2011 Video Surveillance Guide Released

By John Honovich, Published Dec 04, 2010, 07:00pm EST

We are excited to release our 194 page, 2011 Video Surveillance Guide. This Guide brings together the best of our reports and updates analyzing the current state and future of video surveillance. Inside, Corporate members can request a PDF copy of the Guide to be emailed to them.

[Updated: Inside the Pro section, the 65 minute recorded webinar on "Video Surveillance in 2011" is now included for all members to watch.]

What's Inside

The 2011 Guide covers the business, technology and trends of the video surveillance market. For a list of the details, review the Table of Contents for the 2011 Video Surveillance Guide [link no longer available]. The major sections include:

  • Financial Projections and Reports
  • Investments/Acquisitions
  • Future Trends
  • New Camera Releases
  • New VMS/NVR/Storage Releases
  • VMS, VSaaS, Video Analytic and Standards Updates
  • RFPs Reviewed
  • Additionally, we had a member's webinar on December 9th to discuss these topics. Embedded below is the full video of the 65 minute webinar. Watch the webinar from becoming to end covering IP camera sales, Analog vs IP manufacturers, HDcctv, VSaaS, Remote Monitoring and more. Here is a timeline so you can navigate the recording:

    • Start - IP Camera Sales
    • 5 minute mark - Analog Manufacturers vs IP Upstarts
    • 11 minute mark - Future of HDcctv
    • 39 minute mark - VSaaS Future
    • 42 minute mark - Remote Monitoring
    • 52 minute mark to end - Open QA - storage, ONVIF 2.0, PSIM

    Remote monitoring generated the most discussion and interest.

    Here's the full video. Links to referenced articles are provided below the video.

    We reference the following posts in the webinar:

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