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物理的セキュリティビジネス - アクセス制御、IA/PP、ビデオ監視:2019年~2024年

The Physical Security Business 2019 to 2024: Access Control, Intruder Alarm/Perimeter Protection & Video Surveillance

発行 Memoori Business Intelligence Ltd. 商品コード 295965
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物理的セキュリティビジネス - アクセス制御、IA/PP、ビデオ監視:2019年~2024年 The Physical Security Business 2019 to 2024: Access Control, Intruder Alarm/Perimeter Protection & Video Surveillance
出版日: 2019年11月25日 ページ情報: 英文 350 Pages; 29 Charts & Tables
概要

世界の物理的セキュリティ製品の総生産高は、2019年の343億米ドルから、2024年までに567億6000万米ドルまで増加すると予測されています。

当レポートでは、物理的セキュリティビジネスについて調査分析し、市場概要、セグメント別の市場分析、ビジネスモデル、M&A、投資とその影響などについて、体系的な情報を提供しています。

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 物理的セキュリティビジネスの構造・形態・規模

  • ビジネスの構造
  • 市場シェアの動向:グループ別
  • 物理的セキュリティビジネスの規模・予測
  • 世界のセキュリティ製品の分布:主要地域別
  • 比較・規模

第3章 ビデオ監視市場

  • ビデオ監視市場規模・予測
  • ビデオカメラ市場
  • ビデオ管理ソフトウェアシステム市場
  • 主要カメラサプライヤーの実績
  • 主要VMSサプライヤーの実績
  • 流通経路・動向
  • 中国に偏るビデオカメラ市場
  • ビデオ監視の需要促進技術
  • VSaaS市場
  • ビデオ技術
  • 装着式カメラ
  • ビデオ監視ストレージレコーダー
  • ビデオ管理ソフトウェア (VMS)
  • AIビデオアナリティクス
  • スペシャリスト向けカメラ・新規アプリケーション

第4章 アクセス制御市場

  • 市場規模・予測
  • 主要アクセス制御サプライヤーの実績
  • アクセス制御システムの流通経路
  • アクセス制御の主要技術・商用需要促進要因
  • アクセス制御ビジネス以外の技術の影響
  • ACaaS

第5章 侵入警報/周辺保護 (IA/PP) 市場

  • 市場規模・予測
  • 需要促進要因・技術動向
  • 主要サプライヤーの実績

第6章 ワイヤレス技術

  • ビデオ監視市場のワイヤレス
  • アクセス制御市場のワイヤレス
  • 侵入警報市場のワイヤレス
  • ワイヤレスはIoTが促進

第7章 規格・サイバーセキュリティ・プライバシー

  • 物理的セキュリティ製品向けONVIF
  • サイバーセキュリティ
  • GDPR - プライバシー・倫理

第8章 物理的セキュリティビジネスのソフトウェア市場

  • PSIM
  • PIAM
  • 仮想アシスタントは物理的セキュリティへ移行
  • ブロックチェーンが物理的セキュリティを強化

第9章 「オープンシステム」による成長 - 統合 - ITコンバージェンス - BASサービス・IoT

  • 「オープンシステム」による成長
  • BASサービス・ITコンバージェンスの統合による成長
  • 不動産プラットフォームが建物を管理する
  • 統合による成長、BASサービス内のITコンバージェンス
  • IoT・BIoTによる成長

第10章 現在の成長を提供するビジネス機会

  • 新しい産業分野・市場セグメント
  • シェアードサービス、スマート/セーフシティ
  • 民間部門におけるシェアードインテリジェンス
  • トータルソリューション vs. 製品製造
  • 製品の特殊化・ブランド・スケールに焦点を当てたビジネスモデル
  • IPカメラ市場における実行可能なビジネスの維持
  • 大手IT・セキュリティ企業がクラウドにVSaaS/ACaaSを提供
  • ビデオの需要構造は不均衡で不健全

第11章 M&Aの実績:部門別 - 評価と見通し

  • M&Aの実績
  • M&Aの予測
  • M&Aの分析:ビジネスセグメント別
  • M&Aの評価
  • M&A活動:国別
  • 戦略的買収

第12章 潜在的な買収先・高成長部門

  • 潜在的な買収先
  • 高成長部門の見通し

第13章 物理的セキュリティ産業に対する投資とその影響

  • 物理的セキュリティビジネスに対するVCの影響

第14章 戦略的提携 - 新興企業におけるパートナーシップ・投資

  • 戦略的提携
  • 新興企業におけるパートナーシップ・投資

付録

目次

This Report is the New 2019 Definitive Resource for Access Control, Intruder Alarm / Perimeter Protection & Video Surveillance Market Research.

