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付加価値サービスのインテリジェントビル技術

Intelligent Building Technologies for Value-Added Services

 

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Guidehouse (旧Navigant Research)
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2017年8月US$1,800
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米国調査会社ナビガントリサーチ(Navigant Research)の調査レポート「付加価値サービスのインテリジェントビル技術」は、インテリジェントビル市場全般でのIoT付加価値サービスの競争力について調査している。商業顧客に対するIoT付加価値サービスのビジネスチャンスを形成する市場動向を分析している。2017-2022年の北米のIoT付加価値サービスの市場を保守、標準、積極的の3つのシナリオ毎に予測している。商業顧客用のIoTに関連する基盤技術を分析し、IoTインテリジェントビルのバリューチェーンについても記載している。

The Internet of Things (IoT) is setting the stage for a dramatic rise in energy management capabilities on the customer side of the meter in commercial buildings. Most of these investments are happening independent of utility programs and represent a new set of opportunities and threats to the traditional regulated utility model. Forward-thinking utilities can, however, take advantage of the demand for IoT intelligent building technologies and services as a pathway for deeper customer satisfaction and engagement through new value-added services.

IoT value-added services for utilities require offering development focused on non-energy benefits that align with the in-demand applications in the broader intelligent buildings market. Such applications include operational efficiency, space utilization, physical security, and healthy buildings. The sheer number of commercial customers already investing in IoT solutions will result in changes to the consumption and demand patterns utilities use for resource planning. Furthermore, the rapid growth in the IoT for intelligent buildings market represents a significant revenue opportunity for new offerings. At the same time, it represents a threat to existing revenue streams for traditional electric services as these technology-enabled customers reshape how their building operations and energy consumption align.

This Navigant Research report presents an analysis of how IoT value-added services could compete in the overall intelligent buildings market. The study examines the market dynamics shaping the opportunity for IoT value-added services for commercial customers. Market forecasts through 2026 for IoT value-added services in North America are presented in three scenarios: conservative, moderate, and aggressive. The report also examines the underlying technologies related to IoT for commercial customers, as well as the IoT intelligent buildings value chain.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • Why should regulated utilities in North America care about Internet of Things (IoT) for commercial customers?
  • How much revenue could be generated through IoT value-added services through 2026?
  • What are the enabling technologies for IoT in buildings?
  • What are the customer benefits of deploying IoT?
  • What is the opportunity for IoT value-added services in the overall intelligent buildings market
Who needs this report?
  • Regulated utilities
  • Energy retailers
  • Internet of Things (IoT) vendors
  • Building technologies vendors
  • Commercial real estate firms
  • Investor community


目次

1. Executive Summary

2. Market Dynamics Shaping the Opportunity for IoT Value-Added Services

2.1   Market Transformation

2.1.1   Utility Business Threats

2.1.2   Market Dynamics

2.2   Products and Services

2.2.1   IoT Intelligent Buildings Value Chain

2.2.2   Maximizing Margin and the Future of Bundling

2.3   Underlying Technologies

2.3.1   IoT Value-Added Service Design

2.3.2   Near-Term Offerings

2.4   Market Outlook

2.4.1   North America

3. Conclusions and Recommendations     

List of Charts and Figures

  • Intelligent Buildings Market Value Chain
  • IoT Intelligent Buildings Technology Stack
  • IoT Intelligent Buildings Market Outlook, Moderate Scenario, North America: 2017-2026
  • Utility Share of IoT Value-Added Services for Commercial Customers, Revenue Scenarios, North America: 2017-2026

 

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[プレスリリース原文]

Revenue for Utility-Offered IoT Intelligent Building Value-Added Services Expected to Reach up to $1.2 Billion in North America in 2026

Creating new value-added services for commercial customers around IoT will help utilities bridge the gap as the industry undergoes transformation toward the Energy Cloud

August 16, 2017

A new report from Navigant Research examines how value-added services relying on the Internet of Things (IoT) could compete in the overall intelligent buildings market, analyzing the dynamics that are shaping the opportunity for commercial customers.

The IoT is setting the stage for a dramatic rise in energy management capabilities on the customer side of the meter in commercial buildings. Most investments are happening independent of utility programs and represent a new set of opportunities and threats to the traditional regulated utility model, but forward-thinking utilities can still take advantage of the demand for IoT intelligent building technologies and services.  According to a new report from Navigant Research, By 2026, the North American market for utility-offered IoT intelligent building value-added services is expected to grow to an estimated $135 million in revenue under a conservative scenario, or up to $1.2 billion under an aggressive scenario.

“It is not too late for regulated utilities in North America to compete for a share of the IoT intelligent buildings market,” says Casey Talon, principal research analyst at Navigant Research. “Creating new value-added services for commercial customers around IoT will help utilities bridge the gap as the industry undergoes transformation toward the Energy Cloud with innovative offerings that amplify customer engagement and satisfaction.”

For utilities to be successful in this space, they will need to develop non-energy benefits that align with the in-demand applications in the broader intelligent buildings market, according to the report. Examples could include operational efficiency, space utilization, physical security, or healthy buildings.

The report, Intelligent Building Technologies for Value-Added Services, presents an analysis of how IoT value-added services could compete in the overall intelligent buildings market. The study examines the market dynamics shaping the opportunity for IoT value-added services for commercial customers. Market forecasts through 2026 for IoT value-added services in North America are presented in three scenarios: conservative, moderate, and aggressive. The report also examines the underlying technologies related to IoT for commercial customers, as well as the IoT intelligent buildings value chain.

 

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