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BAS轉換至BIoT(建築物的物聯網) 2015-2020年

The Transformation of BAS into the Building Internet of Things 2015 to 2020

出版商 Memoori Business Intelligence Ltd. 商品編碼 331275
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 240 Pages
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BAS轉換至BIoT(建築物的物聯網) 2015-2020年 The Transformation of BAS into the Building Internet of Things 2015 to 2020
出版日期: 2015年05月28日 內容資訊: 英文 240 Pages
簡介

全球BAS (大樓自動化系統) 市場規模裝機率(用戶數)2014年1,200億美元被推算。BAS根據9個服務區分:存取控制,BECS/HVAC控制,能源企業軟體,BAS整合服務,侵入警報,照明控制,影音監控,火災偵測以及其他被構成。

本報告以BAS (大樓自動化系統) 的市場規模及機會為焦點,提供最新的資訊為基礎的市場評估、BAS & IoT企業的管理、營運及投資相關有價值的資訊,為您概述為以下內容。

序論

摘要整理

第1章 簡介

第2章 對BAS的市場規模及其BIoT的轉換

  • BAS服務的市場規模、佔有率
  • BAS服務的市場規模、佔有率預測
  • BAS服務的市場規模、佔有率:各地區
  • BAS的市場規模:各類型建築
  • BAS服務的市場規模:計劃各類型
  • BAS服務的整合BIoT變化

第3章 建築物物聯網 (BIoT) 的市場規模的發展

  • BIoT - 新商務 - 新契約次序 - 新市場的途徑
  • BIoT市場規模資料
  • BIoT市場規模:各主要契約
  • BIoT市場規模:各主要地區
  • BIoT市場規模:各類型建築
  • 垂直市場展望
  • 建築物的BIoT投資的商務案例
  • BIoT市場發展的轉變

第4章 供給側面結構 & 流通管道

  • 大樓能源控制供應商 (BECS) 結構
  • 實體安全供應商結構
  • 照明控制供應商結構
  • 企業能源管理供應商結構
  • 智慧感應器網路
  • BAS服務 & BIoT的流通管道

第5章 無線技術的發展 & 未來趨勢

  • 無線控制
  • 照明的無線技術
  • 實體安全的無線技術
  • 無線開發

第6章 開放系統

  • 複雜且鬥爭性的規格形勢
  • 大樓特有的通訊協定

第7章 主要市場促進成長要素

  • 經濟 & 商務上的促進要素
  • 技術的促進要素
  • 能源效率/環境上的促進要素
  • 研究法規、法律的促進要素

第8章 市場障礙 & 課題

  • 安全 & 隱私
  • 網路容量不足
  • 技能
  • 擁有,控制 & 相關利益者的展望
  • 資料數量 & 複雜性
  • 投資者獲取報酬的必要
  • 大樓服務的整合
  • IT匯流及價值創建的影響
  • BAS企業在維修計劃中維持自己的角色

第9章 市場策略 & 經營模式

  • 大樓能源控制供應商
  • 存取控制供應商
  • 侵入警報供應商
  • 影音監控供應商
  • 照明控制供應商
  • 主要IT企業的定位
  • 基礎設施供應商
  • 軟體供應商
  • 晶片廠商
  • 垂直市場整合和BIoT
  • IoT供應鏈的聯盟
  • 雲端型服務的成長
  • IP & 專利

第10章 BIoT商務上的M&A

  • M & A
  • BIoT & 巨量資料投資契約
  • 私募股權 & 創業投資分析
  • 投資市場 & M & A

第11章 M&A:BAS服務企業

  • Schneider Electric 收購活動
  • ABB 收購活動
  • Siemens的收購活動
  • Honeywell 收購活動
  • Johnson Controls 收購活動
  • 其他BAS供應商的收購活動

第12章 能源企業管理軟體企業的投資

第13章 有可能性的主要M & A目標

目錄

This Report is the NEW 2015 Definitive Resource for Understanding how & why Building Automation is being Transformed into the Building Internet of Things; and its effect on Smart Buildings.

