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Crystal Group showcases critical mission technology for counter-networking support at SO/LIC Symposium & Exhibition

HIAWATHA, Iowa, Feb. 22, 2018 -- Crystal Group Inc., a leading designer/manufacturer of rugged computer and electronic hardware, will showcase how its comprehensive suite of field proven rugged products can leverage emerging technologies to unify interagency operations at the Special Operations/Low Intensity Conflict (SO/LIC) Symposium & Exhibition 2018, February 28March 2 in Arlington, Virginia.

 

Mission critical success of Special Operations Forces count on technology that is rugged, flexible, easy to set up and cyber protected. Crystal Group rugged products are designed to provide robust and reliable technology to keep warfighters, security agencies and allied coalitions connected and informed in the face of extreme elements, such as temperature extremes, high shock and vibration, electromagnetic interference (EMI), and humidity.

At SO/LIC Booth #313 Crystal Group's subject matter experts will demonstrate the company's portfolio of rugged solutions, including:

Crystal Group's new RS1.533S18G Rugged 1.5U Server is rack-mounted, 18 inches deep and weighs 25-30 lbs. The all-aluminum chassis with internal cross-braces and stabilized components withstand intense shock and vibration. An immediate drop-in replacement for currently fielded systems, the RS1.533S18G features dual Intel processors, up to 512GB of DDR4 memory, up to nine removable SSDs, and USB 3.0, audio, and Gigabit LAN interfaces.

Recently released Crystal Group FORCE™ (Fully Optimized Rugged Computer Equipment) 1U, 2U, and 3U Rugged Servers are high-bandwidth, low-latency, high-performance computing (HPC) systems optimized for size, weight, power, and cost (SWaP-C). Crystal Group FORCE Rugged Servers with Intel Xeon® Scalable processors and state-of-the-art liquid cooling (2U dissipates 280W of CPU power), offer superior compute and greater reliability in harsh elements, such as shock and vibration, temperature extremes, and humidity.

The RS114PS18 Rugged Carbon Fiber Server delivers high-end computing performance in a 1U carbon fiber chassis that offers leading edge Intel® Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge, or Haswell options. The unit measures 17.5" wide, 1.75" in height and 18" in depth, weighing 12-14 lbs. The RS114PS18 offers up to 512 GB memory, up to six removeable 2.5" drive bays and is expandable with one slot.

The RE1312 Rugged Embedded Computer features a compact carbon fiber composition construction for low SWaP and powerful Dual or Quad Core i7 CPU options or 6 cores Xeon– D. The RE1312 Rugged Embedded Computer operates over a wide temperature range from -40°C to 60°C and with 18V to 36V DC input. A tough carbon fiber composite frame serves simultaneously as the entire system's structural backbone and EMI shield.

Crystal Group RCS7450-24 Rugged Switch combines enterprise-class functionality and MIL-SPEC environmental performance to provide reliable, high-throughput connectivity and data handling in deployed environments. Crystal Group scalable, rugged network switches bring Ruckus® ICX® enterprise-level, stackable switch technology to the tactical edge in rugged, lightweight, and compact enclosures – a choice of transit case or 19-inch rack with strain-hardened, aircraft-grade aluminum – designed to keep critical electronics connected.

Visit Crystal Group in Booth #313 at SO/LIC to learn how the company's rugged servers, switches, and embedded computers can meet specific program requirements.

SO/LIC Symposium & Exhibition is sponsored by National Defense Industrial Association and takes place February 28March 2 in Arlington, Virginia.

About Crystal Group Inc.
Crystal Group Inc., a technology leader in rugged computer hardware, specializes in the design and manufacture of custom and commercial rugged servers, embedded computing, networking devices, displays, power supplies, and data storage for high reliability in harsh environments. An employee-owned small business founded in 1987, Crystal Group provides the defense, government and industrial markets with in-house customization, engineering, integration, configuration management, product lifecycle planning, warranty, and support services.

Crystal Group products meet or exceed IEEE, IEC, and military standards (MIL-STD-810, 167-1, 461, MIL-S-901); are backed by warranty (5+ year) with in-house support; and are manufactured in the company's Hiawatha, Iowa, USA, facility certified to AS9100C:2009 and ISO 9001:2008 quality management standards. crystalrugged.com

© 2018 Crystal Group Inc. All rights reserved. All marks are property of their respective owners. Design and specifications are subject to change.

 

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DENSO Leads Dellfer's Initial Funding Round, Supporting Cybersecurity for Connected Vehicles

KARIYA, Japan, Feb. 21, 2018 -- DENSO, one of the world's largest automotive suppliers, has announced a significant investment in Dellfer, an IoT and automotive cybersecurity startup company based in San Francisco, California. Dellfer is a young startup focusing on cybersecurity solutions against "zero day" attacks within connected networks such as deployed IoT devices, and in the future, connected vehicles. Dellfer will use the proceeds from this funding to build out its development team and begin discussions with early adopter customers, including DENSO.

 

"As cars become smarter, more connected, and autonomous, advanced safeguards to secure and protect the technology within those vehicles will be a key area of focus for DENSO, and the auto industry as a whole," said Tony Cannestra, Director of Corporate Ventures at DENSO. "DENSO will continue to strongly support technologies like Dellfer's to ensure that a safe and secure mobility future is delivered to our customers."

"This investment accelerates our mission for IoT device cyberspace protection against zero day attacks," said James Blaisdell, CEO of Dellfer. "We look forward to a deep and fruitful partnership with DENSO to deliver advance safeguards for protecting vehicles."

DENSO continues to evaluate technology investment opportunities for automotive solutions and innovative technologies with potentially significant implications for the future of transportation. The company focuses on advancing four core areas: connectivity, autonomous driving, shared mobility and electrification (CASE) technologies. DENSO opened a Silicon Valley office in 2011, and in 2014 created a dedicated Corporate Venture Capital (CVC) group to pursue early stage investment opportunities around the world with entrepreneurs and startup companies. The company also lends expertise and monetary support to two technology incubators – Prospect Silicon Valley and NextEnergy.

About DENSO in North America

DENSO is a leading global automotive supplier of advanced technology, systems and components in the areas of thermal, powertrain control, electronics and information and safety. With its North American headquarters located in Southfield, Michigan, DENSO employs more than 23,000 people at 28 consolidated subsidiaries and 4 affiliates across the North American region. Of these, 25 are manufacturing facilities located in the United States, Canada and Mexico. In the United States alone, DENSO employs more than 17,000 people in Alabama, Arkansas, California, Iowa, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. DENSO's North American consolidated sales totaled US$9.6 billion for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2017. For more information, go to www.denso.com/us-ca/en. Connect with DENSO on Facebook at www.facebook.com/DENSOinNorthAmerica.

