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Video Surveillance Systems & Services Market - (Analog, IP), Components (Hardware [Cameras, Monitors, Storage], Software [Video Analytics, VMS], Service (VSaaS - Hosted, Managed, Hybrid) - Analysis & Forecast (2013 - 2018)

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Publishing Date: September 2013
Report Code: SE 2108

 

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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.

Applications of video surveillance is not only restricted to homeland security, but include the domains of commercial, infrastructure, industrial and residential (buildings). 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. IP-based cameras would dominate the existing cameras as improvements in technology will prevail over the costs advantages. However, analog cameras cannot be ruled out from the market as the companies who currently manufacture analog cameras do not remain idle and continue to progress. In U.S., in some of the developed states like New Jersey, it is nearly impossible to travel and not be trapped on cameras. Decreasing cost of surveillance cameras combined with additional funding from the authorities such as U.S. Homeland Security are the driving forces behind the rapid rise in sales of surveillance cameras in the U.S. and other developed countries. And after the Boston bombing incident, MarketsandMarkets believes that the trend will only accelerate in moderate manner.

Today’s businesses and public agencies are faced with a vital need to protect employees, clients, citizens and assets from possible threats with a security system that enables rapid response to security breaches and prompt investigation of events. Organizations are additionally burdened with managing tremendous amounts of information collected in various forms, including video, voice, electronic data and paper. To resolve this issue video analytics and logarithmic data analysis are being developed which would reduce the operating cost and time of analysis.

Video surveillance systems have made progress into a plethora of application sectors such as commercial, infrastructure, institutions, industrial and residential. With the advent of globalization, businesses have expanded and spread to overseas locations. Therefore, surveillance systems are now also being used for real-time and remote supervision

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.

Table Of Contents 

1 Introduction (Page No. - 22)
  1.1 Key Take-Aways
  1.2 Report Description
  1.3 Markets Covered
  1.4 Stakeholders
  1.5 Research Methodology
      1.5.1 Forecasting Approach
            1.5.1.1 Market Size
            1.5.1.2 Market Crackdown
      1.5.2 Key Data Points Taken From Secondary Sources
      1.5.3 Key Data Points Taken From Primary Sources
      1.5.4 Assumptions Made For The Report
 
2 Executive Summary (Page No. - 33)

3 Market Overview (Page No. - 37)
  3.1 Introduction
  3.2 Market Definition
  3.3 History & Evolution Of Video Surveillance
  3.4 Market Dynamics
      3.4.1 Market Drivers
            3.4.1.1 Technological Advancement In Critical Areas Such As High Resolution Perfect Imaging And Video Analytics To Drive Increased Acceptance With Decreasing Costs.
                    3.4.1.1.1 Rapid Advancements In High Definition (HD) And Inclusion Of More Megapixels For Increased Resolution To Drive Cameras Market.
                    3.4.1.1.2 Increased Processing Power And Advanced Developments In Logarithmic Data Analysis And Inclusion Of Big Data To Drive Video Analytics Market.
            3.4.1.2 Video Software As A Service (VSAAS) Is Gaining Traction On Commercial Application, Residential And Malls.
            3.4.1.3 Increased Security Needs To Detect The Intrusion By People Or Problems In Biological Environment
            3.4.1.4 Increased Adoption Of Open Standard Lead To The Growth In Ip Network Video Surveillance
      3.4.2 Market Restraints
            3.4.2.1 Inadequate General Storage System And High Costs Of Cloud Services Will Always Be A Drawback In Video Surveillance Market.
            3.4.2.2 Ineffectiveness In Preventing Crimes And Issues Of Voyeurism Limit The Societal Consensus In Accepting Video Surveillance On Large Scales.
            3.4.2.3 Damage To Hardware And Cameras Of Video Surveillance Systems In Public Places
      3.4.3 Market Opportunities
            3.4.3.1 Managing Security With Big Data Video Analytics – Awaits A Rewarding Potential Impact On Video Surveillance.
            3.4.3.2 Advancements And Inclusion Of Artificial Intelligence To Add Value In Collated Information.
            3.4.3.3 Hosted Video Solutions Make It Scalable For Any Application Without Geographical Limitation.
            3.4.3.4 Hospitality And Casinos, Where Large Amounts Of Currency Is Constantly On The Move, Security Is Of Utmost Importance
  3.5 Burning Issues
      3.5.1 Increasing Need For Storage Can Be Met By Advanced Video Analytics, Compression Technologies And Cloud Services, But Deployment Costs Remain High.
  3.6 Winning Imperatives
      3.6.1 Switching From Analog To Ip Camera  Offers Efficient Data Management And Cost Effective Solutions
      3.6.2 Growing Trend Of Integrated Solutions For Improved Data Monitoring
  3.7 Porters Five Forces
      3.7.1 Bargaining Power Of Suppliers
      3.7.2 Bargaining Power Of Buyers
      3.7.3 Threat Of New Entrants
      3.7.4 Threat Of Substitutes
      3.7.5 Degree Of Competition
  3.8 Value Chain Analysis Of Video Surveillance Systems And Service Market

