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The Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings 2018 to 2022

The Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings 2018 to 2022

Our 3rd 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 market 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.


1. Key Elements of the BIoT
1.1 Sensors & Connected Devices
1.2 Data Integration & Analytics
1.3 Data Processing (Cloud / Edge)
1.4 Mobility
1.5 AI & Machine Learning
2. The Building Internet of Things (BIoT)
2.1 The BIoT Supply Chain
2.2 Big Data Sources in Smart Buildings
3. The State of the Market
3.1 The Focus Shifts from Technologies to Outcomes
3.2 Market Adoption Rates and Investments Prospects
3.3 Failure Rates and Critical Success Factors
3.4 Connected Devices and Data Gathering in Smart Buildings
3.5 IoT Platforms Status
3.6 Connectivity Standards & Protocols
3.7 Industry Alliances & Consortia
3.8 Transitioning from BAS to BIoT
3.9 Cyber Security
3.10 Regulations & Legislation
4. BIoT Applications & Vertical Market Opportunities
4.1 General Smart Building Applications
4.2 Retail
4.3 Hospitality
4.4 Offices
4.5 The Market for Small and Medium Sized Commercial Buildings
5. The Global BIoT Market – Sizing & Growth Projections
6. BIoT Market Analysis by Region
6.1 Regional Comparisons
6.2 North America
6.3 Latin America
6.4 Asia Pacific
6.5 Europe
6.6 Middle East & Africa
7. Market Drivers
7.1 Economic & Business Drivers
7.2 Technology Drivers
7.3 Energy Efficiency & Environmental Drivers
7.4 Government Support Programs
8. Market Barriers
8.1 Challenges Analysis
8.2 Cyber Security & Data Privacy
8.3 Implementation Cost & ROI
8.4 Knowledge & Skills
8.5 Data Challenges
8.6 Cultural & Governance Challenges
8.7 Standards Challenges
8.8 Infrastructure Constraints
9. The BIoT Ecosystem
9.1 Evolving Business Models
9.2 Vertical Specific Specializations
9.3 Partnering & Strategic Alliances
9.4 Strategies & Positioning of The Major Players
10. IP & Patents
11. BIoT Deals Analysis
11.1 Overall Deals Analysis
11.2 Mergers & Acquisitions
11.3 Venture Capital Investment Analysis
Appendix
A1 – Building Systems Vendor Acquisitions, Investments & Partnerships
A2 – ICT Vendor Acquisitions, Investments & Partnerships
A3 – Partnerships & Strategic Alliances Summary
A4 – M&A and Investments in BIoT Companies in 2017
A5 – Leading Venture Capital Companies & Their BIoT Investments (2012 to May 2018)
List of Charts and Figures
Fig 1.1 – The IoT World Forum IoT Reference Model
Fig 1.2 – Leading IoT Cloud Service Providers
Fig 1.3 – The Value of Multi-Access Edge Computing to Future Applications Success
Fig 1.4 – Future AI Demand Trajectory
Fig 1.5 – The Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings 2018 v3.0
Fig 2.1 – The BIoT and Big Data Value Chain
Fig 2.2 – Big Data Sources in Smart Buildings
Fig 3.1 – IoT Adoption Rates by Industry
Fig 3.2 – IoT Investments by Industry
Fig 3.3 – Global IoT Device Projections (Billions) 2017 to 2022
Fig 3.4 – IoT Devices by Connectivity Type
Fig 3.5 – Smart City Related IoT Device Projections by Vertical Market 2017 to 2022 (Millions of Devices)
Fig 3.6 – IoT Devices by Applications in Smart Commercial Buildings 2020
Fig 3.7 – Current Levels of Smart Building Systems Integration, Selected Applications
Fig 3.8 – IoT Devices by Region, Smart Commercial Buildings 2017 to 2020
Fig 3.9 – IoT Platform Functionality
Fig 3.10 – Leading IoT Connectivity Protocols
Fig 3.11 – Comparative Analysis of Leading Smart Building Wireless Protocols
Fig 3.12 – A Mapping of IoT Alliances and Consortia
Fig 3.13 – Alliance and Consortium Membership of the Major BIoT Players
Fig 3.14 – The Transition from BAS to BIoT
Fig 3.15 – A Layered Approach to Smart Building Cyber Security
Fig 3.16 – Global Market for Cyber Security in Smart Commercial Buildings 2016 to 2021
Fig 3.17 – Building Elements Perceived to be at High Cyber Security Risk
Fig 3.18 – Security Rating by Vertical
Fig 4.1 – The IoT’s Potential Economic Impact by Vertical, Financial Impact by 2025 ($ Billions)
Fig 4.2 – Leading Retail IoT Investments by 2021 (% of Respondents)
Fig 4.3 – Leading Technology Related Strategic Goals in the Hospitality Sector
Fig 5.1 – The Global Building Systems Market ($ Bn)
Fig 5.2 – The Global Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings 2017 to 2022 ($ Bn)
Fig 5.3 – BIoT Market Breakdown by Hardware, Software and Services ($ Billions)
Fig 6.1 – Regional BIoT Growth Indicators
Fig 6.2 – Global Connectivity Index Rating (Selected Countries)
Fig 6.3 – The Market for the Internet of Things in Buildings by Region 2017 to 2022 (% of Global Market, % of Connections)
Fig 6.5 – The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings, North America, 2017 to 2022 ($ Bn)
Fig 6.6 – The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings, Latin America, 2017 to 2022 ($ Bn)
Fig 6.7 – The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings, Asia Pacific, 2017 to 2022 ($ Bn)
Fig 6.8 – The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings, Europe, 2017 to 2022 ($ Bn)
Fig 6.9 – The Market for the Internet of Things in Smart Commercial Buildings, Middle East & Africa, 2017 to 2022 ($ Bn)

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