The total value of world production of Physical Security products at factory gate prices in 2019 was $34.3Bn, an increase of 8.5% on 2018 whist the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) over the last 5 years has been 7.24%.

Over the last 10 years the market has grown by a CAGR of 6.27%, however different rates of growth apply in each of the 3 businesses (Access Control, Video Surviellance, Intruder Alarm / Perimeter Protection) and geographic territories. We forecast the market will reach $56.76Bn in 2024.

This report is a detailed analysis that brings together all the factors that influence this industry's future. To do this we assess the structure and size of the combined physical security industry then break down by size of product, sales by major sector and geographic region and forecast sales to 2024.

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THIS REPORT?

  • China has increased its market share this year but still has a market penetration of 50% less than North America, based on sales per capita. The Chinese market has grown rapidly through a boom in new construction and Safe City projects in the public sector. However very little of this vast expanding market has been of benefit to overseas manufacturers. We show in this report that the problem for overseas manufacturers getting a piece of the China market is not about technology or performance, at its core it is a geopolitical challenge.
  • In 2019, AI Technology applied to Video Surveillance has convinced the market that by 2020 it will become mainstream. Significant improvements in AI Video Analytics software is making this possible and over the next 10 years it will become a standard requirement across Video Surveillance solutions. There is a critical need to make full use of the massive amounts of data being generated by video surveillance cameras and AI-based solutions are the only practical answer. Modern chip architecture with AI software can comb through vast volumes of data and boost security and safety. Granted, there is a lot of development in this field that we are yet to see, but the path towards AI seems quite clear.
  • The supply structure and the competitive landscape will continue to change over the next few years and the main driver for this is the Internet of Things (IoT) . Physical Security systems generate vast amounts of information that when analyzed together with data from other Building Automation Systems can deliver intelligence that will improve the security, safety and performance of buildings and the business enterprise within.

Demand structure in the video surveillance business is unbalanced because of the Chinese market. The main reason is that the communist government has some control over even private video surveillance manufacturing companies. If these companies want public sector business (which today accounts for more than 50% of the Chinese's video surveillance market) and support with long term cheap loans, then they must comply with the states requirements.

For this the government ensures that foreign equipment will not be used on public sector projects. Not surprisingly this arrangement has distorted any possibility of “open trade” and further has allowed the 2 major Chinese manufactures to build up a market share of 40% of the worlds video camera business; in part by operating a “race to the bottom” by lowering prices that no other manufacturers could sustain because they don't have the same volume of production.

However on the horizon are other Chinese companies that want a part of the massive investment in the public sector Safe City projects. Huawei, one of the world's largest communication companies, have announced a major push into video cameras and an AI video analytics startup Megvii intends to offer complete video surveillance solutions. They will eventually get established in the public sector market and take share from the 2 present incumbents, and this could at least reduce the pressure on non-Chinese manufacturers operating in the more open world market.

WITHIN ITS 350 PAGES AND 29 CHARTS AND TABLES, THE REPORT PRESENTS ALL THE KEY FACTS AND DRAWS CONCLUSIONS, SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND WHAT IS SHAPING THE FUTURE OF THE PHYSICAL SECURITY INDUSTRY;

  • Access control was expected to deliver a slightly higher growth than the 8.2% we have estimated, as it further expanded the IP network business, advancing deeper into biometric, identity management, wireless locking systems and ACaaS. This would have been the 3rd consecutive year that it turned in the highest rate of growth of the 3 businesses, but price pressures are starting to bite, partially through consolidation and weaknesses in the supply chain. This has reduced growth when measured by value.
  • M&A data collected by Memoori over the last 18 years shows that the Physical Security industry, has gone through 4 cycles of increase and decline in the value of activity, sometimes exaggerated by a number of billion dollar deals in one year. In 2019 the value of mergers and acquisitions fell to $2.913Bn a reduction of approximately 12% on the 2018 adjusted value.
  • Since January 2018, about 75 new entrants have gained VC Investment of approx. $900 million for Physical Security solutions in commercial and industrial buildings. This excludes 2 of the major investments made in Megvii and OpenAI claiming $1.75 billion.

Starting at only USD $1,995 for a Single User License, this report provides valuable information into how Physical Security companies can develop their business strategy through Merger, Acquisition and Alliance.

WHO SHOULD BUY THIS REPORT?

