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NEW YORK, Feb. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Commercial Building Automation Systems

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Security and Access, HVAC Controls, Fire and Life Safety, Building Management Systems, and Lighting Controls: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts

The market for commercial building automation systems is in the midst of revolutionary change in terms of technology and relevance to global energy management. From the 1970s until the mid-1990s, modern building automation consisted of individual systems with simple control panels for switches, timers, and alarms. Today's systems, however, are designed to perform much more complex tasks and play a central role in efficiency. Because commercial buildings consume roughly 23% of all electricity globally, the automation systems that improve, measure, and verify efficiency are a critical part of global energy management.

Today, there are two important trends driving the changes in building automation technology and adoption. The first is the expansive growth of the global building stock. In particular, China will be challenged to construct the equivalent of two Chicago-sized cities per year until 2025. This growth will be accompanied by an increasing number of national energy efficiency policies that will be enabled in part through building automation systems. The second important trend is the convergence of information technology (IT) data and building data. Building automation controls and field devices, which communicate via a range of protocols such as BACnet and LonWorks, are starting to be fitted with Internet Protocol capability so as to utilize the same protocols and infrastructure equipment as the IT network. In addition, the silos that have historically characterized IT, property management, software, and traditional BAS companies are disappearing. Companies such as IBM, Accenture, and Cisco that have deep experience in managed services and networking are seeing the building information systems created by automation systems as fertile ground for expansion.

This Pike Research report analyzes the global market for commercial building automation and management systems including security and access, HVAC controls, fire and life safety, building management systems, and lighting controls. The study examines current market conditions along with an assessment of the competitive landscape and technology issues that will affect the adoption and success of these systems. Market forecasts through 2021 are provided for seven global regions and five key market segments.

Key Questions Addressed:

* What is the state of convergence between enterprise information technology and building automation data?

* What is the total revenue potential for commercial building automation systems by application and geography?

* Which industry and market trends are guiding the development of building automation systems?

* How is the business model changing to deliver BAS information to the enterprise?

* Which companies are at the leading edge of product development?

* What are the geographic influences driving adoption of building automation systems and which regions are poised for highest growth rates?

* What are the fastest growing application segments for building automation systems and what are the key drivers in each segment?

Who needs this report?

* Commercial building automation system vendors

* Building owners and managers

* Manufacturers of devices and equipment that can be integrated into BAS systems

* Analytics and software vendors

* Networking technology companies

* Research organizations

* Government agencies

* Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1 Introduction and Scope of Report

1.2 Key Findings

1.3 Market Overview

1.4 Technology Overview

2. Market Issues

2.1 Introduction

2.2 System Terminology: Market Definitions for Building Automation Products and Services

2.2.1 Products

2.2.2 Building Automation System

2.2.3 Building Management System

2.2.4 Energy Management System

2.3 Services

2.4 Convergence of IT and BAS Data

2.5 The Business Model, Current and Future

2.6 Market Drivers

2.6.1 Legislative and Regulatory Codes

2.6.2 Visibility and Accountability

2.6.3 Energy Reduction and Operational Savings

2.6.4 LEED and Sustainability Certifications

2.7 Geographic Markets

2.7.1 North America

2.7.2 Latin America

2.7.3 The Middle East and Northern Africa

2.7.4 Central and South Africa

2.7.5 Asia Pacific

2.7.6 Europe

2.8 Building Management Systems Market Segmentation

2.8.1 Overview

2.8.2 Market Drivers

2.8.3 Future Trends

2.9 Building Automation Systems

2.9.1 HVAC Controls

2.9.1.1 Overview

2.9.1.2 Market Drivers

2.9.1.3 Future Trends

2.9.2 Lighting Controls

2.9.2.1 Overview

2.9.2.2 Market Drivers

2.9.2.3 Future Trends

2.9.3 Security and Access

2.9.3.1 Overview

2.9.3.2 Market Drivers

2.9.3.3 Future Trends

2.9.4 Fire and Life Safety

2.9.4.1 Overview

2.9.4.2 Market Drivers

2.9.4.3 Future Trends

2.10 Competitive Landscape

2.10.1 Recent Important M&A Activity

2.10.2 Gap Analysis: Opportunities for Growth

2.10.3 Competitive Capability Map

3. Technology Issues

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Scope of Technology

3.2.1 HVAC Controls

3.2.2 Lighting Controls

3.2.3 Security and Access Controls

3.2.4 Fire and Life Safety Controls

3.2.5 Building Management Systems

3.3 Open versus Proprietary Protocols

3.3.1 BACnet

3.3.2 LonWorks

3.3.3 Modbus

3.3.4 Metasys N2

3.4 Internet Protocol

3.5 BAS Network Topology and Infrastructure

3.6 Wireless Controls

3.7 Training and Education

3.8 Changing Delivery Model

4. Key Industry Players

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Global Equipment and Service Providers

