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智能商業建築中的IoT - 預測COVID-19時代的市場:2020年∼2025年

The Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings 2020 to 2025: Market Prospects in the Age of Covid-19

出版商 Memoori Business Intelligence Ltd. 商品編碼 939767
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 217 Pages; 53 Charts & Tables
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智能商業建築中的IoT - 預測COVID-19時代的市場:2020年∼2025年 The Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings 2020 to 2025: Market Prospects in the Age of Covid-19
出版日期: 2020年06月01日內容資訊: 英文 217 Pages; 53 Charts & Tables
簡介

調查是提供客觀的2020年∼2025年為止的智能商業建築中的IoT 技術、網路、服務的市場評價。調查的對象地區是北美、拉丁美洲、歐洲、亞太地區、中東□非洲。

本報告是針對智能商業建築中的IoT (BIoT) 市場調查並分析智能商業建築中的市場規模與機會,提供有系統而完善的資訊情報。

目錄

第1章 IoT的主要原因

  • 傳感器和連接的設備
  • 數據整合與分析
  • 數據處理(雲/邊緣)
  • AI與機器學習

第2章 商業建築中的IoT (BIoT)

  • BIoT圖表
  • BIoT的供應鏈

第3章 2020年3月為止的市場狀況

  • IoT設備的預測
  • BIoT設備的預測
  • 數據數量
  • 市場採用
  • BIoT解決方案的成熟度
  • 連接情況

第4章 標準和協議

  • 開放標準的重要性
  • 智能建築協議
  • 智能建築數據管理□元數據
  • 智能建築API

第5章 COVID-19對市場的影響

  • 對全球經濟的影響
  • 對製造業與供應鏈的影響
  • 對技術與網路的影響
  • 網路威脅逐漸增加
  • 工作模式與行為的變化
  • 對建築物使用和需求的影響

第6章 BIoT市場應用

  • 保全□進入控制
  • 智能O&M
  • 佔用分析和人員流動
  • 衛生□健康□保健
  • 非接觸技術
  • 空氣品質□環境控制
  • 租戶體驗應用
  • 機器人技術
  • AV、帶路、標誌
  • 智能照明
  • 火災□安全

第7章 智能建築IoT平台

  • IoT平台
  • 平台生態系統
  • BIoT平台商品

第8章 業種市場分析

  • 商業大樓
  • 零售
  • 接待
  • 其他種類
  • 房地產管理□PropTech
  • 新蓋好 vs. 已蓋好的建築

第9章 全球BIoT市場預測

  • COVID-19情況
  • 市場收益預測
  • 市場收益:以硬體區分、以軟體區分、以服務區分

第10章 BIoT市場分析:以地區區分

  • 各地區比較
  • 北美
  • 拉丁美洲
  • 亞太地區
  • 歐洲
  • 中東□非洲

第11章 促進市場成長原因

  • 經濟□商業的促進因素
  • 技術的促進因素
  • 能源效率□環境的促進因素
  • 健康□福利的促進因素
  • 政策□規範的促進因素

第12章 市場的障礙□課題

  • 網路安全□數據隱私
  • 實施成本ROI
  • 知識□技術
  • 數據上的課題
  • 文化□管理的課題
  • 溝通□調整的課題

第13章 BIoT的競爭情況

  • 競合情勢
  • 戰略的提攜
目錄

"This Report is a new 2020 Study which Makes an Objective Assessment of the Market for Internet of Things Technologies, Networks and Services in Buildings 2020 to 2025"

Our 4th 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 upon the latest information. Regions for this edition of the study are spilt into 5 categories representing the international markets of North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific and The Middle East & Africa.

WHY DO YOU NEED THIS REPORT?

The publication of this report comes at a time of unprecedented challenge for society. As March of 2020 progressed, it became increasingly obvious, that the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 would go on to pose major challenges to all aspects of how we live and work in societies across the globe. The Built Environment will play a huge part in how we rise to meet these challenges.

Section 5 of the report is dedicated to helping readers adapt to the "new normal" and prepare for the future by understanding what the market impacts may be. This section will help the reader make sense of the economic, supply chain, technological, ways of working, and building usage impacts of COVID-19.

Fundamental changes to user interactions between buildings and the rest of society will need to be supported by new technology solutions, that help maintain hygiene, facilitate social distancing, and maintain building user trust and confidence in their places of work. The role of Smart Building Technologies in helping to mitigating the negative impacts of COVID-19 is investigated in section 6 of the report.

In order to account for market uncertainties and still provide valuable insight into the potential impact of the virus on BIoT technologies; In sections 9 and 10 of the report we consider best-case and worst-case scenarios, providing global and regional market forecasts to 2025.

A series of inter-related challenges (driven by the COVID-19 crisis) will make 2020 a tough year for the market for BIoT in smart commercial buildings, and we predict a drop in revenues compared to 2019. However over our forecast period (to 2025), we predict global growth of 11.6% in the best case, with overall market revenues rising from $42.8Bn in 2019 to $82.7Bn in 2025, versus 7.3% in the worst case, with more modest total revenues of $65.2Bn by 2025.

