World Security Equipment to 2016

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Date:2-Apr-2013
No. of pages: 701

This study analyzes the world security equipment industry. It presents historical demand data (2001, 2006, 2011) and forecasts for 2016 and 2021 by product (e.g., access controls and video surveillance, alarms, locks), market (commercial and industrial, government and institutional, residential), world region and major country. The study also considers market environment factors, details industry structure, evaluates company market share and profiles industry participants.

World demand to rise 7.0% annually through 2016

World demand for security equipment will advance 7.0 percent annually to $117 billion in 2016. The fastest gains will be in parts of Asia, Eastern Europe, Africa and the Middle East where security markets are underdeveloped. Gains will be fueled by economic growth, business formation, foreign investment activity, urbanization, and growing middle and upper class populations. Thus, these developing regions will increasingly have both the need for and means to invest in security products.

China, India among fastest growing national markets

Among individual countries, the fastest increases in security equipment demand will be in China, India, South Africa and Turkey, which will each see growth in excess of nine percent annually through 2016. These markets will benefit from fast growth in GDP, urban population and building construction activity. In addition, despite rapid growth over much of the past decade, the use of many types of security equipment in these countries remains low compared to mature markets.

Security equipment demand in North America is expected to rise 6.5 percent annually through 2016, trailing the global average, but a significant improvement over the 2006-2011 pace. The market will be supported by a rebound in economic conditions in the region as well as by continued growth in penetration for security equipment in Mexico, and to a lesser degree in the US and Canada. Gains in Western Europe and Japan will be more modest. While these markets will also experience growth resulting from improving economic conditions and concerns about crime, the relative maturity of most security equipment markets in developed areas will constrain future increases.

Electronic security products to remain fastest growing

Electronic security products accounted for nearly 65 percent of total security equipment demand in 2011. These products are also expected to post much stronger sales advances than mechanical security equipment through 2016. Demand will be driven by the ongoing improvements in design that give electronic systems greater functionality, while also making them increasingly user-friendly and cost-effective. Not only will these improvements help boost market penetration, they will also spur a strong replacement and upgrade market.

Demand for locks and other mechanical security products will post solid gains of more than six percent annually through 2016, bolstered by improving economic climates in developing parts of the world where markets are not yet mature.

Commercial & industrial market to remain dominant

The commercial and industrial security equipment market accounted for nearly 65 percent of sales in 2011. The dominance of this market reflects the large number of facilities, potential for loss, and availability of resources for protective purposes. Market gains will be fueled by rising business and nonresidential construction activity. In addition, the moderating costs of many advanced electronic security products will enable more businesses to afford these devices. However, the strongest growth will be recorded in the residential market, stimulated by a high perceived risk of crime among residents in many areas and by the increasingly affordable nature of security equipment.

Additional Information

This study analyzes the world market for security equipment. Products  covered include non-automotive and non-furniture locks and keys, other mechanical security devices (fire extinguishers, safes, vaults, safety deposit boxes, and other fixed bank security equipment), access controls and video surveillance systems, alarms (burglar, fire, panic/medical emergency, smoke, etc.), and other electronic security products (bomb and metal detectors, electronic article surveillance and anti-shoplifting systems, and other miscellaneous devices).

Excluded are security services (including equipment installation and repair), structural security products (such as bars, doors, fences, gates, grilles, lighting, and sprinkler systems), automotive security products, furniture and motor vehicle locks, information security hardware and software, and firearms and other weapons. Also excluded are security-type products utilized in nonsecurity applications (biometric identification systems for public benefits;video surveillance systems used for traffic control, medical monitoring, or the recording of prisoner interrogations; food processing plant metal detectors, etc.).

Historical data (2001, 2006, 2011) and forecasts to 2016 and 2021 are provided on a country by-country basis for security equipment demand (by product type and by market), net exports, and shipments, valued in million of current US dollars, including inflation, at the manufacturer’s level. The term “demand” actually refers to “apparent consumption” and is defined as production (also referred to as “output,” “shipments,” or “supply”) from a nation’s indigenous security equipment manufacturing facilities plus imports minus exports. “Demand” is used interchangeably with the terms “market,” “sales,” and “consumption.” Tabular details may not add to totals due to independent rounding. Ratios may be rounded for the sake of clarity.

