Surveillance and Security Equipment: Technologies and Global Markets

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REPORT SCOPE

INTRODUCTION

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

This BCC Research report analyzes the burgeoning market for new technologies that are used in surveillance and security. In this report, surveillance is broadly construed and includes any type of "sensing," and often recording, of people or property. The report is broken down by major individual country markets such as those in Western Europe, North America and Asia/Pacific. In most current applications, surveillance equipment is deployed for security purposes, that is, for the protection of people and property. The predominance of the security application is due to the fact that theft and fraud at American stores alone results in losses of approximately $45 billion per year. Based on one large survey covering nearly $3-million retail sector employees, in 2011 one in every 36 employees was apprehended for theft from his or her employer. But not all surveillance involves the security of people and property. Some of the surveillance techniques and equipment discussed in this report have been deployed for damage detection and structural health monitoring systems in aerospace, automotive, naval, civil or other applications. What is measured in the report is the total demand for the surveillance equipment, by category of equipment. For example, the demand for video recording equipment, regardless of whether the monitoring is for people or things, is measured. Regarding equipment types, as long as the application is for surveillance, it is included in this report. Not covered, however, are non-surveillance applications of equipment. In the case of video recording, non-surveillance applications include ordinary consumer entertainment applications. Surveillance drones are not covered because the market is still in the nascent stage. However, drone surveillance is well worth keeping in mind as the Federal Aviation Administration expects that as many as 30,000 drones will be operating in U.S. airspace by 2020.Examples of types of systems for which we measure market sales are video camera systems and security cameras, image surveillance and retrieval systems, video storage systems, VoIP surveillance and interception in law enforcement, electronic article surveillance (often carried out via anti-theft tags and RFID), automated remote home monitoring (via Internet), satellite GPS surveillance, traffic surveillance systems, and specialized surveillance sensors and detection devices, many of which are deployed to monitor property or equipment.

REASONS FOR DOING THIS STUDY AND ITS IMPORTANCE

The advent of more sophisticated imaging devices, lower-cost video and enhancements in storage have been principal drivers of the overall surveillance market. For example, the video segment of the surveillance market alone has been growing by 10% or more per year. Specialized segments to store video or any other surveillance data, such as data storage systems and network or cloud storage, have been growing even faster. In terms of market size, the total surveillance market has reached tens of billions of dollars in annual revenues. Revenue from sales of surveillance cameras, DVR/NVR, and IP encoders alone is now approximately $20 billion per year. In addition to the factors cited above, the market has been driven by cameras of higher quality and resolution with the ability to store data for longer periods of time. An additional market driver is the fact that surveillance video has become more valuable to the organization that deploys the technology beyond the traditional security uses because video can be used in liability mitigation, operations and marketing.There is a broad range of companies operating in the surveillance business, and the report profiles 175 major entities. Some of these companies are in the developmental stage as they have pioneered key patented technology, for example in the area of data storage and data compression. Example companies include Samsung, SRI International, Nice Systems, Inc., Axis Communications, Mobotix and ADT Security Services.

CONTRIBUTIONS OF THIS STUDY AND INTENDED AUDIENCE

With its broad scope and in-depth analyses by country, this study will prove to be a valuable resource, particularly for anyone involved with or interested in the future of surveillance and security markets. This study will be particularly useful for exporters, market strategists, researchers and any business professional involved with the development of the various security and surveillance markets. It will also be of value to potential investors and members of the general public interested in acquiring a business-oriented view of a key and very large sector of the economy. The projections, forecasts and trend analyses found in this report provide readers with the data and information necessary for decision-making.

SCOPE AND FORMAT OF REPORT

In preparing this report, an all-encompassing study of the surveillance equipment market was undertaken. Related areas such as the application of nanotechnology to sensors and the development of very large-scale storage databases were key to the analysis as well. These newer areas within the market—always a traditional focus of all BCC Research reports—foreshadow likely product developments in the years ahead. All major aspects of the surveillance market are addressed including identification of current and future technologies, products, market segments/end markets, and government and regulatory agencies. Participating companies are discussed in light of technological strengths and weaknesses, relative market share, marketing strengths and innovative marketing practices.

METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES

Data for this study were collected using both primary and secondary data research techniques. A literature search was conducted covering business, trade and technical documents as well as patents. Since many segments of the surveillance equipment market are not routinely measured, BCC derived estimates from a variety of sources. Whenever market estimates are derived, those estimates are fully noted. All forecasts are in current (nominal) dollars, unadjusted for inflation.

ANALYST CREDENTIALS

Research analyst Kevin Gainer holds both B.A. and M.A. degrees in quantitative economic analysis and forecasting and has 26 years of economic forecasting, industry intelligence and market research experience. He is the author of six published books and more than 100 magazine articles, technical papers, analyses and studies published in conference proceedings, including many prepared for intracompany use and therefore unpublished. He has worked as a Research Editor and Project Analyst at BCC Research since 1985, and has authored numerous BCC technology market research reports.

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

This report provides:• An overview of the global market for surveillance and security equipment.• Discussion of related areas, such as the application of nanotechnology to sensors and the development of large-scale storage databases.• Identification of current and future technologies, products, market segments and end markets, and government and regulatory agencies.• Comprehensive company profiles of major players in the industry, and discussion of those companies in light of technological strengths and weakness, relative market shares, marketing strengths, and innovative marketing practices.

TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 1REASONS FOR DOING THIS STUDY AND ITS IMPORTANCE 1CONTRIBUTIONS OF THIS STUDY AND INTENDED AUDIENCE 2SCOPE AND FORMAT OF REPORT 2METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES 2ANALYST CREDENTIALS 2RELATED BCC REPORTS 3BCC ON-LINE SERVICES 3DISCLAIMER 3

CHAPTER 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 5

SUMMARY TABLE TOTAL MARKET DEMAND FOR SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT, THROUGH2017 ($ BILLIONS) 6SUMMARY FIGURE TOTAL MARKET DEMAND FOR SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT, 2011-2017($ BILLIONS) 6

CHAPTER 3 OVERVIEW 8

INDUSTRY STANDARDS 8THE BIOMETRICS MARKET 8MARKET DRIVERS 9MARKET METRICS 10ECONOMIC LOSSES ADDRESSED BY ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE 10EARLY ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE TECHNIQUES 11CURRENT TECHNOLOGY AND THE IP BREAKTHROUGH 11DIGITAL MULTIPLEXING AND MOTION DETECTION TECHNOLOGY 11FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS 12

CHAPTER 4 VIDEO SURVEILLANCE MARKET 14

OVERVIEW 14MARKET SIZE 14MAJOR VENDORS 14TABLE 1 TOP VENDORS OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS 15INDUSTRY TRENDS 15INDUSTRY TECHNOLOGY TRENDS 16WIRELESS SYSTEMS 16IP-BASED SYSTEMS 16GOVERNMENT SPENDING 17TABLE 2 WORLD SALES OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT THROUGH 2017 ($BILLIONS) 17

CHAPTER 5 AUTOMATED SURVEILLANCE WITH SCANNERS 19

OVERVIEW 19RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 19AIRPORT SCANNERS 20AUTOMATED LICENSE PLATE SCANNERS 20MASS PLATE SURVEILLANCE 21PLATE READER SYSTEM COMPONENTS 21ANPR IN MOBILE SYSTEMS 22DIFFICULTIES WITH PLATE READERS 22CIRCUMVENTION TECHNIQUES 23OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENTS WITH PLATE RECOGNITION 24PLATE SURVEILLANCE AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT 26OTHER APPLICATION OF PLATE READERS 26MEASURING ANPR SYSTEM PERFORMANCE 26MANUFACTURERS 27

CHAPTER 6 VIDEO SURVEILLANCE STORAGE SYSTEMS 29

OVERVIEW 29TECHNOLOGY FOCUS IN SURVEILLANCE STORAGE 29PRINCIPAL STORAGE VENDORS 29TABLE 3 PRINCIPAL VENDORS OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE STORAGE SYSTEMS, 2012 30HARD DISK DRIVES 30IP SURVEILLANCE 30TABLE 4 IP SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM CAPABILITIES 31OTHER STORAGE OPTIONS 31CISCO STORAGE SOLUTIONS 32