Our latest assessment of the number of connected devices in operation in the commercial smart building's vertical is for the installed base of connected devices to grow from 1.7 Billion in 2020 to just under 3 Billion by 2025 representing a CAGR of 10.8%. Sensors and devices to track occupancy movement and analytics look set to experience some the highest rates of growth over the forecast period at 14% per annum.

WITHIN ITS 217 PAGES AND 53 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 THIS GLOBAL IOT MARKET;

Significant revenue opportunities will still persist in 2020, particularly in relation to data analytics to support increased demands for space utilization analytics. Commercial building owners and occupiers will need spatial data analytics to review their ongoing property requirements and drive down property related expenditure.

We have also observed a notable trend towards the adoption and support of protocols that are prevalent in the wider IoT landscape and used for IT-oriented web services. Building services specific protocol standards were not initially designed for integration with wider IoT applications and regarded by some as either outdated or unduly "heavyweight". So use of IoT protocols such as MQTT, and AMQP is growing.

Some market frustration persists over the sheer number of competing platform solutions offering overlapping functionality to serve these demands. The 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.

While we expect consolidation in the wider platforms space, there remain considerable market opportunity for cloud-based software offerings for specialist applications or vertical markets. These can include vertical market specific analytics, third party service management, or building data monetization.

This report provides valuable information to companies so they 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 understand exactly how the Internet of Thing is impacting Commercial Real Estate will find it particularly useful.

COMPANIES MENTIONED INCLUDE (BUT NOT LIMITED TO);

  • 75F
  • ABB
  • ACA Engine
  • Accruent
  • Acuity Brands
  • Amazon
  • Axis Communications
  • bGrid
  • Bosch
  • Brivo
  • Camio
  • Canon
  • CapGemini
  • Carrier
  • CBRE
  • Cisco
  • Civic
  • Condeco
  • Cylon Controls
  • Dahua
  • Dell
  • Density
  • Distech Controls
  • EcoEnergy
  • Enlighted
  • Envizi
  • Everbridge
  • Facilio
  • Flir
  • Genetec
  • Gooee
  • Google
  • Here
  • HIKVision
  • Honeywell
  • HPE Aruba
  • Huawei
  • IBM
  • Infosys
  • Ingenu
  • Intel
  • IoTium
  • J2 Innovations
  • JLL
  • Joan
  • Johnson Controls
  • Kaspersky
  • Knotel
  • KONE
  • Legrand
  • Lone Rooftop
  • Lynxspring
  • Mapiq
  • Microsoft
  • Milestone Systems
  • Nemetschek (Spacewell)
  • OpenPath
  • Otis
  • Prescriptive Data
  • Proxy
  • Robin
  • SAP
  • Schindler
  • Schneider Electric
  • SenseTime
  • Siemens
  • Sigfox
  • Signify
  • Suprema
  • Switch Automation
  • Teem
  • Thoughtwire
  • Tridium
  • Urjanet
  • Vergesense
  • Vodafone
  • WeWork
  • Wiredscore
  • Wisesoft
  • Xicato
  • Zoom

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • The Executive Summary

1. Key Elements of the IoT

  • 1.1. Sensors & Connected Devices
  • 1.2. Data Integration & Analytics
  • 1.3. Data Processing (Cloud / Edge)
  • 1.4. AI & Machine Learning

2. The Building Internet of Things (BIoT)

  • 2.1. Mapping the BIoT
  • 2.2. The BIoT Supply Chain

3. The State of the Market to March 2020

  • 3.1. IoT Device Projections
  • 3.2. BIoT Device Projections
  • 3.3. Data Volumes
  • 3.4. Market Adoption
  • 3.5. BIoT Solution Maturity
  • 3.6. The Connectivity Landscape

4. Standards & Protocols

  • 4.1. The Importance of Open Standards
  • 4.2. Smart Building Protocols
  • 4.3. Building Data Management & Metadata
  • 4.4. Smart Building APIs

5. COVID-19 Market Impacts

  • 5.1. Global Economic Impacts
  • 5.2. Manufacturing & Supply Chain Impacts
  • 5.3. Technology and Network Implications
  • 5.4. An Increasing Cyber Threat
  • 5.5. Ways of Working & Behavioral Change
  • 5.6. Impacts on Building Usage & Demand

6. BIoT Market Applications

  • 6.1. Security & Access Control
  • 6.2. Smart Operations & Maintenance
  • 6.3. Occupancy Analytics & People Movement
  • 6.4. Hygiene, Health & Wellness
  • 6.5. Contactless Technologies
  • 6.6. Air Quality & Environmental Control
  • 6.7. Tenant Experience Apps
  • 6.8. Robotics
  • 6.9. AV, Wayfinding & Signage
  • 6.10. Smart Lighting
  • 6.11. Fire & Safety

7. Smart Building IoT Platforms

  • 7.1. IoT Platforms
  • 7.2. The Platform Ecosystem
  • 7.3. BIoT Platform Offerings

8. Vertical Market Analysis

  • 8.1. Commercial Offices
  • 8.2. Retail
  • 8.3. Hospitality
  • 8.4. Other Buildings
  • 8.5. Real Estate Management & Proptech
  • 8.6. New Buildings vs Existing Buildings