About DENSO Corporation

DENSO Corp., headquartered in Kariya, Aichi prefecture, Japan, is a leading global automotive supplier of advanced technology, systems and components in the areas of thermal, powertrain control, electronics and information and safety. Its customers include all the world's major carmakers. Worldwide, the company has more than 200 subsidiaries and affiliates in 38 countries and regions (including Japan) and employs more than 150,000 people. Consolidated global sales for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2017, totaled US$40.4 billion. Last fiscal year, DENSO spent 9.0 percent of its global consolidated sales on research and development. DENSO common stock is traded on the Tokyo and Nagoya stock exchanges. For more information, go to www.denso.com, or visit our media website at www.denso.com/global/en/news/media-center/

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SEC Commission Statement and Guidance on Public Company Cybersecurity Disclosures

In light of the increasing significance of cybersecurity incidents, the Commission believes it is necessary to provide further Commission guidance. This interpretive release outlines the Commission’s views with respect to cybersecurity disclosure requirements under the federal securities laws as they apply to public operating companies. While the Commission continues to consider other means of promoting appropriate disclosure of cyber incidents, we are reinforcing and expanding upon the staff’s 2011 guidance. In addition, we address two topics not developed in the staff’s 2011 guidance, namely the importance of cybersecurity policies and procedures and the application of insider trading prohibitions in the cybersecurity context.

First, this release stresses the importance of maintaining comprehensive policies and procedures related to cybersecurity risks and incidents. Companies are required to establish and maintain appropriate and effective disclosure controls and procedures that enable them to make accurate and timely disclosures of material events, including those related to cybersecurity. Such robust disclosure controls and procedures assist companies in satisfying their disclosure obligations under the federal securities laws.

Second, we also remind companies and their directors, officers, and other corporate insiders of the applicable insider trading prohibitions under the general antifraud provisions of the federal securities laws and also of their obligation to refrain from making selective disclosures of material nonpublic information about cybersecurity risks or incidents.

The Commission, and the staff through its filing review process, continues to monitor cybersecurity disclosures carefully.

 

Read the full statement.

 

 

Fighting Cybersecurity Threats to the Growing Economy

Information technology creates enormous value for the U.S. economy. However, it also exposes U.S. firms, the government sector, and private individuals to new risks that originate and are often effectuated entirely in cyberspace. Due to the difficulty of identifying and punishing malicious actors, and the ever-greater interconnectedness stemming from the intensified use of the Internet, malicious cyber activity is becoming more and more widespread. Malicious actors range from lone individuals to highly sophisticated nation-states, and they pose a potential threat to all Americans using any information and communications technologies.

Malicious cyber activity imposes considerable costs on the U.S. economy. Some costs are more immediate and include the value of sensitive information and intellectual property stolen by hackers, as well as the loss of revenues, data, and equipment due to disruptive cyberattacks and data breaches. Other costs are longer term, such as the slow rate of adoption of new, productivity-boosting information technologies and the underinvestment in research and development stemming from poor protection against cyber theft. The ongoing costs could escalate considerably in the event of an attack with large-scale consequences—for example, an attack on critical infrastructure sectors that are crucial for the smooth functioning of the U.S. economy.

Cybersecurity is a common good. A firm with weak cybersecurity imposes negative externalities on its customers, employees, and other firms tied to it through partnerships and supply chain relations. In the presence of externalities, firms would rationally underinvest in cybersecurity relative to the socially optimal level. Therefore, it often falls to regulators to devise a series of penalties and incentives to increase the level of investment to the desired level.

The marketplace is responding to the growing level of cyber threats. Firms are increasingly outsourcing cyber protection functions to the blossoming cybersecurity sector. The emergence of the cyber insurance market helps firms share the risk of cybersecurity compromises. However, these positive developments are hampered by firms’ reluctance to share information on past malicious cyber activity directed at them, along with the cyber threats they currently face. This resistance stems from a variety of concerns, such as the fact that investors will respond negatively, causing the stock price to plunge, that the firm will suffer reputational damage and be exposed to lawsuits and regulatory actions, or that the revelation of potential vulnerabilities could lead to additional cybersecurity exposure. Despite the regulatory requirement that material cybersecurity events be reported by publicly traded firms, there is a general agreement that underreporting is pervasive. As a result of this underreporting, the frequencies and costs of various types of malicious cyber activity directed at firms are largely unknown, and this lack of information hampers the ability of all actors to respond effectively and immediately.

In addition, the scarcity of information may be slowing down the development of the cyber insurance market. Further, the use of common technologies among otherwise unrelated firms may impede the development of the cyber insurance market. Common vulnerabilities in these technologies cause cybersecurity risks to be correlated across firms in complicated and little-understood patterns, which makes it difficult for insurance companies to construct properly diversified portfolios of insured firms.

Continued cooperation between the public and private sectors is the key to effectively managing cybersecurity risks. The ongoing efforts by the private sector involve making information technology more secure, providing timely defenses to new threats, and further developing platforms for anonymous information sharing on cybersecurity threats. The government is likewise important in incentivizing cyber protection—for example, by disseminating new cybersecurity standards, sharing best practices, conducting basic research on cybersecurity, protecting critical infrastructures, preparing future employees for the cybersecurity workforce, and enforcing the rule of law in cyberspace.

Attorney General Sessions Announces New Cybersecurity Task Force

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered the creation of the Justice Department’s Cyber-Digital Task Force, which will canvass the many ways that the Department is combatting the global cyber threat, and will also identify how federal law enforcement can more effectively accomplish its mission in this vital and evolving area.

“The Internet has given us amazing new tools that help us work, communicate, and participate in our economy, but these tools can also be exploited by criminals, terrorists, and enemy governments,” Attorney General Sessions said.  “At the Department of Justice, we take these threats seriously.  That is why today I am ordering the creation of a Cyber-Digital Task Force to advise me on the most effective ways that this Department can confront these threats and keep the American people safe.”

The Task Force will be chaired by a senior Department official appointed by the Deputy Attorney General and will consist of representatives from the Department’s Criminal Division, the National Security Division, the United States Attorney’s Office community, the Office of Legal Policy, the Office of Privacy and Civil Liberties, the Office of the Chief Information Officer, the ATF, FBI, DEA, and the U.S. Marshals Service.  The Deputy Attorney General may invite representatives from other Department of Justice components and from other federal agencies to participate in the Task Force. He may also establish subcommittees to focus the Task Force’s efforts.

