June 15, 2024

2023 security trends to look out for

As we enter a New Year and look forward to the next 12 months, there are several trends and developments in the security sector which are likely to come to the forefront over the coming months. From technological advances to improved video surveillance and CCTV systems, 2023 is set to highlight a wide range of developments in the industry.

All Security Solutions is a leader in CCTV installation  London and as a result, we’re always one step ahead when it comes to the latest trends in security. In fact, we’re proud of our commitment to industry-leading technology and systems. In this blog post, we’ll be taking a look at the top trends for security in 2023, helping you to decide on the best solutions to suit your individual needs.

Artificial Intelligence

AI has become a bit of a buzz word in recent years and in 2023 we expect artificial intelligence to start playing a greater role in the technology used in CCTV and other security systems. Artificial intelligence allows a computer to carry out the role of a human for many different applications, and within the security sector, AI could help monitor CCTV cameras more effectively. The analytics AI collects could help analyse data more effectively to ensure that video surveillance is capturing everything that it needs to.

Economically effective solutions

With the cost-of-living crisis showing no signs of disappearing, we expect that people will be looking for security systems which provide peace of mind but at value for money. We expect this to be particularly pertinent for our business clients, who need the right amount of security cover, which works within their pricing needs.

At All Security Solutions, we can provide solutions to suit a variety of budgets, and we tailor our security systems to meet individual needs. As a result, working with a professional security company could mean that you find a solution which is cost-effective whilst providing you with the right amount of coverage.

 

Additional security through door entry systems

Another trend where we’re likely to see growth for our business clients is door entry systems. These solutions are now more technologically advanced, meaning that only authorised personnel can access properties or certain areas of buildings. Traditionally door entry systems relied on a special code to allow people access, however, these days many people opt for key fobs or even biometric access control with face recognition.

Enhanced security for cars and other vehicles

The increase in keyless entry for cars has ultimately led to an increase in cars being stolen as criminals find ways of getting around the technology. Consequently, we expect to see a continued rise in solutions which protect cars and vehicles from theft. This could include a combination of video surveillance or CCTV, alarms and even high-tech access systems to add another level of security to a garage or driveway.

All Security Solutions provides all of these security measures and more, so get in touch with our expert team today to find out how we can create a bespoke solution which suits your individual needs.