IMS: Intruder alarms base to rise 5 to 8 percentage points in next 3 years

06/13/2013 | CEPro.com

The number of U.S. homes with intrusion alarm systems is forecast to grow from about 20% to 25%, possibly up to 28%, in the next three years, according to IMS Research. "The emergence of new market entrants, such as telecommunications companies, is expected to increase end-user awareness of home management systems, which combine traditional home security products with innovative home automation technology," said Adi Pavlovic of IHS, which owns IMS Research.

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