Historically, one of the primary motivations for mobile video surveillance systems was to protect the safety and security of passengers, drivers, and other staff. However, as systems have become more intelligent and budgets have become smaller, the focus of customers has shifted towards other benefits. In particular, customers are now interested in features that can provide clear, quantifiable return on investment. This report gives a comprehensive assessment of the global market for mobile video surveillance equipment used within trains and trams, transit buses, and school buses.
It provides readers with an up-to-date, detailed account of the current market size and forecasts for the next five years. For each of the vertical markets, this report covers the trends in cameras and recorders across the American, Asian and EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) regions. The report also estimates the market shares held by each of the major suppliers of mobile video equipment in each vertical.
The specification of this study was developed in conjunction with numerous leading suppliers of mobile video equipment, thus the report focuses on the key trends and considerations that are shaping and will continue to shape the industry.
Senior Analyst, Video Surveillance
Oliver Philippou is an analyst in the security group based in the UK. He is responsible for authoring many of its research reports, such as Mobile Video Surveillance (2011)...