The roofing industry is practicing the perfect social distancing – by not involving any people at all!
See the four areas to watch in the global security services market through 2024.
Companies are finding new uses for smart cameras, including keeping track of occupancy and making sure customers are wearing masks properly.
Innovative technologies and marketing strategies are changing residential security by opening the market up to a new base of consumers – such as millennials and urbanites – who historically faced a cost barrier.
Big players are getting bigger and small and midsized entities are increasingly feeling the squeeze.
Imagine a home that consumes 35% less energy than average. Now, multiply those savings across a whole neighborhood – or even an entire city – and consider the potential outcomes.
Smart technology is the future of home security and automation. However, while smart products are ostensibly designed to make consumers' lives safer and more convenient, questions linger about the security of the devices themselves.
Ring in the New Year with predictions from a few Freedonia analysts about the fastest growing industries for 2018 and beyond.
The legal marijuana industry has been framed by many as a high-growth industry on its own, creating jobs and generating significant revenue. However, ongoing concerns with federal legality and corporate restrictions, coupled with significant theft concerns, have made it a complicated industry for security services. Learn more about how marijuana growers and dispensaries have created opportunities for the security services industry.
India’s recent demonetization of the former 500 and 1,000 rupee notes has resulted in dramatic increase in cash-in-transit (CIT) services there over the past two months. Rapid changes in the country's financial system have had rippling impacts on armored transport and other security services demand.