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Building Automation System Market Report with Executive Summary, Size, Analysis and Forecast to 2022-2031
The Building Automation Systems (BAS) market was valued at US $ 53.66 billion in 2016 and between 2022 and 2031. With a CAGR of 10.73%, it is expected to reach US $ 99.11 billion by 2022. Factors such as increasing demand for energy-efficient systems, increasing needs for automation of security systems in buildings, and advances in IoT in BAS are expected to drive the growth of the BAS market as a whole. However, the high cost of implementation, technical difficulties, and lack of skilled professionals are factors that limit market growth.
The BAS market for security and access control systems is expected to grow at the fastest rate during the forecast period. The need to increase the level of security, activity monitoring, and access control has led to increased demand for security and access control systems. Demand for home security solutions is also growing rapidly due to a variety of factors, including technological advances, rising crime rates, the need for medical assistance to the elderly at home, and monitoring of children at home.
The Asia Pacific region is expected to be the fastest growing market for BAS. Markets in this region are subdivided into India, China, Japan and other Asia Pacific regions. Expected growth is due to the high economic growth witnessed by the major countries in the region. Rapid modernization and increased construction activity in the APAC region has accelerated the growth of automatic centralized control of HVAC systems installed in the region, ultimately leading to the growth of APAC's BAS market. North America had the largest share of the BAS market in 2016. Commercial and residential applications have the largest share of the North American BAS market, and increasing demand for BAS and industrial applications for these applications is likely to stimulate the North American BAS market.
Extensive primary interviews with key industry players were conducted in the process of determining and validating the market size of several segments and sub-segments collected through the following surveys. The breakdown of the profile of the main participants is as follows:
• By company type: Tier 1 = 30%, Tier 2 = 40%, Tier 3 = 30%
• By designation: Executives = 30%, Manager = 35% , Other = 30%
• By Region: North America = 40%, Europe = 20%, APAC = 30%, Row = 10%
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