Who are the Leading Building Automation and Management Companies?

Much to the benefit of Commercial Real Estate (CRE) companies, office buildings are becoming increasingly smarter as CRE provides can differentiate their offerings, attract high-end customers, and charge higher rents thanks to Smart Building technologies and solutions.

Many of the technologies involved in intelligent buildings are also used in a broader context with Smart Infrastructure.

Smart Infrastructure

Smart Infrastructure: Smart Cities, Smart Buildings, Smart Homes, and Smart Workplace

Physical infrastructure includes buildings, transportation (roadways, railways, and ports), utilities, and more. Improving the operational effectiveness and efficiency, safeguarding assets, and establishing new value-added services are the fundamental goals of establishing Smart Infrastructure.

A few of the more important areas to consider are Smart CitiesSmart Buildings (primarily focused on commercial real estate), and Smart Homes. With modern employment becoming increasingly more flexible, the Smart Workplace is also a consideration across infrastructure elements and not relegated to a single location.

Some of the Leading Companies in Automation and Building Management include:

  • 1efficiency
  • 2 Degrees Network
  • Abundant Power
  • Aeon Labs LLC
  • Affinegy, Inc
  • Affinity Automation, LLC
  • American Auto-Matrix
  • American Digitals
  • American Energy Management
  • AMMAMSIC Technology Corp
  • Appin Associates
  • Assodomotica
  • Athena Engineering, Inc
  • Automated Control Inc.
  • Automation Buildings
  • Azbil
  • Be Home247
  • Belimo
  • Brandt Automation, Inc
  • Building IQ
  • Building Robotics
  • Cabling Specialists, Inc
  • Cadillac Fairview
  • Central Coast Environmental Controls
  • ComEd
  • Commercial Air
  • Controlled Environment Structures, Inc.
  • Copper Tree Analytics
  • Crestron
  • CSR
  • Current Analytics, Inc.
  • Cylon
  • Delta Controls
  • Delta Energy and Environment
  • Distech Controls
  • E.m.s. Technologies
  • Eagle Energy, Inc
  • EATON
  • Ecova
  • EFT Energy
  • Elemco Building Controls
  • Energent
  • Energy ETC, Inc.
  • EnergyCAP
  • EnerNOC
  • Enovity, Inc.
  • eSight Energy
  • Frazier Service Co.
  • Genesis Automation
  • GridPoint
  • Hawkeye Energy Solutions
  • HomeLink Technologies
  • Honda Smart Home
  • Horizon Technologies
  • HTNG
  • Hubbell Building Automation
  • Hydro One
  • IB group
  • IBI group
  • Ingersollrand
  • Inncom
  • Intellastar
  • Inter Logix
  • Intermatic
  • J2 Innovations
  • Jill
  • KMC Controls
  • Lon Mark International
  • LowV Systems, Inc.
  • Lynx Spring
  • Mecho Systems
  • Near Future, LLC
  • Network and Automation Systems
  • NEXIA
  • NexTek Power Systems
  • OME
  • Phoenix Energy Technologies
  • Priva
  • Progressive Engineering & Design
  • Ramco Electrical Contracting Corp.
  • RBH Access Technologies, Inc.
  • Reliable Controls
  • Sawyers Control Systems, Inc.
  • Shenitech
  • Smardt
  • Somfy
  • Sullivan & McLaughlin Companies, Inc.
  • SurveillanceGrid Company
  • Switch Automation
  • Synergetic Systems
  • Sysla Hennessy
  • TA Canada
  • Taco Comfort
  • TE connectivity
  • TerraBridge Innovations in Technology, Inc.
  • Thermo-Trol Systems, Inc.
  • Trane
  • Trend
  • Tridium
  • Unilectric
  • United Technologies
  • Vantage
  • Viconics
  • Vykon
  • Wind River
  • WIP
  • XanTech

 

It is important to note that Smart Building solutions are not just for office buildings. One sub-sector of CRE is the industrial real estate arena.

SmartBuildingsMoreThanOfficeBuildings

Driven by the need for ever expanding warehouse space due to skyrocketing online sales, rental rates for industrial space increased dramatically (10% increase in last year and approaching 30% within the last three years).

Online leaders that will benefit from smarter buildings for industrial real estate include Amazon, Walmart, Alibaba, Overstock.com

The IoT enabled Smart Buildings market covers many solution and service areas, many of which are dependent upon intelligent centralized control via Building Automation Systems (BAS). Building automation and controls market has seen double digit growth in past few years and is expected to become a $50B USD industry by 2018.

The Intelligent HVAC market is one of the biggest BAS contributors. One of the key areas for this area is deployment and operation of Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS). Other important market opportunities that depend upon BEMS include motion sensors, dimming products and access controls.

IntelligentBuildings_2017-2022

IoT in Smart Buildings Market Outlook and Forecasts 2017 – 2022 evaluates the Smart Buildings marketplace including technologies, players, and solutions.

The report analyzes Smart Buildings challenges and opportunities, assessing market potential and provides accompanying forecasts globally as well as regionally and by market segment for 2017 – 2022.

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