Anna Sliwon

Anna Sliwon

Anna is an Analyst with the Technology, Media and Telecoms team, where she focused on ANPR and Detection Systems before moving on to the Intruder Alarms. She has a background in security and defence studies, and has previously worked in a variety of research and analytical roles across the security and WMD non-proliferation fields. Before joining IHS in September 2016, she was working at British Pugwash as a Consultant on the Disarmament Institute project where she led on implementation and design. She also has an MA in Intelligence and International Security from Kings College London and a BA in International Relations and Security Studies from the University of Bradford.


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Adoption of outdoor sensors in the residential sector is on the rise in EMEA

In Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), outdoor sensors have traditionally been installed in commercial installations. They provide an added level of security, in addition to closed-circuit television systems and indoor intruder-detection systems.

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Intruder Alarms Report - Western Europe - 2017

This 2017 study provides a comprehensive, detailed view of the Western European market for intruder alarms. This is the second edition covering the Western European market, and it comes as part of the series of reports by IHS Markit on the market for intrusion equipment.

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DIY security systems and the future of the professional installer

In 2016, the global market for DIY security equipment reached $60 million, with the great majority of gear — 85 percent — sold in the Americas. The American market for DIY intruder alarms is forecast to grow at a CAGR of more than 20 percent over the next five years.

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