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Video Surveillance and VSaaS (By Type - Analog and IP-based; By Components - Hardware, Software, and VSaaS; By End-use Industry - Residential, Retail, Business Organizations, Transportation, Government Buildings, Hospitality, Industrial, Stadiums, Healthcare Organizations and Others) Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2016 - 2024

This report on the global video surveillance and VSaaS market provides analysis for the period from 2014 to 2024, wherein 2015 is the base year and the years from 2016 to 2024 are the forecast period. Data for 2014 has been included as historical information. The report covers all the prevalent trends and technologies playing a major role in the growth of the video surveillance and VSaaS market over the forecast period from 2016 to 2024. It also highlights the various drivers, restraints, and opportunities expected to influence the market’s growth during the said period. The study provides a holistic perspective on market growth throughout the forecast period in terms of revenue estimates (in US$ Bn) across different geographies, which include North America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), Middle East & Africa (MEA), and Latin America (LATAM). 

Video surveillance means the possibility of visual surveillance without being directly on site. Surveillance can be performed not only on a real-time basis but also recorded for later viewing through data storage devices. Video surveillance technology may be also used for control and regulation purposes such as traffic regulation, production control, and quality assurance. It offers various other benefits, such as the detection of criminal offenses, documentation of security-related events, prevention of vandalism, tracing of offenders, monitoring of open-air grounds, and reduction of accidents. North America dominates the overall market for video surveillance and VSaaS globally, owing to surging terrorism threats and continuous technological advancements in technologies pertaining to security in this region. 

This research report provides in-depth analysis of the global video surveillance and VSaaS market on the basis of type, components, and end-use industry. The video surveillance and VSaaS market based on type includes analog and IP-based systems. On the basis of components, the market is segmented into hardware, software, and VSaaS. The video surveillance hardware market is subdivided into cameras, recorders and storage, encoders, and monitors. Video surveillance software market is sub-segmented into video analytics software and video management software (VMS). The VSaaS market is segmented into hosted, managed, and hybrid services. The video surveillance and VSaaS end-use industry segment comprises residential, retail, business organizations, transportation, government buildings, industries, and others. 

In terms of geographical regions, the report segments the global video surveillance and VSaaS market into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa (MEA), and Latin America; the regions are analyzed in terms of revenue generation. The report provides cross-sectional analysis of the global video surveillance and VSaaS market in terms of market estimates and forecasts for all segments across different geographic regions. 

The report also includes competitive profiling of major players engaged in the development of video surveillance and VSaaS. The major business strategies adopted by these players, their market positioning, and their recent developments have also been identified in the research report. This report also provides market positioning analysis of major players in the video surveillance and VSaaS market based on their 2015 revenues. Some of the major players profiled in the report include Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd., Axis Communications AB, Bosch Security Systems, Inc., Canon, Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., Zhejiang Dahua Technology Co. Ltd., Honeywell Security Group, Agent Video Intelligence, Geovision, Inc., Genetec, Inc., Panasonic System Networks Co. Ltd., and Pelco, Inc. 

The global video surveillance and VSaaS market is segmented as below: 

Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market: By Type

  • Analog Video Surveillance and VSaaS
  • IP-based Video Surveillance and VSaaS 

Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market: By Component

  • Video Surveillance Hardware
    • Cameras
    • Recorders and Storage
    • Encoders
    • Monitors
  • Video Surveillance Software
    • Video Analytics
    • Video Management Software (VMS)
  • Video Surveillance as a Services (VSaaS)
    • Hosted service
    • Managed service
    • Hybrid service 

Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market: By End-use Industry

  • Residential
  • Retail
  • Business Organizations
  • Transportation
  • Government Buildings
  • Hospitality
  • Industrial
  • Stadiums
  • Healthcare Organizations
  • Others (Educational Institutions and Religious Buildings) 

Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market: By Region

  • North America
    • The U.S.
    • Rest of North America
  • Europe
    • EU7
    • CIS
    • Rest of Europe
  • Asia Pacific
    • Japan
    • China
    • South Asia
    • Australasia
    • Rest of APAC
  • Middle East & Africa
    • GCC
    • South Africa
    • Rest of Middle East & Africa
  • Latin America
    • Brazil
  • Rest of Latin America 

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Preface
1.1 Report Description
1.2 Report Scope
1.3 Research Methodology
     1.3.1 Primary Research
     1.3.2 Secondary Research

Chapter 2 Executive Summary
2.1 Market Snapshot: Global Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market
2.2 Global Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Revenue, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn) and Y-o-Y Growth (%)

