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Global anti-drone market to be worth $1,205 million by 2025

A study, published by Transparency Market Research (TMR), predicts the anti-drone market worldwide to be worth $1,205 million by 2025. Players, big and small, joining the global anti-drone market suggests a dynamic and competitive industry in the coming years, according to the report. The emergence of start-ups with innovative technologies and approaches is expected to disrupt the market and intensify competition among manufacturers of anti-drones in the future.

A report by TMR evaluated the global anti-drone market to be worth $214.7 million in 2016. The market is expected to grow with a 19.9% compound annual growth rate between 2017 and 2025. Government and military dominate the end-user segments with the military predicted to grow rapidly among all end-use segments, followed by the government. In terms of anti-drone technologies, neutralizing systems held the leading share in the market in 2016. North America is expected to display the leading growth over the forecast period. Firms operating in the global anti-drone market include Blighter Surveillance Systems, Dedrone Detect, Droneshield, Boeing, Lockheed Martin Corporation, SAAB and Theiss UAV Solutions. Free Download: The security drones report 2017 The global security drones market will be worth $10.5bn ( 8bn) by 2020 . This report commissioned by Aviat Drones examines the prevalence, growth prospects , applications and regulatory challenges of drones and anti-drone tech in the global security market. Find out how you can benefit from this lucrative market .

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CSL DualCom takes part in M2M webinar

CSL DualCom takes part in M2M webinar ‘Security on the Move’, smartphone technology and integration were the ‘hot topics’ of an M2M-focused webinar hosted by Vodafone and Marketforce just prior to Christmas. Hosted at the London Stock Exchange studios, professional experts from some of the UK s leading security providers were invited by Vodafone and Marketforce to take part in a live webinar discussing some of the most prominent challenges facing the M2M (Machine-to-Machine) security sector. The event was chaired by Lindley Gooden, former television presenter with Sky, ITV and BBC.

His participating guests included Peter Manolescue (M2M business development manager at Vodafone Global), Simon Banks (group managing director of CSL DualCom Holdings), Peter Houlis (managing director at 2020 Vision Systems) and Alan Blake, the marketing and sales director for SECOM UK. The panel discussed a range of topics based around the role of M2M within the security industry such as the arrival of IP products and Cloud technology to the CCTV sector and their suitability for other security applications. The integration and impact of smartphone technology and the ways in which it has influenced the demands of end users was another recurring theme, so too the concept of intelligent buildings .

The panel also faced a series of live questions which included their thoughts on improving communications between the industry and its customer base.

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Memoori report: ‘Security’s SMEs take on the Big Boys – and win!’

Memoori report: ‘Security’s SMEs take on the Big Boys – and win!’ Memoori’s Annual Report shows that both the middle strata and smaller security companies have increased their market share, as Allan McHale explains. The physical security industry has undergone significant structural changes in the last three years. That process has accelerated in 2012, mostly driven by the overriding need to combat the worst trading conditions seen for decades.

The structure of the business has morphed not just to compensate or accommodate for this scenario, but also to meet and beat challenges and deliver growth. Our 2012 Annual Report shows that both the middle strata and smaller companies have increased their share of the market. To use the ocean as a point of reference, the minnows are taking on the sharks and winning, it seems, both through the development of leading-edge products and by dint of growth through acquisition and alliances.

The main driver, though, is that they’re developing innovative solutions in alliances with their channel partners to deliver products and systems that are transforming the security industry from being seen as a cost centre to a cash generator. In the past, the major traditional conglomerates have maintained and/or increased their own market share through acquisition but, in the last three years (with the exception of one company), none have made a significant acquisition. These companies have grown through their system sales and major integration and IT convergence projects.

However, their brand image has suffered and their influence in the product business has waned. Are these signs of disenchantment with the security business or just that other businesses such as ‘cleantech’ have had priority on their time and investment dollars? Finding new routes to market The second structural change that has contributed to wringing more out of a cash-strapped sector is that the routes to market have changed.

