Analysis of the hottest building automation market

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Analysis of building automation market

as far as the current building automation market is concerned, it still needs a long way to go to form a highly integrated and highly open system. It can be said that on the road of unifying the standard of building automation transmission protocol, people have gone through a long and tortuous road and faced many compromises. The current situation is that several large building control manufacturers still maintain their own transmission protocols in their systems, and develop new products that support standard protocols. If we blindly implement the new open standards, it will inevitably lead to a redistribution of interests and markets in the whole industry. This will damage the existing extruder industry of these manufacturers who maintain private agreements. At present, there is still a large market space for the development of the extruder industry in the city. At the same time, it will cause them to invest more research and development funds to comply with the new standards in a short time, thereby increasing the cost of products. This is something that some private agreement retention manufacturers do not want to see. At the same time, some companies, such as echelon, whose main business is bus integration technology, do not want to see it. The promotion of open standard agreements means that companies such as echelon have lost the market in building automation. For example, this may be one of the reasons why BACnet protocol also supports lontalk protocol in its protocol

therefore, turn off the compressor in the new agreement; Zhouwenqin, Deputy Secretary General of the waterproof technology expert group of Beijing urban construction science and Technology Promotion Association, revealed that pressing the power switch has not yet formed a stable market, and has not brought sufficient return on investment to these manufacturers. Maintaining the coexistence of private agreements and standard agreements will also be the main situation in the building automation industry. It can be said that for building control equipment manufacturers who maintain private agreements, losing the right to use private agreements is equivalent to losing the market. Although private agreements are not conducive to the integration and opening of the system, they are conducive to manufacturers to maintain the market share of their products and the monopoly position in the industry

in a sense, the BACnet agreement, led by the American Society of heating, refrigeration and air conditioning engineers, abandons all mature private agreements and is independently developed, which is of the significance of anti-monopoly and promoting free competition in the industry. Therefore, I believe that the main factor that hinders the building automation system from achieving a high degree of integration and openness is not the technical factor, but the protection and monopoly of private technology by the current mainstream building control equipment manufacturers

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