IHS’s Access Control Intelligence Service features the most detailed analysis available to the industry today. In addition to the qualitative analysis provided in our Executive Summaries, IHS will also be providing detailed analyst insights on a monthly basis which will include a wide range of topics from specific end-user industries and open standards to features based on recent world events. Additionally, IHS will be providing access to TRAX which allows unprecedented filtering and exporting of specific data points.
As an element of the Access Control Intelligence Service, this ‘Access Control Intelligence Database’ provides more than 200 tables and figures, 64 pages of qualitative analysis and the TRAX program.
This qualitative analysis covers the Americas, EMEA, Asia (except China) and China markets. Included are product trends and analyst assumptions on market growths and key areas to target in the coming years. In addition, to product, end-user and country analysis, the text also includes detailed economic and construction data.
More than 200 tables and figures which include revenues ($M), units and ASP. Included in the Excel files for each region are more than 60 combined products, end-users and countries.
IHS’s online database tool allows you to easily manipulate the data to suit your specific needs. All data that is provided in TRAX is also provided in the Excel file documents but TRAX provides additional features with the click of a button such as % change YOY, rank order, % of total and exchange rate options. Users are also able to export filtered selections into an Excel document.
Analyst, Access Control & Fire
Alexander Derricott is a market analyst in the Access Control & Fire group, with a focus electronic physical access control hardware, software and supporting services.