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Smart Wireless Lighting

A Market Dynamics Report (2nd edition)

Published: Q2 2015

Analysts/Contributors:
Mareca Hatler, Darryl Gurganious
and Charlie Chi Ph.D

Pages: 80 (65 figures, 36 tables)


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Synopsis:

Low power wireless standards combined with a rapid migration to LED lighting has made smart lighting a catalyst for the Internet of Things. ON World’s 2015 surveys with vendors, consumers and major retail outlets found that smart wireless lighting products are one of the fastest growing technology markets. In fact, sales for smart LED light bulbs increased by 2900% in 2014 from 2012.

This enormous increase is just the beginning of what will be a multi-decade consumer upgrade cycle. ON World’s April 2015 consumer survey with 1,000+ U.S. consumers found that 1 in 5 plan to buy a smart wireless LED light bulb within the next two years. By 2019, annual shipments for smart wireless LED light bulbs will increase by 40 times.

Commercial smart wireless lighting is also growing rapidly due to plummeting LED and wireless component costs along with intensifying regulations. ON World’s 2015 smart lighting vendor survey found that there has been a rapid migration to wireless LED drivers and ballasts. Forty-four percent (44%) of respondents are developing or offering wireless LED drivers or ballasts up from 28% in our previous survey from Q4 2012. Network sizes are growing. Two in five indicate they have deployed 1,000 or more and 27% have deployed over 5,000 smart wireless lighting nodes at one location.

ZigBee has emerged as the leading smart wireless lighting technology. However, the number of smart LED bulbs using Bluetooth is rapidly growing and products based on Bluetooth Smart Mesh is an emerging trend. By the end of 2019, Bluetooth will become the second largest smart lighting technology up from 7% of residential unit sales in 2014.

Based on vendor surveys and phone interviews with 1,200 individuals across the whole smart lighting value chain along with an evaluation of 250+ products and 20,000 consumer reviews, Smart Wireless Lighting analyzes the rapidly growing market for smart wireless lighting in the residential, commercial and outdoor markets.

The report includes global five-year forecasts-- units and software/services-- by market, product segment, geography and technology; the results from surveys with consumers, vendors, retail outlets and other industry players; an in-depth technology evaluation and a competitive analysis with 70 companies across the whole smart lighting value chain.


Primary Research:

1,200+ individuals including consumers, facility managers, home service providers, retail outlets, professional installers, lighting manufacturers, control system providers and component suppliers.


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Primary Research:

Vendors, Suppliers & Distributors

In addition to surveying 1,000+ consumers, we interviewed/surveyed 90+ lighting manufacturers, control system vendors, facility/property managers, home service providers, retail outlets and professional installers.

Wireless Lighting & Control Systems Manufacturers

Ask Controls
Acuity Brands
Belkin
Autani Corporation
Bosch Security
CentraLite Systems
CIMCON Lighting
Control4
Convergence Wireless
Cooper
Cree
Crestron
Dailight
Daintree Networks
Delta Controls
Digital Lumens
DimOnOff
Distech Controls Inc.
Elgato
Encelium
Enlighted Inc.
Evolve Guest Controls
Fagerhult
Feit Electric

GE
GreenWave Systems

Harvard Engineering

Hubbell
Illuminating Concepts
Ingersoll Rand
INNCOM International
Kanepi Innovations
Laserlight Systems
LED Roadway
LED Trial
Leedarson
Legrand
Leviton
LG
LIFX (LiFi Labs)
Light Corporation
LSI Industries
Lucy Zodion
LumenRadio
LumenPulse
Lumewave (Echelon)
Lunera Lighting
Lutron Electronics
Mayflower
Mesh Systems
Misfit
Orama
Osram Sylvania

Paradox Engineering
Philips Lighting
Ripley
Samsung
Satechi
Schreder

Sengled



Sensity Systems
Sharp Corporation

Silver Spring Networks
Smartbotics
Smart Labs
SmartThings

Synapse Wireless
Sunrise Technologies
Tabu Products
TCP
Thermokon Sensortechnik
Telensa
TwistHDM
Vantage Controls
Venture Lighting International
Wattstopper
Wink
Zumtobel Group

Components/Enablers:

Analog Devices
Atmel Corporation
California Eastern Labs

EnOcean
Freescale Semiconductor
GainSpan
GreenPeak Technologies
Marvell Technology Group
MicroChip Technology
Nordic Semiconductors

NXP Semiconductors
Qualcomm Atheros
Renesas
Sigma Designs
Silicon Labs
STMicro
Texas Instruments

Industry Alliances:

Bluetooth SIG
Connected Lighting Alliance
EMerge Alliance
EnOcean Alliance
IPSO Alliance

TALQ Consortium
ZigBee Alliance
Z-Wave Alliance

Managed Services &
Retail Outlets:

Apple Computer
Best Buy
Comcast
Home Depot
Lowe's
Staples
Vivint

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary
Report Scope & Methodology

