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Frost Report On Perimeter Intrusion Detection Available

Research And Markets : 09 August, 2010  (New Product)
Research and Markets is stocking a report from Frost and Sullivan which examines the opportunities available in the global market for perimeter intrusion detection systems
Research and Markets has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report 'Opportunities in the World Perimeter Intrusion Detection Systems' to their offering.

This Frost & Sullivan research service titled Opportunities in the World Perimeter Intrusion Detection Systems Market provides in-depth analysis of technology, competition, pricing and distribution trends for perimeter intrusion detection systems (PIDS). The study also includes a detailed analysis of adoption across various applications such as critical infrastructure, borders and transport sectors. In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following markets: free-standing, fence and buried systems.

Need to Secure First Line of Defence against Growing Security Threats to Encourage Uptake of PIDS.

The slow-changing perimeter intrusion detection technology is prone to false alarms in a changing outdoor environment. When the perimeters are large, a false alarm could translate to considerable expenses and time wastage. Therefore, end users are increasingly adopting a layered approach by combining multiple sensor technologies such as fence with buried or free-standing sensors and video to plug the gaps in various technologies. This layered approach ensures higher probability of detection and lower false alarms and helps overcome operational challenges. Further, the growing need to protect critical infrastructure has spurred technology development in the market and caused PIDS to be more cognizant of its environment and adjust its sensitivity to adapt to known alarm situations.

Despite its technological improvements, a weak economic climate in 2009, combined with a budget freeze, compelled end users to defer investments in PIDS. Instead, they are channelling funds into more popular areas such as IP surveillance. The lack of widespread regulations, along with a reactive approach to securing perimeters, had also restrained market growth. Nevertheless, market participants feel hopeful of their prospects as there is huge demand for infrastructure investments in emerging economies, which will, in turn, boost the market for PIDS. Further, the escalating costs of manned guarding in developed countries are turning investors attention to more cost-effective and efficient solutions such as PIDS. Performance improvements in terms of advanced sensing techniques and growing integration with other sensor technologies and video surveillance are expected to increase awareness and position PIDS as reliable systems, says the analyst of this research. For widespread adoption, they will have to sign strategic technology and business partnerships to complement offerings and educate the market as a whole on the need to secure the first line of defence.
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