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Growth in video surveillance has been happening for years and this report aims to put numbers next to the growth spurt. According to the latest report, Asia will gain significant share in the global CCTV market by 2014-end, with India and China being the key drivers.

The report claims a, “Booming CCTV Market in Asia Forecast to 2014”, it states that mobile video surveillance is a fast growing segment in the video surveillance market. As per the study, the IP-based video surveillance market is recording rapid growth in China. It is anticipated to account for nearly 26% of the total market by the 2014-end. In India too, the overall outlook for IP surveillance looks positive and promising as consumers are shifting from traditional analog CCTV to IP surveillance.

The report also studied the CCTV market in other Asian countries, including Thailand, Malaysia and Taiwan. Besides, the report has looked into the competitive landscape by studying the profiles of key companies Bosch, Samsung and Sony which are operating in the Asian CCTV market.

[tabgroup][tab title=”Summary”][/tab][tab title=”Table of Contents”]1. Analyst View
2. Research Methodology
3. Introduction to CCTV Technology
3.1 Surveillance Technology
3.1.1 Analog Video Surveillance System
3.1.2 IP Video Surveillance System
3.1.3 Remote Video Surveillance (RVS)
3.1.4 Mobile Video Surveillance System
3.2 Surveillance Components
3.2.1 Cameras
3.2.1.1 Analog Cameras
3.2.1.2 IP Cameras
3.2.2 Video Surveillance Storage
3.2.2.1 Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
3.2.2.2 Network Video Recorder (NVR)
3.2.2.3 IP San
3.2.3 Video Surveillance Software and Analytics
3.2.3.1 Video Management Software (VMS)
3.2.3.2 Video Analytics/Intelligent Video Surveillance (IVS)
3.2.4 Video Servers
3.2.5 Video Surveillance Monitors
4. Country-level Analysis: Studying the Future Potential
4.1 China
4.2 Thailand
4.3 Malaysia
4.4 Taiwan
4.5 India
5. Key Players
5.1 Bosch
5.2 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
5.3 Sony Corporation

List of Figures:

Figure 4-1: China – Safety and Security Market (Billion US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-2: China – Forecast for CCTV Market by Technology (%), 2014
Figure 4-3: China – CCTV Market (Billion US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-4: Thailand – CCTV Market (Million US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-5: Thailand – Forecast for CCTV Market by Technology (%), 2014
Figure 4-6: Malaysia – CCTV Market (Million US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-7: Malaysia – Forecast for CCTV Market by Technology (%), 2014
Figure 4-8: Taiwan – Forecast for CCTV Market by Technology (%), 2014
Figure 4-9: India – Electronic Security Market (Million US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-10: India – Electronic Security Market by Segment (%), 2011
Figure 4-11: India – CCTV Market (Million US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-12: India – Forecast for CCTV Market by Technology (%), 2014[/tab][tab title=”Show me the money”]

Booming CCTV Market in Asia Forecast to 2014 

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via Booming CCTV Market in Asia Forecast to 2014 – market research report.

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Dud security cameras installed at Calcutta airport’s international terminal have been recording little more than images of people’s feet, the walls and ceilings for over six months without officials once monitoring the footage, a probe has revealed.

The failure of most of the 25 CCTV cameras to record proper footage came to light when officials probing last Friday’s bribe-and-assault complaint against immigration officials scanned some of the tapes.

“We were shocked to find images of people’s feet along with walls and ceilings. If the focusing was bad in some cameras, others had the wrong angle of view,” said an official who did not wish to be named.

Most of the CCTV cameras apparently do not conform to the specifications laid down by the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security more than two years ago.

“These cameras are not even digital. The Bureau of Civil Aviation Security had specified in the wake of a terror alert that all cameras at airports should be upgraded,” said a security officer,

Modern CCTV cameras designed for high-security zones like airports rotate at regular intervals, recording footage from various angles.

via The Telegraph – Calcutta (Kolkata) | Metro | Cameras look no further than feet.

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The security demands of the hotel industry could be an important driver for the IP-based surveillance market in India. Intelligent monitoring systems can now ensure fool-proof security in hotels. By Sudipta DevPrakash PrabhuThe security and surveillance market has seen a major shift from the analog to the digital, with closed circuit televisions CCTVs now giving way to IP-based intelligent monitoring systems that boast of more advanced technology and are fully integrated. Remote monitoring is a key advantage of network surveillance which enables authorised users to monitor the surveillance footage in real-time.The IP-based surveillance market in India is currently valued at approximately US$ 50-60 million and is expected to grow in the near future at a year-on-year rate of 45 per cent. The hospitality sector is one of the key demand drivers for niche security. “Hospitality is one of the fastest growing sectors in India and we foresee a lot of demand in this sector. Recent terror incidents highlighted the need for effective physical security in the hospitality sector. Sectors like tourism and hospitality need to view security as a strategic imperative and invest to make their security fool-proof and free from vulnerability to ensure their guests are protected from such threats,” states Prakash Prabhu, country manager, Axis Communications, India. He points out that adoption of better compression techniques, multi platform integration and HDTV for improved image quality has helped surveillance videos to be used for alternative applications beyond security.

Continue reading via Discreet surveillance – Express Hospitality.


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As one of the world’s largest countries, air transport is critical to India’s economy and protecting airports from terrorist attacks is a high priority for air transport authorities. To protect against terrorism, airport authorities selected the Infinova/Videonetics solution from over 20 leading manufacturers in the global security industry. The 22 airports covered by the solution include Tirupati airport, serving one of the busiest pilgrimage centres in the world and Agra airport, serving tourist traffic to the Taj Mahal. Other airports include Agatti, Jaisalmer, Chandigarh, Dimapur, Gaya, Jamnagar, Jodhpur, Jorhat, Lengpui, Lilabari, Ludhiana, Mangalore, Nagpur, Patna, Shimla, Silchar, Tezpur, Trichy, Vizag and Varanasi.

via Infinova IP cameras with video analytics to be installed at 22 airports in India | Security News – SourceSecurity.com.