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  • Jon Cropley | August 28, 2015
    The previous year has seen some big changes in the supply base for video management software (VMS). Canon acquired Milestone Systems, Panasonic acquired Video Insight, ONSSI acquired SeeTec, and, most recently, NICE Systems decided to sell off its physical security business unit. Despite this, supply of VMS remains fragmented. According to estimates from IHS Inc. through its video surveillance intelligence service, no single vendor possessed a share greater than eight percent in 2014 and this is unlikely to change greatly in 2015
  • Sandeep Nayak | June 24, 2015
    The Oceania market for CCTV and video surveillance equipment, which is estimated to have been worth $190 million in 2014, is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 5.5% until 2019. IHS forecasts that the market will experience a continued shift towards network video surveillance solutions.
  • Blake Kozak, Aaron Dale | June 16, 2015
    The purchase of Brivo by Mr. Drako is yet another example of the deepening integration between access control and video. Although the entities will remain separate, the level of integration and offering will likely escalate. What makes this a unique case is that the owner of a cloud-based video provider is expanding into cloud-based access control. While we have seen acquisitions of providers of cloud-services, e.g. Kaba and Keyscan and Avigilon with RedCloud, this is a first.

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The IHS Critical National Infrastructure Intelligence Service brings you the analysis, data and insight to make informed strategic decisions in the critical national infrastructure physical security market.
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IHS 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’s first publication of the core CCTV & Video Surveillance report in 2003, the portfolio has expanded to an offering of over 15 annual studies and the new Video Surveillance Intelligence Service.

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  • Jon Cropley, Josh Woodhouse, Harry Cai | August 26, 2015
    Included in the Video Surveillance Intelligence Service, is an annual Market Share database with a total of twelve (12) market share tables for each region (top 10) - EMEA, Americas, Asia, China and World. The market share tables are for the following product types: total CCTV & video surveillance equipment...
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  • Jon Cropley, Josh Woodhouse, Harry Cai | August 26, 2015
    IHS has researched the market for video surveillance equipment for over a decade. Its Video Surveillance Intelligence Service provides the most detailed analysis available. As an element of the service, this database provides...
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  • Paul Bremner | July 21, 2015
    Included in the Critical National Infrastructure CNI Intelligence Service is a database of current and projected major construction projects. This database is updated every two months from the list of major construction projects that form part of the Executive Overview for countries analysed by IHS Country & Industry Forecasting.
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  • Icon Research Manager, Power Supplies & Wireless Power
    David is Research Manager for the Power Supplies & Wireless Power group at IHS, leading a team of analysts focused on our intelligence services, research on key technology trends and consumer analysis.
  • 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 Research Manager, Video Surveillance, Security Services & Smart Home
    Niall Jenkins is a research manager for the industrial & medical technology group at IHS. Niall leads a team of analysts focused on video surveillance equipment, the key technology trends, and route to market analysis.
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