Across the country, manufacturers and contractors are coming together to find zoning solutions that increase efficiency and comfort for consumers. The following zoning projects provide a telling showcase for zoning and the benefits it can provide within the HVAC marketplace.
Adoption of These Systems Varies Regionally Based on Industry and Regulatory Market Drivers
May 18, 2015
During the past decade, as technologies have matured and the economic benefits have become apparent, the global market for building energy management systems (BEMS) has continued to evolve, notes Navigant Research.
For many seasoned HVAC contractors, the initial sales pitch when selling zoning to consumers can be as simple as a quick question-and-answer session. The unfortunate reality for zoning, however, remains that, for now, it’s still a relatively niche aspect of the HVAC industry as zoning is installed on less than 3 percent of HVAC systems.
The Carrier ChillerVu plant control system is able to control Carrier 19, 23, or 30 series chillers (air- or water-cooled) and includes full integration capabilities, allowing it to monitor and control other equipment in the chiller plant, including non-Carrier chillers.
The BAC-5051E router is a key component of KMC Controls’ Conquest line of BACnet direct-digital controllers and appliances designed to connect building automation systems to the Internet of Things (IoT).
Rising Energy Costs and Stringent Regulatory Policies to Drive US Market
April 27, 2015
The United States market for building automation system (BAS) products is forecast to grow at over 9 percent through 2020, according to a TechSci Research report, “United States Building Automation & Control Systems Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020.” Rising energy costs and stringent regulatory policies are the major growth drivers.
Allied Research Market Study Examines EMS Market Trends for 2013-2020
April 13, 2015
In certain economies, like Europe, government provides support and subsidies to encourage the adoption of home energy management systems, hence its demand is expected to grow, thereby contributing to the total market size.
Aggressive Adoption in Asia/Pacific, North America, and Western Europe
April 6, 2015
Global smart building technology spending is forecast to grow from $6.3 billion in 2014 to $17.4 billion in 2019, registering a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.6 percent, according to a new report from IDC Energy Insights.