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[December 18, 2012]
Security Applications and Wireless M2M
NEW YORK, Dec. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Security Applications and Wireless M2M
Executive summary The private security sector is a global industry comprising services and solutions such as manned guarding, alarm system integration and monitoring, cash handling as well as various services like consulting and private investigations. The global market value of the security industry was an estimated EUR 100-120 billion in 2011. The more mature European and North American markets still have a combined market share of close to 70 percent. In 2011, the European market grew over 2 percent to EUR 46.7 billion. The long-term annual growth rate is estimated to between 7 and 10 percent globally, and between 5 and 6 percent in Europe and the US. Historically, annual growth has exceeded GDP by a few percentage points each year. The key application areas for wireless M2M communication in the European security industry include alarm systems and vehicle tracking systems for passenger cars as well as commercial vehicles. Alarm systems are security systems for small businesses and private homes.
These are divided into two main categories - local alarms and monitored alarms. The simplest type of local alarm only reacts to activation by ringing bells to alert the surroundings and scare off intruders. Monitored alarms are connected to an alarm receiving centre (ARC). Today, only 25 percent of the roughly 30 million alarm systems in Europe are monitored by an ARC. At the end of 2011, the penetration for monitored alarms was only about 3 percent of all businesses and households in Europe. There is still a significant untapped potential in the residential market segment. However, growth on this market is anticipated to vary considerably from country to country in the next few years. The advanced Nordic market is forecasted to grow the fastest, while other major markets in Southern Europe and the UK will show no or very little growth because of the economic downturn. Alarm systems are becoming more valuable for customers as the scope of offerings are being expanded to include detection of fire, gas leaks and flooding. Some vendors are also adding home automation features such as lighting, appliance and thermostat control. Monitored alarm systems are dependent on reliable communication networks, which can be fulfilled with the latest generation of GSM/GPRS or dual signalling technology.
Vehicle tracking and recovery is the second major application area for wireless M2M communication in the security industry. Passenger cars and commercial vehicles constitute the main target markets by virtue of numbers and individual value. There are also many niche markets such as trailers, construction equipment as well as leisure vehicles and boats. Devices combining GPS and GSM/GPRS technologies enable monitoring services for any mobile object. Similar hardware designs also constitute the on-board platform for fleet management solutions. What distinguishes vehicle tracking and recovery services from general fleet management is the monitoring and response service of the secure monitoring centre that is linked to GPS-aided security systems.
Today, only a handful car OEMs offer embedded telematics solutions in a few markets in Europe. However, Berg Insight anticipates that additional brands will launch OEM telematics solutions on the European market in response to the eCall intiative within the EU. The European Commission has a strong commitment to introducing eCall as a standard feature in all new cars and recently set 2015 as the new target date for realising this vision - through regulations if necessary. Vehicle tracking and recovery is likely to become a key component for many OEM telematics systems in the next few years, especially for premium cars. Features beyond basic E112 functionality are likely to be subscription services that have to be renewed some years after the purchase of a new vehicle. There are also many emerging niche applications for wireless M2M in the security industry. Lone worker protection services primarily focus on ensuring the security of employees. Many services rely on dedicated location devices featuring alarm buttons and man down detection sensors.
These devices are typically programmed to send alarms to supervisors or alarm receiving centres in case of emergency. This area is mainly driven by stringent employee health and safety regulations in the UK, but other countries such as France and Germany have similar laws. Electronic monitoring (EM) of offenders is gradually being adopted across Europe. EM is used to provide alternative ways of sentencing offenders and reduce the escalating costs for the corrective systems. The aim of EM programmes is to increase offender accountability, reduce recidivism rates and enhance public safety by providing an additional tool to traditional methods of community supervision.
