WELLINGBOROUGH, England—The world market for remote monitoring services was worth more than $29 billion in 2011, equivalent to $2.4 billion in recurring monthly revenue over the course of the year, according to a new report by IMS Research.
TechSec organizers have released details on several new educational sessions that will cover trends pushing strong authentication into the private sector, new and emerging video surveillance technology, and innovations in sport stadium security.
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.
WELLINGBOROUGH, England—According to a recently released IMS Research report, 2014 will be the year that sales of network video surveillance equipment finally surpass analog. The report said that the growth of the network video surveillance market and the decline of the analog market will lead to this transition in 2014. However, the transition in terms of shipments of network cameras themselves will not occur until “far beyond” 2014.
Security Systems News, sister publication of Security Director News, conducted a Q&A with IMS Research analyst Gary Wong. Below, Wong answers SSN’s questions about the report.
BOULDER, Colo.—Envysion held its second annual Hosted & Managed Video Summit here just prior to the annual ESX show from June 6-7. There was a sold out crowd of more than 75 participants this year, up 50 percent from last year, according to Envysion VP of product and marketing Carlos Perez.
BOULDER, Colo.—Managed video as a service (MVaaS) provider Envysion on April 25 announced its second annual Managed and Hosted Video Summit, which the company says will bring together managed and hosted video players, industry partners, thought leaders and investors to share ideas, shape the emerging market and drive the success of the segment.
WELLINGBOROUGH, UK—It’s partly a security product and partly a lifestyle product, said Alastair Hayfield, research manager at IMS Research, but when a major European manufacturer dedicated half of its large booth at the Essen show to IP video door phones, IMS Research decided to take a look at the market.