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Christina Jung, Research Analyst

Christina Jung

Christina Jung is a research analyst with Navigant Research, contributing to the Building Innovations program. Jung specializes in IoT solutions for commercial buildings and smart cities, as well as building energy efficiency programs and regulation.

Jung has provided research and marketing capacities for several sustainable and renewable energy organizations in DC. Prior to joining Navigant Research, Jung was a research and program associate with Global America Business Institute. She produced numerous reports on renewable energy policy, and provided writing and translation services for South Korean clients. Jung is fluent in English and Korean. She holds a BA with a double major in environmental policy and practice and political science from the University of Toronto.

Recent Reports

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  • Market Data: Building Energy Management Systems

    BEMS Software, Services, and Hardware: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts

    The building energy management system (BEMS) market continues to evolve with an increasing focus on the value of data in commercial buildings. This evolution is fueled by two technology trends: the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud and edge computing. In addition to technology developments, customer education has steadily improved....

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  • Smart Buildings and Smart Cities

    Advanced Sensors, Building Data Analytics, Connectivity Hardware, and

    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, building...

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  • IoT for Intelligent Buildings

    Hardware, Software, and Services for IoT in Commercial Buildings:

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is gaining popularity, as customers are increasingly demanding data-driven solutions that deliver better insight on operations and equipment to direct changes for corporate goals. Employees and customers have become reliant on devices and access to real-time data for productivity, convenience, and sustai...

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  • Smart City Tracker 1Q17

    Global Smart City Projects by World Region, Market Segment,

    More and more cities are developing programs for the deployment of smart solutions around the world. The number of smart city projects being developed is increasing and cities are pursuing higher levels and a greater variety of integration among technology-driven city services and solutions. The development of smart cities is now a ...

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Recent Blog Posts

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  • Cities and Businesses Care about Smart Buildings: Part 2

    November 14, 2017

    With 238 proposals in hand from cities and regions across North America vying to host its second headquarters, Amazon plans to make a decision next year. Cities trying to lure Amazon should turn this occasion into an opportunity to strengthen their business environments to both complement and drive investment in smart buildings. Reg...

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  • Cities and Businesses Care about Smart Buildings: Part 1

    November 9, 2017

    In September, Amazon announced plans to open a second headquarters in North America called HQ2. The company expects to invest more than $5 billion to build the facility and create as many as 50,000 high paying jobs. In its request for proposal, Amazon listed preferences to help find the perfect location for its new campus. It is loo...

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  • When 5G Meets Smart Street Lighting

    October 25, 2017

    It is increasingly recognized that street lights are valuable city assets that can enable various smart city services and Internet of Things (IoT) strategies. Navigant Research expects the installed base of smart street lights to reach nearly 73 million globally by 2026. One of the many elements connected to realizing the value of s...

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  • How IoT Can Improve Airports

    March 15, 2017

    Airports are busy, crowded places, and navigating through such large and complex buildings can be confusing. The flow of passengers through different checkpoints can go smoothly or stand still for hours. Around 23 million bags are mishandled (either lost or delayed) every year. However, thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT), this e...

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Recent Press Releases

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