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  • Jared Bickenbach | November 05, 2015
    Mass-transit facilities and office buildings have traditionally used tripod turnstiles, retractable-door and flap-speed gates, and optical turnstiles to control access at entrances; however, there is increasing adoption of swing-door speed gates at these facilities. According to the latest IHS Market for pedestrian entrance control equipment report, the global market for swing-door speed gates is expected to increase by a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11 percent to top $211 million in 2019. Swing door speed gates are expected to increase as a percentage of the global market through 2019, when it will account for more than 57 percent of the market.
  • Jim Dearing | November 03, 2015
    The U.S. market for intruder alarm equipment, which makes up 40 percent of the global market, reached $1.1 billion dollars last year. Numerous attempts have been made all over the world to replicate this success, ranging from home management to do-it-yourself (DIY) “bells and whistles” systems. This article will provide an overview of the current state of the American market whilst also highlighting a few of the bright spots for growth.
  • Jim Dearing | October 14, 2015
    Since 2006, the intruder alarm market has only been marginally impacted by construction growth trends. This interactive chart shows the historical and future growth of residential construction and intruder alarm growth for the American region.


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Reports View All (21)

  • Justin Siller, Jim Dearing | October 29, 2015
    The mechanical locks report is designed to provide executives with a comprehensive deep-dive assessment of the access control industry. IHS's coverage of the access control industry dates back to 2004 and it is not secret that electronic devices are replacing mechanical systems.
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  • Jared Bickenbach | October 16, 2015
    The report aims to provide both systems integrators and product manufacturers with an in-depth understanding of market sizes, growth forecasts, market trends, and the competitive landscape of this market.
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  • Omar Talpur | August 31, 2015
    In this report titled the American and EMEA Markets for Thermostats, IHS takes a deep dive at nine separate regions and looks at the different factors affecting the movement to connected and smart thermostats. The report, which leverages in-house building stock data to form the basis of a model, looks to answer questions relating how quickly the market will move from non-connectable to connectable devices.
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  • Blake Kozak | November 17, 2015
    Access 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.
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  • Blake Kozak | September 04, 2015
    The average project size is provided in terms of units and revenue ($M) for each end-user industry in the Americas, EMEA and Asian regions.
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  • Blake Kozak | August 31, 2015
    IHS’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.
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  • Icon Principal Analyst, Access Control & Fire
    Blake Kozak is a principal analyst with the Security and Building Technologies group within IHS. Since joining IHS in 2008, he has authored market reports on intruder alarms, electronic physical access control, access control as a service (ACaaS), perimeter security and residential security.
  • 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.
  • Icon Senior Director, Access Control & Fire
    Paul Everett is the senior director for the access control & fire research portfolio of IHS Technology. He manages a team of global analysts and has direct responsibility for setting the strategic direction of the group and managing the respective teams of analysts.
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