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Connectivity of things, services and people will have an impact on security solutions

AES, the Spanish Association of Security Companies, has said that “the main challenge for our industry over the coming years will be, as it traditionally has been, the protection of life and property.” To do this, “we consider that adaptation to IoT technologies will drive development in the physical security and electronic surveillance industry.” The association observes “Five megatrends that we must make the focus of our strategy: energy efficiency, globalization, urbanisation; demographic change, and Internet connectivity.” They said, “especially the connectivity of things, services and people will have an impact on security solutions by offering opportunities that do not yet exist in verticals such as retail, transport and logistics, sports venues and hospitals.”

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For all the megatrends mentioned above, networked technologies in a connected world will be the driver. “The following are some examples: demographic change & smart health care; smart urbanisation & cities and smart driving; internet of things and smart home services; energy efficiency & smart mobility.” All this means a need for a multi-domain technology ecosystem with integrated solutions.

 

For the association (whose president is also chair of the SICUR 2020 Organising Committee), the objectives are as follows: “to ensure that AES continues to represent the industry; organise events to promote the industry; disseminate the different manifestos drawn up by the association’s working groups and create the 2020/2030 manifesto; participate in the European associations of which we are a member (Euralarm and Eurosafe); collaborate with other Spanish industry associations; and expand AES with new members.”

 

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