Posts Tagged ‘IMS’

Access control evolved: How do you keep up?

Monday, July 26, 2010 14:05 Be the first to comment

When does new technology demand an upgrade, and when does it not offer business value? By Daniel Gelinas The idea of access control is simple: let authorized people in and keep unauthorized people out. Access control has been around for a while (to understate matters). It’s evolved over the years from simple tumbler locks with [...]

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IMS stat of the month: Access Control affected greatly by recession

Wednesday, November 4, 2009 9:24 Be the first to comment

The Americas market has been significantly hit by the recession. In its latest 2009 research on the electronic physical access control market, IMS Research forecasts the Americas market to grow at a CAGR of 2.9 percent from 2008 to 2013. HPSD-12 continues to impact growth in the region. However, whilst this government initiative was initially [...]

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IMS revises video forecasts downward

Tuesday, November 3, 2009 13:07 Be the first to comment

Globally, a ‘sustained and deeper recession’ will mean ‘significant variation in the market ecosystem’ By L. Samuel Pfeifle WELLINGBOROUGH, UK—IMS Research uses positive wording—“despite the impact of the economic downturn … the world market for video surveillance equipment will grow by 3 percent in 2009”—but manufacturers can’t be seeing their latest report, released Aug. 31, [...]

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