Access Control & Fire

More from:

Fire and security equipment, services and vertical application analysis across access control, fire detection & suppression, counterterrorism, and more
Insights

Analyst Insights View All (83)

  • Blake Kozak | May 23, 2016
    As physical and logical (IT) threats to corporations evolve, so must electronic access control. Additional deployments of logical and physical access control, mobile credentials, biometrics and cloud-based services are expected in 2016. To ensure success – and speed growth -- access control companies need to keep pace with the ever-changing market environment.
  • Alexander Derricott | April 21, 2016
    Although NXP Semiconductors and HID Global have long been amicable competitors, the recent announcement of their strategic collaboration agreement enabling the use of wearable devices to open electronic locks highlights just how close they have become.
  • Alexander Derricott, Blake Kozak | April 12, 2016
    IHS provides an update to some of the top trends impacting the access control market today.
    Subscribers Only

Services

Subscription Services

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.
Advance your competitive position and invest with confidence by leveraging IHS critical insight into the changing landscape of the global explosives, weapons and contraband (EWC) market.
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.
Intruder Alarms and Monitoring Services Intelligence Service provides the most comprehensive portfolio of data, analysis and market insight available for this growing market
Comprehensive coverage of the electronic physical security market including assessments and comparisons of the demand and supply side of the market

Reports

Reports View All (27)

  • Jared Bickenbach | May 25, 2016
    The fire detection (control panels, detectors, notification equipment, manual pull stations), and suppression (gaseous suppression, sprinkler heads, water-mist systems and portable extinguishers)products report evaluates the development of key trends within the market.
    Subscribers Only
  • Edition Year: 2016-2017
    Jared Bickenbach | May 25, 2016
    The fire detection (control panels, detectors, notification equipment, manual pull stations), and suppression (gaseous suppression, sprinkler heads, water-mist systems and portable extinguishers)products report evaluates the development of key trends within the market.
    Subscribers Only
  • Justin Siller | March 28, 2016
    This in-depth analysis of Latin America includes more than 20 pages of qualitative analysis and 40 tables and figures specific to this region. Readers will have a clear understanding of the fire detection and suppression equipment market trends impacting the various countries in Latin America.
    Subscribers Only

Data

Data View All (9)


Press Releases

Press Releases View All (37)


Analysts View All (9)

  • 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.
  • Icon Senior Director, Access Control & Fire
    Paul is the Director for the Building Technologies research portfolio of IHS Technology. He manages a team of global analysts and has direct responsibility for setting the strategic direction of seven individual research teams and managing the respective teams of analysts.
Share facebook Twitter Google Plus Linked In Add This Contact Us