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The report titled 'The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017- Video Surveillance and Integrated Solutions to Lead the Market' presents a comprehensive analysis of the industry covering aspects including market size in terms of revenues and number of units, sub segments by type of markets such as residential, commercial and industrial; type of products including access control, video surveillance, intrusion control and fire control. The report also entails description of the competitive scenario of the industry covering the recurring monthly revenues of major players.

The US has been the largest market for the electronic security products worldwide for several past years. The demand for the electronic security systems continues to be driven by a high perceived risk of crime, despite a long-term trend of falling crime rates. It registered revenues of USD ~ million in 2012 which grew over by 4.2% from 2011 figure of USD ~ million. The electronic security industry of the US is marked by ongoing technological improvements that enhance the functionality, ease of usage and operational speed of security systems. The increased constructional spending by the private and public sector and falling prices of electronic security equipments have propelled the industry revenues by increasing market penetration across an enlarging customer base. The electronic security industry in the US has grown at a CAGR of 3.1% from USD ~ million in 2006 to USD ~ million in 2012.

 

The residential electronic security systems market has witnessed by rising trend of integrated security solutions being preferred by the home owners. The interoperability and digitization of the electronic security equipments have enabled the home owners to gain control through their smartphones or tablets. The non-residential segment is characterized by a gamut of the electronic security products varying in terms of their application and type. The revenues of the commercial and industrial markets are largely driven by the need for mass protection and identification issues.

 

Access controls represent the highest selling category of the electronic security equipments in the US. The market for the access control equipments earns its largest revenues from the commercial offices which amounted to ~% share in the total revenues from the access control equipments in 2012. Video surveillance are however the fastest growing category of the electronic security equipments in the US, boosted by the digitization which has enabled the operability over internet. New technologies such as video analytics, VSaaS continue to impregnate the market supported by growing cloud-based connectivity.

 

The electronic security market of the US is highly fragmented and competitive with majority of the companies adopting inorganic growth rote for expansion and diversification. ADT Security is the largest player which recorded USD ~ as RMR for the year 2012. Other major players include Tyco International, Stanley Convergent Security Solutions, Monitronics, Protection One, Diebold Security and others. The electronic security market of the US has witnessed a shift in terms of growing demand of the integrated comprehensive security solutions which provide a common operative interface. The revenues from the electronic security industry in the US are expected to expand to USD ~ million in 2017, growing with a CAGR of 5.6% from 2012 to 2017.

 

Key Topics Covered in the Report

  • The market size of the electronic security industry of the US
  • The market size of the residential electronic security market
  • The market size of the non residential electronic security market including sub-segments market size such as commercial and industrial
  • The market size of the access control market
  • The market size of the video surveillance market
  • The market size of the intrusion control market
  • The market size of the fire control market
  • Market segmentation of the US electronic security industry on the basis of end-user markets, types of products, types of services and type of technology.
  • Market segmentation of the non residential electronic security market on the basis of end-users and markets served
  • Market segmentation of the residential electronic security market on the basis of types of products and new and after sale markets
  • Market segmentation of the commercial residential electronic security market on the basis of types of sales
  • Market segmentation of the access control market on the basis of types of end-user.
  • Market segmentation of the video surveillance market on the basis of types of transmission methods
  • Market segmentation of the intrusion control on the basis of types of installation methods
  • Trends and Developments in the India electronic security industry - residential, commercial, large industrial, access control, video surveillance, intrusion control and fire control market
  • Competitive landscape and detailed company profiles of the major manufacturers of residential and overall electronic security market in the US
  • Future outlook and projections of the electronic security industry of the US - residential, commercial and large industrial on the basis of revenues.
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Scope

 

1. The US Electronic Security Market Introduction

1.1. Government Legislations in the US

2. The US Electronic Market Value Chain

3. The US Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

3.1. By Revenues, 2006-2012

3.2. By Number of Units Installed, 2006-2012

3.3. By Monitored Population, 2006-2012

4. The US Electronic Security Market Segmentation

4.1. By End-user Markets, 2006-2012

4.2. By Type of Products, 2006-2012

4.3. By Type of Services, 2006-2012

4.4. By Technology, 2012

5. The US Non-Residential Electronic Security Market Introduction

5.1. The US Non- Residential Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

5.2. The US Non- Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation

5.2.1. By Markets, 2006-2012

5.2.2. By End Users, 2011-2012

5.2.3. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Introduction

5.2.3.1. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

5.2.3.2. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Segmentation

5.2.3.2.1. By Type of Sales, 2006-2012

5.2.3.3. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Growing Adoption of Innovative Technologies

