TECH SUPPLIER Sep 2020 - Market Presentation - Doc # US45817020

IDC Market Glance: Smart Building, 3Q20

By: John VillaliResearch Director, IDC Energy Insights

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This IDC Market Glance provides a glance at the current makeup of the smart building market, illustrating the vendor landscape and depicting the market segments. A smart building's historical foundation has been based on the automatic centralized control of a building's HVAC, lighting, access control, security systems, and other interrelated systems through a building management system or building automation system.

Smart building technology has evolved, and in addition to providing energy savings a smart building can deliver several useful building services that make occupants productive (e.g., illumination, thermal comfort, air quality, physical security, sanitation) at the lowest cost and environmental impact over the building's life cycle. Smart buildings use information technology during operation to connect a variety of subsystems that typically operate independently, allowing these systems can share information to optimize total building performance. The proliferation of IoT has created a new generation of smart buildings that allows technologies and systems to be interconnected, responsive, and interactive with building operators and occupants to empower facility managers with new levels of visibility and actionable information.


Subscriptions Covered

IDC Energy Insights: North America Utilities Digital Transformation Strategies

Companies Covered

Trane Inc., Carrier Corporation, OSRAM GmbH, Vodafone Group Plc, Honeywell International Inc., Cyberbit Ltd., T-Mobile International AG, Tridium Inc., Google LLC, Hubbell Inc., Infor, Inc., Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Tenable Network Security, Inc., Rockwell Automation, Inc., Enlighted Inc., Enel X, Microsoft Corporation, Yokogawa Electric Corporation, Lumen Technologies, Inc., Eaton Corporation, Vunetrix, Kone Oyj, ENGIE, ADT Inc., Mitsubishi Corporation, Itron, Inc., Guidepost Solutions LLC, China Mobile Limited, Johnson Controls, Inc., Amazon Web Services Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., Trend Micro Incorporated, ABB Ltd., PTC, Inc., Toshiba Corporation, AT&T Inc., Digital Lumens, Inc., Schindler Holding Ltd., Current Lighting Solutions LLC, Orange S.A., Verizon Communications, Inc., SAP SE, Acuity Brands Inc., Accruent LLC, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Indegy Ltd., Fortinet, Inc., Emerson Electric Co., Fujitsu Limited,, Robert Bosch GmbH, Uplight Inc., Kudelski Group, Royal Philips N.V., AVEVA Group plc, Schneider Electric SE, Waterfall Security Solutions Ltd., Otis Elevator Company, Dragos Inc., IDEMIA, China Unicom Limited, Lutron Electronics Co. Inc., Dell Inc., Delta Controls Limited, Comcast Corporation, ThyssenKrupp AG, Anixter International Inc., IBM, Claroty Ltd., Kastle Systems, Siemens AG, Tripwire, Inc., BT Group plc, Tibbo Technology, Inc., Pelco Inc.

Regions Covered


Topics Covered

Digital transformation, Enterprise asset management

Vertical Markets

Energy as a service

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