2010 Video Surveillance Industry Guide

By: John Honovich, Published on Mar 07, 2010

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 [link no longer available] 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.

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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 [link no longer available] and IMS's $12,700 report [link no longer available].

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.

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.

2 reports cite this report:

New Edition 2009 Video Surveillance Industry Guide on May 16, 2009
The 2010 Guide has now replaced the 2009 edition - providing double the coverage of 2009.  The 612 page 2010 Video Surveillance Industry Guide...
2009 Video Surveillance Industry Guide Released on Nov 30, 2008
This guide helps video surveillance businesses to: Improve your strategy in the face of the global recession Determine the best...

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