Posts Tagged ‘video surveillance’
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 [...]
How do you feel about video surveillance? Are you doing everything you can to protect people’s right to privacy?
Experts discuss affordability, efficacy and constitutionality of municipal video surveillance By Daniel Gelinas In a 44-page February report, the Illinois chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union criticized the city of Chicago for its municipal video surveillance program, claiming it was expensive, did not achieve the desired results and violated the “fundamental American right to [...]
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.
As the security marketplace becomes more and more global, the traditional markets for video surveillance are becoming smaller pieces of the overall pie. For example, by 2014 IMS Research estimates that over 70% of all new security cameras will be shipped for consumption in Asia. Of this number the bulk will be shipped for consumption [...]
By Eric J. Pritchard Video is an increasingly important component in the overall security mix–particularly given the ever-improving sophistication of video technology and its continued decline in cost. Video can be profitable, but poses a number of liability-related issues, most of which can be dealt with in an effective, enforceable contract, adequate insurance coverages and [...]
The latest Global Video Content Analysis report from IMS Research estimates that intelligent video surveillance devices with embedded video content analysis capability accounted for just…
A recent study from ABI research claims the video surveillance market is due for a big boost over the next five years, growing from…
An April release, “The Worldwide Market for Remote Video Monitoring and Surveillance—2009 Edition,” from IMS Research speculates about the future of traditional analog CCTV given the projected growth of IP-based remote video monitoring and surveillance. The world market for RVMaS products and services was $300 million in 2008 and is forecast by IMS to grow to $843 million by 2012.
A release from IMS Research predicts the remote video monitoring and surveillance market will see rapid and substantial growth over the next four years…