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Comprehensive 298-page report on the current state of smart building adoption including:

  • Key smart building vendors and vendor satisfaction
  • Deep dives for 26 smart building use cases, including adoption, ROI, and investment plans for each region and industry
  • Digitization state and trends for 12 different building types
  • In-depth look at 34 supporting building technologies (e.g., connectivity protocols and building management software)
  • Best practices and lessons learned
  • 10 detailed smart building case studies
  • And more

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Smart Building Adoption Report 2022

The Smart Building Adoption Report 2022 is part of IoT Analytics’ ongoing coverage of non-industrial IoT applications and IoT in general. The information presented in this report is based on extensive research conducted over several months (September–December 2021) that involved interviews with 120 smart building decision-makers.

The purpose of this document is to inform other market participants about the current state of adoption of smart building use cases across companies through the IoT Analytics research lens.

Questions answered in this report:

  • Which smart building use cases are the most adopted?
  • Which smart building use cases have the highest ROI?
  • Which smart building use cases do companies plan to invest in during the next two years?
  • Who are the leading vendors for smart building technology, what do they offer, and how satisfied are end users?
  • Which supporting technologies do smart building end users implement as part of their smart building projects?
  • What are the best practices and lessons learned of companies that have adopted smart building use cases?
  • What are the key drivers of smart building adoption?
  • What role does sustainability play in smart building initiatives?
  • And more

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At a glance:

Adopters share key success factors for smart building projects.

 

 

Smart Building Adoption Report 2022 - Success factors

An adoption heatmap shows a detailed comparison across different industries and regions.

Smart Building Adoption Report 2022 - Heatmap
Investment plans for all 26 use cases for the next 2 years are analyzed.
Smart Building Adoption Report 2022 - Investment next two years

The Smart Building Adoption report shows detailed usage and satisfaction statistics for the top vendors.

Smart Building Adoption Report 2022 - Leading vendors by tech stack-

10 case studies are presented, including characteristics, strategy, partners, network technologies, oversights, and success factors.

Smart Building Adoption Report 2022 - Case studies

The report provides detailed deep dives for all 26 smart building use cases, including a number of key metrics.

Smart Building Adoption Report 2022 - Use case deep dive

​Selected companies from the report:

Siemens, Schneider Electric, Johnson Controls, Honeywell, IBM, Cisco, Verdigris, Microsoft, Accenture, Hitachi, and more.

Related Reading:

IoT Analytics’ blog post “5 Things to know about the smart buildings market” is derived from the report.

Smart Building Adoption Report 2022 - Report focus

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    December 2021

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    298-page in-depth report on the use cases and key aspects of the Smart Building initiative

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    Table of Contents

    Smart Building Adoption Report 2022 (PDF)