System integrators now take some 50% of all product sales. Manufacturers, particularly in the medium-sized category, have for some time been partnering with those same integrators to develop solutions that work across different vertical markets and add value – not just for improving security but also to increase operating efficiencies. Again.

the major conglomerates have been less effective in making this change. The development of IP networking products right across the physical security industry has been the main driver of growth. They offer end users much more than analogue when products are joined with other building services and the business enterprise.

These additional benefits for the end user have definitely increased demand because they deliver a much improved ROI. It must be said that pecialist manufacturers in all three sectors of the market have made a major contribution to developing IP networking products. Market growth by region The developed markets of North America and Europe are losing market share to Asia and, in particular, China (which, as we’ve stated on Info4Security, will be the largest single market before the end of this decade).

Asia has increased its market share to over 35% for all physical security systems, while growth has been much more modest in North America and Western Europe with an aggregate increase of 6%-7% and 3.5% respectively over the last three years. We forecast this trend will continue well into the next decade. There is an enormous latent demand waiting to be exploited in the emerging markets of the world.

China, for example, currently has a penetration of one sixth of the USA but this stood at one tenth in 2011. The Chinese market is growing rapidly as a result of using up this latent potential. The penetration of physical security products is highest in North America where GDP per capita is forecast at $49,340 and security sales per capita $14.81.

In the EU(7) GDP per capita is projected at $42,240 and security sales per capita at $11.5. With such high penetrations, growth in these markets has to come from the opening up of new vertical markets, the migration from analogue to IP network systems and continual improvement in delivering a higher ROI. However, these markets have suffered from very difficult economic trading conditions and little improvement is likely over the next couple of years.

Continued growth in the market has to come from the BRIC and emerging markets.

It will be interesting to see if the major conglomerates can perform better in the emerging markets than the middle strata companies and so win back lost share, but we suspect after three years of building up their financial reserves they will again return to growth through acquisition.

Allan McHale is director of Memoori The Memoori Blog focuses on business intelligence, comment and insight in relation to the physical security and smart grid industries (access the dedicated web link below)

Top Security Consultants Offer Security Solution Design Services

Sydney, New South Wales (November 22, 2012) – Matryx Consulting, regarded among the leading security consultants in Australia, is offering security procedure design services for companies looking to effectively address their security concerns and issues. Be it a CCTV network or something a little less complicated, no job is too big for Matryx s team of consultants to handle.

Having effective security solutions in place, is something that all companies should be concerned about. Business security is essential in keeping a company safe, proactive, and able to protect all of its critical data stores and assets, including its employees.

Pressure to a company s security must be addressed to keep a business operating. However, companies face more threats from the inside. Internal security threats are considered as the hardest to notice and can occur either by accident or with the intent to leak out sensitive corporate data, such as intellectual property and trade secrets.

A Chief Security Officer s deal with a diverse number of systems, which slows down response times, uses resources ineffectively, and increases security threat vulnerability. This dilemma is further exacerbated by their constant search to execute risk mitigation solutions to protect a company s global assets. Corporate security personnel cannot hope to deal with all types of security risks.

In this regard, hiring the services of a dedicated security, set-up design company, would be a good step in addressing their security requirements, both internal and external. Matryx s security consultants extensively meet with their clients in coming up with a design solution that can effectively meet their requirements. They use the design stage to talk and listen regarding their client s corporate security environment and the desired outcome of their clients.

For more information, visit www.MatryxConsulting.com.au. About Matryx Consulting Matryx Consulting has a diverse industry familiarity and expertise that allows them to develop highly customised concepts and protocols to serve the security needs of their clients.

With more than 17 years serving both government as well as private sector clients, they will find the best security solution for the clients operational and environmental circumstances.

