing BIoT solutions to deliver more resilient and efficient business operations. For example, remotely accessing building system networks and devices to monitor and configure performance during the pandemic proved challenging for those without the pre-requisite systems already in place. In many cases this led to energy being wasted on heating virtually empty buildings. Whilst office building occupancy dropped to near zero in some countries, energy use only fell by 10-15%.
  • The competitive landscape for BIoT remains incredibly complex and varied. The level of fragmentation the publisher continues to observe in the market can act as a source of confusion and frustration for buyers, with many vendors of point solutions and platforms vying for attention. Leading platform solution providers are beginning to emerge, however, and the user base seems likely to coalesce around a more limited number of platform providers, with those unable to maintain a sustainable user base being forced to merge or withdraw from the market.
  • We are also seeing a greater degree of collaboration between the IT and OT worlds. A growing number of vendors are coalescing around cloud solutions provided by major IT companies such as Amazon and Microsoft. This should facilitate the development of “platform ecosystems”, where data exchange, innovation and supply chain partnering are simplified by common tools and means of data exchange.

Table of Contents

PrefaceThe Executive Summary
1. Key Elements of the IoT
1.1 Sensors & Connected Devices
1.2 Network Communications
1.3 Data Integration & Analytics
1.4 Data Processing (Cloud/Edge)
1.5 AI & Machine Learning
2. The Building Internet of Things (BIoT)
2.1 Mapping the BIoT
2.2 The BIoT Supply Chain
2.3 BIoT Solution Architecture
2.4 AI, Machine Learning, and the BIoT
3. The State of the Market
3.1 IoT Device Projections
3.2 IoT Devices in Smart Buildings
3.3 Market Adoption
3.4 BIoT Solution Maturity
4. Standards & Protocols
4.1 Integration, Interoperability & Legacy Building Systems
4.2 The Importance of Open Standards
4.3 Connectivity Standards
4.4 Smart Building Protocols
4.5 Building Data Management
5. BIoT Market Applications
5.1 Security & Access Control
5.2 Energy Management & Environmental Control
5.3 Air Quality
5.4 Smart Operations & Maintenance
5.5 Space, Occupancy & People Movement
5.6 Hygiene, Health & Wellness
5.7 Smart Lighting
5.8 Tenant & Workplace Experience
5.9 Fire & Safety
5.10 Digital Twin
6. Smart Building IoT Platforms
6.1 IoT Platforms
6.2 The Platform Eco-System
6.3 BIoT Platform Offerings
7. Vertical Market Analysis
7.1 Commercial Offices
7.2 Retail
7.3 Hospitality
7.4 Other Buildings
7.5 New vs Existing Buildings
7.6 Unlocking the Market for Smaller Buildings
8. The Global BIoT Market Forecasts
8.1 BIoT Market Forecasts
8.2 Market Revenue by Hardware, Software & Services
8.3 Market Revenue by Vertical
8.4 Market Revenue by Application
9. BIoT Market Analysis by Region
9.1 Regional Comparisons
9.2 North America
9.3 Latin America
9.4 Asia Pacific
9.5 Europe
9.6 Middle East & Africa
10. Meta Trend Analysis
10.1 COVID-19 Impacts
10.2 The War in Ukraine
10.3 Supply Chain Issues
10.4 Construction & CRE Investment Trends
11. BIoT Market Drivers
11.1 Economic & Business Drivers
11.2 Technology Drivers
11.3 Energy Efficiency Drivers
11.4 Health & Wellbeing Drivers
11.5 Policy & Regulatory Drivers
11.6 Standards & Certification
12. BIoT Challenges & Barriers
12.1 Cybersecurity & Data Privacy
12.2 Implementation Cost & ROI
12.3 Data Related Challenges
12.4 Knowledge & Skills
12.5 Cultural & Governance Challenges
12.6 Commissioning & Procurement Challenges
