Electronic Security Systems Sector set for Strong Growth by 2025, Report Suggests
The Electronic Security Systems (ESS) market worldwide is projected to grow by US$26.5 Billion, driven by a compounded growth of 7.1%, a recent market research report has been able to suggest.
Representing the developed world, the United States will maintain a 5.8% growth momentum. Within Europe, which continues to remain an important element in the world economy, Germany will add over US$922.3 Million to the region’s size and clout in the next 5 to 6 years. Over US$750.4 Million worth of projected demand in the region will come from Rest of Europe markets.
In Japan, CCTV & Video Surveillance Systems will reach a market size of US$1.5 Billion by the close of the analysis period. As the world’s second largest economy and the new game changer in global markets, China exhibits the potential to grow at 11.1% over the next couple of years and add approximately US$7.8 Billion in terms of addressable opportunity for the picking by aspiring businesses.
Access Control Wales – Expert Suppliers of Access Control and Electronic Security Systems
From the control of a single internal door through to a fully computerised, multi-site network of control points, an Access Control System from Access Control Wales is the solution.
Operated by contactless smart cards, key fobs or biometrics, our Access Control System gives you full control over who is allowed access through any controlled point at any time of any day, placing it at the forefront of security solutions.
The Access Control Systems from Access Control Wales are modular in design, and can be adapted and extended to integrate with a time and attendance system seamlessly and without complication.
The WinAC.NET system will adapt easily to your specific security environment, whether you need to secure a large, multi-site facility, or a smaller installation with a few doors. In fact, the Access Control System’s modularity allows it to easily scale up as your operations grow.
With WinAC.NET and our range of readers, you can control most standard types of internal and external electronic, magnetic door releases and devices, making full use of location points, whether in full view or hidden out of sight, providing access even in the most adverse conditions.
An extensive range of equipment, devices and releases can be connected to your security network, which can be operated through your access control software including:
• alarms and hooters
• break glass buttons
• door locks
• door release buttons
• electro-mangnetic door locks
• CCTV cameras
The WinAC.NET includes a wide range of time and money-saving features, such as:
• Access Control Profiles easily created or customised to suit your particular site, and can be varied minute-by-minute
• Real Time (near) graphical display shows doors being opened / closed, those with alarm status set and forced entry
• Doors may be configured to open automatically on fire alarms and lock automatically on burglar alarms
• Anti Pass Back facility limits the same card being used by more than one person
• CCTV Tracking of video clips showing “evidence quality” footage of forced entries, alarm events, users of Smart Cards gaining access or being denied
• Door/Barrier Access can be limited depending on the persons’ roll call status
• Resilient System keeps running even when certain cables are cut or damaged or PC networks fail
• Sensor Monitoring to detect forced entry
• Audit Trail showing who gained access (or denied) at any location at any time
• Biometric dermal fingerprint reading for maximum security and personnel authentication
• Hardware Device Manager allows easy adding & editing of hardware device profiles
With our Access Control Software you can be assured that you will receive a simple to use, highly secure way of controlling access to areas or buildings, as well as monitoring who is present 24 hours a day.
Additional features are available for the WinAC.NET Business/Enterprise editions which can be implemented on your access control system to take into account diversity with access rules between individual organisations.