The Task Force will be responsible for issuing a report to the Attorney General by the end of June. 

The Attorney General has asked the Task Force to prioritize its study of efforts to interfere with our elections; efforts to interfere with our critical infrastructure; the use of the Internet to spread violent ideologies and to recruit followers; the mass theft of corporate, governmental, and private information; the use of technology to avoid or frustrate law enforcement; and the mass exploitation of computers and other digital devices to attack American citizens and businesses.  The scope of the Task Force’s report is not limited to these categories.

Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen Statement on Cybersecurity for the Nation’s Election

WASHINGTON - Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen released the following statement on Department of Homeland Security (DHS) participation in a series of coordination meetings with state and local election officials, private sector companies, and federal partners to discuss cybersecurity for the nation’s election infrastructure.

“The American public’s confidence that their vote counts -- and is counted correctly -- relies on secure election infrastructure. The first primaries of the 2018 midterm election cycle are just around the corner, and DHS and our federal, state and local partners have been working together for more than a year to bolster the cybersecurity of the nation’s election infrastructure. Last week, I had the opportunity to meet with the Executive Board of the National Association of Secretaries of States, who were in town along with representatives from all 50 states and a number of local jurisdictions for a series of meetings and briefings on this important issue. I thanked them for their partnership and pledged the Department will continue its support to state and local election officials, primarily through sharing timely and actionable threat information and offering cybersecurity services.”

A readout of DHS meetings with state election officials and other election sector partners:

WASHINGTON – Last week, senior officials from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) participated in a series of coordination meetings with state and local election officials, private sector companies, and federal partners to discuss cybersecurity for the nation’s election infrastructure.

Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018

DHS, the Election Assistance Commission (EAC), The National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS), the National Association of State Election Directors (NASED), and state and local election officials convened a meeting of the Government Coordinating Council (GCC) for the Election Infrastructure Subsector.  The GCC was established in October and provides a well-tested mechanism for sharing threat information between the federal government and council partners, advancing risk management efforts, and prioritizing focus of services available to sector partners in a trusted environment. 

DHS met with private sector election industry representatives in Arlington, Va., who had gathered to formally establish a Sector Coordinating Council (SCC) for the Election Infrastructure Subsector, the private sector counterpart to the GCC.  This GCC-SCC structure is used by the 16 critical infrastructure sectors to facilitate joint engagement with government and private sector entities and to coordinate security and resilience efforts.  The charter organizations of the SCC for the Election Infrastructure Subsector include 25 private sector and non-government organizations (listed below).

Friday, Feb. 16, 2018

On Friday, Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen met with the NASS Executive Board to discuss DHS’ commitment to working with state election officials on cybersecurity for the midterm elections and beyond.

In addition, DHS joined together with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to sponsor classified briefings for election officials from all 50 states.  A similar briefing occurred on Sunday, February 18, 2018. These briefings focused on increasing awareness of foreign adversary intent and capabilities against the states’ election infrastructure, as well as a discussion of threat mitigation efforts.

Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018

On Saturday, DHS met with Secretaries of State and other chief election officials at the NASS Winter Conference and National Association of State Election Directors (NASED) Winter Conference.  National Protection and Programs Directorate Senior Official Performing the Duties of the Under Secretary Chris Krebs and Acting Deputy Under Secretary Bob Kolasky addressed attendees at the NASS conference.  Acting Deputy Under Secretary Kolasky then met with NASED.  At both conferences, DHS reiterated the department’s commitment to working with election officials and system owners to support their efforts and determine where DHS support adds the most value. The department lends its expertise and services to election partners on a voluntary basis, including risk and vulnerability assessments, cyber hygiene scans, providing real-time threat intelligence feeds, issuing security clearances to state officials, partnering on incident response planning, and delivering cybersecurity training.

FRA Announces $73 Million Available for Rail Capital Projects and Operating Assistance

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) today announced that it is accepting applications for $73 million in grant funding for projects that can strengthen intercity passenger rail, support capital projects and boost safety initiatives that may include the implementation of positive train control, improved highway-rail grade crossings, and congestion mitigation.

“These grants are important resources in the Department’s ongoing efforts to strengthen our Nation’s overall rail systems, deploy positive train control and improve highway-rail grade crossings,” U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao said. 

The funding, made available through new grant programs, is authorized by the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act and funded through the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2017. These grants are expected to leverage private, state and local investments to boost a wide range of rail projects, including the potential for implementing positive train control, improving highway-rail grade crossings, mitigating congestion, repairing or replacing railroad assets, and enhancing intercity passenger rail transportation.

This announcement and solicitation reflects the White House’s Infrastructure principles, including: (A) Supporting economic vitality at the national and regional level; (B) Leveraging Federal funding to attract other, non-Federal sources of infrastructure investment, as well as accounting for the life-cycle costs of the project; (C) Using innovative approaches to improve safety and expedite project delivery; and (D) Holding grant recipients accountable for their performance and achieving specific, measurable outcomes identified by grant applicants.

Funds will be dispersed through the Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety Improvements (CRISI) grant program and the Restoration and Enhancement Grants program.

The notices of funding opportunity (NOFO) have been submitted to the Federal Register and will be publishing shortly. To view the NOFOs, visit https://www.fra.dot.gov/eLib/Details/L19360 and https://www.fra.dot.gov/eLib/Details/L19361.

At least 25 percent, or $17 million, of CRISI’s $68 million in funding will be used for rural projects like highway-rail grade crossing improvement projects.   Another $10 million is available for certain capital projects like rail line relocation and improvement or grade separation projects that contribute to the safe initiation or restoration of intercity passenger rail service. A portion of funding from the CRISI and Restoration and Enhancement programs—$2.2 million set-aside for Special Transportation Circumstances—is directed to grants for freight or intercity passenger rail capital projects in Alaska, South Dakota and Wyoming.

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Elbit Systems to Participate for the First Time in the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

HAIFA, Israel, Feb. 21, 2018  -- Elbit Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ: ESLT) (TASE: ESLT) ("Elbit Systems" or "the Company") announces that it will be showcasing for the first time at the Mobile World Congress, taking place in Barcelona from February 26 until March 1, 2018. Visitors to the Company's booth (Hall 2 #2E50) will be able to view a demonstration of WideBridge™, an innovative, proven and secure, immediate communication solution for small and medium businesses. 

WideBridge is comprised of proprietary technology that enables Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) to provide organizations with an immediate secure communication service over LTE/3G/WiFi networks. WideBridge enables MNOs to offer Push to Talk over Cellular (PoC) communication, enhanced with Voice, Video and Map activated services. Integrated into the business' operational processes and organizational information technology systems, WideBridge facilitates group collaboration among people and devices. WideBridge enables immediate cross organizational communication at the push of a button, replacing legacy PTT systems and providing customers with a secure and cost effective solution, fully compatible with Android and iOS systems.