The information contained in this report will be of value to all those engaged in managing, operating and investing in physical security companies (and their advisors) around the world. In particular those wishing to acquire, merge or sell companies will find its contents particularly useful.

COMPANIES MENTIONED INCLUDE AMONG OTHERS:

  • ACRE
  • ACTi Corporation
  • ADT
  • Agent Vi
  • Aimetis
  • Alcatraz AI
  • Allegion
  • Amazon
  • AnyVision
  • Arcus Global
  • Arecont Vision
  • Assa Abloy
  • Avigilon
  • Axis Communications
  • Axsys Technologies
  • AxxonSoft
  • Basler
  • Blighter Surveillance
  • Bosch
  • BriefCam
  • Brivo
  • Calipsa
  • Canon
  • CDVI
  • CheckPoint Systems
  • CIAS
  • Cisco
  • Civic Technologies
  • CNB Technology
  • CNL Software
  • CSST
  • Dahua
  • Dallmeier
  • Deep Sentinel
  • Digital Barriers
  • Dormakaba
  • DVTel
  • Eagle Eye Networks
  • Elkron
  • Envysion
  • Firetide
  • Flir
  • FluidMesh
  • G4S
  • Gallagher
  • Genetec
  • Geutebruck
  • Google
  • Gunnebo
  • Halma
  • Hanwha Techwin
  • HID Global
  • Hikvision
  • Hitachi
  • Hitron
  • Honeywell
  • Huawei
  • Identiv
  • IDIS
  • iLoq
  • Indigovision
  • Invinova
  • Isonas
  • Jablotron
  • Johnson Controls
  • JVC
  • Keri Systems
  • Legic Identsystems
  • LG
  • Magal Security Group
  • Mango DSP
  • March Networks
  • Megvii
  • Mercury Security
  • Microsoft
  • Milestone Systems
  • Mirasys
  • Mitsubishi
  • Napco Security
  • Nedap
  • Nuuo
  • Object Video
  • Openpath
  • Optex
  • Panasonic
  • Paxton
  • Pivot3
  • Primion Technology AG
  • Pyronix
  • Qognify incl Nice Systems Security
  • Risco Group
  • Salto
  • Schneider Electric
  • SeeTec Communications GmbH
  • Senstar Stellar
  • SimonVoss
  • Smartvue
  • Sony
  • Stanley Black & Decker
  • Suprema
  • Sureview
  • Synectics
  • Tamron
  • TDSi
  • Teleste
  • TKH
  • Ubiquiti
  • Uniview
  • UTC
  • Vanderbilt
  • Verint
  • Verkada
  • Vidsys
  • Vicon
  • VideoIQ
  • Vivotek
  • Waltz
  • Wavesight
  • Wavestore
  • WeWork
  • Zicom

Table of Contents

Preface

The Executive Summary

1. Introduction

2. Structure, Shape & Size of the Physical Security Business

  • 2.1. Structure of the Business
  • 2.2. Trends in Market Share by Group 2012-2019
  • 2.3. Sizing the Physical Security Business 2019 & Forecast to 2024
  • 2.4. World Distribution of Security Products by Major Regions
    • 2.4.1. The Status in 2019
    • 2.4.2. Market Size & Trends by Vertical Sectors
    • 2.4.3. Market Size by Region & Penetration
    • 2.4.4. The Best Prospect For Regional Growth
  • 2.5. Comparing & Sizing, Access-Intruder-Video 2019