Shift Towards Professional Monitoring

Move towards Digitization

5.2.3.4. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013-2017

5.2.4. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Introduction

5.2.4.1. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

5.2.4.2. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Incresasing Usage of Integrated Systems

Development of Solution-Specific Security systems

Increased Focus on Transport Security

5.2.4.3. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013-2017

6. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Introduction

6.1. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

6.2. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation

6.2.1. By Type of Products, 2010-2012

6.2.2. By Sales and Installation and after Sale Markets, 2011-2012

6.3. Competitive Landscape of the US Residential Electronic Security Market

6.4. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Growth of IP-Based Security Equipments

The Advent of Mobile Connectivity

Connected Homes

Self-Monitoring

Advent of New Security Options for Homes

6.5. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013-2017

7. The US Access Control Market Introduction

7.1. The US Access Control Market Size, 2007-2012

7.2. The US Access Control Market Segmentation

7.2.1. By End-User, 2009-2012

7.3. The US Access Control Market Trends and Developments

Growing USAGE OF Devices Implementing Integrating Standards

Mobile Access Control Gaining Adoption

Advancements in Card Technology

8. The US Video Surveillance Market Introduction

8.1. The US Video Surveillance Market size, 2007-2012

8.2. The US Video Surveillance Market Segmentation

8.2.1. By Type of Transmission Methods, 2010-2012

8.3. The US Video Surveillance Market Trends and Developments

The Adoption of Mobile Video Surveillnace

Surging Market for Small IP Camera

Emerging Option of Private Cloud Storage

Growing Applications for Remote Video

9. The US Intrusion Detection Market Introduction

9.1. The US Intrusion Detection Market Size, 2007-2012

9.2. The US Intrusion Detection Market Segmentation

9.2.1. By Type of Installation Method, 2009 - 2012

9.3. The US Intrusion Detection Market Trends and Developments

Integration with Mobile Connectivity

Shift in Communication Technologies

Implementation of Sensor Technology

10. The US Fire Control Market Introduction

10.1. The US Fire Control Market Size, 2007-2012

10.2. The US Fire Control Market Trends and Devlopments

Legislations Driving the Demand

Shift Towards Intelligent Integrated Systems

Growing Usage of Multi-Criteria Fire Detectors

11. The US Electronic Security Equipments Import, 2006-2012

12. The US Electronic Securiy Equipments Export, 2006-2012

13. Competitive Landscape of the US Electronic Security Market

14. The US Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Interactive and Integrated Solutions Controlling the Market

Cloud Based Solutions Gaining Traction

Video Security Solutions Leading Growth

Advent of IT Companies in the Market

Mergers and Acquisitions Propelling Growth

Property Crimes in the US

15. The US Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013 - 2017

15.1. Cause and Effect Relationship Between Indsutry Factors and The US Electronic Security Industry

16. Company Profiles

17. Macroeconomic Factors

17.1. Upper Class Population in the US, 2006-2017

17.2. Number of Burglaries, 2006-2017

17.3. Number of Structures Fire, 2006-2017

17.4. Number of Houses Sold, 2006-2017

17.5. Value of the Non-Residential Units Construction, 2006-2017

17.6. The US Personal Disposable Income, 2006-2017

18. Appendix

18.1. Market Definition

18.2. Abbreviations

18.3. Research Methodology

Data collection Methods

Approach

Variables (Independent and Dependent)

Final Conclusion

18.4. Disclaimer

 


List Of Figure

Figure 1: Value Chain of the US Electronic Security Industry

Figure 2: The US Electronic Security Industry Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2006-2012

Figure 3: The US Electronic Security Industry Market Size on the Basis of Number of Units Installed, 2006-2012

Figure 4: Monitored Population in the US in Million, 2006-2012

Figure 5: The US Electronic Security Industry Segmentation on the Basis of Revenues from End- User Markets in USD Million in Percentage, 2006-2012

