Value-Added Services in Video Surveillance

2Q 2016 | Application Analysis Report | AN-2264 | PDF

In a way, the security and video surveillance industry has been getting ready for the advent of the IoT for many years, with its gradual transition from analog to digital technologies and increased adoption of a network-centric approach based on connecting its systems and devices to IP-based networks. With technological developments continuously increasing the quality and the quantity of the data generated by surveillance cameras and other security systems, the industry has been working on improving its ability to collect, store, and make sense of these data, creating increasingly sophisticated video management systems, video compression algorithms, and analytics software. The IoT helps in this effort by bringing to the industry a vision in which the data generated by connected devices and systems are analyzed (whether locally or remotely) to derive meaningful information that is then provided to the right entity (a person, a device, a system) at the right time, an approach that is expected to disrupt the traditional market and create new opportunities. 

Table of Contents

  • 1. INTRODUCTION
  • 2. VIDEO ANALYTICS
    • 2.1. Understanding Video Analytics
    • 2.2. Beyond Security: VA as Business Intelligence Tool
  • 3. MAIN TRENDS AND OBSERVATIONS
    • 3.1. Video Surveillance as a Service
    • 3.2. Integrated Management of Video Surveillance and Other Security Systems
  • 4. VAS OPPORTUNITIES AND FORECASTS
    • 4.1. VAS Categories in the Video Surveillance Market
    • 4.2. Market Forecasts
  • 5. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
    • 5.1. Genetec
    • 5.2. Intelli-Vision
    • 5.3. Milestone Systems
    • 5.4. Honeywell Security Group
    • 5.5. Kintronics
    • 5.6. Bosch Security
    • 5.7. Digital Barriers
    • 5.8. Qognify
    • 5.9. Aimetis