12.7 Incentive Alignment
13. BIoT Challenges & Barriers
13.1 The Competitive Landscape
13.2 Partnering & Strategic Alliances
13.3 Investment & M&A
List of Charts and Figures
Fig 1.1 - The OSI Reference Model for the IoT
Fig 1.2 - Leading Cloud Infrastructure Service Providers
Fig 1.3 - Leading Drivers for Edge IoT Adoption
Fig 2.1 - The Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings 2022 v5.0
Fig 2.2 - The BIoT Supply Chain
Fig 2.3 - AI and Machine Learning Offerings by Use Case
Fig 3.1 - Global IoT Device Projections, Installed Base of Connected Devices (Bn)
Fig 3.2 - Installed Base of IoT Devices in Commercial Smart Buildings 2019 - 2027 (Millions)
Fig 3.3 - Commercial Smart Building IoT Device Projections by Market Vertical 2022 - 2027 (Millions)
Fig 3.4 - Commercial Smart Building IoT Devices by Application 2022 - 2027 (Millions)
Fig 3.5 - Commercial Smart Building IoT Devices by Region 2022 - 2027 (Millions)
Fig 3.6 - IoT Adoption Rates, % of Decision Makers
Fig 3.7 - IoT Adoption Rates by Country, % of Projects in Use Phase
Fig 3.8 - Sensor & Control Technology Penetration
Fig 3.9 - Commercial Buildings, Energy Efficiency Related Smart Controls Penetration, % of US Commercial Building Stock by Number of Buildings & Floorspace
Fig 3.10 - Smart Building Solution Maturity
Fig 6.1 - IoT Platform Functionality
Fig 6.2 - Digital Workplace Platforms by Category
Fig 7.1 - Offices, First Quarter Gross Leasing Volumes by Region
Fig 7.2 - Global Hotel Room Occupancy (2018 - 2022)
Fig 8.1 - The Global Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings, $Bn, 2019 - 2027
Fig 8.2 - The Global Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings, $Bn, 2019 - 2027, Breakdown by Hardware, Software & Services
Fig 8.3 - Market Breakdown by Hardware, Software & Services (% of Total Market)
Fig 8.4 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings, Market by Vertical, $Bn, 2021 - 2027
Fig 8.5 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings, Market by Application, $Bn, 2021 - 2027
Fig 9.1 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings, Market by Region, 2022 & 2027
Fig 9.2 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings, North America, 2021 - 2027 ($Bn)
Fig 9.3 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings, Latin America, 2021 - 2027 ($Bn)
Fig 9.4 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings, Asia Pacific, 2021 - 2027 ($Bn)
Fig 9.5 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings, Europe, 2021 - 2027 ($Bn)
Fig 9.6 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings, The Middle East & Africa, 2021 - 2027 ($Bn)
Fig 10.1 - Meta Trend Impact Analysis by Application & Vertical (2022 - 2027)
Fig 10.2 - The Economic Impact of COVID-19 on GDP Growth
Fig 10.3 - Average Peak Occupancy Rate in Global Offices Week by Week, August - November 2021
Fig 10.4 - Share of Transaction Volumes by Sector 2015 - 2021
Fig 10.5 - US Consensus Construction Forecasts
Fig 10.6 - Contribution to Global Construction Growth 2020 - 2030
Fig 10.7 - Share of Global Construction Markets 2020 - 2030
Fig 11.1 - Leading Drivers for IoT Adoption in Smart Places
Fig 11.2 - Average IoT Sensor Costs, 2004 - 2020, USD per Sensor
Fig 11.3 - Buildings Share of Global Final Energy & CO2 Emissions 2020
Fig 11.4 - Non-Residential Building Sector CO2 Emissions, Gigatonnes (Gt)
Fig 11.5 - Number of S&P 500 Companies Citing “ESG” on Earnings Calls
Fig 11.6 - Development of Electricity Prices for Non-Household Consumers, EU, 2008 - 2021
Fig 12.1 - Leading IoT Challenges
Fig 13.1 - Incumbent Smart Building Vendors and Their Partnerships with Startups