This Report is the NEW 2015 Definitive Resource for Understanding the Market Prospects & Investment Opportunities for Big Data Software in Smart Buildings.
The report focuses on market sizing and opportunities for Smart Commercial Buildings, providing a fresh market assessment based on the latest information. It contains original analysis & forecasts as well as a comprehensive assessment of the competitive landscape and crucial insights into what is driving M&A and investments into the market. It is based on interviews with BAS manufacturers, technology firms, software providers, middleware companies, consultants and end users of building systems to achieve a complete & rounded view of the market.
Why do you Need this Market Research Report?
- This report will help stakeholders and investors interested in Big Data software to identify emerging trends and business opportunities in the market. Huge volumes of data are being generated by services like Video Surveillance; how will this data be processed and used?
- It documents the current size of the market in terms of enablement hardware, networking, software, discovery & analytics, and cloud services as well as providing forecasts of demand to 2020.
- Understand competitive threats with our detailed market analysis, gain a broader understanding of what drives investments in the market and plan your corporate strategy with our expert qualitative analysis and growth projections .
In order to properly segment and analyze the market for Big Data in Smart Buildings, we must first understand the IOT and Big Data Supply Chain. At Memoori we have divided this supply chain into 4 separate contracts. The focus for this report will be the range of big data software and value add services that make up contract 4 - "Big Data & Cloud Based Services".
Our previous report, published in Q3 of 2014 entitled "The Internet of Things in Smart Buildings 2014 to 2020 " focused on contracts 3 and 4 in the supply chain, and our forthcoming annual report on BAS market forecasts will focus on contract 1.
To assess the market potential of the elements and services that make up the Building Internet of Things (BIOT) and Big Data, both the cost requirement of adding connectivity through sensors to existing or newly installed building systems, as well as projecting the growth in related network hardware and IoT data services have been assessed. Of the 3 markets that make up the BIoT, we expect enablement hardware (sensors, actuators, switches etc) to grow at the slowest rate, from a value of $8.38 Billion in 2015, to $14.25 Billion in 2020,which represents a CAGR of 12%.
Within its 224 pages and 34 charts and tables, the report sieves out ALL the key facts and draws conclusions, so you can understand what is shaping the future of the Smart Building Industry;
- As the huge volumes of data generated by the IoT increase particularly in areas like Video Surveillance, investments in network services and related hardware will be critical to successful IoT and Big Data deployments for most companies. We see this market growing from a 2015 value of $13.35 Billion in 2015 to over $32 Billion by 2020, an impressive CAGR of 22.6%.
- Whilst the market for Big Data and Cloud Based Software and Services is still nascent, and in 2014 was the smallest of our 3 segments at only $5.2 Billion, we see growth in this area being the most pronounced; driven by falling technology costs, improved confidence in the emerging solutions and improving ROIs.
- Therefore we estimate that the market for Big Data and Cloud Based Software and Services in Smart Buildings will grow to over $9.17 Billion in 2015 and at a rate of 33.2% CAGR to nearly $30 Billion by 2020.
Starting from only USD $999 this report provides valuable information into how Big Data software companies can develop business in the Smart Building Industry through Merger, Acquisition and Alliance.
Who Should Buy this Report?
The report focuses on market sizing and opportunities for Smart Commercial Buildings , providing a fresh market assessment based upon the latest information. The information will be of value to all those engaged in managing, operating and investing in Big Data Software companies (and their advisors) around the world. In particular those wishing to develop their business within the Smart Building Industry will find it particularly useful.
