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Growth in video surveillance has been happening for years and this report aims to put numbers next to the growth spurt. According to the latest report, Asia will gain significant share in the global CCTV market by 2014-end, with India and China being the key drivers.
The report claims a, “Booming CCTV Market in Asia Forecast to 2014”, it states that mobile video surveillance is a fast growing segment in the video surveillance market. As per the study, the IP-based video surveillance market is recording rapid growth in China. It is anticipated to account for nearly 26% of the total market by the 2014-end. In India too, the overall outlook for IP surveillance looks positive and promising as consumers are shifting from traditional analog CCTV to IP surveillance.
The report also studied the CCTV market in other Asian countries, including Thailand, Malaysia and Taiwan. Besides, the report has looked into the competitive landscape by studying the profiles of key companies Bosch, Samsung and Sony which are operating in the Asian CCTV market.
[tabgroup][tab title="Summary"][/tab][tab title="Table of Contents"]1. Analyst View
2. Research Methodology
3. Introduction to CCTV Technology
3.1 Surveillance Technology
3.1.1 Analog Video Surveillance System
3.1.2 IP Video Surveillance System
3.1.3 Remote Video Surveillance (RVS)
3.1.4 Mobile Video Surveillance System
3.2 Surveillance Components
18.104.22.168 Analog Cameras
22.214.171.124 IP Cameras
3.2.2 Video Surveillance Storage
126.96.36.199 Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
188.8.131.52 Network Video Recorder (NVR)
184.108.40.206 IP San
3.2.3 Video Surveillance Software and Analytics
220.127.116.11 Video Management Software (VMS)
18.104.22.168 Video Analytics/Intelligent Video Surveillance (IVS)
3.2.4 Video Servers
3.2.5 Video Surveillance Monitors
4. Country-level Analysis: Studying the Future Potential
5. Key Players
5.2 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
5.3 Sony Corporation
List of Figures:
Figure 4-1: China – Safety and Security Market (Billion US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-2: China – Forecast for CCTV Market by Technology (%), 2014
Figure 4-3: China – CCTV Market (Billion US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-4: Thailand – CCTV Market (Million US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-5: Thailand – Forecast for CCTV Market by Technology (%), 2014
Figure 4-6: Malaysia – CCTV Market (Million US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-7: Malaysia – Forecast for CCTV Market by Technology (%), 2014
Figure 4-8: Taiwan – Forecast for CCTV Market by Technology (%), 2014
Figure 4-9: India – Electronic Security Market (Million US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-10: India – Electronic Security Market by Segment (%), 2011
Figure 4-11: India – CCTV Market (Million US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-12: India – Forecast for CCTV Market by Technology (%), 2014[/tab][tab title="Show me the money"]
Booming CCTV Market in Asia Forecast to 2014
- Publication date: June 2012
- Report size: 62 pages
- Report price: $ 900
via Booming CCTV Market in Asia Forecast to 2014 – market research report.
Trapwire uses data from CCTV networks to figure out the threat level. Photograph: Martin Bureau/AFP/Getty Images
It sounds like something from the film Minority Report: a CCTV surveillance system that recognises people from their face or walk and analyses whether they might be about to commit a terrorist or criminal act. But Trapwire is real and, according to documents released online byWikiLeaks last week, is being used in a number of countries to try to monitor people and threats.
Founded by former CIA agents, Trapwire uses data from a network of CCTV systems and numberplate readers to figure out the threat level in huge numbers of locations. That means security officials can “focus on the highest priorities first, taking a proactive and collaborative approach to defence against attacks,” say its creators.
The documents outlining Trapwire’s existence and its deployment in the US were apparently obtained in a hack of computer systems belonging to the intelligence company Stratfor at the end of last year.
Documents from the US department of homeland security show that it paid $832,000 to deploy Trapwire in Washington DC and Seattle.
via Pocket : Trapwire surveillance system exposed in document leak.