4 Global Video Surveillance Market, By Systems (Page No. - 69)
  4.1 Introduction
  4.2 Types Of Video Surveillance Systems
      4.2.1 Analog Video Surveillance Systems
  4.2.2 Ip Video Surveillance Systems
 
5 Video Surveillance Market, By Hardware, Software And Services (Page No. - 79)
  5.1 Introduction
  5.2 Hardware
      5.2.1 Cameras
            5.2.1.1 Camera Market By Technology
                    5.2.1.1.1 Analog Camera
                    5.2.1.1.2 Ip Camera
            5.2.1.2 Camera Market By Resolution
                    5.2.1.2.1 Standard Resolution
                    5.2.1.2.2 Megapixel Network Camera
                    5.2.1.2.3 High Definition
            5.2.1.3 Camera By Product
                    5.2.1.3.1 Fixed
                    5.2.1.3.2 Dome
                    5.2.1.3.3 Pan/Tilt/Zoom
      5.2.2 Monitors
      5.2.3 Storage
            5.2.3.1 Digital Video Recorder
            5.2.3.2 Network Video Recorder
            5.2.3.3 Ipsan
            5.2.3.4 Others
  5.3 Software
      5.3.1 Introduction To Video Analytics
      5.3.2 Video Analytics Market By Application
            5.3.2.1 Security And Surveillance Platform
            5.3.2.2 Entertainment Platform
            5.3.2.3 Visual Communication Platform
      5.3.3 Video Management System (VMS)
  5.4 Services
      5.4.1 Introduction To Cloud Storage
      5.4.2 Cloud Storage By Product Software
            5.4.2.1 Data Replication Software
            5.4.2.2 Back-Up And Recovery Software
            5.4.2.3 Hierarchical Software Management(HSM)And Archiving Software
            5.4.2.4 Security Software
            5.4.2.5 Storage Resource Management Software
      5.4.3 Cloud Storage By Deployment
            5.4.3.1 Public Cloud
            5.4.3.2 Private Cloud
            5.4.3.3 Hybrid Cloud
            5.4.3.4 Community Cloud
      5.4.4 Video Surveillance As A Service (VSAAS)
            5.4.4.1 Hosted Vsaas
            5.4.4.2 Managed Vsaas
            5.4.4.3 Hybrid Vsaas

6 Video Surveillance Market, By Application (Page No. - 156)
  6.1 Introduction
  6.2 Infrastructure
      6.2.1 Highways, Streets, And Bridges
      6.2.2 Energy
      6.2.3 Transportation
      6.2.4 Stadiums, Parks, And Playgrounds
  6.3 Commercials
      6.3.1 Office
      6.3.2 Lodging
      6.3.3 Retail
      6.3.4 Health Care
      6.3.5 Warehouse Non-Manufacturing
  6.4 Institutions
      6.4.1 Educational Buildings
      6.4.2 Religious Buildings
      6.4.3 Government Buildings
      6.4.4 Amusement Parks
      6.4.5 Public Recreation Areas
  6.5 Industrial Buildings
  6.6 Residentials

7 Video Surveillance Market, By Geography (Page No. - 170)
  7.1 Introduction
  7.2 North America
      7.2.1 Major Companies In North America
  7.3 Europe
      7.3.1 Major Companies In Europe
  7.4 Asia-Pacific
  7.4.1 Major Companies In Asia-Pacific
  7.5 Row

