The security issues facing the Aviation industry are both specific and demanding. Airports are a hub for the movement of a large number of passengers and for the handling of high volumes of baggage and cargo.

In the Commercial/Industrial sector, companies’ needs go beyond the basic physical security system. Due to the variety and complexity of most commercial/industrial companies, the security system can go from simple to very complex.

The terrorist attacks of 9/11/2001, the pandemic outbreak planning of 2006, the shooting events on Virginia Tech and Northern Illinois University campuses have changed the face of campus security and student protection.

Casinos, sports stadiums, and entertainment arenas have specific and unique requirements. They have to balance discreet surveillance watching out for unusual behavior particularly in these times of a terrorist threat, but also integrating with other information systems for safe evacuation should the need arise.

Modernization of older legacy systems to more robust computing platforms and open system architecture for integration and interoperability with other sub-systems such as Visitor management, IDS, CCTV and building systems.

Hospitals and healthcare systems present many challenges that require proven, integrated solutions. The healthcare industry is one of the most highly regulated of all industries.

As IT companies have become more aware of the necessity of physical security, it is now a requirement for all of them to have a physical security management structure responsible for securing their facilities, data centers, assets and to keep accurate records of who accessed what and when.

The Residential sector includes individual homes, housing developments and condominiums. Residential security protects your most valuable assets, your family and loved ones.

Retail global shrinkage totalled US$114.8 billion in 2009. Global shrink increased 5.9% from 2008 to 2009. North America experienced the greatest year over year increase at 8.1%. The majority of the increase in shrink is attributed to an increase in shoplifting, due to the global economic situation. (Figures from the 2009 Global Retail Theft Barometer)