Global Intelligent Building Automation Technologies Market - Market Research, Forecasts to 2020

Dublin, Jan. 7, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Global Intelligent Building Automation Technologies Market - Market Research, Forecasts 2014 -2020" report to their offering.

According to the definition provided by for intelligent building, A building and its infrastructure providing the owner, operator and occupant with an environment that is flexible, effective, comfortable and secure through the use of integrated technological building systems, communications and controls.

Typically, Building Management System or Building Automation System (BAS) are used to automate buildings. This is done by creating a computerized network of electronic devices. These devices monitor and manage the mechanical, security, fire and flood safety, lighting, HVAC and humidity control and ventilation systems within a building. The primary concerns of these building systems is to lower CO2 emissions, cut maintenance and operating costs, and improve, enhance and provide security and safety to occupants.

The smart building solutions offer a number of benefits. Chief among them are easy upgrade of control systems as the entire building has a standardized wiring system, the building is valued better, consumption costs can be managed based on time of day schedule, computer single interface makes management easier. In addition over a period of time, the solution is cost effective as it offers cost savings by optimizing resources based on usage patterns. It enables better comfort, security, flexibility with adequate return on investment.

The market for global intelligent building automation technologies is likely to increase as better tools and technologies are launched and awareness increases. North America leads the intelligent building automation technologies market followed by the EMEA region. The market is likely to register a fast growth as Governments across countries are offering tax benefits to green initiatives.

Key Topics Covered:

1. What is Intelligent Building Automation Technologies Market?

2. Key Components of Intelligent Building Automation Technologies Market: Building Infrastructure Systems Integration and Engineering companies, Building Automation System Vendors, Technologies, Building Owners, software and hardware providers, etc.

3. Challenges in Intelligent Building Automation Technologies Market:
3.1. High Initial Cost
3.2. Lack of Awareness Among End-Users
3.3. Number of New & Unproven Technologies
3.4. Others

4. Key Motivators for Intelligent Building Automation Technologies Market

5. Competitive Intelligence
5.1. Key Vendors (Honeywell, Johnson Controls, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Trane (Ingersoll Rand), Azbil, Bosch Security Systems, Tyco International, Echelon, Acuity Brands, etc.)
5.2. Key Users (Physical Security Services, Facilities Management Services, etc.)
5.3. Market Growth and Market Shares

6. Analysis of Intelligent Building Automation Technologies Systems Market
6.1. Building Automation Systems
6.2. Energy Management Systems
6.3. Light Management Systems
6.4. Security management Systems
6.5. Others

7. Applications of Intelligent Building Automation Technologies Applications Market
7.1. HVAC
7.2. Lighting
7.3. Energy
7.4. Fire & life Safety
7.5. Security & Access Controls
7.6. Others
7.7. Strategic Analysis of Intelligent Building Automation Technologies Worldwide ($ million), 2013 to 2019
7.8. North America
7.9. Europe
7.10. Asia Pacific
7.11. Row

8. Vendor Profiles
8.1. Honeywell
8.2. Johnson Controls
8.3. Schneider Electric
8.4. Siemens
8.5. Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
8.6. Azbil
8.7. Bosch Security Systems
8.8. Tyco International
8.9. Echelon

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