8 Video Surveillance Market Competitive Landscape (Page No. - 179)
  8.1 Overview
  8.2 Competitive Analyses
      8.2.1 Market Share Analyses
  8.3 Competitive Situation And Trends
      8.3.1 New Product Developments And Announcements
      8.3.2 Agreements, Partnerships, Joint Ventures And Collaborations
      8.3.3 Mergers And Acquisitions

9 Company Profiles(MnM View, Overview, Products & Services, Financials, Swot Analysis And Strategy & Analyst Insights)* (Page No. - 209)
  9.1 Agent Video Intelligence
  9.2 Agility Video
  9.3 Arecont Vision Llc
  9.4 Avigilon Corp
  9.5 Axis Communication Ab
  9.6 Bosch Security Systems
  9.7 Canon Inc
  9.8 CBC Corporation Ltd.
  9.9 Cisco System Inc.
  9.10 CNB Technology
  9.11 Flir Systems
  9.12 Genetec Inc.
  9.13 Geovision
  9.14 Hdpro Co., Ltd.
  9.15 Hikvision Digital Technology
  9.16 Honeywell International, Inc.
  9.17 Intelligent Security Systems
  9.18 Lockheed Martin Corp
  9.19 Milestone Systems A/S
  9.2 Mirasys Ltd
  9.21 Mobotix AG 
  9.22 Mts Intelligent Surveillance Solution
  9.23 National Instruments Corporation
  9.24 Network Video Technologies
  9.25 Nice Systems Ltd
  9.26 Panasonic Corporation Inc.
  9.27 Pelco By Schneider Electric
  9.28 Samsung Techwin Co., Ltd
  9.29 Siemens Schweiz Ag
  9.30 Tianjin Tiandy Digital Technology Co.
  9.31 Tyco International Ltd.
  9.32 Zhejiang Dahua Technology
*Details On Marketsandmarkets View, Overview, Products & Services, Financials, Swot Analysis And Strategy & Analyst Insights Might Not Be Captured In Case Of Unlisted Companies. 
 
 
List Of Tables (112 Tables)  
 
