Electronic Security Products

 Published On: Oct, 2015 |    No of Pages: 424 |  Published By: Freedonia | Format: PDF
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US demand to grow 7% annually through 2019
Demand for electronic security products in the US is projected to rise 7.0 percent annually through 2019 to $16.2 billion. Strengthening new construction expenditures following the recession-impacted 2009-2014 period will drive gains, as electronic security products are often installed during initial construction. A heightened perceived risk of crime due to widespread media coverage of high profile crimes and tragedies will also support gains, even as the number of crimes has declined in recent years.

Technology gains to drive sales in all segments
Technological advances will promote sales gains in all segments, both by providing a boost to value demand via the incorporation of value-added features and by increasing market penetration. Rising interest in networked, IP connected systems that provide inter-operability between various electronic security systems and building automation systems will continue to promote growth of higher value devices. For instance, there is an ongoing shift from legacy analog video surveillance systems to digital, IP capable ones. In addition to interoperability, digital video components benefit from the incorporation of video analytics software at the original equipment manufacturers’ level, as well as the ability to use mobile and other offsite monitoring and Cloud-based storage. As a result of this transition to IP systems, the video surveillance product segment is projected to experience the fastest gains through 2019. Concerns regarding the potential for criminals hacking into these interconnected electronic security devices will drive demand for higher value versions that incorporate cyber hardened capabilities such as encryption and authentication.

Interoperability as well as innovations in mobile monitoring will boost demand for alarms. The increasing array of plug-and-play electronic security devices that are self-monitored will expand the potential market base of consumers willing to purchase supplemental security measures. These products are appealing to those who believe their risk of crime does not require more sophisticated monitored alarm systems that have high ongoing monitoring fees. Furthermore, these smart products are controlled and accessed via mobile devices, aiding security equipment sales as interest in smart home automation systems also rises. The alarm segment will further benefit from innovations in personal emergency response service (PERS) alarms, particularly for types that integrate mobile technology. Access control systems will see strong gains as smart card-based systems gain traction over less secure technologies such as proximity and magnetic stripe cards. Access control systems that integrate increasingly advanced layers of credentials, such as mobile phones and bio-metrics, will support further gains.

Study Coverage
This Freedonia industry study analyzes the $11.6 billion US security product industry. It presents historical demand data (2004, 2009 and 2014) and forecasts (2019 and 2024) by product (e.g., alarms, access controls, video surveillance, contraband detection, electronic article surveillance) and market (e.g., government and institutional, consumer, trade and distribution, industrial, air transport, financial institutions, office and lodging establishments). The study also considers market environment factors, details industry structure, evaluates company market share, and profiles 42 industry players, including Tyco International, United Technologies, and Honeywell International.



Demographic & Social Environment
Demographic Trends
Employment Outlook
Macroeconomic Environment
Building Construction Outlook
Residential Building Construction
Nonresidential Building Construction
Building Stock Trends
Residential Building Stock
Nonresidential Building Stock
Business Establishment Trends
Consumer Spending Outlook
Public Safety Environment
Violent Crimes
Property Crimes
Terrorism & Other Nonconventional Crimes
Other Nonconventional Crimes
Carbon Monoxide
Legal & Regulatory Environment

Electronics Products & Computer Equipment Overview
Information Technology
Electronic Security Technologies
Automatic Identification
Systems Integration
Environmental Control & Building Automation
Pricing Dynamics
World Electronic Security Markets
Foreign Trade

Life Safety Alarms
Local Alarms
Smoke & Fire
Carbon Monoxide
Central Station Alarms
Direct Connect Alarms
Intrusion Alarms
Local Alarms
Central Station Alarms
Direct Connect Alarms
PERS & Related Alarms
Access Controls
Card-Based Access Controls
Biometric Access Controls
Keypad/Combination Access Controls
Video Surveillance
Recording Equipment
Other Components
Contraband Detection Systems
Bulk EDS
Metal Detectors, X-Ray Systems, & Advanced Imaging Systems
Trace Detectors
Electronic Article Surveillance Systems
Other Electronic Security Products

Government & Institutional
Sector Outlook
Security Outlook
Sector Outlook
Security Outlook
Trade & Distribution
Sector Outlook
Security Outlook
Sector Outlook
Security Outlook
Air Transport
Sector Outlook
Security Outlook
Financial Institutions
Sector Outlook
Security Outlook
Office & Lodging Establishments
Sector Outlook
Security Outlook
Sector Outlook
Security Outlook