Tested by first responders in homeland security and crisis management events, WideBridge is a field proven system that draws on Elbit Systems' decades of experience in communication systems. Pelephone, a leading Israeli MNO, has recently integrated Elbit Systems' WideBridge into its core network and initiated a large scale user trial of an advanced PoC based organizational communication service package that includes group video calls, conversation recording, web-camera connectivity and the presentation of user location on a digital map.

Israel Eiby, VP Business Customers of Pelephone, commented: "Pelephone has identified the need for immediate yet smart organizational communications. Spearheading the IoT revolution in Israel, Pelephone selected Elbit Systems' innovative solution that enables seamless, efficient and cost effective integration between various communications platforms and the organization core systems. The combination of our leading market position and Elbit Systems' technology leadership enables us to introduce an advanced PoC service that provides our customers with a comprehensive solution from application, through management interface to handsets."

Haim Teichholtz, VP Engineering of Elbit Systems Land and C4I Division, said: "Technological innovation is a core competence of Elbit Systems. We are proud to demonstrate the Widebridge system, leveraging our technological leadership in defense communications to provide innovative solutions for business organizations."

About Elbit Systems

Elbit Systems Ltd. is an international high technology company engaged in a wide range of defense, homeland security and commercial programs throughout the world. The Company, which includes Elbit Systems and its subsidiaries, operates in the areas of aerospace, land and naval systems, command, control, communications, computers, intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance ("C4ISR"), unmanned aircraft systems, advanced electro-optics, electro-optic space systems, EW suites, signal intelligence systems, data links and communications systems, radios and cyber-based systems. The Company also focuses on the upgrading of existing platforms, developing new technologies for defense, homeland security and commercial applications and providing a range of support services, including training and simulation systems.

For additional information, visit: www.elbitsystems.com, follow us on Twitter or visit our official YouTube Channel.

This press release contains forward‑looking statements (within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended) regarding Elbit Systems Ltd. and/or its subsidiaries (collectively the Company), to the extent such statements do not relate to historical or current fact. Forward-looking statements are based on management's expectations, estimates, projections and assumptions.  Forward‑looking statements are made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, as amended. These statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve certain risks and uncertainties, which are difficult to predict. Therefore, actual future results, performance and trends may differ materially from these forward‑looking statements due to a variety of factors, including, without limitation: scope and length of customer contracts; governmental regulations and approvals; changes in governmental budgeting priorities; general market, political and economic conditions in the countries in which the Company operates or sells, including Israel and the United States among others; differences in anticipated and actual program performance, including the ability to perform under long-term fixed-price contracts; and the outcome of legal and/or regulatory proceedings. The factors listed above are not all-inclusive, and further information is contained in Elbit Systems Ltd.'s latest annual report on Form 20-F, which is on file with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. All forward‑looking statements speak only as of the date of this release. The Company does not undertake to update its forward-looking statements.

Elbit Systems Ltd., its logo, brand, product, service and process names appearing in this Press Release are the trademarks or service marks of Elbit Systems Ltd. or its affiliated companies. All other brand, product, service and process names appearing are the trademarks of their respective holders. Reference to or use of a product, service or process other than those of Elbit Systems Ltd. does not imply recommendation, approval, affiliation or sponsorship of that product, service or process by Elbit Systems Ltd. Nothing contained herein shall be construed as conferring by implication, estoppel or otherwise any license or right under any patent, copyright, trademark or other intellectual property right of Elbit Systems Ltd. or any third party, except as expressly granted herein.

Contact:

David Vaaknin David
VP, Head of Corporate Communications
Tel:  +972-77-2946691
Cell: +972-52-8000403
[email protected]

Dana Tal-Noyman
Manager Corporate Communications & Digital
Tel: +972-77-2948809
Cell: +972-54-9998809
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Noga Hatkevitz
Corporate Communications
Tel: +972-77-2947541
Cell: +972-54-9990424
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Locust USA, Inc Signs $19 Million Technology Investment Agreement With The U.S. Army

MIAMI, Feb. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Locust USA, Inc, through its wholly-owned subsidiary UAV Turbines, Inc. ("UAVT"), a developer of advanced heavy-fuel microturbine propulsion systems, announced that it has entered into a $19 million Technology Investment Agreement ("TIA") with the U.S. Army to collaborate in development of an efficient and reliable/durable small turboprop gas turbine engine for propulsion in the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) arena.

The development goals encompass engine capabilities beneficial to both military and commercial markets. This initiative is part of the Army's "Reliable Advanced Small Power Systems (RASPS) Technology Demonstration" program whose overall objective is to design, manufacture and test a 200 shp class advanced technology engine to technical readiness level (TRL) 6.

"As the demand for UAV missions increases, a reliable heavy-fuel propulsion system that also produces sufficient electrical power is the key to a successful program," said Dan Mikkelson, UAVT's Chief Design Engineer. "This effort is a potential solution to providing this vital capability with significant advantages over the presently available systems."

The fundamental technology for development of the more advanced 200 shp class turbine engine that RASPS will develop over the next 5 years has been demonstrated in UAVT's UTP50R propulsion system, a 50 hp class turbine engine with a recuperator, high-speed gearbox, variable-pitch propeller, and Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC).

Mikkelson further noted that "the planned advanced technology RASPS engine demonstrator system will increase power to the 200 shp class (with 5 kW or more of electric power) and provide even further advances in performance over the UTP50R in a high reliability, long life engine system.  The RASPS program is targeting performance goals that include higher power-to-weight ratio and lower Brake Specific Fuel Consumption (BSFC), using advanced concepts, materials, and system optimization.  A special focus will be on technology that greatly improves reliability over conventional engine systems."

"We're honored to have been selected to participate with the Army in the effort to create more effective UAV propulsion systems," stated Kirk M. Warshaw, CEO of UAVT. "We share the Army's recognition that the propulsion system is the key enabling technology for future UAV's and the foundation on which other technologies will depend."

"This RASPS development project will demonstrate clear advantages in our technology for military as well as commercial and industrial customers," commented Fred Frigerio, UAVT's Senior VP.  "It is a unique and very challenging technology to develop, but given our successful 10 hp and 50 hp turbine systems, we are confident that we can meet the Army's goals.  We look forward to collaborating with our counterparts at AMRDEC's ADD on a regular basis to ensure that we end up with the best possible solution in the shortest time-frame."

