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Research and Markets: Positioning of Video Surveillance as an Indispensable Security Tool to Raise Demand for High-Resolution Cameras inside Europe

Research and Markets(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/142375/european_video_sur) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan’s new report “European Video Surveillance Cameras Market” to their offering.

This study provides an indepth coverage of video surveillance cameras market in the European region. Video surveillance cameras are at the cusp of transformation from analogue to IP and increasingly to high resolution megapixel cameras in the recent years. The vibrant and highly competitive market has made great strides in the last decade owing to significant advancements in lenses, image sensors and processors market.

This Frost & Sullivan research service titled European Video Surveillance Cameras Market provides in-depth analyses of technology, competition, pricing and distribution trends for video surveillance cameras in the European market. The study also includes a detailed analysis of various trends across the commercial, government and transport verticals. In this research, Frost & Sullivan’s expert analyst thoroughly examine the following markets: analogue and Internet protocol (IP) technology {standard video graphics array (VGA), megapixel, high definition}.

Market Overview There has been a marked preference for IP-based surveillance over analogue cameras, as end users have become increasingly aware of the need for high-quality security and surveillance to prevent crime, vandalism and ensure the cost-efficient use of guards. Until recently, the economic turbulence and consequent budget freeze as well as longer sales cycles in 2009 had dampened the rapid migration from analogue to IP-based surveillance. As analogue still holds a majority share of the shipment, the lack of competency and push from the traditional distribution channel makes it harder for IP manufacturers to reach the market. However, IP is witnessing resurgence with users acknowledging its benefits of enhanced image quality and detail offered by megapixel and high-definition cameras and its use of the existing IP infrastructure. Video surveillance solutions are becoming a norm in most security installations, says the analyst of this research. In addition, advanced integration and remote monitoring capabilities combined with falling prices is positioning surveillance as an affordable solution in security as well as non-security applications.

Read More: http://it.tmcnet.com/news/2010/05/24/4804299.htm




One thought on “Research and Markets: Positioning of Video Surveillance as an Indispensable Security Tool to Raise Demand for High-Resolution Cameras inside Europe

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    Posted by Donovan Beach | May 28, 2010, 5:01 am

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