Figure 6: The US Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Type of Products in Percentage, 2007-2012

Figure 7: The US Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Type of Services in Percentage, 2006-2012

Figure 8: The US Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Type of Technology Used in Percentage, 2012

Figure 9: The US Non-Residential Electronic Security Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2006-2012

Figure 10: The US Non-Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation on the Basis of Markets in Percentage, 2006-2012

Figure 11: The US Non-Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation by End Users in Percentage, 2011-2012

Figure 12: The US Non-Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation by End Users in Percentage, 2011-2012

Figure 13: The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2006-2012

Figure 14: The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Type of Sales in Percentage, 2006-2012

Figure 15: The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2013-2017

Figure 16: The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2006-2012

Figure 17: US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Future Projections in USD Million, 2013-2017

Figure 18: The US Residential Electronic Security Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2006-2012

Figure 19: The US Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Type of Products in Percentage, 2010-2012

Figure 20: The US Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Sales and Installation and After Sale Markets and Upgradation in Percentage, 2010-2012

Figure 21: US Residential Electronic Security Market Future Projections in USD Million, 2013-2017

Figure 22: The US Access Control Security Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2007-2012

Figure 23: The US Video Surveillance Security Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2007-2012

Figure 24: The US Video Surveillance Security Market Segmentation by Type of Transmission Methods Used in Percentage, 2009-2012

Figure 25: The US Intrusion Control Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2007-2012

Figure 26: The US Intrusion Control Market Segmentation by Type of Installation Method Used in Percentage, 2009-2012

Figure 27: The US Fire Control Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2007-2012

Figure 28: Crime in the US by Volume and Rate per 100,000 Inhabitants, 2006-2011

Figure 29: The US Electronic Security Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2013-2017

Figure 30: Population with Income Greater or Equal to USD 100,000 in the US in Thousand, 2006-2017

Figure 31: Number of Burglaries in Million, 2006-2017

Figure 32: Number of Structures Fires in Million, 2006-2017

Figure 33: Number of Houses Sold in Thousand Units, 2006-2017

Figure 34: Value of the Non-Residential Units Construction in USD Million, 2006-2017

Figure 35: Personal Disposable Incomes of the US in USD Million, 2006-2017

 


List Of Table

Table 1: US Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Type of Products in Percentage, 2007-2012

Table 2: The US Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Type of Services in Percentage, 2006-2012

Table 3: The US Residential Electronic Security Industry Competitive Landscape on the Basis of Residential Subscribers, 2011-2012

Table 4: The US Access Control Segmentation on the Basis of End-Users in Percentage, 2009-2012

Table 5: Imports of Major Security Systems in the US on the Basis of Value in USD Billion, 2006-2012

Table 6: Exports of Major Security Systems in the US on the Basis of Value in USD Billion, 2006-2012

Table 7: The US Electronic Security Industry Competitive Landscape on the Basis of Recurring Monthly Revenues in USD Million, 2011-2012

Table 8: Crime in the US by Volume and Rate per 100,000 Inhabitants, 2006-2011

Table 9: Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis between Industry Factors and the Expected US Electronic Industry Prospects

Table 10: Company Profiles of Major Players in the US Electronic Security Industry

Table 11: Regression Coefficients Output

 

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The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Market Size Pages: 10 | USD 150

1. The US Electronic Security Market Introduction

1.1. Government Legislations in the US

2. The US Electronic Market Value Chain

3. The US Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

3.1. By Revenues, 2006-2012

3.2. By Number of Units Installed, 2006-2012

3.3. By Monitored Population, 2006-2012


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Market Segmentation Pages: 10 | USD 150

4. The US Electronic Security Market Segmentation

4.1. By End-user Markets, 2006-2012

4.2. By Type of Products, 2006-2012

4.3. By Type of Services, 2006-2012

4.4. By Technology, 2012


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Residential Electronic Security Market Pages: 15 | USD 150

6. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Introduction

6.1. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

6.2. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation

6.2.1. By Type of Products, 2010-2012

6.2.2. By Sales and Installation and after Sale Markets, 2011-2012

6.3. Competitive Landscape of the US Residential Electronic Security Market

6.4. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Growth of IP-Based Security Equipments