About UAVT
UAVT is a privately owned, Florida based company focused on the research, design, and development of microturbines for use in UAV propulsion systems and portable ground power applications.  Through its parent company Locust USA, founded in 2000, UAVT has been tasked with designing and developing small, quiet, lightweight, fuel efficient turbines that run on heavy fuels.

See: http://www.uavturbines.com.

ABOUT AMRDEC  
U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center provides increased responsiveness to the nation's Warfighter through aviation and missile capabilities and life cycle engineering solutions.

AMRDEC has the mission to develop technology and engineering solutions for America's Soldiers. AMRDEC employs nearly 10,000 civilian scientists, researchers, and engineers.

The views and conclusions contained in this document are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as representing the official policies, either expressed or implied, of the Aviation Development Directorate, Aviation Applied Technology Directorate or the U.S. Government.

Contact:
Nels Winkless
561-935-3078
[email protected]

SOURCE UAV Turbines, Inc

Global Electronic Access Control Systems (EACS) Industry

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Electronic Access Control Systems (EACS) in US$ by the following Types: Card-Based EACS, Biometrics-Based EACS, Audio and Video-Based EACS, and Keypad-Based EACS.

The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2016 through 2024. Also, a five-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs.

The report profiles 243 companies including many key and niche players such as:
- ADT LLC
- Allegion plc
- ASSA ABLOY AB
- Axis Communications AB
- BIO-key, International, Inc.
- Bosch Security Systems



Read the full report: https://www.reportlinker.com/p03449656

ELECTRONIC ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS (EACS) MCP-1142 A GLOBAL STRATEGIC BUSINESS REPORT CONTENTS

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations
Disclaimers
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics
Product Definitions and Scope of Study
Card-Based EACS
Biometrics-Based EACS
Audio and Video-Based EACS
Keypad-Based EACS

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
EACS: Enabling Easier Protection and Control of Assets, People, and Property through Authorized & Restricted Access
EACS: The Dominant Electronic Security Systems Category
Table 1: Global Electronic Security Systems Market by Category (2017): Percentage Share Breakdown of Revenues for Alarms, Electronic Access Control Systems, CCTV and Video Surveillance Systems, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Important Factors Driving Widespread Adoption of EACS over the Years
Consumer Perception of Crime
Regulatory Mandates
New Building Constructions/Renovations
Product Innovations & Introductions
Growing Need to Establish a National Identity Framework in Countries across the World: The Fundamental Growth Driver
Secure Document Implementations across the World by 2021
Economic Empowerment through National Identity
Mobile Identity (mID)
Digital Driver’s License on the Mobile Phone
National Identity Schemes
Global Market Outlook
Developing Countries to Spearhead Growth and Replace the Hitherto Dominant US and European Markets
Table 2: Global Electronic Access Control Systems (EACS) Market (2017): Value Market Shares of Developed Regions/Countries (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 3: Global Electronic Access Control Systems Market - Major Regions/Countries Ranked by Value CAGR for 2016-2024: Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Rest of World, USA, Canada, Europe, and Japan (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

2. COMPETITION
Electronic Access Control Systems Marketplace: Fragmented and Highly Competitive
Table 4: Leading Players in the Global Access Control Market (2017): Percentage Market Share Breakdown of Value Sales for Allegion, ASSA ABLOY, dormakaba, Stanley Black & Decker, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Major Smart Card Companies Summarized
Major Players in Card-Based Access Systems Summarized
Notable Access Control Systems
Protection 1
Tyco
Brivo
ADT
IDenticard
Stanley
Kisi
Honeywell
Vanderbilt
ISONAS
Rising Competition and Maturing Demand Scenario: Major Deterrents for Card-Based EACS Players
Players from Developed Markets Face Growing Competition from Low-Cost Asian Manufacturers
Rising Competition Lead to Falling Equipment Prices
Asian Manufacturers Steadily Penetrate the Global Fingerprint Biometrics Market
Widespread Consumer Awareness: The Crucible for Success
M&A Activity Rife in the EACS Market
Select Merger & Acquisition (M&A) Deals in the Global EACS Marketplace: 2013-2017

