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  • 1. Asia Pacific Physical Security Trends and Dynamics Susan Sahayan Research Analyst Automation and Electronics October 13, 2011
  • 2. Focus Points for Today • Overview of Physical SecurityAsia Pacific • Introduction to the Asia Pacific Physical Security MarketPhysicalSecurity • Opportunity Analysis of the Asia Pacific Physical Security MarketTrends and - Tracing the Market Shifts and TrendsDynamics • Future Outlook 2
  • 3. OVERVIEW OF PHYSICAL SECURITY3 3
  • 4. Why Security ? - Increasing Threats Pose a Need forEnhanced Security Measures Economic growth in the region has attracted various global threats. 2008/ 2011 Mumbai Terror Attacks 2006 Train Bombings in 2009 Hotel Bombings in Mumbai Indonesia 2011 Bombings in Thailand Source: Frost & Sullivan 4
  • 5. Security as One of The Global Trends - Driving Our FutureKey Takeaway: Threats to our lives, identities and freedom seem to arise from moresources than ever before. As a result, individual and collective focus on security isexpected to drive the trends of the future. Source: Frost & Sullivan 5
  • 6. Mega Trends of the FutureIn the Future, Security Systems will Likely become an Integral Part ofBuilding Management Systems and Day to Day Lives The rise of smart cities Geo socialization in 2020 will make online authentication and verification through biometrics a standard Source: Frost & Sullivan. 6
  • 7. Security Convergence as an Integral Part of the EvolutionTowards Smart Cities Source: Frost & Sullivan. 7
  • 8. Challenges in Physical Security Failure to Treating approach security as security from an expense/ an organizational sunk cost level Security as pure Purely Failure to integrate technology and not as technology/product- people, processes, and business issue based approach products Source: Frost & Sullivan. 8
  • 9. INTRODUCTION TO THE ASIA PACIFIC PHYSICAL SECURITY MARKET9 9
  • 10. Market Dynamics – DriversThese factors provide highdemand for security : High Growth Verticals Generating Demand Government Initiatives Technology Advancements Shift Toward Security Integration Source: Frost & Sullivan. 10
  • 11. Market Dynamics – RestraintsThese factors deter thedemand for security : Issues in Integration Lack of Limited Awareness Network Environment Large Capital Requirements Deter Investment Source: Frost & Sullivan. 11
  • 12. OPPORTUNITY ANALYSIS OF THE ASIA PACIFIC PHYSICAL SECURITY MARKET - TRACING THE MARKET SHIFTS AND TRENDS12 12
  • 13. Opportunities in the APAC Video Surveillance Market• APAC Video Surveillance Market • 2010 - estimated at US$ 1.5 to 2.0 billion • 2011 – estimated at US$2.2 to 2.4 billion • CAGR 2010 – 2015 : Approximately 23%• APAC video surveillance market segments : Analog Cameras 7.0% 9.0% IP Cameras 4.2% DVR 40.0% 22.9% NVR Video Encoders 26.8% Surveillance 13.0% Software Source: Frost & Sullivan 13
  • 14. APAC Wireless Video Surveillance Market – LargelyGovernment DrivenAPAC Wireless Video Surveillance Key Applications City Transportation surveillance system City monitoring Used at the railway using the wireless and highway video surveillance Effective in controlling Centralized the transport Covers a whole city management system Construction • Monitoring the construction site Easy and effective because of the flexibility of wireless video surveillance Benefit to the site inspection Increases security and safety awareness Source: Frost & Sullivan 14
  • 15. Opportunities in the APAC Electronic Access ControlSystems (EACS) Market • Electronic Access Control Systems (EACS) Market in APAC : 2010 – estimated at US$ 650- 700 million 2011 – estimated at US$ 750- 800 million CAGR 2010 – 2015 : Approximately 24% • APAC EACS market segments: Smart Cards and 4% Readers 2% 18% 13% 18% 17% Proximity Cards and Readers Biometrics 2010 2015 Controllers 23% 31% 31% 45% OthersNote :Others include keypads, magnetic stripe cards and barcodes Source: Frost & Sullivan 15
  • 16. Opportunities in the APAC Electronic Access ControlSystems (EACS) Market High Contactless smart cards Keypads and readers Video Surveillance Biometrics q Manpower security xxxRevenues Proximity cards and readers Low Low High 2010 Growth Rate (2010-2020) 2015 Source: Frost & Sullivan 16
