Archive for April, 2012

Video surveillance market to top $25 billion by 2016

Monday, April 2, 2012 11:42 Be the first to comment

By Rich Miller Security concerns among businesses and government efforts to prevent terrorism are fueling growth in the global video surveillance market, with spending expected to reach $25.4 billion by 2016, according to a new report by the research company MarketsandMarkets. The report, “Video Surveillance Market—Global Forecast & Analysis, 2011-2016,” covers products (IP, analog, remote [...]

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Specifically Speaking: James A. Francis

Monday, April 2, 2012 11:35 Be the first to comment

Name: James A. Francis Title: SVP, Security Consulting Services Company: T&M Protection Resources LLC Location: New York T&M’s consulting practice is divided into three areas: security, crisis management and business continuity. Can you tell me more about these areas, and how they apply to your average client? When we were formulating and establishing the consulting [...]

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Guest Commentary: Steve Gorski

Monday, April 2, 2012 11:29 Be the first to comment

Name: Steve Gorski Title: GM, Americas Company: MOBOTIX Location: New York Out with the old: MOBOTIX’s Gorski on the benefits of decentralized surveillance In today’s market, the choice in video surveillance is less about IP vs. analog and more about video quality. Security practitioners demand high-resolution video to enhance security and investigations, and megapixel cameras [...]

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