The Advent of Mobile Connectivity

Connected Homes

Self-Monitoring

Advent of New Security Options for Homes

6.5. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013-2017


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Access Control Market Pages: 7 | USD 100

7. The US Access Control Market Introduction

7.1. The US Access Control Market Size, 2007-2012

7.2. The US Access Control Market Segmentation

7.2.1. By End-User, 2009-2012

7.3. The US Access Control Market Trends and Developments

Growing USAGE OF Devices Implementing Integrating Standards

Mobile Access Control Gaining Adoption

Advancements in Card Technology


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Video Surveillance Market Pages: 7 | USD 150

8. The US Video Surveillance Market Introduction

8.1. The US Video Surveillance Market size, 2007-2012

8.2. The US Video Surveillance Market Segmentation

8.2.1. By Type of Transmission Methods, 2010-2012

8.3. The US Video Surveillance Market Trends and Developments

The Adoption of Mobile Video Surveillnace

Surging Market for Small IP Camera

Emerging Option of Private Cloud Storage

Growing Applications for Remote Video


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Intrusion Detection Market Pages: 5 | USD 100

9. The US Intrusion Detection Market Introduction

9.1. The US Intrusion Detection Market Size, 2007-2012

9.2. The US Intrusion Detection Market Segmentation

9.2.1. By Type of Installation Method, 2009 - 2012

9.3. The US Intrusion Detection Market Trends and Developments

Integration with Mobile Connectivity

Shift in Communication Technologies

Implementation of Sensor Technology


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Fire Control Market Pages: 5 | USD 100

10. The US Fire Control Market Introduction

10.1. The US Fire Control Market Size, 2007-2012

10.2. The US Fire Control Market Trends and Devlopments

Legislations Driving the Demand

Shift Towards Intelligent Integrated Systems

Growing Usage of Multi-Criteria Fire Detectors


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Trade, Competitive Landscape and Trends Pages: 8 | USD 150

11. The US Electronic Security Equipments Import, 2006-2012

12. The US Electronic Securiy Equipments Export, 2006-2012

13. Competitive Landscape of the US Electronic Security Market

14. The US Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Interactive and Integrated Solutions Controlling the Market

Cloud Based Solutions Gaining Traction

Video Security Solutions Leading Growth

Advent of IT Companies in the Market

Mergers and Acquisitions Propelling Growth

Property Crimes in the US


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Future Outlook Pages: 7 | USD 100

15. The US Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013 - 2017

15.1. Cause and Effect Relationship Between Indsutry Factors and The US Electronic Security Industry


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Company Profiles and Macro Pages: 13 | USD 100

16. Company Profiles

17. Macroeconomic Factors

17.1. Upper Class Population in the US, 2006-2017

17.2. Number of Burglaries, 2006-2017

17.3. Number of Structures Fire, 2006-2017

17.4. Number of Houses Sold, 2006-2017

17.5. Value of the Non-Residential Units Construction, 2006-2017

17.6. The US Personal Disposable Income, 2006-2017


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Non-Residential Market Pages: 21 | USD 250

5. The US Non-Residential Electronic Security Market Introduction

5.1. The US Non- Residential Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

5.2. The US Non- Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation

5.2.1. By Markets, 2006-2012

5.2.2. By End Users, 2011-2012

5.2.3. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Introduction

5.2.3.1. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

5.2.3.2. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Segmentation

5.2.3.2.1. By Type of Sales, 2006-2012

5.2.3.3. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Growing Adoption of Innovative Technologies

Shift Towards Professional Monitoring

Move towards Digitization

5.2.3.4. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013-2017

5.2.4. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Introduction

5.2.4.1. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

5.2.4.2. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Incresasing Usage of Integrated Systems

Development of Solution-Specific Security systems

Increased Focus on Transport Security

5.2.4.3. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013-2017


Products and Companies

Products

Electronic Security Market, Video Surveillance, Access control, Intrusion Detection, Fire Control, Integrated systems, End User Market, Residential, N


Companies

Monitronics International, Vivint Inc. , Protection One , Slomins Inc. , Guardian Protection Services, Vector Security Inc , Security Networks , Central Security Group, Inc, ASG Security , Security Systems Inc. , ADT, Tyco Integrated Security, Stanley C

 

The report titled 'The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017- Video Surveillance and Integrated Solutions to Lead the Market' presents a comprehensive analysis of the industry covering aspects including market size in terms of revenues and number of units, sub segments by type of markets such as residential, commercial and industrial; type of products including access control, video surveillance, intrusion control and fire control. The report also entails description of the competitive scenario of the industry covering the recurring monthly revenues of major players.

