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As per the analysis carried out by Market Research Future (MRFR), the global smart elevator is predicted to reach the value of approximately USD 30 billion by 2023. The market will grow at an astounding CAGR of 15% over the forecast period (2017-2023).
Drivers and Restraints
Various government regulations and standards for green infrastructure coupled with decreasing operational cost and automation have turned the market for smart elevators into a high yielding one. Plus, the growing concerns regarding the safety and advances towards integration of access controls is poised to expand the smart elevator market further.
In addition, advances in the digital control systems like biometrics, card-based systems, touch screens, keypads and iris recognition provide the market with massive growth opportunities. Digital control systems tighten the security of buildings; thus, the elevated adoption of these systems have positively affected the overall growth of the smart elevator market.
The market for smart elevator, however, is negatively impacted by the lack of funds required for implementing these smart solutions on a large scale. But the continuous incorporation of entry control systems along with elevator dispatching technology is helping to reduce the waiting time and manage the crowd flow. This factor could be another driving force that shapes the market positively in the coming years.
Some of the key players of Smart Elevator Market include ThyssenKrupp AG (Germany), Otis Elevator Company (U.S.), Schindler Group (Switzerland), KONE Corporation (Finland), Johnson Controls Inc. (U.S.), Motion Control Engineering (U.S.), Mitsubishi Electric (Japan), Hyundai Elevator (South Korea), Hitachi (Japan), Fujitec (Japan) and Hyundai Elevator Co. Ltd (Iran).
The smart elevator market is segmented on the basis of type, component, services, speed, and application.
Based on the type, the smart elevator market is segmented into passenger elevator, freight elevator, and fireproof elevators.
The segment of component consists of maintenance, control system, and communication system.
By control, the market is segmented into access, elevator, sensors, and security.
Depending on the speed, the smart elevator market is segmented into low-speed, fast-speed, high-speed and super-speed.
The application-based smart elevator is segmented into industrial, commercial, institutional and infrastructure, residential, and others.
Based on region, the smart elevator is segmented into four primary regions, which are Europe, Asia Pacific, North America, and the Rest of the World.
Among these, North America and Europe are predicted to grow steadily in the global smart elevator market. The reasons being the fact that the regions are already equipped with the advanced infrastructure. Moreover, there is a surging need for energy efficient solution to replace the prevailing elevators with the sophisticated technology.
Asia Pacific, on the other hand, is also expected to grow at the fastest rate over the forecast period. Countries in the region, such as India, Japan, and China are the leading countries contributing to the smart elevator market. This is the result of the rapid transformation of infrastructure, which is integrated with smart solutions. Also, India is touted as the fastest growing economy on account of a review of regulation policies of foreign direct investment in real estate as well as the commercial sector.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Executive Summary
2 Scope Of The Report
2.1 Market Definition
2.2 Scope Of The Study
2.2.1 Research Objectives
2.2.2 Assumptions & Limitations
2.3 Markets Structure
3 Market Research Methodology
3.1 Research Process
3.2 Secondary Research
3.3 Primary Research
3.4 Forecast Business Function
4 Market Landscape
4.1 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
4.1.1 Threat Of New Entrants
4.1.2 Bargaining Power Of Buyers
4.1.3 Threat Of Substitutes
4.1.4 Segment Rivalry
4.2 Value Chain/Supply Chain Of Global Smart Elevator Market
5 Industry Overview Of Global Smart Elevator Market
5.2 Growth Drivers
5.3 Impact Analysis
5.4 Market Challenges
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