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. 
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Date of Publication: Dec 30, 2016
Emerging technologies such as Augmented Reality (AR) are expected to improve emergency response effectiveness and also protect first responders themselves.  Coupled with LTE, 5G, and other broadband wireless systems, AR and other technologies will bring about an entirely new class of public safety applications and services that are heretofore inconceivable. This report evaluates the current state of public safety technology and solutions and assesses emerging technologies and potential future solutions. Market report also provides forecasts for public safety technology spending in the United States for 2016 through 2020. 

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Date of Publication: Mar 31, 2015
The Fourth generation (4G) Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard for cellular communications represents a substantial leap forward in terms of capacity and services capabilities. However, it also presents a unique challenge as its all-IP nature exposes vulnerabilities that were heretofore not substantial concerns. LTE network planners need to address many physical and logical security aspects. For example, there is a critical need to protect the communication links between UEs, base stations, and the EPC network from protocol attacks and physical intrusions.

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Date of Publication: May 5, 2015

Global governments see a range of opportunities in terms of defense, security, and public safety related improvements possible by leveraging massive amounts of data available in modern society. The US Government in particular sees data of various types (structured and unstructured) and from various sources as an opportunity to continuously improve predictive capabilities regarding its defense and homeland security programs. For Homeland Security, Predictive Analytics and Predictive Policing are rapidly becoming critically important tools, especially to military operations, counterterrorism, and disaster mitigation and recovery strategies. In 2015 alone, about US$333 million is allocated for the advancement of defence and security, in relation to tapping the potential of the Big Data. While the government acknowledges the use of Big Data to improve measures of national defense and homeland security, there is a looming question as to how the government, the civil society and the whole state adapt their interest with Big Data and transform it as a potential and relevant tool to improve the integrity of the national sovereignty.