Ecosystem
Trends & Developments
Residential Market
Commercial Building Market
Municipal & Outdoor Market
The Value System
Smart Lighting Product Analysis
Smart LED Light Bulbs
Enormous Smart Bulbs Sales Growth
Consumer Product Ratings
ZigBee Leads the Smart Bulb Market
Smart Bulb Products by Technology
Smart Bulb Products by Price

Consumer Viewpoints
Most Likely Smart Home Products
Preferred Smart Lighting Features
Maximum Smart LED Bulb Pricing
Smart Lighting Service Fee
Smart Wireless Lighting Concerns
Percent of Home’s Light Bulbs to be Smart
Most Important Experience Features

Vendor Viewpoints
Development Phase
Smart Lighting Technologies
Wireless Mesh Sensor Networks
Energy Harvesting
Average Nodes per Gateway
Largest Deployment
Smart Wireless Lighting Systems
Smart Wireless Lighting Features
Average Lights per Wireless Unit
Wireless Ballasts & Drivers
Energy Management Features
Energy Savings Payback Time
Target Markets
Costs per Control Unit
Adoption Considerations
Inhibitors
Current Market Size
Market Sizing in Five Years
LED Deployments Today & In Five Years

Technology Dynamics
Trends & Developments
Low Power Chips
6LoWPAN Everywhere
Mesh Networking
Chipset Advances
IP Addressable Sensors/Radios
Energy Harvesting
Technologies & Standards Developments
IEEE 802.15.4
ZigBee
ZigBee Home Automation
ZigBee Light Link
ZigBee Building Automation
ZigBee Green Power
ZigBee 3.0
The Thread Group
EnOcean
Z-Wave
Low Power WiFi
Bluetooth Smart
IETF Sensor Networking Standards
6LoWPAN
ROLL/RPL
CoRE/CoAP
Other Industry Alliances
IPSO Alliance
EMerge Alliance
Connected Lighting Alliance
TALQ Consortium

Global Total Forecasts
Methodology
Units by Market
Revenues by Market
Units by Product Type
Smart LED Light Bulbs
Smart LED Light Bulb Control Costs
Revenues by Equipment & Services
Revenues by Geography
Chipsets by Technology

Target Markets

Residential
Summary
The Value System
Market Sizing
Units by Market
Revenues by Market
Units by Product Type
Smart Wireless LED Light Bulb Shipments
Smart Wireless LED Light Bulb Revenues

Revenues by Equipment & Services
Revenues by Geography
Chipsets by Technology

Commercial Buildings
Summary
The Value System
Market Sizing
Units by Market
Revenues by Market
Units by Product Type
Revenues by Equipment & Services
Revenues by Geography
Chipsets by Technology

Municipal, Outdoor & Others
Summary
Outdoor Smart Wireless Lighting Value System
Market Sizing
Units by Market
Revenues by Market
Units by Product Type
Revenues by Equipment & Services
Revenues by Geography
Chipsets by Technology

Competitive Landscape
Enablers & Components
Lighting Manufacturers & Smart LED Light Bulb Systems
Residential & Commercial Control Systems
Municipal & Outdoor Lighting Systems
List of Figurestandards & Competing Technologies
Report Scope & Methodology


