Top 3 Emerging Technologies for IP Video / CCTV / Video Surveillance Selected by IP Video Market Info

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360 degree panoramic cameras, storage clusters and Managed Video as a Service (MVasS) lead the way as the best emerging technologies in video surveillance. Grandeye, Immervision, Pivot 3, Intransa and Envysion selected as market leaders for these emerging technologies. Industry leaders encouraged to evaluate at ASIS 2008.

Today, IP Video Market Info announces its selections for the top 3 emerging technologies in video surveillance for 2008. The winning technologies, poised to significantly improve video surveillance are:

  • 360 degree panoramic cameras
  • storage clusters
  • Managed Video as a Service (MVasS)

IP Video Market Info provides extensive analysis on these technologies and selections at Industry leaders are encouraged to review in preparation for the ASIS 2008 exhibition.

The technologies were selected for their ability to enhance video surveillance / CCTV designs, to reduce costs and enable better, more scalable video surveillance. These technologies are expected to demonstrate significant market uptake in the next 12 to 24 months. Security managers and integrators are advised to carefully evaluate them in their new CCTV / IP video projects.

Overview of these Technologies Benefits:

  • 360 degree panoramic cameras can reduce camera count and/or improve coverage by essentially looking in all directions. Grandeye and Immervision were selected as market leaders.
  • Storage clusters can significantly reduce costs, increase flexibility and support megapixel video by eliminating traditional CCTV / video on-board storage. Pivot3 and Intransa were selected as market leaders.
  • Managed Video (MVaaS) can significantly reduce management and deployment costs of DVRs/NVRs. Envysion was selected as the market leader.

"Emerging technologies offer great benefits for security managers and the CCTV/video surveillance industry," states John Honovich, founder of IP Video Market Info. "Understanding which will have the most impact and are ready for wide deployment is critical in selecting technologies that truly work. We hope these selections help security managers make better decisions and guide them in their evaluations at ASIS 2008." monitors topics such as: IP cameras, megapixel cameras, NVRs, DVRs, IP video surveillance software, intelligent video, video analytics, storage clusters, wireless, PSIM, and IT convergence.

The site also monitors in-depth coverage of key video surveillance companies including 3VR, 3xLogic, ACTi, ADT, Aimetis, American Dynamics, Agent Vi, ArecontVision, Avigilon, Axis Communications, BRS Labs, Cieffe, Cernium, Cisco, Clickit, Dedicated Micros, DIGIOP, DvTel, Envysion, Exacq, Flir, Gentec, Grandeye, IQinVision, Intransa, Eptascape, Firetide, FluidMesh, IBM, Immervision, Indigovision, Intellivid, Intransa,ioimage, IQinvision, Milestone Systems, Mobotix, ObjectVideo, Panasonic, Pelco, Pivot3, SightLogix, Vidsys and Vivotek.

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