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Mountain View, CA, United States, 2010/03/10 - 2010 is being anticipated as the year of recovery for most industries, including the physical security industry.
When: Wednesday, March 17, 2010 at 11 am ET
Location: Online, with free registration
Speaker: George C. Paul, Industry Analyst, Security & Auto ID, Frost & Sullivan
Traditional security companies are being cautious about the direction in which to expand their businesses. They have understood the need for including IP based products in their portfolio, but they are still contemplating on expanding their product line to support an integrated security system.
Highlights of the briefing include analysis of market drivers and restraints in the physical security industry along with the challenges in integrating physical security sub systems with building automation systems.
This briefing will benefit physical security consultants, component manufacturers, system integrators, and distributors by discussing the emerging trends and providing forward projections for the North American physical security industry.
"As the traditional physical security vendors address the need for IP based products, there seems to be an emerging requirement to drive development of next generation integrated building management and control solutions. This has put the product manufacturers in a predicament, deciding whether to expand their product features or to expand their product line to incorporate additional security sub systems," observes Industry Analyst George C. Paul.
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