Table 1 List Of Companies Covered During Study
Table 2 Video Surveillance: Market Revenue, By Component,2012 – 2018($Billion) 
Table 3 Video Surveillance Market Trends
Table 4 Video Surveillance Market Revenue, By Types, 2012 – 2018 ($Billion) 
Table 5 Analog Video Surveillance Market Revenue,By Geography, 2012 – 2018 ($Billion)
Table 6 Ip Video Surveillance System Market Revenue, By Geography, 2013 – 2018 ($Billion) 
Table 7 Video Surveillance Hardware Market, By Components, 2012 – 2018 ($Billion) 
Table 8 Major Camera Manufacturer, 2013
Table 9 Camera Market Revenue, By Types, 2012 – 2018 ($Billion)
Table 10 Camera Market Revenue, By Environment, 2012– 2018 ($Billion)
Table 11 Ip Camera Market Revenue, By Types, 2012 – 2018 ($Billion)
Table 12 Camera Market Revenue, By Forms, 2012 – 2018 ($Billion)
Table 13 Camera Market Revenue, By Geography, 2012 – 2018 ($Billion)
Table 14 Camera Market Revenue, By Applications, 2012 – 2018 ($Billion) 
Table 15 Cameras Market Revenue In Infrastructure, By Geography, 2012 – 2018 ($Billion) 
Table 16 Cameras Market Revenue In Commercial, By Geography, 2012 – 2018 ($Billion) 
Table 17 Cameras Market Revenue In Institutions, By Geography, 2012 – 2018 ($Billion) 
Table 18 Cameras Market Revenue In Industrial Infrastructure, By Geography, 2012 – 2018 ($Million) 
Table 19 Cameras Market Revenue In Residential, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 20 Major Monitor Manufacturer, 2013
Table 21 Monitors Market Revenue, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 22 Monitors Market Revenue, By Applications, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 23 Monitors Market Revenue In Infrastructure, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 24 Monitors Market Revenue In Commercial, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 25 Monitors Market Revenue In Institutions, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million)
Table 26 Monitors Market Revenue In Industrial Infrastructure, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 27 Monitors Market Revenue In Residential, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 28 Major Dvr/Nvr Suppliers, 2013
Table 29 Storage Market Revenue, By Types, 2012 – 2018 ($Million)
Table 30 Storage Market Revenue, By Applications, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 31 Storage Market Revenue In Infrastructure, By Geography, 2012 – 2018 ($Million) 
Table 32 Storage Market Revenue In Commercial, By Geography, 2012 – 2018 ($Million) 
Table 33 Storage Market Revenue In Institution, By Geography, 2012 – 2018 ($Million) 
Table 34 Storage Market Revenue In Industrial Infrastructure, By Geography, 2012 – 2018 ($Million) 
Table 35 Storage Market Revenue In Residential, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 36 Storage Market Revenue, By Geography, 2012 – 2018 ($Million)
Table 37 Video Surveillance Systems Market
Table 38 Video Surveillance Software Developers, 2013
Table 39 Video Analytics Market Revenue, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 40 Video Analytics Revenue, By Applications, 2012 – 2018 ($Million) 
Table 41 Video Analytics Market Revenue In Infrastructure, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 42 Video Analytics Market Revenue In Commercial, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 43 Video Analytics Market Revenue In Institutions, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 44 Video Analytics Market Revenue In Industrial (Buildings), By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 45 Video Analytics Market Revenue In Residential, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 46 Video Management System Market Revenue, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million)
Table 47 Video Management System Revenue, By Applications, 2012 – 2018 ($Million) 
Table 48 Video Management System Market Revenue In Infrastructure, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million)
Table 49 Video Management System Market Revenue In Commercial, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 50 Video Management System Market Revenue In Institutions, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 51 Video Management System Market Revenue In Industrial Infrastructure, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million)