CHAPTER 7 SURVEILLANCE DATABASE MINING 35

OVERVIEW 35TABLE 5 WORLD SALES OF SURVEILLANCE DATABASE MINING PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2017($ MILLIONS) 35SURVEILLANCE DATABASE MINING AS SUBSET OF BIG DATA 36GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES 36MARKET SEGMENTS 36MARKET PARTICIPANTS 37SEARCHABLE DVR'S 38OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 39EDGE VIDEO ANALYTICS 39ACADEMIC RESEARCH 39

CHAPTER 8 SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT MARKETS BY COUNTRY 41

OVERVIEW 41TABLE 6 TOTAL MARKET DEMAND FOR SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT BY MAJOR REGION,THROUGH 2017 ($ BILLIONS) 41ARGENTINA 41OVERVIEW 41BEST SALES PROSPECTS 42OPPORTUNITIES 42TABLE 7 ARGENTINA: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT,THROUGH 2012 ($ MILLIONS) 43AUSTRALIA 43OVERVIEW 43MARKET DEMAND 43MARITIME SURVEILLANCE 44AVIATION SURVEILLANCE 44OTHER SURVEILLANCE INITIATIVES 45MARKET DATA 45BEST EQUIPMENT SALES PROSPECTS 46OTHER PRODUCTS AND SURVEILLANCE INITIATIVES 47MAJOR EQUIPMENT VENDORS 47EQUIPMENT STANDARDS 48AUSTRIA 48OVERVIEW 48CURRENT MARKET TRENDS 49MAIN COMPETITORS 49TABLE 8 IMPORT MARKET SHARES FOR SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT IN AUSTRIA,2010 (%) 49TABLE 9 AUSTRIA: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH2013 ($ MILLIONS) 50CANADA 51OVERVIEW 51BEST PROSPECTS AND OPPORTUNITIES 51CHINA 51OVERVIEW OF SECURITY MARKET 51MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND TRENDS 52CHILE 52OVERVIEW 52BEST PROSPECTS 52TABLE 10 CHILE: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH2013 ($ MILLIONS) 53COLOMBIA 53OVERVIEW 53MARKET DEMAND 54MARKET DATA 54TABLE 11 COLOMBIAN MARKET FOR SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT THROUGH 2015($ MILLIONS) 55BEST PROSPECTS 56TABLE 12 HIGH-GROWTH AREAS FOR ELECTRONIC SECURITY IN COLOMBIA 56KEY SUPPLIERS 57TABLE 13 PRINCIPAL SUPPLIERS OF SECURITY EQUIPMENT IN COLOMBIAN MARKET, 2012 58END USERS 58CZECH REPUBLIC 59OVERVIEW 59MARKET OVERVIEW 59BEST PROSPECTS 60TABLE 14 CZECH REPUBLIC MARKET FOR SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH2015 ($ MILLIONS) 60COMPETITIVE FACTORS 60END USERS 61MARKET ACCESS 61FINLAND 61OVERVIEW 61MARKET DEMAND 61MARKET DATA 61BEST PROSPECTS 62END USERS 62FRANCE 62OVERVIEW 62MARKET OVERVIEW 63COMPETITION 64END USERS 64MARKET ACCESS 65BEST PROSPECTS 65GEORGIA 66OVERVIEW 66GREECE 67OVERVIEW 67MARKET SIZE 67MARKET DATA 69TABLE 15 GREECE: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY EQUIPMENT THROUGH 2015 ($BILLIONS) 69BEST PROSPECTS FOR EQUIPMENT SALES 69END USERS OF EQUIPMENT 70COMPETITIVE ASPECTS 70INDIA 71OVERVIEW 71MARKET DATA 71BEST PROSPECTS 72TABLE 16 INDIA: SAFETY AND SECURITY EQUIPMENT CATEGORIES OF HIGH GROWTH,2011 72KEY SUPPLIERS 72END USERS 72COMPETITIVE ISSUES 73ISRAEL 73OVERVIEW 73BEST PROSPECTS FOR EQUIPMENT SALES 73ITALY 74OVERVIEW 74MARKET ENTRY 74CURRENT MARKET TRENDS 74MAIN COMPETITORS 