The Market for Building Performance Software 2016 to 2020

Published: Q2 2016
Date:
Q2 2016
Pages:
205
Charts & Tables:
49
Category:
Smart Buildings
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This Report is our New 2016 Comprehensive Evaluation of the World Market for Building Performance Software in Non-Domestic Buildings, Making an Objective Assessment to 2020.

The Key Focus Areas of the report are; Energy Software in Smart Buildings, Enterprise Energy Management Systems, Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software, Software for Physical Security and Fire Protection Systems & Real Estate & Property Management Software. The report contains original analysis and forecasts, detailed assessment of the drivers, barriers and trends shaping the market, and an overview of the competitive landscape.

The information and analysis in this report is based on interviews with leading manufacturers in both the energy and Smart Buildings markets, Tech firms, software providers, middleware companies, consultants, and end users of building systems to achieve a rounded view of the market. Market forecasts in the report are based on a market model that takes into account the size of each respective market and all of the key market drivers.


WHAT YOU WILL LEARN FROM THIS REPORT?
  • Memoori estimates that the market for Building Performance Software in Smart Buildings generated $12.72Bn in 2015, and we expect this value to rise to $18.78Bn by 2020, representing a healthy CAGR of 8.1% per annum.
  • Energy Software accounts for over 50% of the market, at $6.46Bn in 2015, and we expect this value to rise to just over $9.7Bn by 2020. Enterprise Energy Management Systems (EEMs) make up the largest proportion of this market in 2015.
  • The market for Fire & Security Software in Smart Buildings is estimated at $3.52Bn in 2015, and we expect this value to rise to just under $5.3Bn by 2020. VMS software makes up the largest proportion of the market in 2015, at around 28% of overall sales, followed by Access Control software with 24%, Mass Notification software with 22%, Fire detection software with 8% and PIAM software with 8%.

Why it’s important to Evaluate these Markets at this time? We have identified 16 different types of software packages that all improve the performance and operation of non-domestic buildings. It is now an accepted fact the Internet of Things in Buildings (BIoT) will eventually form the structure of making buildings fully automated and optimised without the need for human intervention. To do this all of the data from these software packages will need to be transferred to IoT Data Services. This will be both a threat and opportunity and require the software suppliers to re-evaluate and adapt their business models.


WITHIN ITS 205 PAGES AND 49 CHARTS AND TABLES, THE REPORT SIEVES OUT ALL THE KEY FACTS AND DRAWS CONCLUSIONS, SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND WHAT IS SHAPING THE FUTURE OF SOFTWARE IN SMART BUILDINGS;
  • Between 2010 and May 2016, we tracked a total of 150 confirmed building performance software acquisitions. As expected, around one third of these deals related to acquisitions of EEMS companies, as consolidation impacted the overcrowded marketplace.
  • Over the course of the last 5 years we have tracked a total of 167 funding announcements relating to 106 building performance software providers. Building performance software has attracted a total of $2,385 million over the last 5 years.
  • Recently, the major building controls, security, lighting and elevator manufacturers have been actively extending their strategic partnerships to augment their integrated portfolios and keep abreast of Building Internet of Things (BIoT) developments.

For only USD $1,500 this report provides valuable information into how Smart Building Software companies can grow their business either Organically or through Merger, Acquisition and Alliance.


WHO SHOULD BUY THIS REPORT?

The information contained in this report will be of value to all those engaged in managing, operating and investing in Smart Building companies (and their advisors) around the world. In particular those wishing to acquire, merge, sell or find alliance partners will find it particularly useful.


