2010 U.S. Physical Security Solutions within the Mass Transit Areas

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This study covers status and trends in video surveillance systems, access control systems, and intrusion detection systems as used at U.S. mass transit facilities. Technology, system integration, and infrastructure issues are covered.

The overall research objective is to measure the need for physical security as perceived by facility / security managers in the mass transit industry. The research also:

- Determines why physical security is necessary in mass transit facilities
- Measures the steps that security decision makers are taking to manage / minimize risks
- Evaluates the security system technology selection process
- Analyzes the effectiveness of security technology providers in helping to manage / minimize risks

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