  • 17. New Technologies for Biometrics Likely to Evolve Types of Biometric Technology Fingerprint 2% Physiological Behavioral 1% 4% Facial 6% Fingerprint Voice Iris Signature 14% IRIS/Retina Facial Keystroke 73% Palm Scanner/Vein Hand Geometry *Gait Scanner Voice Palm *Typing *Nail *Accent Others *Lip *Ear*States the emerging type Source: Frost & Sullivan 17
  • 18. APAC Radio Frequency Identification• APAC RFID Market : 2010 – approximately at US$ 900.0 million 2011 – estimated at US$ 1.0 billion ** includes all applications : Security & non-Security e.g. transportation, logistics and supply chain, animal tracking, healthcare, others etc CAGR 2010 – 2015 : Approximately 24%• APAC RFID market segments : Tags 26% Readers 55% Middleware/S 19% oftware Source: Frost & Sullivan 18
  • 19. Shift from Traditional to Emerging RFID Technologies Traditional Applications Emerging ApplicationsSecurity, Asset Tracking, and Access Control Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Sports Timing Baggage Handling Transportation Casino Chips Prisoner Tracking Laundry Postal and Courier Livestock Oil and Gas Documents Bill Boards Vending Machine Supply Chain Management 19
  • 20. APAC Intrusion Detection Market• APAC Intrusion Detection Market : 2010 - estimated at US$ 300 – 330 million 2011 – estimated at US$ 350 – 380 million CAGR 2010 – 2015 : Approximately 17%• APAC intrusion detection market segments : 11.0% 15.8% 39.8% Panels Detectors Keypads Accessories 33.4% Source: Frost & Sullivan 20
  • 21. Emerging Technologies Will Sustain the Future Growth ofthe Security Industry Key Takeaway : Increased migration toward network based security systems andconvergence in applications are already creating shifts in the market and businessmodels. 21
  • 22. FUTURE OUTLOOK22 22
  • 23. Key Verticals to Maintain Healthy Levels of Growth andRemain Attractive Key Takeaway : These verticals are likely to have security requirement at thepersonal as well as organization level, using one or more of the many securitytechnologies available. Source: Frost & Sullivan 23
  • 24. Distribution Channel Trends Key Takeaway : System Integrators will play a key role in ensuring the success ofthe large-scale projects in terms of interoperability and convergence of securitysystems/ End Manufacturer Distributor System Integrator/ PAST Wholesaler Users Reseller Value-added System Integrator Manufacturer Distributors / Reseller End- PRESENT Users Value-added Manufacturer Distributors / End Users FUTURE System Integrators 24
  • 25. Competitive Points for Success in the Physical SecurityMarket Feature-rich Products Interoperability ROI Convergence Shift to network Improved based Storage systems Price / Performance Source: Frost & Sullivan. 25
  • 26. Frost & Sullivan• The Growth Partnership Company• Founded in 1961• Over 1,700 employees across 35+ global locations• 10,000+ clients worldwide including emerging companies, the Global 1000, and the investment community• Offer the exclusive Growth System including: • Growth Partnership Services • Growth Consulting • Growth Team Membership 26
  • 27. Regional Presence – Strong APAC Footprint Auckland Bangkok Americas Beijing Europe Bengaluru Asia Pacific Chennai Colombo Delhi Hong Kong Jakarta Kolkata Kuala Lumpur Mumbai Seoul Shanghai Africa & Singapore Middle East Sydney Tokyo 27
  • 28. Cross Vertical Industry Expertise AEROSPACE & AUTOMOTIVE & CHEMICALS, ENERGY & TRANSPORTATION MATERIALS & POWER SYSTEMS DEFENSE FOOD ENVIRONMENTAL & HEALTHCARE AUTOMATION & ICT BUILDING ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIES 28
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  • 30. For Additional InformationDonna Jeremiah Jessie LohCorporate Communications Corporate CommunicationsAsia Pacific Asia Pacific(6) 03-6204 5832 (65) 6890-0942donna.jeremiah@frost.com Jessie.loh@frost.comParul Oswal Susan SahayanResearch Manager Research AnalystAutomation and Electronics Automation and Electronics(65) 6890-0974 (6) 03-6204 5826parul.oswal@frost.com susan.sahayan@frost.com 30