Market Analysis 

The global smart elevator market size will touch USD 30 billion at a 15% CAGR in the forecast period (2020- 2027), as per the latest Market Research Future (MRFR) report.


Rise in Structure Transformation to Boost Market Growth 

The significant increase in the residential and commercial structure transformation activities by integrating intelligent technologies will boost market growth over the forecast period. 


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Low Waiting Time to Offer Robust Opportunities 

Waiting time in front of an elevator is a major concern amongst passengers in an emergency case in hospitals, or amongst the passengers in commercial and residential building. The low waiting times for elevators add to a building’s customer experience. The integration of access control systems and also destination dispatching technology helps in managing the traffic flow in a building within minimum waiting time. This directs the passengers that desire to go a specific floor in the building to specific elevator that minimizes waiting time. Thus, reduced waiting time is increasing the use of smart elevators in every sector which will offer robust opportunities for this market in the forecast period. 


Installation Issues to act as Market Challenge 

The issues taking place at the time of installing smart components with conventional elevators will act as market challenge over the forecast period. 


High Cost to act as Market Restraint 

The high cost of smart elevators will act as market restraint over the forecast period. This includes after-sales service, timely maintenance, integration of security and automation solutions, and installation cost. 

COVID-19 Analysis 

The COVID-19 pandemic possessed an adverse effect on the construction sector. On the development part, there has been a halt in the construction of new buildings with lockdowns being imposed. As a result laborers have gone to their hometown. Consumers are also not willing to invest in infrastructure properties owing to economic uncertainty and the increasing financial crisis. This has hit the growth of new installations in 2020 and continued till 2021 across several countries. Thus, the adoption of smart elevators for repair and maintenance is anticipated to remain strong. 

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Key Players 

Eminent players profiled in the global smart elevator industry report 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), among others. 

The global smart elevator market is fragmented and also competitive for the presence of different international & domestic key players. These players have incorporated innovative strategies to remain at the vanguard and also suffice the burgeoning demand of the customers including collaborations, contracts, partnerships, joint ventures, geographic expansions, & new product launches, and more.

Market Segmentation 

The smart elevator market has been segmented based on type, services, component, application, and speed. 

  • By type, the passenger elevator will lead the market over the forecast period. 
  • By component, the control systems will dominate the market over the forecast period. 
  • By speed, the smart elevator market is segmented into super-speed, high-speed, fast-speed, and low-speed. 
  • By application, the commercial segment will spearhead the market over the forecast period. 

Regional Analysis 

North America to Precede Smart Elevator Market 

North America will precede the market over the forecast period. Advanced infrastructure, surging need for energy efficient solution for replacing the prevailing elevators with sophisticated technology, early adoption of technology, modernization of traditional building structures, expansion of intelligent building concepts, and increasing development of domestic high-rise buildings, residential areas, and office buildings are adding to the global small elevator market growth in the region. 

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