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The vast majority of the installed base of access control readers, panels and electronic locks is in the form of credentials—not surprising given the requirement that each user possess a card or pass. Although making up a majority of the market, credentials growth is slowing because turnover is high, with employees moving through jobs and people misplacing credentials cards or passes.

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Entering its third full year, the IHS Markit Access Control Intelligence Service is taking analysis to another level. This year IHS Markit 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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  • Josh Woodhouse | May 16, 2017
    New research on the $1bn + Global market for enterprise and IP storage used for video surveillance
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  • Oliver Philippou | April 28, 2017
    Physical security does not have a one size fits all solution. The key risks associated with one vertical market do not necessarily apply to another, and the approach to security varies from market to market, with different decision makers for each. These end-user requirements are referred to in the report as critical success factors. The healthcare market is no exception.
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  • Oliver Philippou | April 28, 2017
    Physical security does not have a one size fits all solution. The key risks associated with one vertical market do not necessarily apply to another, and the approach to security varies from market to market, with different decision makers for each. These end-user requirements are referred to in the report as critical success factors. The retail market is no exception
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    Anna Sliwon | June 19, 2017
    This 2017 study provides a comprehensive, detailed view of the world market for intruder alarms. This is the eighth edition in the series of reports by IHS Markit on the market for intrusion equipment.
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    Jim Dearing | June 09, 2017
    IHS Markit’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 Markit 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 Markit will be providing access to TRAX which allows unprecedented filtering and exporting of specific data points.
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  • Jim Dearing | May 05, 2017
    This new study examines the cutting edge technology at the forefront of logical and physical security integration; Physical Identity Access Management (PIAM) solutions provide unified identity management capabilities across all IT applications, physical security systems and the network.
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  • Icon Principal Analyst
    Blake Kozak is a principal analyst with the Security and Building Technologies group within IHS.
  • 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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