Buildings are fitted with thousands of controls and sensors that have the potential to offer millions of real-time data points that could be used manage energy and operations more efficiently. However, this data is rarely tracked or properly analyzed. Now, vendors are responding with a flood of building energy management systems (BEMS): software, hardware, and services that provide information on the performance of a building’s individual systems and its combined infrastructure.
These innovations come at a time when major energy users, such as corporations and government agencies, are becoming more strategic about how they manage energy across their building portfolios. Featuring senior research analyst Eric Bloom, along with Peter Dickinson, Chief Technology Officer at BuildingIQ, and Jim Schwartz, Director of Strategic Marketing at Johnson Controls, this webinar examines the broad landscape for building energy management systems, a market in which more than 400 companies play. It focuses on new and emerging applications, such as automated demand response (ADR), ongoing commissioning, and space utilization, provided by leading BEMS vendors, and features case studies highlighting specific vendors’ highly differentiated offerings.
- Smart building data analytics
- Building energy management systems (BEMS)
- Big Data in the buildings industry
- Software as a service (SaaS)
- Direct digital controls (DDC)
- Energy management software applications
What does this webinar answer?
- What is the state of the art in building energy management systems (BEMS)?
- What are the most compelling BEMS applications in the market today?
- How will smart building data analytics evolve over time?
- How is the emerging relationship between energy management and facility management unfolding, and how should BEMS vendors position themselves to remain competitive?
- How many players are active in the BEMS market worldwide?
- What are the key trends in BEMS technologies?
- What is the overall size of the worldwide BEMS market?
Who needs to attend?
- Building energy management system (BEMS) software developers
- Building controls manufacturers
- Enterprise operations software vendors
- Energy efficiency service providers and engineering firms
- Energy service companies (ESCOs)
- Corporate energy managers and sustainability officers
- Building owners and managers