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In our July Building Services news update, we cover the predicted growth of facial recognition market, #Together4FireSafety campaign, what Brexit means for Lighting Designers and Smart home products that are most worth your time. Fire & Security Mobile phones as part of Access Control future 94% of European large businesses are issuing their workers with some sort of connected mobile device, yet mobile phones are actually under-utilised when it comes to building security and access management. Evolving technologies now enable us to manage access rights via mobile phone apps, open a door with a virtual key credential, and much more. It's all because a mobile phone is so well adapted to controlling access at the workplace. It is convenient, secure and flexible. Recent analyst report suggested as many as 20% of organisations would use smartphones for access, in place of plastic smart-cards, by 2020. The move to mobile access control seems inevitable. Read more here (Security World Market, 09/07/2019) Boosting your home security More and more, home security has become a concern amid burglaries and other criminal activities, rendering security devices and systems more critical than ever. “Criminals tend to search for properties they believe are easy targets", however, you don’t have to be an easy target as there are some precautions you can take to help prevent your property from being burglarized. Security cameras are a good place to start and act as a great deterrent when placed in strategic visible locations. Other home security systems recommended by industry specialists are glass break sensors, motion floodlight and digital communicators. Read more here (asmag.com, 11/07/2019) #Together4FireSafety campaign backed by 21 countries In total 37 newly elected MEPs pledged to support the campaign’s goal of improving fire safety in buildings across the bloc during their five-year parliamentary term. The #Together4FireSafety campaign was launched in the European Parliament in February by Fire Safe Europe, whose members include researchers, firefighters, European associations and manufacturers of fire protection products. The campaign urged MEP candidates to work in concert with the construction industry, architects, fire safety engineers, firefighters and building owners. Some 98 MEP candidates signed the pledge and 38 other stakeholders supported the campaign. 11 die in fires and 190 people are hospitalised every day across Europe. Fire-related losses cost 1% of global GDP per year and fires pollute air, soil and water supplies. Read more here (IFSEC Global, 18/07/2019) Facial recognition market is booming According to the latest report by Marketsandmarkets, the facial recognition market is expected to grow from USD 3.2 billion in 2019 to USD 7.0 billion by 2024, at a CAGR of 16.6%. Growth in surveillance, increases in government deployment, and an increase in the use of applications in numerous industry sectors are the major forces driving this market. Among application areas, the law enforcement segment is predicted to hold the largest market size during the forecast period. North America is expected to hold the largest market size, as it is a technologically advanced region, with a high number of early adopters. Read more here (Security World Market, 11/07/2019) Lighting Scientists discovered a way of making OLEDs more efficient A team of scientists has discovered a means of producing organic LEDs (OLEDs) that demonstrate high luminosity at lower voltages. The findings, published today in the scientific journal Nature Communications, could lay the groundwork for efficient high-performance OLED devices in the future and may change future approaches to organic semiconductor technology. "If these OLEDs were used in a smartphone display, the brightness of the screen would draw less power from the battery. Not only would this extend the phone’s battery life, we expect that this lower operational power could also maximise the operational lifespan of the OLED, but we will conduct further experiments to confirm this." Read more here (LuxReview, 22/07/2019) Brexit - what does it mean for Lighting Designers? Lighting designers often work beyond the borders of their own countries and the possible outcome of either a Withdrawal Agreement or a “No-Deal Brexit” would have impacts on members of our community in a variety of ways including trade in goods and services, access to the labor market and freedom of establishment, and regulatory alignment. In a survey from 2016, Arc Magazine calculated that export of services of lighting designers from the UK to the EU amounts 200 million EUR and estimated that any restrictions in labor and freedom of movement for persons from the EU would directly affect roughly one-quarter of the employees they represent in the UK. Read more here (IALD, UK, 02/07/2019) LED lighting in space Performance In Lighting and an Italian aerospace engineering company, Argotec, have partnered to develop scientific research aimed at experimenting with a highly innovative LED lighting system in space. They provided a highly specialised team capable of studying technical, physical and thermal parameters able to meet quality standards in orbit. The direction