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Smart Wireless Lighting

A Market Dynamics Report

Published: Q4 2013

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

Pages: 81 (78 figures, 34 tables)


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Synopsis:

From large scale wireless sensor networks for commercial and outdoor lighting to RF enabled light bulbs for consumers, wireless lighting controls are enabling a new generation of smart lighting solutions for green buildings and the Internet of Things.

While many of the latest wireless lighting products are focused on commercial building energy management, the residential market is growing even faster. In fact, retail sales of several smart wireless lighting products such as RF enabled LED light bulbs increased by more than 200% over the past 12 months and hundreds of wireless lighting control products are currently for sale through retail and online channels.

In addition, millions of IP based security and home automation packages have been sold worldwide, many of which now include wireless lighting controls and virtually all come bundled with smart device apps.

One of the biggest challenges is that two-way connected wireless lighting products are several times more expensive than traditional stand-alone wireless controls today. But the latest Smart Home platforms and Internet connected light bulbs are changing this by providing smart lighting solutions at minimal extra cost.

Shipments of wireless chipsets for lighting controls will surpass 40 million in 2017 up from 5.5 million in 2012. At this time, 87% of the market will be for residential and commercial buildings.

This report covers the global market for wireless smart lighting control systems in the residential, commercial, municipal and outdoor markets. Included are 5-year forecasts for equipment and services by market, product type, geography and technology; the results from several surveys with professional installers, developers and consumers; evaluation of 8,000 wireless lighting product reviews; and an extensive competitive analysis of 60+ companies.


Primary Research:

500+ individuals including consumers, facility managers, home service providers, professional installers, device manufacturers, software developers and component suppliers.



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Primary Research:

End Users & Service Providers:

In addition to surveying nearly 300 consumers, we surveyed 90 facility/property managers, home service providers and professional installers including the following:

A Sound Look
A.N. Roth Co.
ABEL Enterprises and Electric
Absolute Audio-Video
Air- Con Service
All-Weather
Alton Services
Arpi Mechanical
Atlas AV
Audio Video Guys
Automated Science
Automation Design Group
Awtrey Heating & Air Conditioning
Barton Solutions SW
Best Buy
Blue Flame LLC
Central Htg & A/C
Collins Comfort Masters
Colvin mechanical
Comcast

Comfort Designs
Comfort technology inc
CONNECT-TECHS
Contractors Electric
Controlwise Custom Installations
CytexOne
Digital Home Convergence Designs
e4 Control systems
EcoHeat Inc.
Electronic Solutions of Greenville
Elegant Solutions International limited
Endless Air
Enhanced Home Technology
Evo Air
Fire Ice Data Inc.
Freedom Heating & Air
Frymire Services
Green Comfort
GRIP It
Grohovac Installations
HD2020
Heritage Plumbing & Heating
Home Automation Hawaii
Homematix Systems
Huxham Heating and Air


iControl2
Iron Bridge Heating & Air Cond.
Isis integrated systems
Klepps
Lairds
Lairds of Troon
Layin' it Down Productions
Mahler Associates
McCormack Heating & Air
MediaTech
Metro mechanical
Metronet Integration
Mid Mississippi Heat & A/C
Mitchell automation
NEXT Audio Video
Nicholas Aire Systems
One Touch Environments
OneVision Resources
Perfection Home Systems
Philadelphia Smarthome
Priority Heating & Air
Quality Sound & Video
RHS
Richard Davies Electrical Services
Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort
S&R Air Conditioning & Heating
Second Chance HVAC
Sight & Sound by design
Sinclaire Enterprises
Slater control systems
Soundwaves Audio Video Interiors
Star AV
Sterling AVi
Total Comfort Systems HVAC
Total Home Technologies
Ultimate Air Systems
University of Texas
Vader Air
Vivint
Wired Seattle
Woolley Fuel

Vendors, Suppliers & Industry Groups:

A few of the organizations we interviewed/analyzed for this report include:

