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Residential Building Automation Products: Technologies and Global Markets

NEW YORK, Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Residential Building Automation Products: Technologies and Global Markets

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INTRODUCTION

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

Home automation technology has been around for decades, but it is only now starting to enter the mainstream. The reasons for home automation's growing popularity include developments on the demand side as well as the supply side. On the demand side, rising incomes and standards of living have combined with increased concerns regarding energy and security to increase the attractiveness of technologies that promise to enhance the owner's quality of life, while also making the most efficient use of energy (especially electricity) and providing a sense of security. In addition, many would-be homebuyers are young, technologically savvy people with an affinity for the latest electronic devices, thus creating a favorable market environment for home automation systems.

On the supply side, the declining cost and complexity of new home automation products is helping to attract new buyers. Until a few years ago, the cost of quality home automation components was prohibitive for all but the enthusiast market, but now volumes are rising and prices are dropping. In fact, the cost of installation labor and the expense of educating electricians in this field are becoming the most inhibiting factors. Fortunately, other developments are helping to reduce the difficulty and cost of installation. These developments include the growing use of standards-based wireless technologies that allow home automation devices to integrate seamlessly and minimize the need for special wiring to connect them.

This report characterizes and quantifies the global market potential of residential building automation products, which different elements (integrated management systems; heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning [HVAC]; energy management; lighting; security). The goal of this report is to provide an understanding of the market factors, state-of-the-art developments and economic influences driving the residential building automation market. The study analyzes the different components of the industry, the influence of networking technology on building automation and the impact of the different components in various world markets such as Europe, North America, Asia (including Australia) and the rest of the world.

The study contains information that is useful for planning production and the targeting of market efforts for the delivery of residential building automation systems as well integration with other systems. Trends in the market are investigated, particularly the increasing emphasis on energy management, the growing need for security systems and the impact of computer technology on management. Attention is focused on markets for single-family homes. Projections are provided for the total building automation market through 2017, along with estimates of the market in terms of dollar revenue for each type of automation (i.e., integrated management system, HVAC, energy management, lighting and security) alone and the cumulative totals for the market overall. Forecasts are provided to quantify the differences between revenues for equipment (e.g., hardware, software, networks) and for consulting services, which include such facets as design and consultation work, installation, training, commissioning, operations and maintenance.

Traditionally, the equipment portion of these sales represented the largest opportunity. Currently, however, suppliers have been focusing more on services, which provide ongoing revenue streams, as opposed to equipment sales, which represent one-time purchases.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

Several forces are driving trends toward increasing levels of automation of systems that provide essential services in buildings, as well as the centralization of controls for these systems. Higher levels of automation are essential for maintaining the profitability of buildings, controlling the operating costs of all buildings and ensuring competitiveness of buildings in areas where tenants have other options for residence. The development, proliferation and flexibility of microprocessor-based controls, interface devices, distributed actuators, standardized network protocols, computerized interfaces and wireless communications have presented an opportunity for highly automated centralized building control systems.

Residential building automation systems are usually installed at the onset in new buildings, and integration suites are becoming increasingly common in major renovations where new systems such as structured cabling are being put into place. This study explores national and international building codes and standards, the major manufacturers of building automation equipment and component systems, and the technologies involved in those systems.

Standardized network protocols, interfaces, personal computers (PCs), handheld wireless devices and distributed touch pads are providing the primary human interface elements for building automation systems. The strength of the world building automation market relies on the health of local or regional construction markets. This, in turn, depends on world, regional and national economies.

Consequently, sales of these products have been largely seen in the world's more advanced business epicenters: Europe, the U.S., China and Japan. This study analyzes the most prominent markets for these systems and breaks it down into four sections: Europe, North America, Asia (including Australia), and South America and Africa. The market's economic potential is framed in the context of the construction market for each area examined and then consolidated to provide a complete picture of the market.

Extensive investigations have also been carried out to quantify the size of the market in five areas: residential home automation systems, HVAC, lighting, energy management and security. This was done to aid marketers, manufacturers, system integrators, contractors and other parties involved in the residential building automation industry to better direct their efforts at presenting their products and services to the most promising markets.

SCOPE OF REPORT

Residential building automation systems feature a suite of components that include (in alphabetical order):

- Energy management.

- HVAC.

- Integrated.

- Lighting management.

- Security and access control.

This report examines technologies, markets and factors influencing the markets for integrated control systems and systems that integrate the controls of various subsystems. Markets are forecast on the basis of historic activity and current opportunities, government initiatives and policies, and the status of the construction and renovation industries in specific nations.

The forecasts presented are for the total available markets. Some discussion is provided that compares actual revenues with market potential on various continents. Markets are broken down on a geographic basis and discussed within the context of the trends in construction activity, regulatory initiatives and the revenue potential associated with building automation systems.

The bulk of the revenue comes from North American and European markets while revenue in Asia, South America and Africa is also included. A detailed analysis of the residential building automation market potential in these geopolitical economic regions is used as a basis for estimating world markets for these products. Thorough analyses are carried out on construction industry practices in the target regions. Trends toward the uptake of building automation products and costs are examined, along with associated laws, regulations and common practices.

