Global Smart Buildings Market Report 2022: AIoT and Advanced Analytics to Power the Next-Generation Smart Buildings Market –


DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The report “Global Smart Buildings Market by Technology (AI, IoT, Indoor Wireless), Infrastructure, Solutions (Asset Tracking, Data Analytics, IWMS) and Deployment Models 2022-2027” has been added to from offer.

Select report results:

  • Smart building automation software and systems will reach $20.5 billion in North America by 2027

  • AI-enabled IoT (AIoT) systems will take IWMS efficiency and automation to an entirely new level by 2027

  • Smart Facility Water Management Systems Will Be An $850 Million Market Opportunity In Europe By 2027

  • The post-COVID19 world will challenge building operations management in terms of public health compliance

  • Facility lifecycle cost management is becoming a key factor in building selection for giants like Amazon

  • Leading solution providers such as IBM are changing the landscape of smart buildings with a multidimensional approach to ROI

  • The key to success in the smart building market is to intelligently integrate data, systems, processes and assets for enterprise and industrial operations.

As urbanization leads to increasingly smarter cities, buildings are an integral part of a city’s ecosystem and increasingly shape both the standard of living and quality of life for residents. Smart buildings lead to improved economics for owners and users as well as improved occupant satisfaction, safety and well-being.

The smart building market includes warehouses, factories, office buildings and other businesses, industrial and government structures. Smart structures take advantage of a variety of interrelated technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), broadband wireless (including WiMAX, LTE, 5G and indoor wireless, such as enhancements introduced with version 6 WiFi), cloud computing (including edge computing) and Internet of Networks and Systems of Things (IoT) to improve operational efficiency and enable a safer and more productive environment.

The smart buildings market is related to the smart workplace market, which includes some important enterprise and industrial automation systems and solutions such as integrated workplace management systems (IWMS), decision-making using advanced data analytics and business asset management.

The author sees IWMS solutions as crucial to the smart building market, as companies are able to optimize asset utilization, energy consumption, technology deployment, building efficiency and infrastructure, as well as the overall productivity of the workplace to achieve substantial savings in CAPEX and OPEX. The analyst sees the confluence of AI and IoT (AIoT) having a particularly large positive impact on the market for IWMS solutions.

Main topics covered:

1. Summary

2 Presentation

3 challenges and opportunities of smart buildings

3.1 Challenges of smart buildings

3.1.1 Need to modernize existing buildings and facilities

3.1.2 Barriers to IoT integration with smart buildings

3.2 Smart building opportunities

3.2.1 Building Automation Systems Optimize Operations

3.2.2 Leverage operational building data

3.2.3 Leveraging artificial intelligence

3.2.4 Edge-to-Cloud Services in Smart Buildings

4 Smart Building Organizations and Initiatives

4.1 Building Energy Efficiency Initiative

4.2 Building a smart alliance

4.1 Construction

4.2 Association of automated buildings

4.3 Commercial Real Estate Development Association

4.4 CRE Finance Council

4.1 Smart Building Council

4.1 National Institute of Building Sciences

4.2 Haystack Project

5 Company analysis

6 Smart Buildings Market Analysis and Forecast 2022-2027

6.1 Global Smart Buildings Market 2022-2027

6.2 Smart Buildings by Market Segment 2022-2027

6.3 Smart Buildings Market by Hardware and Infrastructure Type 2022-2027

6.4 Smart Buildings Market by Automation Software and System Type 2022-2027

6.5 Smart Buildings Market by Service Type 2022-2027

6.5.1 Smart Buildings Market by Professional Service Type 2022-2027

6.6 Smart Buildings Market by Building Type 2022-2027

6.7 Smart Buildings Market by New Building vs Renovation 2022-2027

6.8 Smart Buildings Market by Business Model 2022-2027

6.9 Smart Buildings Market by Connectivity Protocol Type 2022-2027

6.10 AI-Powered Smart Buildings Market 2022-2027

6.11 Edge Computing Enabled Smart Buildings Market 2022-2027

6.12 3D Printing in Smart Buildings Market 2022-2027

6.13 5G in smart buildings 2022 – 2027

6.14 Regional Smart Buildings Market 2022-2027

7 Conclusions and Recommendations

Companies cited

  • ABB Group

  • Abundant power

  • Accenture PLC

  • Aeon Labs LLC

  • Affigy, Inc.

  • Affinity Automation, LLC

  • American Auto Matrix

  • US digital

  • American Energy Management

  • AMMAMSIC Technology Corp.

  • Analytic

  • Associated apps

  • Assodomotica

  • Athena Engineering, Inc.

  • Automated Control Inc.

  • Azbil

  • Be Home247

  • Belimo

  • Brandt Automation, Inc.

  • Build IQ

  • Building robotics

  • Cadillac Fairview

  • Central Coast Environmental Controls

  • Cisco Systems Inc.

  • Copper tree analysis

  • Crestron

  • CSR

  • Current Analytics, Inc.

  • Cylon

  • Delta controls

  • Distech Controls

  • EMS Technologies

  • Eagle Energy, Inc.


  • Ecova

  • EFT Energy

  • Elemco Building Controls

  • energetic

  • ETC Energy, Inc.

  • EnergyCAP

  • EnerNOC

  • Enovity, Inc.

  • eSight Energy

  • Frazier Service Co.

  • General Electric

  • Genesis Automation

  • GridPoint

  • Hawkeye Energy Solutions

  • Hitachi

  • HomeLink Technologies

  • Honda smart home

  • Honeywell International Inc.

  • Skyline commands

  • HTNG

  • Hubbell Building Automation

  • Group HERE

  • IBM Corporation

  • Ingersoll-Rand

  • Ingersoll Rand Inc.

  • Inncom

  • Intellastar

  • InterLogix

  • Intermatic

  • J2 innovations

  • Johnson Controls

  • KMC controls

  • Great

  • Lon Mark International

  • LowV Systems, Inc.

  • Spring Lynx

  • Near Future, LLC

  • Network and automation systems


  • NexTek Power Systems

  • OME

  • Phoenix Energy Technologies

  • private

  • Progressive engineering and design

  • Ramco Electrical Contracting Corp.

  • RBH Access Technologies, Inc.

  • Reliable controls

  • Sawyers Control Systems, Inc.

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