For a quarter of a century the BAS industry has been working hard at delivering full connectivity across all the different building services. They have been successful in achieving this goal but the solutions have been expensive, lacked flexibility and robustness and whilst they improved the optimization of the buildings performance they could not be fully automated.

More recently with the introduction of IP Networked product across many of the services improved solutions have been made possible, however they still fall short of delivering full optimization and automation in commercial and industrial buildings. With the advent of IoT we now have the capability to join "things" together more efficiently and cost effectively in a building; let's call it the Building Internet of Things (BIoT). This technology can collect data from all the sensors and devices and with Big Data software, analyze all of this data and immediately optimise and fully automate the buildings performance. It can and will add a further dimension through more effective convergence with the business enterprise.

Why do you Need this Market Research Report?

  • This report will help stakeholders and investors interested in Building Automation to identify emerging trends and business opportunities in the market. In the future BAS suppliers will face the choice of taking a reduced share of the new BIoT business or expanding their horizons to deliver a more comprehensive system through engaging with IoT Data Services.
  • This report shows that major disruption is on its way as both the competitive landscape and the supply chain will change for all those suppliers that want to engage in the wider BIoT business, which will reach $76Bn by 2020.
  • BIoT will create very significant disruption to the supply side as the contractual procedures and routes to market will be forced to change as BAS morphs to BIoT; and in the process create many winners that have put in place the resources and skills to properly meet this challenge.

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The starting point of the report is to size the current market for all the BAS services and projecting demand until 2020. Memoori estimates that the world market for BAS at installed value in 2014 was $120Bn. This was shared between 9 services include Access Control, Building Environmental Control Systems (BECS / HVAC Control), Energy Enterprise Software, BAS Integration Services, Intruder Alarms, Lighting Controls, Video Surveillance, Fire Detection and Others.

Memoori estimates that the value of the BAS hardware associated with BIoT projects at installed prices in 2014 was $35.15Bn accounting for approximately 55%, Enablement Hardware took a 13% share, Network Communication Services 17% and IoT Data Services secured 15%.

Projecting the sales of these 4 major components through to 2020 shows a significantly changing picture with IoT Data Services increasing its share to 26.5%, Network Communication Services rising to 22.5%, whilst the contributions from Enablement Hardware and BAS Services declining to 11% and 40% respectively.

Within its 240 pages and 32 charts and tables, the report sieves out ALL the key facts and draws conclusions, so you can understand what is shaping the future of Building Automation and the Smart Building Industry;

  • Memoori expects that for the Building Internet of Things (BIoT) to deliver a comprehensive and cost effective solution across all the services that now co-exist in Smart Buildings it will require fundamental changes on how systems are designed and contacts to install are let. We expect that in the future, BIoT will be organized around 4 main contracts, which are identified and analyzed in the report.
  • BAS Services from a whole range of sensors and devices from building energy controls to physical security products are gradually but inevitably morphing into a more comprehensive and fully automated BIoT solution.
  • However this report shows that manufacturers of BAS products are in danger of letting this opportunity pass them by as new players from the IT and Communications Industry take the driving seat and could steal the new opportunities that the business offers.

Starting from only USD $999 this report provides valuable information into how & why the Building Automation Industry is Transforming into the Building Internet of Things AND how companies can develop their Smart Building business through Merger, Acquisition and Alliance.

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Who Should Buy this Report?

The report focuses on market sizing and opportunities for Building Automation Systems, providing a fresh market assessment based upon the latest information. The information will be of value to all those engaged in managing, operating and investing in BAS & Internet of Things companies (and their advisors) around the world. In particular those wishing to develop their business within the Smart Building Industry will find it particularly useful.