Identification has also been made of the prime party in the project chain that makes the decision on which and to what extent a building automation configuration is selected for a building project. Geographic and environmental factors influencing requirements for the systems are examined, as are national and international responses to global environmental challenges.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

This report was prepared for individuals who are interested in the residential building automation market. Those individuals could include vendors involved in the research, development, manufacturing or marketing of these products. The report will help these individuals evaluate market trends and respond to market changes so that they can perform more effectively in their organizations. Lastly, financial analysts can benefit from the report. They will be able to determine the market potential for various products and evaluate the performance of various vendors in this space.METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES

Both primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this report. Information was obtained from a wide variety of sources, including interviews with manufacturer executives, inventors, engineers and marketers; government legislators and regulators; construction industry representatives; purchasing officers; building management firm representatives; and real estate development company representatives. Much of the market research numbers came from company financial reports and interviews with suppliers who outlined various market trends and company initiatives. Extensive use was made of the Internet, industry trade publications and print media. Digital and printed statistics were gathered to quantify and help verify trends in the level of activity within the various market sectors.

The approach taken to quantify the world markets for integrated business management systems involved several steps. Primary among these was delineating the technologies involved in building automation and the companies that produce them. The focus is on systems that have been tied together in some way rather than stand-alone building automation systems. Because the market is evolving, clear boundaries among various categories can be difficult to discern. Autonomous product categories have been shifting, as suppliers have been trying to deliver a more cohesive and integrated approach to building management. In addition, vendors have been broadening their product lines, such that many offer products in numerous categories. In some cases, vendors bundle systems together to entice potential developers; therefore, categorizing the revenue from different types of products can be difficult. Consultations with various companies and industry experts helped to break those categories down as finely as possible.

Another step involved developing a quantitative understanding of the characteristics of residential construction industries in different regions of the world. In addition, assessments were made of regulatory policies governing each region with respect to requirements for residential building automation systems. This was done with varying degrees of granularity, keeping in mind that special codes are enforced in different nations.

A summary understanding of the markets was developed for component systems of various residential building automation systems. With this information in hand, trade publications and Internet searches were performed, along with interviews with industry representatives, regulators and legislators to discern trends in the extent of implementation of fully-integrated building automation systems.

Attention was also paid to activity in the markets for systems that integrate disparate component systems. In this regard, networking and data transfer capabilities of the product lines of various component system vendors were taken as an indication of manufacturers' thrust toward integrated, or integratable,systems.

Revenue from the various building automation products comes from two sources. New construction is one source. Analysts estimate that building automation elements account for 2.5% to 3.5% of the total construction project value for new homes. The revenue includes both equipment and services. In addition, owners decide to renovate their residences to make them more attractive. For this report, building automation revenue was divided into equipment sales and consulting services associated with these projects. The market for these products is shifting, with equipment accounting for a smaller percentage of a vendor's revenue and consulting services accounting for a higher percentage. Consequentially, suppliers are not only trying to develop strong products, but they are also building up their distribution channels.

The world economy has become increasing complex, volatile and difficult to forecast. The financial projections in this report came from projections from various economic monitoring groups, including the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank and the CIA World Fact Book. Input from these various sectors was used to complete the five-year market projections. All revenues are expressed in U.S. dollars.

The International Monetary Fund projects that worldwide revenue will increase from about $82.8 trillion in 2012 to $103.5 trillion in 2017, representing a growth rate of 4.6%. However, the numbers will be distributed quite unevenly. The Asian, South American and African markets will demonstrate the highest growth rates. At 9.3% China's growth is reshaping the world economy; however, that growth is not translating into the home automation market. To date, it has been a limited market lagging the significant pick up seen in the U.S. and Europe. The lack of underlying intelligent network infrastructure as well as the lack of an established high-end middle class has meant that growth in home automation has been smaller and more limited in China. The market is more established in Japan and South Korea than it is China. Those limitations will eventually be addressed and the potential for dramatic growth is expected in China as the decade closes.

The long-term projections are extremely tenuous. The world economy has become much more interconnected and much more volatile than it was in the past. Problems, such as the solvency issue in Greece, ripple throughout other countries' economies. Many possible problems loom on the horizon. In addition, there is concern that high-flying markets, such China, may slow and force suppliers to take erasers to their business plans. Terrorism also remains a worldwide concern. Any future attack will probably have an adverse impact on the world's gross national product (GNP). Therefore, while the forecast is for a growth of 4.6%, that number could possibly be lower, depending on how world events unfold.

All 2012 company financial data is projected from the time the research was conducted.

