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Blake Kozak, Anna Sliwon | March 21, 2017
Alarm.com and Comcast’s acquisition of Icontrol, finalized March 8th, will make for stiff competition in the coming years for other providers of professional home automation systems. Although Comcast is a telecom, and telecoms often get poor customer service reviews, this has not slowed its growth as a home automation and security provider.
Tim Hewitt | March 16, 2017
Public Address Voice Alarm systems (PAVA) are a staple of large modern buildings. These systems reduce the evacuation time of buildings by increasing responsiveness of building occupants and providing additional evacuation guidance.

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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.
Examination of the key technologies employed in command and control rooms including competitive analyses of the top technology and service suppliers.
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Global, in-depth coverage of threat mitigation technologies used by enterprises and service providers to protect networks, data centers, the cloud, mobile devices, and IoT
The Digital Security Intelligence Service provides continuous coverage of the smart credential market, including report coverage on SIM, payment, eGovernment, transportation, Chip-to-Cloud security and NFC. This also includes competitive market shares, topical reports, regional project databases and up-to-date analyst insights.
Intruder Alarms and Monitoring Services Intelligence Service provides the most comprehensive portfolio of data, analysis and market insight available for this growing market
The Mobile Radio Intelligence Service provides continuous coverage of the global Professional Mobile Radio (PMR) market, including report coverage of LMR, DMR, TETRA, LMR Infrastructure, and LMR Accessories, as well as competitive market shares, executive ppts, and Trax interactive databases.
Extensive coverage of the physical security channel, providing in-depth data and analysis on the security system integration and physical security distribution markets.
Comprehensive coverage of the electronic physical security market including assessments and comparisons of the demand and supply side of the market
IHS Technology is the recognized leader of market intelligence to the global video surveillance industry and major research provider to all 15 of the world’s largest video surveillance equipment suppliers. From IHS’s first publication of the core CCTV & Video Surveillance report in 2003, the portfolio has expanded to an offering of 3 intelligence services and numerous annual studies. The video surveillance intelligence service is one of these 3 intelligence services and provides comprehensive regularly updated market data and insights on the global video surveillance market.

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  • Jesus Gonzalez | March 21, 2017
    This report, in its fourth edition, is a summary of data and revenues from four key critical communications reports covering: Licensed Mobile Radio (LMR) terminals, LMR infrastructure & system integration, LMR accessories and command & control rooms.
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  • Dominic Williams | March 20, 2017
    This document is a security market brief, for purchasers of the video surveillance intelligence service, on video surveillance as a service market. The aim of the document is to provide a summary of the research’s findings.
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  • Josh Woodhouse | March 15, 2017
    IHS Markit reports back from the 2017 Tokyo Security Show at the Tokyo Big Sight centre. This document outlines IHS Markit’s view on the show: what were the key themes, the top stories and the views of the analysts in attendance.
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  • March 01, 2017
    Quarterly scheduled briefings with the analysts on research highlights from all aspects of the cybersecurity technology market.
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  • Ryan Darrand | November 17, 2016
    This is the seventh edition of the IHS report dedicated to the market for DMR/dPMR, PDT and competing technologies. It reflects the major changes in the global market since 2015; and the continuation of the trend from analogue to digital technologies, in particular the double-digit annual growth of Cost Optimized Digital shipments between 2014 and 2015.
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  • Ryan Darrand | November 17, 2016
    This report provides in-depth, clear analysis of this market, from the leading providers of critical communications research. By offering the highest level of granularity available on the market, this report allows the reader to identify the emerging opportunities and developments that will impact the market over the next five years.
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  • Icon Research Director and Advisor, Cybersecurity Technology
    With more than 18 years in the data networking and telecom industry and one of the most accurate forecast track records in the business, Jeff is a certifiable network security market guru. He has expertise in a wide variety of network security appliance, software, and services markets.
  • Icon Director, Safe Cities, Critical Communications and Security.
    Thomas Lynch is the Director for Safe Cities, Critical Communications and Security Research at IHS. Thomas and his team focus across video surveillance equipment, safe cities, public safety, future communications technologies such as LTE, command & control and Cybersecurity.
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