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IoT in Smart Buildings Market Outlook and Forecasts 2018 – 2023 –

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DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “IoT in Smart Buildings Market Outlook and Forecasts 2018 – 2023” report has been added to’s offering.

This Smart Building research focuses primarily upon commercial real estate (CRE), such as office buildings and warehouses, which can be augmented with Internet of Things (IoT) technologies for improved communication, automation, and many workplace benefits for both humans and machines. In addition to optimization of tenant operations, CRE owners recognize the ability to realize significantly higher leasing fees with intelligent buildings. Accordingly, over 80% of new construction involves at least one facet of IoT and/or related Smart Building technologies.

It is important to note that roughly 90% of legacy buildings in developed economies have issues that will require substantial retrofitting

Supporting technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Mobile Edge Computing, 5G networks will all support new and enhanced smart building system related applications and services. The anticipated massive growth of IoT smart building systems also creates a substantial market opportunity for asset tracking systems and real time IoT analytics, especially associated with smart workplace solutions. Mind Commerce sees many opportunities for AI in Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS), especially pertaining to simultaneous resource allocation and workflow management optimization.

This research evaluates the Smart Buildings marketplace including technologies, players, and solutions. The report analyzes Smart Buildings challenges and opportunities, assessing market potential and provides accompanying forecasts globally as well as regionally and by market segment for 2018 – 2023. The report includes analysis of technologies supporting building automation, IWMS, and smart workplace applications and services. Solution areas covered include 5G, AI, Data Analytics, and Edge Computing.

Key Findings:

  • Global IoT smart building market will approach $51.44B USD globally by 2023
  • 33% of IoT smart building market will be powered by AI technologies by 2023
  • North America will lead the IoT smart building market with 36% share by 2023
  • Smart Building automation systems will grow at 48.3% CAGR from 2018 – 2023
  • MEC, 5G, real-time IoT data analytics, and asset tracking are key solution areas

Key Topics Covered: 1 Introduction

2 Smart Building Challenges and Opportunities

3 Smart Building Organizations and Initiatives

4 Company Analysis

5 IoT Smart Building Market Analysis and Forecast 2018 – 2023

6 Conclusions and Recommendations

Companies Mentioned

  • ABB Group
  • Abundant Power
  • Accenture PLC
  • Aeon Labs LLC
  • Affinegy, Inc
  • Affinity Automation, LLC
  • American Auto-Matrix
  • American Digitals
  • American Energy Management
  • AMMAMSIC Technology Corp
  • Appin Associates
  • Assodomotica
  • Athena Engineering, Inc
  • Automated Control Inc.
  • Azbil
  • Be Home247
  • Belimo
  • Brandt Automation, Inc
  • Building IQ
  • Building Robotics
  • Cadillac Fairview
  • Central Coast Environmental Controls
  • Cisco Systems Inc.
  • Copper Tree Analytics
  • Crestron
  • CSR
  • Current Analytics, Inc.
  • Cylon
  • Delta Controls
  • Distech Controls
  • E.M.S. Technologies
  • Eagle Energy, Inc
  • Ecova
  • EFT Energy

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ADLINK launches IoT digital Experiments-as-a-Service

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ADLINK Technology has launched its DXS IoT Digital Experiments as-a-Service offering for testing IoT-based endeavours to determine the viability of possible solutions with none of the upfront costs and risk associated with a full-solution commitment.

According to ADLINK, DXS provides all the resources required to get digital experiments up and running, including pre-validated hardware, client/asset connection, data-movement consolidation to bridge the IT/OT gap, enterprise sharing, endpoint management and field and professional services.

The DXS approach is built on the experience of building military-grade solutions optimized for real-world limitations including security, latency and power. Solutions are designed to take maximum advantage of cloud, data center and edge processing.

“ADLINK DXS IoT digital Experiments as-a-Service allows organisations to think big, start small and work fast when integrating IoT-based functionality within new business models or processes,” says Andy Penfold, director of offering management, ADLINK IoT Solutions and Technology. “Digital experiments combine existing elements in new ways, and the more experiments that are implemented, the more innovations are created. We believe strongly that digital experiments will form the basis of the next generation of business models and processes shaping industry landscapes. Digital experiments, whether successful or unsuccessful, are key to an effective culture of innovation.”

“As successful digital experiments are completed, stakeholder confidence grows, supporting the investment needed for large-scale rollouts,” adds Penfold. “But, unsuccessful experiments can also provide significant value, whether uncovering design issues or revealing where to avoid further investment.”

ADLINK DXS approaches each project individually to determine which areas are likely to be affected by the solution, from ground-level operations to admin/resource allocation. Each digital experiment is defined at the intersection of people, places and affected assets, where most value can be created.