ANALYST CREDENTIALS

With more than two decades of experience, Paul Korzeniowski is a market research analyst and building automation consultant. His work has centered on determining major market trends in areas of interest such as the development of new networking standards, integration of various building systems and the emergence of new technologies such as wireless communications. He has authored reports on markets for building automation systems for a wide variety of publications, including Investor's Business Daily, Business 2.0 and EnergyBiz.REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

This report provides:

- An overview of the major segments of the global market for home automation technologies, including lighting controls; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) controls; energy management controls; entertainment controls; security controls; and integrated (i.e., multifunction) controls

- Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2011, estimates for 2012, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2017

- A breakdown of the major enabling technologies for the various types of home automation products, such as controllers, user-interface devices, sensors, actuators and output devices (e.g., dimmers, automated window coverings, dampers), and wiring and networking devices

- Definitions, home automation functions, and enabling technologies

- Discussion of the market environment (e.g., economic conditions, consumer attitudes)

- Lists of developers and suppliers of home automation products

- Analyses of key patents

- Comprehensive company profiles of major players.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 1

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY 2

SCOPE OF REPORT 2

INTENDED AUDIENCE 3

METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES 3

ANALYST CREDENTIALS 5

RELATED REPORTS 5

BCC ONLINE SERVICES 5

DISCLAIMER 5

CHAPTER 2 SUMMARY 7SUMMARY TABLE FORECAST FOR GLOBAL RESIDENTIAL BUILDING AUTOMATIONSYSTEMS MARKET BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 7SUMMARY FIGURE FORECAST FOR GLOBAL BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEMS MARKET BYPRODUCT SEGMENT, 2011–2017 ($ MILLIONS) 8

CHAPTER 3 OVERVIEW 10

HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING AUTOMATION 10

ENERGY MANAGEMENT 10

LIGHTING AUTOMATION 11

HOME SECURITY SYSTEMS 11

INTEGRATED HOME MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 11

FIVE MARKETS FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDING AUTOMATION 12

TABLE 1 FORECAST FOR MARKET SHARE OF RESIDENTIAL HOME AUTOMATION SYSTEM

PRODUCTS BY CATEGORY, 2012 AND 2017 ($ MILLIONS/%) 12

TABLE 2 FORECAST FOR GLOBAL MARKET FOR RESIDENTIAL HOME AUTOMATION

SYSTEMS BY SERVICE AND UNITS, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 13

TABLE 3 TOP FIVE BUILDING MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 13

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY MAKES RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS INTELLIGENT 13

SENSORS 14

INTERNAL BACKUP AND RESTORING 15

MANUAL PROGRAMMING 15

INTERNET CONNECTIONS 15

OUTPUTS 15

FIVE TYPES OF CONTROL SYSTEMS 16

HEURISTICS 17

SMART BUILDING TAKES SHAPE 17

WHAT HAS CHANGED? 18

INTELLIGENT BUILDINGS BECOME EASIER TO IMPLEMENT 18

WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS 19

THE VALUE OF INTEGRATION 19

NEED FOR OPEN SYSTEMS 20

GROWING NEED FOR SECURITY 20

SAVING COSTS, BUILDING VALUE 20

END-TO-END OPENNESS 21

CLOUD COMPUTING EMERGES AS A FORCE 21

THREE DIFFERENT MODELS EMERGE 22

BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MARKET MOVES TO SOFTWARE AS A SERVICE

(SAAS) AND INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE (IAAS) 22

BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MANUFACTURERS TO DRIVE CLOUD ADOPTION 23