Table of Contents
  • Preface
  • The Executive Summary
  • 1 Size and Dynamics of Software Business
    • 1.1 Energy Software in Smart Buildings
      • 1.1.1 The Overall Market for Energy Software
      • 1.1.2 Building Energy Control Systems Sales Forecasts
      • 1.1.3 Building Energy Controls (BECS) Supervisory Software
      • 1.1.4 Enterprise Energy Management Software (EEMS)
      • 1.1.5 Lighting Controls Software
      • 1.1.6 Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software
    • 1.2 Software for Physical Security and Fire Protection Systems
      • 1.2.1 Video Management Systems (VMS)
      • 1.2.2 Video Analytics
      • 1.2.3 Physical Security Information Management (PSIM)
      • 1.2.4 Access Control and Physical Identity & Access Management (PIAM) Software
      • 1.2.5 Fire Detection & Mass Notification
      • 1.2.6 Intruder & Perimeter Detection
    • 1.3 Real Estate and Property Management Software
  • 2 Enterprise Energy Management Software (EEMS) Business
    • 2.1 Market Forecasts
    • 2.2 Sales Breakdown by Region
    • 2.3 EEMS Offerings
      • 2.3.1 Dashboards & Data Visualization
      • 2.3.2 Integration with Management & Enterprise Software
    • 2.4 EEMS Competitive Landscape
  • 3 Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software Business
    • 3.1 Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software Sales Forecasts
    • 3.2 Sales Breakdown by Region
    • 3.3 Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software Offerings
    • 3.4 Structure of Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software Market
      • 3.4.1 Energy Service Companies
      • 3.4.2 Demand Response Aggregators and DRMS Suppliers
      • 3.4.3 DERMS Suppliers
      • 3.4.4 Energy Analytics and Data Integration
      • 3.4.5 Energy Storage Systems Suppliers
  • 4 Real Estate & Property Management Software Business
    • 4.1 Facilities and Real Estate Management
    • 4.2 Asset and Maintenance Management
    • 4.3 Space Management
    • 4.4 Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS)
    • 4.5 Data Center Infrastructure Management
    • 4.6 Other Building Performance Software
  • 5 Segmentation by Building Type, Region and Vertical Markets
  • 6 BIoT and its Impact on the Building Performance Software Business
    • 6.1 Introduction
    • 6.2 Opportunities
    • 6.3 Risks and Challenges
    • 6.4 Impact of Big Data and BIoT
  • 7 Market Drivers and Barriers
    • 7.1 Drivers
    • 7.2 Major Challenges and Barriers
  • 8 Emerging Trends
    • 8.1 People and Productivity Come to the Fore
    • 8.2 Closing the Gap between Green Buildings and Smart Buildings
    • 8.3 Dynamic Electronic Way-finding Integrated with Fire & Security Systems
  • 9 Standards and Implications
  • 10 Structure and Competitive Landscape
    • 10.1 Profiles of Leading Suppliers
      • 10.1.1 EEMS Specialist Software Providers
      • 10.1.2 BAS Orientated Software Suppliers
      • 10.1.3 Real Estate & Property Management Suppliers
    • 10.2 Routes to Market
      • 10.2.1 Direct Channels
      • 10.2.2 Routes to Market – BAS Solution Providers and ESCOs
      • 10.2.3 Routes to Market – System Integrators
      • 10.2.4 Routes to Market – Utilities and Power Producers
      • 10.2.5 Real Estate and Facilities Management Service Providers
  • 11 M&A Performance, Valuation and Outlook
    • 11.1 Utilities Invest in Energy Management Software
    • 11.2 Commercial Real Estate Firms Strengthen Smart Building Capability
  • 12 Investment Market
  • 13 Partnerships and Strategic Alliances
    • 13.1 Partnerships by Major Players
    • 13.2 EEMS Vendors Partner with Real Estate and Property Management Vendors
