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Weak Growth Resumes for Axis (Q3 2012)

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Bad news for Axis alone or bad sign for the entire market? Now, for three of the last four quarters, Axis has turned in weak growth. In this note, we dig into the trend, the issues and Axis's plan for the future. Background Last quarter (Q2 2012...

By John Honovich - almost 5 years ago

PSIM to be Worth $2.79 Billion? Tricks Exposed

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A new report projects the Physical Security Information (PSIM) market to be worth $2.79 Billion USD - a shockingly high number for a market that has struggled for so long. In this note, we examine the key tricks used to arrive at such a bullshit b...

By John Honovich - about 5 years ago

IMS Moves Up Their Tipping Point to IP

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The most polarizing debate of the last few years is when the video surveillance market will 'tip' to IP video (i.e., be more than 50%). Last year, we declared that the market had already tipped to IP video for new projects in Western countries. No...

By John Honovich - over 5 years ago

How Weak is VSaaS Growth?

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The Next Big Thing - For the past few years, VSaaS has worn this mantle. Does it deserve it? Hype took off in 2008 and four years later, numerous providers emerged and market awareness soared. Now, we are at a point where real growth must be deliv...

By John Honovich - over 5 years ago

Wireless Surveillance Market Size and Growth

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Our recent wireless surveillance usage statistics demonstrated that an extremely low percentage of cameras used wireless networks. This was surprising to many, even somewhat to ourselves, given the level of marketing expenditure and promotion that...

By John Honovich - over 5 years ago

Unrealistic Surveillance Market Growth Projections

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A January 2011 report provides an unrealistically bullish market projection for the video surveillance market. With over 20% annual projected growth projected over the next 5 years for the entire global market, this represents the most aggressive ...

By John Honovich - over 6 years ago

The VMS Price Wars Have Begun

Until 2010, the VMS market enjoyed peaceful growth. Now, with unprecedented price drops, the market faces great turbulence and changes. Users should gain from manufacturer's pain.Out of nowhere, last summer, Milestone dropped the price of its entr...

By John Honovich - over 6 years ago

IMS's 2010/2011 Predictions Examined

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In this note, we highlight and critique video surveillance predictions from IMS Research for 2010 and 2011. For background, review the 2011 IMS report and the 2010 report. At the beginning of 2010, we critiqued their predictions from last year (se...

By John Honovich - over 6 years ago

Video Surveillance in 2011 Recorded Webinar

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Embedded below is the full video of our 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...

By John Honovich - almost 7 years ago

2011 Video Surveillance Guide Released

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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...

By John Honovich - almost 7 years ago

PSIM Market Size and Projections Examined

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In this 5 page note, we examine 4 projections for the PSIM market, providing guidance on the key issues and factors impacting adoption, growth and size. This is an especially interesting case as the projections are widely divergent based on compet...

By John Honovich - almost 7 years ago

Video Surveillance / IP Video Statistics 2010 Examined

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In this note, we examine the (1) global video surveillance market size and growth forecast, (2) breakdowns for Americas, Asia and EMEA, (3) IP video penetration by market segment and (4) growth forecasts for market segment. We offer commentary on ...

By John Honovich - almost 7 years ago

ABI Flips from Super Bull to Bear

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In an interesting turn from their uber-bullish position in years past, ABI Research has issued much lower forecasts and sizing for the video surveillance. In their July 2010, announcement, ABI Research claims: $17 Billion Global Video Surveill...

By John Honovich - about 7 years ago

IMS Video Surveillance Statistics/Projections 2009/2010

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IMS has announced their global video surveillance statistics for 2009 and projections for 2010. Key points made: 2009 global analog revenue down 5% 2009 global network video surveillance revenue up by 18% 2010 overall video surveillance growt...

By John Honovich - about 7 years ago

Debunking V/B Research's Absurd Analytic Projections

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In December 2010, V/B Research caused a stir by issuing extremely bullish video analytic projections of a $1 Billion market by 2012. Now, we have obtained the 11 page original report and can more deeply examine its methodology and flaws. The 'res...

By John Honovich - over 7 years ago

Video Analytics to be $1 Billion in 2012

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An extremely bullish but wildly misleading projection for the video analytics market has been made. V/B Research claims that video analytics will generate more than $1 Billion in 2012 revenue up from an estimated $556 Million in 2009. Of course, t...

By John Honovich - almost 8 years ago

Video Surveillance Market Size and Forecast Guide 2010

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This guide references and analyzes publicly announced forecasts and sizing for the video surveillance market. It should provide extensive background for professionals seeking video surveillance statistics on cameras, video management systems, vide...

By John Honovich - almost 8 years ago

Megapixel Market Growth Examined

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Megapixel is the fastest growth market segment in video surveillance. The recent entrance of dozens of manufacturers has grown the market and reduced the dominance of early entrances. In December 2009, Mobotix announced that it now has about 40% ...

By John Honovich - almost 8 years ago

Long Term Video Analytics Outlook Examined

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With the market perception of video analytics severely weakened (see our polls and discussions), many question the long term growth potential of the video analytics market. In December 2009, IMS Research issued a new report contending that the lo...

By John Honovich - almost 8 years ago

Global Video Surveillance Market to Double in 3 Years

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A research firm has issued a forecast claiming that the global video surveillance market will double over the next 3 years. Their forecast includes the entire market - both analog and IP video. Specifically, they claim the current global market f...

By John Honovich - almost 8 years ago

Recommendations for Surveillance Startups / Investors

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While there are many startups in video surveillance, many of them have under-achieved, especially the most prominent, VC backed companies in the market. Indeed, this has caused VentureBeat to symbolize the security startup market as a sinking ship...

By John Honovich - about 8 years ago

CMOS/CCD Market Projections

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In-Stat has released new projections for the CMOS/CCD market. While the analysis covers the overall market, they make one important projection for video surveillance: "CMOS will make up 62% of security camera image sensors by 2013." [Update 2012:...

By John Honovich - about 8 years ago

Revised 2009 IP Video Projections

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IMS has publicly released revised market forecast for 2009: "IMS still sees growth, but the research firm's predictions are 15 percent less robust after the past three months of watching the market." IMS is still predicting 29% growth for IP video...

By John Honovich - over 8 years ago

2009 IP Video Market Forecast

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IP Video market growth will slow by 66% next year due to the unfolding financial implosion. It is critical for all of us to understand where it will slow, why it will slow and how the impact will be most felt. This report provides projections for ...

By John Honovich - almost 9 years ago

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