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Entering its second full year, the IHS access control intelligence service is taking analysis to another level. This year IHS will provide not only its primary analysis on the equipment market (readers, panels, credentials, software and electronic locks) but will also be providing additional analysis on wireless devices, open standards and protocols, project size among many other analyst insights available only to subscribers.
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This Intelligence Service addresses the fire suppression and detection equipment (control panels, detectors, notification equipment, manual pull stations, gaseous suppression, sprinkler heads, water-mist systems and portable extinguishers) as well as in-depth analysis of key countries and further examination the residential fire market.
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Reports View All (30)

  • Oliver Philippou | September 21, 2016
    This report, that is only available to subscribers of a physical security intelligence service, provides a combined analysis off the largest and most interesting markets with in the IHS Markit portfolio on physical security. This fifth edition report presents a global overview of the physical security market by equipment, service, vertical, and geographic region.
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  • Edition Year: 2016-2017
    Jim Dearing | June 07, 2016
    Since 2006 IHS has provided research and analysis for intruder alarm industry, this 7th edition of the research continues the IHS promise of providing the critical insight necessary for business executives to make informed strategic decisions.
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  • Tim Hewitt | June 02, 2016
    The aim of IHS in writing this report is to provide marketing and technical executives with an up-to-date, comprehensive assessment of the market and to forecast the impact of significant trends over the next five years.
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  • Alexander Derricott | July 29, 2016
    This is a new dedicated report on the global installed base of access control hardware between 2012 and 2016. It is intended to assist companies active in the access control industry to understand changing market dynamics, and identify opportunities for growth.
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  • Swapna Prakash | June 21, 2016
    Following the improving economic conditions, construction of new buildings and renovation of existing buildings has increased in recent years. Construction output is expected to increase by more than 70% to $15 trillion worldwide, by 2025.
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  • Edition Year: 2016-2017
    Alexander Derricott | June 07, 2016
    IHS’s Access Control Intelligence Service features the most detailed analysis available to the industry today. As an element of the Access Control Intelligence Service, this Database provides more than 200 tables and figures, 64 pages of qualitative analysis and the TRAX program.
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Analysts View All (7)

  • Icon Principal Analyst, Access Control & Fire
    Blake Kozak is a principal analyst with the Security and Building Technologies group within IHS. Since joining IHS in 2008, he has authored market reports on intruder alarms, electronic physical access control, access control as a service (ACaaS), perimeter security and residential security.
  • Icon Associate Director, Access Control & Fire
    Justin Siller is an associate director for the access control & fire group at IHS. Justin joined IHS in 2008 and since 2011 has managed the group with direct responsibility for setting the strategic direction of this group and managing the respective team of analysts.
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