State of Physical Security 2022

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32 BACK TO TABLE OF CONTENTS STATE OF PHYSICAL SECURITY 2022 Which solutions are your customers looking to invest in to advance or improve physical security deployments in the next 12 months? • Emergency Alert System (EAS) • Fire detection and repression systems • Panic buttons • People counting • Object detection technology using radio waves to determine the interval, altitude, direction and speed of such objects • Thermal detection • Wildlife GPS monitoring Which actions have you taken to mitigate hardware procurement and inventory issues related to the current supply chain challenges? • Allow customers to pre-order prior to tender release • Certain projects are simply delayed if there is no substitute • Directing efforts to professional services and technical support • Lengthened lead times • Opened a repair center to bring back some easy to fix electronics into production • Re-design systems • Use second-hand equipment Will other operations be affected by work on your deployment backlog? • Access to finance • All operations will be affected • Cash flow, billing, income collection • Cybersecurity care for remote work • Electric and other utilities • Environment safety • Everything is linked • Human Resources • Logistics • Maintenance contracts • Manufacturing • Operations • Skilled staff availability • Training on the new brands that we incorporate into the solution portfolio has been delayed

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