9. Global BIoT Market Forecasts

  • 9.1. COVID-19 Scenarios
  • 9.2. Market Revenue Projections
  • 9.3. Market Revenue by Hardware, Software & Services

10. BIoT Market Analysis by Region

  • 10.1. Regional Comparisons
  • 10.2. North America
  • 10.3. Latin America
  • 10.4. Asia Pacific
  • 10.5. Europe
  • 10.6. Middle East & Africa

11. Market Drivers

  • 11.1. Economic & Business Drivers
  • 11.2. Technology Drivers
  • 11.3. Energy Efficiency & Environmental Drivers
  • 11.4. Health & Wellbeing Drivers
  • 11.5. Policy & Regulatory Drivers

12. Market Barriers & Challenges

  • 12.1. Cybersecurity & Data Privacy
  • 12.2. Implementation Cost & ROI
  • 12.3. Knowledge & Skills
  • 12.4. Data Challenges
  • 12.5. Cultural & Governance Challenges
  • 12.6. Commissioning & Procurement Challenges

13. The BIoT Competitive Landscape

  • 13.1. The Competitive Landscape
  • 13.2. Partnering & Strategic Alliances

LIST OF CHARTS AND FIGURES

  • Fig 1.1 - Leading Cloud Infrastructure Service Providers
  • Fig 1.2 - Leading Edge Computing Applications
  • Fig 2.1 - The Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings 2020 v4.0
  • Fig 2.2 - The BIoT Supply Chain
  • Fig 3.1 - Global IoT Device Projections (Bn)
  • Fig 3.2 - Installed Base of IoT Devices, Commercial Smart Buildings (2020 - 2025, Mn)
  • Fig 3.3 - Commercial Smart Building IoT Devices by Application (2020 - 2025, Mn)
  • Fig 3.4 - Commercial Smart Building IoT Devices by Region (2020 - 2025, Mn)
  • Fig 3.5 - Commercial Smart Building IoT Device Projections by Market Vertical (2020 - 2025)
  • Fig 3.6 - IoT Adoption Rates, % of Decision Makers in Adoption
  • Fig 3.7 - IoT Adoption Rates by Industry
  • Fig 3.8 - IoT Adoption Rates by Geographic Market
  • Fig 3.9 - IoT Project Failure Rates, % of Projects Failed in the Trial / POC Phase
  • Fig 3.10 - Smart Building Solution Maturity
  • Fig 5.1 - GDP Growth Forecasts from leading banks and economic consultancies (22nd March to 1st April 2020)
  • Fig 5.2 - Global Composite PMI (April 2019 - March 2020)
  • Fig 5.3 - COVID-19 Containment Measure Effects on GDP
  • Fig 5.4 - COVID-19 Containment Measure Effects on Relevant Market Sectors
  • Fig 5.5 - COVID-19 Tech Sector Impacts
  • Fig 5.6 - US Network Activity Increases in the Initial Weeks of the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Fig 5.7 - Daily Property Sales in 30 Major Cities in China (% of 2019, units)
  • Fig 7.1 - IoT Platform Functionality
  • Fig 8.1 - Global Office Completions 2016 - 2020 (Mn Sq Ft)
  • Fig 8.2 - Flex Office Penetration (%)
  • Fig 8.3 - Hotel Occupancy Rates during the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Fig 9.1 - The Global Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings ($Bn, 2019-2025)
  • Fig 9.2 - The Global Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings: Best Case ($Bn, 2019-2025)
  • Fig 9.3 - Fig 9.2 - The Global Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings: Worst Case ($Bn, 2019-2025)
  • Fig 9.4 - BIoT Market Breakdown by Hardware, Software & Services (% of Total Market)
  • Fig 10.1 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Buildings by Region (2020-2025)
  • Fig 10.2 - US Concensus Construction Forecasts
  • Fig 10.3 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings - North America: Best Case (2019-2025, $Bn)
  • Fig 10.4 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings - North America: Worst Case (2019-2025, $Bn)
  • Fig 10.5 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings - Latin America: Best Case (2019-2025, $Bn)
  • Fig 10.6 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings - Latin America: Worst Case (2019-2025, $Bn)
  • Fig 10.7 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings - Asia Pacific: Best Case (2019-2025, $Bn)
  • Fig 10.8 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings - Asia Pacific: Worst Case (2019-2025, $Bn)
  • Fig 10.9 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings - Europe: Best Case (2019-2025, $Bn)
  • Fig 10.10 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings - Europe: Worst Case (2019-2025, $Bn)
  • Fig 10.11 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings - The Middle East & Africa: Best Case (2019-2025, $Bn)
  • Fig 10.12 - The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings - The Middle East & Africa: Worst Case (2019-2025, $Bn)
  • Fig 11.1 - Leading Drivers for IoT adoption
  • Fig 11.2 - Average IoT Sensor Costs 2004 - 2020, USD per Sensor
  • Fig 11.3 - Building Sector CO2 emissions, Gigatonnes
  • Fig 12.1 - Leading IoT Challenges
  • Fig 12.2 - Smart Building Cybersecurity Attack Vectors