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ip video surveillance an affordable solution in security and non-security applications – FROST & SULLIVAN

Archana Rao, Senior Research Analyst for Frost & Sullivan (News – Alert) Electronics & Security group has observed that in addition, advanced integration and remote monitoring capabilities combined with falling prices are positioning surveillance as an affordable solution in security and non-security applications.

In order to discuss about the current trends in the video surveillance market trends, Frost & Sullivan has arranged for a presentation at its next quarterly Analyst Briefing on the High Resolution Video Surveillance Cameras Market on the 8th of April 2010. The discussion will include analyses of technology trends, cameras market sizing and competitive adoption trends.

Other analyses have indicated that video surveillance is evolving by the day. At present Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) system which employs a number of video cameras connected into a circuit normally based on a/more coaxial cable/s which connect the cameras with a centralized control center is used. The growth of high speed broadband internet has paved way for the development of IP cameras, which can be used as normal surveillance cameras and also allows users to access the feed from anywhere in the world with just a internet connected PC. Also latest advancements in cam technology have provided greater image detail and carry out intelligent analysis of video thereby positioning video as a must-have in applications of every kind.

Frost & Sullivan has claimed that their briefing will be beneficial to video surveillance camera providers, surveillance camera component manufacturers, distributors, and also system integrators by discussing technology trends and providing forward projections for the European high resolution video surveillance cameras market.




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