National crime rate and employment historical data are provided where available; however, differing definitions of crime and unemployment and varying reporting practices make country to-country comparisons difficult and render data for certain (primarily developing) countries highly suspect. Discrepancies between crime and unemployment rate data presented here and other published figures may reflect differing estimates of a country’s population for a given year.

World Security Equipment to 2016

Table of Contents

Introduction XVI

I. Executive Summary 1

II. Market Environment
General 4
Economic Environment 5
Recent Economic Performance 6
World Economic Outlook 8
Demographic & Social Trends 12
Demographic Trends 13
Social Trends 16
Unemployment 17
Urbanization 19
Building Construction 25
Residential 27
Nonresidential 29
Criminal Justice Trends 30
Public Safety Environment 32
Conventional Crimes 32
Terrorism & Other Nonconventional Crimes 35
Pricing Patterns 37
Technology Trends 39
Legal & Regulatory Environment 40

III. Overview
General 45
Regional Overview 46
Demand 46
Production 52
International Trade 55
Demand By Product 57
Electronic Security Equipment 60
Access Control & Video Surveillance 62
Alarms 70
Other 74
Mechanical Security Equipment 78
Locks 81
Other 84
Demand By Market 86
Commercial & Industrial 89
Government & Institutional 94
Residential 97

IV. North America
General 102
Security Equipment Supply & Demand 104
Security Equipment Demand By Product & Market 107
United States 109
Canada 123
Mexico 135

V. Western Europe
General 147
Security Equipment Supply & Demand 149
Security Equipment Demand By Product & Market 153
France 156
Germany 167
Italy 179
Netherlands 189
Spain 199
United Kingdom 210
Other Western Europe 222

VI. Asia/Pacific
General 239
Security Equipment Supply & Demand 241
Security Equipment Demand By Product & Market 245
Australia 248
China 261
India 277
Japan 290
South Korea 303
Other Asia/Pacific 314

VII. Other regions
Central & South America 330
Security Equipment Supply & Demand 332
Security Equipment Demand By Product & Market 335
Brazil 338
Other Central & South America 351
Eastern Europe 361
Security Equipment Supply & Demand 363
Security Equipment Demand By Product & Market 365
Poland 368
Russia 378
Other Eastern Europe 389
Africa/Mideast 400
Security Equipment Supply & Demand 402
Security Equipment Demand By Product & Market 406
South Africa 408
Other Africa/Mideast 419