Wireless Lighting & Control Systems Manufacturers

Ask Controls
Acuity Brands
Belkin
Autani Corporation
Bosch Security
CentraLite Systems
CIMCON Lighting
Control4
Convergence Wireless
Cooper
Crestron
Dailight
Daintree Networks
Delta Controls
Digital Lumens
Distech Controls Inc.
Encelium
Enlighted Inc.
Evolve Guest Controls
Fagerhult
GE
GreenWave Reality
Harvard Engineering

Hubbell
Illuminating Concepts
Ingersoll Rand
INNCOM International, Inc.
Kanepi Innovations
Laserlight Systems
LED Roadway
LED Trial
Leedarson
Legrand
Leviton
Light Corporation
LIFX
LSI Industries
Lucy Zodion
LumenRadio
LumenPulse
Lumewave
Lunera Lighting
Lutron Electronics
Mayflower
Mesh Systems
Orama
OSRAM

Paradox Engineering
Philips
Ripley
Samsung
Schreder

Sensity Systems
Sharp Corporation

Silver Spring Networks
Smart Labs

Synapse Wireless





Sunrise Technologies
TCP
Thermokon Sensortechnik
Telensa
Tridium, Inc.
TwistHDM
Vantage Controls
Venture Lighting International
Wattstopper
Zumtobel Group

Components/Enablers:

Adaptive Network Solutions
Amber Wireless
Analog Devices
Atmel Corporation
California Eastern Labs
Computime Group Limited
Cree

Digi International
Energy Micro
EnOcean
Freescale Semiconductor
GainSpan
GreenPeak Technologies
Laird Technologies
L.S. Research
Linear Technology Corporation
Marvell Technology Group
MicroChip Technology
Murata Wireless
NXP Semiconductors
Panasonic Industrial Company
Radiocrafts
Renesas Electronics America.
Sensinode
Sigma Designs
Silicon Labs
STMicro
Telit Wireless Solutions
Texas Instruments
Tritech Technology
Xicato
Zentrum Mikroelektronik Dresden

Industry Alliances:

Bluetooth SIG
Connected Lighting Alliance
EMerge Alliance
EnOcean Alliance
IPSO Alliance

TALQ Consortium
ZigBee Alliance
Z-Wave Alliance

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Standards & Competing Technologies
Report Scope & Methodology

Ecosystem
Trends & Developments
Migration to LEDs
Energy Harvesting
Wireless Mesh Sensor Networks
Smart City Networks
RF Enabled Ballasts & Smart Drivers
Mass Market Residential Channels: Managed Services
Mass Market Residential Channels: Retail
Total Potential Market Sizing
The Value System
Wireless Lighting Controls Variations
Professional Installer Viewpoints
Respondent Overview
Wireless Lighting Developer Viewpoints

Global Total Forecasts
Methodology
Units by Market
Revenues by Market
Units by Product Type
Revenues by Equipment & Services
Revenues by Geography
Chipsets by Technology

Target Markets
Commercial Buildings
Summary
Commercial Buildings Wireless Smart Lighting Products
Commercial Professional Installer & Developer Viewpoints
Market Sizing
Units by Market
Revenues by Market
Units by Product Type
Revenues by Equipment & Services
Revenues by Geography
Chipsets by Technology

Residential
Summary
Residential Wireless Smart Lighting Products
End User Viewpoints
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
Streetlight Remote Monitoring & Control
Market Sizing
Units by Market
Revenues by Market
Units by Product Type
Revenues by Equipment & Services
Revenues by Geography
Chipsets by Technology

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

Competitive Landscape
Enablers & Components
Lighting Controls & Energy Management Systems
Municipal & Outdoor Lighting Systems
Lighting Manufacturers

