BSRIA is pleased to announce that the Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) Board of Directors, based on the CABA Intelligent & Integrated Buildings Council’s (IIBC) recommendation, has contracted BSRIA to update the previous CABA Research Report entitled “Intelligent and Integrated Buildings Technologies: Market Size in North America 2010”.
The 2010 Report was very well received by the 26 sponsors and provided an in-depth analysis of the growing North American market for integrated and converged intelligent building control systems including: environmental control technologies, fire detection, security, lighting systems and IT convergence. CABA members can view the Executive Summary, of the original MSNA Report, in the CABA Research Library (contact BSRIA or CABA for pass codes if they are needed).
The updated MSNA v2 Report 2014 will cover the following subject areas:
1. Building Automation and Control Systems (BACS)
2. Fire Detection and Alarm Systems
3. Electronic Security Systems (CCTV/Video, Access Control, Intruder Alarm)
4. Lighting Control Systems
Each sponsor will be able to have representatives on the MSNA v2 Steering Committee. Sponsors will work collaboratively with BSRIA through the entire project, which is expected to be completed by October, 2014. Sponsors can share the complete Report with their entire organization and include colleagues in a final webinar presentation. Sponsors will also receive an electronic Executive Summary and Final Report and a text version.
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The cost to participate in this collaborative research - Intelligent and Integrated Buildings Technologies: Market Size in North America 2014 will be only $10K US per organization. The following companies have already confirmed their participation in the Study:
• Honeywell International
• Johnson Controls
• Overhead Door Corporation
• Panduit Corporation
• Schneider Electric
• Siemens Industry, Inc.
If you are interested in sponsoring this important MSNA v2 Study, please let BSRIA know on the contact details below as soon as possible as it is expected that the Sponsors’ Steering Committee will place a long embargo on this study. Based on the 26 sponsors of the 2010 study, demand for this Report is anticipated to be high and the Steering Committee for this Study will be capped at 15 sponsors (first come - first served).
If you are interested or wish to discuss this project further, please contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org (Tel. +44 1344 465573) or email@example.com (Tel. +44 1344 465637)