“Our service leverages technologies through all layers of the required hardware, software and network stacks to create viable, scalable and secure IoT solutions,” says Penfold. “These solutions span not only capabilities from ADLINK, but also from partners throughout our ecosystem, and are therefore agnostic in nature.”

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IBM Announces 1800 New Jobs in France In Blockchain, AI, and IoT Within Next Two Years

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IBM CEO Virginia Rometty has announced that in the next two years the company is planning to create 1,800 jobs in France in the fields of Artificial Intelligence (AI), blockchain, and the Internet of Things (IoT), Le Monde reported May 23.

The announcement was made at the Tech for Good summit in Paris, which was hosted by the President of France Emmanuel Macron.

Pursuing the idea of making France a “center of excellence” dedicated to artificial intelligence, the tech giant is looking to hire 1,800 specialists in France in areas including blockchain, AI, and IoT. This includes at least 400 research jobs that were announced in January. In their efforts to expand operations in France, IBM is cooperating with major clients such as Crédit Mutuel, Orange Bank, Generali, SNCF, and LVMH.

Building on the American classifications of “blue collar” or “white collar” jobs, Rometty said that IBM will bring a training program for “new collar jobs” to France.

IBM has been steadily expanding its involvement in blockchain, applying the technology in a number of projects. In January, the company partnered with Danish transport and logistics company Maersk to create a blockchain-based shipping and supply chain venture. The goal of the project is to commercialize blockchain for all aspects of the global supply chain system.

In March, IBM announced that the world’s smallest computer will use blockchain technology and soon be “embedded into everyday devices”. The company claims that within five years “cryptographic anchors — such as ink dots or tiny computers smaller than a grain of salt — will be embedded in everyday objects and devices.”

Last month, payments and technology company MasterCard announced it will hire 175 new employees in Dublin, Ireland, including blockchain specialists, in order to increase its presence in the country.

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C3 IoT, Intel partner to offer software and hardware optimized for AI

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C3 IoT and Intel announced on Wednesday they’re partnering to offer customers software and hardware optimized for AI.

The new AI Appliance is a full-stack turnkey system for developing and training deep learning and other machine learning models. It comes with the C3 IoT Platform pre-installed, as well as Microsoft Azure Stack.

While the C3 IoT Platform can run on premise or in the cloud, the AI Appliance is optimized for customers that cannot use public cloud applications for privacy, security, or regulatory reasons. It’s also optimized for applications that do not require elastic cloud compute.

C3 IoT and Intel say it should serve multiple industries, including financial services, mining, oil and gas, healthcare, manufacturing, aerospace and defense and the public sector.

C3 IoT has expanded rapidly into a variety of sectors after starting by targeting utilities.

Intel, meanwhile, has invested in a range of AI technologies, stressing the notion that there is no “one-size-fits-all” architecture for intelligence.

“With Intel’s powerful engine and the C3 IoT Platform’s capabilities to support enterprise AI and IoT applications, we will dramatically accelerate the digital transformation of the world’s leading organizations,” Thomas M. Siebel, C3 IoT CEO, said in a statement. “C3 IoT and Intel are enabling our joint customers to attain unprecedented levels of operational efficiency, productivity, and competitive advantage.”

The new partnership also includes joint marketing, sales, training and rapid prototyping initiatives.

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Global IoT Chipset Market Report 2018-2022 – Market to Grow at a CAGR of 13.22% –

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DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Global IoT Chipset Market 2018-2022” report has been added to’s offering.

The global IoT chipset market to grow at a CAGR of 13.22% during the period 2018-2022.

Global IoT Chipset Market 2018-2022, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

An loT chipset comprises of one or more application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs), including microcontroller units (MCUs), memory devices, and radio frequency (RF) components, as well as a software stack. It supports multiple wired and wireless protocols operating in multiple frequency bands.

According to the report, one driver in the market is increasing number of smart devices and applications. Smart devices are interactive devices that connect users and other devices using technologies such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 4G, and 3G. These devices enable communication between humans and technology while connecting the digital and physical world through IoT.

Key vendors

  • Altair Semiconductor
  • Intel
  • MediaTek
  • NXP Semiconductors
  • Qualcomm
  • Samsung
  • STMicroelectronics

Key Topics Covered:

Part 01: Executive Summary

Part 02: Scope Of The Report

Part 03: Research Methodology

Part 04: Market Landscape

Part 05: Market Sizing

Part 06: Five Forces Analysis

Part 07: Market Segmentation By Application

Part 08: Customer Landscape

Part 09: Regional Landscape

Part 10: Decision Framework

Part 11: Drivers And Challenges

Part 12: Market Trends

Part 13: Vendor Landscape

Part 14: Vendor Analysis

Part 15: Appendix

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