Surveillance and Security Equipment: New Technologies and New Markets

Surveillance and Security Equipment: New Technologies and New Markets

BCC, Date of Publication: Jan 25, 2013, 249 Pages
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This report analyzes the burgeoning market for new technologies that are used in surveillance and security.  In this report, surveillance is broadly construed and includes any type of “sensing,” and often recording, of people or property.  The report is broken down by major individual country markets such as those in Western Europe, North America and Asia/Pacific. 

In most current applications, surveillance equipment is deployed for security purposes, that is, for the protection of people and property.  The predominance of the security application is due to the fact that theft and fraud at American stores alone results in losses of approximately $45 billion per year.  Based on one large survey covering nearly $3-million retail sector employees, in 2011 one in every 36 employees was apprehended for theft from his or her employer.  But not all surveillance involves the security of people and property.  Some of the surveillance techniques and equipment discussed in this report have been deployed for damage detection and structural health monitoring systems in aerospace, automotive, naval, civil or other applications. 

What is measured in the report is the total demand for the surveillance equipment, by category of equipment.  For example, the demand for video recording equipment, regardless of whether the monitoring is for people or things, is measured.  Regarding equipment types, as long as the application is for surveillance, it is included in this report.  Not covered, however, are non-surveillance applications of equipment.  In the case of video recording, non-surveillance applications include ordinary consumer entertainment applications.  Surveillance drones are not covered because the market is still in the nascent stage.  However, drone surveillance is well worth keeping in mind as the Federal Aviation Administration expects that as many as 30,000 drones will be operating in U.S. airspace by 2020.

Examples of types of systems for which we measure market sales are video camera systems and security cameras, image surveillance and retrieval systems, video storage systems, VoIP surveillance and interception in law enforcement, electronic article surveillance (often carried out via anti-theft tags and RFID), automated remote home monitoring (via Internet), satellite GPS surveillance, traffic surveillance systems, and specialized surveillance sensors and detection devices, many of which are deployed to monitor property or equipment.


REASONS FOR DOING THIS STUDY AND ITS IMPORTANCE

The advent of more sophisticated imaging devices, lower-cost video and enhancements in storage have been principal drivers of the overall surveillance market.  For example, the video segment of the surveillance market alone has been growing by 10% or more per year.  Specialized segments to store video or any other surveillance data, such as data storage systems and network or cloud storage, have been growing even faster.   

In terms of market size, the total surveillance market has reached tens of billions of dollars in annual revenues.  Revenue from sales of surveillance cameras, DVR/NVR, and IP encoders alone is now approximately $20 billion per year. In addition to the factors cited above, the market has been driven by cameras of higher quality and resolution with the ability to store data for longer periods of time.  An additional market driver is the fact that surveillance video has become more valuable to the organization that deploys the technology beyond the traditional security uses because video can be used in liability mitigation, operations and marketing.

There is a broad range of companies operating in the surveillance business, and the report profiles 175 major entities.  Some of these companies are in the developmental stage as they have pioneered key patented technology, for example in the area of data storage and data compression.  Example companies include Samsung, SRI International, Nice Systems, Inc., Axis Communications, Mobotix and ADT Security Services.

 
CONTRIBUTIONS OF THIS STUDY AND INTENDED AUDIENCE

With its broad scope and in-depth analyses by country, this study will prove to be a valuable resource, particularly for anyone involved with or interested in the future of surveillance and security markets.  This study will be particularly useful for exporters, market strategists, researchers and any business professional involved with the development of the various security and surveillance markets.  It will also be of value to potential investors and members of the general public interested in acquiring a business-oriented view of a key and very large sector of the economy.  The projections, forecasts and trend analyses found in this report provide readers with the data and information necessary for decision-making.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION

    STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
    REASONS FOR DOING THIS STUDY AND ITS IMPORTANCE
    CONTRIBUTIONS OF THIS STUDY AND INTENDED AUDIENCE
    SCOPE AND FORMAT OF REPORT
    METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES
    ANALYST CREDENTIALS
    DISCLAIMER

