Security Systems

This research analyzes the worldwide markets for Electronic Security Systems by the following Categories/Segments: Alarms, Electronic Access Control Systems, CCTV/Video Surveillance Equipment, Biometrics, RFID tracking, and others. We provide separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. 
Date of Publication: Jun 26, 2015
The in-building wireless market is segmented by type of system component into antennas, cabling, distributed antenna systems (DAS), repeaters, and small cells. These components are used for boosting the indoor coverage and capacity to address the shift in the voice and data usage patterns caused on account of the mobile technology penetration and rapid uptake of smart phones, tablets, netbooks, and other handheld devices. In the competitive in-building wireless ecosystem, the market players are investing in acquisitions and new technologies to offer innovative value additions to their existing product portfolio.

Date of Publication: May 21, 2015
Thermal Imaging is changing the world with the applications ranging from military to personal handheld cameras and smartphones. The global thermal imaging market has witnessed a significant demand owing to the increasing adoption of related devices across a diverse range of applications. The thermal imaging market is fast gaining traction primarily due to decreasing cost and increasing usage in various industrial verticals.

Date of Publication: Aug 18, 2015
Risk of Physical & Cyber Threats to Drive Growth in the Critical Infrastructure Protection Market. This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) in US$ Million. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2014 through 2020.  Critical infrastructure refers to assets, systems, and networks that are vital to the functioning of the society and the economy. These assets may be under the control of the government or private operators. Critical infrastructure is highly vulnerable to a blend of conventional and non-conventional threats such as natural and climatic conditions, system failures, human errors, physical attacks and cyber threats. Specifically, rapid penetration of the Internet and growing proliferation of connected devices are exposing critical infrastructure to a higher level of risk from cyber criminals. Technological advancements and increasing dependence on computers and telecommunications networks are further enhancing the susceptibility of modern economic operations. As a result of the multi-level interdependence of various critical infrastructure assets, disruption of functions or operation of a single component of the national critical infrastructure inevitably cascades into other segments, leading to widespread and catastrophic consequences. 

Date of Publication: Aug 11, 2015
Security applications are promising to continue to grow rapidly. The ability to remotely monitor one room away or across the world using the Internet provides stunning new functionality that is enormously significant because of the automated process that implements intelligent systems. This intelligence capability promises to be used by everyone for security, security for people in their homes, businesses, police departments, universities, hospitals, and all organizations with a campus. The WebCam market at $3.4 billion in 2014 is expected to grow to $15.2 billion by 2021. Strong growth is triggered by the increasing availability of broadband and Internet connectivity. The Internet protocols of Ethernet dominate all networking.

Date of Publication: Jun 15, 2015
Increasing concerns about nuclear terrorism and expanding use of medical imaging continue to fuel the need for accurate radiation detection equipment. Beyond traditional military and medical applications, industrial applications are also providing growth opportunities over the next eight years. This includes enhanced safety for nuclear power plants, as well as emerging applications such as monitoring of food irradiation.

Date of Publication: Mar 25, 2015
World demand for security equipment will advance 6.8 percent annually to $125 billion in 2018. The fastest gains will be in relatively underdeveloped security markets located mainly in Asia, Eastern Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Because the intensity of security product use is relatively low in these areas, there is still significant growth potential.

Date of Publication: Jun 8, 2015
Video Surveillance Global Market Trends, Estimates and Forecasts Primarily supported by sub-types; Analog Video Surveillance & IP Video Surveillance...