This year’s Security 50 Ranking continues to show that a few giants in video surveillance continue to dominate the global market. Depending on capitalization and high demand for security in their domestic market, Chinese companies have greatly surpassed their competitors.
This year’s Security 50 Ranking continues to show that a few giants in video surveillance continue to dominate the global market. Depending on capitalization and high demand for security in their domestic market, Chinese companies have greatly surpassed their competitors.

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Revenue Growth > 20%

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  • 27.64% Identiv
  • 26.94% IDIS
  • 25.58% Dahua Technology
  • 22.66% Assa Abloy
  • 21.00% Magal Security Systems

Gross Profit Growth > 20%

Security 50 is a reliable resource for international buyers to understand the latest developments and releases of the 50 most influential security leaders around the globe. With comprehensive analysis and exclusive insight from leading suppliers and market watchers, Security 50 feature articles are your guides to the top security trends and industry dynamics in the world.
  • 22.22% Suprema
  • 21.89% Costar Technologies
  • 20.25% Axis Communications

Highest Revenue Growth

Video surveillance camera provider Dahua Technology tops the highest net profit in the 2017 fiscal year with 338.1 million US dollar.
The net profit of other companies in this list are below 100 million US dollar.
Axis communications, whose offerings include integrated security systems, having 82.7 million USD net profit in 2017,
is the second place. Also ranked the top five are Fermax, Nedap, and Avigilon.
  • 13.43% Allegion
  • 11.28% Fermax

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FEATURE ARTICLES

The demand for security remains reasonably high in the global market. The new technologies, such as AI and machine learning, also create new opportunities for security companies. However, the high investment in R&D and the capability to analyze big data in the real world have caused a high barrier for many companies to succeed in AI competition. In the following, asmag.com interviewed the top 50 to review their recent achievements and challenges.
2019 surpassed expectations but demand structure in video surveillance is unbalanced
Security 50: What are the new opportunities in security?
North America: Growth to continue despite short-term downturn concerns
EMEA and Asia: Security growth path amid strong demand
Security 50: How security solutions add intelligence to improve efficiency
Will Chinese Companies Growth begin to slow the Next 5 years
Top 50 Continue to Grow in Double Digit

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Security 50 Ranking reviews the sales revenue of the 50 most influential international companies in physical security sector. This is an unbiased industry ranking to provide global professionals a sneak peak of the current security industry. Login now to read the 2019 Security 50 ranking.
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asmag.com provides a “member-exclusive” comprehensive industry report on the 50 most influential security companies. We examined how these companies are able to stay competitive in the market and what new opportunities they foresee in the future.

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For 17 consecutive years, a&s Security 50 has been ranking the top fifty companies in the entire security industry, which have the highest product sales revenue in the world. The ranking aims to demonstrate the dynamics of the security industry throughout diverse market variables. And these industry leaders beat the market and world economy by addressing core solution needs.

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a&s team ranks global manufacturers solely by product sales revenue, gross profit, profit margin, and net profit, which were listed in their public financial reports for the 2018 fiscal year. Participants range from exclusive manufacturers to end-to-end solution providers.

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a&sbears no responsibility for the financial information provided by any individual company. For fair comparisons, non-US currencies were converted using midmarket exchange rates from yearly average currency exchange rates announced by Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the US tax collection agency and administers the Internal Revenue Code enacted by Congress. This is an unbiased list based on the willingness of participants to share their sales performance.
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