Access Control Systems Connect People, Processes, and Infrastructure

New ARC Advisory Group research on access control systems reveals that the increasing awareness on integrated physical security systems is a major driver for implementing advanced access control systems for buildings. Most companies and institutions have physical security systems such as access control and video surveillance installed in their buildings. Others also have incidence response systems, perimeter detection systems, and alarm monitoring systems. But often, these are a collection of isolated systems that do not easily share information with each other. By integrating these systems, users can leverage the security devices to offer end-to-end, real-time connectivity between people, processes, products, and infrastructure.

“ARC research indicates a strong trend toward the integration of once disparate physical security systems, which improves connectivity to provide cost and labor savings. By quantifying these savings, companies that place significance on security initiatives can justify reallocating funds from other areas toward integrated physical security systems,” says Eapen M. Jacob, Analyst at ARC Advisory Group and key author of ARC’s Access Control Systems Global Market Research 2016-2021 report.

Modern integrated physical security systems with open infrastructure offer a more robust security and access control system built on one architecture, in one code to be exchanged seamlessly between the previously disparate systems.

About the Access Control Systems Research

Access Control Systems Market TrendsThis new ARC research explores current and historical market performance and related technology and business trends, identifies leading technology suppliers, and provides five-year global forecasts for the access control systems market. This new research is based on ARC’s industry-leading market research database, extensive primary and secondary research, and proprietary economic modeling techniques. The research includes competitive analysis, plus five-year market forecasts by facility type, revenue category, and customers.

This new research is available in a variety of formats to meet the specific research and budgetary requirements of a wide variety of organizations. These include:

  • Market Intelligence Workbook (Excel) – personalized spreadsheet includes the current base year market data and five-year market forecast. This workbook enables licensed users to freely manipulate the data to make it easier to analyze the latest data for business intelligence and generate custom reports.

  • Concise Market Analysis Report (PDF) – provides an executive-level summary of the current market dynamics, market forecasts, and competitive analysis, plus an overview of strategic issues. The PDF is available with or without detailed charts.

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