2009 Video Surveillance Industry Guide Released

Author: John Honovich, Published on Nov 30, 2008

This guide helps video surveillance businesses to:

  • Improve your strategy in the face of the global recession
  • Determine the best companies and products

2010 Industry Guide

The 2010 Video Surveillance Industry Guide is now released. With over 600 pages of new original research, this is the updated and most comprehensive reference manual for the video surveillance industry.

6 reports cite this report:

Axis Hammered by Recession on Feb 04, 2009
Axis video growth dropped from 32% to 9% and, in Europe, revenue actually declined. This is bad news not only for Axis but for the industry. The IP...
Norbain CEO - Recession Forcing Radical Changes on Dec 24, 2008
In the best security executive interview I have ever seen, Alun John, the CEO of leading UK manufacturer, Norbain, examines the severe impact of...
Video Surveillance Research Service Launched on Dec 13, 2008
The Research service provides critical information to help manufacturers, integrators, distributors and investors make better decisions and respond...
Which Video Surveillance Companies are at Most Risk? on Dec 07, 2008
Assessing risk during a recession is critical. During boom times, company failures are rare. As such, partnerships or product choices can...
Pelco Cuts Costs and 1% Employees Layoff 2008 on Dec 02, 2008
Summary: 19 employees cut, salary freeze implemented, corporate jet to be sold, no more personalized license plates. All in all, this is a very...
Examining the Impact of the Recession on Nov 30, 2008
With a global recession no longer in doubt, two fundamental issues will shape the video surveillance business: How significantly the global...

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