Archive for October, 2009

Biz intelligence to drive analytics growth

Wednesday, October 21, 2009 15:01 Be the first to comment

A September study from IMS Research forecasted non-security applications had the potential to grow the analytics market in the coming years. Business intelligence, which IMS forecasts will grow from 3 to 7.1 percent of the market from 2008 to 2013, could be analytics’ “killer application.”

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Homeland defense market to grow via ETD

Wednesday, October 21, 2009 14:59 Be the first to comment

A July study from the Homeland Security Research Corporation forecasts a big improvement in the overall value of the homeland security/homeland defense market over the next five years, despite the current, harsh economic climate. HSRC CEO Mark Sloman predicts the aggregated (systems, service and upgrades) U.S. Explosive Trace Detection market, specifically, will expand from $210 million in 2009 to $420 million in 2014.

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ABI projects major video surveillance growth

Wednesday, October 21, 2009 14:57 Be the first to comment

A recent study from ABI research claims the video surveillance market is due for a big boost over the next five years, growing from…

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Biometrics ready to fly?

Wednesday, October 21, 2009 14:55 Be the first to comment

In a June report, IMS Research market analyst Justin Siller forecasts the global market for fingerprint readers to grow from roughly $475 million in 2009 to $650 million by 2013.

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What will drive mobile surveillance market growth?

Wednesday, October 21, 2009 14:52 Be the first to comment

A May release from IMS Research predicts the global mobile surveillance market, including school buses, city buses, trains, and police cars, will increase by…

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Will RVMaS kill analog?

Wednesday, October 21, 2009 14:50 Be the first to comment

An April release, “The Worldwide Market for Remote Video Monitoring and Surveillance—2009 Edition,” from IMS Research speculates about the future of traditional analog CCTV given the projected growth of IP-based remote video monitoring and surveillance. The world market for RVMaS products and services was $300 million in 2008 and is forecast by IMS to grow to $843 million by 2012.

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RFID systems revenue to exceed $9.2B by ’14

Wednesday, October 21, 2009 14:48 Be the first to comment

According to a recent report from ABI Research, current economic conditions are exerting a strong influence on near-term demand for RFID systems. However, despite depressed demand, there is growth and it varies by application. Many sectors experienced depressed activity in late 2008, but the overall year remained strong.

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Health care security to see rapid growth

Wednesday, October 21, 2009 14:46 Be the first to comment

A recent release from Frost & Sullivan claims security vendors, both logical and physical earned revenues of $1.66 billion in 2007 and estimates revenue to reach $5.78 billion in 2014 serving the health care industry.

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Telcos to grow in video surveillance market

Wednesday, October 21, 2009 14:45 Be the first to comment

A release from IMS Research predicts the remote video monitoring and surveillance market will see rapid and substantial growth over the next four years…

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Smart card shipments to grow in gov’t, health

Wednesday, October 21, 2009 14:43 Be the first to comment

A report released by IMS Research states the market for smart cards used in the government and health sectors has grown from fewer than 200 million units shipped in 2005 to more than 400 million units shipped in 2008. The report also claims the market will grow by around 100 million units over the next four years to 500 million units after 2013.

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