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Chinese Manufacturers - The Sleeping Giant of the Consumer Video Surveillance IndustryJanuary 13, 2017Chinese supplier branded consumer video surveillance equipment accounted for approximately 5 percent of US market revenues in 2016. However, the recent explosion of supply and demand for consumer video in the Chinese domestic market is a potential ticking time bomb for US market stakeholders.
Latin American fire equipment market offers growing opportunities in automotive, hospitality and transportation industriesAugust 16, 2016The Latin American fire equipment market is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.5 percent, between 2015 and 2020. Despite tough economic conditions in much of Latin America, IHS has identified three industries that offer the largest growth opportunities for fire equipment manufacturers: manufacturing, hospitality, and transportation.
Access control hardware installed base expected to reach 2.3 billion units in 2016August 12, 2016The total installed base of access control readers, panels, credentials and electronic locks is expected to reach 2.3 billion by 2016, up from 1.8 billion in 2012. About 95 percent of the installed base in 2016 was credentials, which is not surprising due to the requirement that each user have a card or pass.
Lack of Awareness and Fragmentation Hindering Smart Home GrowthAugust 09, 2016America is the most developed market for smart home systems, where providers of connected professional monitoring services led the market in 2015, with more than 5.5 million customers. As consumers tend to prefer professional installation -- a “do-it-for-me” approach to smart homes -- professional security providers are well placed to offer these services to the mass market.
How Brexit Affects the Security IndustryJuly 21, 2016Should the United Kingdom follow through with its plans to leave the European Union (EU), there could be a number of consequences that filter through to security industry stakeholders.
IP Becoming Entrenched in Access Control and Intruder AlarmsJuly 12, 2016IP continues to have a dramatic impact on the security industry, bringing with it new products and opportunities to expand customer bases with offers of more efficient installations and hosted services... Full Content only available for subscribers.Subscribers Only
Migrant Crisis Drives Demand for Intruder Alarms in EuropeJuly 12, 2016EMEA Intruder alarm equipment sales topped $850 million in 2015 and the market’s five-year growth outlook has been revised upwards as a result of an uptick in demand for equipment in response to the influx of refugees and migrant to a number of countries within the region. Full Content only available for subscribers of IHS Technology's Intruder Alarms & Monitoring Services Intelligence ServiceSubscribers Only
Changing environment: Higher adoption of multi-criteria detectors and the future of fire detectorsJune 27, 2016The introduction of multi-criteria detectors has given purchasers increased flexibility and functionality in their fire detection systems.
Multi System Operators Have a Long Way to Go, Before Becoming a Force in the Residential Alarm IndustryJune 24, 2016Although multi-system operators (MSOs) have made significant inroads into the residential alarm market; they still have a long way to go before they can claim to have truly conquered the traditional security provider’s stranglehold on demand.
Connected services drive growth and opportunities in remote monitoring marketsJune 23, 2016The internet of things (IoT) is driving advances in technology and functionality in many industries, and the remote monitoring industry is no exception. New market data from IHS estimates the global remote monitoring market was worth $34.7 billion in 2015. Connected systems and services are expected to play a large role in the growth of this industry in the coming years.
The Growth of IP-Enabled Access Control in Asia PacificJune 22, 2016The adoption of panels and other IP-based equipment in the Asia Pacific market has ramped up significantly in 2015, and growth is expected to accelerate from 2016 through 2020.
Mobile Credentials: Momentum is BuildingJune 14, 2016Late 2015 and early 2016 have proven to be a critical time period in the development of mobile credentials, as the projects involving this technology are now moving from the pilot stage to fully delivered systems.Subscribers Only
Poland and the Czech Republic Drive European Access Control GrowthJune 08, 2016Although the overall European market for electronic physical access control devices grew only by 5.5 percent in 2015, Eastern Europe has been a bright spot for the industry.
Access Control Expectations for 2016May 23, 2016As 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.
NXP and HID formalize their relationship at ISC WestApril 21, 2016Although 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.
Access Control Talking PointsApril 12, 2016IHS provides an update to some of the top trends impacting the access control market today.Subscribers Only
Impending changes in tax and land laws expected to open up business in IndiaMarch 15, 2016The Indian market for access control was worth $76 million in 2015 and is projected to nearly double to $140 million by 2019. Updated analysis shows the Indian market grew by only 9 percent in 2015, compared with previous estimates of 12 percent.
New Opportunities and Challenges for EMEA Access Control MarketJanuary 07, 2016In the most recent IHS country-level analysis for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), countries where the market for access control equipment is mature (i.e., France, United Kingdom and Germany) experienced only minor volatility in 2015.
European passenger rail and EWC detection equipmentJanuary 06, 2016The installation of security screening equipment on the Thalys high-speed service between Paris and Lille in northern France on comes in the wake of the recent violence in the region, including the attacks on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, the Thalys train from Oignies to Pas-de-Calais France, and the most recent attacks at the Bataclan and other locations in Paris
The impact of price pressure on access controlDecember 11, 2015Thanks to a lack of pressure from equipment suppliers in Asia, the access-control industry has been fortunate to maintain current pricing levels this year.Subscribers Only