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Thomas Barquin

Thomas Barquin

Thomas Barquin is a senior analyst in the home, building and city technologies group at IHS Markit.

Mr. Barquin is responsible for the research and analysis of the worldwide smart buildings market. Prior to joining IHS Markit in 2019, he was part of the management team at a specialist consultancy serving the building and energy products industry. He was responsible for the design and delivery of custom research, including international projects, and previously gained experience in conducting commercial and strategic studies across international markets. Mr. Barquin holds a master's degree (Master 2) in business and tax law from the University Montesquieu Bordeaux IV, France, with the Corporate Legal Advisor’s Diploma (DJCE). He is based in IHS Markit’s London office.


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Smart building business model insights

IHS Markit Technology (now part of Informa Tech) have just published the ‘Smart Buildings Business Models Market Brief – 2019’ and we would like to share with you an interesting summary on the different business models currently used by Smart Buildings vendors.

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Building, Home & City Technology
Smart Buildings Business Models Market Brief - 2019

​​This report provides a detailed analysis of business models used in current Smart Buildings developments. It provides insight on how organizations can leverage technologies used in Smart Buildings initiatives to generate revenue.

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Building, Home & City Technology
HVAC Equipment Market Brief - 2019

This market brief provides a comprehensive overview of the global market for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment from a revenue perspective. It draws on the key findings of the first two editions of the HVAC equipment and services report. The first editions of the report were published in 2015 and the second in 2018.

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Enterprise & IT
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