List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Wireless Smart Lighting Chipset Shipments by Market (2012-2017)
Figure 2: Residential Retail 12 Month Wireless Lighting Growth Rates by Product Type
Figure 3: Early Tech Adopters – Preferred # of Connected Light Bulbs In the Home
Figure 4: Prof. Installers & Developers - Wireless Lighting Control System Types
Figure 5: Wireless Smart Lighting Technologies in 2012 & 2017
Figure 6: LightFair 2013 Exhibitors – Control Systems & Wireless Controls
Figure 7: LightFair 2013 Exhibitors – Lighting Products by Type
Figure 8: Prof. Installers & Developers – Projections on LED % of Lighting in Five Years
Figure 9: Developers – Wireless Devices Powered w/ Energy Harvesting
Figure 10: Developers – Wireless Lighting Controls Key Features
Figure 11: Wireless Lighting Developers & Installers – RF Enabled Fixtures or Light Bulbs
Figure 12: Residential Retail RF Light Bulb Sales in the Past 12 Months
Figure 13: Residential Retail Wireless Lighting Sales Growth Over the Past Year
Figure 14: Residential Retail Wireless Lighting Sales by Product Type in the Past Year
Figure 15: Residential Retail 12 Month Wireless Lighting Sales Growth by Type
Figure 16: Residential Retail Wireless Lighting Product Review Rankings by Type
Figure 17: Residential Retail Wireless Lighting Average Sale Price by Type in 2012
Figure 18: Residential Retail Wireless Lighting Product Sales by Technology
Figure 19: Residential Retail Wireless Lighting Technologies 12 Month Growth Rates
Figure 20: Early Tech Adopters – Awareness of ZigBee & Z-Wave in 2012 and 2013
Figure 21: Global Wireless Lighting Control TPM Units by Market
Figure 22: Global Commercial Building WSN TPM Units by Solution
Figure 23: Prof. Installers – Respondents by Geographical Region
Figure 24: Prof. Installers – Respondents by Target Market
Figure 25: Prof. Installers – Wireless Sensor Network Status
Figure 26: Prof. Installers – Targeted WSN Applications
Figure 27: Prof. Installers – Sensor/Automation Technologies
Figure 28: Prof. Installers – Wireless Lighting Controls Status
Figure 29: Prof. Installers – Wireless Lighting Control System Types & Energy Features
Figure 30: Prof. Installers – Wireless Lighting Systems Sold w/in Past Year
Figure 31: Prof. Installers – Wireless Lighting Building Types w/in 18 Months
Figure 32: Prof. Installers – Expected Wireless Lighting System Payback Time
Figure 33: Developers – Respondents by Geographical Region
Figure 34: Developers – Respondents by Industry Alliance(s)
Figure 35: Developers – Respondents by Industry Focus
Figure 36: Developers – WSN Technologies Used/Planned
Figure 37: Developers – WSN Targeted Applications
Figure 38: Developers – Wireless Lighting Control Status
Figure 39: Developers – Wireless Lighting Control System Types & Energy Features
Figure 40: Developers – Wireless Lighting Control System Features
Figure 41: Developers – Wireless Lighting Building Types w/in 18 Months
Figure 42: Developers – Expected Wireless Lighting System Payback Time
Figure 43: Global Wireless Smart Lighting Device Shipments by Market (2012-2017)
Figure 44: Global Wireless Smart Lighting Revenues by Market (2012-2017)
Figure 45: Global Wireless Smart Lighting Device Shipments by Type (2012-2017)
Figure 46: Global Wireless Smart Lighting Revenues, Eqpmnt & Services (2012-2017)
Figure 47: Global Wireless Smart Lighting Revenues by Geography (2012-2017)
Figure 48: Global Wireless Smart Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2012-2017)
Figure 49: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Revenues vs Others in 2012 & 2017
Figure 50: Wireless Lighting Control System Types
Figure 51: Wireless Lighting Energy Mgmt. Features
Figure 52: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments (2012-2017)
Figure 53: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Revenues by Market (2012-2017)
Figure 54: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments by Product Type (2012-2017)
Figure 55: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Revenues, Eqpmnt & Services (2012-2017)
Figure 56: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Revenues by Geography (2012-2017)
Figure 57: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2012-2017)
Figure 58: Residential Wireless Lighting Revenues vs Others in 2012 & 2017
Figure 59: Early Tech Adopters – Current Energy Management Systems
Figure 60: Early Tech Adopters – Level of Interest in Lighting Controls
Figure 62: Early Tech Adopters – % Light Bulbs Likely to be Part of Smart Lighting Systems
Figure 63: Early Tech Adopters – Max Willing to Spend/ Light Bulb for Smart Lighting Service
Figure 63: Residential Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments (2012-2017)
Figure 64: Residential Wireless Lighting Revenues by Market (2012-2017)
Figure 65: Residential Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments by Product Type (2012-2017)
Figure 66: Residential Wireless Lighting Revenues, Equipment & Services (2012-2017)
Figure 67: Residential Wireless Lighting Revenues by Geography (2012-2017)
Figure 68: Residential Wireless Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2012-2017)
Figure 69: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Revenues vs Others in 2012 & 2017
Figure 70: Global Wireless Streetlight Monitoring Deployed Units by Geographical Region
Figure 71: Global Wireless Streetlight Monitoring Deployed Units by Technology
Figure 72: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments (2012-2017)
Figure 73: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Revenues by Market (2012-2017)
Figure 74: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments by Product Type (2012-2017)
Figure 75: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Revenues, Eqpmnt & Services (2012-2017)
Figure 76: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Revenues by Geography (2012-2017)
Figure 77: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2012-2017)
Figure 78: Wireless Smart Lighting Competitive Landscape