BENEFITS FOR SYSTEMS INTEGRATORS 23

IMPACT ON CONSUMERS 24

CHAPTER 4 INTEGRATED RESIDENTIAL BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY 26TABLE 4 FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEMSMARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 26TABLE 5 EUROPEAN BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012($ MILLIONS/%) 26TABLE 6 FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING MANAGEMENTSYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 27TABLE 7 NORTH AMERICAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BYBUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 27TABLE 8 FORECAST FOR RESIDENTIAL ASIAN BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 27TABLE 9 ASIAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDINGTYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 28TABLE 10 FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGMANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 28TABLE 11 SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING MANAGEMENTSYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 28THE CHANGING RESIDENTIAL BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEM LANDSCAPE 29BUILDING AUTOMATION AND CONTROLS NETWORK (BACNET): THE FIRST ATTEMPT ATNETWORKING 30BACNET'S DEVELOPMENT 30HOW DOES BACNET WORK? 30TABLE 12 BACNET OBJECTS 31BACNET'S OBJECT-ORIENTED APPROACH 32BACNET SERVICES 32TABLE 13 BACNET LOCAL AREA NETWORK (LAN) TYPES 33BACNET TESTING 33INTERNETWORKING 34VALUE OF INTERNETWORKING 34WHAT IS LONTALK? 34ECHELON'S IMPACT 34WORKING THROUGH THE VARIOUS LAYERS 35RECEIVING AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE'S BLESSING 35PHYSICAL LAYERS 36LONWORKS CHALLENGES 37LACK OF CONSISTENCY 37SPECIAL CHIPS REQUIRED 38COMPARING LONMARK AND BACNET 38DEALING WITH COST ISSUES 39LONMARK'S DESIGN 40LONWORKS' INTEROPERABILITY 40MOVEMENT TO INTERNET PROTOCOL (IP) 40MAKING A REMOTE CONNECTION 41SINGLE NETWORK DOWNSIDES 41THE FUTURE: A SINGLE RESIDENTIAL BUILDING AUTOMATION NETWORK? 41OPERATIONS BASED ON INTERNET TECHNOLOGY 42NEED FOR REMOTE CONTROL 42ACCESS FROM ANYWHERE 43INTERNET'S POSITIVE SIDE 43BACNET AND INTERNET PROTOCOL 43SPEED OF THE INTERNET 44BACNET AND ITS INTEGRATION OPTIONS 44BACNET/ETHERNET 44BACNET MASTER-SLAVE/TOKEN-PASSING 45BACNET/INTERNET PROTOCOL 45BRIDGES 45ROUTERS 46GATEWAYS 47SENSORS AND ACTUATORS 47MODBUS SERIAL 48THE POPULARITY OF BACNET MS/TP 48BACNET/INTERNET PROTOCOL ETHERNET 48PUTTING THE SOFTWARE BUILDING BLOCKS IN PLACE 48VALUE OF HYPERTEXT MARKUP LANGUAGE (HTML) 49FRAMEWORKS AND MIDDLEWARE 49MOVE TO WIRELESS CONNECTIONS 50SPEAKING THE SAME LANGUAGE 50ZIGBEE GAINS MOMENTUM 51SECURITY OF WIRELESS SYSTEMS 51IN THE RIGHT FREQUENCY RANGE 52MEETING THE BATTERY CHALLENGE 52ENOCEAN ALLIANCE GAINS MOMENTUM 53Z-WAVE EMERGES AS A WIRELESS ALTERNATIVE 53INSTEON 54OTHER WIRELESS PROTOCOLS 54WIRED TECHNOLOGIES 55UNIVERSAL POWER LINE BUS 55LOW-VOLTAGE WIRING 55INTEGRATED SYSTEM VENDORS TAKE ON MANY CHALLENGES 56TABLE 14 TOP FIVE RESIDENTIAL BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEM SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($MILLIONS/%) 57TABLE 15 TOP FIVE EUROPEAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2011($ MILLIONS/%) 57TABLE 16 TOP FIVE NORTH AMERICAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS,2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 57TABLE 17 TOP FIVE ASIAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($MILLIONS/%) 58TABLE 18 TOP FIVE SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGMANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 58COMPANY PROFILES 58ABB IN. 58ALERTME.COM LTD. 59ALERTON, INC. 59AMERICAN AUTO-MATRIX 60AUTOMATED LOGIC, CORP. 61BROADWIN TECHNOLOGY, INC. 61COMCAST CORP. 61COMPETITION CO., LTD. 62CYLON CONTROLS LTD. 62DIGI INTERNATIONAL 63ECHELON CORP. 63EXCEPTIONAL INNOVATION 64FF AUTOMATION 64FIELDSERVER TECHNOLOGIES 65HAIER GROUP 66HOME TECH EUROPE LTD. 66HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL, INC. 66HUBBELL BUILDING AUTOMATION 67IMTECH N.V. 67INTRINSYNC SOFTWARE INTERNATIONAL INC. 68INVENSYS PLC 68JOHNSON CONTROLS 68KOCOM CO. LTD. 69KMC CONTROLS, INC. 69LAGOTEK CORP. 70LOXLEY PUBLIC CO., LTD. 70MOX BUILDING INTELLIGENCE LTD. 70NOVAR CONTROLS 71OMRON CORP. 71PANASONIC CORP. 71PLEXUS TECHNOLOGIES, LTD. 72PRECISION EDGE ACCESS CONTROL INC. 73PRIVA 73SCHNEIDER-ELECTRIC SA 74SENSAPHONE SYSTEMS 74SHENZHEN BIENDCLOUD TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. 75SHORTPATH 75SIEMENS BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 76SOFTDEL SYSTEMS PVT LTD. 76SVEA BUILDING CONTROL SYSTEMS GMBH 77SYS-TEK COMPANIES, INC. 77TELETROL SYSTEMS, INC. 77TRANE INC. 78TREND CONTROLS, LTD. 79VIATELEMETRY LTD. 79VIVINT INC. 79XIAMEN LEELEN TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. 80YAMAS ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, INC. 80YAMATAKE CORP. 81

CHAPTER 5 HVAC ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEMS 83

TABLE 19 FORECAST FOR GLOBAL MARKET HVAC BY SERVICE AND UNITS, THROUGH 2017

($ MILLIONS/%) 83

TABLE 20 FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($

MILLIONS) 83

TABLE 21 EUROPEAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 84

TABLE 22 FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($

MILLIONS) 84

TABLE 23 NORTH AMERICAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 84

TABLE 24 FORECAST FOR ASIAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 85

TABLE 25 ASIAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING, TYPE 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 85

