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With Asia on the rise, global smart speaker revenue reached $7.9 billion in 2018February 06, 2019Smart speakers and digital assistants catapulted consumer home automation from the fringe to the mainstream. Now regions outside of North America are looking to reap the benefits of voice technology.
Smart home and appliances tackle analytics at CES 2019January 17, 2019At CES 2019, there was no shortage of exciting news and buzz for smart home and appliances. Lighting, security cameras, software integrations and voice assistants took center stage in smart home announcements, while for appliances, the big news was on displays, artificial intelligence (AI) and guided cooking.
Why connectivity is driving major changes in the Latin America fire equipment marketOctober 31, 2018The global market for fire detection and suppression equipment connected through building management system (BMS) platforms reached $700.8 million in 2017 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.6 percent, through 2022. This rise in connectivity can be seen across all global regions, including Latin America.
Samsung Galaxy Home: Compelling, but LateAugust 16, 2018As a result of a late start, it will be difficult for Samsung to compete with Amazon and Google in the short term.Subscribers Only
Electronic access control integration is the first stop on the road to smarter buildingsAugust 08, 2018Electronic access control systems are the leading type of security system being integrated into building management system (BMS) platforms. In fact, 29.6 percent of access control equipment shipments — including readers, door controllers and electronic locks — were installed and connected to a BMS platform in 2017.
Siemens expands its smart buildings presence through its acquisition of Building RoboticsJune 27, 2018On June 26th, 2018, Siemens Building Technologies Division announced its intention to acquire Building Robotics Inc., a vendor responsible for the smart workplace application, Comfy. This is the third smart buildings acquisition Siemens has announced this year, having also acquired Enlighted and J2 Innovations in the past two months.
Amazon solidifies its smart speaker portfolio with Alexa for HospitalityJune 20, 2018On June 19, 2018, Amazon announced Alexa for Hospitality, a new version of its Alexa voice assistant, tailored and optimized to support unique interactions with hotel guests.
IBCon to Showcase the Age of Acceleration for Smart Building ProjectsMay 21, 2018IBCon is a leading forum on the next generation of intelligent, connected, and open architected buildings. This year’s theme for the conference identifies 2018 as the beginning of a new “Age of Acceleration,” marked by innovative IoT-enabled products and the use of artificial intelligence in building management system (BMS) platforms. These advances, in turn, will pave the way for dramatic changes in the operational capabilities of energy and security systems in commercial buildings.
More than 900,000 smart speakers to be used in healthcare facilities by 2021April 26, 2018Over the next five years, a majority of smart speakers will be sold to residential end-users, and penetration rates of smart speakers in commercial buildings are not anticipated to match rates in homes. However, building owners in healthcare, which represent the fastest-growing market vertical for smart building projects, are expected to be forerunners in adopting smart speakers in commercial applications.
Advanced Analytics in Building Automation Systems and Smart BuildingsFebruary 26, 2018In 2017, global building automation equipment revenue totaled $5.4 billion, growing 3.8 percent from the previous year. This figure includes the sales of sensors, controllers, actuators, and gateways that are utilized in building automation systems that monitor and regulate the climate in commercial buildings.
Building Automation - VisualsFebruary 02, 2018Over the past decade, the market for building automation equipment has slowly but steadily grown, led by an increase in retrofit projects in North America and Western Europe, as well as new construction in emerging countries like China and India. However, the maturation of the building automation equipment market has led to new innovations from potential disruptors.
The future of building automation analytics: The cloud, the edge, or both?December 18, 2017Building automation software suppliers will increasingly rely upon cloud and edge system architectures as a focal point of system analytics, to facilitate more complex computations and offer customers superior data accessibility and security
Smaller building installations driving slow but steady growth in the building automation equipment marketNovember 29, 2017In 2017, global building automation equipment revenue totaled $5.4 billion, growing 3.8 percent from the previous year. More than 35 percent of revenue was invested in equipment for systems in small and mid-sized buildings under 200,000 square feet.
Growth Projections and Smart Thermostats: What Makes Sense?November 19, 2015With the introduction of the Nest Learning Thermostat in 2011, many manufacturers have brought connected and smart thermostats to the market, in an attempt to capture or maintain market share. Their assumption is that these devices will dominate the thermostats market in five to 10 years.
Smart and Connected Thermostats Both Provide Different Opportunities for ManufacturersSeptember 25, 2015Many thermostat manufacturers are bringing Web-connected smart thermostats to the market, to compete with the Nest Learning Thermostat. Multi-service operators (MSOs), home security monitoring services and other smart home device manufacturers are taking a different approach -- using connected thermostats as part of a wider smart-home system.
Thermostats - Regional Growth ProfileSeptember 14, 2015The market sizes ($M) and growth trajectories of connected and smart thermostats varies greatly by country and region. This interactive chart shows smart thermostats on the vertical axis with connected thermostats represented on the horizontal axis.
What’s in a name? “Connected” Versus “Smart” ThermostatsAugust 20, 2015When Nest Labs introduced the Nest Learning Thermostat in 2011, the company awakened a dormant thermostat industry. In the prior few decades, consumers had not seen much improvement in thermostats, and the improvements that did occur were more cosmetic than functional...
Effects of the Apple and Ecobee Agreement on the Smart Thermostat IndustryJuly 17, 2015Last week Ecobee, Inc. announced that their new smart thermostat, the Ecobee 3, will be sold at Apple Stores in the United States. This is the first Ecobee thermostat sold by Apple that is the HomeKit enabled.
How will Integrated Mass Notification Systems Change the Industry?June 12, 2015The mass notification systems (MNS) market has historically been segmented between indoor, wide-area, and distributed recipient notification hardware and software. In its most recent report on the MNS market IHS found that some end users are beginning to install integrated MNS solutions that use a combination of indoor, wide-area, and distributed recipient notification technologies to ensure notifications reach the largest number of people.
Slower Adoption of Mass Notification Apps Despite Increased Software FunctionalityMay 14, 2015Sending notifications in the event of an emergency remains a critical function of public and private organizations. To increase the functionality of mass notification systems (MNS), many software suppliers have developed apps intended to streamline notifications at the organizational level and customize notifications at the recipient level.Subscribers Only