Economic Meltdown Rocks Video Surveillance Market

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Deepening Recession Forcing Fundamental Changes for Video Surveillance Businesses; Not Only is Growth Slowing Significantly but Major Deep Changes are Occuring

Today, IP Video Market Info ( releases a report analyzing the severe economic impact that the global financial meltdown is having on the video surveillance market. The report examines the four most critical structural changes the recession is imposing on video surveillance.

"The video surveillance industry has repeatedly assumed that it would be immune to the broader economic problems," states John Honovich, founder of IP Video Market Info. "Now, it is clear that it is not true. More importantly, the industry is not simply being impacted - it is forcing fundamental changes to how business is done in the industry."

The report helps video surveillance professionals to understand the cause of these changes and the key steps to take to adapt business plans to this new economy. 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 over 100 video surveillance companies ( including some of the most well known:

  • IP and CCTV camera companies such as Axis, Pelco, Bosch and Sony
  • Video management system companies such as Genetec, March Networks, Milestone, OnSSI
  • Video analytic companies such as AgentVi, Cernium, ioimage, ObjectVideo
  • Video surveillance storage companies such as Intransa and Pivot3

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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