3. The Video Surveillance Market 2019-2024

  • 3.1. The World Market Video Surveillance 2019 & Forecast to 2024
  • 3.2. The World Market for Video Cameras 2019-2024
  • 3.3. The World Market for Video Management Software 2019-2024
  • 3.4. Identifying & Measuring the Performance of Leading Camera Suppliers
  • 3.5. Identifying & Measuring the Performance of Leading VMS Suppliers
  • 3.6. Channels of Distribution & Trends
  • 3.7. The Video Camera Market is Skewed by China
    • 3.7.1. Building a Viable Strategy on Scale / Economics
    • 3.7.2. Building a Strategy on Innovative Technology / Performance
  • 3.8. Technology that Drives Demand for Video Surveillance
    • 3.8.1. Storage at the Edge or Cloud services
    • 3.8.2. Compression
    • 3.8.3. Video Analytics Software-Deep Learning
    • 3.8.4. Cognitive Systems & it's Demand for Surveillance Storage
    • 3.8.5. Integration within Physical Security & other BIoT Sensors & Services
  • 3.9. The Market for Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) 2019
    • 3.9.1. 2019 The Year VSaaS Delivered
    • 3.9.2. Drivers & Road Blocks to VSaaS
    • 3.9.3. Suppliers & Operators of MVaaS & VSaaS
    • 3.9.4. Acquisitions in MVaaS-VSaaS-ACaaS
  • 3.10. Video Technology-IP Cameras, HD Analog CCTV, Thermal Cameras
    • 3.10.1. IP Network Cameras
    • 3.10.2. The Future-IP Network, HDCCTV, Analogue
    • 3.10.3. Video Compression Technologies H264 Vs H265
    • 3.10.4. Thermal Cameras
  • 3.11. Body Worn Cameras
  • 3.12. Video Surveillance Storage Recorders
  • 3.13. Video Management Software (VMS)
  • 3.14. AI Video Analytics
    • 3.14.1. AI Video Analytics Becomes Mainstream in 2020
    • 3.14.2. AI Chip Technologies Diversify & Open up New Applications
    • 3.14.3. The Development of AI Chip Technology-Machine Learning & Deep Learning
    • 3.14.4. The Advantages of Deep Learning and its Algorithms
    • 3.14.5. There is a Growing Demand for AI Video Analytics
    • 3.14.6. The World Market for AI Video Analytics
  • 3.15. Specialist Cameras & New Applications
    • 3.15.1. New Video Camera Designs & New Applications

4. The Access Control Market 2019 to 2024

  • 4.1. Market Size 2019 & Forecast to 2024
  • 4.2. Identifying & Measuring the Performance of Leading Access Control Suppliers
  • 4.3. Channels of Distribution for Access Control Systems
  • 4.4. Major Technology & Commercial Demand Drivers for Access Control
    • 4.4.1. IP Network Systems & the Move to “Open”
    • 4.4.2. Integration within Physical Security, Building Occupancy Management and other BAS Services
    • 4.4.3. Connecting PACS-IAM & Logical Security
    • 4.4.4. Personal Identity Verification Card (PIV Card)
    • 4.4.5. Mechanical Locks & Wireless Open New Opportunities
    • 4.4.6. Systems Integrators Prefer Access Control Business
    • 4.4.7. PACS-Strategic Acquisitions
  • 4.5. The Impact of Technologies from Outside the Access Control Business
    • 4.5.1. Demand for Biometric Readers
    • 4.5.2. Near Field Communications (NFC) for Access Control Mobile Apps
  • 4.6. Access Control as a Service (ACaaS)
    • 4.6.1. Growth Through ACaaS & Cloud Based Systems

5. Intruder Alarms / Perimeter Protection (IA/PP) Market 2019 to 2024

  • 5.1. Market Size 2019 & Forecast to 2024
  • 5.2. Demand Drivers & Technology Trends
    • 5.2.1. Demand Drivers
    • 5.2.2. Technology Trends
  • 5.3. Identifying & Measuring the Performance of Leading Suppliers

6. Wireless Technology

  • 6.1. Wireless in the Video Surveillance Market
  • 6.2. Wireless in the Access Control Market
  • 6.3. Wireless in the Intruder Alarm Market
  • 6.4. Wireless Will be Driven by IoT

7. Standards, Cyber Security & Privacy

  • 7.1. ONVIF for Physical Security Products
    • 7.1.1. ONVIF for Video Surveillance
    • 7.1.2. ONVIF for Access Control
    • 7.1.3. PSIA
    • 7.1.4. OSSA
  • 7.2. Cyber Security
    • 7.2.1. The Most Serious Threat to Physical Security Stakeholders & Emerging BIoT
    • 7.2.2. Is Physical Security Industry the Weakest Link in the BIoT Chain?
    • 7.2.3. EU Cyber Security Act
  • 7.3. GDPR-Privacy & Ethics

8. Software Markets in the Physical Security Business

  • 8.1. Physical Security & Information Management (PSIM)
  • 8.2. Physical Identity and Access Management (PIAM)
  • 8.3. Will Virtual Assistants Migrate to Physical Security
  • 8.4. Blockchain Refines Physical Security

9. Growth Through “Open Systems”- Integration-IT Convergence-BAS Services & IoT

  • 9.1. Growth Through “Open Systems”
  • 9.2. Growth Through Integration of BAS Services & IT Convergence
  • 9.3. Real Estate Platforms Manage Buildings
  • 9.4. Growth Through Integration, IT Convergence within BAS Services
  • 9.5. Growth Through IoT & the Building Internet of Things (BIoT)
    • 9.5.1. The Impact of BIoT on Physical Security

