The retail and commercial markets are estimated to have the largest numbers of security cameras installed in the United States.
Parks Associates finds preference for self-installed systems is growing among broadband households that are planning to buy a security system.
Membership to The Monitoring Association is not a requirement to take the survey. All interested security companies are highly encouraged to participate.
The latest forecast by Memoori Research finds the video surveillance industry growing at a torrid pace, with video analytics driving newfound opportunities.
Two reports were recently released examining how residents react to package thefts, as well as which states see the most and fewest break-ins.
Highlights from Security Sales & Integration’s 2019 survey of electronic security and fire contractors include new installation figures, profit reports and other statistics on installing dealers and integrations.
SSI requests the help of security dealers and systems integrators to gain a better understanding of the role that RMR plays in the success their organizations.
This and other results are part of Stanley Security’s 2020 trends report, which includes survey data from decision-makers across North America and Europe.
New research from Genetec shows that outdated firmware and recycled passwords are leaving a large portion of security cameras vulnerable.
The U.S. has approximately 15.3 cameras for every 100 individuals, followed by China with approximately 14.4 and the U.K. with 7.5.