The US has been the largest market for the electronic security products worldwide for several past years. The demand for the electronic security systems continues to be driven by a high perceived risk of crime, despite a long-term trend of falling crime rates. It registered revenues of USD ~ million in 2012 which grew over by 4.2% from 2011 figure of USD ~ million. The electronic security industry of the US is marked by ongoing technological improvements that enhance the functionality, ease of usage and operational speed of security systems. The increased constructional spending by the private and public sector and falling prices of electronic security equipments have propelled the industry revenues by increasing market penetration across an enlarging customer base. The electronic security industry in the US has grown at a CAGR of 3.1% from USD ~ million in 2006 to USD ~ million in 2012.

 

The residential electronic security systems market has witnessed by rising trend of integrated security solutions being preferred by the home owners. The interoperability and digitization of the electronic security equipments have enabled the home owners to gain control through their smartphones or tablets. The non-residential segment is characterized by a gamut of the electronic security products varying in terms of their application and type. The revenues of the commercial and industrial markets are largely driven by the need for mass protection and identification issues.

 

Access controls represent the highest selling category of the electronic security equipments in the US. The market for the access control equipments earns its largest revenues from the commercial offices which amounted to ~% share in the total revenues from the access control equipments in 2012. Video surveillance are however the fastest growing category of the electronic security equipments in the US, boosted by the digitization which has enabled the operability over internet. New technologies such as video analytics, VSaaS continue to impregnate the market supported by growing cloud-based connectivity.

 

The electronic security market of the US is highly fragmented and competitive with majority of the companies adopting inorganic growth rote for expansion and diversification. ADT Security is the largest player which recorded USD ~ as RMR for the year 2012. Other major players include Tyco International, Stanley Convergent Security Solutions, Monitronics, Protection One, Diebold Security and others. The electronic security market of the US has witnessed a shift in terms of growing demand of the integrated comprehensive security solutions which provide a common operative interface. The revenues from the electronic security industry in the US are expected to expand to USD ~ million in 2017, growing with a CAGR of 5.6% from 2012 to 2017.

 

Key Topics Covered in the Report

  • The market size of the electronic security industry of the US
  • The market size of the residential electronic security market
  • The market size of the non residential electronic security market including sub-segments market size such as commercial and industrial
  • The market size of the access control market
  • The market size of the video surveillance market
  • The market size of the intrusion control market
  • The market size of the fire control market
  • Market segmentation of the US electronic security industry on the basis of end-user markets, types of products, types of services and type of technology.
  • Market segmentation of the non residential electronic security market on the basis of end-users and markets served
  • Market segmentation of the residential electronic security market on the basis of types of products and new and after sale markets
  • Market segmentation of the commercial residential electronic security market on the basis of types of sales
  • Market segmentation of the access control market on the basis of types of end-user.
  • Market segmentation of the video surveillance market on the basis of types of transmission methods
  • Market segmentation of the intrusion control on the basis of types of installation methods
  • Trends and Developments in the India electronic security industry - residential, commercial, large industrial, access control, video surveillance, intrusion control and fire control market
  • Competitive landscape and detailed company profiles of the major manufacturers of residential and overall electronic security market in the US
  • Future outlook and projections of the electronic security industry of the US - residential, commercial and large industrial on the basis of revenues.
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Scope

 