    1. Executive Summary
      1. Six overarching findings from interviewing 120 smart building decision-makers
      2. Executive Summary
      3. Overview: Adoption, ROI, and the plan to invest
      4. Smart building use case adoption and digitization spending – by global region
    2. Introduction
      1. Table of contents
      2. Starting point: What makes a building smart?
      3. The importance of smart buildings in everyday life is expected to fuel spending growth in the coming years
      4. Global interest in smart building use cases
      5. Smart building projects happen in multi-stakeholder environments
      6. The report analyzes smart buildings through eight lenses
      7. The report looks at 26 smart building use cases across six groups
      8. The report looks at 12 different building types
      9. The report looks at the use of 34 different building technologies
      10. Overview: The 26 smart buildings use cases
    3. Methodology
      1. The report is based on a survey of 120 end users of smart building applications
      2. Survey respondents sampling overview
      3. Full list of 11 screeners and 29 survey questions
      4. Examples of companies surveyed
    4. Drivers of the digitization of buildings
      1. Drivers of digitization of buildings: Overview and key takeaways
      2. Smart building goals and drivers
      3. Importance of sustainability/users/costs – by region/size and industry
      4. Goal importance deep dive (1/6): XX
      5. Goal importance deep dive (2/6): XX
      6. Goal importance deep dive (3/6): XX
      7. Goal importance deep dive (4/6): XX
      8. Goal importance deep dive (5/6): XX
      9. Goal importance deep dive (6/6): XX
      10. Smart building goals and drivers
      11. Drivers of smart building projects: Global view
      12. Drivers of smart building projects: Regional view
      13. Drivers of smart building projects: Industrial view (real estate)
      14. Examples of local incentives
      15. Deep dive: Regulations
      16. Sustainability deep dive (1/2): XX
      17. Sustainability deep dive (2/2): XX
    5. Success factors
      1. Success factors: Overview and key takeaways
      2. Key success factors for smart building initiatives
      3. Selected quotes (1/5): Success factor X
      4. Selected quotes (2/5): Success factor X
      5. Selected quotes (3/5): Success factor X
      6. Selected quotes (4/5): Success factor X
      7. Selected quotes (5/5): Success factor X
    6. : Finding the right vendors and vendor landscape
      1. Finding the right vendors and vendor landscape: Overview and key takeaways
      2. Importance of choosing the correct vendor for a smart building project
      3. Why finding the right vendor is difficult
      4. Types of vendors involved in a smart building initiative – by region
      5. Types of vendors involved in a smart building initiative – by industry
      6. Leading smart building vendors – by tech stack
      7. Additional vendors mentioned by respondents
      8. Top ten hardware vendors – usage and satisfaction
      9. Top ten software vendors – usage and satisfaction
      10. Top 10 service vendors – usage and satisfaction
      11. Company profile: Siemens (X/3)
      12. Company profile: Schneider Electric (X/2)
      13. Company profile: Johnson Controls (X/2)
      14. Company profile: Honeywell (X/2)
      15. Preference of proprietary building hardware and software
      16. Difficulty finding the right vendor
      17. Importance of a provider with deep industry knowledge
    7. Choosing the use cases
      1. Choosing the use cases: Overview and key takeaways
      2. Average number of rolled-out use cases – by region and building type
      3. The report looks at 26 smart building use cases across six groups
      4. Overview: The 26 smart buildings use cases (X/3)
      5. Average share of roll-out area by use case
      6. Average share of roll-out area – by region
      7. Average share of roll-out area – by industry
      8. Use case adoption – by building type
      9. Use case adoption – by building value
      10. Use case adoption – by building size and age
      11. Looking at 100 buildings: Number of use cases – by age of building
      12. Share of buildings with rolled-out use case – by age
      13. Adoption – by use case (X/3)
      14. Average ROI across all use cases – by region and industry
      15. Share of respondents with positive ROI
      16. Share of respondents with positive ROI – by region
      17. Share of respondents with positive ROI – by industry
      18. Amortization time – by use case (X/3)
      19. Average investment change across all use cases – by region and industry
      20. Average investment change in the next two years
      21. Average investment change – by region
      22. Average investment change – by industry
      23. Planned investment – by use case (X/3)
      24. Adoption and ROI of use cases
      25. Relation of planned investment to adoption
      26. Reasons that halt the roll-out process
    8. Choosing technology and connectivity
      1. Choosing technology and connectivity: Overview and key takeaways
      2. Overview: Building technologies (X/2)
      3. Building technologies adoption: Hardware and software
      4. Deep dive (hardware): Building automation control hardware
      5. Deep dive (software) (1/5): Full-scale BMS or BAS
      6. Deep dive (software) (2/5): Some functionalities of BMS or BAS
      7. Deep dive (software) (3/5): IoT platform
      8. Deep dive (software) (4/5): Software hosted in the public cloud
      9. Deep dive (software) (5/5): Stand-alone building maintenance software
      10. Building technologies adoption: Connectivity types
      11. Deep dive (connectivity types) (1/5): Wi-Fi
      12. Deep dive (connectivity types) (2/5): Fiber
      13. Deep dive (connectivity types) (3/5): Bluetooth
      14. Deep dive (connectivity types) (4/5): Public cellular
      15. Deep dive (connectivity types) (5/5): Private cellular
      16. Building technologies adoption: Connectivity protocols
      17. Deep dive (connectivity protocols) (1/5): http/https
      18. Deep dive (connectivity protocols) (2/5): BACnet
      19. Deep dive (connectivity protocols) (3/5): 1-Wire
      20. Deep dive (connectivity protocols) (4/5): OpenWebNet
      21. Deep dive (connectivity protocols) (5/5): MQTT
    9. Trends and challenges
      1. Overview and key takeaways
      2. Smartest buildings – by type
      3. Area digitization – by building type (1/3): Present
      4. Area digitization – by building type (2/3): In two years
      5. Area digitization – by building type (3/3): Overview
      6. Biggest challenges for Smart Building initiatives
      7. Selected quotes (1/5): Obtaining the budget
      8. Selected quotes (2/5): Acquiring the required internal skills/knowledge
      9. Selected quotes (3/5): Finding the right vendor & Solving integration problems
      10. Selected quotes (4/5): Proving the ROI & Overcoming regulatory problems
      11. Selected quotes (5/5): Other topics
      12. Biggest challenges for smart building initiatives
      13. Challenge deep dive (1/2): XX
      14. Challenge deep dive (2/2): XX
    10. Case studies
      1. Overview & key takeaways
      2. The chapter looks at 10 smart building case studies across all sizes
      3. Case Studies (1/10): Largest shopping mall in UAE (X/2)
      4. Case Studies (2/10): Refinery in UK (X/2)
      5. Case Studies (3/10): Data Center in Bengaluru, India (X/2)
      6. Case Studies (4/10): Supermarket in the UK (X/2)
      7. Case Studies (5/10): University campus student hub in Ireland (X/2)
      8. Case Studies (6/10): Global HQ in the UK (X/2)
      9. Case Studies (7/10): Food court inside office campus in UK (X/2)
      10. Case Studies (8/10): Single family homes in rural area (X/2)
      11. Case Studies (9/10): Gas/convenience store in the USA (X/2)
      12. Case Studies (10/10): Multisite retail fast food in the USA (X/2)
    11. Use case deep dive
      1. Overview & key takeaways
      2. Overview: The 26 smart buildings use cases (X/3)
      3. Average share of roll-out area by use case)
      4. 1. Connected HVAC
      5. 2. Air quality monitoring
      6. 3. Sensor based intrusion & alarm systems
      7. 4. Smart video surveillance & analytics
      8. 5. Connected Lighting
      9. 6. Smart Doors / Entrance / Intelligent access systems
      10. 7. Connected Lifts/Elevators
      11. 8. Smart electricity meters
      12. 9. Building (physical) structure monitoring
      13. 10. Connected Blinds / Windows
      14. 11. Smart evacuation and incident management system
      15. 12. Smart water meters
      16. 13. Space/occupancy monitoring
      17. 14. Smart gas meters
      18. 15. Smart grid integration/Intelligent energy management
      19. 16. Smart waste management
      20. 17. Smart heat meters
      21. 18. Renewable energy management
      22. 19. Indoor Navigation Systems & Analytics
      23. 20. Smart cleanliness/Hygiene management
      24. 21. Parking guidance/ availability system
      25. 22. eMobility Charging
      26. 23. Workplace distancing and contact tracing
      27. 24. External use of building data
      28. 25. Smart parcel/mail delivery
      29. 26. Digital twin of the building
    12. Appendix

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