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Many factors affecting the video surveillance industry today—aggressive price competition, supply base consolidation, China’s continued prevalence, intelligent analytics, safe cities and the continuing movement from standard to high definition video—make timely market intelligence more important than ever.

Confront the complexities of the global professional and consumer video surveillance markets with our extensive market data and insights.
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  • Josh Woodhouse | December 18, 2017
    According to IHS Markit forecasts over 130 million video surveillance cameras will be shipped globally in 2018. This number has increased dramatically from 2006 when shipments were less than 10 million. The increase in demand for video surveillance cameras has subsequently caused growth in associated storage requirements. The market for external storage systems (SAN, NAS and external DAS) used for storing video surveillance data is estimated to have been worth $1.7 billion in 2017.
  • Jon Cropley | November 29, 2017
    At the start of this decade, many observers expected the video surveillance industry would quickly move towards a recurring revenue model. Much like the cell phone industry, video surveillance equipment would be paid for via a monthly service fee. The reality has so far turned out to be somewhat different. Most video surveillance equipment is still paid for upfront in a one-off fee. Despite this, the market for cloud-connected video surveillance equipment, which is paid for on a yearly, quarterly, or monthly basis has been steadily growing. Known as VSaaS (video surveillance as a service) the market is also forecast to exceed $1 billion for the first time in 2017. This is according to a recently published report from IHS Markit, “Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) Report – 2017”.
  • Oliver Philippou | November 01, 2017
    The recently published IHS Markit Physical Security Equipment & Services Report estimates that the global market for physical security equipment totaled US$29.2 billion in 2016. This represents a $1.6 billion (5.8 percent) increase from 2015. Highlights • Globally, the physical security equipment market was valued at US$29.2 billion in 2016, growing 5.8 percent from the prior year • China was the largest market for physical security gear in 2016, accounting for 29 percent of global revenue • The worldwide physical security equipment market is forecast to reach US$41.7 billion annually by 2021

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Complete analysis and data across key vertical markets. Also included are insights into trends and events, as well as a database of upcoming and current projects relevant to the worldwide physical security equipment market.
IHS Markit Technology is the recognized leader of market intelligence to the global video surveillance industry and major research provider to all 15 of the world’s largest video surveillance equipment suppliers. From IHS Market's first publication of the core CCTV & Video Surveillance report in 2003, the portfolio has expanded to an offering of 3 intelligence services and numerous annual studies. The video surveillance intelligence service is one of these 3 intelligence services and provides comprehensive regularly updated market data and insights on the global video surveillance market.

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  • Jacky Zhang | January 10, 2018
    This is the first edition of the IHS Markit report on physical security in the city surveillance market. The aim of this report is to give end-users insight into the key risks, critical success factors, and challenges that they face in identifying, specifying, and operating physical security solutions.
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  • Josh Woodhouse | November 28, 2017
    This document provides subscribers of the video surveillance intelligence service with a summary of the Enterprise and IP Storage market used for video surveillance. A full IHS Markit report into this area is available separately.
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  • Jon Cropley | November 22, 2017
    Video surveillance as a service (VSaaS) is a solution where a customer pays on a yearly, quarterly, or monthly basis for cloud-connected video surveillance equipment. This is the fifth edition of the IHS Markit report on the world market for VSaaS.
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  • Oliver Philippou | October 18, 2017
    As an element of the Security Vertical Applications Intelligence Service, this database provides comprehensive estimates and forecasts of the market segmented by a broad range of criteria including equipment type, vertical market, geographic region, and service type.
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  • Oliver Philippou | September 01, 2017
    Updated semi-annually, this database provides a global, detailed list of security systems integrators by geography, security vertical market, headquarter location and website link.
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  • Edition Year: 2017-2018
    Oliver Philippou | August 31, 2017
    This is the flagship product for the Physical Security Channel Intelligence Service - Annual delivered in Excel once per annual subscription. Market share estimates for both the distribution of video surveillance equipment and the security systems integration markets, by region, sub-region and service type provide a detailed insight into the competitive environment and potential channel partners.
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Analysts View All (8)

  • Icon Prinicipal Analyst, Video Surveillance
    Jon Cropley is a principal analyst in the IHS video surveillance and security services group. He joined the company in 2001 and has authored numerous syndicated research reports since...
  • Icon Manager, Building Technologies
    Niall Jenkins is a consulting manager for the Building Technologies group at IHS Markit.
  • Icon Executive Director, Security Technology.
    Thomas Lynch is the Executive Director for Security Technology at IHS Markit. Thomas and his team focus across video surveillance equipment, safe cities, public safety, future communications technologies such as LTE, command & control and Cybersecurity.
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