Perimeter intrusion detection encompasses both physical security and IT security – the scope of the report is limited to the physical aspects of perimeter intrusion detection.
Tech advances have meant that physical security industry is adopting cloud-based systems. The adoption of cloud-based security technology promises a slew of benefits, most promising being a greater degree of connectivity and a robust alarm management. Cloud-based SaaS models are likely to become commonplace in the future.
Another significant development in the physical perimeter detection industry has been the growing use of video analytics. Adoption of video analytics has led to reduction in overall cost, bringing physical perimeter intrusion detection systems within the reach of a wider audience.
Service providers are also focusing on being more than just product suppliers – many players are focusing on transforming into a service-focused business model. End-users are showing a marked preference for service providers that offer a long-term holistic solution, rather than a one-off transaction. It is highly likely that more physical security players will explore the option of service-focused business model in the years to come.
The Proliferation of ‘Smart’ Devices
The impact of IoT is visible in the perimeter intrusion detection landscape as well. Evolving end-user demand for seamless access control, video management, and fire detection has meant that service providers are now focusing on greater integration of IoT. Growing focus on greater integration and seamless connectivity are likely to push investment into IoT in the future.
Top 3 Factors Shaping Perimeter Intrusion Detection Market
Development of Smart cities and State-of-the-Art Infrastructure
As smart cities are developing globally, the demand for modern security systems is also increasing as safety and security gain priority among planners and owners of residential and commercial properties. Growing efforts on reducing trespassing, theft, and burglary are influencing investment in efficient perimeter intrusion detection systems.
Increased Demand for Wireless Technology in Security Systems
Adoption of video surveillance on cloud and wireless platforms continues to gain traction. Incorporation of modern sensors, including infrared sensors, fibre-optic sensors, radar sensors, and microwave sensors is growing to improve the functionality of existing systems.
Complexity of Software and Lack of Skilled Resources
The major challenges hampering the growth of the global perimeter intrusion detection systems market are the complexity of software, which leads to the need for high-cost skilled resources. The deployment of software, hardware, and system integration requires specialised experts who can handle data refining & preparation and build & integrate these models into the application environment. There is either lack of skilled resources or those with specialised expertise are relatively expensive to hire.
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Perimeter Intrusion Detection Market Structure Analysis
- The global perimeter intrusion detection market represents a moderately consolidated competition landscape, wherein Tier 1 companies hold a revenue share of approximately 38%
- Some of the top companies in the perimeter intrusion detection market include Honeywell International Inc., Johnson Controls Inc., Anixter, Schneider Electric SE, Axis Communications, Flir Systems, Rbtec Perimeter Security Systems, and Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd.
- While most of the key players maintain a strategic focus on the North America, Europe, and East Asia markets, the report underscores that technology assessment will be an important developmental strategy for companies ??
- Leading players in perimeter intrusion detection market are also concentrating on entering into partnerships and collaborations with other security system providers, and this will remain a strong differentiation strategy
Maintain your Perimeter – The Evolution of Outdoor Detection
Tech advances continue to transform how perimeter intrusion detection is executed. From simple mechanisms of intrusion control – like gates and fencing – to complex systems incorporated with video surveillance and access controls, perimeter intrusion detection landscape has witnessed a tectonic evolution. Future Market Insights’ new perspective offers a holistic analysis on how adoption and innovation will evolve in the future.
Market Set to Grow 4X between 2018 and 2028
Adoption of perimeter intrusion detection systems among commercial enterprises continues to grow at a healthy rate. Integration with pre-existing facilities, greater access controls, reliable thermal imaging is redefining this landscape.
Why Emerging Markets? The Second Wave of Growth
In the first wave of growth, commercial and residential users across North America and Western Europe were the early adopters. In the second wave, it will be emerging economies of Asia Pacific that will be at the forefront of growth. China, India, and other fast-growing markets in Southeast Asia are likely to create new dynamics in this landscape.
How Growth Will Unfold
Manufacturers need to create competitive offerings for small-scale industries. Easy installation and cost-effectiveness are the two key factors influencing buying behavior of small-scale commercial site owners. Manufacturers also need to strengthen their multisite implementation solutions, considering the evolving needs of end-users.
PERIMETER INTRUSION DETECTION MARKET TAXONOMY
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