75CURRENT DEMAND 75JAPAN 76OVERVIEW 76MARKET DEMAND 76BEST PROSPECTS 77KEY SUPPLIERS 77END USERS 78MALAYSIA 78OVERVIEW 78MARKET DEMAND AND MARKET DATA 78AIRPORT AND SEAPORT SECURITY EQUIPMENT 79FIRE, RESCUE, AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT EQUIPMENT 79SAFETY AND SECURITY EQUIPMENT FOR COMMERCIAL AND OFFICE BUILDINGS 79SAFETY AND SECURITY EQUIPMENT FOR HOUSEHOLD SECTOR 80RAILROAD SAFETY AND SECURITY 80BEST SALES PROSPECTS 80KEY SUPPLIERS 80END USERS 81COMPETITIVE ASPECTS 81MEXICO 82OVERVIEW OF THE SECURITY INDUSTRY 82MARKET SEGMENTS 83SECURITY MARKET DRIVERS 83MARKET SIZE 83TABLE 17 MEXICO: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT THROUGH2015 ($ MILLIONS) 84END USERS 84KEY SUPPLIERS 84NETHERLANDS 86OVERVIEW 86MARKET DEMAND 86MARKET TRENDS 87SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT 88IMPORT MARKET 89SECURITY END USERS 89COMPETITIVE ASPECTS 90BEST EQUIPMENT PROSPECTS 90PANAMA 90OVERVIEW 90BEST PROSPECTS 90TABLE 18 PANAMA: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT,THROUGH 2013 ($ MILLIONS) 91RUSSIA 91OVERVIEW 91MARKET SIZE 91TABLE 19 RUSSIA: MARKET SEGMENTS IN ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SHARE OFMARKET, 2010 (%) 92EQUIPMENT SUPPLIERS AND IMPORTS 92TABLE 20 RUSSIA: MAJOR SAFETY AND SECURITY END-USER MARKET SEGMENTS, 2010 (%) 93SAUDI ARABIA 93OVERVIEW 93MARKET DATA 94KEY SUPPLIERS 95TABLE 21 SAUDI ARABIA: KEY VENDORS OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY EQUIPMENT, 2010 95SINGAPORE 95OVERVIEW 95MARKET DEMAND 96PUBLIC SECURITY 96CYBER CRIME 97COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES 97MARKET DATA 97TABLE 22 SINGAPORE: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY EQUIPMENT THROUGH 2015 ($BILLIONS) 98BEST PROSPECTS 98KEY SUPPLIERS 99END USERS 99Public Sector 99Military 100Public Transit 100Private Sector 100MARKET ENTRY 101SLOVAK REPUBLIC 101OVERVIEW 101MARKET DATA 101BEST PROSPECTS 101KEY SUPPLIERS 102END USERS 102MARKET ENTRY 102SOUTH AFRICA 103SUMMARY 103TABLE 23 SOUTH AFRICA: HIGH GROWTH SEGMENTS IN ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE,2010 103MARKET OVERVIEW 104SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT IMPORTS 104MARKET TRENDS 104MARKET ACCESS 105TABLE 24 SOUTH AFRICA: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH 2015($ MILLIONS) 105SPAIN 106OVERVIEW 106RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION IN SURVEILLANCE 106THAILAND 107OVERVIEW 107MARKET DEMAND 107MARKET DATA 108BEST PROSPECTS FOR EQUIPMENT SALES 108KEY SUPPLIERS 108END USERS 109UKRAINE 109OVERVIEW 109BEST PROSPECTS FOR EQUIPMENT SALES 110URUGUAY 110OVERVIEW 110MARKET DEMAND 110Best Prospects 110IMPORT MARKET 111TABLE 25 URUGUAY: ELECTRONIC SECURITY IMPORTS, 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 111COMPETITION 111END USERS 112SECURITY STANDARDS 112VENEZUELA 112OVERVIEW 112MARKET DEMAND 112MARKET DATA 113BEST PROSPECTS 113KEY SUPPLIERS 113END-USE SECTORS 114MARKET ENTRY 114