China to be single largest market for physical security by 2020

China to be single largest market for physical security by 2020 Memoori director Allan McHale explores how the security sector has been able to prosper during the worst trading conditions for decades. IMF projections for the rate of GDP growth across advanced countries in 2012 is 1.4%, while the world market for physical security systems grew by 6% (a multiple of approximately 4.3). Even allowing for much higher rates of growth in emerging and developed economies, this is much more than a worthy performance and particularly so for a mature industry.

It also masks the fact that video surveillance achieved 11.8% – double the rate of aggregate growth for the industry – and access control 7.2%. Variation in performance across subsectors is even wider, with IP video surveillance topping the performance charts at around 30%. How this was made possible is one of the main themes in the 4th Edition of Memoori’s report entitled The Physical Security Market 2012.

Why structural changes have increased demand The main reason the physical security sector has been able to prosper during the worst trading conditions for decades is that the structure of the business has morphed not just to compensate but to meet and beat the challenge. Our 2012 Annual Report shows that both the middle strata and small companies have both increased the size of the market and their share. The minnows are taking on the sharks and winning, both through the development of leading-edge products and growth through acquisition and alliances.

The main driver is that they are delivering products and systems that are transforming the security industry from a cost centre to a cash generator. The business has also benefited from IT and communications and defense companies’ continued foray into the security industry, leveraging their expertise in digital technology and making serious inroads into homeland security and transport markets. The second structural change that has contributed to getting more from seemingly less is that the routes to market have changed, with system integrators now taking some 50% of all product sales.

Manufacturers are now partnering with those integrators to develop solutions that work across different vertical markets and add value not just for improving security but to increase operational efficiencies. IP networking products can offer much more than analogue when they are joined with other building services and the business enterprise. These additional benefits for the end user have definitely increased demand because they deliver a much improved ROI.

There’s no reason why the traditional distributor route cannot deliver the same service, but most distributors have not seen the need to change and prefer to shift analogue boxes while their share of the market declines. Comparison of physical security penetration by major region 2006 & 2012 Market growth by sector and region The total value of world production of products at factory gate prices in 2012 was $20.57 billion. Of this, video surveillance products (at $10 billion) increased their share to 49%, access control – at $4.8 billion – commanded a 23.5% share and intruder alarms ($5.77 billion) had a 27.5% share.

The developed markets of North America and Europe are losing market share to Asia and particularly China which will be the largest single market before the end of this decade. Asia has increased its share for all physical security systems to over 35%, while growth has been much more modest in North America and Western Europe (with an aggregate increase of 6/7% and 3.5% respectively over the last three years). This trend will continue well into the next decade.

The measure of penetration of physical security products in any country is an important factor because it sets a benchmark for the latent potential that’ available to exploit. There is an enormous latent demand waiting to be exploited in the emerging markets of the world, confirming that these are the markets that manufacturers should be developing now because they will grow at much higher rates than the developed markets of the western world. China, for example, currently has a penetration of one sixth of the USA but this stood at one tenth in 2011, showing that the market is growing rapidly by taking up this latent potential.

The image above shows that the penetration of physical security products is highest in North America where GDP per capita is forecast at $49,340 and security sales per capita $14.81. In the EU, GDP per capita is projected at $42,240 and security sales per capita at $11.5. In China, the GDP per capita in 2012 is projected at $6,120, and sales per capita was $2.4 showing that the potential for future growth is enormous.

This market has forged ahead at the highest rates of growth recorded in our industry and its aggregate growth over the last five years has not slowed down. However, despite the fact that its penetration has increased by almost 60% during this time its penetration is still only a fraction of that in North America so there is much latent potential still to be exploited. In the rest of Asia (including India), the penetration chart shows that this area now has a lower level of penetration than China.

There are a number of countries in this group that have large populations such as India, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam and they’ve dragged down the penetration to $2.0 per capita. That said, Japan, Australia, South Korea and Singapore have much higher penetration of security on a parallel to western countries. Countries that have a long term potential to develop their latent potential include India, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines.