Table of Contents Executive summary1 1 Overview of the European security industry31.1 Market overview41.1.1 Security services 51.1.2 Security systems 51.1.3 Small alarm systems 61.1.4 Cash handling .61.2 Key industry players ..81.2.1 G4S91.2.2 Prosegur..101.2.3 Securitas..101.2.4 Tyco International111.2.5 United Technologies Corporation ..121.2.6 Brink's121.2.7 Stanley Black & Decker131.2.8 ISS Group13 2 Small business and home alarm systems.15 2.1 Alarm systems and signal transmission16 2.1.1 Small alarm system technology overview..17 2.1.2 Alarm communication and mobile networks 19 2.2 The European small alarm systems market 20 2.2.1 Monitored alarm systems20 2.2.2 Alarm monitoring services..26 2.3 Company profiles .28 2.3.1 EPS.29 2.3.2 G4S.30 2.3.3 Prosegur..30 2.3.4 Sector Alarm..31 2.3.5 Securitas Alert Services31 2.3.6 Securitas Direct 32 2.3.7 Stanley Security Solutions .34 2.3.8 Tyco35 2.3.9 UTC Fire & Security36 3 Commercial vehicle and asset tracking..373.1 The European commercial vehicle market..373.2 Fleet management solutions ..403.2.1 Vehicle management.413.2.2 Security tracking..413.2.3 Driver management423.2.4 Transport management423.2.5 Mobile workforce management and lone worker security.433.3 Container tracking solutions443.3.1 Intermodal shipping containers ..443.3.2 Trailers, semi-trailers and swap bodies443.3.3 Overview of the container shipping industry.453.3.4 Container tracking solutions .473.4 Key fleet management and asset tracking providers.513.4.1 Digicore: A global vehicle tracking solution provider ..533.4.2 Honeywell Global Tracking: Formed after acquisition of EMS Technologies .543.4.3 Masternaut: Europe's leading fleet management provider553.4.4 Novacom Europe: Leader in trailer telematics on the European market563.4.5 PearTrack: Leading tracking provider in the marine container segment573.4.6 Qualcomm Enterprise Services: Global provider of integrated M2M solutions..583.4.7 Trafficmaster: Fleet management and pan-European SVT services 593.4.8 Transics: Pan-European heavy truck telematics provider enters trailer market .603.4.9 Trimble: Strengthens European presence with acquisition of Punch Telematix 613.4.10 Volvo Group: Dynafleet available with security service from Securitas ..623.5 Satellite communication network operators643.5.1 Globalstar: Increases focus on consumer tracking and communication ..643.5.2 Iridium: Experiences fast growth in M2M data services..653.5.3 Orbcomm: Dedicated M2M satellite data communications provider ..66 4 Car tracking and consumer asset tracking69 4.1 The European passenger car market.69 4.2 Passenger car telematics .72 4.2.1 Stolen vehicle recovery 73 4.2.2 eCall and driver assistance 74 4.2.3 Motor insurance telematics 75 4.3 Insurance industry standards for vehicle tracking ..77 4.3.1 Belgium 77 4.3.2 The Netherlands..78 4.3.3 Norway .79 4.3.4 United Kingdom ..80 4.4 Aftermarket vehicle tracking solutions ..82 4.4.1 Octo Telematics: European leader in motor insurance telematics83 4.4.2 Cobra Automotive Technologies: Pan-European SVR provider .84 4.4.3 LoJack distributors: TRACKER, Traqueur and Detector.85 4.5 OEM car telematics solutions.87 4.5.1 BMW ConnectedDrive..88 4.5.2 PSA Peugeot Connect and Citroën eTouch .89 4.5.3 Volvo On Call.90 4.6 The European motorcycle and moped market .91 4.6.1 Motorcycle theft in Europe .91 4.6.2 Motorcycle tracking solutions ..93 4.7 The European leisure vehicle and boat market 94 4.7.1 Market overview ..95 4.7.2 Leisure vehicle and boat theft in Europe.97 4.7.3 Tracking solutions for leisure vehicles and boats..97 5 People monitoring and safety solutions .995.1 Lone worker protection solutions ..1005.1.1 Lone worker legislation and standards.1005.1.2 Lone worker protection services ..1035.2 Electronic monitoring of offenders 1065.2.1 Electronic offender monitoring programmes in Europe ..1065.2.2 Offender monitoring service providers and devices ..1075.3 Company profiles ..1105.3.1 3M Attenti: Leading vendor of electronic monitoring equipment in Europe..1105.3.2 Connexion2: Identicom device shipments has surpassed 100,000 units ..1105.3.3 Peoplesafe: Focus on managed lone worker services for the private sector1115.3.4 Serco Group: Leading provider of custodial accommodation in the UK.1125.3.5 Skyguard: Provider of end-to-end lone worker safety solutions..1135.3.6 TrackaPhone: Device agnostic platform for WFM and lone worker services 1145.3.7 Twig Com: TWIG devices now feature indoor location technology1155.3.8 Vismo: Specialises