CHAPTER 9 CONTINENTAL SCALE SURVEILLANCE 116

OVERVIEW 116TABLE 26 MARKET FOR ELECTRONIC SECURITY FOR BORDER CONTROL AND MONITORING,THROUGH 2017 ($ BILLIONS) 116BRAZIL'S NEW BORDER CONTROL PROJECT 116SECURE BORDER INITIATIVE 116BORDER SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGIES 117IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES 117VENDOR FOR BORDER CONTROL 118TABLE 27 SBI-NET BORDER CONTROL PROJECT MAJOR SYSTEM COMPONENTS 119

CHAPTER 10 SATELLITE GPS SURVEILLANCE 121

OVERVIEW 121MARKET SIZE 121POLICE AND OTHER GPS SURVEILLANCE 121TYPES OF GPS TRACKING UNITS 122DATA LOGGERS 122DATA PUSHERS 122DATA PULLERS 123MARKET PROMOTION AND RESTRICTION 123VENDORS 124

CHAPTER 11 NANOTECHNOLOGY AND SURVEILLANCE DEVICES 126

MARKET DIRECTION 126TECHNICAL CAPABILITIES 126MINIATURIZATION OF SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS IS A KEY OBJECTIVE 127NANOTECHNOLOGY IN RADIO-FREQUENCY SURVEILLANCE RADAR 127OTHER NANOTECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS IN SURVEILLANCE 128

CHAPTER 12 ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE 130

OVERVIEW 130EAS TECHNICAL BASIS 130EAS AND THE SURVEILLANCE ANTENNA MARKET 130MARKET SIZE 130MARKET POTENTIAL 131TABLE 28 SALES OF ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE HARDWARE THROUGH 2017 ($MILLIONS) 131TYPES OF TAGS 131MAGNETIC 132ACOUSTO-MAGNETIC SYSTEMS 132RADIO-FREQUENCY SYSTEMS 133MICROWAVE SYSTEMS 133TAG APPLICATION AND SOURCE TAGGING 133CONVERGENCE OF EAS AND RFID SYSTEMS IN ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE 134COSTS 135TECHNICAL ISSUES 135VENDORS 136

CHAPTER 13 HOME SURVEILLANCE MARKET 138

OVERVIEW 138TABLE 29 U.S. MARKET FOR HOME SURVEILLANCE PRODUCTS THROUGH 2017 ($BILLIONS) 138TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS 138VENDORS 139FUTURE DIRECTION OF SECTOR 139

CHAPTER 14 GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES, FUNDING AND R&D 142

GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES 142CHINA'S GOLDEN SHIELD PROJECT 142U.S. SECURE BORDER INITIATIVE (SBINET) 142EXPENDITURES ON INTERNET SURVEILLANCE 142GOVERNMENT RESEARCH INITIATIVES 143TABLE 30 GOVERNMENT FUNDING OF SURVEILLANCE R&D PROJECTS, THROUGH 2012(DOLLARS) 144SUMMARY OF OVERSEAS R&D INITIATIVES 145THE SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAM (FP7) 146CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION PROGRAM (CIP) 147ESRIF 147FRONTEX AND EOS 147THE EUROPEAN DEFENSE AGENCY (EDA) 148

