Posts Tagged ‘IP video’
Video surveillance is obviously a big market for integrators, but has it gotten too big?
Some observers say that over the past five or so years, the flood of technology and demand has made the video surveillance sector a commodity market, presenting new challenges to integrators working to squeeze a margin out of products and services.
Transportation continues to be a growing vertical, investing in new technology to protect trains, planes, and automobiles. Currently, IMS Research estimates that 60 percent of states in the United States will spend between $10 and $50 million on intelligent transportation systems (ITS) during 2010. These States are either in the process of finishing their initial [...]
Bandwidth savings touted, but unpredictability, limitations acknowledged By L. Samuel Pfeifle At IFSEC 2007, when the video compression standard H.264 was starting to be touted by manufacturers, the knock against it was that it was too processor intensive to be economically competitive. Just three years later, Axis Communications general manager Fredrik Nilsson is confident H.264 [...]
In a recently published report, IMS Research“>IMS Research forecasts the Middle East market for video surveillance equipment will grow by…
With 2009 almost at an end, the latest data from IMS Research suggests the global video surveillance market will increase by 3 percent. This figure is significantly lower than historical market growth and is reflective of the severe impact of the economic slowdown on the video surveillance industry. Report author and IMS Research analyst Gary [...]
Surveillance’s hottest buzzword is more than just megapixel By L. Samuel Pfeifle Whether you were at the Anaheim ASIS International convention or at New York’s ISC East show, it was impossible to escape a slew of new HD cameras. While some manufacturers have yet to jump on the megapixel bandwagon, any number of IP camera [...]
North America. The report, “The Market for Remote Monitoring Services 2008 – Europe and North America,” predicted revenues for the total North American remote monitoring market would grow from $707.4 million in 2007 to $961.9 million in 2012.