Global Video Surveillance Market Spurred by Intensifying Personal and National Security Threats

Published Date : May 22, 2017

ALBANY, New York, May 22, 2017 - has added a new research report to its database on the industry of semiconductors and electronics. The latest report to be added, titled “Global Video Surveillance Market: Industry Analysis & Outlook (2017-2021),” is a comprehensive documentation of the factors that influence the demand and production rates of video surveillance products and services. This includes a look at the factors that have driven or restrained the global video surveillance market over the recent past, and a prediction of the ones that are expected to influence it over the coming years.

The report provides a detailed reports of the global video surveillance market with a special focus on the markets from Europe, the U.S., and China. The report highlights the key trends, drivers, restraints, and opportunities that are likely to affect the growth of the global video surveillance market for the given forecast period. The report also includes a descriptive look at the competitive landscape of the global video surveillance market which includes profiles on the leading players in the market.

One of the key factors promoting the growth of the global video surveillance market currently, is the increasing level of threat experienced at both personal and national levels. The rise of terrorism and civil unrest in several countries is fueling an increase in the demand for security and surveillance measures. Common locations that employ high level video surveillance include military installations, restaurants, hospitals, airports, hotels, schools, casinos, banks, residential compounds, and bars.

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The global video surveillance market is also being augmented by the increasing scope of use of the Internet of Things concept in wireless surveillance. IoT enabled surveillance networks allow both remote monitoring as well as multiple station monitoring of locations, allowing a greater network of detailed surveillance to be built. This could also employ other monitoring devices such as laser, audio, and motion sensors, in tandem with video surveillance, while also using moving cameras through security personnel or drones to achieve a higher level of surveillance.

Video surveillance, or closed-circuit television surveillance implies the use of imaging devices such as cameras and especially video cameras to monitor a particular location. These cameras are designed to function constantly and provide a ceaseless feed of the monitored area to a linked computer or monitor. This allows users to keep a close watch over specific areas manually, while also maintaining a regularized video record surveillance. As opposed to broadcast television, CCTVs only broadcast their recordings to private networks through the use of P2P, P2MP, wireless networks, or mesh wired networks. While common cameras may be employed for surveillance purposes, users often prefer the use of specialized cameras that are capable of functioning non-stop and are difficult to break or dismantle.

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