Kategori: IP Video surveillance
In an article at Securityinfowatch I argue that technological change has made the video surveillance industry more fragmented and that it is likely to consolidate in the coming years. The article can be found here. Antigua, Guatemala.
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Back in October 2009, I made some predictions regarding the growth rate of IP video surveillance. Video surveillance is currently undergoing a technological transition from analog CCTV to digital cameras that are connected over the internet. The presentation below summarizes my predictions concerning growth rates that could be expected in the period 2009-2013. By drawing […]