Video surveillance system consists of many appliances. Any appliance that enables embedded image capture capabilities that allows video images or extracted information to be compressed, stored, or transmitted over communication networks or digital data link is the part of video surveillance system. Video surveillance systems are increasingly being used in security systems and with good reason. Even the presence of video cameras acts as a deterrent to potential criminals. Possible dangers are also detected at an early stage. Given the ever-growing sources of danger and increasing losses, video surveillance is an extremely valuable and economical means of improving the security of people, buildings, and valuables.
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According to a new market research report "Near Field Communication (NFC) Market by Product (IC/Chips, Tags, Readers, and Auxiliary), Application (Payment, Transportation, Booking, Data Sharing, Service, Access Control, Health Care, and Tag applications) & by Geography – Global Forecasts to 2022", published by MarketsandMarkets, the total NFC Market is expected to reach $16.25 Billion by […]
Eagle Eye Networks today announced the availability of its first annual Video Surveillance Report. This year’s report covers the results of multiple 250-500 respondent surveys of Video Surveillance and Information Technology (IT) professionals. The survey topics spanned targeted use of video surveillance systems, cloud video surveillance, IT’s role, and view of video surveillance system vulnerability. […]
dhs-biometrics December 16, 2013 – According to new research from BCC Research , the global biometric technologies market is expected to reach $8.7 billion in 2013 and will increase to nearly $11.2 billion next year. In addition, BCC projects the market to grow to nearly $27.5 billion by 2019 and to register a five-year CAGR of 19.8% from 2014 to 2019. According to the report, Biometrics: Technologies and Global Markets , technological advances, consumer and commercial acceptance as well as demand of the technology and cost reductions will drive the growth of the market for the foreseeable future. BCC says the new report gives an overview of global and regional markets for biometric technologies and dvices, as well as analyses of market trends from 2013 and estimates for 2014. The report also studies the product life cycle and technology life cycle of various types of biometric devices and the methods employed by different manufacturers and users in maintaining ecological balance. Everyone is in agreement that the market is set for profound growth. The Biometrics Research Group has projected that the global biometrics market will grow to $15 billion by 2015, from its 2012 estimated value of $7 billion. Leave a Comment comments
Indian video surveillance camera market posted shipment of 514,405 units in the first quarter of 2013. Hikvision is leading the Indian video surveillance camera market with 25 percent share. CP Plus and Maximus CCTV are the other two leading vendors in the Indian video surveillance camera market, Research and Markets said. Hikvision, CP Plus and Maximus CCTV — top 3 players together constitute 48 percent of the market share in Q1 2013. Video surveillance camera market trends Analog surveillance systems account for 90 percent of the market share, whereas 10 percent of market share has been captured by IP systems. Around 69 percent of total units shipped are dome shaped. The PTZ feature can only be found in around 13 percent of the total units shipped. The Indian video surveillance camera market is ruled by analog based surveillance systems. However, video surveillance technology has shown an impressive evolution from the analog to digital. The need for smart and intelligent security systems due to increased criminal activities has also triggered the demand for video surveillance camera systems in India. Further, the image quality is of paramount importance in carrying out judicial procedures and law enforcement. The key opportunities for Indian video surveillance camera market in 2013 would be the demand for enhanced image quality; IP camera systems, emergence of mobile and cloud based video surveillance services. Demand for high-resolution cameras would increase by creating customer awareness regarding better resolution pictures for various applications. email@example.com Article Tags Related Posts