VIII. Industry Structure
General 434
Industry Composition 435
Market Share 440
Product Development & Manufacturing 444
Marketing & Distribution 446
Mergers & Acquisitions 449
Cooperative Agreements 455
Company Profiles 463
AD Holdings Plc 464
ADI, See Honeywell International
Alpha High Theft Solutions, See Checkpoint Systems
American Dynamics, See Tyco International
American Science And Engineering Incorporated 469
Ansul, See Tyco International
Apollo America, See Halma
Apollo Fire Detectors, See Halma
ASSA ABLOY AB 473
Autronica Fire And Security, See United Technologies
Axis Communications AB 488
Baldwin Hardware, See Spectrum Brands Holdings
Bentel Security, See Tyco International
Best Access Systems, See Stanley Black & Decker
Bosch (Robert) Gmbh 491
BRK Brands, See Jarden
CEM Systems, See Tyco International
Changzhou Minking Electronics, See China Security &
Surveillance Technology
Checkpoint Systems Incorporated 498
Chemetron Fire Systems, See United Technologies
China Security & Surveillance Technology Incorporated 504
Chubb Fire And Security, See United Technologies
Cogent, See 3M
Computerized Security Systems, See Kaba Holding
Costruzioni Italiane Serrature Affini, See Ingersoll-Rand
Dedicated Microcomputers Group, See AD Holdings
Deny Fontaine, See Securidev
Detector Electronics, See United Technologies
Detector Technologies, See AD Holdings
Det-Tronics, See United Technologies
Diebold Incorporated 507
Dolphin Electromagnetic Technologies Private, See
Ingersoll-Rand
Dom Sicherheitstechnik, See Securidev
Dorset Kaba Security Systems Private, See Kaba Holding
Electronic Door Security, See ASSA ABLOY
Emtek Products, See ASSA ABLOY
Fargo Electronics, See ASSA ABLOY
Farran Technology, See Smiths Group
Federal APD, See 3M
Federal Signal Corporation 513
Fenwal Protection Systems, See United Technologies
Fire Fighting Enterprises, See Halma
Fire-Lite Alarms, See Honeywell International
First Alert Professional Security Systems, See Honeywell
International
Fortune Brands Home & Security Incorporated 515
Gamewell-FCI, See Honeywell International
Gunnebo AB 519
Halma Plc 524
Hamilton Safe, See Gunnebo
Hamilton Sundstrand, See United Technologies
Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Company Limited 527
HID Global, See ASSA ABLOY
Hitachi Limited 529
Hochiki Corporation 532
Honeywell International Incorporated 534
Ingersoll-Rand Plc 549
Interflex Datensysteme, See Ingersoll-Rand
ITO Elektronik Kilit Sanayi Ve Ticaret, See Ingersoll-Rand
Jarden Corporation 557
JVC KENWOOD Corporation 560
Kaba Holding AG 563
Kentec Electronics, See Hochiki
Kidde-Fenwal, See United Technologies
Klein Associates, See L-3 Communications
Kryptonite, See Ingersoll-Rand
Kwikset, See Spectrum Brands Holdings
L-1 Identity Solutions, See SAFRAN
L-3 Communications Corporation 569
Lenel Systems International, See United Technologies
LIXIL NITTAN, See Secom
Master Lock, See Fortune Brands Home & Security
Miwa Lock Company Limited 575
Morley-IAS Fire Systems, See Honeywell International
Morpho, See SAFRAN
Mul-T-Lock Technologies, See ASSA ABLOY
NEC Corporation 577
NEMEF, See ASSA ABLOY
Niscayah, See Stanley Black & Decker
Nittan, See Secom
Nohmi Basai, See Secom
NOTIFIER, See Honeywell International
Onity, See United Technologies
OSI Systems Incorporated 581
Panasonic Corporation 586
Pelco, See Schneider Electric
Picard-Serrures, See Securidev
PIPS Technology, See 3M
Rapiscan Systems, See OSI Systems
Ronis, See Securidev
SAFLOK, See Kaba Holding
SAFRAN SA 591
Samsung Techwin Company Limited 596
SANYO Electric, See Panasonic
Sargent & Greenleaf, See Stanley Black & Decker
Schlage Lock, See Ingersoll-Rand
Schneider Electric SA 599
Science Applications International Corporation 603
Scott Safety Products, See Tyco International
Secom Company Limited 607
Securidev SA 611
Sensormatic Electronics, See Tyco International
Shore To Shore, See Checkpoint Systems
Siemens AG 615
Silent Knight, See Honeywell International
Simplexgrinnell, See Tyco International
Smiths Group Plc 620
Software House, See Tyco International
Sonitrol, See Stanley Black & Decker
Sony Corporation 627
Spectrum Brands Holdings Incorporated 631
Stanley Black & Decker Incorporated 634
Supra, See United Technologies
System Sensor, See Honeywell International
Taiwan Fu Hsing Industrial, See Ingersoll-Rand
Texecom, See Halma
3M Company 641
Traffic Safety Systems, See AD Holdings
Traka, See ASSA ABLOY
Tyco International Limited 645
United Technologies Corporation 654
Visonic, See Tyco International
Von Duprin, See Ingersoll-Rand
Weiser Lock, See Spectrum Brands Holdings
Yale Commercial Locks & Hardware, See ASSA ABLOY
Yantai Tri-Circle Lock Industry Group Company Limited 668
Other Security Product Companies 669

List of Tables

Section I -- Executive Summary
Summary Table 3

Section II -- Market Environment
1 World Gross Domestic Product By Region 12
2 World Population By Region 15
3 World Urban Population By Region 21
4 World Building Construction Expenditures By Region & Type 27
5 World Residential Building Construction Expenditures By Region 29
6 World Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures By Region 30

