Demand for security cameras is projected to increase 7.2 percent annually through 2021 to $2.8 billion, according to Video Surveillance Equipment Market in the U.S., a new study from Cleveland-based industry research firm Freedonia.
According to a report by Jon Cropley, principal analyst for video surveillance at IHS Markit, the world market for professional video surveillance equipment grew by 3.9 percent in 2016. While this is a higher rate of growth than in 2015 (1.9 percent), it is still low by historical standards, IHS reported.
In order to promote and advance autonomous security vehicles — ground, marine and aerial — security industry veteran Jay Jason Bartlett, managing editor of Security.World online news and information portal, is announcing the formation of the Autonomous Security Association.
Software company Police Priority announced integration between SureView System’s Immix central station software and Police Priority’s CAST technology. The integration will provide all central monitoring stations on the Immix system the capability to seamlessly access Police Priority’s CAST technology.
ADR Security, a New York City-based electronic systems installation and fire alarm service company, has created a unique business serving high-end, high-risk customers called ADR Security Monitoring (ADRSM).
According to an article in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada announced that by the end of 2017, surveillance footage from cameras mounted inside public buses will be live streamed to law enforcement agencies during emergencies.
With approximately 20 percent penetration into homes, professionally monitored security systems that are now interactive and connected have a lot of room to grow — but many others also seek this opportunity. Read more stories in August Issue 2017.