Chapter 2: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY     

        Table Summary : TOTAL MARKET DEMAND FOR SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT, THROUGH 2017
        Figure Summary : TOTAL MARKET DEMAND FOR SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT, 2011-2017

Chapter 3: OVERVIEW

    INDUSTRY STANDARDS
    THE BIOMETRICS MARKET
    MARKET DRIVERS
    MARKET METRICS
    ECONOMIC LOSSES ADDRESSED BY ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE
    EARLY ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE TECHNIQUES
    CURRENT TECHNOLOGY AND THE IP BREAKTHROUGH
    DIGITAL MULTIPLEXING AND MOTION DETECTION TECHNOLOGY
    FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS

Chapter 4: VIDEO SURVEILLANCE MARKET

    OVERVIEW
    MARKET SIZE
    MAJOR VENDORS
            Table 1 : TOP VENDORS OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS
    INDUSTRY TRENDS
    INDUSTRY TECHNOLOGY TRENDS
        WIRELESS SYSTEMS
        IP-BASED SYSTEMS
    GOVERNMENT SPENDING
            Table 2 : WORLD SALES OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT THROUGH 2017

Chapter 5: AUTOMATED SURVEILLANCE WITH SCANNERS

    OVERVIEW
    RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
    AIRPORT SCANNERS
    AUTOMATED LICENSE PLATE SCANNERS
        MASS PLATE SURVEILLANCE
        PLATE READER SYSTEM COMPONENTS
        ANPR IN MOBILE SYSTEMS
        DIFFICULTIES WITH PLATE READERS
        CIRCUMVENTION TECHNIQUES
        OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENTS WITH PLATE RECOGNITION
        PLATE SURVEILLANCE AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
        OTHER APPLICATION OF PLATE READERS
        MEASURING ANPR SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
    MANUFACTURERS

Chapter 6: VIDEO SURVEILLANCE STORAGE SYSTEMS     

    OVERVIEW
    TECHNOLOGY FOCUS IN SURVEILLANCE STORAGE
    PRINCIPAL STORAGE VENDORS
            Table 3 : PRINCIPAL VENDORS OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE STORAGE SYSTEMS, 2012
    HARD DISK DRIVES
    IP SURVEILLANCE
            Table 4 : IP SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM CAPABILITIES
    OTHER STORAGE OPTIONS
    CISCO STORAGE SOLUTIONS

Chapter 7: SURVEILLANCE DATABASE MINING     

    OVERVIEW
    SURVEILLANCE DATABASE MINING AS SUBSET OF BIG DATA
    GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES
    MARKET SEGMENTS
    MARKET PARTICIPANTS
    SEARCHABLE DVR'S
    OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
    EDGE VIDEO ANALYTICS
    ACADEMIC RESEARCH

Chapter 8: SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT MARKETS BY COUNTRY

    OVERVIEW
    ARGENTINA
    AUSTRALIA
    AUSTRIA
    CANADA
    CHINA
    CHILE
    COLOMBIA
    CZECH REPUBLIC
    FINLAND
    FRANCE
    GEORGIA
    GREECE
    INDIA
    ISRAEL
    ITALY
    JAPAN
    MALAYSIA
    MEXICO
    NETHERLANDS
    PANAMA
    RUSSIA
    SAUDI ARABIA
    SINGAPORE
    SLOVAK REPUBLIC
    SOUTH AFRICA
    SPAIN
    THAILAND
    UKRAINE
    URUGUAY
    VENEZUELA

Chapter 9: CONTINENTAL SCALE SURVEILLANCE     

    OVERVIEW
    BRAZIL'S NEW BORDER CONTROL PROJECT
    SECURE BORDER INITIATIVE
    BORDER SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGIES
    IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES
    VENDOR FOR BORDER CONTROL
            Table 27 : SBI-NET BORDER CONTROL PROJECT MAJOR SYSTEM COMPONENTS