TABLE 26 FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 85

TABLE 27 SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE,

2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 86

HOW HVAC SYSTEMS FUNCTION 86

SIZING HVAC SYSTEMS 86

PUMPING UP THE HEAT 87

ROLE OF VENTILATION 87

SUNLIGHT CHANGES THE HEATING EQUATION 87

FINDING THE RIGHT SAMPLE SIZE 88

HVAC ENERGY EFFICIENCY 88

TABLE 28 HVAC COMPONENTS 89

AIR-CONDITIONING BASICS 89

ROLE OF THE EVAPORATOR 89

ENERGY INEFFICIENCIES 90

VARIABLE REFRIGERANT FLOW AIR CONDITIONING 90

HVAC INDUSTRY AND STANDARDS 91

STANDARD NETWORK PROTOCOLS 91

NEED FOR A COMMON INFRASTRUCTURE 92

MOVEMENT FROM THE OUTSIDE 92

ASHRAE'S HANDBOOK OFFERS GUIDANCE 92

INTEGRATION ISSUES 93

HVAC VENDORS 93

TABLE 29 TOP FIVE HVAC MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 93

TABLE 30 TOP FIVE EUROPEAN HVAC SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 94

TABLE 31 TOP FIVE NORTH AMERICAN HVAC SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 94

TABLE 32 TOP FIVE ASIAN HVAC SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 94

TABLE 33 TOP FIVE SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN HVAC SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 95

COMPANY PROFILES 95

AUTOMATED ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, LLC 95

BURNHAM HOLDINGS INC. 95

CAREL SPA INDUSTRIES 96

CARRIER 96

CORNERSTONE AUTOMATION, LLC 97

DAIKIN INDUSTRIES, LTD. 97

DANFOSS A/S 98

EMERSON CLIMATE TECHNOLOGIES INC. 98

EWC CONTROLS, INC. 99

GUANGZHOU KOLANT HEAT TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD. 99

HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL, INC. 99

KMC CONTROLS, INC. 100

LSB INDUSTRIES INC. 100

REGAL BELOIT CORP. 100

RES AUTOMATICA, LTD. 101

RESEARCH PRODUCTS CORP. 101

RESIDENTIAL CONTROL SYSTEMS 101

SONTAY 102

SUNCOURT, INC. 102

TONGDY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY CO. 102

TRANE, INC. 103

VOLTAS, LTD. 103

WATTMASTER CONTROLS, INC. 104

WOLSELEY PLC 104

WHITE-ROGERS CO. 104

YORK INTERNATIONAL CORP. 105

ZONEX SYSTEMS, INC. 105

CHAPTER 6 ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 107TABLE 34 FORECAST FOR GLOBAL MARKET FOR ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS BYSERVICE AND UNITS, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 107TABLE 35 FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 107TABLE 36 EUROPEAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012($ MILLIONS/%) 108TABLE 37 FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 108TABLE 38 NORTH AMERICAN BUILDING ENERGY SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE,2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 108TABLE 39 FORECAST FOR ASIAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH2017 ($ MILLIONS) 109TABLE 40 ASIAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($MILLIONS/%) 109TABLE 41 FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN ENERGY MANAGEMENTSYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 109TABLE 42 SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BYBUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 110EMERGENCE OF THE SMART GRID 110LACK OF INVESTMENTS 110IMPACT OF EFFICIENCY 112LOWERING GREENHOUSE GASES 112WHAT IS THE SMART GRID? 113POWER SYSTEMS' VIEW OF THE ELECTRICITY SYSTEM 113INFORMATION SYSTEMS' VIEW OF THE ELECTRICITY SYSTEM 114ELEMENTS IN THE SMART GRID 114ROLE OF COMMUNICATIONS IN THE SMART GRID 115IMPORTANCE OF TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS 115BENEFITS OF SCALABILITY 116SECURING THE SMART GRID 116THE NORTH AMERICAN ELECTRIC RELIABILITY CORPORATION'S ROLE INSECURING THE GRID 117MIGRATION RISKS 117RISKS VERSUS REWARDS 118INTEGRATED PHYSICAL SECURITY 118IDENTIFY AND ACCESS CONTROL POLICIES 118HARDENED NETWORK DEVICES AND SYSTEMS 119THREAT DEFENSE 119ROLE OF INTRUSION PROTECTIONS SYSTEMS 119DATA PROTECTION FOR TRANSMISSION AND STORAGE 119FINDING THE RIGHT SECURITY MIX 120BUSINESS DRIVERS FOR THE SMART GRID 120REVENUE GENERATION, INCLUDING REGULATORY COMPENSATION 121REGULATORY COMPLIANCE 121IMPROVED PUBLIC IMAGE 122MANAGING DEMAND 122ROLE OF VARIABLE PRICING 123INTEGRATING MORE DEVICES 123WHAT IS BEING DEPLOYED IN BUILDINGS? 124GROWING INTEREST IN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 124INTEGRATION WITH HVAC AND LIGHTING SYSTEMS 125THE WHOLE IS MORE THAN THE SUM OF ITS PARTS 125WHERE TO FUNNEL SURPLUS POWER 125FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 126INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY CONSERVATION IN BUILDINGS ANDCOMMUNITY SYSTEMS PROGRAMS 126ENERGY MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS 126TABLE 43 TOP FIVE ENERGY MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 127TABLE 44 TOP FIVE EUROPEAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 127TABLE 45 TOP FIVE NORTH AMERICAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($MILLIONS/%) 127TABLE 46 TOP FIVE ASIAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 128TABLE 47 TOP FIVE SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS,2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 128COMPANY PROFILES 128ADVANCED TELEMETRY, LLC 128ADVANTECH CO. LTD. 129AGILEWAVES, INC. 129ALERTME.COM LTD. 129BUILDINGIQ 130CISCO SYSTEMS INC. 130COMCAST CORP. 131COMVERGE, INC. 131CONSERT, INC. 132COOPER INDUSTRIES, INC. 132CRISTAL CONTROLS, LTD. 132DIY KYOTO 133ECOBEE 133ECHELON CORP. 134ECOFACTOR INC. 134EG ENERGY CONTROLS, LTD. 134ELSTER, LLC 135ENERGY CONTROL CO. 135EMBER CORP. 135EMETER CORP. 136ENERGATE INC. 136ENERGYICT INC. 137EOLANE TECHNOLY CO. LTD. 137FUJI ELECTRIC CO. LTD. 137GAINSPAN CORP. 137GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. 138GREEN ENERGY OPTIONS, LTD. 138GRIDNET, INC. 138HOME AUTOMATION, INC. 139INTELLIDYNE LLC 139ITRON, INC. 140LANDIS+GYR, AG 140LUCID DESIGN GROUP 140MMB RESEARCH, INC. 141NETWORK CORP. 141ONZO, LTD. 142RADIO THERMOSTAT COMPANY OF AMERICA 142SEQUENTRIC ENERGY SYSTEMS, LLC 142SENSUS METERING SYSTEMS 143SCIENTIFIC CONSERVATION INC. 143SILVER SPRING NETWORKS INC. 144TENDRIL NETWORKS, INC. 144TRILLIANT NETWORKS 144TRIDIUM, INC. 144VERIZON 145WELDTECH TECHNOLOGY CO. LTD. 145ZENSYS, INC. 146

