Growing importance of automation in the construction industry is driving the global IoT in elevator market. As per a report by Fortune Business Insights, titled “IoT in Elevator Market Size, Share and Global Trend By Components (Hardware, Software, Services), By Application (Predictive Maintenance & Remote Monitoring), By End-User (Residential, Commercial, Industrial) and Geography Forecast till 2025,” the construction manufacturers focus on smart and innovation elevators to ensure safety and maintenance. Now, elevators are enabled with IoT technology and are energy efficient, less wait time, and can effectively communicate with service providers through a mobile app. Current trends prevailing in the market are remote monitoring, advanced reporting, and predictive maintenance.
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These applications result in the effective reduction of overall downtime in elevators. Spurred by these benefits, the IoT in elevator market share is expected to increase in the forthcoming years.
North America and Europe Lead the Market
From a geographical standpoint, North America and Europe are expected to grow considerably in the global IoT in elevators market between 2018 and 2025. People in these two regions are well aware of IoT in elevators. Also, users in these two regions are abreast of technological advancements. Driven by these factors, the market more mature in North America and Europe through the forecast period. Presence of well-known market players in North America is supporting the growth of the market. In addition to this, well-established infrastructure facilities in North America is further enabling growth in the market. Factors such as these are likely to contribute to the growth of connected and smart elevators in the market in North America and Europe.
Apart from these two regions, the market in Asia Pacific is also anticipated to grow at a constant rate in the forecast years. Factors such as growing penetration of technology and considerable investments in IT solutions are expected to create growth opportunities for the market in Asia Pacific. Countries such as India, Brazil, China, and France are supporting the growth of the market. These countries are likely to surge the IoT in elevator market revenue in the forthcoming years.
Top Players List:
- KONE Corporation
- Fujitec Egypt Co. Ltd.,
- Hyundai Elevator Company
- Otis Elevator Co.
- Schindler Group
- Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
- Toshiba India Pvt. Ltd.
ThyssenKrupp and Vodafone to Connect with Over 1 Million Elevators Worldwide
“The rising need for smart IT solutions across firms to secure and protect their property from potential threats can give a significant impetus to the market,” said a lead analyst at Fortune Business Insights. “The construction industry is now focussing on intelligent and technically-advanced structures, which is likely to enable growth in the market,” he added. Also, there is a rising need for power-efficient and safe technologies in the construction industry, which is driving the market. Netherlands government has passed a mandate that each elevator should be connected with a ledger to keep track of all the events.
This includes inspection, usage of elevators, and their maintenance. The demand for IoT enabled elevators from residential, industrial, and commercial end-users is likely to surge by 2026. This is further expected to drive the IoT in elevator market growth over the projected horizon.
Now, elevators are enabled with cloud-computing services, which help to capture on-site data and act in real-time. ThyssenKrupp joins hands with Vodafone Germany to transform the elevator maintenance. ThyssenKrupp has designed a maintenance solution called MAX for elevators. This solution is enabled by cloud technology. The company aims to help its customers by offering a reliable connectivity service and manage devices globally. These lifts are installed with Vodafone SIMs to capture on-site data and reduce downtime in elevators.
Furthermore, the company aims to connect with over 1 million elevators across the world to carry out applications such as predictive maintenance among others. Another company called Otis Elevator announced the launch of its first high-speed Gen2 elevator in May 2018. The elevator is enabled with advanced features such as smart & connected functions, new interiors, and fashionable. This will further broaden the company’s product portfolio and strengthen its market share.
- North America
- Asia Pacific
- Latin America
- Middle East & Africa
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