Projecting Network Video Surveillance SalesBy John Honovich, Published on Feb 09, 2010
IMS says that they have adjusted their 2010 estimate for global network video surveillance sales. In 2007, they estimated a market of $2.6 Billion. Now, they are estimating about $2 Billion for 2010 sales or a reduction of about 23%.
This was cited in a February 2010 article [link no longer available]. Specifically, "When the forecast was initially released in 2007, it underestimated the severity of the economic downturn and as a result, we haven’t really seen the $2.6 billion target. We estimate that network video surveillance sales in 2010 will be around the $2 billion mark."