3. MARKET TRENDS & DRIVERS
EACS’ Grand Convergence Supported by Game Changing Trends and Technologies Drive Strong Market Growth
Wireless Technology
Cybersecurity
Biometrics
Near Field Communications
Drone Technology
Advancement of IP
Convergence
Internet of Things (IoT)
The Cloud
Compliance
Wireless Locks
Secure, Connected Identities
Modularization of Systems
User Privacy
Advanced Authentication Options
Policy and Deployment
Industry Collaborations & Cross Industry Partnerships
Other Prominent Factors
Widespread Adoption of Smart Mobile Devices Enabling Anytime, Anywhere Access Control Drive Market Penetration
Smartphones Revolutionize Access Control Technology
Global Smartphones Penetration: Important Opportunity Indicators
Table 5: Global Smartphone Adoption Rate (%) and Connections (Millions) for the Period 2013-2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 6: Smartphone Penetration as a Proportion (%) of Total Mobile Users in Select Countries (2015 & 2017) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Growing Popularity of Smarts Cards in Providing Enhanced Protection Drives Healthy Demand for Card-Based EACS
Smart Cards Outshines Traditional Legacy & Proximity Cards
Remote Login Made Secure by Smart Card Based EACS
Demand for Multi-Application Smart Cards Gain Momentum
Multiple Applications of Smart Cards Summarized
Smart Card EACS as Smart ID Badges
Smart Card EACS for Accessing Free Hospitality & Food Services
Smart Card EACS as Attendance Management Tool
Smart Card EACS for ‘Transit & Parking Service’ Payments
Smart Cards Aim to Enable Equipment Access in Industrial Applications
Biometrics: The Critically Important Authentication Technology Fast Replace the Vulnerable Traditional Access Control Approaches
Benefits
Market Drivers in a Nutshell
Market Inhibitors
Biometrics: The Dominant Electronic Access Control Technology
Frictionless Face and Iris Recognition Technologies to Take Over Fingerprint Biometrics
Frictionless Access Control vis-à-vis Multi-Modal Biometrics
Law Enforcement Agencies to Invest Significantly in Biometrics Implementations
Expanding e-Governance Projects Drive Opportunities
Prisons & Detention Centers Bank on Biometrics Technology
Ubiquitous Access Control Cards to Stay Relevant Despite Rise of Biometrics
Massive Installed Base
Non-Requirement of Higher Security
Cards Work Every Time
Simple Measures to Improve Card Security
Upcoming Smart Cities to Fuel Large-Scale Adoption
Table 7: Number of Smart Cities Worldwide (2013, 2015, 2017E, and 2020P) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 8: Number of Smart Cities Worldwide by Geographic Region (2025) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Smart Homes to Drive Demand for Biometric Solutions
Growing Trend towards Affordable & Efficient Access Control Solutions Boost Adoption of Cloud Based ACaaS
Access Control as a Service (ACaaS): A Plug and Play Environment for Access Control Deployments
Cloud Services to Drive Mobility for Audio & Video Authentication
Rising Need for Identification and Authentication Drive Demand in the Commercial & Enterprise Sector
Globalization & Workforce Decentralization Boost EACS Demand
Stringent Data Protection Laws Benefit Prospects in the Enterprise Sector
Biometrics Identify Potential Opportunities in the Retail Segment
E-Commerce/M-Commerce: Opportunities Galore
Small and Mid-Sized Businesses: A Lucrative Market Segment
Banking and Financial Services Sector: Most Promising End-use Market for EACS
Biometric Payment Cards Provide Additional Security
Expanding Social Network Footprint Opens Opportunities
EACS: A Mandatory Requirement for the Industrial Sector
Hand Geometry Biometrics for Harsh Working Environments
Behavioral EACS Technologies Gain Prominence
Rising Penetration of EACS Solutions in Airport Security Promote Market Expansion
Immigration Control & Travel Document Verification
EACS Deployments Gain Traction in the Hospitality Sector
Card-based EACS: A Widely Acknowledged Access Technology in Hospitality Facilities
Different Types of Access Cards for Hospitality Sector: A Snapshot
Hospitality Sector Offers Significant Growth Opportunities for Biometrics-based EACS
Increasing Deployments of EACS in the Education Sector Lends Traction to Market Growth
Smart Card EACS Gaining Traction in Educational Facilities
Healthcare Establishments Offer Huge Untapped Market Potential for EACS
Contactless Access
Sm art Cards and Readers
Recovery in Construction Activity Worldwide Offer Bright Prospects for the EACS Market
Table 9: Global Construction Output by Country (2016): Breakdown of Construction Output (US$ Billion) and Percentage Change by 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 10: Percentage Contribution to Growth in Global Construction Output by Major Countries over the Period 2010-2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 11: Growth in the Global Construction Market by Sector: 2018-2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 12: Global Construction Market by Region (2017 & 2020P): Percentage Breakdown of Construction Spending for Asia, Western Europe, North America, Latin America, Eastern Europe, Africa, and Middle East (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Exponential Increase in Global Urban Population Benefits Market Demand
Table 13: World Urban Population in Thousands: 1950-2050P (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 14: Percentage of Urban Population in Select Countries (2016 & 2050) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

4. INNOVATIONS AND ADVANCEMENTS
Cloud-based PACS (Physical-Access- Control-Systems)
Mobile Credential System, Two-Factor Authentication System and Other Advanced Systems
Smartphones as Credentials for Cardless Financial Transactions
Offline/Wireless Locks
Sony’s FeliCa Technology
Bigger Fingerprint Sensors for Smart Cards
Advancements in Smart Card Readers
IP-Based Access Control Solutions
Wireless Access Control Solutions
Innovative Wire-Free Access Control Solutions
Aperio®
CLIQâ„¢
SMARTairâ„¢
Intelligent Buildings and Intelligent Smart Security Systems
Intelligent Smart Applications
Select Innovative Access Control Solutions and Components
Symmetry V8.1 Access Control Software
Pure IPâ„¢ RC-04 from ISONAS
New Advanced Access Control Solutions from Yale
JustIN Mobile
IOM Access Control Tablet
Cellular Select Gate Series
HID Mobile Access
Trilogy T2 DL2700LD Keyless, Wireless Lock
Keys as a Service
PoE Locks
Detex Lockdown Solution for Educational Facilities
Keyscan Aurora Access Control Management Software
Net2 PaxLock Wireless Access Control Unit
Open Options SSPD2 Intelligent Controller
i2 Box Mini Access Control Management Appliance
Video Intercom with multiCLASS SE Card Readers
FlashLock for Mobile Access
USB Audit Lock 3006/3007
K200 Cabinet Locks
Universal Grade 1 Strikes
XS4 One
XS4 Mini Escutcheon
DKS 9024 Slide Gate Operator
nex-Touch Keypad Lock
Integrated Access Control Solutions
Innovative Access Control Solutions for the Healthcare Industry
KeyWatcher Touch Solution
NDE Wireless Locks
Electric-Release Control Trim Solutions
Keyscan Aurora Access Control Management Software
Dortronics 1107xEDR Locks
AT-5200 Tailgate-Detection System
Multi-Technology Solutions
Network Interface Card (NIC) for Wi-Fi Based Wireless LAN
EFT-POS Terminals & Contactless Readers
Fingerprint Recognition Systems with Multiple Fingerprint Readers
Contactless Fingerprint Systems
High Mega Pixel HD Resolution Cameras for Face Recognition
3D Technology in Face Recognition Biometrics
Key Comparisons: 2D VS 3D Face Recognition
Advancements in Hand Geometry Biometrics
3D Fingerprint Scanners
Advancements in Iris Biometrics

5. ISSUES & CHALLENGES
High Implementation Costs of Card-Based EACS
Privacy Issues with Biometrics
Lack of Awareness
Lack of Interoperability: A Technical Challenge
Inhibiting Costs of Biometrics
Hygiene Issues Take Centre Stage in Fingerprint EACS
Public Apprehensions Mar Wider Adoption of Fingerprint Identification
Issues with Fingerprint Capturing
Fingerprint Capturing Issues in a Nutshell
Forgery of Fingerprints: A Major Issue
Scalability Issues with Iris Biometrics
Legal Issues with Iris Biometrics
Creating Awareness on Safety of Iris Technology: Need of the Hour
Psychological Factors: A Key Barrier to Adoption of Facial and Voice Recognition

6. PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Electronic Access Control Systems (EACS): A Prelude
Types of Electronic Access Control Systems
Card-Based Electronic Access Control Systems
Bar Code Cards
Barium Ferrite Cards
Dual Function Cards
Magnetic Stripe Cards
Wiegand Cards
Proximity Cards & Proximity Readers
Smart Cards
Optical Cards
Hands-Free Systems
Token-based systems
Legacy Technology Based Cards
Biometrics-Based Electronic Access Control Systems
Fingerprint Identification Systems
Facial Recognition Systems
Voice Recognition Systems
Hand Geometry Systems
Iris Scanning Systems
Biometrics Physical Access Control
Audio and Video-Based Electronic Access Control Systems
Keypad-Based Electronic Access Control Systems
Digital Keypad Systems
Online Systems
Multi-Technology Electronic Access Control Systems
E-Justice: Express Entry System
Biometric Sensors with Smart Cards