Section III -- Overview
1 World Security Equipment Demand By Region 50
2 World Security Equipment Shipments By Region 54
3 World Security Equipment Net Exports By Region 56
4 World Security Equipment Demand By Product 59
5 World Electronic Security Equipment Demand By Product & Region 62
6 World Access Control & Video Surveillance Equipment Demand By Region 64
7 World Alarm Demand By Region 73
8 World Demand For Other Electronic Security Equipment By Region 77
9 World Mechanical Security Equipment Demand By Product & Region 80
10 World Lock Demand By Region 83
11 World Demand For Other Mechanical Security Equipment By Region 85
12 World Security Equipment Demand By Market 88
13 World Commercial & Industrial Security Equipment Demand By Region 93
14 World Government & Institutional Security Equipment Demand By Region 96
15 World Residential Security Equipment Demand By Region 100

Section IV -- North America
1 North America: Market Environment For Security Equipment 103
2 North America: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 106
3 North America: Security Equipment Demand By Product & Market 109
4 United States: Market Environment For Security Equipment 111
5 United States: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 115
6 United States: Security Equipment Demand By Product 118
7 United States: Security Equipment Demand By Market 121
8 Canada: Market Environment For Security Equipment 124
9 Canada: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 128
10 Canada: Security Equipment Demand By Product 132
11 Canada: Security Equipment Demand By Market 134
12 Mexico: Market Environment For Security Equipment 137
13 Mexico: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 140
14 Mexico: Security Equipment Demand By Product 143
15 Mexico: Security Equipment Demand By Market 146

Section V -- Western Europe
1 Western Europe: Market Environment For Security Equipment 149
2 Western Europe: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 152
3 Western Europe: Security Equipment Demand By Product & Market 156
4 France: Market Environment For Security Equipment 158
5 France: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 161
6 France: Security Equipment Demand By Product 164
7 France: Security Equipment Demand By Market 166
8 Germany: Market Environment For Security Equipment 169
9 Germany: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 173
10 Germany: Security Equipment Demand By Product 176
11 Germany: Security Equipment Demand By Market 178
12 Italy: Market Environment For Security Equipment 181
13 Italy: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 184
14 Italy: Security Equipment Demand By Product 187
15 Italy: Security Equipment Demand By Market 189
16 Netherlands: Market Environment For Security Equipment 191
17 Netherlands: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 194
18 Netherlands: Security Equipment Demand By Product 196
19 Netherlands: Security Equipment Demand By Market 199
20 Spain: Market Environment For Security Equipment 201
21 Spain: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 204
22 Spain: Security Equipment Demand By Product 207
23 Spain: Security Equipment Demand By Market 209
24 United Kingdom: Market Environment For Security Equipment 211
25 United Kingdom: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 215
26 United Kingdom: Security Equipment Demand By Product 219
27 United Kingdom: Security Equipment Demand By Market 221
28 Other Western Europe: Market Environment For Security Equipment 224
29 Other Western Europe: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 227
30 Other Western Europe: Security Equipment Demand By Product 228
31 Other Western Europe: Security Equipment Demand By Market 230
32 Other Western Europe: Security Equipment Demand By Country 231

Section VI -- Asia/Pacific
1 Asia/Pacific: Market Environment For Security Equipment 241
2 Asia/Pacific: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 244
3 Asia/Pacific: Security Equipment Demand By Product & Market 248
4 Australia: Market Environment For Security Equipment 250
5 Australia: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 254
6 Australia: Security Equipment Demand By Product 257
7 Australia: Security Equipment Demand By Market 260
8 China: Market Environment For Security Equipment 263
9 China: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 268
10 China: Security Equipment Demand By Product 272
11 China: Security Equipment Demand By Market 275
12 India: Market Environment For Security Equipment 278
13 India: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 283
14 India: Security Equipment Demand By Product 287
15 India: Security Equipment Demand By Market 289
16 Japan: Market Environment For Security Equipment 292
17 Japan: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 296
18 Japan: Security Equipment Demand By Product 299
19 Japan: Security Equipment Demand By Market 302
20 South Korea: Market Environment For Security Equipment 305
21 South Korea: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 308
22 South Korea: Security Equipment Demand By Product 311
23 South Korea: Security Equipment Demand By Market 313
24 Other Asia/Pacific: Market Environment For Security Equipment 316
25 Other Asia/Pacific: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 320
26 Other Asia/Pacific: Security Equipment Demand By Product 322
27 Other Asia/Pacific: Security Equipment Demand By Market 324
28 Other Asia/Pacific: Security Equipment Demand By Country 326

