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Housing market in China welcomes electronic locksJuly 23, 2015China’s electronic lock market is forecast to grow quite fast at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13 percent, from 2015 through 2019. The residential sector will be the key driver of overall category growth, with a CAGR of 17 percent, during the same time period, according to the IHS Access Control Market Intelligence Service.
Electronic locks dominate the access control industryJuly 21, 2015Electronic locks have evolved significantly since the 1970s when they were used mostly in hospitality and relied upon holes that were drilled into the cards themselves. Three decades later, electronic locks are now one of the fastest growing segments of the access control industry and have unmatched versatility. These lock types can be constant online wireless, semi-online wireless, data on card, Wi-Fi or be ZigBee, Z-Wave or Bluetooth or NFC compatible.
Reshaping the EMEA Region for Access ControlJune 30, 2015On the heels of the recent announcement that Kaba and DORMA would merge, comes the news that Allegion plans to acquire SimonsVoss from HgCapital.
North America Access Control Growth to Outpace Latin America through 2016June 10, 2015For many years, access control suppliers have been looking to diversify and invest in new countries to expand growth opportunities, and for many years, high growth and opportunity was on threshold of being realized. However, IHS has found that the North American market (including Mexico) will outpace the Latin American market until 2018.
The Merger of Dorma and Kaba Creates Second-Largest SupplierApril 30, 2015Dorma and Kaba recently announced merger plans, which could have an interesting impact on the physical access-control industry in the coming years.Subscribers Only
Difficult market conditions persist for access control in parts of AsiaFebruary 10, 2015Electronic door access control growth in India, Australia and Malaysia was challenging in 2014, with little projected relief in 2015. In 2014, IHS projected the Indian market for access control would expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.7% from 2013 to 2018. However, IHS has revised its original forecast downward to about 13.1%.
Reader TrendsDecember 09, 2014Another trend for biometrics has been ‘on the move’ or ‘in-motion’ solutions. These offerings do not require a user to stop and interact with the reader and are identified and authenticated while walking...Subscribers Only
Open Standards and ProtocolsNovember 04, 2014In the next 1-3 years, open standards may begin to alter the way access control is done today. The actual implementation of integrations such as logical/ physical security to HR and access databases integration, elevator control, BMS etc. continues to see more and more projects…Subscribers Only
Service Providers have the Edge in Residential SecurityOctober 30, 2014It is no surprise the trend of integrating security equipment and home automation is being spearheaded by MSOs (multiple service operators). Powered partially by intensive marketing and partially by an existing and extensive customer base, MSOs are in the best position to simply upgrade their customers’ current subscriptions. All while traditional monitoring companies and traditional high-end providers are left to find new customers.Subscribers Only
Government Trends in Access ControlOctober 20, 2014In the United States, a number of updates to government programs are underway which could have an impact on the access control industry…Subscribers Only
Global End-user TrendsOctober 03, 2014The banking & finance sector continues to see moderate growth as banks continue to acquire and centralize their processes and monitoring. IHS expects that many banks will reduce the number of branches and that the HQ and central offices will have a greater role in monitoring and managing the access control solution…Subscribers Only
Apple NFC could be lightning Rod for Change in Access Control IndustrySeptember 12, 2014For more than four years now, one of the most talked about trends has been field communication (NFC). NFC was supposed to change the face of the access control industry by eliminating the need for cards, subsequently reducing the administrative burden on organizations of all sizes all while increasing security. However this has not yet come to pass, with suppliers offering little more than pilot projects, with limited real-world installations.
Slower Growth Planned for Access Control Industry in Mexico and BrazilAugust 27, 2014Slower growth than originally forecast is expected for the electronic access control market in Mexico and Brazil, according to a recent regional report published by IHS.
Panasonic entering access control industry – what does it mean?June 23, 2014On 17 June 2014, Panasonic announced a partnership with Bravida Fire & Security, based out of Scandinavia, which is an integrated supplier of technical installation and service solutions. Bravida offers a wide range of hardware products from readers, panels and credentials to power supplies. So what does this mean for the access control industry? In the past, the access control industry was ...Subscribers Only
Global Hospitality TrendsJune 03, 2014The hotel industry continues to see healthy growth in terms of retrofit, new installations, RevPAR, Occupancy and ADR. Although parts of Asia struggled with the latter, IHS expects the hotel industry to continue to expand, especially in terms of technology adoption. Many of the new hotels that are being constructed are ...Subscribers Only
World Economic OutlookJune 03, 2014The commentary below reflects the GDP data and May 2014 update produced by IHS Economics as part of its country intelligence service. In summary, the global outlook for economic activity continues to change slowly for the better, although considerable risks remain. The aggregated real GDP of the world grew 2.6% in 2012 and 2.4% in 2013; it is currently forecast to increase by 2.9% in 2014 and 3.4% in 2015, though problems still lurk to push it off track.Subscribers Only
The Access Control Industry of Tomorrow – How will Role-based Access & Open Standards Influence Market OpportunityMay 27, 2014The access control industry is beginning to propel itself into innovation and technological advancement through integration. Open standards, convergence of access control and video, and partnerships with non-security related companies [and non-access control companies such video surveillance providers] are the focus of the industry.
Middle East and Africa forecast for strong growth opportunity in Access Control, with CAGR of 14.8%May 15, 2014The EMEA region continued to make strides toward recovery in 2013 and is expected to see moderate growth from 2014 through 2015 for traditional electronic access control. For traditional access control, IHS has estimated growth of about 3.1%in 2014. When including electronic locks (mechatronic, digital cylinder and electromechanical), IHS estimated a growth of about 7.4% in 2014. According to IHS’s 2014 report on access control, the Middle East and African regions are forecast to be worth about $180 million in 2014, which combine to have a CAGR of about 15% from 2013 through 2018.
Year Ahead for Access ControlMay 05, 2014The electronic access control industry saw many changes in 2013 and the next 12 months should be no different. According to IHS Technology, the access control industry could begin to see rapid changes in the short to medium term.