DUBLIN, April 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/jqgwzj/remote_services) has announced the addition of the "Remote Services for Building Automation-Operating Platforms " report to their offering.
Connectivity, convergence, and interoperability are driving the next generation of building automation systems (BAS). Enabled by cloud-hosted solutions and new business models, the next wave of growth in the BAS industry will come from remote monitoring value propositions where customers can benefit from enhanced data analytics, better functionality, increased user-friendliness, and lower overall costs. This Market Insight explores the activities of the main suppliers to this industry, and analyses the main trends and opportunities arising from the deployment of new technologies and business models.
Buildings' life cycle optimisation, cognitive support services, monitoring operations, system and building maintenance, event management, and energy management will be the key remote BA services to see imminent growth in the building management industry.
Interoperable BA platforms will enable the much-needed data transparency and sharing to enable community-wide building and power management, and seamless integration into grids for smarter cities.
Innovative pricing models along with key software-as-a-service (SaaS) features such as live energy consumption and cost savings tracking, automated invoicing, and payment collection will enhance BA platforms remote services business model and expand customer base.
Tridium's software platform is Niagara Framework. This platform allows integration of devices and systems independent of manufacturer or communication protocol. Moreover, it allows easy and secure control building elements and devices simply over the internet on a Web browser. Another software platform from the company is Sedona Framework, an open source platform which gives every device on the network the power to decide, control, and manage.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Operating Platforms for Building Automation
- BAS Operating Platforms by a Selection of Key Participants
- Building Automation Platforms' Technology Roadmap
3. Remote Services for Building Automation
- Key Remote Services Offered by Building Automation Companies
- Key Drivers Summary
- Key Market Drivers
- Drivers Explained
- Key Restraints Summary
- Impact of Key Market Restraints
- Restraints Explained
4. Business Models for Remote Services in Building Automation
- Business Models
- Business Models-Discussion
- Growth Opportunities-Regions and End-user Applications
- Global Hotspots for Remote BA Services
- Total Addressable Market (TAM) for Remote Services
- Implications for Remote Service Providers
- Legal Disclaimer
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