Chapter 3 Global Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
3.1 Overview
3.2 Key Trends Analysis
3.3 Market Dynamics
     3.3.1 Video Surveillance Market
            3.3.1.1 Drivers
            3.3.1.2 Restraints
            3.3.1.3 Opportunities
     3.3.2 Video Surveillance-as-a-Service (VSaaS) Market
            3.3.2.1 Drivers
            3.3.2.2 Restraints
            3.3.2.3 Opportunities
3.4 Value Chain Analysis
     3.4.1 Video Surveillance
     3.4.2 Video Surveillance-as-a-Service (VSaaS)
3.5 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
     3.5.1 Video Surveillance
     3.5.2 Video Surveillance-as-a-Service (VSaaS)
3.6 Global Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Type, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     3.6.1 Overview
     3.6.2 Analog Video Surveillance and VSaaS
     3.6.3 IP-based Video Surveillance and VSaaS
3.7 Global Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Components, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     3.7.1 Overview
     3.7.2 Hardware
            3.7.2.1 Cameras
            3.7.2.2 Recorders and Storage
            3.7.2.3 Encoders
            3.7.2.4 Monitors
     3.7.3 Software
            3.7.3.1 Video Analytics
            3.7.3.2 Video Management Software (VMS)
     3.7.4 Video Surveillance as a Services (VSaaS)
            3.7.4.1 Hosted service
            3.7.4.2 Managed service
            3.7.4.3 Hybrid service
3.8 Global Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By End-Use Industry, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     3.8.1 Overview
     3.8.2 Residential
     3.8.3 Retail
     3.8.4 Business Organizations
     3.8.5 Transportation
     3.8.6 Government Buildings
     3.8.7 Hospitality
     3.8.8 Industrial
     3.8.9 Stadiums
     3.8.10 Healthcare Organizations
     3.8.11 Others (Educational Institutions and Religious Buildings)
3.9 Competitive Landscape
     3.9.1 Market Positioning of Key Players, 2015
     3.9.2 Competitive Strategies Adopted by Leading Players
     3.9.3 Recommendations

Chapter 4 North America Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
4.1 Key Trends Analysis
4.2 North America Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Type, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     4.2.1 Overview
     4.2.2 Analog Video Surveillance and VSaaS
     4.2.3 IP-based Video Surveillance and VSaaS
4.3 North America Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Components, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     4.3.1 Overview
     4.3.2 Hardware
            4.3.2.1 Cameras
            4.3.2.2 Recorders and Storage
            4.3.2.3 Encoders
            4.3.2.4 Monitors
     4.3.3 Software
            4.3.3.1 Video Analytics
            4.3.3.2 Video Management Software (VMS)
     4.3.4 Video Surveillance as a Services (VSaaS)
            4.3.4.1 Hosted service
            4.3.4.2 Managed service
            4.3.4.3 Hybrid service
4.4 North America Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By End-Use Industry, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     4.4.1 Overview
     4.4.2 Residential
     4.4.3 Retail
     4.4.4 Business Organizations
     4.4.5 Transportation
     4.4.6 Government Buildings
     4.4.7 Hospitality
     4.4.8 Industrial
     4.4.9 Stadiums
     4.4.10 Healthcare Organizations
     4.4.11 Others (Educational Institutions and Religious Buildings)
4.5 North America Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Region, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     4.5.1 U.S.
     4.5.2 Rest of North America

Chapter 5 Europe Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
5.1 Key Trends Analysis
5.2 Europe Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Type, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     5.2.1 Overview
     5.2.2 Analog Video Surveillance and VSaaS
     5.2.3 IP-based Video Surveillance and VSaaS
5.3 Europe Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Components, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     5.3.1 Overview
     5.3.2 Hardware
            5.3.2.1 Cameras
            5.3.2.2 Recorders and Storage
            5.3.2.3 Encoders
            5.3.2.4 Monitors
     5.3.3 Software
            5.3.3.1 Video Analytics
            5.3.3.2 Video Management Software (VMS)
     5.3.4 Video Surveillance as a Services (VSaaS)
            5.3.4.1 Hosted service
            5.3.4.2 Managed service
            5.3.4.3 Hybrid service
5.4 Europe Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By End-Use Industry, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     5.4.1 Overview
     5.4.2 Residential
     5.4.3 Retail
     5.4.4 Business Organizations
     5.4.5 Transportation
     5.4.6 Government Buildings
     5.4.7 Hospitality
     5.4.8 Industrial
     5.4.9 Stadiums
     5.4.10 Healthcare Organizations
     5.4.11 Others (Educational Institutions and Religious Buildings)
5.5 Europe Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Region, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     5.5.1 EU7
     5.5.2 CIS
     5.5.3 Rest of Europe