RNCOS has recently added a new Market Research Report titled, “Booming CCTV Market in North America Forecast to 2014” to its report gallery. In North America, the CCTV market has already witnessed an exponential growth, and is still expanding remarkably. The video surveillance cameras are extensively used at public places. Due to increasing security concerns and technological innovations, like the migration to digital, fully-networked systems, the United States is the world’s largest market for security products and services. According to our latest research report, the CCTV market in both the United States and Canada will grow at an impressive compound annual rate in the coming few years.
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The report,“Booming CCTV Market in North America Forecast to 2014”, says that increased applications of CCTV in retail outlets, port security, and regional airport security will spur the US CCTV market growth. Besides, there exists numerous opportunities for security vendors to sell security equipment in the country’s education sector. The comprehensive study also discusses how the video surveillance market is performing in Canada and which factors would propel the growth in near future.
An introduction to surveillance components and surveillance technology, which are gaining momentum in North America, has also been included in the extensive research work. Our report also covers the profiles of key players Honeywell, Pelco and Sony. Overall, the study aims at presenting an unbiased picture of the market to help clients understand the market dynamics and make sound investment decisions.
Invest in black box data recorders for vehicles if you have the funds. A recent bill that has already passed
by the Senate and is set to be stamped by the House would make it mandatory for all new cars in the United States to be fitted with black box data recorders from 2015 onwards.
Section 31406 of Senate Bill 1813 (known as MAP-21), calls for “Mandatory Event Data Recorders” to be installed in all new automobiles and legislates for civil penalties to be imposed against individuals for failing to do so.
“Not later than 180 days after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall revise part 563 of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, to require, beginning with model year 2015, that new passenger motor vehicles sold in the United States be equipped with an event data recorder that meets the requirements under that part,” states the bill.
Although the text of legislation states that such data would remain the property of the owner of the vehicle, the government would have the power to access it in a number of circumstances, including by court order, if the owner consents to make it available, and pursuant to an investigation or inspection conducted by the Secretary of Transportation.
According to GOPers, America is so broke that we have to implement austerity measures, the same ones that are literally killing people in Europe. Suicide rates are up due to the severity of the measures. But how broke are we that our government asks us to simply look the other way while people are dying? We can’t just skim through the deficit/budget numbers – the real ‘entitlements’ are afforded recklessly and needlessly to the military, domestic and foreign, as well as surveillance systems for monitoring American citizens. An estimated $1.738 trillion was spent worldwide on militaries last year — an enormous chunk of that is attributed to the United States — almost as much as the entire world’s expenditures combined.
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Perimeter patrols at more than 20 Michigan prisons have now been cut.
Surveillance cameras and motion detectors are now doing the jobs once done by officers in vehicles.
It’s an effort to save the state $13 million dollars.
For years many Michigan prisons have had 24 hour vehicle surveillance around the perimeter of the property, but not anymore.
“26 of our 31 correctional facilities that had these perimeter security vehicles, previously they ran nonstop 365 days a year, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day regularly starting today, we are going to run those randomly,” said Russ Marlan, Spokesperson MI Department of Corrections.
via Safety Measure Change At State Prisons – WLNS TV 6 Lansing Jackson Michigan News and Weather – WLNS.COM |.
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For example, operating at an altitude of 15,000 ft., MIST cover a strip several kilometers long in less than a second, processing hundreds of images at a rate of 80 megapixel per second, with 15 cm resolution. On a single mission the drone can cover an area thousands square kilometer large, producing detailed images for photogrammetric and stereo imagery from vertical or oblique angles, generating an image bank for persistent surveillance mission.
Français : Panneau signalant un espace sous video surveillance a Courbevoie (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
IMS Research estimates that the world market for cloud based video surveillance, or video surveillance as a service (VSaaS), was worth over $500 million in 2011, an increase of 25% from 2010. However, the big question is what does the future hold for this emerging market?
Sam Grinter, Market Analyst with IMS Research comments that, “Growth in the VSaaS market is a result of increasing demand from consumer, small-to-medium businesses, and government end users. Also, an increasing number of entrants to the market has accelerated growth of service development, marketing presence, and is also creating a more competitive environment. All of which means that VSaaS is set to grow significantly faster for 2012 onwards.”
via Video Surveillance as a Service (VsaaS) market set to double over next three years | ECN: Electronic Component News.