    • 13.3 Facilities Management Software Firms Strengthen their Energy Analytics Offerings
    • 13.4 Partnerships between Large Players and Advanced Technology Providers
Appendix
  • A1.1 – Listing of Major Software Suppliers
  • A1.2 – Acquisitions Announced in 2015 / 16
  • A1.3 – VC Investments in Building Performance Software Companies 2010 to 16
List of Charts and Figures
  • Fig 1 – Energy Software in Smart Buildings 2016
  • Fig 1.0 – Global Market for Energy Software in Smart Buildings
  • Fig 1.1 – Global Market for Building Performance Software in Smart Buildings
  • Fig 1.2 – Global Market for BECS Supervisory Software in Smart Buildings
  • Fig 1.2.1 – BECS Supervisory and BAS Integration Software Landscape
  • Fig 1.3 – Global Market for EEM Software in Smart Buildings
  • Fig 1.4 – Global Market for Lighting Controls Software in Smart Buildings
  • Fig 1.4.1 Lighting Controls Software Landscape
  • Fig 1.5 Global Market for Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software
  • Fig 1.5.1 Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Software Landscape
  • Fig 1.6 Global Software Market for Security & Fire Protection Systems
  • Fig 1.6.1 Video Management Systems (VMS) Landscape
  • Fig 1.6.2 Video Analytics Software Landscape
  • Fig 1.6.3 PSIM Software Landscape
  • Fig 1.6.4 Access Control Software Landscape
  • Fig 1.6.5 Fire Detection & Mass Notification Systems Software Landscape
  • Fig 1.6.6 Intruder & Perimeter Detection Software Landscape
  • Fig 1.7 Global Market for Facilities Management Software
List of Tables
  • Table 1 – Key Smart Grid & Smart Building Interface Standards
  • Table 2 – Number of Building Performance Software Companies
  • Table 3 – Ecova Acquisitions 2011 – 2015
  • Table 4 – EnerNOC Acquisitions 2014 – 2015
  • Table 5 – Verisae Acquisitions 2013 – 2015
  • Table 6 – Honeywell Building Performance Software Brands
  • Table 7 – Software related Honeywell Acquisitions 2010 – 2016
  • Table 8 – Software related Schneider Electric Acquisitions 2010 – 2015
  • Table 9 – Siemens Building Performance Software Brands
  • Table 10 – Accruent Acquisitions 2011 – 2016
  • Table 11 – Acquisitions by Category 2010 – May 2016
  • Table 12 – Most Active VC Firms
  • Table 13 – Ranking of Highest Funded Software Companies
Companies Mentioned Include Among Others
  • 1Energy Systems / 3VR / 4Energy / 75F / ABB / Access Intelligence / Accruent / Acti / ActiveLogix / Advanced Microgram Solutions / Advances / Agent Video Intelligence (Agent VI) / Agents Energy / Agilis Energy / AgilQuest / Aimetis / AirCuity / AlertEnterprise / AlertMedia / Alerton / Altuity Solutions / AMAG Technology (G4S) / Ameresco / AMP Technologies / Analytics4Energy / Angus Systems / Apollo / AppFolio / Aquicore / Archives / Arrayent / Assa Abloy / AssetGen / AssetWorks / Asure Software / AtHoc / AtSite / Augury / Autodesk / AutoGrid / Automated Logic / Aventura Technologies / Avignon / AVOB / Axis Communications / Axxerion / AxxonSoft / Arbil / BaseLayer / Best Energy Reduction Technologies / BigFoot / Bit Stew Systems / Blue Pillar / Bosch Energy & Building Solutions / Bright Power / Brivo / Butterfly / build.Science / Building Clouds / Building Energy / Building Engines / Building Robotics / BuildingIQ / BuildPulse / Business Integration Group (BIG) / C3 IoT / C3 Resources / CA Technologies / CAFM Explorer / Called Energy / Candi Controls / Centraline / CES Group / Cimetrics / Cisco / CNL Software / CommScope / Conduce Software / Connexient / Connect Energy / Coppertree Analytics / Cormant / Corrigo / Cpower / Cr360 / CrowdComfort / Current powered by GE / Cylon Controls / Daikin / Daintree Networks / Delta Controls / Demand