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FM Solutions: 2020 buying trends revealed

Building Maintenance, Building Refurbishment and Asset Management top the list of solutions the UK’s leading FM professionals are sourcing in 2020.

The findings have been revealed after the recent Facilities Management Forum and are based on delegate requirements at the event earlier this year.

Delegates registering to attend the event were asked which areas they needed to invest in during 2020 and beyond.

A significant 43.5% are looking to invest in Building Maintenance and Building Refurbishment each and Asset Management (37.7%).

Just behind were Building Maintenance (Reactive) at 37.7%, Energy Management (36.2%) and Air Conditioning (34.8%).

% of delegates at the Facilities Management Forum sourcing certain products & solutions (Top 10):

Building Maintenance – Planned 43.5%
Building Refurbishment – Internal 43.5%
Asset Management 37.7%
Building Maintenance – Reactive 37.7%
Energy Management 36.2%
Air Conditioning 34.8%
Cleaning 33.3%
Security – Access Control 33.3%
Building Control Systems 31.9%
Total Facilities Management 31.9%

To find out more about the Facilities Management Summit, visit https://facilitiesmanagementforum.co.uk.

CCTV & Surveillance: 2018 buying trends revealed

Cameras, Surveillance & Monitoring Systems and CCTV Maintenance top the list of CCTV & Surveillance services the UK’s leading security professionals are sourcing in 2018.

The findings have been revealed following the Total Security Summit, which took place in March.

Delegates registering to attend the event were asked which CCTV & Surveillance services they needed to invest in during 2018 and beyond.

A significant 54% are looking to invest in Cameras, with 44.6% sourcing Surveillance & Monitoring solutions and expertise.

Just behind were CCTV Maintenance (38.5%), Video Analytics (30.8%) and ANPR (29.2%).

% of delegates at the Total Security Summit sourcing CCTV & Surveillance services (Top 10):

Cameras – 53.8%
Surveillance & Monitoring – 44.6%
CCTV Maintenance – 38.5%
Video Analytics – 30.8%
ANPR – 29.2%
IP & Infrared Cameras – 27.7%
Remote Video Monitoring -27.7%
DVR / NVR – 23.1%
Technical surveillance Counter measurements – 13.8%
Digital Multiplexers – 6.2%

To find out more about the Total Security Summit, visit www.totalsecuritysummit.co.uk.

2018 Access Control & Biometrics buying trends revealed

Locks & Locking Systems, Smartcards & ID Cards and Alarm Systems top the list of Access Control & Biometrics services the UK’s leading security professionals are sourcing in 2018.

The findings have been revealed following the Total Security Summit, which took place last month.

Delegates registering to attend the event were asked which Access Control & Biometrics services they needed to invest in during 2018 and beyond.

A significant 50% are looking to invest in Locks & Locking Systems, with 47.7% sourcing Smartcards & ID Card solutions and expertise.

Just behind were Alarm Systems (46.2%), Wireless Access Control (44.6%) and Card Readers (38.5%).

Interestingly, Facial Recognition solutions were being sought by more than 30% of delegates.

% of delegates at the Total Security Summit sourcing Access Control & Biometrics services (Top 10):

Locks & Locking Systems – 47.7%
Smartcards / ID Cards – 47.7%
Alarms Systems – 46.2%
Wireless Access Control – 44.6%
Card Readers – 38.5%
Visitor registration software – 38.5%
Facial Recognition – 32.3%
Key Holding – 32.3%
Security Doors and Windows – 29.2%
Alarm Management (Global Security Operation Centres) – 26.2%

To find out more about the Total Security Summit, visit www.totalsecuritysummit.co.uk.

2018 Business Continuity & Risk Management buying trends revealed

Total Business Continuity solutions, Security Project Management and Risk Assessment top the list of Business Continuity & Risk Management services the UK’s leading security professionals are sourcing in 2018.

The findings have been revealed following the Total Security Summit, which took place earlier this month.

Delegates registering to attend the event were asked which Business Continuity & Risk Management services they needed to invest in during 2018 and beyond.

A significant 40% are looking to invest in Total Business Continuity solutions, with 38% sourcing Security Project Management tools and expertise.

Just behind were Risk Assessment (35%), Incident Management (33%) and Crisis Communications (32%).

“It’s no surprise that Total Business Continuity solutions top the list of areas our delegates were most interested in, given the increased focus on security generally in the corporate environment right now” said Total Security Summit Event Manager Haydn Boxall. “But the full table provides a valuable insight into trends within the fields of Business Continuity & Risk Management.”

% of delegates at the Total Security Summit sourcing Business Continuity & Risk Management services (Top 10):

Business Continuity – 40%
Security Project Management – 38%
Risk Assessment – 35%
Incident Management – 33%
Crisis Communications – 32%
Risk Management – 32%
Health and Safety – 29%
Crisis Management – 24%
Security Training and Education – 23%
Conflict Management – 21%

To find out more about the Total Security Summit, visit www.totalsecuritysummit.co.uk.

Sports FM Buying Trends

Sports Facilities Management: 2018 buying trends revealed

Fitness & Gym Equipment, Changing Rooms and Fitness Testing top the list of solutions the UK’s leading sports and leisure industry professionals are sourcing in 2018.

The findings have been revealed in the lead up to the Sports & Leisure Forum which takes place June 18th & 19th.

Delegates registering to attend the event have been asked which areas they needed to invest in during 2018 and beyond.

A significant 70% are looking to invest in Fitness & Gym Equipment, with 56% sourcing Changing Rooms/Showers solutions.

Just behind were Fitness Testing & Wireless Fitness Monitoring (49%), Clothing Kit & Uniform (47%), Sports Flooring (44%) and Artificial Surfaces & Sports Surfaces (42%).

“It’s probably no surprise that Fitness & Gym Equipment top the list of areas our delegates were most interested in,” said Sports & Leisure Forum Event Manager Luke Webster. “But the full table provides a valuable insight into trends within the sports FM sector.”

% of delegates at the Sports & Leisure Forum sourcing certain products & solutions (Top 10):

Fitness & Gym Equipment – 70%

Changing Rooms/Showers – 56%

Fitness Testing & Wireless Fitness Monitoring – 49%

Clothing Kit & Uniform – 47%

Sports Flooring – 44%

Artificial Surfaces & Sports Surfaces – 42%

Facilities Management – 42%

Lockers – 42%

Design & Build – 37%

Interior Fit Out – 37%

To find out more about the Sports & Leisure Forum, visit  www.sportsandleisureforum.co.uk.