1. The US Electronic Security Market Introduction

1.1. Government Legislations in the US

2. The US Electronic Market Value Chain

3. The US Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

3.1. By Revenues, 2006-2012

3.2. By Number of Units Installed, 2006-2012

3.3. By Monitored Population, 2006-2012

4. The US Electronic Security Market Segmentation

4.1. By End-user Markets, 2006-2012

4.2. By Type of Products, 2006-2012

4.3. By Type of Services, 2006-2012

4.4. By Technology, 2012

5. The US Non-Residential Electronic Security Market Introduction

5.1. The US Non- Residential Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

5.2. The US Non- Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation

5.2.1. By Markets, 2006-2012

5.2.2. By End Users, 2011-2012

5.2.3. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Introduction

5.2.3.1. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

5.2.3.2. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Segmentation

5.2.3.2.1. By Type of Sales, 2006-2012

5.2.3.3. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Growing Adoption of Innovative Technologies

Shift Towards Professional Monitoring

Move towards Digitization

5.2.3.4. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013-2017

5.2.4. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Introduction

5.2.4.1. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

5.2.4.2. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Incresasing Usage of Integrated Systems

Development of Solution-Specific Security systems

Increased Focus on Transport Security

5.2.4.3. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013-2017

6. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Introduction

6.1. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

6.2. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation

6.2.1. By Type of Products, 2010-2012

6.2.2. By Sales and Installation and after Sale Markets, 2011-2012

6.3. Competitive Landscape of the US Residential Electronic Security Market

6.4. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Growth of IP-Based Security Equipments

The Advent of Mobile Connectivity

Connected Homes

Self-Monitoring

Advent of New Security Options for Homes

6.5. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013-2017

7. The US Access Control Market Introduction

7.1. The US Access Control Market Size, 2007-2012

7.2. The US Access Control Market Segmentation

7.2.1. By End-User, 2009-2012

7.3. The US Access Control Market Trends and Developments

Growing USAGE OF Devices Implementing Integrating Standards

Mobile Access Control Gaining Adoption

Advancements in Card Technology

8. The US Video Surveillance Market Introduction

8.1. The US Video Surveillance Market size, 2007-2012

8.2. The US Video Surveillance Market Segmentation

8.2.1. By Type of Transmission Methods, 2010-2012

8.3. The US Video Surveillance Market Trends and Developments

The Adoption of Mobile Video Surveillnace

Surging Market for Small IP Camera

Emerging Option of Private Cloud Storage

Growing Applications for Remote Video

9. The US Intrusion Detection Market Introduction

9.1. The US Intrusion Detection Market Size, 2007-2012

9.2. The US Intrusion Detection Market Segmentation

9.2.1. By Type of Installation Method, 2009 - 2012

9.3. The US Intrusion Detection Market Trends and Developments

Integration with Mobile Connectivity

Shift in Communication Technologies

Implementation of Sensor Technology

10. The US Fire Control Market Introduction

10.1. The US Fire Control Market Size, 2007-2012

10.2. The US Fire Control Market Trends and Devlopments

Legislations Driving the Demand

Shift Towards Intelligent Integrated Systems

Growing Usage of Multi-Criteria Fire Detectors

11. The US Electronic Security Equipments Import, 2006-2012

12. The US Electronic Securiy Equipments Export, 2006-2012

13. Competitive Landscape of the US Electronic Security Market

14. The US Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Interactive and Integrated Solutions Controlling the Market

Cloud Based Solutions Gaining Traction

Video Security Solutions Leading Growth

Advent of IT Companies in the Market

Mergers and Acquisitions Propelling Growth

Property Crimes in the US

15. The US Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013 - 2017

15.1. Cause and Effect Relationship Between Indsutry Factors and The US Electronic Security Industry

16. Company Profiles

17. Macroeconomic Factors

17.1. Upper Class Population in the US, 2006-2017

17.2. Number of Burglaries, 2006-2017

17.3. Number of Structures Fire, 2006-2017

17.4. Number of Houses Sold, 2006-2017

17.5. Value of the Non-Residential Units Construction, 2006-2017

17.6. The US Personal Disposable Income, 2006-2017

18. Appendix

18.1. Market Definition

18.2. Abbreviations

18.3. Research Methodology

Data collection Methods

Approach

Variables (Independent and Dependent)

Final Conclusion

18.4. Disclaimer

 


List Of Figure

Figure 1: Value Chain of the US Electronic Security Industry

Figure 2: The US Electronic Security Industry Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2006-2012

Figure 3: The US Electronic Security Industry Market Size on the Basis of Number of Units Installed, 2006-2012

