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Last edited 30 Jun 2021
BSRIA study: The market for European Field Devices
 European trends
This popular report will expand its scope to European countries, looking at market size and trends to 2025, drivers and barriers and the competitive landscape of the commercial market segmented into three modules:
BSRIA has covered Building Automation Controls (BACS) for many years, but has now recognised the need for more in-depth coverage of non-residential field devices. Thanks to our combination of technical expertise in building applications and business intelligence capabilities, we can provide in-depth coverage of the field devices market.
Trends BSRIA has observed include:
- An increase in motorisation is boosting prices in most markets.
- Demand for energy efficiency and increasing expectation for user safety and user comfort is driving sales of dynamic devices.
- Cloud services and IoT technology are gradually being introduced to the market and installations of sensors, notably multi-sensors, are accelerating significantly.
- Non-residential HVAC valves, dampers and actuators.
- Ball valve.
- Globe valve.
- Butterfly valve.
- Rotary valve.
- Diaphragm valve.
- Paddle or plunger valve.
- Gate valve.
- Butterfly damper.
- Curtain/guillotine damper.
- Louvre damper.
- Temperature sensor.
- Pressure sensor (temperature, pressure air, pressure liquid, humidity, CO2, CO, VOC/particle, occupancy/motion, light-dependent, multi sensors, wall/ceiling, duct/pipe, outdoor).
The countries to be covered are:
- BSRIA UK (Europe): [email protected]bsria.co.uk; +44 (0) 1344 465 540.
- BSRIA USA (Americas): [email protected]bsria.com; +1 312 753 6803.
- BSRIA China (China): [email protected]; +86 10 6465 7707.
This article originally appeared on the BSRIA website under the headline, 'New BSRIA study: The market for European Field Devices'. It was published in June 2021.
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