CHAPTER 15 REPRESENTATIVE PATENTS IN THE FIELD OF ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE 150

OVERVIEW 150EXAMPLE PATENTS OF NOTE 150METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM PEERING 150METHOD FOR MAKING SURVEILLANCE DEVICES WITH MULTIPLE CAPACITORS 151ADAPTIVE VOTING EXPERTS FOR INCREMENTAL SEGMENTATION OF SEQUENCESWITH PREDICTION IN A VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM 151EXTENDED DEPTH-OF-FIELD SURVEILLANCE IMAGING SYSTEM 152SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PROVIDING WIRELESS SECURITY SURVEILLANCESERVICES ACCESSIBLE VIA A TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEVICE 152DETECTING ANOMALOUS TRAJECTORIES IN A VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM 152IMAGE-PROCESSING DEVICE, SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM, METHOD FORESTABLISHING A SCENE REFERENCE IMAGE, AND COMPUTER PROGRAM 153METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR A WIDE AREA COORDINATED SURVEILLANCESYSTEM 153SHADOW AND HIGHLIGHT DETECTION SYSTEM AND METHOD OF THE SAME INSURVEILLANCE CAMERA AND RECORDING MEDIUM THEREOF 154SURVEILLANCE CAMERA 154SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DETECTING A BREACH OF AN ELECTRONIC ARTICLESURVEILLANCE TAG 155REMOTE SURVEILLANCE AND INTERVENTION USING WIRELESS PHONE 155VIDEO SURVEILLANCE DEVICE WITH INFRARED LED 155WIRELESS VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM AND METHOD WITH RAPIDINSTALLATION 156PREDICTING A FUTURE LOCATION OF A MOVING OBJECT OBSERVED BY ASURVEILLANCE DEVICE 156VIDEO SURVEILLANCE 157SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CENTRAL MANAGEMENT OF NETWORK AND STORAGERESOURCES FOR A VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM 157HIGH RELIABILITY SURVEILLANCE AND/OR IDENTIFICATION TAG/ DEVICES ANDMETHODS OF MAKING AND USING THE SAME 157WIRELESS AND CCTV MEGAPIXEL DIGITAL CAMERA FOR SURVEILLANCE ANDUNMANNED AIR VEHICLES 158FOREGROUND OBJECT DETECTION IN A VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM 158COMMUNICATION AND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM 159SURVEILLANCE CAMERA SYSTEM 159ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE VIA CORRELATION OF CALL LEGS 159METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MASKING SURVEILLANCE VIDEO IMAGES FORPRIVACY PROTECTION 160VIDEO SURVEILLANCE CORRELATING DETECTED MOVING OBJECTS AND RFSIGNALS 160IMAGING DEVICE AND METHOD FOR PERFORMING SURVEILLANCE BY INFRAREDRADIATION MEASUREMENT 161METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR OBJECT SURVEILLANCE AND REAL TIME ACTIVITYRECOGNITION 161LINEAR SYSTEM BASED, QUALITATIVE INDEPENDENT MOTION DETECTION FROMCOMPRESSED MPEG SURVEILLANCE VIDEO 162VIDEO SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT AND VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM 162ADAPTIVE SURVEILLANCE NETWORK AND METHOD 162INFRARED ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM WITH DYNAMICPASSCODE PROTECTION 163METHODS AND APPARATUS RELATED TO IMPROVED SURVEILLANCE 163AUTOMATED SEARCHING FOR PROBABLE MATCHES IN A VIDEO SURVEILLANCESYSTEM 164ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE TAG 164METHOD AND APPARATUS TO SEGMENT MOTION AREA IN REAL-TIME TO DETECTMOTION IN SURVEILLANCE CAMERA SYSTEM 164RESIDENTIAL SECURITY SURVEILLANCE AND NOTIFICATION MANAGEMENTSYSTEM 165OPERATION MONITORING AND ENHANCED HOST COMMUNICATIONS IN SYSTEMSEMPLOYING ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE AND RFID TAGS 165MAGNETIC CORE TRANSCEIVER FOR ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCEMARKER DETECTION 166ADAPTIVE MULTI-MODAL INTEGRATED BIOMETRIC IDENTIFICATION DETECTIONAND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS 166VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM 167METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR AN OMNI-DIRECTIONAL VIDEO SURVEILLANCESYSTEM 167WIRELESS VIDEO SURVEILLANCE JAMMING AND INTERFERENCE PREVENTION 167SECURITY SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM CAPABLE