CHAPTER 7 SECURITY 148

OBJECTIVES 148

TABLE 48 FORECAST FOR GLOBAL MARKET FOR SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET BY SERVICE

AND UNITS, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 148

TABLE 49 FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($

MILLIONS) 148

TABLE 50 EUROPEAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 149

TABLE 51 FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH

2017 ($ MILLIONS) 149

TABLE 52 NORTH AMERICAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 149

TABLE 53 FORECAST FOR ASIAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($

MILLIONS/%) 150

TABLE 54 ASIAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 150

TABLE 55 FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 150

TABLE 56 SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING

TYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 151

DEVICES AND TECHNOLOGIES 151

ACCESS CONTROL AND SECURITY SYSTEMS (ACS) 151

SYSTEM COMPONENTS 151

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DAY AND NIGHT 152

CONTROLS 152

USER INTERFACE 153

SENSORS 153

Door and Window Sensors 153

Motion Sensors 153

Glass-Break Sensors 154

Smoke Detectors 154

Carbon Monoxide Detectors 155

WIRING AND NETWORKING 155

DIGITAL SECURITY SYSTEMS BASED ON INTERNET PROTOCOL GAIN MOMENTUM 155

SELF-MANAGED, SELF-HEALING ETHERNET SWITCHES 156

WARDING OFF HACKERS 157

SELECTING A WIRELESS SECURITY SYSTEM 157

WIRELESS BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS 158

WHERE WIRELESS WORKS 158

DISTANCE VARIABILITY 159

MAINTAINING THE WIRELESS SYSTEM 159

RIGHT COMBINATION 160

NEW USES OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE 160

CLOUD-BASED VIDEO SECURITY'S VAST POTENTIAL 160

OUTPUT DEVICES 161

CENTRALIZED AUDIO MESSAGES 161

BENEFITS OF INTEGRATED ACCESS CONTROL 161

INTEGRATION CHALLENGES 162

CHOOSING THE RIGHT SYSTEM 162

SECURITY SYSTEM COMPANIES 163

TABLE 57 TOP FIVE SECURITY SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 163

TABLE 58 TOP FIVE EUROPEAN SECURITY SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 163

TABLE 59 TOP FIVE NORTH AMERICAN SECURITY SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 164

TABLE 60 TOP FIVE ASIAN SECURITY SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 164

TABLE 61 TOP FIVE SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN SECURITY SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 164

