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White paper - The impact of COVID-19 on physical security marketsMay 07, 2020The 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.
The impact of the coronavirus outbreak on security and life safety marketsFebruary 21, 2020Initial analysis on the potential scale of impact for the Access Control, Fire Detection and Suppression Equipment, and Intruder Alarm markets.
Intruder alarms market in the Middle East: a separate playbook for each countryJanuary 17, 2020Fragmented, variable, and relatively unregulated, the market for intruder alarms in the Middle East poses unique challenges for companies wishing to do business in the region, entailing deft navigation and handling of specific settings, circumstances, and conditions endemic to each country market.
ADT acquires LifeShieldFebruary 12, 2019ADT on Monday, February 11th, announced that it has acquired LifeShield, in a deal valued at approximately $25 million.Subscribers Only
Is 5G the future of intruder alarm systems?November 05, 2018The shutdown of the 2G network in the United States in 2017 had a ripple effect on the market for intruder alarms, mostly affecting the sales of control panels and communicator modules. With many traditional systems using 2G or PSTN as alarm signal communication paths ahead of the shutdown, the impending mobile network re-farming required upgrades to intruder alarm signalling modules. The increased rates of equipment replacements in the immediate run up to the shutdown date resulted in a much smaller replacement market in subsequent years.
Voice-operated alarm systems expected to grow at a 7 percent CAGR through 2022June 12, 2018Home assistants developed by Amazon, Google and others are changing how consumers interact with connected home devices, including intruder alarms. More alarm systems now offer a voice-command option, allowing users to use Alexa and other smart assistants to arm and disarm their alarm systems.
Turbulence hits the $12.5 billion alarm monitoring marketMay 07, 2018Despite the increased pressure from do-it-yourself (DIY) systems, the professional alarm-monitoring market is expected to thrive over the next five years, as connected systems supersede traditional alarm-monitoring systems. Traditional alarm monitoring in the Americas region is expected to continue to expand in 2018, but it will start to decline in 2019, as more systems are converted into web-connected offerings.
Amazon is mobilizing against the security industryApril 27, 2018Amazon has been offering security packages to select cities and states in the United States since around December 2017, albeit somewhat under the radar. The company’s security offerings include a smart package, smartest package, indoor base, outdoor base and outdoor plus. Prices for the packages vary from $240 to $840.
MONI rebrands to BRINKSMarch 12, 2018Even though the purchasing of intruder alarm systems and smart security systems is increasingly a lifestyle-related choice, rather than based purely on the security and safety needs of the end user, the majority of customers purchasing intruder alarms are usually approached by a security provider or dealer when they move to a new area or through direct home advertising. This requires significant investment in targeted marketing activities which can quickly eat into company profits.
Do it yourself (DIY) installed alarms and “pay as you go” professional monitoring solutionsFebruary 27, 2018The year of 2017 saw new players from the technology space increase their share of the intrusion market with DIY offerings, as well as a greater number of traditional intruder alarm providers adding DIY solutions to their portfolios.
Adoption of outdoor sensors in the residential sector is on the rise in EMEAFebruary 08, 2018In Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), outdoor sensors have traditionally been installed in commercial installations. They provide an added level of security, in addition to closed-circuit television systems and indoor intruder-detection systems.
DIY security systems and the future of the professional installerOctober 30, 2017In 2016, the global market for DIY security equipment reached $60 million, with the great majority of gear — 85 percent — sold in the Americas. The American market for DIY intruder alarms is forecast to grow at a CAGR of more than 20 percent over the next five years.
Security Start-Up Numbers Soar – Have the Barriers to Entry Ever Been So Low?October 10, 2017Homeowners worldwide have more security options available to them now than ever before. If you needed to purchase a home alarm or video surveillance system ten years ago, typically you had two options: go to a professional solution provider or do it yourself. Since most all the equipment was wired and – for the most part – lacked interoperability, few were confident enough to go it alone.
Wireless intrusion sensors – adoption still weak in the commercial sectorAugust 01, 2017IHS Markit estimates that 68 million intruder alarm sensors were sold globally in 2016; of which, 41 percent were wireless. However, just 4 percent of those wireless sensors were destined for the large commercial sector. Residential and small-medium business sectors jointly accounted for the remaining 96 percent of the wireless sensor market.
The new user interface for professional securityJune 23, 2017As security monitoring providers continue to mould strategy around interactive alarm monitoring, security equipment manufacturers have had to become more nimble and pivot from traditional wall keypads to interactive touch-screen panels.
Comcast’s Rise and Its Impact on the Professional Security Intruder Alarms MarketMay 10, 2017Challenges to the professional security equipment market emanating from players outside the industry have grown significantly over recent years. Recent subscriber milestone announcements from both Comcast and ADT suggest that the competition is intensifying every year.
Growing popularity of self-installed intruder alarm systems continuesApril 10, 2017Although still in its infancy, the global do-it-yourself (DIY) market for devices with added smart connectivity is forecast to experience a steady rate of growth at 22.3% annually from 2016 to 2021.
Disruption coming to professional smart home marketMarch 21, 2017Alarm.com and Comcast’s acquisition of Icontrol, finalized March 8th, will make for stiff competition in the coming years for other providers of professional home automation systems. Although Comcast is a telecom, and telecoms often get poor customer service reviews, this has not slowed its growth as a home automation and security provider.
Video Verification Offers New Upsell Opportunities for Monitoring Companies in 2017February 02, 2017Video verification is the next big opportunity for monitoring companies. Self-monitored IP cameras have become a common addition to monitoring contracts, especially in North America, and monitoring companies are looking for new ways to add new value to their “premium packages”.
Is the Video Doorbell Paving the Way for Greater Adoption of Video Verification in Home Alarm Systems?January 26, 2017As the popularity of video doorbells increases, owners are likely to become more comfortable with video cameras in their homes. For many homeowners, a video doorbell is their first experience with an IP camera. Installing it, setting up the app and then later using it to view something remotely all help to build consumers’ familiarity with network video cameras.