This transition is revolutionary for the physical security industry.Â Yet, this transition is also seen as over-hyped and under-performing when compared to the expectations of many.Â Both are true.Â Overall, network surveillance cameras represent about 8% of the total surveillance camera market (on a revenue basis).Â This is still a tiny percentage.Â Yet, this market segment is growing nearly four times as fast as the overall video surveillance equipment market, which also includes CCTV cameras, Digital Video Recorders (DVRs) and Network Video Recorders (NVRs), and IP Encoder/Streamers.
The revolutionary impact of networked surveillance has yet to come into full force.Â As physical security professionals are generally a conservative set, significant barriers remain to accelerating the transition to networked surveillance.Â The whitepaper examines the current market situation and outlook.
MultiMedia Intelligenceâ€™sÂ whitepaper is free for download and available atÂ Â
Other coverage in the whitepaper includes:
CCTV and IP Camera Markets
Surveillance Customer Segments
Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Networked Video Recording (NVR) Equipment
Associated Equipment, Software, Technology and Semiconductor Opportunities
The Consumer/Do-it-Yourself (DIY Market)
IP surveillance is a core research practice for MultiMedia Intelligence.Â This whitepaper is based on MultiMedia Intelligence's research report "Internet Protocol (IP)/Networked Video Surveillance Market: Equipment, Technology & Semiconductors".
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MultiMedia Intelligence, a market research and consultancy firm, specializes on the markets and technologies for delivering and monetizing digital content and services across multiple platforms. We look beyond the classic 'three screens,' which include TVs, mobile handsets, and computers. We put markets into the broader context of the industry ecosystems that are converging and changing traditional business models.