Table of Contents
The Executive Summary
1. Introduction: Big Data, Buildings & the IoT
- 1.1 An Introduction to Big Data
- 1.2 Enabling Technologies
- 1.2.1 The IoT & BIoT
- 1.2.2 Cloud
- 1.2.3 Big Data Analytics
- 1.2.4 Mobility
- 1.3 Big Data for Smart Buildings
- 1.4 Market Structure
- 1.4.1 BAS without IoT Connectivity
- 1.4.2 Enablement Hardware
- 1.4.3 Network Services & Related Hardware
- 1.4.4 Big Data & Cloud Based Software Service
- 1.5 The Opportunity at Stake
- 1.6 Market Opportunities by Vertical
- 1.6.1 Retail
- 1.6.2 Healthcare
- 1.6.3 Education
- 1.6.4 Hospitality
- 1.6.5 Real Estate
- 1.7 Investments & Preparedness by Vertical
2. The Global Market - Sizing & Growth Projections
3. Market Analysis by Region
- 3.1 North America
- 3.2 Latin America
- 3.3 Asia Pacific
- 3.4 Europe
- 3.5 The Middle East & Africa
4. Drivers, Challenges & Trends
- 4.1 Market Drivers
- 4.1.1 Economic & Business Drivers
- 4.1.2 Energy Efficiency & Environmental Drivers
- 4.1.3 Standards & Regulatory Drivers
- 4.2 Barriers & Challenges
- 4.2.1 Retrofit vs New Build
- 4.2.2 Diverse Networking Technologies, Standards & Protocols
- 4.2.3 Security & Privacy
- 4.2.4 Data Ownership & Control
- 4.2.5 Network & Hardware Capacity
- 4.2.6 Data Volume & Complexity
- 4.2.7 Skills & Talent
- 4.2.8 Budget Constraints
5. Routes to Market & Competitive Offerings
- 5.1 Industry Convergence Trends
- 5.2 Big Data Start Ups
- 5.3 Industry Specific Solutions
- 5.3.1 Dashboards & Data Visualization
- 5.3.2 Energy Management (BEMS)
- 5.3.3 Building Automation, including Asset Performance, Utilization & Fault Detection
- 5.3.4 Lighting Management & Control
- 5.3.5 Sustainability, Environmental Management & Compliance
- 5.3.6 Water management
- 5.3.7 Space, Occupancy & Workplace Management
- 5.3.8 Building Security & Access Control
- 5.3.9 Vertical Market Targeted Offerings
- 5.3.10 Additional Areas
- 5.4 The Wider Big Data Market
- 5.5 Systems Integration
- 5.6 Delivery Mechanisms
- 5.6.1 In House
- 5.6.2 SaaS
- 5.6.3 Edge Software & Processing
- 5.6.4 Everything else "as a service"
- 5.7 Emerging Value Add Solutions
- 5.8 Critical Success Factors
- 5.8.1 For Systems Vendors & Systems Integrators
- 5.8.2 For Businesses, Building Owners & Operators
- 5.8.3 For Both
6. The Investment Market
- 6.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
- 6.2 BIoT & Big Data Investment Deals
- 6.3 BIoT & Big Data Deals Analysis
- 6.4 Private Equity & Venture Capital Analysis
- 6.5 Investment Market & M&A Forecast
- A1 - Company Profiles - Big Data Players
- A2 - Company Profiles - Building Market Players
- A3 - M&A and Investments in BIoT & Big Data Companies - 2013 to Date
- A4 - Venture Capital Companies & Their BIoT & Big Data Investments
List of Charts and Figures
- Fig 1.1 - An Explosion in Data Volumes - Data in Zettabytes (ZB)
- Fig 1.2 - Data Stored in 2010 - Selected Regions (PetaBytes)
- Fig 1.3 - An Overview of the Internet of Things Market by Vertical, 2015 and 2020, $B
- Fig 1.4 - Mobile Access to Building Data
- Fig 1.5 - The Value Potential of Big Data Investment by Industry
- Fig 1.6 - 2014 World BAS Sales by Building Type, $Bn Selected Verticals
- Fig 1.7 - Big Data Investments by Industry, % of Respondents
- Fig 2.1 - The Global Market for BIoT & Big Data in Buildings 2015 to 2020, $B
- Fig 2.2 - Big Data & Cloud Based Software & Services - Market Prospects, $B
- Fig 3.1 - Big Data Investments by Region, % of Respondents
- Fig 3.2 - Construction Output Growth Forecasts, 2015 - 2020 (Average % PA Rates of Change)
- Fig 3.3 - The Market for Big Data in Buildings by Region, 2015 - 2020, % of Global Market, Revenue $B
- Fig 4.1 - Internet Enabled Devices in Buildings Currently Connected to Networks (Selected Systems)
- Fig 4.2 - Building Energy Demand - Combined Residential Commercial & Industrial (Quadrillion BTUS)
- Fig 4.3 - Top Challenges Facing Big Data Initiatives, % of Respondents selecting this as the Top Challenge
- Fig 5.1 - Perceptions of Who will be Making Money with the IoT
- Fig 6.1 - BIoT and Building Related Big Data Deals Completed from 2010 to 2014
- Fig 6.2 - Deals by Primary Driver - 2010 to 2014
- Fig 6.3 - Private Equity and Venture Capital Investments, $M, 2010 to 2014
- Fig 6.4 - BIoT and Building Related Deals Projection to 2020
List of Tables
- Table 1 - Industry Alliances and Consortia
- Table 2 - Government Big Data Support Programs
- Table 3 - Building Related Open Big Data Initiatives
- Table 4 - Comparison of Key Wireless Standards
- Table 5 - Common Dashboard & Data Visualization Functionality
- Table 6 - Vertical Market Opportunities
- Table 7 - Additional Market Opportunities
- Table 8 - Everything else "as a Service"
- Table 9 - Major M&A investors 2010 to Date
- Table 10 - Leading VC Investments and Investors