undertaken by Performance In Lighting is supported by a series of related activities that combine the scientific aspect with the educational and social cultural diffusion that has always attested to the Group’s spirit, vividly oriented towards all types of virtuous collaboration in the social area. Read more here (Arc Magazine, 19/07/2019) IoT Smart home products that are most worth your time If you've already started connecting the various devices and fixtures around your home, you'll know that there are a lot of ways to approach the problem. You might just want one device to solve a particular issue, like a smart plug to add some automation to a lamp. You might also be invested in an Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant-powered smart speaker, or maybe you're one of the rarer breeds of Siri and Apple HomeKit adherents. Industry soecialists put together a list of the best product in each smart home sub-category, from the best smart thermostat to the best smart lighting kit, regardless of which voice platforms it works with. Read more here (CNet, 29/07/2019) An attempt to close an expanding IoT skills gap The Internet of Things Community (IoT Community) has partnered with CertNexus, a global provider of certifications for IT, business, and security professionals, in order to attempt to close global industry skills gap. Both companies have reached an agreement that provides the industry workshops and other training solutions to the Certified Internet of Things Practitioner (CIoTP), the only ANSI/ISO 17204-accredited IoT certification in the world. As per the agreement, the IoT Community will have members access to CertNexus’ certifications and micro-credential through virtual classes, access to digital books and virtual labs, and sit for CertNexus exams. Read more here (IoT News, 26/07/2019) Global Smart Factory Market's growth According to the latest report by Global Market Insights, Inc, Global Smart Factory Market is expected to grow from its current market value of more than $75 billion (€66 billion) to over $155 billion (€138 billion) by 2025. The market is driven by the growing demand for intelligent industrial solutions that organise output and save huge labor & operational costs. These factories are digitally advanced & connected facilities that enhance the manufacturing performance along with replacing human workers in a variety of operations. Read more here (IoT Now, 10/07/2019) Eligo Blog of the Month 6 reasons why it's time to change your commuting direction If you grew up in London, it probably feels like a lifetime that you’ve spent navigating cancellations, body odour, and giving up any sort of hope of a seat. If not, you probably moved to the big smoke bright-eyed, excited by the opportunity to grab a quick read of your book on that famous London establishment; the tube. Who’d have known that a couple of years down the line you’d be staring across the platform at the same people every day, readying yourself to be packed like tinned sardines, inevitably about to spill your lukewarm coffee, barely uttering signs of a sigh as delays are announced; it now feels like a lifetime for you too right? Commuting into the city sucks. Even more so in the Summer. *** Our monthly building services news update regularly features supplier news, product launches, events, our own articles, and much more. Check back each week to catch up on the industry news affecting the Fire, Security, Lighting sectors. Eligo Fire & Security are a leading Fire & Security recruitment agency specialising in jobs and recruitment across the sector. Companies we work with include major distributors, installers, manufacturers, integrators, consultants, and end users. Take a look at our company page to find out more. If you have a news article you would like featured in our industry news or would like to work with Eligo Fire & Security to product content please do not hesitate to get in touch.
In our June Building Services news update, we cover the predicted growth of physical security market, the future of mobile phone's access control, huge potential of human-centric lighting, UK's public sector is lagging behind in adopting IoT and more. Fire & Security Physical security market expected to hit $292.4 B by 2025 According to a new study by Grand View Research, Inc, the global physical security market size is expected to reach USD 292.40 billion by 2025 growing at a CAGR of 9.4%. The main reasons for boosting the demand for premises security are increased spending on security products, equipment, and services is one of the key factors driving the market. Moreover, rapid infrastructure development across major regions. The study also suggests that the services component segment is expected to continue its dominance registering the highest CAGR of 9.6% over the forecast period. Video surveillance is projected to be the largest hardware segment by 2025. Read more here (Security World Market, 20/06/2019) The next generation of tall buildings will require new ways of fire-fighting “A planet with 10 billion people living on it means we’re going to have to live in much denser environments”. Speaking at FIREX International 2019, the Chief Executive of Tall Building Fire Safety, Russ Timpson, said the fire safety community has