Surveillance Operational Handbook 2012

Author: John Honovich, Published on Nov 11, 2012

We are excited to release our Surveillance Operational Handbook, a 50 page guide featuring 40+ charts/tables capturing what is being sold, used and deployed in the real world.

This guide will help you understand the actions of your peers or customers so you can make better decisions.

The key topics included are:

Business

  • Lifespan of Surveillance Systems Average
  • Camera Markup Averages
  • VMS Annual Support / License Fee Preferences
  • Maintenance Purchasing Preferences
  • Leasing Surveillance Preferences
  • Warranty Term Averages
  • Subcontractor Usage Averages
  • RFP Quality Satisfaction Rates

Operations

  • Storage Duration Averages
  • Storage Type Preferences (DAS vs SAN vs NAS)
  • Frame Rate Recording Averages
  • Recording Mode (Motion vs Continuous) Usage
  • Motion Detection: Camera vs Server Side Preferences
  • Camera Model Averages Per Project
  • Hard Drive Failure Rates
  • IP Camera Installation Tool Preferences
  • IP Video Network Deployment Preferences

Products

  • IP and MP Camera Adoption Rates
  • Video Analytic Usage Rates
  • Surveillance Monitor Preferences
  • PoE: Switch vs Midspan Preferences
  • Mobile Application Usage Averages
  • Wireless Surveillance Usage Rates
  • UPS Deployment Statistics
  • PTZ Usage Statistics
  • Video / Access Control Integration Rates
  • Varifocal vs Fixed Lens Preferences
  • IR Illuminator Usage Rates
  • Encoder Usage Rates
  • Hardware Usage Preferences
  • PSIM Deployment Rates

Review the Table of Contents for the Handbook and a sample section.

The total handbook is 50 pages and contains 40 charts/tables. While typical statistical reports cost thousands, this report is free for all IPVM members.

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