Featuring supplier news, product launches, events, our own articles, and more, read our Fire & Security industry news round-up for the week ending 08/07/16
Fire & Security industry news round-up for the week ending 08 July 2016
Global Smart Homes Market is booming
According to latest researches, by 2021 global smart homes market is expected to cross $60 Billion, with North America being dominating region. Technology advancement, higher security demands and an increasing awareness of energy saving are the main reason of the constant market growth.
(PR Newswire, 04/07/16)
British Security Industry Association response to Brexit
“The BSIA will continue to work with all of the key organizations in the process, including the UK Government, UK and EU Parliaments, devolved UK Parliaments and other key EU organisations to ensure the interests of the security industry are best represented as the UK moves forward to a new chapter in its history.”
(Security World Hotel, 05/07/16)
Insight into security at Euro 2016
What could happen during Euro 2016? The question was asked often following the events in Paris at the end of last year. Security budget for Euro 2016 has doubled in size (up to 24 million euros). Industry specialists presents how well France is now prepared to run the biggest sporting event in Europe this year and potential threads.
(Security News Desk, 06/07/16)
Growing influence of multi-criteria detectors on fire market
IHS Fire Detection & Suppression Report shows that the global multi-criteria detectors market is predicted to grow by CAGR of 6.6% until 2020. In 2015 the market was worth $264.80 million. Increasing number of mix-use facilities, will desire to reduce the number of detection devices installed & declining price of multi-criteria devices are three main growth reasons.
(Security World Hotel, 06/07/16)
Vulnerability concerns over Internet of Things
Leaking data is cyber security professionals biggest fear and they raised their concern for security risks related to IoT and connected devices. “IoT presents one of those uncharted territories where people are opening themselves up to all sorts of maliciousness, purely because these devices are connected to the internet.”
(PSI Magazine, 08/07/16)