Building Automation Control Systems Market Sizing North America

RESEARCH OBJECTIVE AND SCOPE

CABA, in partnership with BSRIA and with the support of industry-leading companies, will be undertaking a yearly Building Automation Control Systems (BACS) market sizing study. This project will be focusing on the total North American market, market forecast and trends, channels to market, installed value (products and associated labour), vertical segments, and the uptake of convergence vs. stand-along systems.

In addition, CABA has established a quarterly top line data collection group to monitor changes inthe quickly evolving BACS market. The group comprises CABA key members, and will delivery aggregated data to monitor general market trends. All three major components of “building automation products” will be considered in the collection: (1) Software, including Supervisory software and Analytics and Energy/BEMS software; (2) Hardware — encompassing BAS protocol gateways and BAS network routers and BACnet SC hubs; and (3) Controls, which includes building controls, room controllers, and HVAC field-level controllers.

BSRIA Ltd. (or Building Services Research and Information Association) is an ISO 9001 Registered test, instruments, research and consultancy organisation, providing specialist services in construction and building services. Through independent, authoritative studies, BSRIA has been a market intelligence leader for over 30 years. More about BSRIA.

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Participation by invitation only
Access to the data and report is only available to participating funding organizations. The cost to participate is $12,000 per annum.

Benefits of participation include:

  • Access to unparalleled market insight and data to guide strategic and business decisions.
  • Influence on the research scope, methodology, and direction.
  • The ability to ask questions of the research analysts.
  • Opportunity to collaborate with industry peers.
  • Report, executive summary and presentations.

For more information about this research and to become involved as a funder, contact:

Greg Walker
CABA Research Director
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 613.686.1814 x227