Table 52 Video Management System Market Revenue In Residential, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 53 Vsaas Market Revenue, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million)
Table 54 Vsaas Revenue, By Applications, 2012 – 2018 ($Million)
Table 55 Vsaas Market Revenue In Infrastructure By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 56 Vsaas Market Revenue In Commercial, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 57 Vsaas Market Revenue In Institutions, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 58 Vsaas Market Revenue In Industrial (Buildings), By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 59 Vsaas Market Revenue In Residential, By Geography, 2012– 2018 ($Million) 
Table 60 Video Surveillance Systems And Service Market Segmentation, By Application
Table 61 Video Surveillance Systems And Service: Market Revenue, By Applications, 2012 – 2018 ($Billion) 
Table 62 Infrastructure Market Revenue, By Applications, 2012 -2018 ($Billion) 
Table 63 Infrastructure Market Revenue, By Geography, 2012 -2018 ($Billion) 
Table 64 Commercial Market Revenue, By Applications, 2012 - 2018 ($Billion) 
Table 65 Commercial Market Revenue, By Geography, 2012 - 2018 ($Billion) 
Table 66 Institutions Market Revenue, By Applications, 2012 - 2018 ($Billion) 
Table 67 Institutions Market Revenue, By Geography, 2012 - 2018 ($Billion) 
Table 68 Industrial Market Revenue, By Geography, 2012 - 2018 ($Billion) 
Table 69 Residential Market Revenue, By Geography, 2012 -2018 ($Billion) 
Table 70 Video Surveillance Systems And Service: Market Revenue, By Geography, 2012 – 2018 ($Billion) 
Table 71 Geographic Segmentation Of North America, 2012-2018 ($Billion) 
Table 72 Geographic Segmentation Of Europe, 2012-2018 ($Billion)
Table 73 Geographic Segmentation Of Asia-Pacific, 2012-2018 ($Billion) 
Table 74 Geographic Segmentation Of Row, 2012-2018 ($Billion)
Table 75 Geographic Segmentation Of South America, 2012-2018 ($Billion) 
Table 76 New Product Developments And Announcements, 2010 – 2013 
Table 77 Agreements, Partnerships, Joint Ventures And Collaborations, 2008-2013
Table 78 Mergers & Acquisitions, 2008 - 2013
Table 79 Avigilon Corp: Total Revenue & Net Income, 2011-2012 ($Million) 
Table 80 Avigilon Corp: Total Revenue By Geography, 2011- 2012 ($Million) 
Table 81 Axis Communication: Total Revenue & Net Income, 2011-2012 ($Million) 
Table 82 Axis Communication: Total Revenue, By Geography, 2011-2012 ($Million) 
Table 83 Bosch Security System: Total Revenue & Net Income, 2011-2012 ($Billion) 
Table 84 Canon Inc.: Video Surveillance Products
Table 85 Canon: Services Provided By The Company
Table 86 Cbc: Total Revenue & Net Income, 2010-2012 ($ Million)
Table 87 Cisco Systems: Annual Revenue & Net Income, 2011 - 2012 ($Billion) 
Table 88 Cnb Technology: Net Revenue And Net Income, 2010 - 2012 ($Million) 
Table 89 Flir Systems: Products And Services
Table 90 Flir Systems: Surveillance Segment Revenue, 2010 - 2012 ($Million) 
Table 91 Flir Systems: Total And International Revenue, 2011-2012 ($Million) 
Table 92 Flir Systems: Total Sales For The Year, 2010-2012 ($ Million) 
Table 93 Geovision Inc.: Surveillance Products
Table 94 Geovision Inc.: Total Revenue And Net Income, 2011-2012 ($Million) 
Table 95 Hdpro Co. Ltd.: Product Line
Table 96 Hdpro Ltd.: Net Sales, 2010 - 2012($Million)
Table 97 Hikvision Digital Technology: Annual Revenue & Net Income, 2011 - 2012 ($Million)
Table 98 Honeywell Security: Cameras And Domes
Table 99 Honeywell Security: Analog Components
Table 100 Honeywell Security: Dvrs And Nvrs
Table 101 Honeywell Security: Net Sales & Net Income, 2011-2012 ($Billion) 
Table 102 Lockheed Martin Corp.: Products & Applications
Table 103 Lockheed Martin Corp: Total Revenue & Net Income, 2011 - 2012 ($Billion) 
Table 104 Developments
Table 105 Milestone Systems A/S: Annual Revenue & Net Income, 2011 - 2012 ($Million) 
Table 106 Mobotix Ag: Annual Revenue & Net Income, 2011 - 2012 ($Million) 
Table 107 National Instruments: Net Sales And Net Income, 2010-2012 ($ Million) 
Table 108 Nice Systems Ltd: Annual Revenue & Net Income, 2011 - 2012 ($Million) 
Table 109 Samsung Techwin Co Ltd: Annual Revenue & Net Income, 2011 – 2012 ($Billion) 
Table 110 Siemens Schweiz Ag: Annual Revenue & Net Income, 2011 - 2012 ($Billion) 
Table 111 Tyco International: Annual Revenue & Net Income, 2011 - 2012 ($Billion) 
Table 112 Zhejiang Dahua Technology Co: Annual Revenue & Net Income, 2011 - 2012 ($Million)
 