Chapter 6 Asia Pacific Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
6.1 Key Trends Analysis
6.2 Asia Pacific Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Type, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     6.2.1 Overview
     6.2.2 Analog Video Surveillance and VSaaS
     6.2.3 IP-based Video Surveillance and VSaaS
6.3 Asia Pacific Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Components, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     6.3.1 Overview
     6.3.2 Hardware
            6.3.2.1 Cameras
            6.3.2.2 Recorders and Storage
            6.3.2.3 Encoders
            6.3.2.4 Monitors
     6.3.3 Software
            6.3.3.1 Video Analytics
            6.3.3.2 Video Management Software (VMS)
     6.3.4 Video Surveillance as a Services (VSaaS)
            6.3.4.1 Hosted service
            6.3.4.2 Managed service
            6.3.4.3 Hybrid service
6.4 Asia Pacific Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By End-Use Industry, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     6.4.1 Overview
     6.4.2 Residential
     6.4.3 Retail
     6.4.4 Business Organizations
     6.4.5 Transportation
     6.4.6 Government Buildings
     6.4.7 Hospitality
     6.4.8 Industrial
     6.4.9 Stadiums
     6.4.10 Healthcare Organizations
     6.4.11 Others (Educational Institutions and Religious Buildings)
6.5 Asia Pacific Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Region, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     6.5.1 Japan
     6.5.2 China
     6.5.3 South Asia
     6.5.4 Australasia
     6.5.5 Rest of APAC

Chapter 7 Middle East & Africa (MEA) Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
7.1 MEA Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Type, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     7.1.1 Overview
     7.1.2 Analog Video Surveillance and VSaaS
     7.1.3 IP-based Video Surveillance and VSaaS
7.2 MEA Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Components, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     7.2.1 Overview
     7.2.2 Hardware
            7.2.2.1 Cameras
            7.2.2.2 Recorders and Storage
            7.2.2.3 Encoders
            7.2.2.4 Monitors
     7.2.3 Software
            7.2.3.1 Video Analytics
            7.2.3.2 Video Management Software (VMS)
     7.2.4 Video Surveillance as a Services (VSaaS)
            7.2.4.1 Hosted service
            7.2.4.2 Managed service
            7.2.4.3 Hybrid service
7.3 MEA Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By End-Use Industry, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     7.3.1 Overview
     7.3.2 Residential
     7.3.3 Retail
     7.3.4 Business Organizations
     7.3.5 Transportation
     7.3.6 Government Buildings
     7.3.7 Hospitality
     7.3.8 Industrial
     7.3.9 Stadiums
     7.3.10 Healthcare Organizations
     7.3.11 Others (Educational Institutions and Religious Buildings)
7.4 MEA Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Region, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     7.4.1 GCC Countries
     7.4.2 South Africa
     7.4.3 Rest of MEA

Chapter 8 Latin America Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
8.1 Latin America Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Type, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     8.1.1 Overview
     8.1.2 Analog Video Surveillance and VSaaS
     8.1.3 IP-based Video Surveillance and VSaaS
8.2 Latin America Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Components, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     8.2.1 Overview
     8.2.2 Hardware
            8.2.2.1 Cameras
            8.2.2.2 Recorders and Storage
            8.2.2.3 Encoders
            8.2.2.4 Monitors
     8.2.3 Software
            8.2.3.1 Video Analytics
            8.2.3.2 Video Management Software (VMS)
     8.2.4 Video Surveillance as a Services (VSaaS)
            8.2.4.1 Hosted service
            8.2.4.2 Managed service
            8.2.4.3 Hybrid service
8.3 Latin America Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By End-Use Industry, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     8.3.1 Overview
     8.3.2 Residential
     8.3.3 Retail
     8.3.4 Business Organizations
     8.3.5 Transportation
     8.3.6 Government Buildings
     8.3.7 Hospitality
     8.3.8 Industrial
     8.3.9 Stadiums
     8.3.10 Healthcare Organizations
     8.3.11 Others (Educational Institutions and Religious Buildings)
8.4 Latin America Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market Analysis, By Region, 2014 – 2024 (US$ Bn)
     8.4.1 Brazil
     8.4.2 Rest of Latin America

Chapter 9 Company Profiles
9.1 Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd.
9.2 Axis Communications AB
9.3 Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
9.4 Agent Video Intelligence
9.5 Canon, Inc.
9.6 Geovision, Inc.
9.7 Genetec, Inc.
9.8 Panasonic System Networks Co. Ltd
9.9 Cisco Systems Inc.
9.10 Pelco, Inc.
9.11 Zhejiang Dahua Technology Co. Ltd.
9.12 Honeywell Security Group

