Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Access Control (Industrial Report) - UK - November 2013:Industry Analysis Report

238 views

Published on

Access Control (Industrial Report) - UK - November 2013:Industry Analysis Report @http://www.researchmoz.us/access-control-industrial-report-uk-november-2013-report.html

Published in: Technology, Business
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Access Control (Industrial Report) - UK - November 2013:Industry Analysis Report

  1. 1. Access Control (Industrial Report) - UK - November 2013 This report covers the UK market for access control security alarms and systems, including sales and rental income. The access control market includes standalone equipment, audio and video entry systems as well as online equipment. Standalone equipment includes equipment such as cylinders, locks, readers, keypads etc that are not linked to any other system. Online equipment includes access control equipment that is linked to an internet-based network, which manages the system. Typically, an access control system comprises a key or smart card, a reader, a remote-site controller, a network and a host. In its simplest form, a remote-site controller will take a signal from a card reader, process the validity of the card (either internally or via communication with a host) and activate an output, such as opening a door or a turnstile. More sophisticated systems will do more than this, for example by holding a portion of the database in memory so that it can make immediate access decisions (whether or not communication is in place with the host). The system host can be considered as the centre of the system, communicating with the remote controller, providing a real-time user interface for event tracking and administration, and collating transaction information for subsequent reports. Access control systems are used to restrict physical access to car parks, buildings and designated areas within buildings. The same system may also monitor alarm points within the facility or around the perimeter, activate and automatically control CCTV cameras, control the local environment by monitoring conditions and interact with sub-systems such as air conditioning, internal and external lighting and fire alarms. A credential is the tool that allows a person to gain access through a system. A credential can be a key card or smart card, a pin number or a biometric feature. This latter group may include fingerprint reading, facial recognition, voice recognition, retina, signature, facial geometry and DNA matching. To date this sector only forms a very small part of the overall access control market, with a limited number of commercial applications. table Of Content executive Summary introduction definitions methodology abbreviations Access Control (Industrial Report) - UK - November 2013
  2. 2. market Positioning uk Economy overview inflation interest Rates house Prices consumer Spending manufacturing business Investment imports exports market Factors technology Development legislative Changes end-use Sector Trends market Size And Trends chapter Summary market Size security Alarms & Systems Market Development figure 1: Uk Market For Security Alarms & Systems, Including Sales And Rental Income, 2008-12 figure 2: Uk Market For Security Alarms & Systems, Including Sales And Rental Income Graph, 2008-12 figure 3: The Uk Market For Security Alarms & Systems, By Type, 2008-12 security Alarms & Systems Market Segment Analysis figure 4: The Security Alarms & Systems In The Uk, By Sector Share, 2008-12 access Control Market Development figure 5: The Uk Market For Access Control Equipment & Systems, Including Sales And Rental Income, 2008-12 figure 6: The Uk Market For Access Control Equipment & Systems, Including Sales And Rental Income Graph, 2008-12 weakened Growth Levels For The Access Control Market development Of Installations In The Access Control Sector figure 7: Installations Of Access Control Systems In The Uk, 2008-12 figure 8: Installations Of Access Control Systems In The Uk Graph, 2008-12 market Segmentation segmentation, By Type figure 9: Analysis Of The Uk Access Control Market, By Type, 2008-12 figure 10: Analysis Of The Uk Access Control Market Graph, By Type, 2008-12 segmentation, By End-use figure 11: The Uk Access Control Market, By End-use Sector, 2012 figure 12: The Uk Access Control Market Graph, By End-use Sector, 2012 market Trends Access Control (Industrial Report) - UK - November 2013
