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In the next decade, Asian intelligent buildings will develop rapidly.

the next decade will present a picture of the rapid development of the new construction market in Asia, which will also drive the rapid development of intelligent buildings. According to the latest report of bsria, the scale of intelligent building market will increase from the current US $427million to US $1.04 billion in 2020, providing a broad development space for advanced building technologies and services

by 2030, the energy consumption in Asia will account for 45% of the total global energy consumption, among which buildings will be the major power users. The rapid urbanization process in Asia will reduce the impact on climate change through the development of intelligent buildings. In Asia, the concept of intelligent building includes green building and intelligent building. There are many key assessment criteria for green and intelligent buildings in the region

in many Asian countries, smart cities have realized a sustainable city in which 90% of the materials are made of metal. Special attention should be paid to the development mode of the effective stroke of the electronic tensile machine and the sample fixture. Smart cities include many contents, mainly communication technology (ICT) infrastructure, as well as ecological, sustainable, green and low-carbon cities, which interpret different green elements

there are two smart cities in Japan and South Korea, Fujisawa and songdoidb respectively. There are 36 smart cities under construction in China. By 2050, Singapore will become a smart country. Malaysia has a positive impact on the earth. Iskanda in Asia has become its flagship smart city. Delhi and Mumbai industrial belts will become the smart cities of India in the future. China is investing 250billion yuan to build Tianjin into a low-carbon demonstration city

smart cities provide a lot of business opportunities for communication and information technology, software, electronic hardware products and low-carbon industries. At present, communication information technology and software enterprises are growing in the smart city market. System and service providers establish cooperative relations with the government and become independent investors. In addition to Japan, zero energy building is more a concept in many Asian countries than its higher goal. Generally, zero energy building is used as a demonstration for the application of various low-carbon technologies

in developing countries, the key to smart electricity lies in upgrading the existing electrical infrastructure, while in developed countries, it is related to the electrical communication system. For China and India, it is urgent to upgrade electricity to cope with the growing demand for electricity. Different countries are in different stages of smart electricity development. The Chinese government has promised to invest 150billion US dollars to upgrade electricity. Many other Asian countries are also investing in the development of smart electricity. The electricity market in Asian countries is still state-owned and monopolized, except Australia, which has completely deregulated. In developing countries, the problem of power shortage is generally solved through manual demand management (DSM). Autodm is in its infancy in Asia, but the existing DSM market has provided business opportunities for the future development of autodm

based on all aspects of communication and information technology (ICT), energy and low-carbon technology, intelligent buildings are integrated to form intelligent cities and intelligent electricity. The government, end users and building owners are all the promoters of the development of intelligent and green buildings in recent years. Intelligent buildings are constantly developing in intelligent cities, and green buildings will also become the main trend in the development of new buildings in Asia

bsria has defined six major trends in intelligent building design in its latest report. We should not only focus on the additional cost of intelligent buildings, but also consider how to provide more suitable products and solutions for intelligent buildings. Research shows that the budget of some building systems has been greatly improved compared with that five years ago

in the future, by 2020, Asia's construction market share will account for 43% of the world. China, India, Japan and Indonesia will be the fastest growing regions. By 2020, driven by urbanization, smart cities and government carbon reduction goals, the Asian smart building market will reach US $1.04 billion

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