Industry Composition
Market Share
Research & Product Development
Marketing & Distribution
Mergers & Acquisitions
Cooperative Agreements
Company Profiles
Acre LLC
Alarm Lock Systems, see NAPCO Security Technologies
Allegion plc
AMAG Technology, see G4S
American Dynamics, see Tyco International
American Science and Engineering Incorporated
Analogic Corporation
Ansul, see Tyco International
Arecont Vision LLC
Avigilon Corporation
Axis Communications, see Canon
Best Access Systems, see Stanley Black & Decker
Bosch (Robert) GmbH
Brivo Systems LLC
Canon Incorporated
Checkpoint Systems Incorporated
Chemetron Fire Systems, see United Technologies
Climatec, see Bosch (Robert)
Continental Instruments, see NAPCO Security Technologies
Detector Electronics, see United Technologies
Det-Tronics, see United Technologies
Diebold Incorporated
Exacq Technologies, see Tyco International
Fenwal Protection Systems, see United Technologies
Fire-Lite Alarms, see Honeywell International
First Alert Professional Security Systems, see Honeywell International
Gamewell-FCI, see Honeywell International
G4S plc
Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Company Limited
Hanwha Group
HID Global, see ASSA ABLOY
Hitachi Limited
Honeywell International Incorporated
IdenTrust, see ASSA ABLOY
Ingersoll-Rand plc
Interlogix, see United Technologies
IQinVision, see Vicon Industries
Johnson Controls Incorporated
JVC KENWOOD Corporation
Kaba Holding AG
Keyscan, see Kaba Holding
Kidde Technologies, see United Technologies
Klein Associates, see L-3 Communications
L-3 Communications Corporation
Leidos Holdings Incorporated
Lenel Systems International, see United Technologies
Lumidigm, see ASSA ABLOY
Marks USA, see NAPCO Security Technologies
Mercury Security, see Acre
Metis Secure Solutions, see Mircom Group of Companies
Milestone Systems A/S, see Canon
Mircom Group of Companies
Morpho Detection, see SAFRAN
MorphoTrak, see SAFRAN
MorphoTrust USA, see SAFRAN
Motorola Solutions Incorporated
NAPCO Security Technologies Incorporated
Nortek Incorporated
NOTIFIER, see Honeywell International
OSI Systems Incorporated
Panasonic Corporation
Pelco, see Schneider Electric
Qolsys, see Tyco International
Quantum Secure, see ASSA ABLOY
Rapiscan Systems, see OSI Systems
SAFLOK, see Kaba Holding
Samsung Techwin, see Hanwha Group
Schlage Lock, see Allegion
Schneider Electric SE
Scott Safety Products, see Tyco International
Sensormatic Electronics, see Tyco International
Siemens AG
Silent Knight, see Honeywell International
SimonsVoss Technologies, see Allegion
SimplexGrinnell, see Tyco International
Smiths Group plc
Software House, see Tyco International
Sonitrol, see Stanley Black & Decker
Sony Corporation
Stanley Black & Decker Incorporated
S2 Security Corporation
System Sensor, see Honeywell International
Thermo Fisher Scientific Incorporated
3M Company
2GIG Technologies, see Nortek
Tyco International plc
United Technologies Corporation
Vanderbilt Industries, see Acre
Vicon Industries Incorporated
Video Insight, see Panasonic
Visonic, see Tyco International
Zheijiang Dahua Technology Company Limited
Other Security Products Manufacturers

List of Tables

Summary Table

Population & Households
Employment Outlook
Macroeconomic Indicators
Building Construction Expenditures
Residential Building Construction Expenditures
Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures
Housing Stock by Type
Nonresidential Building Stock
Business Establishments
Personal Consumption Expenditures
Violent Crime Levels, 2004-2013
Property Crime Levels, 2004-2013
Incidences of Terrorism in the US, 2004-2013
Selected Other Crimes, 2004-2013
Fire Levels & Losses, 2004-2013
Carbon Monoxide Incidents, 2004-2013

Electronic & Computer Product Shipments
Information Processing Fixed Investment
US Foreign Trade in Electronic Security Products

Electronic Security Product Supply & Demand
Alarm System Supply & Demand
Life Safety Alarm Demand by Application & Product
Local Life Safety Alarm Demand by Product
Local Smoke & Fire Detector Demand by Product
Local Carbon Monoxide Detector Demand
Central Station Life Safety Alarm Demand
Direct Connect Life Safety Alarm Demand
Intrusion Alarm Demand by Application
Local Intrusion Alarm Demand
Central Station Intrusion Alarm Demand
Direct Connect Intrusion Alarm Demand
Personal Emergency Response Service & Related Alar Demand
Electronic Access Control Supply & Demand
Card-Based Access Control Demand by Type
Biometric Access Control Demand by Type
Keypad/Combination Access Control Demand
Video Surveillance Equipment Supply & Demand
Video Surveillance Camera Demand
Video Surveillance Monitor Demand
Video Surveillance Recording Equipment Demand
Other Video Surveillance Component Demand
Contraband Detection System Supply & Demand
Contraband Detection System Demand by Type
Electronic Article Surveillance System Supply & Demand
Electronic Article Surveillance System Demand by Type
Other Electronic Security Product Supply & Demand

Electronic Security Product Demand by Market
Government & Institutional Sector Indicators
Government & Institutional Sector Security Product Market
Consumer Sector Indicators
Consumer Security Product Market
Retail Sales
Trade & Distribution Security Product Market
Industrial Sector Indicators
Industrial Security Product Market
Air Carrier Outlook
Air Transport Security Product Market
Financial Service Indicators
Financial Institutions Security Product Market
Office & Lodging Building Space & Constructio Expenditures
Office & Lodging Security Product Market
Service Sector Indicators
Service Sector Security Product Market

Electronic Security Product Sales by Company, 2014
Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
Selected Cooperative Agreements

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