Posts Tagged ‘analytics’

Securing mass transit a growing opportunity for integrators

Tuesday, March 8, 2011 9:56 Be the first to comment

A recent report from Frost & Sullivan, “North American Physical Security Solutions for Mass Transit Market,” reports an area of growth opportunity for integrators of physical security solutions in securing the nation’s mass transit networks. The market earned revenues of $.49 billion in 2009 and Frost & Sullivan estimates that amount will triple, reaching $1.57 billion in 2016. However, analysts warn growth could be hampered a lack of government mandates.

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POLL: Do you currently offer remote video monitoring as a service?

Tuesday, June 29, 2010 10:42 Be the first to comment

The remote services market is growing, and the largest portion of that, according to IMS, is remote video monitoring. Are you taking advantage of this growth area?

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Facing facial recognition – Does it work?

Monday, April 12, 2010 11:03 3 Comments

Despite advances, research says security applications are somewhat limited By L. Samuel Pfeifle Whether you label it a video analytic or a biometric technology, one of the more intriguing developments in the security marketplace is facial recognition. Trying to protect mass transportation? Imagine a system that can scan a crowd on a platform and alarm [...]

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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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Surveillance software revenue jumps

Tuesday, October 20, 2009 10:44 Be the first to comment

A report released by ABI Research predicted significant growth in surveillance software revenue, from $245 million in 2008 to $900 million in 2013. Analytics are a significant driver to this market, said Stan Schatt, vice president at ABI Research.

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