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  • The Video Surveillance Market: Hardware and Software Market Trends and Forecasts

    3Q 2010 | Report | RR-VIDEO-10 | 92 pages | 24 tables | 50 charts | Excel | PDF | Powerpoint

    The vibrant video surveillance market contains a complex ecosystem that includes cameras, storage, software, miscellaneous hardware, and professional services. Traditional analog solutions increasingly face challenges from newer IP products. New technologies such as high-definition cameras are spurring growth.

    This study provides detailed analysis and forecasts of key technologies such as IP and analog cameras, megapixel cameras, software, storage, and professional services. It provides a detailed analysis of the key vertical markets for video surveillance as well as their rates of growth. It also examines major trends in the video surveillance industry.

    Table of Contents

    • Executive Brief: Top-Line Forecast
    • 1. Executive Summary
      • 1.1. Scope & Methodology for this Report
      • 1.2. Market Sizing
      • 1.3. Market Drivers
      • 1.4. Major Market Trends
      • 1.5. Technology Trends
    • 2. Market Issues
      • 2.1. The Effect of the Economy
        • 2.1.1. Regional Impact of the Recession
        • 2.1.2. Market Segment Impact
      • 2.2. Video Surveillance Evolves
        • 2.2.1. Analog Networks Move toward Hybrid Networks
        • 2.2.2. IP Networks Gain, but…
      • 2.3. Major Video Surveillance Drivers
        • 2.3.1. Faster Chips Mean More Options
        • 2.3.2. Asian-Branded Cameras Make Inroads
        • 2.3.3. High-Definition Everywhere
        • 2.3.4. The Emergence of Thermal Cameras
        • 2.3.5. The Convergence of Physical Security & Video Surveillance
        • 2.3.6. Fear of Terrorist Attacks
        • 2.3.7. Violence in Schools
        • 2.3.8. Theft Avoidance
        • 2.3.9. Revenue Enhancement
        • 2.3.10. Improved Operations
      • 2.4. Obstacles to Growth
        • 2.4.1. Installer Resistance
        • 2.4.2. IT Department Reluctance
        • 2.4.3. Costs
        • 2.4.4. Installed Base Resistance
      • 2.5. Key Vertical Markets
        • 2.5.1. Government
        • 2.5.2. Defense Department Video Surveillance
        • 2.5.3. Municipal Government
        • 2.5.4. Governmental Video Surveillance Activity outside North America
        • 2.5.5. Finance & Banking
        • 2.5.6. Retail
        • 2.5.7. Casinos
        • 2.5.8. Education
        • 2.5.9. Transportation
        • 2.5.10. Utilities
        • 2.5.11. The Corporate Video Surveillance Market
        • 2.5.12. Video Surveillance as a Service
        • 2.5.13. Managed Video Surveillance as a Service for SMBs
      • 2.6. The Home Video Surveillance Market
        • 2.6.1. The Do-It-Yourself Market
        • 2.6.2. The Mainstream Home Video Surveillance Market
      • 2.7. The Battle over Standards
        • 2.7.1. The Physical Security Interoperability Alliance
        • 2.7.2. The Open Network Video Interface Forum
      • 2.8. Analytics
        • 2.8.1. Definition
        • 2.8.2. The Current State of the Industry
        • 2.8.3. Security Applications for Analytic Software
        • 2.8.4. Marketing & Sales Analytic Software Applications
        • 2.8.5. Operations Applications
        • 2.8.6. Revenue-Enhancement Applications
        • 2.8.7. Long-Term Prospects
        • 2.8.8. Drivers
        • 2.8.9. Challenges
      • 2.9. Channel Business Models & Issues
        • 2.9.1. Traditional Physical Security Resellers versus IP-Oriented Resellers
        • 2.9.2. Web-Direct to Installers
        • 2.9.3. The Invasion of Off-Shore IP Products & their Impact on Margins
      • 2.10. The Role of 3G Cellular on Video Surveillance
        • 2.10.1. The Increasing Role of 3G as a Platform for Viewing Video Surveillance
    • 3. Technology Issues
      • 3.1. Video Surveillance Components: Technological Challenges
        • 3.1.1. Cameras
        • 3.1.2. Storage
        • 3.1.3. Analytics
        • 3.1.4. H.264 Compression
        • 3.1.5. Processors
        • 3.1.6. Wi-Fi & Video Surveillance
        • 3.1.7. Integration of Multi-Vendor Components
        • 3.1.8. System Management
      • 3.2. Video Surveillance and Fault Tolerance
      • 3.3. Intelligence at the Edge versus Centralized Video Surveillance
      • 3.4. Cellular Connectivity
    • 4. Competitive Landscape
      • 4.1. 3VR Security Inc
      • 4.2. Agent Video Intelligence
      • 4.3. Analog Devices Inc
      • 4.4. Aptina Imaging Corporation
      • 4.5. Aruba Networks Inc
      • 4.6. Aviat Networks
      • 4.7. Axis Communications
      • 4.8. Bosch Security Systems
      • 4.9. Cisco Systems Inc
      • 4.10. Conexant Systems Inc
      • 4.11. DVTel Inc
      • 4.12. EMC Corporation
      • 4.13. Envysion
      • 4.14. Exacq Technologies Inc
      • 4.15. Freescale Semiconductor Inc
      • 4.16. Genetec Inc
      • 4.17. Hewlett-Packard
      • 4.18. iControl Networks Inc
      • 4.19. IBM
      • 4.20. IntelliVision
      • 4.21. iRes Technology
      • 4.22. Logitech
      • 4.23. Lumenera Corporation
      • 4.24. March Networks Corporation
      • 4.25. Milestone Systems
      • 4.26. NICE Systems
      • 4.27. ObjectVideo Inc
      • 4.28. On-Net Surveillance Systems Inc
      • 4.29. Pelco by Schneider Electric
      • 4.30. Pixim Inc
      • 4.31. Stretch Inc
      • 4.32. TimeSight Systems Inc
      • 4.33. Verint Systems Inc
      • 4.34. Vidient Systems Inc
      • 4.35. VideoIQ
      • 4.36. Wren Solutions
    • 5. Market Forecasts
      • 5.1. The Relative Growth of IP Cameras and Analog Cameras
      • 5.2. The Changing Pattern for Video Surveillance Camera Revenue
      • 5.3. Regional Distribution of Video Surveillance Camera Revenue
      • 5.4. The Revenue Growth for Megapixel Cameras
      • 5.5. Video Surveillance Storage Revenue by Type
      • 5.6. US Video Surveillance Storage Revenue Forecast
      • 5.7. Canadian Video Surveillance Storage Revenue Forecast
      • 5.8. European Video Surveillance Storage Market Revenue Forecast
      • 5.9. Asia-Pacific Video Surveillance Storage Revenue Forecast
      • 5.10. Rest of World Video Surveillance Storage Revenue Forecast
      • 5.11. Video Surveillance Software Revenue Forecast
      • 5.12. Video Surveillance Residential Non-Service Revenue Forecast
      • 5.13. Video Surveillance Professional Services Revenue Forecast
      • 5.14. Video Surveillance Camera Revenue Vertical Market Forecast
      • 5.15. Government Sector Video Surveillance Camera Revenue Forecast
      • 5.16. Banking Sector Video Surveillance Camera Revenue Forecast
      • 5.17. Retail Sector Video Surveillance Camera Revenue Forecast
      • 5.18. Education Sector Video Surveillance Camera Revenue Forecast
      • 5.19. Transportation Sector Video Surveillance Camera Revenue Forecast
      • 5.20. Corporate Sector Video Surveillance Camera Revenue Forecast
      • 5.21. Analog Camera Revenue Forecast by Region of the World
      • 5.22. IP Video Surveillance Camera Revenue by Region Forecast
      • 5.23. Miscellaneous Hardware Forecast
    • 6. Further Research
      • 6.1. RR-SMB: The SMB and Wi-Fi
    • 7. Company List
    • 8. Acronyms
    • Table 1-1, Overall Video Surveillance Revenue, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015

