Niall Jenkis, IHS research manager of video surveillance and security services, offers his thoughts on what video surveillance trends the industry can expect in 2014 and their impact.
December 17, 2013
Research firm IHS Inc. is forecasting strong growth for security equipment in schools throughout the United States for the next several years. IHS estimates the market size for security equipment in schools to reach $634 million this year and is expected to surpass $720 million by 2014.
December 10, 2013
While most critical infrastructure sites are target applications for electronic perimeter security, electrical utilities and oil refineries are projected to have the most growth opportunity, according to research firm IHS Inc.
December 09, 2013
The Asian distribution market for video surveillance equipment is poised to grow at an annual rate of almost 15% within the next five years. The market continues to grow quickly despite that video surveillance equipment market is primarily served by a multitude of small, privately-owned distributors, according to a report by IHS.
December 02, 2013
Analysts have forecast intelligent devices in perimeter security to top $200 million in 2013 as video surveillance and analytics are becoming an integral part of electronic perimeter security solutions.
November 13, 2013
The influx of high-definition (HD) video cameras has sparked an “extraordinary deluge of data” in the surveillance business, according to research firm IHS.
October 15, 2013
Airports worldwide are seeking to deploy automation technology for security and access control in an effort to cut costs, according to a report by IHS.
October 15, 2013
Analysts expect un-cooled thermal security camera shipments to grow 25% within the next five years, due to the steep declines in average selling prices, according to IHS.
October 07, 2013
Fueled by a global industry for physical security equipment and services estimated to be worth $110 billion in 2012, some industry analysts have predicted that manufacturers would consolidate as the market matures. Not so according to a new report from research firm IHS, which instead predicts competition will drive the market and cause the industry to become more fragmented.
October 02, 2013
The Americas contributed to 70% of all revenue in the global mobile video surveillance equipment market in 2012, with the majority coming from North America, according to new research from IHS.
September 19, 2013