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How Home Automation Changed the Residential Security Market

Research firm IHS predicts that the smart residential security market will reach $2.4 billion by 2018.


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Research firm IHS predicts that the smart residential security market will reach $2.4 billion by 2018. SSI Staff · September 02, 2014

A new report by IHS notes that an interest in wireless and IP-enabled products in fire-related projects is increasing, but installers are still reluctant to market the solutions. SSI Staff · June 26, 2014

The global market for Internet-enabled devices is projected to surpass 6 billion units in 2014 as new products including cellphones, tablets and computers enter the electronics ecosystem, according to a new report from IHS Technology. SSI Staff · February 13, 2014

Legislative actions around the world are significantly impacting the market for enterprise data storage in video surveillance, according to research firm IHS. January 29, 2014

A newly released report by IHS forecasts the world market for mechanical and peripheral locking devices to be valued at $5.2 billion in 2013 , including electromagnetic locks, electric strikes, mechanical locks, exit devices and accessories. January 28, 2014

The growing adoption of automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) technology is having an adverse impact on the vehicle entrance control industry, specifically the vehicle barrier and off-street parking systems markets, according to IHS. January 27, 2014

The increased popularity of electronic access control systems is contributing to the market growth of electric strikes and electromagnetic locks, each of which is forecast to outperform mechanical locks through 2017, according to IHS. January 08, 2014

FirstNet, a high-speed broadband data network dedicated to public safety using a nationwide spectrum license, is expected to resolve the quality and capacity problems city surveillance wireless infrastructures have experienced, according to a new report from the IHS Security & Fire division. January 07, 2014

Industry analysts expect purchases of explosives, weapons and contraband (EWC) detection equipment at rail stations around the world to increase by 3.3% in 2014 and 8.8% in 2015. The majority of the growth will come from Asia where rail expansion projects are ongoing, according to IHS. January 01, 2014

Niall Jenkis, IHS research manager of video surveillance and security services, offers his thoughts on what video surveillance trends the industry can expect in 2014 and their impact. December 17, 2013




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