Energy / DEOS / Device42 / DEXMA Energy Management / Digital Lumens / digital energy / Distich Controls / Dude Solutions / DVTEL / Eagle Eye Networks / Eagle Technology / Eaton / Echelon / Eco GTB / EcoDomus / Ecorithm / Ecova / Edwards / Emergency Communications Network / EmergingSoft / Emerson Network Power / EMS Software / Enablon / Enbala Power Networks / Encomium / Encircle Corp / Emergent / EnergyCAP / EnergyDeck / EnergyPool / Energyprint / EnerNOC / Enlighted / Enmetric Systems / EnSync Energy Systems / Entic / Entouch Controls / Envizi / eP&Tglobal / Ericsson / ESI / eSight Energy / Esri / Everbridge / eVigilo / Exacq / Exergonix / FacilityOne / Fellon-McCord / FieldView Solutions / FirstFuel Software / Flexeye / Flexitricity / FM:Systems / FNT Software / Four Rivers Software / FSI / Future Facilities / Geist / Geli / Gentility / Genea / Genetic / Goby / Gooee / Green Energy Corp / GreenCharge Networks / Greenfield Software / Greensense / Greensmith / Iridium / Gridpoint / Harvard Technology / Helvar / HID Global / Hikvision / Hochiki / Honest Buildings / Honeywell / HP / Huawei / Ibis Networks / IBM / Iconics / Idcube / Identiv / Infor / Integid / Integrated Security Manufacturing (ISM) / Intel / Intellastar Technology / Intelligent Generation / Intellisoft / Intellivision / Intergraph / Interlogix / iOffice / IPKeys / IPVideo Corp / Isotera / J2 Innovations / Johnson Controls / KGS Buildings / Kieback+Peter / Kiwi Power / KMC Controls / LimeJump / LocalGrid / LogicLadder / Lone Rooftop / Lucerne / Lucibel / Lucid / Lutron / Mach Energy / Magister Solutions / Magnum Energy Solutions / Maintenance Connection / Manager Plus / Manhattan Software / Maya / MCS / Mercury Security / Metis Secure / Milestone Systems / MIR3 / Mircom Group / Modcam / Modius / MRI Software / MultiSight / NavVis / NetIQ / Netposa / Newron System / Nittan / Nlyte Software / No Limits Software / NorthWrite / Notifier / Novar / NowForce / Nuuka Solutions / OATI / Octopus / OfficeSpace Software / On-Net Surveillance Systems Inc (OnSSI) / Open Energy / Open Options / Opinum / Optergy / Optigo Networks / Optima Energy Management / Optimum Energy / Optimum Path / Oracle / Origami Energy / OSISoft / Outback Power / Pacific Controls / Pandit / Panoramic Power / Paxton / Phoenix Energy Technologies / Planon Software / PlotWatt / PointGrab / Power Analytics / Power TakeOff / Powerdale / Powerhouse Dynamics / Powerit Solutions / Priva / Proximal / Pulse Energy / Qognify / Quantum Secure / Qube Global Software / QuickFMS / Rackwise / Reactive Technologies / Redwood Systems / Restore / Retroficiency / RF Code / RightCrowd / Riptide IO / Romonet / RSI Video Technologies / RUMM / Salto Systems / SAP / Sauter / Schneider Electric / SCIenergy / SeeTec / Sefaira / Selex ES / Send Word Now / Sensity Systems / Serraview / Shift Energy / Siemens Building Technologies / Singlewire Software / SiteFM / Skanska / SkyFoundry / Smarter Grid Solutions / Spirae / Stem / Sunbird Software / Sunverge Energy / SureID / SureView Systems / Switch Automation / Synectics / t-mac Technologies / Tangent Energy / Tarsier / Telkonet / The Cosmo Company / Thinkstep / Tier44 Technologies / Trane / Transformative Wave / Trend Control Systems / Tridium / Trimble Buildings / Trove / TSO Logic / Tyco / UniEnergy Technologies / Urjanet / Vanderbilt Industries / Venter / Verco / Verdigris Technologies / Verist / Verisae / VFA / Video Insight / VideoNext / Vidsys / View / Vigilant / Virility Energy / Virtual Power Solutions / Viscount Systems / Watts / Wegowise / WEMS / WeSustain / Wipro EcoEnergy / World Energy Solutions / Xtralis / Yardi / Younicos Energy
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