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Threats / Opportunities for Building Automation Systems* (BACS) - Latest update July 2015.

This report provides you with insights into the growing range of trends and developments affecting BACS, including:

  1. Key companies likely to enter the “regular” BACS market
  2. The impact of greater HVAC “intelligence”.
  3. How BACS-equipped variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems in the $9bn VRF market are affecting the HVAC and BEMS markets.
  4. Increasing penetration of residential controls and communicating controllers in the light commercial sector.
  5. The potential role of communicating room controllers
  6. The BACS potential for Telcos and other utilities 
  7. Third party software applications and big data
  8. The cyber-security threat to automated buildings
  9. The potential role of facilities management companies
  10. The potential role of Technical Infrastructure support companies
  11. The potential role of energy service companies
  12. The impact of  the cloud on BACS
  13. The impact of LED lighting  
  14. New entrants from China, India and Brazil
  15. 15. New alliances and mergers
  16. BACS suppliers and the wider automation opportunity

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Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) Opportunities - Updated July 2015

The BEMS global market is already worth some $3.6 Billion. Nearly half of total revenue is generated within the European Union, growing at some 10% annually, driven principally by the need to comply with legislative and regulatory measures, and by concerns over the rising cost of energy, often imported from high risk regions. North America accounts for over 30% of the world market, and its value has  increased by more than 50% since 2010, primarily driven by Federal and State-specific measures.  The rest of the world is rapidly catching up, especially as major emerging economies aim to address issues around energy efficiency and pollution.

The latest update of the report includes updated assessments of the global market and the position of the market leaders, and examines the influence of standards and the importance of qualifications.

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Smart  Evolution 2015: Convergence of Smart Technologies: Towards The Internet of Everything - August 2015

In recent years a number of “smart” concepts have emerged in buildings and infrastructure, most obviously: smart devices and smart  appliances as well as smart meters, smart vehicles, smart buildings and homes, and the smart grid, extending to the wider domains of smart cities and smart government . With the development of the Internet of

Things these technologies are increasingly interlinked, with the exchange, analysis of data becoming ever more central to making intelligent decisions. This study considers the forces driving these smart technologies, how they overlap and interact, the impact they are having and which organisations are best placed to lead this development.

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Energy Storage Market for the Grid and On-site PV 2013 - November 2013

Considers the state of this emerging market. With ever more reliance on fluctuating energy such as wind and solar there is a big drive towards battery usage and major advances in technology with batteries used across the whole grid and building landscape.

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Micro Grids and Decentralised Energy Generation: World Trends, Developments, and Perspectives (2012 – 2017) - July 2013

Micro-grids are a sub-set of the expanding and increasingly important small scale decentralised (distributed) energy market. In a decentralised energy market, most of the distributed sources act only as generation units and never act as loads on the grid. Microgrids are a new method of increasing a localised grouping of small-scale generating units, energy storage, and loads that normally operate connected to a traditional centralised grid but is capable of self-islanding and working in an autonomous regime. Buildings and homes will become ever more integrated in generating their own power and selling power from a networked series of units across a community to the grid.

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