List of Tables

Table 1: Wireless Lighting Controls Value System
Table 2: Wireless Lighting Control Types Summarized
Table 3: Global Wireless Smart Lighting Device Shipments by Market (2012-2017)
Table 4: Global Wireless Smart Lighting Revenues by Market (2012-2017)
Table 5: Global Wireless Smart Lighting Device Shipments by Type (2012-2017)
Table 6: Global Wireless Smart Lighting Revenues, Equipment & Services (2012-2017)
Table 7: Global Wireless Smart Lighting Revenues by Geography (2012-2017)
Table 8: Global Wireless Smart Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2012-2017)
Table 9: Commercial Building (Select) Wireless Smart Lighting Systems
Table 10: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments (2012-2017)
Table 11: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Revenues by Market (2012-2017)
Table 12: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments by Product Type (2012-2017)
Table 13: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Revenues, Eqpmnt & Services (2012-2017)
Table 14: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Revenues by Geography (2012-2017)
Table 15: Commercial Bldg Wireless Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2012-2017)
Table 16: Residential (Select) Wireless Smart Lighting Products
Table 17: Residential Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments (2012-2017)
Table 18: Residential Wireless Lighting by Market (2012-2017)
Table 19: Residential Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments by Product Type (2012-2017)
Table 20: Residential Wireless Lighting Revenues, Eqpmnt & Services (2012-2017)
Table 21: Residential Wireless Lighting Revenues by Geography (2012-2017)
Table 22: Residential Wireless Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2012-2017)
Table 23: Streetlight & Outdoor Lighting Control Vendors
Table 24: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments (2012-2017)
Table 25: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Revenues by Market (2012-2017)
Table 26: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Unit Shipments by Product Type (2012-2017)
Table 27: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Revenues, Eqpmnt & Services (2012-2017)
Table 28: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Revenues by Geography (2012-2017)
Table 29: Municipal/Outdoor Wireless Lighting Chipsets by Technology (2012-2017)
Table 30: Wireless Smart Lighting Technologies At-A-Glance
Table 31: Smart Wireless Lighting Components – Profiles
Table 32: Smart Wireless Lighting & Energy Management Systems – Profiles
Table 33: Municipal & Outdoor Wireless Lighting Systems – Profiles
Table 34: Lighting Manufacturers with Wireless Lighting Systems – Profiles


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