Chapter 10: SATELLITE GPS SURVEILLANCE

    OVERVIEW
    MARKET SIZE
    POLICE AND OTHER GPS SURVEILLANCE
    TYPES OF GPS TRACKING UNITS
    MARKET PROMOTION AND RESTRICTION
    VENDORS

Chapter 11: NANOTECHNOLOGY AND SURVEILLANCE DEVICES

    MARKET DIRECTION
    TECHNICAL CAPABILITIES
    MINIATURIZATION OF SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS IS A KEY OBJECTIVE
    NANOTECHNOLOGY IN RADIO-FREQUENCY SURVEILLANCE RADAR
    OTHER NANOTECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS IN SURVEILLANCE

Chapter 12: ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE

    OVERVIEW
    EAS TECHNICAL BASIS
    EAS AND THE SURVEILLANCE ANTENNA MARKET
    MARKET SIZE
    MARKET POTENTIAL
            Table 28 : SALES OF ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE HARDWARE THROUGH 2017
    TYPES OF TAGS
        MAGNETIC
        ACOUSTO-MAGNETIC SYSTEMS
        RADIO-FREQUENCY SYSTEMS
        MICROWAVE SYSTEMS
        TAG APPLICATION AND SOURCE TAGGING
    CONVERGENCE OF EAS AND RFID SYSTEMS IN ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE
    COSTS
    TECHNICAL ISSUES
    VENDORS

Chapter 13: HOME SURVEILLANCE MARKET     

    OVERVIEW
            Table 29 : U.S. MARKET FOR HOME SURVEILLANCE PRODUCTS THROUGH 2017
    TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS
    VENDORS
    FUTURE DIRECTION OF SECTOR

Chapter 14: GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES, FUNDING AND R&D

    GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES
    CHINA'S GOLDEN SHIELD PROJECT
    U.S. SECURE BORDER INITIATIVE (SBINET)
    EXPENDITURES ON INTERNET SURVEILLANCE
    GOVERNMENT RESEARCH INITIATIVES
            Table 30 : GOVERNMENT FUNDING OF SURVEILLANCE R&D PROJECTS, THROUGH 2012
    SUMMARY OF OVERSEAS R&D INITIATIVES

Chapter 15: REPRESENTATIVE PATENTS IN THE FIELD OF ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE

    OVERVIEW
    EXAMPLE PATENTS OF NOTE
        METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM PEERING
        METHOD FOR MAKING SURVEILLANCE DEVICES WITH MULTIPLE CAPACITORS
        ADAPTIVE VOTING EXPERTS FOR INCREMENTAL SEGMENTATION OF SEQUENCES WITH PREDICTION IN A VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
        EXTENDED DEPTH-OF-FIELD SURVEILLANCE IMAGING SYSTEM
        SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PROVIDING WIRELESS SECURITY SURVEILLANCE SERVICES ACCESSIBLE VIA A TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEVICE
        DETECTING ANOMALOUS TRAJECTORIES IN A VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
        IMAGE-PROCESSING DEVICE, SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM, METHOD FOR ESTABLISHING A SCENE REFERENCE IMAGE, AND COMPUTER PROGRAM
        METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR A WIDE AREA COORDINATED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
        SHADOW AND HIGHLIGHT DETECTION SYSTEM AND METHOD OF THE SAME IN SURVEILLANCE CAMERA AND RECORDING MEDIUM THEREOF
        SURVEILLANCE CAMERA
        SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DETECTING A BREACH OF AN ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE TAG
        REMOTE SURVEILLANCE AND INTERVENTION USING WIRELESS PHONE
        VIDEO SURVEILLANCE DEVICE WITH INFRARED LED
        WIRELESS VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM AND METHOD WITH RAPID INSTALLATION
        PREDICTING A FUTURE LOCATION OF A MOVING OBJECT OBSERVED BY A SURVEILLANCE DEVICE
        VIDEO SURVEILLANCE
        SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CENTRAL MANAGEMENT OF NETWORK AND STORAGE RESOURCES FOR A VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
        HIGH RELIABILITY SURVEILLANCE AND/OR IDENTIFICATION TAG/ DEVICES AND METHODS OF MAKING AND USING THE SAME
        WIRELESS AND CCTV MEGAPIXEL DIGITAL CAMERA FOR SURVEILLANCE AND UNMANNED AIR VEHICLES
        FOREGROUND OBJECT DETECTION IN A VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
        COMMUNICATION AND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
        SURVEILLANCE CAMERA SYSTEM
        ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE VIA CORRELATION OF CALL LEGS
        METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MASKING SURVEILLANCE VIDEO IMAGES FOR PRIVACY PROTECTION
        VIDEO SURVEILLANCE CORRELATING DETECTED MOVING OBJECTS AND RF SIGNALS
        IMAGING DEVICE AND METHOD FOR PERFORMING SURVEILLANCE BY INFRARED RADIATION MEASUREMENT
        METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR OBJECT SURVEILLANCE AND REAL TIME ACTIVITY RECOGNITION
        LINEAR SYSTEM BASED, QUALITATIVE INDEPENDENT MOTION DETECTION FROM COMPRESSED MPEG SURVEILLANCE VIDEO
        VIDEO SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT AND VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
        ADAPTIVE SURVEILLANCE NETWORK AND METHOD
        INFRARED ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM WITH DYNAMIC PASSCODE PROTECTION
        METHODS AND APPARATUS RELATED TO IMPROVED SURVEILLANCE
        AUTOMATED SEARCHING FOR PROBABLE MATCHES IN A VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
        ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE TAG
        METHOD AND APPARATUS TO SEGMENT MOTION AREA IN REAL-TIME TO DETECT MOTION IN SURVEILLANCE CAMERA SYSTEM
        RESIDENTIAL SECURITY SURVEILLANCE AND NOTIFICATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
        OPERATION MONITORING AND ENHANCED HOST COMMUNICATIONS IN SYSTEMS EMPLOYING ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE AND RFID TAGS
        MAGNETIC CORE TRANSCEIVER FOR ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE MARKER DETECTION
        ADAPTIVE MULTI-MODAL INTEGRATED BIOMETRIC IDENTIFICATION DETECTION AND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS
        VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
        METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR AN OMNI-DIRECTIONAL VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
        WIRELESS VIDEO SURVEILLANCE JAMMING AND INTERFERENCE PREVENTION
        SECURITY SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM CAPABLE OF OUTPUTTING STILL IMAGES TOGETHER WITH MOVING IMAGES
        SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR DISTRIBUTED MONITORING OF REMOTE SITES
        DISTRIBUTED SENSOR NETWORK WITH A COMMON PROCESSING PLATFORM FOR CBMRNE DEVICES AND NOVEL APPLICATIONS
        METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR FLOW DETECTION AND MOTION ANALYSIS
        METHOD AND APPARATUS OF CONTROLLING A PLURALITY OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS
        SURVEILLANCE VIDEO CAMERA WITH A PLURALITY OF SENSITIVITY ENHANCING UNITS
        GROUPING ITEMS IN VIDEO STREAM IMAGES INTO EVENTS
        SELF-CONTAINED PANORAMIC OR SPHERICAL IMAGING DEVICE
        METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR IMPROVED VIDEO SURVEILLANCE THROUGH CLASSIFICATION OF DETECTED OBJECTS
        PERIODIC MOTION DETECTION WITH APPLICATIONS TO MULTI-GRABBING
        MULTIMEDIA DATA RECORDING APPARATUS, MONITOR SYSTEM, AND MULTIMEDIA DATA RECORDING METHOD
        RING-CONNECTED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM WITH REAL-TIME BACKUP MONITORING
        WIRELESS VIDEO SURVEILLANCE JAMMING AND INTERFACE PREVENTION
        LINEAR SYSTEM BASED, QUALITATIVE INDEPENDENT MOTION DETECTION FROM COMPRESSED MPEG SURVEILLANCE VIDEO
        APPARATUS, METHODS, AND SYSTEMS FOR INTELLIGENT SECURITY AND SAFETY
        LOOP RECORDING WITH BOOK MARKING
        SECURITY SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR USE OF SAME
        METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR SEARCHING RECORDED VIDEO
        APPARATUS FOR AND METHOD OF COLLECTING AND DISTRIBUTING EVENT DATA TO STRATEGIC SECURITY PERSONNEL AND RESPONSE VEHICLES
        VEHICLE SURVEILLANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM
        SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR WIRELESS DIGITAL VIDEO MONITORING
        PORTABLE AREA SAFETY ZONING SYSTEM
        INTERACTIVE SYSTEM FOR RECOGNITION ANALYSIS OF MULTIPLE STREAMS OF VIDEO
        MULTIPLE OBJECT PROCESSING IN WIDE-ANGLE VIDEO CAMERA
        SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR OBJECT TRACKING AND ACTIVITY ANALYSIS
        SECURITY CAMERA INTERFACE
        GROUND BASED SECURITY SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM FOR AIRCRAFT AND OTHER COMMERCIAL VEHICLES
        CONCEALED VEHICULAR CAMERA SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
        VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM WITH RULE-BASED REASONING AND MULTIPLE-HYPOTHESIS SCORING
        SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR INTEGRATING AND CHARACTERIZING DATA FROM MULTIPLE ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
        SYSTEM, METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ADAPTIVE VIDEO SURVEILLANCE OVER POWER LINES
        VIDEO DATA STORAGE, SEARCH, AND RETRIEVAL USING META-DATA AND ATTRIBUTE DATA IN A VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
        NEAR REAL-TIME DISSEMINATION OF SURVEILLANCE VIDEO
        SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ANALYZING VIDEO FROM NON-STATIC CAMERA
        POWER-LINE COMMUNICATION BASED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
        SYNCHRONOUS VIDEO AND DATA ANNOTATIONS
        VIDEOPHONE SYSTEM FOR SCRUTINY MONITORING WITH COMPUTER CONTROL
        VIDEO SEGMENTATION USING STATISTICAL PIXEL MODELING
        METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR USING THERMAL INFRARED FOR FACE RECOGNITION
        SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SURVEILLANCE OF SUSPECTS OF AUTOMATED BANKING MACHINE FRAUD
        VIDEO SURVEILLANCE, STORAGE, AND ALERTING SYSTEM HAVING NETWORK MANAGEMENT, HIERARCHICAL DATA STORAGE, VIDEO TIP PROCESSING, AND VEHICLE PLATE ANALYSIS
        VIDEO SURVEILLANCE CAMERA

