Study Goals And Objectives
This BCC Research report analyzes the burgeoning market for new technologies that are used in surveillance and security. In this report, surveillance is broadly construed and includes any type of “sensing,” and often recording, of people or property. The report is broken down by major individual country markets such as those in Western Europe, North America and Asia/Pacific.
In most current applications, surveillance equipment is deployed for security purposes, that is, for the protection of people and property. The predominance of the security application is due to the fact that theft and fraud at American stores alone results in losses of approximately $45 billion per year. Based on one large survey covering nearly $3-million retail sector employees, in 2011 one in every 36 employees was apprehended for theft from his or her employer. But not all surveillance involves the security of people and property. Some of the surveillance techniques and equipment discussed in this report have been deployed for damage detection and structural health monitoring systems in aerospace, automotive, naval, civil or other applications.
What is measured in the report is the total demand for the surveillance equipment, by category of equipment. For example, the demand for video recording equipment, regardless of whether the monitoring is for people or things, is measured. Regarding equipment types, as long as the application is for surveillance, it is included in this report. Not covered, however, are non-surveillance applications of equipment. In the case of video recording, non-surveillance applications include ordinary consumer entertainment applications. Surveillance drones are not covered because the market is still in the nascent stage. However, drone surveillance is well worth keeping in mind as the Federal Aviation Administration expects that as many as 30,000 drones will be operating in U.S. airspace by 2020.
Examples of types of systems for which we measure market sales are video camera systems and security cameras, image surveillance and retrieval systems, video storage systems, VoIP surveillance and interception in law enforcement, electronic article surveillance (often carried out via anti-theft tags and RFID), automated remote home monitoring (via Internet), satellite GPS surveillance, traffic surveillance systems, and specialized surveillance sensors and detection devices, many of which are deployed to monitor property or equipment.
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