7. PRODUCT LAUNCHES
Midpoint Security Introduces a Free Edition of CredoID Access Control Software
HID Global Introduces New Standards-Based Identity and Access management (IAM) Solution
Traka Announces Traka32 and Traka Web Software Integrates with Open Options' DNA Fusion Platform
Alarm Lock Expands Trilogy® T2 Series
Vanderbilt Rolls Out ACT365 Cloud Access Control Service
Sielox Unveils AnyWare Browser-Based Access Control Platform
Suprema Launches CoreStationâ„¢
NSC Announces Ultra-Quiet Linear PRO Accessâ„¢ and Smart Garage Door Openers
Bosch Launches a Digital Vehicle Access System
Crossmatch® Introduces Nomad™, line of Biometric Fingerprint Modules and Readers
Bosch Extends Flexibility and Security of LECTUS
Safran Identity & Security Launches MorphoAccess® SIGMA Extreme
Crossmatch Launches Nomadâ„¢ Biometric Fingerprint Modules and Readers
NEC Introduces NeoFace Express Facial Recognition Solution
Identiv Introduces Physical Access Cards with MIFARE DESFire EV2
Chatsworth Unveils High-tech Cabinet Lock
Identiv Introduces RFID Access Cards
Identiv Unveils Cisco-Integrated ICPAM 3.0
Suprema to Launch FaceStation 2

8. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY
Honeywell to Spin-Off ADI and its Home Security Businesses
Pelco and AMAG Join Forces to Provide Integrated Surveillance and Access Control Solution
IdentiSys Acquires ACS and ACS East
HID Global Acquires Arjo Systems SAS
ASSA ABLOY Acquires August Home
ADT Acquires Gaston Security
Identiv Partners with Zwipe for Access Control Card Formatting Services
HID Global® to Acquire Mercury Security
ADT Acquires Protec, Inc.
SALTO Systems Partners with Genetec
Axis Integrates HID’s Mobile Access Control Solution to its Network Door Controller and Entry Manager Software
ASSA ABLOY Acquires IDS
Northrop Grumman Select Livescan Solution of Crossmatch
3M Sells Identity Management Business to Gemalto
Genetec Partners with STid
Crossmatch Secures IARPA Contract
FST Biometrics Partners with Genetec
NEC Canada Enters into Agreement with Featurecom, Inc.
dormakaba Acquires Mechanical Security Business of Stanley Black & Decker
Symantec Acquires LifeLock, Inc.
Allegion and BadgePass Enters into Partnership

9. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS
ADT LLC (USA)
Allegion plc (Ireland)
ASSA ABLOY AB (Sweden)
HID Global Corporation (USA)
Axis Communications AB (Sweden)
BIO-key, International, Inc. (USA)
Bosch Security Systems (Germany)
Crossmatch Technologies, Inc. (USA)
DoorKing, Inc. (USA)
dormakaba Holding AG (Switzerland)
Fermax Electronica S.A.U. (Spain)
Gemalto N.V. (Netherlands)
Gunnebo AB (Sweden)
Honeywell International, Inc. (USA)
IDenticard Systems (USA)
Identiv Inc. (USA)
ISONAS (USA)
Johnson Controls International Plc (Ireland)
Kisi, Inc. (USA)
NAPCO Security Technologies, Inc. (USA)
NEC Corporation of America, Inc. (USA)
Nortek Security and Control LLC (USA)
Oberthur Technologies SA (France)
IDEMIA (France)
Pelco, Inc. (USA)
SecuGen Corporation (USA)
Sony Corporation (Japan)
STANLEY Security (UK)
The Chamberlain Group, Inc. (USA)
UTC Climate, Controls & Security (USA)
Vanderbilt Industries (USA)

10. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE
Table 15: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 16: World Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 17: World 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 18: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Card-Based Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 19: World Historic Review for Card-Based Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 20: World 14-Year Perspective for Card-Based Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 21: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Biometrics-Based Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 22: World Historic Review for Biometrics-Based Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 23: World 14-Year Perspective for Biometrics-Based Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 24: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Audio & Video-Based Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 25: World Historic Review for Audio & Video-Based Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 26: World 14-Year Perspective for Audio & Video-Based Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 27: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Keypad-Based Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 28: World Historic Review for Keypad-Based Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 29: World 14-Year Perspective for Keypad-Based Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 30: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by End Use Sector - Commercial, Transportation, Government, and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 31: World Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by End Use Sector - Commercial, Transportation, Government, and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 32: World 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by End Use Sector - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Commercial, Transportation, Government, and Other Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES
A.Market Analysis
Growing Demand for New-Age Access Control Technologies in Various Application Sectors Drive Healthy Market Growth
Key Trends and Drivers Summarized
Table 33: The US Access Control Systems Market by End-Use Segment (2017E): Percentage Share Breakdown of Revenues for Banking & Financial Services; Entertainment & Retail; Government Agencies; Hospitals & Educational Centers; Office Buildings; Process & Manufacturing Facilities; Residential Buildings; and Transportation & Logistics (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Advanced Credential Technologies to Disrupt the US Access Control Market
Rising Government Spending on Biometric Technologies Drives Market Demand
Table 34: The US Biometrics Market by Technology Type (2017E): Percentage Share of Government Spending for Face Identification, Fingerprint Recognition, Iris Scan, Signature Recognition, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 35: Select Ongoing & Upcoming Government Biometric Systems Programs in the US
Security Enhancement Needs Spur Demand for Biometric Technologies in Airport Security
Iris Biometrics Gain Prominence in Criminal Profiling and Online/Mobile Banking
Healthcare Sector Offers Significant Growth Opportunities for Voice and Iris Biometrics
Hospitals: An Important Growth Area for Iris Biometrics
Growing Popularity of Smart Cards Sustain Market Growth for Card-Based EACS
Continued Preference for Smart Cards by Federal Agencies
UMRAA: A Novel Patient Record System Proposed for Records Maintenance
Shift to Cloud to Gain More Traction
Access Control-as-a-Service (ACaaS)
Larger Enterprise End-Users More Interested in the Technology behind Systems
Manufacturers and Systems Integrators to Improve RMR (Recurring-Monthly-Revenues)
Increasing Prominence of Integrated Systems
New Technologies Continue to Emerge
Providers of Hosted/Managed Access Control Services Target SMBs
Large Enterprises have Distinct Access Control Needs
Large Vendors in the Market to Thrive Despite the Enthusiasm of New Entrants
Urgent Need to Focus on Cybersecurity Aspects
High Profile Crime Events Spurs Demand for EACS in Education Facilities
Smart Cards in the US Universities
Fingerprint Biometrics in School Bus Transportation
Key Concerns and Challenges
Lack of Disruptive Technologies
Lack of Consistent Standards
Product Launches
Strategic Corporate Developments
Select Key Players
B.Market Analytics
Table 36: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 37: US Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 38: US 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

