- Introduction of wireless technology has been one of the major encouragements to the electronics and semiconductor industry.
- Connecting an occupancy sensor with other control systems such as lighting control systems and HVAC control systems occasionally creates problems.
- The use of wireless technology in occupancy sensors helps save energy and conserve environment.
Wireless occupancy sensors cost less to install and have lower maintenance costs. The occupancy sensor market is projected to grow from $2.2 billion in 2019 to $3.9 billion by 2024 at a CAGR of 12.3%.
Introduction of wireless technology has been one of the major encouragements to the electronics and semiconductor industry. It helps reduce wired work of any device, which, in turn, reduces the cost. Occupancy sensors are mainly deployed with the help of 2 key network connectivity mediums—wired network connectivity and wireless network connectivity. Different types of wireless network connectivity are Wi-Fi, Z-wave, ZigBee, EnOcean, BACnet, and LonWorks, among others.
If an occupancy sensor is installed with the help of wired network connectivity, installation charges are more than that of wireless occupancy sensors. This is due to the cost associated with wires and batteries in wired connections. On the other hand, if wireless occupancy sensor is installed, it replaces the existing wall switch with wireless wall switch receiver and eliminates the usage of wires and batteries.
The use of wireless technology in occupancy sensors helps save energy and conserve environment; it involves minimal installation cost. With regard to this, it increases the scope of installing many wireless occupancy sensors by end users during the forecast period. By 2024, wireless sensors are expected to hold more than 80% market share.
Connecting an occupancy sensor with other control systems such as lighting control systems and HVAC control systems occasionally creates problems. This is mainly due to incompatibility issues when an occupancy sensor working on certain wireless protocol is connected to a lighting and HVAC control system working on another wireless protocol.
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For instance, if an internet-enabled system uses ZigBee technology to communicate with smart control systems and if all the lighting devices are connected to a common network, then the entire network needs to be integrated with a similar wireless technology that is compatible. It has been observed that the lighting industry, at present, lacks a unified approach when it comes to wireless connectivity.
The research report categorizes the occupancy sensor to forecast the revenues and analyze the trends in each of the following sub-segments:
Occupancy Sensor Market, by Technology: Passive Infrared (PIR), Ultrasonic
Dual Technology (PIR + Ultrasonic), and Other Technologies, Image Processing Occupancy Sensor (IPOS), Microwave-Based Occupancy Sensor, Intelligent Occupancy Sensor (IOS), Doppler Sensor, and CO2 Sensor.
Occupancy Sensor Market, by Building Type: Residential Buildings (Independent Homes, Apartments, and Commercial Buildings), Office Buildings (Education Buildings, Industrial Buildings, Healthcare Buildings, and Others). Occupancy Sensor Market, Network Connectivity: Wired and Wireless (ENOCEAN, Wi−Fi, Zigbee, Z−Wave, and Others.)
Occupancy Sensor Market, Operation: Indoor Operation and Outdoor Operation. Occupancy Sensor Market, Coverage Area: Less than 89°, 90–179°180–360°. Occupancy Sensor Market, Application: Lighting Systems,
HVAC Systems, Security & Surveillance Systems, and Others
Occupancy Sensor Market, by Region: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World.