DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/b57s4v/sensors_for) has announced the addition of the "Sensors for Energy Efficient Buildings and Building Management (Technical Insights) - Sensors Enabling Cost Savings by Optimizing Energy Usage" report to their offering.
Sensors are a key enabling technology for energy efficient buildings. Output from sensors enables effective demand controlled HVAC and lighting. This enables users to save on utility bills and help in reduction of carbon emissions by efficient energy usage and minimising wastage. The research service offers insights primarily on nine dimensions of sensors for energy efficient buildings and building management.
Energy Efficiency and comfortable environment in buildings are enabled by building automation systems where sensors play a key role. The major aspects are providing lighting and HVAC based on actual demand and occupancy information. Unnecessary usage of devices leads to unwanted usage of electricity which can be curbed using sensing solutions.
This research service covers technology trends in Sensors for Energy Efficient Buildings and Building management. Primary technologies covered include temperature sensing, occupancy detection, motion detection and air quality sensing. These areas are imperative for achieving energy efficiency by having demand controlled HVAC and lighting.
The research service offers insights primarily on nine dimensions of sensors for energy efficient buildings
and building management as listed below.
- Year of impact
- Market Potential
- Global Footprint
- IP Activity
- Breadth of Industries
- Impact on Megatrend
- Potential Points of convergence
- Size of Innovation Ecosystem
Key Topics Covered:
Nine Pronged Technology Assessment
Sensors for Energy Efficient Buildings and Building Management - Nine Dimensional Analysis
Year of Impact
Breadth of Applications
Impact on Megatrend
Potential points of Converge
Size of the Innovation Ecosys
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