List Of Figures (60 Figures)  
  
Figure 1 Video Surveillance Systems And Service Market Segmentation
Figure 2 Video Surveillance Systems And Service Market
Figure 3 Market Size Estimation
Figure 4 Market Crackdown
Figure 5 Video Surveillance Systems And Service Market Segmentation, 2013 
Figure 6 Evolution Of Video Surveillance Systems And Service
Figure 7 Generation Of Video Surveillance
Figure 8 Video Surveillance System And Service Market:
Impact Analysis Of Market Drivers, 2012 – 2018 
Figure 9 Video Surveillance Systems And Service Market: Impact Analysis Of Market Restraints, 2012 – 2018 
Figure 10 Video Surveillance Systems And Service Market: Impact Analysis Of Market Opportunities, 2012 – 2018 
Figure 11 Porters Five Forces
Figure 12 Bargaining Power Of Suppliers
Figure 13 Bargaining Power Of Buyers
Figure 14 Threat Of New Entrants
Figure 15 Threat Of Substitutes
Figure 16 Degree Of Competition
Figure 17 Value Chain Of The Video Surveillance Systems And Service Market
Figure 18 Value Chain Of The Video Surveillance As A Service Market
Figure 19 Video Surveillance System Classification
Figure 20 Analog Video System Using VCR
Figure 21 Analog Video System Using Network Dvr
Figure 22 Ip Surveillance Systems
Figure 23 Advantages Of Ip Video Surveillance System
Figure 24 Video Surveillance Systems And Service Market Segmentation, By Hardware, Software & Service 
Figure 25 Monitors Market Revenue, 2012– 2018, ($Billion)
Figure 26 Video Analytics Market Revenue, 2012 – 2018 ($Million)
Figure 27 Video Management System Market Revenue, 2012 – 2018 ($Billion) 
Figure 28 Vsaas Market Revenue, 2012 – 2018 ($Billion)
Figure 29 Hosted Video Surveillance As A Service
Figure 30 Managed Video Surveillance As A Service
Figure 31 Video Surveillance System And Service: Market Segmentation, By Geography
Figure 32 Market Share Rankings, 2012
Figure 33 Avigilon Corp: Products
Figure 34 Avigilon Corp: Swot Analysis
Figure 35 Axis Communication: Product Portfolio, 2012
Figure 36 Axis Communications: Swot Analysis
Figure 37 Bosch Security Systems: Swot Analysis
Figure 38 Canon: Swot Analysis
Figure 39 Cnb Technology: Product Classification
Figure 40 Cnb Technology: Sales By Geography, 2012(%)
Figure 41 Cnb Technology: Swot Analysis
Figure 42 Flir Systems: Surveillance Products Applications
Figure 43 Flir Systems: Swot Analysis
Figure 44 Flir Systems: Different Strategy Adopted
Figure 45 Geovision Inc.: Products
Figure 46 Geovision: Swot Analysis
Figure 47 Hdpro: Sales By Region, 2011 (%)
Figure 48 Hdpro: Swot Analysis
Figure 49 Hikvision Digital Technology: Swot Analysis
Figure 50 Honeywell Security: Video Surveillance Products
Figure 51 Honeywell Security: Swot Analysis
Figure 52 Intelligent Security Systems: Swot Analysis
Figure 53 Lockheed Martin: Swot Analysis
Figure 54 National Instruments: Products & Services
Figure 55 National Instruments: Swot Analysis
Figure 56 Network Video Technologies: Products And Services
Figure 57 Panasonic Corporation: Swot Analysis
Figure 58 Pelco By Schneider Electronics: Products In Video Surveillance
Figure 59 Pelco: Swot Analysis
Figure 60 Zhejiang Dahua Technology: Swot Analysis

Video surveillance systems and services have gained a significant traction owing to the role they play in identifying unscrupulous activities. These systems are now characterized as indispensible to the society at large, as they serve the purpose of law enforcement and guarantee public safety. Government organizations are heavily investing on infrastructure surveillance in areas like airport, highways; and transportation segments such as railways, government offices, crowded places, and public institutions. The infrastructure sector recorded a market share of 25.2% of the overall market in 2012.The infrastructure sector includes highways, street and bridges, power sector, and transportation; wherein this surveillance is used to monitor large areas and acts as powerful deterrent of crime.

The report provides contribution of  the market, along with comprehensive forecasts for revenue across types, hardware, software & service and applications, and geography related to this market. The types are classified based on system; that is analog and IP video surveillance. The hardware section is further segmented into cameras, monitors and recorder; the software section includes video analytics and Video Management System (VMS); and the service section includes the Video surveillance as a service (VSaaS), which is further segmented into hosted VSaaS, managed VSaaS, and hybrid VSaaS. Applications includes commercial, infrastructure, institutional, residential, and industry infrastructure domains. Each of these segments is further segmented into sub segments. This report covers geographical regions; namely North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and rest of the world.

In the coming decade, the analog cameras are expected to be replaced by the higher resolution megapixel cameras due to the availability of Video Management Software (VMS), with the ease of integration and use of intelligent video analytics. According to this report, the analog camera recorded the highest market share of 54% in 2012; however, the IP cameras are expected to have a higher market share by 2018. Another major trend is the use of video analytics in retail operations. Video analytics are used by integrating software and megapixel cameras into the business management system for retail security management. The key benefits of retail video analytics include the detection of theft and trespassing in secured zones.

Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) is another emerging trend in this surveillance market. The benefit of VSaaS is the fact that it is fully web based and easy to deploy. The video recordings can be stored safely, off-site; thereby, it eliminates the need for video recorders and can be accessed anywhere, and at anytime. The VSaaS market in the commercial sector has the largest share; that is 25%, in 2012, followed by the institutional sector, with a market share of 23% in 2012.

Video Surveillance System and Service Market

Source: MarketsandMarkets Analysis

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