This report is a new 2017 definitive resource for evaluating startup companies in the smart buildings space.
Within the 247 pages and 51 charts and tables, the report sieves out all the key facts and draws conclusions, so you can understand how startup companies are shaping the future of the smart building industry.
- Companies in the listing of over 250 are predominantly building performance software focused, confirming that software is a key differentiator in intelligent buildings and has low entry barriers for new entrants.
- 80% of the startups identified have received funding from venture capital or private equity since 2008. Over 60% of the new entrants are based in North America, reflecting the comparative ease with which startups can gain funding from US investors.
- Startups have attracted a total of $3,927 million since 2008, with the highest level of funding achieved in 2016, showing increased confidence by investors in the sector and indicating the positive response companies are receiving for their products and services in the market.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Introduction and Scope of the Report
1.2 Smart Buildings Definition
1.3 Definition of Startup Companies
1.4 Focus and Categorization of Startups
2. Overview of New Entrants
3. Smart Building Applications
3.1 The Building Internet of Things (BIoT)
3.2 Enterprise Energy Management (EEM)
3.3 Real Estate and Property Management
3.4 Physical Security in Buildings
3.5 Smart Building to Smart Grid Applications
3.6 Other Smart Building Applications
4. The Global BIoT Market - Sizing & Growth Projections
5. Emerging Technologies
5.1 Artificial Intelligence
5.2 Commercial Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and Smart Robots
6. Partnerships and Investments
6.1 Venture Capital and Private Equity Funding
6.2 Acquisitions of Emerging Players
6.3 Initial Public Offerings
6.4 Collaboration between Startups and Corporations
6.5 Accelerators and Incubators
7. Partnerships and Strategic Alliances of the Major Players
7.1 BAS Players
7.2 HVAC Equipment Suppliers
7.3 Utilities and Energy Services Providers
7.4 Lighting Companies
7.5 IT Players
8. Profiles of Selected Startups
8.2 Asset Mapping
8.6 Foghorn Systems
8.7 Growing Energy Labs Inc (GELI)
8.9 Origami Energy
8.11 Prism Skylabs
8.14 Switch Automation
8.15 Verdigris Technologies
9. What Does the Future Hold for StartUps?
A1 - Startup Companies Listing
A2 - Funding and Investments 2015 - 2016
A3 - Acquisitions of New Entrants
For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5srjd2/start_ups_and