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The vast majority of the installed base of access control readers, panels and electronic locks is in the form of credentials—not surprising given the requirement that each user possess a card or pass. Although making up a majority of the market, credentials growth is slowing because turnover is high, with employees moving through jobs and people misplacing credentials cards or passes.

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  • Blake Kozak | August 04, 2020
    On August 3rd, 2020, Google announced it was buying a 6.6% stake in ADT for $450 million. The brands will also commit $150 million each for co-marketing, product development and employee training, according to Reuters and ADT.
  • Jon Cropley, Josh Woodhouse, Oliver Philippou, Anna Sliwon-Stewart, Bryan Montany, Tommy Zhu | May 07, 2020
    The economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic will undoubtedly hit the professional video surveillance, intruder alarm and electronic access control markets hard. Despite the gloomy overall outlook for the global market, there are a small number of new opportunities for vendors in regards to specific verticals and technological trends.
  • Blake Kozak | April 23, 2020
    Ecobee has joined the security industry with Haven and as one of the market leaders in smart thermostats, Ecobee aims to take advantage of its installed base to bring more value to its platform. This makes sense in the USA where security remains a primary selling feature of smart home systems and cloud-based video camera storage is the most popular method of recurring fees.


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  • Icon Principal Analyst, Smart Home and Security Technology
    As the key analyst who oversees all research across the smart home and home appliance space, Blake Kozak keeps close and continuous watch of his fast-evolving sphere, which has undergone significant change in recent years.
  • Icon Research Director, Home & Building Technologies
    Mr. Justin Siller is the research director responsible for the home, building and city technologies group at IHS Markit.
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