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ISC West 2019 - Smart HomeApril 23, 2019ISC West is an annual security conference held in Las Vegas. According to event planners, the event boasted more than 30,000 attendees and 950 exhibitors. Of the 950 exhibitors, about 115 were associated with the connected home.Subscribers Only
ADT acquires LifeShieldFebruary 12, 2019ADT on Monday, February 11th, announced that it has acquired LifeShield, in a deal valued at approximately $25 million.Subscribers Only
Smart home and appliances tackle analytics at CES 2019January 17, 2019At CES 2019, there was no shortage of exciting news and buzz for smart home and appliances. Lighting, security cameras, software integrations and voice assistants took center stage in smart home announcements, while for appliances, the big news was on displays, artificial intelligence (AI) and guided cooking.
Consumer Video Surveillance Market to Top $1 Billion in 2018, IHS Markit SaysNovember 08, 2018Sales revenue from Arlo, Nest and other standalone network video-surveillance cameras reached $966 million globally in 2017 and is estimated to grow to $1.1 billion by the end of 2018.
Alexa Guard makes waves for DIY security and insurance (but only a ripple for security providers)September 24, 2018Announced last week by Amazon, Alexa Guard turns any Amazon Echo into a security device, using what the company calls “guard mode.” Once in guard mode, Echo devices will send an alert and audio recording to the user’s mobile phone, if it “hears” the sound of breaking glass or if a smoke alarm or carbon-dioxide detector is triggered.
Turbulence hits the $12.5 billion alarm monitoring marketMay 07, 2018Despite the increased pressure from do-it-yourself (DIY) systems, the professional alarm-monitoring market is expected to thrive over the next five years, as connected systems supersede traditional alarm-monitoring systems. Traditional alarm monitoring in the Americas region is expected to continue to expand in 2018, but it will start to decline in 2019, as more systems are converted into web-connected offerings.
Remote Monitoring Services Report - 2018May 04, 2018This is the fourth edition of the world market for remote monitoring services by IHS Markit. The previous edition was published in May 2016.Subscribers Only
Amazon is mobilizing against the security industryApril 27, 2018Amazon has been offering security packages to select cities and states in the United States since around December 2017, albeit somewhat under the radar. The company’s security offerings include a smart package, smartest package, indoor base, outdoor base and outdoor plus. Prices for the packages vary from $240 to $840.
ISC West 2018 – Smart homeApril 17, 2018This year’s conference did not disappoint. The floor was very busy the first two days and the connected home section seemed to be much larger than in 2017.Subscribers Only
Disruption coming to professional smart home marketMarch 21, 2017Alarm.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.
Access Control Intelligence Database - EMEA - Select Countries - 2017February 17, 2017This unprecedented deep-dive study of the Middle East and Nordic market includes qualitative and quantitative analysis specific to Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE, and Israel.Subscribers Only
Access Control Intelligence Database - Americas - Select Countries - 2016October 03, 2016The deep-dive analysis for the Americas includes qualitative and quantitative analysis specific to Brazil, United States and Mexico. ... Products and end-user industries included in this deep dive: By Product Type: Readers, Panels, Cards, Electronic Locks, Software Readers by Type: Magnetic Stripe, Smart Card (13.56 MHz), Proximity Card (125 kHz), Biometric, Multi-technology Panels by Type: Serial, IP, Standalone, Edge Cards by Type: 13.56 MHz Smart Card, 125 kHz Proximity Card, Magnetic stripe Card, Active Transponders, Electronic Keys Electronic Locks by Type: Digital Cylinder Locks, Mechatronic Cylinder Locks, Electromechanical Locks End-User Applications: Banking, Education, Healthcare, Utilities & Energy, Transportation, Government, Residential, Retail, Sports & Leisure, CommercialSubscribers Only
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.
Access Control Talking PointsApril 12, 2016IHS provides an update to some of the top trends impacting the access control market today.Subscribers Only
Access Control Intelligence Database - Asia-Pacific - Select CountriesFebruary 26, 2016The deep-dive analysis for Asia includes more than 10 pages of qualitative analysis and 60 tables and figures specific to India, Malaysia and Australia.Subscribers Only
Access Control Intelligence DatabaseJanuary 15, 2016IHS’s Access Control Intelligence Service features the most detailed analysis available to the industry today. As an element of the Access Control Intelligence Service, this Database provides more than 200 tables and figures, 64 pages of qualitative analysis and the TRAX program.Subscribers Only
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.
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
Access Control Intelligence Database - Route to Market AnalysisNovember 17, 2015Access Control Intelligence Database – Route to Market Analysis As part of the IHS access control intelligence service, this sub-report aims to identify not only the key market trends from the perspective of security integrators, but also what security integrators look for when choosing equipment vendors.Subscribers Only
Smart-Home Security Hype WaningNovember 10, 2015What used to be a fairly straightforward (but regulated) industry is now increasingly convoluted. Since multi-system operators (MSOs) began offering security solutions in 2010, the residential security industry has been flooded with new products, solutions, protocols, marketing messages and new partnerships. Although these are all ingredients for a potential paradigm shift, the dust hasn’t yet settled.