Remote Services for Building Automation—Operating Platforms and Business Models
Customer friendliness and flexible business models and subscriptions for remote building automation (BA) services via platform-based solutions will be the key differentiators to increase market adoption.
Critical infrastructure such as data centres, healthcare buildings, and financial institutions should be the short-term targets for BA companies to promote remote services.
Networking of buildings, building systems data, and portfolio-wide energy management will be the key developments to focus on for long-term business models.
Performance, application, service, and functionality-specific remote BA services will be the main future business models.
The US, the UK, Germany, and Australia show high-growth potential in the short term, while Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Scandinavia, and China will offer medium to long-term growth potential for remote BA services.
About this report
Connectivity, convergence, and interoperability are driving the next generation of building automation systems (BAS). Enabled by cloud-hosted solutions and new business models, the next wave of growth in the BAS industry will come from remote monitoring value propositions where customers can benefit from enhanced data analytics, better functionality, increased user-friendliness, and lower overall costs. This Market Insight explores the activities of the main suppliers to this industry, and analyses the main trends and opportunities arising from the deployment of new technologies and business models.
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