in security apps for international travellers 116 6 Market forecasts and trends ..117 6.1 Market trends and drivers..118 6.1.1 The economic crisis impedes the monitored alarm system market ..118 6.1.2 Higher awareness of economic benefits drive adoption of fleet management 119 6.1.3 The EC sets 2015 as the new target for introduction of eCall120 6.1.4 Lack of awareness and cost remain barriers for consumer asset tracking 120 6.1.5 Stricter legislations fuel the lone worker protection market121 6.1.6 Electronic offender monitoring aims to reduce costs of corrective systems.122 6.2 Market forecasts .123 6.2.1 Alarm systems123 6.2.2 Fleet management and commercial vehicle & asset tracking ..124 6.2.3 Car telematics.125 6.2.4 Consumer asset tracking applications..126 6.2.5 Lone worker protection services ..127 6.2.6 Offender monitoring solutions128 Glossary .131 List of Figures Figure 1.1: Security market growth (EU27+2 2001-2011)3 Figure 1.2: Market value by segment (EU27+2 2011) 5 Figure 1.3: Market value by country (EU23+2 2011) ..7 Figure 1.4: Leading European security industry players by segment (Europe 2012).8 Figure 1.5: Leading integrated security groups by revenues (Europe 2011)..9 Figure 2.1: Alarm system brands, by manufacturer (2012) 16 Figure 2.2: Small alarm system components 17 Figure 2.3: Small alarm system revenues (EU27+2 2011) 20 Figure 2.4: Monitored small alarm systems by country (EU27+2 2011) 21 Figure 2.5: GDP per capita and total alarm system penetration (Europe 2011) .22 Figure 2.6: Homeownership and residential alarm system penetration (Europe 2011)..23 Figure 2.7: Households, dwelling types and homeownership by country (EU23+2 2010)..24 Figure 2.8: Existing homes and housing starts (EU27+2 2010-2011) 25 Figure 2.9: Alarm receiving centres by country (EU27+2 2008 and 2011)26 Figure 2.10: Monitored residential alarm service pricing examples (Europe 2012)..27 Figure 2.11: Estimated data for top ten monitored alarm providers (EU27+2 Q2-2012) ..28 Figure 3.1: Commercial vehicle registration data (EU23+2 2011).38 Figure 3.2: Fleet management infrastructure overview 40 Figure 3.3: Container transport chain 45 Figure 3.4: Top 10 container shipping companies (World 2011) 46 Figure 3.5: Top 10 container leasing and management companies (World 2011)47 Figure 3.6: Maritime container tracking vendors (2012)..49 Figure 3.7: Inland container tracking vendors (2012)50 Figure 3.8: Top 10 fleet management providers (EU27+2 Q4-2011) ..51 Figure 3.9: Top 10 intermodal container tracking providers (World Q4-2011) 52 Figure 4.1: Passenger car registration data (EU23+2 2011) 70 Figure 4.2: Passenger car manufacturer market shares (EU27+2 2011) ..71 Figure 4.3: SVR application lifecycle .73 Figure 4.4: eCall application lifecycle 75 Figure 4.5: Motor insurance telematics application lifecycle.76 Figure 4.6: Top five aftermarket vehicle tracking solution vendors (Europe 2011)82 Figure 4.7: Moped and motorcycle market data (EU23+2 2011) ..92 Figure 4.8: Motorcycle tracking pricing examples (Europe 2012) .93 Figure 4.9: Motor caravan and caravan registration data (EU25+2 2011) 94 Figure 4.10: Leisure boat market data (EU27+2 2012)96 Figure 4.11: Boat tracking solution pricing examples (Europe 2012) ..98 Figure 5.1: Lone worker categories .101 Figure 5.2: Examples of dedicated lone worker protection devices (2012) 103 Figure 5.3: UK alarm receiving centres capable of monitoring lone worker alarms (2012) 104 Figure 5.4: Lone worker protection service providers (UK 2012).105 Figure 5.5: Electronic monitoring programmes in Europe (EU27+2 2012)107 Figure 5.6: Examples of offender monitoring solution providers (2012) ..108 Figure 6.1: SIMs used for security M2M applications by segment (EU27+2 2010-2016) .117 Figure 6.2: M2M module shipments and active subscribers (EU27+2 2010-2016)..122 Figure 6.3: Alarm system shipments and GSM/GPRS penetration (EU27+2 2010-2016).123 Figure 6.4: Fleet management shipments and active systems (EU27+2 2010-2016) .125 Figure 6.5: Car telematics shipments and active subscribers (EU27+2 2010-2016)126 Figure 6.6: Tracking device shipments for consumer applications (EU27+2 2010-2016).127 Figure 6.7: Lone worker protection devices and services (EU27+2 2011-2016)128 Figure 6.8: Offender monitoring systems and revenues (EU27+2 2011-2016) ..128 To order this report:: Security Applications and Wireless M2M Nicolas Bombourg Reportlinker Email: email@example.com US: 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