Posts Tagged ‘IMS Research’
By Rich Miller More than 60 percent of North American security systems integrators would prefer to deal with traditional security distributors instead of IT distributors when purchasing their IP-based video surveillance products, according to a new report from IMS Research. The report, “IP Trends in Security—A Survey of Systems Integrators and Installers in Europe and [...]
By Rich Miller Growth in the market for external platforms for video surveillance storage will surpass growth for internal platforms by 16 percent during the next four years, with external displacing internal as the dominant platform in 2014, according to a new report from IMS Research. The report, “World Market for Enterprise and IP Storage [...]
By Rich Miller While the availability of free content analysis in video surveillance devices continues to grow, the need for chargeable higher-end applications will push the market for video analytics to nearly $600 million in 2015, according to a new report from IMS Research. Features like motion detection and camera tamper, embedded in surveillance devices [...]
Cameras and video management software (VMS) tend to get a lot of attention, but cameras and VMS are nothing without the third leg of the stool—storage. And the industry is starting to acknowledge that.
By Daniel Gelinas “Connectivity, Convenience and Construction—3 C’s of Intrusion,” a recent report from IMS Research contends the intrusion alarm market is set for a comeback after a rough several years. Estimated to be worth approximately $870 million in 2010, the global intrusion alarm market could grow to more than $1.1 billion by 2015, according [...]
Market will be driven primarily by IP solutions By Daniel Gelinas Recent research from Frost & Sullivan indicates the global video surveillance market is currently enjoying growth, and Frost & Sullivan industry analyst Dilip Sarangan says that growth should continue and strengthen over the next five years. The report, “Growth Opportunities in the Video Surveillance [...]
The average size of access control installations varies greatly by vertical market and region. According to a new report from IMS Research, the government, healthcare and commercial sectors were estimated to be the largest markets for high-end projects (more than 64 doors). The three vertical markets represented an estimated 80 percent ($410 million) of the worldwide revenues for high-end projects. Asia was estimated to have the most high-end projects, with EMEA having the fewest.”
A recent study, “The Americas Market for Security Systems Integration—2010 Edition,” forecasts the systems integration market will shift over the next four years to a more service-oriented model. According to IMS research analyst Ewan Lamont, by 2014, RMR from service and maintenance contracts will account for 33.4 percent of the market.
Where are revenues for integrated security systems coming from? In 2009, more than 55% of security systems integration revenue in the USA was from integrated security systems.
However, lack of training could hinder adoption By Daniel Gelinas A recent pair of studies from IMS Research looks at the market for wireless video surveillance. The first study addresses the growth potential in wireless video infrastructure—based on radio-transceiver mesh networks—in several verticals, and the drivers for that growth. The second looks at one of [...]