The video surveillance cameras market has been changing tremendously in the recent years. Camera manufacturers are on the fast lane bringing in major improvements to address the ever-increasing need for security. With video surveillance becoming the norm from low-end shops to high-end critical infrastructure, manufacturers are faced with more opportunities than ever before.
These market developments will be discussed during Frost & Sullivan's next quarterly Analyst Briefing on the High Resolution Video Surveillance Cameras Market on Thursday, 8 April 2010, at 14.00 BST. The presentation will include analyses of technology trends, cameras market sizing and competitive adoption trends.
Great strides made by camera component providers have aided camera manufacturers to introduce technologically advanced, feature-rich, yet affordable solutions in the recent years, says Frost & Sullivan. Latest advancements provide greater image detail and carry out intelligent analysis of video thereby positioning video as a must-have in applications of every kind.
"In addition, advanced integration and remote monitoring capabilities combined with falling prices are positioning surveillance as an affordable solution in security and non-security applications," observes Archana Rao, Senior Research Analyst for Frost & Sullivan Electronics & Security group. The market study conducted recently explores further the impact caused by a flurry of IT companies entering the video surveillance space.