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Critical Communications in Mining Report - 2018May 04, 2018This first edition study on critical communications within the mining of metals and minerals sector provides detailed industry analysis and forecasts (2017-2021) on the global markets for LTE and licensed mobile radio terminals, infrastructure, accessories, services and system integration.Subscribers Only
Weakening euro may push U.S. mass notification software suppliers toward European acquisitionsJanuary 28, 2015The euro continued its six week decline this week falling to its lowest level in more than 11 years after the European Central Bank announced it would purchase $60 billion euros a month of debt. While the euro continues to decline against the United States (U.S.) dollar (USD), the USD is expected to see its largest weekly gain since June of 2013, on expectations that the U.S. economy will outperform the European economy.
Electronic Passports Face Barriers to Entry as Security Concerns Fail to Drive Fast AdoptionAugust 14, 2014IHS Technology (NYSE: IHS) research indicates that ePassports are set to experience relatively weak shipment growth in the coming years, despite their capability to address rising security concerns at airports and border crossings.
Middle East and Africa forecast for strong growth opportunity in Access Control, with CAGR of 14.8%May 15, 2014The EMEA region continued to make strides toward recovery in 2013 and is expected to see moderate growth from 2014 through 2015 for traditional electronic access control. For traditional access control, IHS has estimated growth of about 3.1%in 2014. When including electronic locks (mechatronic, digital cylinder and electromechanical), IHS estimated a growth of about 7.4% in 2014. According to IHS’s 2014 report on access control, the Middle East and African regions are forecast to be worth about $180 million in 2014, which combine to have a CAGR of about 15% from 2013 through 2018.
The Global EWC Service and Maintenance Market to Increase by More than $437 Million by 2018May 05, 2014In its latest study of the $1.57 billion global market for explosives, weapons and contraband services (Design and Analysis, Installation, Service and Maintenance, and Training), IHS found that continued funding shortages in North America and Europe are causing end-users to prolong the life of their aging EWC detection equipment.
Is mPOS in a 'Flap'?April 09, 2014This week security researchers exposed the vulnerabilities of mPOS devices by playing the popular Flappy Bird game on the terminal. Inevitably this has raised significant security concerns throughout the entire Eco-system, adding to the already negative light surrounding card payment security. Following the massive data breach that occurred at Target stores only four months ago, Trustmark National Bank and Green Bank recently filed a lawsuit against the retailer and its assessor, further fueling a series of bad press for the data security industry. But is this all bad?
Europe to Ease Restrictions on Liquids in Carry-on BaggageJanuary 07, 2014According to a recently published report by IHS, European airports are expected to ease the restrictions on LAGs starting in 2014, with the eventual lifting of all restrictions by 2016.
Clarifying the Complexity of Cloud-based Access ControlDecember 03, 2013The concept of access control as a service (ACaaS) takes on varying forms of definition which in itself has created confusion in the security industry. New research recently published by...
Critical Communications Broadband: past, present and futureNovember 11, 2013LMR (licensed mobile radio) users are handling more data in their day-to-day operations. IHS has tracked the critical communications market for over 14 years. In this article, it addresses some of the factors that are driving change in broadband PMR/LMR solutions, and increasing the demand from LMR users, particularly in public safety, for more data.
Beyond Messaging: Mass Notification Software Adopts Smartphone-Based AlertsOctober 15, 2013Realizing the limitations of using text messages to issue emergency warnings, vendors of mass notification system (MNS) software now are embracing additional means of delivering...