A smart building is a combination of different equipment and technologies, such as building fabrics, spaces, services, and communication systems that are capable of controlling the whole system, remotely. The building technology has significantly changed over time with various disciplines, such as building automation for facility and emergency response management, building energy optimization, parking management, and in-building communication systems, now being widely adopted. 1. Micromarkets are defined as further segments and subsegments of the market included in the report. 2. Core competencies of the companies are captured in terms of key developments and strategies adopted by them to sustain their position in the market.

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Comparing 24 vendors in Smart Building Solutions across 24 criteria.

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  • 1

    ABB offers a wide range of products and services under the home and building automation segment, which includes door entry systems, [email protected], and ABB-i-bus KNX. These systems use open standards to install and control building efficiency solutions. The company is determined to provide innovative circuit solutions for HVDC (Heating, Ventilation, and Direct Current) and is focusing on interconnectivity between grids related to direct power transmission. This will help in increasing the speed of the deployed energy. The company also focuses on the development of high-quality innovative products for better customer satisfaction.

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    • Enterprise
    • Zurich, Switzerland
    • Founded: 1988
    • $10BN to $50BN
    • 10,001 to 15,000
  • 2

    BuildingIQ provides a wide range of products and solutions under the advanced energy management software segment, such as PEO software platform, facility worksite (SaaS), and energy worksite (analytics tool). The company also delivers managed services for building energy management that enable predictive load forecasting & analysis and comfort command center & control uptime assurance. BuildingIQ is a major provider of the cloud-based energy management technology that improves the energy efficiency of commercial buildings.

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    • Enterprise
    • 1 to 50
    • Startup
  • 4

    Cisco is one the major providers of networking products and solutions across the globe. The company's wide range of products and services include networking, security, wireless, routers, network management, next generation firewalls, analytics, data security, and collaboration, among others. The company delivers its products in Smart+Connected Communities, smart grid, virtual healthcare, education, media solutions, sports, and entertainment domains. The company's connected safety and security services include smart connected buildings that help in decreasing electricity costs, reducing carbon footprints, and creating cumulative savings. These smart connected buildings also enable new capabilities in energy production, clean energy, and sustainable ecosystem. Smart connected buildings cater to the smart building market through solutions and services, which include a digital business solution that provides sustainable savings and seamless security.

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    • Enterprise
  • 5

    Delta Controls majorly offers smart building solutions that include energy management software (enteliWEB), lighting control solution, HVAC solution, access control solution, and facility management software (enteliWEB - supervisory software). The company also delivers humidity measurement solutions and other HVAC control systems. It serves various verticals, such as commercial, education, hospitality, healthcare, sustainability, leisure, and manufacturing & industrial.

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    • Enterprise
    • 501 to 1,000
    • Enterprise
    • Enterprise
    • Startup
    • Enterprise
    • Enterprise
    • Enterprise
    • Tokyo, Japan
    • Founded: 1920
    • $50BN to $100BN
    • 1,00,001 to 5,00,000
  • 12

    Honeywell Intelligent Buildings is one of the leading brands for smart building products in the world. The company develops innovative automation products, such as building controls, security & fire products as well as related software, and maintains a standard product portfolio in the smart building market. The products and solution offered by the company are preferred by various service providers worldwide. Under the building automation system (BAS) & controls segment, the company offers products such as lighting controls, building management systems, fire systems, access control systems, integrated security management, and integrated building solutions. The company's Honeywell Intelligent Buildings solution focuses on new product development to gain a competitive edge in the smart building market.

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    • Enterprise
  • 13

    IBM offers a wide range of products in the technology domain. Innovation has been a key aspect of IBM's strategy under product development. The company holds a key position in the market for providing global capabilities in services, software, systems, fundamental research, and related financing. IBM is prompt in making industry alliances with leading vendors in intelligent platforms, automation, data communication, and software. It offers solutions, which include grid operations, smart metering, customer experience & engagement, customer systems, asset & workforce management, and enterprise service transformation.

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    • Enterprise
    • New York, USA
    • Founded: 1911
    • $50BN to $100BN
    • 1,00,001 to 5,00,000
  • 14

    Johnson Controls has a diverse product line, including HVAC controls catering to the intelligent building market. The company's building efficiency segment, which offers humidity measurement solutions and other HVAC control systems, is the second-largest contributor to the overall revenue, after the automotive segment. Building management and security & fire products provided by the building efficiency segment include Metasys building automation, Metasys enterprise energy optimization, fire detection and alarm systems, video surveillance, security solutions, and integrated security management, among others. Johnson Controls' intelligent buildings product portfolio serves different application areas and meets the standards for accuracy, stability, and robustness.

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    • Enterprise
    • Wisconsin, USA
    • Founded: 1885
    • $10BN to $50BN
    • 1,00,001 to 5,00,000
    • Startup
    • Enterprise
    • 501 to 1,000
    • Enterprise
    • 1 to 50
    • Enterprise
    • Osaka, Japan
    • Founded: 1918
    • $50BN to $100BN
    • 1,00,001 to 5,00,000
    • Enterprise
  • 20

    Schneider Electric is a leading player in the automation sector and offers a wide range of smart building products. The company's new building analytics software and services help in retrieving information from its controls systems, meters, and sensors. With the introduction of StruxureWare, an innovative automation and control solution, Schneider Electric is expected to strengthen its offerings in the smart building market space. The company is in the process of adding more products to offer companies the option to optimize their power consumption and energy performance to reduce energy use as well as Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. The company has a strong product portfolio which caters to various segments of the smart building market. Schneider Electric has the reputation of having implemented its solutions in more than 200 smart city projects across the globe. Schneider Electric Smart Buildings are based on its integrated platform, which can be used to meet the demand of utilities, infrastructure, and enterprises.

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    • Enterprise
  • 21

    Siemens is a leading player in the development of technologies and innovative solutions. The company is known for its building automation system products that cater to the growing need for automation in end-use industries. The company primarily focuses on introducing new products and services in its core business areas, which includes energy efficiency, smart building, fire safety & security, and next-generation health care. Siemens is also engaged in establishing R&D centers across the globe to create new product offerings and services, such as Sinteso and Cerberus (under fire safety segment), ELS Vantage and Surveillance Fusion (under security system segment), Desigo V4 (under building automation segment), and KNX and DALI (under lighting control system segment), to benefit the commercial and residential real estate market.

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    • Enterprise
    • Bavaria, Germany
    • Founded: 1847
    • $50BN to $100BN
    • 1,00,001 to 5,00,000
    • Startup
  • 23

    United Technologies Corporation specializes in providing aerospace & defense, aviation, commercial building, and building systems solutions. Under the smart building solution, the company provides people management solutions (which include elevators, escalators, and destination management services) and comfort management solutions (which include heating, cooling, and ventilation systems). The company also offers security and fire & safety solutions, as well as building automation control systems which help optimize and manage building systems, such as HVAC, lighting, fire, elevators, and other security systems.

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    • Enterprise
    • 501 to 1,000
    • Enterprise

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