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Report Examines Global IP Surveillance Market to 2013

Research And Markets : 18 June, 2010  (New Product)
Increased levels of demand are forecast during the next three years for IP Video surveillance equipment as costs are being driven down and the market demands more flexibility from their surveillance installations
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the 'Global IP Surveillance Market 2009-2013' report to their offering.

IP cameras (commonly referred to as network cameras) are video surveillance cameras that utilize Internet Protocol to transmit image data and control signals over a normal Ethernet (network) link. These IP cameras are deployed together with a Digital Video recorder (DVR) or a Network Video recorder (NVR), by which a video surveillance system is created. These systems are faster and highly efficient for a real-time video streaming.

An IP Surveillance system is broadly classified into hardware and software. The hardware consists of display units (LCDS, LEDS etc), IP cameras, Ethernet ports, Digital Video recorders and Network Video recorders. The software applications monitor, alter, record and store the video or data.

The necessity of real-time data, reduction in costs and flexibility are driving the demand for IP Surveillance systems in the market. Moreover, using IP Surveillance over digital Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) gives certain advantages such as automated software, motion detection, flexibility, real-time data, cost efficiency, adaptability, etc.

Presently, IP Surveillance is poised for a significant economy growth among the end users and large organizations, as well as the other big players in the market. As a result, the demand for IP Surveillance is increasing.

The report by TechNavio Insights forecasts the size of the Global IP Surveillance market over the period 2009-2013. Further, it discusses the key market trends, drivers and challenges of this market and profiles some of the key vendors.
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