Video Surveillance / CCTV Industry Guide 2009 Released

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Learn How to Respond to the Recession, Who to Partner With and How to Compete in the IP Video Surveillance and CCTV markets. 2009 will be the biggest change in video surveillance in the last 8 years. The 2009 Video Surveillance Industry Guide will help you survive and thrive during this turbulent times.

Today, announces the 2009 Video Surveillance Industry Guide. This Guide will enable industry professionals to plan their response to the global recession and to understand the strengths and weaknesses of their competitors. Unlike traditional analyst reports, this 246 page report was developed by a video surveillance industry expert and can be purchased on-line for immediate access at 99% less price than traditional reports.

Key findings of the Guide are:

  • IP Video market will grow 15% in 2009
  • Growth rate will shrink by 66% compared to 2008
  • Companies must significantly change their strategic plans for 2009
  • A number of product segments will face severe challenges

The Guide features over 150 pages of in-depth coverage on the top 65 video surveillance companies - including analysis on key strengths and weaknesses plus what companies are most likely to fail.

"The ongoing financial crisis and accelerating downturn have fundamentally changed the video surveillance marektplace," states John Honovich, founder of "The industry must understand and adapt to these changes. This Guide will help industry professionals respond. And with our innovative online business model, more people can afford high quality video surveillance information than ever before." monitors and analyzes leading segments 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, ipConfigure, Firetide, FluidMesh, IBM, Immervision, Indigovision, Intellivid, Intransa,ioimage, IQinvision, LenSec, Milestone Systems, Mobotix, ObjectVideo, Orsus, Panasonic, Pelco, Pivot3, Raytec, SightLogix, TimeSight Systems, VideoIQ, Video-Insight, Vidsys and Vivotek.

About provides a single source for information on Video Surveillance and CCTV news and analysis. Automatically aggregating and organizing news from across the web, ensures that readers never miss important information and can easily stay informed. With original analysis and reports released weekly, readers gain an unprecedented level of insight into key trends, products and companies.


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