to “get on board” with all the technological changes that are happening around the construction of tall buildings. “We are going to build tall buildings out of timber,” he insisted. “It’s going to happen. It’s a natural material, but the challenge is we have to do it safely. Read more here (IFSEC Global, 27/06/2019) The future of mobile phone's access control By 2016 94% of European large businesses were issuing their workers with some sort of connected mobile device (According to official EU data). We seem to use our smartphones for everything. Yet mobile phones are actually under-utilized when it comes to building security and access management. Evolving technologies now enable us to manage access rights via mobile phone apps, open a door with a virtual key credential, and much more. An estimated 44 million mobile credentials will be downloaded by 2021, according to a recent IHS Markit forecast. Another recent analyst report suggested as many as 20% of organisations would use smartphones for access, in place of plastic smart-cards, by 2020. The move to mobile access control seems inevitable. Read more here (Security News Desk, 27/06/2019) Lighting Trick office workers into believing that all the building’s lights are illuminated – when they’re not The European Union-funded project has successfully combined advanced research in computer vision and modern technology to develop a lighting control paradigm in which each person in the office perceives the entire office as ‘all lit’, while lights, which are not visible, are switched off. The software estimates the light propagation in offices in real-time and computes how much of it is perceived by the people. Then smart lighting control adjusts the lighting autonomously based on the presence of people and on their position within the office. The concept works particularly well in large open-plan offices, as farther-away luminaires may be dimmed without altering the comfort of employees and their sense of security. Read more here (Lux Review, 12/06/2019) Potential of Human-Centric Lighting The latest research by Memoori predicts the value of the global HCL market at $849 million in 2019, and expects it to grow at a CAGR of 32.75% over the next 5 years. Healthcare is likely to be a fast emerging vertical within the HCL market because is offers provable and tangible benefits. The impact of HCL on workers is a common theme across all market verticals, none more so than in office buildings. The office is all about productivity, and the report demonstrates the results from early workplace installations that offer an undeniable case for the productivity-boosting abilities of human-centric office lighting. HCL trial in the Dutch offices of property company CBRE that experienced productivity gains of 18% against a control group. Read more here (Memoori, 11/06/2019) Intra-luminaire interfaces - affordable path to delivering smart lighting While external or inter-luminaire networks and protocols are often top of mind for solid-state lighting (SSL) industry professionals contemplating connected lighting and the potential of SSL as an Internet of Things (IoT) backbone, it might be the intra-luminaire interfaces that enable an economical and logistically-simple approach to smart luminaire architectures. Indeed, standardization of internal communication buses and protocols could enable the industry to deliver smarter, LED-based lighting products or at least luminaires that could easily have such smarts added in the field. Read more here (LEDs Magazine, 04/06/2019) IoT The UK’s public sector is lagging behind in adopting IoT The survey commissioned by Yotta found that 39% of public sector organisations did run pilots but could not go beyond that with any live commercial deployments. On the other hand, more than a third, that is 35% of the surveyed public sector IT decision-makers indicated that their organisations are yet to start off with the technology. The survey also found that public sector IT decision-makers believe security concerns to be the biggest obstacles faced by councils in making effective use of IoT-driven technology. Almost four out of 10 of respondents, at 38%, voted security concerns as the main challenge, while more than a third, at 35% cited perceived cost of implementations as the reason for not deploying the technology. Read more here (Government Computing, 27/06/2019) Global IoT spending to hit $1 trillion by 2023 According to the latest IDC’s Worldwide Semiannual Internet of Things (IoT) Spending Guide, the global spending on the IoT will surpass the $1 trillion (£790bn) mark in 2022 and will reach $1.1 trillion (£869b) in 2023, at a CAGR of 12.6% on a year-over-year basis. “Spending on IoT deployments continues with good momentum and is expected to be $726b (£573b) worldwide this year. While organisations are investing in hardware, software, and services to support their IoT initiatives, their next challenge is finding solutions that help them to manage, process, and analyse the data being generated from all these connected things.” Read more here (IoT Tech News, 14/06/2019) Industry Events IFSEC 2019 came and went in a flash! The Eligo team were visiting once again at what proved to be yet another successful event, meeting lots of great industry