10. Business Opportunities that Offer Growth Today

  • 10.1. New Industry Verticals & Market Segments
  • 10.2. Shared Services, Smart / Safe Cities
  • 10.3. Shared Intelligence in the Private Sector
  • 10.4. Total Solutions versus Product Manufacture
  • 10.5. Business Models Focused on Product Specialization, Brand & Scale
    • 10.5.1. Product Specialization
    • 10.5.2. Brand
    • 10.5.3. Scale / Commoditization
  • 10.6. Maintaining a Viable Business in the IP Camera Market
  • 10.7. Big Tech & Security Companies Offer VSaaS / ACaaS in the Cloud
  • 10.8. The Video Demand Structure Is Unbalanced & Unhealthy

11. M&A Performance by Sector-Valuation and Outlook 2019 to 2024

  • 11.1. M&A Performance 2000-2019
  • 11.2. M&A Performance in 2019
  • 11.3. M&A Forecast 2019-2024
  • 11.4. M&A Analyzed by Business Segment 2019
  • 11.5. M&A Valuation-Exit Multiple Benchmarks
  • 11.6. M&A Activity by Country
  • 11.7. Strategic Buys Dominate M&A Activity but Private Equity Contributes

12. Identifying Potential Acquisition Targets & High Growth Sectors

  • 12.1. Potential Acquisition Targets
  • 12.2. Identifying Acquisition Prospects in High Growth Sectors
    • 12.2.1. The IP Video Surveillance Industry
    • 12.2.2. Security Management Software
    • 12.2.3. Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS)
    • 12.2.4. Access Control as a Service (ACaaS)

13. Investment & its Impact on the Physical Security Industry

  • 13.1. The Impact of Venture Capital on the Physical Security Business

14. Strategic Alliances-Partnerships & Investments in Startups

  • 14.1. Strategic Alliances
  • 14.2. Partnerships & Investments in Startups Gain Momentum

APPENDIX

  • A1-The World's Major Physical Security Companies 2019
  • A2-Acquisitions Announcements in 2018 to 2019
  • A3-Potential Acquisition Targets 2019 / 2020
  • A4-Directory of AI Video Analytic Suppliers

LIST OF CHARTS AND FIGURES

  • Fig 2.1-Distribution of Sales by Major Grouping by Value 2019
  • Fig 2.2-Distribution of Sales by Major Grouping by Number of Companies 2019
  • Fig 2.3-Average Revenue for Group A, B, C, & D Companies 2012-2019 ($bn)
  • Fig 2.4-World Sales of Security Products 2008-2024
  • Fig 2.5-World Distribution of Security Products by Major Regions 2019
  • Fig 2.6-Distribution of Security by Building Type, 2006 compared with 2019
  • Fig 2.7-Comparison of Physical Security Penetration by Major Region 2019
  • Fig 2.8-World Sales of Security Products by Type 2019 ($bn)
  • Fig 3.1-World Sales of Video Surveillance Products 2017 to 2024 ($bn)
  • Fig 3.2-World Sales of Video Surveillance Cameras 2017 to 2024 ($bn)
  • Fig 3.3-World VMS Market for Video Surveillance 2017 to 2024 ($m)
  • Fig 3.4-Performance of Established Players / New Ventures / Challengers / Leaders in the Video Surveillance Camera Market 2019
  • Fig 3.5-Performance of Established Players / New Ventures / Challengers / Leaders in the VMS Market 2019
  • Fig 3.6-Distribution Channels of Video Surveillance 2019
  • Fig 4.1-World Sales of Access Control Products 2017 to 2024 ($bn)
  • Fig 4.2-Performance of Established Players / New Ventures / Challengers / Leaders in the Access Control Market 2019
  • Fig 4.3-Model of Routes to Market for Access Control Systems 2019
  • Fig 5.1-World Sales of Intruder Alarm & Perimeter Protection Products 2017 to 2024 ($bn)
  • Fig 5.2-Performance of Established Players / New Ventures / Challengers / Leaders in the Intruder Alarm Market 2019
  • Fig 8.1-PSIM Software Landscape
  • Fig 11.1-Security Deals Completed from 2006 to 2019
  • Fig 11.2-Forecast of Deals 2017 to 2024
  • Fig 11.3-Merger & Acquisition by Business Segment 2019
  • Fig 11.4-Acquisition Valuation Benchmarks 2005 to 2019
  • Fig 14.1-Strategic Alliances 2008 to 2019
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