With such high penetrations in the western markets growth has to come from the opening up of new vertical markets, the migration from analogue to IP network systems and continual improvement in delivering a higher ROI. Market forecast to 2017 Our forecast for the next five years to 2017 is based on world market trading conditions remaining fairly static during the second half of this year and carrying on through the first half of 2013, thereafter gradually growing through the following four years. We forecast a CAGR of 5% over the five-year period.

This could be considered rather optimistic, given that (at best) the European market will remain static, bwe ut had an unprecedented traumatic five-year period from the end of 2007 and the physical security market managed to grow by a CAGR of 2% during that time. The security industry is now in a much healthier state with a product portfolio that can deliver more attractive opportunities for its clients to improve security and at the same time profit from it. Together with the unstoppable growth of IP video network and access control coupled with management identification and verification, this will drive the market forward.

In addition, further growth opportunities are opening up in relatively new vertical markets and the ‘Smart Building’ sector where system integrators from the security business are using PISM, PIAM and SAP platforms to deliver holistic systems incorporating monitoring building and energy performance in addition to security and safety.

In the event that these drivers don t live up to expectations, we can rely on the BRIC and other emerging markets to continue growing as well as the move to cloud-based systems.

Allan McHale is director of Memoori The Memoori Blog focuses on business intelligence, comment and insight in relation to the physical security and smart grid industries (access the dedicated web link below)

Memoori report: The Physical Security Business in 2012

Memoori report: The Physical Security Business in 2012 Memoori s analysis of the world s physical security business sector in 2012 shows how the industry has been able to prosper during the worst trading conditions for decades. Allan McHale reports. How has the industry survived?

By morphing its structure not just to compensate but also to meet and beat the economic challenge, expanding sales by more than four times the growth of the world s GDP. Our latest report shows that the minnows are taking on the sharks and winning, both through the development of leading-edge products and now growth through acquisition and alliances. Growth has also come through restructuring business models in order to deliver products and systems that are transforming the security industry from a cost centre to a cash generator.

The total value of world production of products at factory gate prices in 2012 was $20.57 billion. Of this, video surveillance products – at $10 billion – increased their share to 49%. Access control (at $4.8 billion) took a 23.5% share and intruder alarms (at $5.77) billion had a 27.5% share.

The two major drivers have been the 11.8% aggregate growth in the video surveillance market and higher levels of demand in Asia, which has increased its share to over 35% for all physical security systems. More modest growth in North America and Western Europe Growth has been much more modest in North America and Western Europe, though, with an aggregate increase of 6/7% and 3.5% respectively over the last three years. We forecast a CAGR of 5% over the next five years despite troubled economic trading conditions.

It’s fair to say that the security industry is now in a much healthier state, with a product portfolio that can deliver more attractive opportunities for its clients to improve security and at the same time profit from it.

Together with the unstoppable growth of IP video network and access control coupled with management identification and verification, this will drive the market forward.

In addition, as our report shows, further growth opportunities are opening up in relatively new vertical markets and also across the ‘Smart Buildings’ sector, where system integrators are using PISM, PIAM and SAP platforms to deliver holistic solutions. *Check back on Info4Security tomorrow to read our full analysis: ‘The security industry restructures to meet new challenges’ Allan McHale is director of Memoori The Memoori Blog focuses on business intelligence, comment and insight in relation to the physical security and smart grid industries (access the dedicated web link below)

IFSEC & Homeland Security India 2012 plans growth

1 3 November 2012, Greater Noida IFSEC & Homeland Security India 2012 plans growth Having gained its foothold as the most prominent exhibition for the commercial and homeland security sector, IFSEC & Homeland Security India is announcing plans to further develop the exhibition and its content to cater for the evolving needs of the booming Indian and South Asian security industry. After a recent visit to India to meet key event stakeholders, UBM Live managing director Simon Parker, said: I have been involved in IFSEC & Homeland Security India since its launch six years ago, and during this time we have observed phenomenal growth and maturity within the region. I am proud that IFSEC has played a major role in this transformation and want to make sure we stay close to the market to ensure the exhibition reflects the changing needs of the local industry.

