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Worldwide, buildings consume approximately 42% of all electricity, surpassing any other asset. To achieve sustainable energy consumption levels, it is essential that appropriate and effective building management systems be employed. A building management system (BMS) is the core of a building automation system (BAS) in which a BAS includes connectivity of the various subsystems and applications such as HVAC and lighting controls. This study examines the existing market for Building Management Systems and the emerging potential for Building Automation Systems, both in new deployments and in retrofits to existing BMS. The report also outlines the technological, environmental and financial developments that are set to alter the landscape of the BMS market over the next five years.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  • Top Line Forecast
  • 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
    • 1.1. Energy Efficient Buildings
    • 1.2. Dynamics in the BMS Market
    • 1.3. BMS Market Changes
    • 1.4. BMS Market Issues
    • 1.5. Business Models and Monetization Opportunities
    • 1.6. Key Challenges Faced by the BMS Market
    • 1.7. Market Forecasts
  • 2. MARKET ISSUES
    • 2.1. Overview of the Building Solutions Market
    • 2.2. Existing BMS Market
    • 2.3. Drivers for Energy Efficiency in the BMS Market
    • 2.4. Legislative, Regulatory, and Other Drivers
    • 2.5. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA)
    • 2.6. Property-Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Program
    • 2.7. Better Buildings Initiative
    • 2.8. US Environmental Protection Agency's ENERGY STAR Program
    • 2.9. Role of US Department of Energy's Federal Energy Management Program
    • 2.10. Europe Energy Efficiency Action Plan
    • 2.11. Energy Savings Performance Contracts
    • 2.12. Energy Service Companies (ESCOs)
    • 2.13. Eco-Management and Audit Scheme
    • 2.14. Energy Performance of Buildings Directive
    • 2.15. Key Challenges Faced by the BMS Market
    • 2.16. Existing BMS Vendor Market
    • 2.17. A Seamless Entity: Unifying BMS and Enterprise IT Systems
    • 2.18. Enablers of Convergence
    • 2.19. Drivers of Integration
    • 2.20. Convergence Leads to a Divergence of Opportunities
    • 2.21. Overview of Energy Management System (EMS)
    • 2.22. EMS Landscape
    • 2.23. Next Generation BMS Platform
    • 2.24. ISO 50001 - An Energy Management Standard
    • 2.25. Smart Grid's Impact on Buildings
    • 2.26. Readiness of Buildings for Smart Grid
    • 2.27. Opportunities Arising from Smart Grid
    • 2.28. Dynamics of Wireless Sensor Networking in Building Automation
    • 2.29. Stakeholders Driving WSN
    • 2.30. Market Adoption Drivers
    • 2.31. Reduced Cost
    • 2.32. Flexibility in Installation
    • 2.33. New Applications and Flexibility
    • 2.34. WSN Opportunities
    • 2.35. WSN Market Challenges
    • 2.36. Main BMS Applications with an Impact on the Environment
    • 2.37. Application-Specific Controls
    • 2.38. Role of Standards
    • 2.39. Key Building Certification Programs and Organizations
    • 2.40. World Green Building Council
    • 2.41. BCA Green Mark
    • 2.42. BREEAM
    • 2.43. Green Globes
    • 2.44. LEED
  • 3. TECHNOLOGY ISSUES
    • 3.1. Overview of Building Management System Technologies
    • 3.2. Components of a Building Management System
    • 3.3. Management Plane
    • 3.4. Automation Plane
    • 3.5. Field Level
    • 3.6. Controllers and Devices Communications
    • 3.7. Key BMS Communications Protocols and Technologies
    • 3.8. BACnet Over IP
    • 3.9. LonTalk Over IP
    • 3.10. KNX
    • 3.11. Web Services
    • 3.12. Key Wireless Sensor Networking Technologies in BMS Applications
    • 3.13. WSN Protocols and Standards
    • 3.14. Key Buildings-to-Grid Protocols
  • 4. KEY INDUSTRY PLAYERS
    • 4.1. AirTest Technologies Inc
    • 4.2. BuildingIQ
    • 4.3. Cisco Systems, Inc
    • 4.4. Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA)
    • 4.5. Echelon Corporation
    • 4.6. EnerNOC Inc
    • 4.7. EnOcean GmbH
    • 4.8. Green Building Certification Institute
    • 4.9. Honeywell Building Control Systems
    • 4.10. IBM Corporation
    • 4.11. Invensys
    • 4.12. Johnson Controls Inc
    • 4.13. Scientific Conservation, Inc (SCI)
    • 4.14. Siemens Building Technologies
    • 4.15. TAC (Schneider Electric)
    • 4.16. Trane Global Control Systems
    • 4.17. Tridium Inc
    • 4.18. United Technologies (Carrier, Otis, UTC Fire & Security)
    • 4.19. ZigBee Alliance
  • 5. MARKET FORECASTS
    • 5.1. Overview
    • 5.2. BAS Revenue by Segment
    • 5.3. BAS Revenue by Region
    • 5.4. BAS Component Revenue by Region
    • 5.5. BAS Wired Field Equipment Revenues and Shipments by Region
    • 5.6. BAS Wired Field Equipment Revenues and Shipments by Vertical Market
    • 5.7. BAS Wired Field Equipment Revenues and Shipments by Application
    • 5.8. BAS Wireless Field Equipment Revenues and Shipments
    • 5.9. BAS Wireless Field Equipment Revenues and Shipments by Region
    • 5.10. BAS Wireless Field Equipment Revenue and Shipments by Vertical Market
    • 5.11. BAS Wireless Field Equipment Revenues by Application
  • 6. COMPANY DIRECTORY
  • 7. ACRONYMS
    • 7.1. Sources and Methodology
    • 7.2. Notes