Table of Contents

Preface

The Executive Summary

1. Introduction

2. Market Size of BAS and its Transformation into BIoT to 2020

  • 2.1 Market Size & Share of BAS Services 2010 - 2014
  • 2.2 Market Size & Share of BAS Services 2014 and Forecast to 2020
  • 2.3 Market Size & Share of BAS Services by Region 2014
  • 2.4 Market Size of BAS by Type of Building 2014
  • 2.5 Market Size of BAS Services by Project Type
  • 2.6 The Integration of BAS Services Morphs to BIoT

3. The Market Size Building Internet of Things (BIoT) & its Development

  • 3.1 BIoT - New Business - New Contractual Procedures - New Routes to Market
  • 3.2 BIoT Market Sizing Data 2014 - 2020
  • 3.3 BIoT Market Size By Major Contract 2014 - 2020
  • 3.4 BIoT Market Size By Major Region
    • 3.4.1 North America
    • 3.4.3 Latin America
    • 3.4.3 Asia Pacific
    • 3.4.4 Europe
    • 3.4.5 The Middle East & Africa
  • 3.5 BIoT Market Size by Building Type 2014 - 2020
  • 3.6 Vertical Market Prospects
    • 3.6.1 Retail
    • 3.6.2 Healthcare
    • 3.6.3 Education
    • 3.6.4 Real Estate
    • 3.6.5 Hospitality
  • 3.7 Proving the Business Case for BIoT investment in Buildings
  • 3.8 How the BIoT Market will Develop

4. Supply Side Structure & Distribution Channels

  • 4.1 The Building Energy Controls Supplier (BECS) Structure
  • 4.2 The Physical Security Supplier Structure
    • 4.2.1 The Video Surveillance Business
    • 4.2.2 The Access Control Business
    • 4.2.3 Intruder Alarms & Perimeter Protection
  • 4.3 The Lighting Controls Supplier Structure
  • 4.4 Enterprise Energy Management Software Supplier Structure
  • 4.5 Smart Sensor Networks
  • 4.6 Distribution Channels for BAS Services & BIoT

5. Wireless Technology Developments & Future Trends

  • 5.1 Wireless Controls
  • 5.2 Wireless Technology in Lighting
  • 5.3 Wireless Technology in Physical Security
    • 5.3.1 Wireless in the Video Surveillance Market
    • 5.3.2 Wireless in the Access Control Market
  • 5.4 Wireless Developments

6. Open Systems

  • 6.1 A Complicated and Combative Standards Landscape
  • 6.2 Building Specific Protocols

7. Key Market Drivers

  • 7.1 Economic & Business Drivers
  • 7.2 Technology Drivers
  • 7.3 Energy Efficiency / Environmental Drivers
  • 7.4 Research Regulatory and Legislative Drivers

8. Market Barriers & Challenges

  • 8.1 Security & Privacy
  • 8.2 Network Capacity Crunch
  • 8.3 Skills
  • 8.4 Ownership, Control & Stakeholder Perspectives
  • 8.5 Data Volume & Complexity
  • 8.6 The Investors need to Reap the Rewards
  • 8.7 The Integration of Building Services
  • 8.8 The Impact of IT Convergence & Value Creation
  • 8.9 BAS Companies Maintain their Role in Retrofit Projects

9. Market Strategies & Business Models

  • 9.1 Building Energy Controls Suppliers
  • 9.2 Access Control Suppliers
  • 9.3 Intruder Alarms Suppliers
  • 9.4 Video Surveillance Suppliers
  • 9.5 Lighting Controls Suppliers
  • 9.6 Positioning of Major IT Firms
  • 9.7 Infrastructure Providers
  • 9.8 Software Providers
  • 9.9 Chip Makers
  • 9.10 Vertical market integration and the Building Internet of Things
  • 9.11 IoT Supply Chain Partnering
  • 9.12 The Growth in Cloud Based Offerings
  • 9.13 IP & Patents

10. Merger & Acquisition in the BIoT Business

  • 10.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
  • 10.2 BIoT & Big Data Investment Deals
  • 10.3 Private Equity & Venture Capital Analysis
  • 10.4 Investment Market & M&A Forecasts

11. Merger & Acquisitions by BAS Services Companies

  • 11.1 Schneider Electric Acquisition Activity
  • 11.2 ABB Acquisition Activity
  • 11.3 Siemens Acquisition Activity
  • 11.4 Honeywell Acquisition Activity
  • 11.5 Johnson Controls Acquisition Activity
  • 11.6 Other BAS Suppliers Acquisition Activity