talent, networking, and experiencing the market’s current strengths. We are delighted to get such positive feedback from manufacturers who are seeing a number of projects become live and more opportunities for them to get their product specified. The distributors and installers have echoed this positive message, confirming that their order books are healthy and their diaries are busy. Meet us at Security Twenty 19 North in Manchester! On the topic of local events, the Eligo tour bus is not ready for a rest just yet – next week we travel up North to the next ST19 event! Set in the central location of the Principal Hotel in Manchester on Tuesday, 2 July 2019, the Conference will bring together top security industry speakers and is supported by a large exhibition of cutting edge security products and services. The conference will be chaired by ST regular Mike White. At the Charity Fundraising Dinner the night before we will be raising funds for Make A Wish Foundation who create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Are you attending too? Let us know so we can meet up! Read more & register for free here (Professional Security Magazine) Lux Awards 2019 - entry deadline is approaching! The Lux Awards are designed to celebrate and reward both creativity and sustainability, recognising clients and end-users that have used lighting in exceptional ways to improve their lit environment, whilst reducing energy and achieving business objectives in the process. To reap the huge benefits of entering, getting shortlisted and – hopefully – taking home a Lux trophy, you’ll need to move fast as the entry deadline is Friday 5 July 2019. Click HERE to enter (Lux Review, 13/06/2019) Brokerage Event @ IoTSWC 2019 Organised by Fira de Barcelona in partnership with the IIC (Industrial Internet Consortium), IoTSWC is an international flagship event in the field of innovations in the industrial internet of things and the only one that combines a trade exhibition, a congress, testbeds and high-level professional networking. In its next edition, it expects to bring together 400 exhibiting companies and more than 400 speakers from all over the world, as well as surpassing the figure of 16,000 attendees in 2018. In 2019, providers of IoT, artificial intelligence and blockchain solutions, technological centres, universities and startups, as well as industrial companies will all have the chance to find international business, commercial and technological partners at the Brokerage Event to be held at IoTSWC (IoT Solutions World Congress) from 29th to 31st October. This networking activity plans to schedule 800 bilateral interviews over three days involving more than 350 companies from over 35 countries. Read more here. (IoT Now, 27/06/2019) Eligo Blog of the Month #CameraDay2019 - Cameras and Modern Society The Surveillance Camera industry is worth £2.5bn a year, and the UK is the most surveyed country in Europe with an estimated 4.25 million CCTV cameras. With such mass use of video surveillance, new technologies are now offering powerful crime-fighting capabilities but also generating privacy concerns among civil liberty groups. This means there is a pressing need for a nationwide conversation about how camera technology is evolving, especially around automatic face recognition, AI and how surveillance cameras are used in practice. Thursday the 20th of June was marked the world’s first National Surveillance Camera Day, designed to raise awareness about surveillance cameras and instigate the debate around their use in society. Read more here. *** Our monthly building services news update regularly features supplier news, product launches, events, our own articles, and much more. Check back each week to catch up on the industry news affecting the Fire, Security, Lighting sectors. Eligo Fire & Security are a leading Fire & Security recruitment agency specialising in jobs and recruitment across the sector. Companies we work with include major distributors, installers, manufacturers, integrators, consultants, and end users. Take a look at our company page to find out more. If you have a news article you would like featured in our industry news or would like to work with Eligo Fire & Security to product content please do not hesitate to get in touch.
The Surveillance Camera industry is worth £2.5bn a year, and the UK is the most surveyed country in Europe with an estimated 4.25 million CCTV cameras. With such mass use of video surveillance, new technologies are now offering powerful crime-fighting capabilities but also generating privacy concerns among civil liberty groups. This means there is a pressing need for a nationwide conversation about how camera technology is evolving, especially around automatic face recognition, AI and how surveillance cameras are used in practice. Thursday the 20th of June will mark the world’s first National Surveillance Camera Day, designed to raise awareness about surveillance cameras and instigate the debate around their use in society. Why a national Camera Surveillance Day? Camera Surveillance Day is being organised by the Surveillance Camera Commissioners office, in conjunction with the Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy (CRISP). The aim is to raise public awareness around how video