    Tables

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    1. Overall Video Surveillance Revenue, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    2. Video Surveillance Camera Shipments by Type, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    3. Video Surveillance Storage Revenue by Type, Rest of World, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    4. Video Surveillance Software Revenue by Type, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    5. Video Surveillance Residential Non-Service Revenue, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    6. Video Surveillance Professional Services Revenue, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    7. Video Surveillance Camera Revenue by Vertical Market Segment, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    8. Government Sector Video Surveillance Camera Revenue by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    9. Banking Sector Video Surveillance Camera Revenue by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    10. Retail Sector Video Surveillance Camera Revenue by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    11. Education Sector Video Surveillance Camera Revenue by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    12. Transportation Sector Video Surveillance Camera Revenue by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    13. Video Surveillance Camera Revenue by Type, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    14. Corporate Sector Video Surveillance Camera Revenue by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    15. Analog Video Surveillance Camera Revenue by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    16. IP Camera Video Surveillance Revenue by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    17. Miscellaneous Video Surveillance Hardware Revenue, World Market Forecast: 2008-2015
    18. Video Surveillance Camera Revenue by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    19. Video Surveillance Megapixel Camera Revenue, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    20. Video Surveillance Storage Revenue by Type, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    21. Video Surveillance Storage Revenue by Type, United States, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    22. Video Surveillance Storage Revenue by Type, Canada, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    23. Video Surveillance Storage Revenue by Type, Europe, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    24. Video Surveillance Storage Revenue by Type, Asia-Pacific, Forecast: 2008 to 2015

    Charts

    1. Overall Video Surveillance Revenue, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015
    2. Video Surveillance Camera Revenue by Vertical Market Segment World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2015