COMPANY PROFILES 165

ADT 165

ALERTME.COM LTD. 165

AMTEL SECURITY SYSTEMS 166

BOSCH SECURITY SYSTEMS, INC. 166

BRIVO SYSTEMS LLC 166

CI3 SOFTWARE 167

COMCAST CORP. 167

CYTECH TECHNOLOGY PTE. LTD. 168

DIGITAL SECURITY CONTROLS 168

FST21 168

INGERSOLL RAND SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES 169

KASTLE SYSTEMS LLC 169

LENEL 170

LIFESHIELD, INC. 170

LINEAR, LLC 171

LOWE'S CO. INC. 171

MACE SECURITY INTERNATIONAL, INC. 171

MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORP. 172

NAPCO SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES INC. 172

OPTEX, INC. 172

PROTEC PLC 173

ROISCOK ELECTRONICS LTD. 173

SAKO 174

SCIENTECH ELECTRONICS CO. LTD. 174

SECURE NOW 175

SECURITY PLUS 175

SHENZHEN SECURITY GROUP CORP. LTD. 175

SIEMENS BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES DIVISION 176

SMARTER SECURITY INC. 177

ST ELECTRONICS, LARGE-SCALE SYSTEMS GROUP 177

TESOR PLUS CORP. 178

VERIZON 178

VISONIC GROUP 179

VIVINT INC. 179

XIAMEN LEELEN TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. 180

CHAPTER 8 LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 182TABLE 62 FORECAST FOR GLOBAL LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS BY SERVICE ANDUNITS, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 182TABLE 63 FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 182TABLE 64 EUROPEAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE,2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 183TABLE 65 FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 183TABLE 66 NORTH AMERICAN BUILDING LIGHTING SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE,2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 183TABLE 67 FORECAST FOR ASIAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH2017 ($ MILLIONS) 184TABLE 68 ASIAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($MILLIONS/%) 184TABLE 69 FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENTSYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 184TABLE 70 SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKETBY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 185AUTOMATED LIGHTING SYSTEM OBJECTIVES 185LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS GET SMARTER 185DALI PROVIDES LIGHTING FLEXIBILITY 186WHY DALI? 187ROLE OF CONTROL ZONES 187SMART BALLASTS TALK BACK 188HIGHER PERFORMANCE COMES WITH HIGHER PRICES 188TABLE 71 DALI LIGHTING INTERFACE COMPONENTS 189DALI ADVANTAGES 189WIDENING COMPATIBILITY RANGE 190INTEGRATION WITH RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS 190DALI DRAWBACKS 191DEVELOPING LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM STANDARDS 191EMERGENCE OF DALI XP 192DEMONSTRATIONS OF DALI XP DEVICES 192WHAT'S NEXT FOR DALI? 193LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM COMPANIES 193TABLE 72 TOP FIVE LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 194TABLE 73 TOP FIVE EUROPEAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($MILLIONS/%) 194TABLE 74 TOP FIVE NORTH AMERICAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SUPPLIERS, 2012($ MILLIONS/%) 194TABLE 75 TOP FIVE ASIAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($MILLIONS/%) 195TABLE 76 TOP FIVE SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 195COMPANY PROFILES 195AMX CORP. 195AVATAR INDUSTRIAL LTD. 197CENTRALITE SYSTEMS, INC. 197COOPER LIGHTING 197DIGITAL LIGHTING SYSTEMS, INC. 198DYNALITE INTELLIGENT LIGHT PTY, LTD. 198ENDO LIGHTING CORP. 199FUTRONIX 199GE APPLIANCES AND LIGHTING 200GENLYTE GROUP, INC. 200IWASAKI ELECTRIC CO., LTD. 201KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS ELECTRONICS N.V. 201LEDALITE ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTS 201LEVITON MANUFACTURING CO., INC. 202LIGHTOLIER CONTROLS 202LITETOUCH, INC. 203LUTRON ELECTRONICS CO., INC. 203MAX ELECTRIC CO., LTD. 204MECHOSHADE SYSTEMS, INC. 204NOVITAS, INC. 205OSRAM SYLVANIA 205PHILIPS COLOR KINETICS, INC. 206POWERLINE CONTROL SYSTEMS, INC. 206RESEARCH FRONTIERS INC. 206SAGE ELECTROCHROMICS, INC. 207SHENZHEN OHMAX OPTOELECTRONIC LIGHTING CO. LTD. 207SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC/SQUARE D COMPANY 207SOLAR SHADING SYSTEMS 208SOMFY SYSTEMS, INC. 208TOSHIBA CORP. 208VANTAGE CONTROLS, INC. 209WATT STOPPER 209

LIST OF TABLES

SUMMARY TABLE FORECAST FOR GLOBAL RESIDENTIAL BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEMS

MARKET BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 7

TABLE 1 FORECAST FOR MARKET SHARE OF RESIDENTIAL HOME AUTOMATION SYSTEM

PRODUCTS BY CATEGORY, 2012 AND 2017 ($ MILLIONS/%) 12

TABLE 2 FORECAST FOR GLOBAL MARKET FOR RESIDENTIAL HOME AUTOMATION SYSTEMS

BY SERVICE AND UNITS, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 13

TABLE 3 TOP FIVE BUILDING MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 13