4.2.1 Honeywell International Inc.

4.2.2 IBM

4.2.3 Ingersoll Rand plc (Trane)

4.2.4 Johnson Controls Inc.

4.2.5 Schneider Electric SA

4.2.6 Siemens AG (Siemens Building Technologies)

4.2.7 United Technologies Corporation

4.3 Selected Analytics and SaaS Providers

4.3.1 Cimetrics

4.3.2 Connexx Energy Inc.

4.3.3 EnerNOC

4.3.4 Indie Energy Network

4.3.5 Noesis Energy

4.3.6 SkyFoundry, LLC

4.4 Lighting BAS Providers

4.4.1 Daintree Networks

4.4.2 Hubbell Building Automation, Inc.

4.4.3 WattStopper

4.5 Other Significant Market Players

4.5.1 Aircuity

4.5.2 Delta Controls

4.5.3 Echelon

4.5.4 Jones Lang LaSalle

5. Market Forecasts

5.1 Scope and Methods of Forecasting

5.2 Analysis and Forecasting

5.2.1 Asia (China) Dominates Global Growth

5.2.2 BAS Penetration Rate

5.2.3 BAS Penetration in New versus Existing Buildings

5.2.4 Market Attractiveness

5.2.5 Regional Forecast for BAS Types

6. Company Directory

7. Acronym and Abbreviation List

8. Table of Contents

9. Table of Charts and Figures

10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

• BAS Market Size by Region, World Markets: 2011-2021

• BAS Market Size by Control System, World Markets: 2011-2021

• CBAS Market Growth Rate, North America: 2011-2021

• CBAS Market Growth Rate, Latin America: 2011-2021

• CBAS Market Growth Rate, Middle East and Northern Africa: 2011-2021

• CBAS Market Growth Rate, Central and South Africa: 2011-2021

• CBAS Market Growth Rate, Asia Pacific: 2011-2021

• CBAS Market Growth Rate, Europe: 2011-2021

• Building Management Systems Revenue, World Markets: 2011-2021

• HVAC Systems Revenue, World Markets: 2011-2021

• Division of Revenue Sources for HVAC BAS, World Markets: 2010

• Commercial Lighting Controls Revenue, World Markets: 2011-2021

• Commercial Security Systems Revenue, World Markets: 2011-2021

• Division of Revenue Sources for Commercial Security Systems, World Markets: 2010

• Fire and Life Safety Controls Systems Revenue, World Markets: 2011-2021

• Division of Revenue Sources for Fire and Life Safety BAS, World Markets: 2010

• Relative Size of the CBAS Market by Region: 2011

• Relative Growth in the CBAS by Region: 2021

• BAS Penetration Rate by Region: 2011-2021

• BAS Market Size by Region: 2011-2021

• Commercial Building Automation Revenue by Segment, North America: 2011-2021

• Commercial Building Automation Revenue by Segment, Latin America: 2011-2021

• Commercial Building Automation Revenue by Segment, Middle East: 2011-2021

• Commercial Building Automation Revenue by Segment, Africa: 2011-2021

• Commercial Building Automation Revenue by Segment, Asia Pacific: 2011-2021

• Commercial Building Automation Revenue by Segment, Western Europe: 2011-2021

• Commercial Building Automation Revenue by Segment, Eastern Europe: 2011-2021

• Schematic of System Definitions

• Convergence of BAS and IT Infrastructures

• Perceptual Map of Typical Key Market Players

• State Energy Code Status: 2007

• State Energy Code Status: 2011

• Market Power versus Association with Convergence

• Competitive Map of Major Industry Players

• Echelon Fee Structure

• Standard Network Star Topology

• Bus Topology (left) and Ring Topology (right)

• Free Topology Network

• BAS Penetration Rate in New Vs. Existing Buildings

• BAS Market Attractiveness Map

List of Tables

• Examples and Description of BAS Architecture

• Important Recent M&A Activity in the BAS Market

• Wireless BAS Protocol Features

• Commercial Building Automation Revenue by Segment, World Markets: 2011-2021

• BAS Market by Region, World Markets: 2011-2021

• Commercial Building Automation Revenue by Segment, North America: 2011-2021

• Commercial Building Automation Revenue by Segment, Latin America: 2011-2021

• Commercial Building Automation Revenue by Segment, Middle East: 2011-2021

• Commercial Building Automation Revenue by Segment, Africa: 2011-2021

• Commercial Building Automation Revenue by Segment, Asia Pacific: 2011-2021

• Commercial Building Automation Revenue by Segment, Western Europe: 2011-2021

• Commercial Building Automation Revenue by Segment, Eastern Europe: 2011-2021

• Honeywell SWOT Analysis

• IBM SWOT Analysis

• Ingersoll Rand SWOT Analysis

• Johnson Controls SWOT Analysis

• Schneider Electric SWOT Analysis

• Siemens SWOT Analysis

• UTC SWOT Analysis

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