Smart Buildings and Smart Cities

Advanced Sensors, Building Data Analytics, Connectivity Hardware, and
Submeters in Public Building Stock: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts

Cities around the world have taken leadership positions in developing climate change policy to curb greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Such policy is often an important anchor for smart city initiatives. Approximately 30% of global GHG emissions and 70% of energy consumption in major cities are attributable to buildings. Thus, buildings can play a pivotal role in helping to achieve smart city goals. The data collected and insights generated by smart building technologies can lead to changes in facilities management that reduce energy consumption for climate and sustainability goals and help improve public health and safety.

Smart building technology can also help cities remain competitive in the face of new business models and emerging technologies. Buildings leveraging Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are becoming another element in the complex network of the smart city. Ranging from sensors collecting data to developers building thousands of smart city apps, the IoT movement is helping cities to become truly smart. Large volumes of high quality data will be in the hands of city leaders and decision makers. This data can be shared directly with the public, empowering city inhabitants with real-time information about their surroundings. According to Navigant Research, the global smart buildings for smart cities market is expected to grow from $3.6 billion in 2017 to $10.2 billion by 2026.

This Navigant Research report examines how smart city agendas encourage smart buildings market growth and how smart building technologies contribute to smart city goals. The study provides an analysis of the market issues, including regional trends, case studies at the city level, and market drivers and barriers. Global market forecasts for revenue, segmented by region, user type (institution/assembly, education, and healthcare), and product type (advanced sensors, building data analytics, submeters, and connectivity hardware) extend through 2026.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • Which cities around the world are developing programs for smart buildings?
  • How do trends in smart city projects vary by region and by city?
  • What are the priority technologies and city operations for smart city projects?
  • Which financing models are being used for smart city projects?
  • What are the main application areas for each project?
Who needs this report?
  • Building energy management system (BEMS) vendors
  • Building equipment and appliance vendors
  • Advanced sensor and submeter manufacturers
  • Networking and telecommunications vendors
  • Utilities
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1   Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Overview

1.2   Market Outlook

2. Market Issues

2.1   Smart Cities

2.1.1   Emissions Reduction

2.1.2   Urbanization

2.1.3   Resilient City

2.2   Buildings in Smart Cities

2.3   Market Drivers

2.3.1   Benchmarking and Reporting

2.3.1.1   Delivery of Building Performance Information

2.3.2   Governments Lead by Example

2.3.3   Public Data Infrastructure

2.3.3.1   Open Data for All in New York City

2.4   Market Barriers

2.4.1   Siloed Procurement Process

2.4.2   Business Model

2.4.2.1   PPPs

2.4.2.2   BOT Agreements

2.4.2.3   ESPCs

2.5   Regional Trends and Case Studies

2.5.1   North America

2.5.1.1   New York

2.5.1.2   Orlando

2.5.1.3   Seattle

2.5.2   Europe

2.5.2.1   Barcelona

2.5.2.2   London

2.5.2.3   Paris

2.5.3   Asia Pacific

2.5.3.1   Mahindra World City – Chennai and Jaipur

2.5.3.2   Melbourne

2.5.3.3   Seoul

2.5.3.4   Singapore

2.5.4   Latin America

2.5.4.1   Buenos Aires

2.5.4.2   Rio de Janeiro

2.5.5   Middle East & Africa

2.5.5.1   Dubai

3. Market Forecasts

3.1   Scope

3.2   Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Market Global Opportunity

3.3   Forecast by Region

3.3.1   North America

3.3.2   Europe

3.3.3   Asia Pacific

3.3.4   Latin America

3.3.5   Middle East & Africa

3.4   Conclusions and Recommendations

3.4.1   Recommendations for Smart Building Technologies Providers

3.4.2   Recommendations for City Leaders

4. Acronym and Abbreviation List
5. Table of Contents
6. Table of Charts and Figures
7. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by Product Type, World Markets: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by User Type, World Markets: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by User Type, North America: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by User Type, Europe: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by User Type, Asia Pacific: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by User Type, Latin America: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by User Type, Middle East & Africa: 2017-2026

List of Tables

  • Emissions Reduction Targets by Country, World Markets
  • Climate Action Plans of Selected Cities, World Markets
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by User Type, World Markets: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by User Type, North America: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by User Type, Europe: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by User Type, Asia Pacific: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by User Type, Latin America: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by User Type, Middle East & Africa: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by Product Type, World Markets: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by Product Type, North America: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by Product Type, Europe: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by Product Type, Asia Pacific: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by Product Type, Latin America: 2017-2026
  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Revenue by Product Type, Middle East & Africa: 2017-2026

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