12. Investment in Energy Enterprise Management Software Companies

13. The Top Potential Merger & Acquisition Targets

Appendix

  • A1 - Major Building Market Players & Their Big Data Products & Services
  • A2 - M&A and Investments in BIoT Companies - January 2013 to March 2015
  • A3 - Venture Capital Companies & Their BIoT Investments
  • A4 - Glossary of Terminology

List of Charts and Figures

  • Fig 2.1 - World BAS Sales 2010 - 2014
  • Fig 2.2 - World BAS Sales 2015 - 2020
  • Fig 2.3 - World BAS Sales by Region 2014
  • Fig 2.4 - World BAS Sales by Building Type 2014
  • Fig 3.1 - The Internet of Things in Commercial Buildings
  • Fig 3.2 - Big Data Investments by Industry, % of Respondents
  • Fig 3.3 - Market Share of BIoT Contract 2014 & 2020
  • Fig 3.4 - The Global Market for BIoT & Big Data in Buildings 2015 - 2020, $Bn
  • Fig 3.5 - The Market for Big Data in Buildings by Region 2015 - 2020, % of Global Market, Revenue $Bn
  • Fig 3.6 - The Market for the BIOT & Big Data in Buildings - North America, 2015-2020, $Bn
  • Fig 3.7 - The Market for the BIOT & Big Data in Buildings - Latin America, 2015-2020, $Bn
  • Fig 3.8 - The Market for the BIOT & Big Data in Buildings - Asia Pacific, 2015-2020, $Bn
  • Fig 3.9 - The Market for the BIOT & Big Data in Buildings - Europe, 2015-2020, $Bn
  • Fig 3.10 - The Market for the BIOT & Big Data in Buildings - The Middle East & Africa, 2015-2020, $Bn
  • Fig 3.11 - World BIoT Sales 2014 - Market Share by Building Type
  • Fig 3.12 - Percentage of Companies Investing in IoT by Industry
  • Fig 3.13 - Economist Intelligence Unit - IoT Business Index
  • Fig 3.14 - Internet Enabled Devices in Buildings Currently Connected to Networks
  • Fig 4.1 - Distribution Channels for BAS Products 2014
  • Fig 5.1 - Wireless Sensor Network Providers' Target Internet of Things Markets
  • Fig 8.1 - Model of Integrated Building Services & Convergence with IT
  • Fig 9.1 - % of Global IoT Patent Applications, Selected Countries
  • Fig 10.1 - BIoT and Building Related Big Data Deals Completed from 2010 to 2014
  • Fig 10.2 - Private Equity and Venture Capital Investments, $m 2010 to 2014
  • Fig 10.3 - BIoT and Building Related Deals, Projection to 2020

List of Tables

  • Table 10.1 - Major M&A investors 2010 to Date
  • Table 10.2 - Leading VC Investments and Investors
  • Table 13.1 - Potential Merger & Acquisition Targets

Companies Mentioned Include (Among Others)

ABB / Acti / Acuity Brands / Allegion / Arecont / AutomatedLogic / Avigilon / Axis Communications / Bosch / Brivo / BuildingIQ / Canon / Cisco / CREE / Cylon Controls / Dahau / Delta Controls / Dialight / Digital Lumens / Distech Controls / Dropcam / DVTel / Ecova / EnergyCAP / EnerNOC / Enlighted / eSight Energy / FirstFuel / Flir / Genetec / Google / Gridpoint / Gunnebo / Harvard Engineering / HID Global / HIKVision / Honeywell / Infinova / Johnson Controls / Kaba / Lucid Design Group / Milestone Systems / Mobotix / Nest / Opower / Osram / Pacific Controls / Panasonic / Pelco / Philips Lighting / Priva / Qube/ Samsung / Schneider Electric / SCIenergy / Siemens / Sigfox / SmartThings / Sony / Stanley / TDSi / Toshiba / Tridium / Tyco / Ubiquiti / Uniview / UTC / Verisae / WEMS / Xtralis / Zwipe

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