  3. 3. adoption Of Ip Access Control Systems the Development Of Open-platform Systems more Secure Biometric Recognition Technology Being Investigated near Field Communications On Trial end-use Sector Trends commercial Sector Demand Severely Weakened Through The Economic Downturn figure 13: Analysis Of Private Commercial Construction Output In Great Britain, 2008-12 figure 14: Analysis Of Private Commercial Construction Output In Great Britain Graph, 2008-12 figure 15: Analysis Of Private Commercial Construction In Great Britain, By Type, 2008-12 reversal In Public Sector Construction Growth Witnessed To 2010 figure 16: Analysis Of Public Sector Non-residential Construction Output In Great Britain, 2008-12 figure 17: Analysis Of Public Sector Non-residential Construction Output In Great Britain Graph, 2008-12 figure 18: Analysis Of Public Sector Non-residential Construction In Great Britain, By Type, 2008-12 repair & Maintenance Construction Trends figure 19: Analysis Of Repair & Maintenance Output In The Private Non-residential Sector In Great Britain, 2008-12 figure 20: Analysis Of Repair & Maintenance Output In The Private Non-residential Sector In Great Britain Graph, 2008-12 figure 21: Analysis Of Repair & Maintenance Output In The Public Non-residential Sector In Great Britain, 2008-12 figure 22: Analysis Of Repair & Maintenance Output In The Public Non-residential Sector In Great Britain Graph, 2008-12 regional Sales overview figure 23: Regional Installations Of Security Equipment, By Area, 2008-12 access Control figure 24: Regional Installations Of Access Control Equipment, By Area, 2008-12 industry Structure chapter Summary industry Development company Profiles assa Abloy figure 25: Financial Analysis Of Assa Abloy, 2007-11 cem Systems figure 26: Financial Analysis Of Cem Systems, 2008-12 g4s Technology figure 27: Financial Analysis Of G4s Technology, 2008-12 honeywell Security Uk figure 28: Financial Analysis Of Honeywell Security Uk, 2008-12 kaba figure 29: Financial Analysis Of Kaba, 2008-12 Access Control (Industrial Report) - UK - November 2013
  4. 4. grouphomesafe figure 30: Financial Analysis Of Grouphomesafe, 2008-12 newmark Security figure 31: Financial Analysis Of Newmark Security, 2009-13 remsdaq figure 32: Financial Analysis Of Remsdaq, 2008-12 schneider Electric figure 33: Financial Analysis Of Schneider Electric, 2008-12 secom figure 34: Financial Analysis Of Secom, 2008-12 stanley Security Solutions figure 35: Financial Analysis Of Stanley Security Solutions, 2008-12 tensor figure 36: Financial Analysis Of Tensor, 2008-12 forecast chapter Summary the Market figure 37: Forecast Uk Market For Security Alarms & Systems, By Type, 2013-17 end-use Sectors figure 38: Forecast Private Commercial Construction Output In Great Britain, 2013-17 figure 39: Forecast Private Commercial Construction In Great Britain, By Sector, 2013-17 figure 40: Departmental Expenditure Of Capital Spending By The Private Sector On Signed Projects Under Pfi, 2011/12 And 2012/13 figure 41: Forecast Public Non-residential Construction Output In Great Britain, 2013-17 figure 42: Forecast Public Non-residential Construction In Great Britain, By Type, 2013-17 figure 43: Forecast Repair & Maintenance Output In The Private Non-residential Sector In Great Britain, 2013-17 figure 44: Forecast Repair & Maintenance Output In The Public Nonresidential Sector In Great Britain, 2013-17 further Significant Expansion Forecast For Private Industrial Sector Construction figure 45: Forecast Private Industrial Construction Output In Great Britain, 2013-17 figure 46: Forecast Private Industrial Construction Output In Great Britain Graph, 2013-17 figure 47: Forecast Private Industrial New Construction Work In Great Britain, By Sector, 2013-17 figure 48: Forecast Private Industrial New Construction Work In Great Britain Graph, By Sector, 2013-17 access Control figure 49: The Uk Market For Access Control Systems, Including Sales And Rental Income, 2013-17 market Segmentation figure 50: Analysis Of The Uk Access Control Market, By Type, 2013-17 industry acquisition And Consolidation changes In The Technological Landscape Access Control (Industrial Report) - UK - November 2013
  5. 5. international Opportunities To Be Exploited further Sources & Contacts trade Associations & Advisory Bodies trade Magazines ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market research reports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with our huge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across all industry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well as publishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights on which reports will satisfy your needs at the best price. Contact: M/s Sheela, 90 State Street, Suite 700, Albany NY - 12207 United States Tel: +1-518-618-1030 USA - Canada Toll Free 866-997-4948 Email: sales@researchmoz.us Website: http://www.researchmoz.us/ Access Control (Industrial Report) - UK - November 2013

×