Figure 4: Monitored Population in the US in Million, 2006-2012

Figure 5: The US Electronic Security Industry Segmentation on the Basis of Revenues from End- User Markets in USD Million in Percentage, 2006-2012

Figure 6: The US Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Type of Products in Percentage, 2007-2012

Figure 7: The US Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Type of Services in Percentage, 2006-2012

Figure 8: The US Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Type of Technology Used in Percentage, 2012

Figure 9: The US Non-Residential Electronic Security Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2006-2012

Figure 10: The US Non-Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation on the Basis of Markets in Percentage, 2006-2012

Figure 11: The US Non-Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation by End Users in Percentage, 2011-2012

Figure 12: The US Non-Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation by End Users in Percentage, 2011-2012

Figure 13: The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2006-2012

Figure 14: The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Type of Sales in Percentage, 2006-2012

Figure 15: The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2013-2017

Figure 16: The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2006-2012

Figure 17: US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Future Projections in USD Million, 2013-2017

Figure 18: The US Residential Electronic Security Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2006-2012

Figure 19: The US Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Type of Products in Percentage, 2010-2012

Figure 20: The US Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Sales and Installation and After Sale Markets and Upgradation in Percentage, 2010-2012

Figure 21: US Residential Electronic Security Market Future Projections in USD Million, 2013-2017

Figure 22: The US Access Control Security Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2007-2012

Figure 23: The US Video Surveillance Security Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2007-2012

Figure 24: The US Video Surveillance Security Market Segmentation by Type of Transmission Methods Used in Percentage, 2009-2012

Figure 25: The US Intrusion Control Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2007-2012

Figure 26: The US Intrusion Control Market Segmentation by Type of Installation Method Used in Percentage, 2009-2012

Figure 27: The US Fire Control Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2007-2012

Figure 28: Crime in the US by Volume and Rate per 100,000 Inhabitants, 2006-2011

Figure 29: The US Electronic Security Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2013-2017

Figure 30: Population with Income Greater or Equal to USD 100,000 in the US in Thousand, 2006-2017

Figure 31: Number of Burglaries in Million, 2006-2017

Figure 32: Number of Structures Fires in Million, 2006-2017

Figure 33: Number of Houses Sold in Thousand Units, 2006-2017

Figure 34: Value of the Non-Residential Units Construction in USD Million, 2006-2017

Figure 35: Personal Disposable Incomes of the US in USD Million, 2006-2017

 


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Table 1: US Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Type of Products in Percentage, 2007-2012

Table 2: The US Electronic Security Market Segmentation by Type of Services in Percentage, 2006-2012

Table 3: The US Residential Electronic Security Industry Competitive Landscape on the Basis of Residential Subscribers, 2011-2012

Table 4: The US Access Control Segmentation on the Basis of End-Users in Percentage, 2009-2012

Table 5: Imports of Major Security Systems in the US on the Basis of Value in USD Billion, 2006-2012

Table 6: Exports of Major Security Systems in the US on the Basis of Value in USD Billion, 2006-2012

Table 7: The US Electronic Security Industry Competitive Landscape on the Basis of Recurring Monthly Revenues in USD Million, 2011-2012

Table 8: Crime in the US by Volume and Rate per 100,000 Inhabitants, 2006-2011

Table 9: Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis between Industry Factors and the Expected US Electronic Industry Prospects

Table 10: Company Profiles of Major Players in the US Electronic Security Industry

Table 11: Regression Coefficients Output

 

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The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Market Size Pages: 10 | USD 150

1. The US Electronic Security Market Introduction

1.1. Government Legislations in the US

2. The US Electronic Market Value Chain

3. The US Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

3.1. By Revenues, 2006-2012

3.2. By Number of Units Installed, 2006-2012

3.3. By Monitored Population, 2006-2012


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Market Segmentation Pages: 10 | USD 150

4. The US Electronic Security Market Segmentation

4.1. By End-user Markets, 2006-2012

4.2. By Type of Products, 2006-2012

4.3. By Type of Services, 2006-2012

4.4. By Technology, 2012


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Residential Electronic Security Market Pages: 15 | USD 150

6. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Introduction

6.1. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

6.2. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation

6.2.1. By Type of Products, 2010-2012

6.2.2. By Sales and Installation and after Sale Markets, 2011-2012

6.3. Competitive Landscape of the US Residential Electronic Security Market

6.4. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Growth of IP-Based Security Equipments

The Advent of Mobile Connectivity

Connected Homes

Self-Monitoring

Advent of New Security Options for Homes

6.5. The US Residential Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013-2017


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Access Control Market Pages: 7 | USD 100

7. The US Access Control Market Introduction

7.1. The US Access Control Market Size, 2007-2012

7.2. The US Access Control Market Segmentation

7.2.1. By End-User, 2009-2012

7.3. The US Access Control Market Trends and Developments

Growing USAGE OF Devices Implementing Integrating Standards

Mobile Access Control Gaining Adoption

Advancements in Card Technology


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Video Surveillance Market Pages: 7 | USD 150

8. The US Video Surveillance Market Introduction

8.1. The US Video Surveillance Market size, 2007-2012

8.2. The US Video Surveillance Market Segmentation

8.2.1. By Type of Transmission Methods, 2010-2012

8.3. The US Video Surveillance Market Trends and Developments

The Adoption of Mobile Video Surveillnace

Surging Market for Small IP Camera

Emerging Option of Private Cloud Storage

Growing Applications for Remote Video


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Intrusion Detection Market Pages: 5 | USD 100

9. The US Intrusion Detection Market Introduction

9.1. The US Intrusion Detection Market Size, 2007-2012

9.2. The US Intrusion Detection Market Segmentation

9.2.1. By Type of Installation Method, 2009 - 2012

9.3. The US Intrusion Detection Market Trends and Developments

Integration with Mobile Connectivity

Shift in Communication Technologies

Implementation of Sensor Technology


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Fire Control Market Pages: 5 | USD 100

10. The US Fire Control Market Introduction

10.1. The US Fire Control Market Size, 2007-2012

10.2. The US Fire Control Market Trends and Devlopments

Legislations Driving the Demand

Shift Towards Intelligent Integrated Systems

Growing Usage of Multi-Criteria Fire Detectors


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Trade, Competitive Landscape and Trends Pages: 8 | USD 150

11. The US Electronic Security Equipments Import, 2006-2012

12. The US Electronic Securiy Equipments Export, 2006-2012

13. Competitive Landscape of the US Electronic Security Market

14. The US Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Interactive and Integrated Solutions Controlling the Market

Cloud Based Solutions Gaining Traction

Video Security Solutions Leading Growth

Advent of IT Companies in the Market

Mergers and Acquisitions Propelling Growth

Property Crimes in the US


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Future Outlook Pages: 7 | USD 100

15. The US Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013 - 2017

15.1. Cause and Effect Relationship Between Indsutry Factors and The US Electronic Security Industry


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Company Profiles and Macro Pages: 13 | USD 100

16. Company Profiles

17. Macroeconomic Factors

17.1. Upper Class Population in the US, 2006-2017

17.2. Number of Burglaries, 2006-2017

17.3. Number of Structures Fire, 2006-2017

17.4. Number of Houses Sold, 2006-2017

17.5. Value of the Non-Residential Units Construction, 2006-2017

17.6. The US Personal Disposable Income, 2006-2017


The US Electronic Security Industry Outlook to 2017-Non-Residential Market Pages: 21 | USD 250

5. The US Non-Residential Electronic Security Market Introduction

5.1. The US Non- Residential Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

5.2. The US Non- Residential Electronic Security Market Segmentation

5.2.1. By Markets, 2006-2012

5.2.2. By End Users, 2011-2012

5.2.3. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Introduction

5.2.3.1. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

5.2.3.2. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Segmentation

5.2.3.2.1. By Type of Sales, 2006-2012

5.2.3.3. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Growing Adoption of Innovative Technologies

Shift Towards Professional Monitoring

Move towards Digitization

5.2.3.4. The US Commercial Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013-2017

5.2.4. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Introduction

5.2.4.1. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Size, 2006-2012

5.2.4.2. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Trends and Developments

Incresasing Usage of Integrated Systems

Development of Solution-Specific Security systems

Increased Focus on Transport Security

5.2.4.3. The US Large Industrial Electronic Security Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013-2017


Products

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Companies

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