Chapter 16: COMPANY PROFILES

    ACTIVIDENTITY CORPORATION
    AD HOLDINGS PLC
    AGENT VI
    AGILENCE
    AGILITYVIDEO
    AIMETIS
    AIPHONE
    AIRBORNE BIOMETRICS GROUP
    AMERICAN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING, INC.
    ARECONT VISION
    ASPECT TECHNOLOGY & EQUIPMENT, INC.
    ASSA ABLOY AB
    AVIGILON
    AVTECH
    AVAAK, INC.
    AXIS COMMUNICATIONS AB
    AXXONSOFT EMEA
    BASLER AG
    BOSCH (ROBERT) GMBH
    BEHAVIORAL RECOGNITION SYSTEMS, INC. - BRS LABS
    CANON, INC.
    CDVI GROUP
    CERNIUM CORPORATION
    THE CHAMBERLAIN GROUP INC.
    CHECKPOINT SYSTEMS, INC.
    CHINA SECURITY & SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGY, INC. (CSST)
    CISCO SYSTEMS, INC.
    CNB TECHNOLOGY
    COHU, INC.
    COMPUTER NETWORK LIMITED (CNL)
    COGENT SYSTEMS
    COMMAX
    DAHUA TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
    DALLMEIER ELECTRONIC GMBH & CO.
    DATACARD CORPORATION
    DEDICATED MICROS
    DIEBOLD, INC.
    DIGIOP
    DIGITALPERSONA, INC.
    DVTEL, INC.
    DYNACOLOR
    ELECTRONICS LINE 3000, LTD.
    ENVYSION, INC.
    EQUINOX CORPORATION
    EQUINOX CORPORATION
    EVERFOCUS ELECTRONICS CORP.
    EVERSPRING INDUSTRY
    EXACQ TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
    FEDERAL SIGNAL CORPORATION
    FERMAX
    FIRETIDE
    FLIR SYSTEMS
    FLUIDMESH NETWORKS, INC.
    GENERAL DYNAMICS ADVANCED INFORMATION SYSTEMS
    GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
    GENETEC, INC.
    GEOVISION
    GEUTEBRUECK
    GLOBAL SECURITY INTERNATIONAL
    GRANDEYE, LTD.
    GUARDIAN PROTECTION SERVICES, INC.
    GUNNEBO AB
    HALMA P.L.C.
    H3C TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.
    HI SHARP
    HIKVISION DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
    HIRSCH IDENTIVE
    HITACHI LIMITED
    HITRON SYSTEMS, INC.
    HOCHIKI CORPORATION
    HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INCORPORATED
    HUNT ELECTRONIC
    HUVIRON CO., LTD.
    IDENTIVE GROUP, INC.
    INDIGOVISION, INC.
    INGERSOLL-RAND COMPANY
    INNOVATIVE AMERICAN TECHNOLOGY, INC.
    INTERGRAPH CORPORATION
    INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION
    INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION
    IDIS CO., LTD. (INTELLIGENT DIGITAL INTEGRATED SECURITY)
    INTRANSA
    IPCONFIGURE
    IQINVISION
    KABA HOLDING AG
    KD SECURE, LLC
    KOCOM
    KODICOM CO., LTD.
    KOVIO
    L-1 IDENTITY SOLUTIONS
    L-3 COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION
    LINEAR LLC
    LUMENERA CORPORATION
    LUXRIOT
    MAGAL SECURITY SYSTEMS, LTD.
    MARCH NETWORKS CORPORATION
    MIRASYS
    MIWA LOCK COMPANY LIMITED
    MILESTONE SYSTEMS A/S
    MOBOTIX AG
    MORPHO TRUST USA, INC.
    NAPCO SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
    NEC CORPORATION OF AMERICA
    N.V. NEDERLANDSCHE APPARATENFABRIEK "NEDAP"
    NETWORK VIDEO TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
    NICE SYSTEMS, LTD.
    NISCAYAH GROUP AB
    NUUO, INC.
    OBJECTVIDEO, INC.
    ON-NET SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS, INC.
    OPTELECOM-NKF
    OSI SYSTEMS, INC.
    PAC INTERNATIONAL
    PANASONIC
    PELCO
    PIVOT3
    PIXIM, INC.
    PROWARE TECHNOLOGY CORP.
    PROXIMEX CORPORATION
    QUINTECH SECURITY CONSULTANTS, INC.
    RAYTEC
    RAYTHEON
    ROCKWELL COLLINS, INC.
    SAFRAN SA
    SALIENT SYSTEMS
    SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS COMPANY, LIMITED
    SANYO ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED
    SARNOFF CORPORATION
    SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC SA
    SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
    SECOM COMPANY LIMITED
    SECUGEN CORP
    SECURIDEV S.A
    SECURITAS DIRECT AB
    SEETEC COMMUNICATIONS GMBH & CO KG
    SIEMENS AG
    SIGHTLOGIX, INC.
    SMARTER SECURITY SYSTEMS, LTD.
    SMARTVUE CORPORATION
    SMITHS GROUP PLC
    SONY CORPORATION
    SPECO TECHNOLOGIES
    SRI INTERNATIONAL
    THE STANLEY WORKS
    STARDOT TECHNOLOGIES
    STEELBOX NETWORKS, INC.
    STING ALARM INC. & STING SURVEILLANCE LLC
    SUPERCIRCUITS, INC.
    3VR SECURITY, INC.
    3XLOGIC
    TAIWAN VIDEO SYSTEM CO., LTD.
    TAMRON
    THEIA TECHNOLOGIES
    TIMESIGHT
    TOSHIBA CORPORATION
    TYCO INTERNATIONAL LIMITED
    UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION
    VERACITY USA, INC.
    VERINT SYSTEMS, INC.
    VICON
    VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LTD.
    VIDEOIQ, INC.
    VIDEONEXT
    VIDIENT SYSTEMS, INC.
    VIDSYS
    VISONIC
    VISUALGATE SYSTEMS, INC.
    VIVOTEK, INC.
    VUMII, INC.
    WIN4NET CO., LTD.
    WREN
    YANTAI TRI-CIRCLE LOCK INDUSTRY GROUP CO., LTD.
    YOKO TECHNOLOGY
    ZENITEL BELGIUM N.V.
    ZHEJIANG DALI TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

