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Evolving Customer Usage Patterns Fuel BMS Innovations

Date: 02 July 2012

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Executive Summary

This report provides facility managers, occupiers and owners with insights on the latest product innovations and usage trends in the Building Management System (BMS) market. BMS is a mature software offering, first brought to the market in the 1970s. As the interface between facility managers and mechanical and electrical equipment, users configure BMS to control, measure and identify faults in the day-to-day performance of mechanical and electrical equipment found in facilities such as commercial offices, grocery retail units and distribution warehouses. Two key factors drive innovation in this market: customer demand for increased operational performance, and technical advances in the IT industry. Verdantix finds that usage trends evolve as customers look to BMS suppliers to help them optimize real-time performance of their real estate portfolios.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

EVOLVING CUSTOMER USAGE PATTERNS FUEL BMS INNOVATIONS
Product-Level Innovation Spans Analytics, Demand Response, Integration And Interoperability
BMS Services And Commercial Models Evolve To Enable Continuous Commissioning
Customer Focus Shifts To Real-Time Management And Monitoring

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONEDORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

ABB, Apple, Automatic Logic, British Land, CBRE, Cylon, Daikin, Honeywell, HVMH, IMServ, Johnson Controls, Jones Lang LaSalle, JouleX, Lend Lease, Louis Vuitton, MITIE, Microsoft, Open General, Priva, Sauter, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Westfield, Verisae