Bringing together leading security companies with thousands of security professionals, IFSEC & Homeland Security India played host to 250 exhibitors from over 20 countries in 2011 and welcomed 11,684 visitors from India and the wider South Asian region through its doors. Parker continues: The relationships we have with our clients is crucial and I am pleased to have had such meaningful meetings of late which have allowed us to introduce a number of exciting innovations for the 2012 exhibition. The new initiatives for 2012 include a revamped education programme which will see two streams of content.

The first will cater for the latest manufacturer and channel developments/challenges such as the emergence of IP-based technologies, standards and regulations within the industry. Convergence, the role of IT in security and installer training requirements will also be explored. The second stream will focus on Homeland Security requirements in the region with topics covering citywide surveillance, integrated transport solutions, the protection of national infrastructure, border protection, biometric technology and much more.

Recognising the need for more end-user focussed education at the event, there will also be the introduction of an Intelligent Integration Zone. Working with one of India s leading systems integrators this feature will allow the end-user community at IFSEC & Homeland Security India to get a better understanding of a holistic and fully integrated security system and how all the elements (surveillance, access control, recording, perimeter protection etc) work off one common software platform. Installers and channel partners will also benefit from this experiential feature which has been very popular in other IFSEC events.

In addition to new features, IFSEC & Homeland Security India will benefit from a revamped marketing and PR campaign that will broaden the target audience for IFSEC to encompass the entire security spectrum. Recognising the need for manufacturers to interact with more than just their channel partners, IFSEC & Homeland Security India will attract the complete buying and influencing chain; manufacturers through to distributors, integrators, installers and end-users. Parker concludes by saying: The initiatives we are introducing to IFSEC & Homeland Security India are similar to what we have implemented successfully in our UK event in recent years.

We are confident that with close collaboration with our key stakeholders this event will continue to grow with the industry and be a reflection of what is happening within the local marketplace. As organisers of the globally respected IFSEC security and fire exhibitions, UBM will continue to build upon its established relationships to draw many of the world s most highly regarded solution providers and key decision makers to the event. I am truly excited about the next stage of the evolution of this exhibition and look forward to IFSEC & Homeland Security India 2012 being an event to remember.

IFSEC & Homeland Security India takes place from 1-3 November 2012 at the world class India Expo Centre in Greater Noida. Close to the national capital of New Delhi (14km), Greater Noida has become an international business hub with a large number of educational and business centres located in the area and is the perfect location for government end users and the entire buying and influencing chain to come together. You can get more information on the IFSEC & Homeland Security India website.

Companies interested in exhibiting at IFSEC & Homeland Security India should contact Neema Patel, International Sales Manager, IFSEC Global at UBM Live, on +44 (0) 20 7921 8614 / +44 (0) 7500 122 664 or [email protected]

Security Guard Kills Bandit WIN Communication Network E-News

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A bandit is stopped in his tracks as he is shot and killed by a security guard following an attempted robbery.

According to reports, around 7am this morning, a man identified as 35 year old Glen Kelly of California approached a backhoe that was working near the R. Maye Hardware at Derrick road, Chase Village and attacked the driver, escaping in the backhoe.

He crashed into the hardware in an attempt to escape but was intercepted by the hardware s security guard.

Kelly then attacked both the driver and the guard with a piece of wood.

A struggle ensued during which the security guard pulled out his firearm and shot Kelly.

Kelly was taken to the Chaguanas Health Facility where he was pronounced dead on arrival.

The guard and the driver were also treated at the same facility and were later discharged.

Investigations are continuing.

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Aug 6th, 2012 at 11:33 am

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