Video surveillance enables the monitoring of activity, behavioral patterns, or any other change in environmental conditions. This involves surveillance from a distance by means of electronic equipment (such as CCTV cameras). Video surveillance can be performed in real time, or data collected can be stored for the purpose of evaluation whenever required. A video surveillance system (VSS) typically comprises components such as cameras, recording/control unit and output interface (e.g., monitor). Moreover, the system requirement for video surveillance includes storage, encoders, interface, and management software. Video surveillance systems can be categorized as analog or IP based. The security of individuals, property, and information has become a critical global issue in recent years. The demand for physical security solutions is high due to increasing incidents of terrorism and crime. Presently, the demand for effective security solutions that can deter criminal activities is quite high. In the video surveillance-as-a-service (VSaaS) delivery model, the storage, video management, and analytics solutions are hosted centrally in a cloud environment and are accessed over the Internet. The advantages of such systems include cost efficiency, access to value-added services, a wide array of products for hosted video, easy conversion of analog systems to IP, and increased system performance. The services provided under VSaaS can be hosted, managed, or hybrid. 

Increasing security concerns globally and government regulations have led to increasing adoption of video surveillance systems worldwide. Video surveillance finds applications in the security industry for the prevention of terrorist and criminal activities. Continued investments in infrastructure such as railways, roads, airports, and communication networks drive the demand for video surveillance systems. Advancement in high definition (HD) and megapixel cameras is also one of the major factors that drives the video surveillance market globally. Furthermore, the increasing popularity of do-it-yourself (DIY) video surveillance for home security also contributes to the market’s growth significantly. On the other hand, challenges such as privacy concerns and the high cost of IP video surveillance systems restrain the growth of the video surveillance market. Mobile video surveillance, which enables the streaming of video wirelessly from a mobile video surveillance camera to a control center, represents a major growth opportunity for this market in the coming years. The ability of multimedia and social media surveillance in video surveillance systems is also anticipated to broaden the market’s growth in the near future. Technological advancements in high-resolution imaging and video analytics drive the increased acceptance of the VSaaS market. The need for centralized data and application management reduces IT costs and also enables easy and cost-effective data recovery. This is a major factor responsible for the growth of the VSaaS market globally. Also, the declining cost of storage systems and high-speed Internet access are certain factors responsible for the increasing acceptance of cloud-based solutions globally. However, high bandwidth requirements, corporate protocols for network security, and low adoption by the small office/home office (SOHO) contingent and small retailers hinder this market’s growth. The global video surveillance and VSaaS market was valued at US$ 21.19 Bn in 2014 and is projected to expand at a CAGR of 17.0% during the forecast period (2016 – 2024) to reach US$ 88.25 Bn by 2024.

On the basis of type, the video surveillance and VSaaS market is categorized into analog and IP-based systems. IP-based surveillance systems have rapidly gained a significant market share in recent years due to their inherent advantages of quality, scalability, better resolution, and built-in analytics engines, as compared to analog video surveillance. Thus, they are expected to witness significant demand in the global video surveillance and VSaaS market.

On the basis of components, the video surveillance and VSaaS market is categorized into hardware, software, and services (VSaaS). Video surveillance hardware includes surveillance cameras for capturing video footages, recorders and storage, encoders, and monitors. The software segment includes video management software (VMS) and video analytics software. Based on the service delivery architecture, the VSaaS types include hosted, managed, and hybrid services. The increasing demand for IP cameras has led to the significant growth of the video surveillance hardware market. However, the VSaaS market is expected to grow the fastest due to rising demand for the storage of large volumes of data generated through IP cameras.

On the basis of end-users, the video surveillance and VSaaS market is segmented into the residential, retail, business organizations, transportation, government buildings, industrial, and others segments. The threat to public security continues to rise, which increases the use of video surveillance systems. Furthermore, these systems help protect innocent civilians from terrorist attacks and maintain a safe and secure environment.

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North America and Europe are the key regions driving the growth of the global video surveillance and VSaaS market. The 9/11 terrorist attacks have completely transformed the security landscape in North America, with the extensive use of video surveillance and VSaaS. In 2015, key video surveillance and VSaaS vendors included Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd., Axis Communications AB, Bosch Security Systems, Inc., Canon, Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., Zhejiang Dahua Technology Co. Ltd., Honeywell Security Group, Agent Video Intelligence, Geovision, Inc., Genetec, Inc., Panasonic System Networks Co. Ltd., and Pelco, Inc.


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