Increasing security concerns and the recent spate in terrorist activities have forced governments around the world to invest in video surveillance technologies for homeland security. This has significantly boosted the growth of the global video surveillance market.
Video surveillance is now migrating towards computer networks, transmitting video by IP protocol, in an Intranet or the Internet. High costs, computer and network configurations required for it currently prevent it from being adopted by smaller users. However, applications of video surveillance are not restricted to homeland security alone and include the domains of commercial, institutional, infrastructure, industrial (buildings) and residential. Although still primarily limited to institutional sectors (governments, controlling forces, transportation systems and educational institutions), IP video surveillance has surfaced as an irreversible trend for the future.
This report provides a detailed analysis of the markets for all the components of a video surveillance system, such as video cameras, video analytics, storage, monitors, servers and system management. It includes detailed analysis of application segments and geographical split across the globe. The report’s strategic section sketches the competitive scenario in the video surveillance market.
Scope of the report
This research report classifies the global video surveillance market on the basis of them being used in different products, applications, the components being used to view the manufacture the various cameras and systems and geographical analysis; forecasting revenue, and analyzing trends in the market.
On the basis of product
The product market is segmented into two categories namely: Analog video surveillance system and IP video surveillance system.
On the basis of application
The application market is segmented into industrial applications, institutional applications, residential and commercial applications. The infrastructure application is further classified into energy, highways, streets and bridges, transportation, stadiums, parks and playground. The commercial applications is categorised into office, lodging, retail, healthcare and warehouse non-manufacturing applications. Also, the institutions applications have been categorized into educational buildings, government buildings, religious buildings, amusement park and public recreation.The market trends and future projections for these applications are discussed comprehensively.
On the basis of geography
- North America
Each section will provide market data, market drivers, trends and opportunities, key players, and competitive outlook. It will also provide market tables for covering the sub-segments and micro-markets. In addition, the report provides 25 company profiles covering all the sub-segments.