Chapter 17: GLOSSARY OF TERMS APPLICABLE TO ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE DEVICES
 
List of Tables

    Summary Table : TOTAL MARKET DEMAND FOR SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT, THROUGH 2017
    Table 1 : TOP VENDORS OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS
    Table 2 : WORLD SALES OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT THROUGH 2017
    Table 3 : PRINCIPAL VENDORS OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE STORAGE SYSTEMS, 2012
    Table 4 : IP SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM CAPABILITIES
    Table 5 : WORLD SALES OF SURVEILLANCE DATABASE MINING PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2017
    Table 6 : TOTAL MARKET DEMAND FOR SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT BY MAJOR REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 7 : ARGENTINA: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH 2012
    Table 8 : IMPORT MARKET SHARES FOR SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT IN AUSTRIA, 2010
    Table 9 : AUSTRIA: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH 2013
    Table 10 : CHILE: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH 2013
    Table 11 : COLOMBIAN MARKET FOR SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT THROUGH 2015
    Table 12 : HIGH-GROWTH AREAS FOR ELECTRONIC SECURITY IN COLOMBIA
    Table 13 : PRINCIPAL SUPPLIERS OF SECURITY EQUIPMENT IN COLOMBIAN MARKET, 2012
    Table 14 : CZECH REPUBLIC MARKET FOR SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH 2015
    Table 15 : GREECE: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY EQUIPMENT THROUGH 2015
    Table 16 : INDIA: SAFETY AND SECURITY EQUIPMENT CATEGORIES OF HIGH GROWTH, 2011
    Table 17 : MEXICO: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT THROUGH 2015
    Table 18 : PANAMA: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH 2013
    Table 19 : RUSSIA: MARKET SEGMENTS IN ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SHARE OF MARKET, 2010
    Table 20 : RUSSIA: MAJOR SAFETY AND SECURITY END-USER MARKET SEGMENTS, 2010
    Table 21 : SAUDI ARABIA: KEY VENDORS OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY EQUIPMENT, 2010
    Table 22 : SINGAPORE: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY EQUIPMENT THROUGH 2015
    Table 23 : SOUTH AFRICA: HIGH GROWTH SEGMENTS IN ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE, 2010
    Table 24 : SOUTH AFRICA: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH 2015
    Table 25 : URUGUAY: ELECTRONIC SECURITY IMPORTS, 2008
    Table 26 : MARKET FOR ELECTRONIC SECURITY FOR BORDER CONTROL AND MONITORING, THROUGH 2017
    Table 27 : SBI-NET BORDER CONTROL PROJECT MAJOR SYSTEM COMPONENTS
    Table 28 : SALES OF ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE HARDWARE THROUGH 2017
    Table 29 : U.S. MARKET FOR HOME SURVEILLANCE PRODUCTS THROUGH 2017
    Table 30 : GOVERNMENT FUNDING OF SURVEILLANCE R&D PROJECTS, THROUGH 2012

List of Figures

    Summary Figure : TOTAL MARKET DEMAND FOR SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT, 2011-2017

 

 

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