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  • Why smart home is replacing traditional residential security?
    The increased popularity of devices like smartphones and affordability are helping “connected” and “smart home” security devices replace traditional residential security, suggests a report from IHS.
    Editor / Provider: Prasanth Aby Thomas | Updated: 2016 / 5 / 9
  • Dean Drako purchases Brivo – What does this mean for the industry?
    The acquisition of Brivo by Eagle Eye Networks is yet another example of consolidation in the security industry. What makes this a unique case is that a cloud-based video provider is expanding into cloud-based access control. While we have seen acquisitions of providers of cloud-services, e.g. Kaba
    Editor / Provider: Blake Kozak, IHS analyst | Updated: 2015 / 6 / 17
  • Honeywell Total Connect in action via DIY market
    Safe Security, one of the nation's largest security alarm companies has launched a new division, SAFE@home. This new division will enable a consumer to self install a wireless security system at their home with ease. This DIY home alarm system will include professional UL certified Five Diamond moni
    Editor / Provider: Honeywell Security | Updated: 2013 / 2 / 21
  • New Jersey low-income estates go high-tech with Hikvision
    The legacy of Alarms Unlimited goes back well beyond the 1950s when the security company started providing security solutions to residential estates. Even though the company has since branched out to the commercial sector, it maintains its portfolio in its residential clientele. Among its recent pro
    Editor / Provider: Hikvision | Updated: 2012 / 10 / 12
  • Security Services Providers Set to Embrace IP (Part 2)
    Over these past few years, the alarm-monitoring industry has undergone such a surge in acquisition activity, according to Allan McHale, Director of Memoori Business Intelligence. Tyco International purchased Broadview Security, followed by GTCR's purchase of Protection One. Monitronics was acquired
    Editor / Provider: Tevin Wang | Updated: 2012 / 8 / 16
  • Construction Boom Boosts Residential Security
    Residential real-estate developments across Asia Pacific have spurred an uptake in electronic security systems. More deployments of access control, intrusion alarm and video surveillance systems are visible.
    Editor / Provider: By the Editorial Team | Updated: 2010 / 5 / 18
  • Survival of the Fittest
    After the subprime mortgage, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac crises in the United States, fears of credit crunch and hard landing seem to have swept the world over. ASMAG.com looks into how these financial issues might have affected or will affect the security business.
    Editor / Provider: Hayden Hsu | Updated: 2008 / 9 / 23
  • Taking Stock of Surveillance in China
    The Chinese surveillance market enjoyed an unusually robust year in 2007. Booming demand led to a spike in domestic competition, as the market grew to unprecedented volumes. Our sister publication A&S China offers an on-the-ground look at Chinese security and what major trends are sweeping the marke
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2008 / 6 / 20
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