TABLE 4 FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEMS

MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 26

TABLE 5 EUROPEAN BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012

($ MILLIONS/%) 26

TABLE 6 FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING MANAGEMENT

SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 27

TABLE 7 NORTH AMERICAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BY

BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 27

TABLE 8 FORECAST FOR RESIDENTIAL ASIAN BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 27

TABLE 9 ASIAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING

TYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 28

TABLE 10 FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING

MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 28

TABLE 11 SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING MANAGEMENT

SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 28

TABLE 12 BACNET OBJECTS 31

TABLE 13 BACNET LOCAL AREA NETWORK (LAN) TYPES 33

TABLE 14 TOP FIVE RESIDENTIAL BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEM SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 57

TABLE 15 TOP FIVE EUROPEAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2011 ($

MILLIONS/%) 57

TABLE 16 TOP FIVE NORTH AMERICAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS,

2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 57

TABLE 17 TOP FIVE ASIAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 58

TABLE 18 TOP FIVE SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING

MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 58

TABLE 19 FORECAST FOR GLOBAL MARKET HVAC BY SERVICE AND UNITS, THROUGH 2017

($ MILLIONS/%) 83

TABLE 20 FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 83

TABLE 21 EUROPEAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 84

TABLE 22 FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($

MILLIONS) 84

TABLE 23 NORTH AMERICAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 84

TABLE 24 FORECAST FOR ASIAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 85

TABLE 25 ASIAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING, TYPE 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 85

TABLE 26 FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 85

TABLE 27 SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN HVAC SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE,

2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 86

TABLE 28 HVAC COMPONENTS 89

TABLE 29 TOP FIVE HVAC MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 93

TABLE 30 TOP FIVE EUROPEAN HVAC SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 94

TABLE 31 TOP FIVE NORTH AMERICAN HVAC SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 94

TABLE 32 TOP FIVE ASIAN HVAC SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 94

TABLE 33 TOP FIVE SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN HVAC SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 95

TABLE 34 FORECAST FOR GLOBAL MARKET FOR ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS BY

SERVICE AND UNITS, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 107

TABLE 35 FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH

2017 ($ MILLIONS) 107

TABLE 36 EUROPEAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 108

TABLE 37 FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 108

TABLE 38 NORTH AMERICAN BUILDING ENERGY SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE,

2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 108

TABLE 39 FORECAST FOR ASIAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017

($ MILLIONS) 109

TABLE 40 ASIAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 109

TABLE 41 FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT

SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 109

TABLE 42 SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BY

BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 110

TABLE 43 TOP FIVE ENERGY MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 127

TABLE 44 TOP FIVE EUROPEAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 127

TABLE 45 TOP FIVE NORTH AMERICAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 127

TABLE 46 TOP FIVE ASIAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 128

TABLE 47 TOP FIVE SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SUPPLIERS,

2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 128

TABLE 48 FORECAST FOR GLOBAL MARKET FOR SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET BY SERVICE

AND UNITS, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 148

TABLE 49 FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($

MILLIONS) 148

TABLE 50 EUROPEAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 149

TABLE 51 FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017

($ MILLIONS) 149

TABLE 52 NORTH AMERICAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 149

TABLE 53 FORECAST FOR ASIAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($

MILLIONS/%) 150

TABLE 54 ASIAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 150

TABLE 55 FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 150

TABLE 56 SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN SECURITY SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE,

2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 151

TABLE 57 TOP FIVE SECURITY SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 163

TABLE 58 TOP FIVE EUROPEAN SECURITY SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 163

TABLE 59 TOP FIVE NORTH AMERICAN SECURITY SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 164

TABLE 60 TOP FIVE ASIAN SECURITY SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 164

TABLE 61 TOP FIVE SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN SECURITY SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 164

TABLE 62 FORECAST FOR GLOBAL LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS BY SERVICE AND

UNITS, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 182

TABLE 63 FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 182

TABLE 64 EUROPEAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012

($ MILLIONS/%) 183

TABLE 65 FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 183

TABLE 66 NORTH AMERICAN BUILDING LIGHTING SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE,

2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 183

TABLE 67 FORECAST FOR ASIAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH

2017 ($ MILLIONS) 184

TABLE 68 ASIAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BY BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 184

TABLE 69 FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT

SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 184

TABLE 70 SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET BY

BUILDING TYPE, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 185

TABLE 71 DALI LIGHTING INTERFACE COMPONENTS 189

TABLE 72 TOP FIVE LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 194

TABLE 73 TOP FIVE EUROPEAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 194

TABLE 74 TOP FIVE NORTH AMERICAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SUPPLIERS, 2012

($ MILLIONS/%) 194

TABLE 75 TOP FIVE ASIAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($

MILLIONS/%) 195

TABLE 76 TOP FIVE SOUTH AMERICAN AND AFRICAN LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

SUPPLIERS, 2012 ($ MILLIONS/%) 195

LIST OF FIGURES

SUMMARY FIGURE FORECAST FOR GLOBAL BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEMS MARKET BY

PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2011–2017 ($ MILLIONS) 8

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