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Security

Mapping the Strategic Direction of ADT Security

September 29th, 2022
Security

Irisity Video Analytics Business and Financials Examined

August 29th, 2022
Smart Buildings

An Unfortunate Supply Chain of Events

“The global electronics and semiconductor industries are currently suffering the most serious disruptions to supply chain operations in living memory. Supply chain issues have been driven by a series of interrelated trends that have served to complicate, compound, and increase both the scale and impact of the challenge,” reads our latest research study. “These issues have […]

Smart Buildings

MapsPeople Indoor Mapping Business and Financials Examined

In this Research Note, we examine MapsPeople, a Danish public company providing indoor mapping and navigation software. This analysis covering their latest financial results, vertical market focus, Go-to-Market and growth strategies. It is based on press releases, investor presentations and their first Annual Report since their IPO in June 2021. The company currently has around 90 employees and […]

Smart Cities

Big Tech Muscles in on the Workplace Experience Tech Market

You know a market or trend is maturing when the world’s biggest companies start to take interest. Tesla may have led the development of the modern electric vehicle (EV) but we only knew the EV market was here to stay when all major automotive players began to develop their own electric models. For many, Apple’s […]

Smart Cities

The Role of Tech Giants in the Smart City

In 2003, a 5-year-old Google began the gradual process of leasing 46-acres of land and buildings in Mountain View, California to create their headquarters. In 2013, the tech giant then leased a further 42-acres of adjoining land to develop the Bay View section of a now sprawling campus. Over this 88-acre estate, the firm has installed and developed […]

Smart Cities

Playing to Win: Microsoft Joins Facebook in the Metaverse with $69bn Acquisition

Last month, technology giant Microsoft acquired gaming giant Activision Blizzard in a landmark $69 billion deal that represents both Microsoft’s biggest ever acquisition and the biggest deal in the history of the gaming industry. Activision is a major force in the gaming industry, maker of several hugely successful titles including Call of Duty, Overwatch, Warcraft, and Candy Crush, and […]

Smart Cities

Delivery Culture & The Smart Building

Package delivery statistics for 2020/21 make interesting reading. Volume has surged during the pandemic. Managing that incoming flow of deliveries is fast becoming a challenge for building managers and staff seeking to maintain safety, security, hygiene, and a productive work environment. It is at that final step of a complex international logistics network where a range […]

Smart Buildings

Are Data Privacy Laws Good or Bad for the Smart Buildings Market?

What if there were no privacy laws for smart buildings? Would it really be good for business? Would it really be bad for occupants? Would the building be smarter? Would anyone want to live or work there? These are some of the many questions floating around the smart building sector as rapid technological development outstrips […]

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