surveillance cameras are used, regulations and data protection rights of UK citizens. Surveillance security cameras are designed to keep people safe, but the emergence of new technologies has led to further discussions about greater violations against our civil rights in modern society. Now is a great time to start a conversation about cameras and modern society and how, what and why surveillance cameras are used. What does this mean for the public and businesses? The UK Surveillance Camera Commissioner, Tony Porter, has encouraged control rooms across the UK to open their doors to the public on Camera Surveillance Day to show how they operate. At the IFSEC international conference in London this week, the Commissioner will also launch a ‘secure by default’ standard. Which sets criteria for making surveillance technologies inherently cyber-secure, without user configuration or additional systems needed. Manufacturers attending IFSEC this week whose products meet this standard will gain a crucial edge with customers who are increasingly concerned about the rise of cybersecurity threats. “Civil engagement is a key strand of the national surveillance camera strategy and I want people who use cameras to shine a light on what they do – how they’re using cameras to protect communities not spy on them.” – Surveillance Camera Commissioner, Tony Porter How can I get involved? If you are attending IFSEC international this week, be sure to check out the Keynote address on ‘secure by default’ by Commissioner Tony Porter and a panel debate covering the same topic. One for your diary: Thursday 20th June 10.15 – 10.45 am – Attack Aware: Secure by Default Keynote – Tony Porter 10.45 – 11.05 am – Secure by Default Panel Debate As well as surveillance camera control centres throwing open their doors to the public, the government is also requesting organisations to publish a surveillance camera factsheet. The factsheet will set out the basics facts of their system, including what it is designed to do and the number of cameras they operate. You can view and download the factsheet here Find out more about how to get involved here Join the Camera Surveillance Day debate on the 20th of June using #cameraday2019 and follow us at @Eligosecurity. Sources: www.ifsecglobal.com www.brsia.co.uk www.gov.uk
In our May Building Services news update, we cover the predicted growth of the voice biometric market, changes in security business strategy and missing fire barriers in new-built houses. In lighting news, harmful effects of blue light in LED lighting and more. Fire & Security Voice Biometrics market is booming According to the latest report by the Marketsandmarkets, the voice biometrics market is expected to grow from $984 million in 2019 to $2,845 million in 2024 with a CAGR of 23.7% during the forecast period. Increasing demand for robust fraud detection and prevention systems across the BFSI industry vertical and the need for reducing authentication and identification costs are the main factors driving the voice biometrics market. The researchers report that the access control and authentication application segment was found to hold the largest market size during the forecast period. Read more here. (Global Security Market) Changes in physical security business strategy The gap between the major suppliers and the many hundreds of smaller suppliers gets wider every year and this is rapidly increasing the minimum economic size to operate profitably in this industry. We have now reached the stage where the Video Surveillance business requires a strategy that either focuses on volume through the SMB (Small and Midsize Business) market or brand through the enterprise business. Industry specialists believe that no more than 5 companies by 2023 will thrive by operating in both at the same time. Read more here. (Memoori) Missing fire barriers in new-built houses found in a recent investigation The BBC Watchdog Live team discovered that a number of new-builds constructed by Persimmon Homes and Bellway Homes were sold with fire barriers either fitted wrongly or missing entirely. “In many new builds, particularly timber-framed buildings, fire barriers are a vital part of fire protection and we would urge house builders to ‘get it right’ at the construction stage and to have a workforce that is trained in, and understands, the importance of installing the fire barriers required to prevent potential problems down the line." Read more here. (IFSEC Global) Security solutions helping healthcare sector A growing elderly population combined with rising healthcare costs has sparked new research and technologies to help detect and even prevent falls in high-risk individuals. Video surveillance, pressure & motion sensors & wearable fall detectors are some of the technologies that can be implemented to help detect falls. With video analytics ranging from rather straightforward cross-line detection to more advanced acceleration and positioning algorithms, it’s possible to achieve the same level of fall detection reliability as with the previously described methods. Read more here. (Global Security Market) Lighting Smart Lighting Market expected to grow by 20% By 2024 Research for Markets' latest report predicts that Global Smart Lighting market is expected