The 612 page 2010 Video Surveillance Industry Guide provides the most comprehensive global coverage of the market, companies and products in video surveillance. It aggregates key analysis and research provided in our over 900+ reports.
What's Inside the Guide?
The Guide provides detailed forecasts, statistics, financials, company and product reviews. Scan the 13 page Table of Contents to see the specific topics and details covered.
How Do I get Updates for the Guide?
Each month, we release a monthly update report, a 50 - 100 page PDF that covers the newest trends and products in video surveillance. Review the January and February monthly reports.
Who is the Guide for?
People who plan to make decisions about video surveillance technologies - primarily those looking to select video surveillance products or develop those products.
What does it Cost?
All corporate subscribers to our Video Surveillance Pro Service may obtain the Guide. Cost for an annual corporate subscription is $499.00 USD. In addition to receiving the Industry Guide Report PDF, you receive 1 full year's access to all 900+ reports.
Sign up now to get the PDF Report and receive access to all of IP Video Market Info.
What other alternatives exist?
If you just want to read the information on the web, you can access all IP Video Market Info reports on-line for as low as $99 for a 3 month period (choose the quarterly plan).
A number of traditional analyst firms provide reports for 10 to 30 times the price of our service. Compare to In-Stat's $3,495 report and IMS's $12,700 report.
The main advantage of traditional reports is detailed revenue segmentation and ranking for specific categories and geographies. By contrast, we provide comprehensive high level statistics and far more in-depth analysis on trends, companies and products.
Unlike traditional analysts, IP Video Market Info is focused solely on video surveillance and is run by industry experts with extensive experience in video surveillance integration and manufacturing. We provide our research direct over the Internet and at a price point that regular businesses can afford.
All contents of the 2010 Industry Guide are collected from existing IP Video Market reviews. The report is an edited, downloadable, sharable version of content you may read individually on the site.
If you have already requested a copy of the guide, there is no need to request again as the contents are the same. For updates, download the January and February monthly reports.
Related Reports on Guide
Winter 2019 IP Networking Course
on Nov 05, 2018
This is the only networking course designed specifically for video surveillance professionals.
Lots of network training exists but none of it...
Contactless Access Credentials Guide
on Oct 29, 2018
Contactless credentials are the most common component used in an access control system and while many look alike externally, important differences...
Security Fence Guide
on Oct 24, 2018
Fences, while a low tech barricade, are a cornerstone of good security. Few physical security elements are as effective at keeping threats away as...
Video Quality / Compression Tutorial
on Oct 17, 2018
While CODECs, like H.264, H.265, and MJPEG, get a lot of attention, a camera's 'quality' or compression setting has a big impact on overall...
Integrator Laptop Guide
on Oct 16, 2018
This 18-page guide provides guidance and statistics about integrator laptop use. 150 integrators explained to IPVM in detail about their laptops,...
Door Hinges Guide
on Oct 10, 2018
Some of the trickiest access control problems are caused by bad door hinges.
From doors not closing right, to locks not locking, worn or warped...
Most Recent Industry Reports
Integrator Credit Card Alternative Divvy
on Nov 13, 2018
Most security integrators are small businesses but large enough that they have various employees that need to be able to expense various charges as...
Directory of Video Intercoms
on Nov 13, 2018
Video Intercoms, also known as Video Door-Phones or Video Entry Systems, have been growing in the past decade as more and more IP camera...
Beware Amazon Go Store Hype (Tested)
on Nov 13, 2018
IPVM's trip to and testing of Amazon Go's San Francisco store shows a number of significant operational and economic issues that undermine the...
Magos Radar Company Profile
on Nov 12, 2018
Magos America General Manager Yaron Zussman admits when he first came across Magos, he asked himself: "What's innovative about radar?" Be that as...
Genetec Privacy Protector Tested
on Nov 12, 2018
Genetec has built Kiwi Security's Privacy Protector into Security Center, an analytic which anonymizes individuals in cameras' fields of view...
Axis: "No One Wants To Buy A Camera"
on Nov 09, 2018
Axis has, in its own description, made a bold declaration:
The industry is changing so rapidly that the following statement might seem bold but...
Axis 2N Intercom Tested
on Nov 08, 2018
Axis expanded its video intercom business buying Czech-based 2N in 2016. Despite competing against owner Axis' intercoms, 2N recently registered as...