Section VII -- Other Regions
1 Central & South America: Market Environment For Security Equipment 332
2 Central & South America: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 335
3 Central & South America: Security Equipment Demand By Product & Market 338
4 Brazil: Market Environment For Security Equipment 340
5 Brazil: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 345
6 Brazil: Security Equipment Demand By Product 347
7 Brazil: Security Equipment Demand By Market 350
8 Other Central & South America: Market Environment For Security Equipment 352
9 Other Central & South America: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 355
10 Other Central & South America: Security Equipment Demand By Product 357
11 Other Central & South America: Security Equipment Demand By Market 360
12 Eastern Europe: Market Environment For Security Equipment 362
13 Eastern Europe: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 365
14 Eastern Europe: Security Equipment Demand By Product & Market 368
15 Poland: Market Environment For Security Equipment 370
16 Poland: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 374
17 Poland: Security Equipment Demand By Product 376
18 Poland: Security Equipment Demand By Market 378
19 Russia: Market Environment For Security Equipment 380
20 Russia: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 384
21 Russia: Security Equipment Demand By Product 387
22 Russia: Security Equipment Demand By Market 389
23 Other Eastern Europe: Market Environment For Security Equipment 391
24 Other Eastern Europe: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 395
25 Other Eastern Europe: Security Equipment Demand By Product 397
26 Other Eastern Europe: Security Equipment Demand By Market 399
27 Africa/Mideast: Market Environment For Security Equipment 402
28 Africa/Mideast: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 406
29 Africa/Mideast: Security Equipment Demand By Product & Market 408
30 South Africa: Market Environment For Security Equipment 410
31 South Africa: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 414
32 South Africa: Security Equipment Demand By Product 416
33 South Africa: Security Equipment Demand By Market 419
34 Other Africa/Mideast: Market Environment For Security Equipment 421
35 Other Africa/Mideast: Security Equipment Supply & Demand 424
36 Other Africa/Mideast: Security Equipment Demand By Product 426
37 Other Africa/Mideast: Security Equipment Demand By Market 427
38 Other Africa/Mideast: Security Equipment Demand By Country 429

Section VIII -- Industry Structure
1 World Security Equipment Sales By Company, 2011 438
2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 451
3 Selected Cooperative Agreements 457

List of Charts

Section II -- Market Environment
1 Median Age of Population By Region, 2001-2021 16
2 World Urban Population, 2011 22
3 Relationship Between Security Equipment Demand Per Capita & GDP Per Capita, 2011 24

Section III -- Overview
1 World Security Equipment Demand By Region, 2011 51
2 Change In Security Equipment Demand Between 2011 & 2016 52
3 World Security Equipment Shipments By Region, 2011 55
4 World Security Equipment Demand By Product, 2011 59
5 World Access Control & Video Surveillance Equipment Demand By Region, 2011 65
6 World Alarm Demand By Region, 2011 74
7 World Demand For Other Electronic Security Equipment By Region, 2011 78
8 World Mechanical Security Equipment Demand By Region, 2011 81
9 World Security Equipment Demand By Market, 2011 89
10 World Commercial & Industrial Security Equipment Demand By Region, 2011 94
11 World Government & Institutional Security Equipment Demand By Region, 2011 97
12 World Residential Security Equipment Demand By Region, 2011 101

Section IV -- North America
1 North America: Security Equipment Demand By Country, 2011 107

Section V -- Western Europe
1 Western Europe: Security Equipment Demand By Country, 2011 153

Section VI -- Asia/Pacific
1 Asia/Pacific: Security Equipment Demand By Country, 2011 245

Section VIII -- Industry Structure
1 World Security Equipment Market Share By Company, 2011 440

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