Building Technologies

More from:

Research on building technologies spanning building automation equipment, components, and services, including smart building integration
Insights

Analyst Insights View All (8)

  • Omar Talpur | April 01, 2015
    A common misconception for the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment market is that developing countries comprise the greatest market opportunity; however, IHS recently found abundant potential in mature countries, such as Germany.
    Subscribers Only
  • Omar Talpur | March 18, 2015
    Over the past five years, variable refrigerant flow (VRF) technology has received increased interest in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) industry due to its highly touted energy efficiency over traditional split system-ducted air conditioners commonly used in the United States.
    Subscribers Only
  • Omar Talpur | January 06, 2015
    Wireless sensors have become very attractive products in the HVAC controls market over the past few years as architects and building owners have begun to work more closely together in order to preserve the structure of older buildings and improve aesthetics. These two mentalities, in addition to increasing efficiency and reliability, are expected to lead to growth of wireless sensors into the future.
    Subscribers Only

Reports

Reports View All (12)

  • Omar Talpur | February 28, 2015
    In the new report titled Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Equipment, IHS analyses ten product types over nine end-user verticals across fifteen geographical regions. The report, which leverages in-house building stock data to form the basis of a model, looks to answer questions
    Subscribers Only
  • Omar Talpur | February 28, 2015
    In the new report titled Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Equipment, IHS analyses ten product types over nine end-user verticals across fifteen geographical regions. The report, which leverages in-house building stock data to form the basis of a model, looks to answer questions
    Subscribers Only
  • Omar Talpur | February 28, 2015
    In the new report titled Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Equipment, IHS analyses ten product types over nine end-user verticals across fifteen geographical regions. The report, which leverages in-house building stock data to form the basis of a model, looks to answer questions
    Subscribers Only

Press Releases

Press Releases View All (7)


Analysts View All (3)

  • Icon Associate Director, Access Control & Fire
    Justin Siller is an associate director for the access control & fire group at IHS. Justin joined IHS in 2008 and since 2011 has managed the group with direct responsibility for setting the strategic direction of this group and managing the respective team of analysts.
  • Icon Analyst, Access Control & Fire and Building Technologies
    Omar Talpur has worked on a number of studies covering a wide range of industries at IHS, which include: Explosives, Weapons and Contraband Detection Equipment; Mass Notification...
  • Icon Analyst, Access Control & Fire and Building Technologies
    Rita Liu is an analyst with IHS's Security, Fire & Building Technology APAC team. Her areas of expertise include access control, fire detection & suppression and building...