Witnessing a Correction in the Physical Security Industry

Hunt, Steve
November 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Nov2008, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p76
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the correction on the industry of physical security. He believes that people are witnessing a correction in the security market. He mentions that security technology manufacturers like UTC and Pelco ceased innovation related to security. This act is a type of correction although not economic in nature. He adds that the principle of correction also applies to small companies. He suggests that manufacturers must focus on the end-user and it is time correct the correction.


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