to reach a CAGR of +20% in the forecast period of 2019 to 2024. The report includes educational dossier which explain out the mix of anticipating patterns, continuous inventive thoughts, and verifiably utilized strategies so as to enable the clients to stay up-to-date. The geographical segmentation of the Smart Lighting business gives a concise thought regarding the areas encountering the present market development and advancement on an expansive scale. Read more here. (The Edge) Harmful effects of blue light in LED lighting A French health authority (ANSES) warned in a new report that the blue light in LED lighting increasingly used in our homes can damage the eye's retina while disturbing our biological and sleep rhythms. ANSES differentiates types of blue light in its report. For example, "warm white" domestic LED lighting has weak phototoxicity risks, similar to traditional lighting, according to ANSES. However, other LED lighting sources, including the newest flashlights, car headlights and some toys, produce a whiter and "colder" blue light that is more harmful. Read more here. (CNN) Circadian lighting boosting productivity in the office A study by the University College London shows that a ‘biophiliac’ office on the twelfth floor of London’s Shard skyscraper boosts productivity by up to 20%. An office is an experimental workplace which provides short-term rest and meditation functions for company employees. The space features colour- and intensity-tuning circadian lighting which aims to match the occupants’ sleep-wake cycles. Designed by DaeWha Kang Design it’s designed to boost worker wellness and productivity. Read more here. (Lux Review) LED Lighting Reduces Nutrition of Milk According to a new report by researchers from Newcastle University, LED lighting installed on supermarket shelves is killing the reducing key nutrients in milk and shortening its shelf life. The report shows that high-intensity lighting, such as that found in supermarket dairy cabinets, damages nutrition value of milk by degrading essential nutrients such as Vitamin A, Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) and Vitamin D. With around half of all milk remaining on display for at least 8 hours, a significant proportion of milk on retail shelves is at risk of light damage if it does not have any form of light-protected packaging. Read more here. (LED Inside) IoT Ways to boost IoT security The Internet of Things is a growing phenomenon. According to predictions, by 2024, we’re going to have more than 22 billion connected devices in the world. While this has brought convenience, it has also introduced new risks, particularly in the area of security. Industry specialists offer a three-prong approach that centers on device security, data integrity and ecosystem security. Maintaining IoT security is a collaborative effort requiring input by all stakeholders, including device manufacturers, network providers, platform providers, app developers and end-users, the post argues. Read more here. (A&S Mag) Industry Events UK Government announces first National Surveillance Day UK's Surveillance Camera Commissioner, Tony Porter, has announced that Thursday 20th of June will mark a world first – the first ever National Surveillance Camera Day. Surveillance Camera Day has been designed to raise awareness about surveillance cameras and generate a debate about how they are used in society. Of particular importance, is the pressing need for a nationwide conversation about how camera technology is evolving, especially around automatic face recognition and artificial intelligence and how surveillance cameras are actually used in practice. Join the debate on the 20th of June using #cameraday2019 Read more here & here. (Global Security Market; GOV.UK) IFSEC 2019 is coming back to London next month Europe’s biggest security show is back in town next month. At IFSEC International Fire & Security Consultants will be discussing current activity and providing our insight into the Security and Fire recruitment market. Over 27,000 global security professionals will visit IFSEC 2019 to experience the latest technology innovations and hear from industry leaders. It’s a great opportunity to grow your network, test and trial new security and fire products and develop your knowledge and learn a new skill by attending seminars & workshops. Register for FREE here If you’re attending and would like to catch up please get in touch and let us know a good time to meet up. Looking forward to it! *** Our monthly building services news update regularly features supplier news, product launches, events, our own articles, and much more. Check back each week to catch up on the industry news affecting the Fire, Security, Lighting sectors. Eligo Fire & Security are a leading Fire & Security recruitment agency specialising in jobs and recruitment across the sector. Companies we work with include major distributors, installers, manufacturers, integrators, consultants, and end users. Take a look at our company page to find out more. If you have a news article you would like featured in our industry news or would like to work with Eligo Fire & Security to product content please do not hesitate to get in touch.
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