Building Analytics Market Key Players, Industry Share, Investment Opportunities

Building analytics is primarily used to obtain insightful data that will help to optimize a facility’s energy performance and eliminate any incompetence. The optimization of energy performance can help lower energy cost and improve the equipment life as well as tenant comfort. It also helps make faster and more reliable building management judgments for a more dynamic and sustainable future. This is likely to drive the building analytics market. The data received through building analytics are collected from smart building technologies that involve building management systems (BMSs), networked sensors, Internet of Things edge devices, and integrated workplace management systems (IWMSs).

Buildings consume around 40% share of the world’s total energy consumption. Thus, there is a need for energy-efficient buildings to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. The software used in building analytics can produce significant acumens related to energy consumption for the entire building infrastructure. The software is developed to efficiently monitor and control the heat, ventilation, air conditioning, and other systems. The increasing need for energy-efficient systems and reduced operational costs are expected to boost the global building analytics market during the forecast period.

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Uncertain Limits on Construction Industry Affect Building Analytics

The construction industry holds a bizarre position when estimating the consequences of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The construction industry was declared as an essential industry and several construction projects were still running amidst the pandemic. However, the construction industry mostly relies on public and government funding. The slowdown in both public funding and the economic shape of nations are hindering the growth of the building analytics market.

The COVID-19 pandemic is a vital cause for delays, loss of efficiencies, and cost impacts. The market is witnessing little to no pattern to help companies recognize the potential future consequences of COVID-19 on the capital project and construction programs or when restrictions may end. Builders in various projects are finding a need to assess contractual terms, including project shutdowns, force majeure clauses, notice requirements, and entitlement for the time delay. Many building owners are evaluating the impact of rejected time extension, cost intensification, availability of resources, and health and safety measures to prepare for the future of their plans and designs to manage them effectively.

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Systems Allow Tracking Building Health, Energy Consumption Remotely

In situations where the working requires remote monitoring, such as in COVID-19 restrictions, building analytics can be paramount to control from several miles away. Traditional systems are only able to communicate with proprietary systems and are less useful in such situations. However, building analytics automation solutions are significantly designed to integrate easily with open systems and enable the alerts and notifications even from old systems. Moreover, some of the crucial features of building analytics systems are fault detection and diagnostics that will help estimate energy requirements and cost savings. The performances can be tracked in specified and customized periodic intervals, which help to ensure continuous building health and energy efficiency.

The increasing demand for energy-efficient systems and cost-efficient plans are propelling the global building analytics market during the forecast period. The commercial building segments are expected to be leading end users due to their high-energy consumption, which includes HVAC and light systems. Various organizations or enterprises are relying on relevant IoT devices and sensors to recognize and perform steps to improve effectiveness and reduce the carbon footprint. The sensors help understand energy consumption and loads to receive real-time updates on the operational status of building equipment and recognize errors in the building infrastructure. All these factors are anticipated to contribute towards increased demand for the building analytics market during the projected period.

AI, ML Helping Developers to Plan, Perform

The construction industry is significantly taking advantage of the industry’s complex workflows and challenging environments with the help of data analytics and artificial intelligence in previous years. Previously, developers enabled SaaS solutions to utilize the ability and potential of cloud computing, and data analytics for the construction industry. Hence, contractors are heavily investing in the cloud. The construction industry’s digital revolution is mainly due to cloud computing which underpins all the most powerful software solutions. Applications of cloud computing in the building analytics market include powerful data processing, connected job sites, data storage, advanced analytics, and improved security.

Apart from cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are helping the construction industry to plan and create buildings and transform them into smart buildings. AI allows a 3D model-based method that gives planning, architecture, and insights for construction specialist to efficiently map, design, build, and manage buildings and infrastructure. In addition, the industry is attempting to use machine learning for applications such as the generative plan to classify and decrease conflicts between the diverse models created by diverse teams in devising and designing to avoid rework. The building analytics system examines all variations of a solution and creates design alternatives. These are anticipated to prove propitious for the future growth of the building analytics market.

North America to Lead Building Analytics Market

Energy-efficient systems to reduce utility bills and other work overhead costs in buildings are rising in popularity with rising trends for smart building across the world. Several builders and corporate buildings rely on the building management system to improve the lifespan of building infrastructure and equipment in terms of energy, comfort, security, and overall development. The factors such as automated fault detection and diagnosis, and real-time performance monitoring for smart buildings are contributing to the overall rise of the building analytics market, which is projected to exceed the value of US$ 20.1 Bn by 2030, expanding at a CAGR of ~15% during the forecast period.

Owing to technological advancements and digitization, North America is projected to hold a strong position in the global building analytics market during the forecast period. However, Asia Pacific building analytics market is expected to expand at a healthy pace during the projected period, due to government investments and policies for smart building and upcoming construction projects. In order to manage energy demand and carbon footprint, governments of some countries including Japan, China, and India are integrating smart solutions, which is propelling the global building analytics market during the forecast period.

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