List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Smart Wireless Lighting Revenues by Market (2014-2019)
Figure 2: Residential Retail Smart LED Bulb Annual Growth Rate in 2014
Figure 3: Likely to Purchase Smart LED Bulbs w/in Two Years
Figure 4: Smart Wireless Smart Lighting Technologies in 2014 & 2019
Figure 5: Consumer Smart Wireless Lighting Products by Type
Figure 6: Consumer Smart Wireless Lighting Products by Launch Date
Figure 7: Residential Retail Sales Growth by Product Type
Figure 8: Consumer Smart Lighting Ratings by Product Type
Figure 9: Residential Retail Sales Growth by Technology
Figure 10: Consumer Smart Wireless Lighting Products by Technology
Figure 11: Consumer Smart Wireless Lighting Products by Price
Figure 12: Smart Home Products Likely to Purchase w/in Two Years
Figure 13: Preferred Smart Lighting Features
Figure 14: Max Price for Smart LED RGB Light Bulb
Figure 15: Amount Willing to Spend on a Monthly Lighting Service Fee
Figure 16: Smart Wireless Lighting Concerns
Figure 17: Percent of Home’s Light Bulbs to be Smart
Figure 18: Most Important Experience Features
Figure 19: Most Important Experience Features by Age
Figure 20: Vendor Smart Lighting Development Phase
Figure 21: Vendor Smart Lighting Technologies Used
Figure 22: Percent of Smart Lighting Mesh Nodes
Figure 23: Percent of Smart Lighting Nodes Using Energy Harvesting
Figure 24: Average Smart Lighting Nodes per Gateway
Figure 25: Largest Smart Lighting Deployment per Site
Figure 26: Smart Wireless Lighting System Types
Figure 27: Smart Wireless Lighting System Features
Figure 28: Average Lights per Wireless Unit
Figure 29: Percent of Wireless Ballasts/Drivers
Figure 30: Smart Lighting Energy Management Features
Figure 31: Smart Lighting Energy Savings Payback Time
Figure 32: Smart Wireless Lighting Target Markets
Figure 33: Smart Wireless Lighting Cost per Control Unit
Figure 34: Smart Lighting Adoption Considerations
Figure 35: Smart Lighting Adoption Inhibitors
Figure 36: Smart Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments in 2014
Figure 37: Smart Wireless Lighting Growth in 2019
Figure 38: LED % of Deployments Today and in 2019
Figure 39: Global Smart Wireless Lighting Device Shipments by Market (2014-2019)
Figure 40: Global Smart WirelessLighting Revenues by Market (2014-2019)
Figure 41: Global Smart WirelessLighting Device Shipments by Type (2014-2019)
Figure 42: Global Smart Wireless Lighting Revenues, Equipment & Services (2014-2019)
Figure 43: Global Smart Wireless Lighting Revenues by Geography (2014-2019)
Figure 44: Global Smart Wireless Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2014-2019)
Figure 45: Residential Smart Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments (2014-2019)
Figure 46: Residential Smart Wireless Lighting Revenues by Market (2014-2019)
Figure 47: Residential Smart Wireless Lighting Units by Product Type (2014-2019)
Figure 48: Residential LED Light Bulb Shipments, Smart & Other (2014-2019)
Figure 49: Residential Smart LED Light Bulb Revenues, Lamp & Control Unit (2014-2019)
Figure 50: Residential Smart Wireless Lighting Revenues, Eqpmnt & Services (2014-2019)
Figure 51: Residential Smart Wireless Lighting Revenues by Geography (2014-2019)
Figure 52: Residential Smart Wireless Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2014-2019)
Figure 53: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments (2014-2019)
Figure 54: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Revenues by Market (2014-2019)
Figure 55: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments by Product Type (2014-2019)
Figure 56: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Revenues, Eqpmnt & Services (2014-2019)
Figure 57: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Revenues by Geography (2014-2019)
Figure 58: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2014-2019)
Figure 59: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments (2014-2019)
Figure 60: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Revenues by Market (2014-2019)
Figure 61: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments by Product Type (2014-2019)
Figure 62: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Revenues, Eqpmnt & Services (2014-2019)
Figure 63: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Revenues by Geography (2014-2019)
Figure 64: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2014-2019)
Figure 65: Smart Wireless Lighting Competitive Landscape


List of Tables

Table 1: The Smart Wireless Lighting Value System
Table 2: Smart Wireless LED Light Bulbs
Table 3: Wireless Smart Lighting Technologies At-A-Glance
Table 4: Global Smart Wireless Lighting Device Shipments by Market (2014-2019)
Table 5: Global Smart Wireless Lighting Revenues by Market (2014-2019)
Table 6: Global Smart Wireless Lighting Device Shipments by Type (2014-2019)
Table 7: Global Smart Wireless Lighting Revenues, Equipment & Services (2014-2019)
Table 8: Global Smart WirelessLighting Revenues by Geography (2014-2019)
Table 9: Global Smart Wireless Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2014-2019)
Table 10: Residential Smart Wireless Lighting Vendors
Table 11: Residential Smart Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments (2014-2019)
Table 12: Residential Smart Wireless Lighting Revenues by Market (2014-2019)
Table 13: Residential Smart Wireless Lighting Units by Product Type (2014-2019)
Table 14: Residential LED Light Bulb Shipments, Smart & Other (2014-2019)
Table 15: Residential Smart LED Light Bulb Revenues, Lamp & Control Unit (2014-2019)
Table 16: Residential Smart Wireless Lighting Revenues, Equipment & Services (2014-2019)
Table 17: Residential Smart Wireless Lighting Revenues by Geography (2014-2019)
Table 18: Residential Smart Wireless Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2014-2019)
Table 19: Commercial Building Smart Wireless Lighting Vendors & Systems
Table 20: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments (2014-2019)
Table 21: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Revenues by Market (2014-2019)
Table 22: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments by Product Type (2014-2019)
Table 23: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Revenues, Equipment & Services (2014-2019)
Table 24: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Revenues by Geography (2014-2019)
Table 25: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2014-2019)
Table 26: Streetlight & Outdoor Lighting Control Vendors
Table 27: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments (2014-2019)
Table 28: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Revenues by Market (2014-2019)
Table 29: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments by Product Type (2014-2019)
Table 30: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Revenues, Eqpmnt & Services (2014-2019)
Table 31: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Revenues by Geography (2014-2019)
Table 32: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2014-2019)
Table 33: Smart Wireless Lighting Components – Profiles
Table 34: Lighting Manufacturers/Smart Bulb Systems– Profiles
Table 35: Residential & Commercial Lighting Control Systems & Services - Profiles
Table 36: Municipal & Outdoor Wireless Lighting Systems – Profiles


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