2. CANADA
A.Market Analysis
Smart Cards and Biometrics Continue to Rule the Canadian EACS Market
Regulations
Strategic Corporate Development
B.Market Analytics
Table 39: Canadian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 40: Canadian Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 41: Canadian 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

3. JAPAN
A.Market Analysis
Growing Demand for Biometrics and Smart Cards Drive Market Growth
Facial Recognition at Airports to Boost Prospects
Sony Corporation - A Major Japan-Based Company
B.Market Analytics
Table 42: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 43: Japanese Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 44: Japanese 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

4. EUROPE
A.Market Analysis
Market Overview
Demand for Card-Based EACS Continue to Rise in Europe
Healthcare Sector: A Major End-Use Segment for Smart Cards
Rising Focus on International Trade Bodes Well for Fingerprint Biometrics
B.Market Analytics
Table 45: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 46: European Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 47: European 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 48: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 49: European Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 50: European 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

4a. FRANCE
A.Market Analysis
Product Launch
Select Key Players
B.Market Analytics
Table 51: French Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 52: French Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 53: French 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

4b. GERMANY
A.Market Analysis
Product Launches
Bosch Security Systems - A Major Germany- Based Company
B.Market Analytics
Table 54: German Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 55: German Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 56: German 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

4c. ITALY
Market Analysis
Table 57: Italian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 58: Italian Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 59: Italian 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

4d. THE UNITED KINGDOM
A.Market Analysis
Increased Investments in Non-Residential Sector Drive the EACS Market
Rising Government Spending Benefit Fingerprint Biometrics Market
Table 60: The UK Biometrics Market by Technology Type (2017E): Percentage Share Breakdown of Government Spending for Face Recognition, Fingerprint Recognition, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
IRIS Biometrics Lose Out to Chip-enabled Biometrics at the UK Airports
Increasing Deployment of Smart Cards in the Healthcare Sector Boosts Demand
Product Launch
Strategic Corporate Development
STANLEY Security - A Major UK-Based Company
B.Market Analytics
Table 61: UK Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 62: UK Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 63: UK 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

4e. SPAIN
A.Market Analysis
Strategic Corporate Development
Fermax Electronica S.A.U. - A Major Spain-Based Company
B.Market Analytics
Table 64: Spanish Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 65: Spanish Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 66: Spanish 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

4f. RUSSIA
A.Market Analysis
Increasing Government Investments Drive Biometrics Market Growth
Table 67: Russian Biometrics Market by Technology Type (2017E): Percentage Share Breakdown of Government Spending for Face Recognition, Fingerprint Recognition, Iris Scanning, Signature Recognition, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Electronic Security Systems Market: An Overview
Growing Adoption of Smart Card Technologies for Access Control
B.Market Analytics
Table 68: Russian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 69: Russian Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 70: Russian 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

4g. REST OF EUROPE
A.Market Analysis
Eastern Europe Offers Significant Growth Opportunities for Smart Cards
Product Launch
Strategic Corporate Developments
Select Key Players
B.Market Analytics
Table 71: Rest of Europe Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 72: Rest of Europe Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 73: Rest of Europe 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

5. ASIA-PACIFIC
A.Market Analysis
Unpenetrated and Underpenetrated Nature of the Market Offers Lucrative Market Growth Opportunities
Table 74: Global Electronic Access Control Systems Market - Major Regions/Countries Ranked by Value CAGR for 2016-2024: Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Rest of World, USA, Europe, Japan, and Canada (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Expanding Application Areas Augur Well for Cards Based EACS Market
Government-Led Mass Transit Projects Spur Demand for Contactless Technologies
e-Passport and National ID Programs in Several Asian Countries Boost Market Penetration
Resident Identity Card Initiative in China
UIDAI: A Major Biometrics Project in India
Asian Countries to Use Biometrics for Border Control
Select Regional Markets
China
Table 75: Leading Players in the Chinese Access Control Market (2017E): Percentage Market Share Breakdown of Revenues for Bosch, GE Security, HID Global, Honeywell, Hyundai, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Fingerprint Identification Systems Dominates Biometrics Deployments
Financial Institutions Spur Voice Verification Growth
Use of Smart Cards on an Upswing in the Chinese Market
India
Table 76: Indian Biometrics Market by Technology Type (2017E): Percentage Breakdown of Shipments for Fingerprint Recognition, IRIS Scanning, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 77: Indian Fingerprint Biometrics Market by End-Use Application (2017E): Percentage Breakdown of Deployments for Attendance, Banking & Financial Transactions, Home Security, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Massive Market Potential for Facial Recognition Systems in India
Potential Application Areas in India
Passing of Retail FDI Bill to Boost Facial Recognition Market
Smart Cards Gain Increased Acceptance
Product Launches
B.Market Analytics
Table 78: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - China, India, and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 79: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - China, India, and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 80: Asia-Pacific 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for China, India, and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 81: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 82: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 83: Asia-Pacific 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

6. LATIN AMERICA
A.Market Analysis
Review of Select Regional Markets
Brazil
Argentina
B.Market Analytics
Table 84: Latin American Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - Brazil and Rest of Latin America Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 85: Latin American Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - Brazil and Rest of Latin America Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 86: Latin American 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Brazil and Rest of Latin America Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 87: Latin American Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 88: Latin American Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 89: Latin American 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

7. REST OF WORLD
A.Market Analysis
Surging Demand for Smart Card Based EACS in the MENA Region Benefit Market Penetration
Review of Select Regional Markets
Saudi Arabia
Table 90: Saudi Arabian Biometrics Market by Technology Type (2017E): Percentage Share Breakdown of Government Spending for Face Recognition, Fingerprint Recognition, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
The United Arab Emirates
South Africa
Nigeria
B.Market Analytics
Table 91: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 92: Rest of World Historic Review for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 93: Rest of World 14-Year Perspective for Electronic Access Control Systems by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Card-Based EACS; Biometrics-Based EACS; Audio & Video-Based EACS; and Keypad-Based EACS Markets for Years 2011, 2017 & 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 243 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 263) The United States (83) Canada (10) Japan (3) Europe (110) - France (10) - Germany (11) - The United Kingdom (46) - Italy (9) - Spain (6) - Rest of Europe (28) Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (43) Middle East (6) Latin America (2) Africa (6)
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