OF OUTPUTTING STILL IMAGESTOGETHER WITH MOVING IMAGES 168SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR DISTRIBUTED MONITORING OF REMOTE SITES 168DISTRIBUTED SENSOR NETWORK WITH A COMMON PROCESSING PLATFORM FORCBMRNE DEVICES AND NOVEL APPLICATIONS 169METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR FLOW DETECTION AND MOTION ANALYSIS 169METHOD AND APPARATUS OF CONTROLLING A PLURALITY OF VIDEOSURVEILLANCE CAMERAS 169SURVEILLANCE VIDEO CAMERA WITH A PLURALITY OF SENSITIVITY ENHANCINGUNITS 170GROUPING ITEMS IN VIDEO STREAM IMAGES INTO EVENTS 170SELF-CONTAINED PANORAMIC OR SPHERICAL IMAGING DEVICE 171METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR IMPROVED VIDEO SURVEILLANCE THROUGHCLASSIFICATION OF DETECTED OBJECTS 171PERIODIC MOTION DETECTION WITH APPLICATIONS TO MULTI-GRABBING 172MULTIMEDIA DATA RECORDING APPARATUS, MONITOR SYSTEM, ANDMULTIMEDIA DATA RECORDING METHOD 172RING-CONNECTED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM WITH REAL-TIME BACKUPMONITORING 172WIRELESS VIDEO SURVEILLANCE JAMMING AND INTERFACE PREVENTION 173LINEAR SYSTEM BASED, QUALITATIVE INDEPENDENT MOTION DETECTION FROMCOMPRESSED MPEG SURVEILLANCE VIDEO 173APPARATUS, METHODS, AND SYSTEMS FOR INTELLIGENT SECURITY AND SAFETY 174LOOP RECORDING WITH BOOK MARKING 174SECURITY SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR USE OF SAME 175METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR SEARCHING RECORDED VIDEO 175APPARATUS FOR AND METHOD OF COLLECTING AND DISTRIBUTING EVENT DATATO STRATEGIC SECURITY PERSONNEL AND RESPONSE VEHICLES 175VEHICLE SURVEILLANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM 176SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR WIRELESS DIGITAL VIDEO MONITORING 176PORTABLE AREA SAFETY ZONING SYSTEM 177INTERACTIVE SYSTEM FOR RECOGNITION ANALYSIS OF MULTIPLE STREAMS OF VIDEO 177MULTIPLE OBJECT PROCESSING IN WIDE-ANGLE VIDEO CAMERA 177SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR OBJECT TRACKING AND ACTIVITY ANALYSIS 178 SECURITY CAMERA INTERFACE 178GROUND BASED SECURITY SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM FOR AIRCRAFT AND OTHER COMMERCIAL VEHICLES 179CONCEALED VEHICULAR CAMERA SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM 179VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM WITH RULE-BASED REASONING AND MULTIPLE-HYPOTHESIS SCORING 179SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR INTEGRATING AND CHARACTERIZING DATA FROM MULTIPLE ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS 180SYSTEM, METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ADAPTIVE VIDEO SURVEILLANCE OVER POWER LINES 180VIDEO DATA STORAGE, SEARCH, AND RETRIEVAL USING META-DATA AND ATTRIBUTE DATA IN A VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM 181NEAR REAL-TIME DISSEMINATION OF SURVEILLANCE VIDEO 181SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ANALYZING VIDEO FROM NON-STATIC CAMERA 182POWER-LINE COMMUNICATION BASED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM 182SYNCHRONOUS VIDEO AND DATA ANNOTATIONS 182VIDEOPHONE SYSTEM FOR SCRUTINY MONITORING WITH COMPUTER CONTROL 183VIDEO SEGMENTATION USING STATISTICAL PIXEL MODELING 183METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR USING THERMAL INFRARED FOR FACE RECOGNITION 184SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SURVEILLANCE OF SUSPECTS OF AUTOMATED BANKING MACHINE FRAUD 184VIDEO SURVEILLANCE, STORAGE, AND ALERTING SYSTEM HAVING NETWORK MANAGEMENT, HIERARCHICAL DATA STORAGE, VIDEO TIP PROCESSING, AND VEHICLE PLATE ANALYSIS 185VIDEO SURVEILLANCE CAMERA 185

CHAPTER 16 COMPANY PROFILES 187

ACTIVIDENTITY CORPORATION 187AD HOLDINGS PLC 187AGENT VI 187AGILENCE 188AGILITYVIDEO 188AIMETIS 189AIPHONE 189AIRBORNE BIOMETRICS GROUP 189AMERICAN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING, INC. 190ARECONT VISION 190ASPECT TECHNOLOGY & EQUIPMENT, INC. 191ASSA ABLOY AB 191AVIGILON 192AVTECH 192AVAAK, INC. 193AXIS COMMUNICATIONS AB 193AXXONSOFT EMEA 193BASLER AG 194BOSCH (ROBERT) GMBH 194BEHAVIORAL RECOGNITION SYSTEMS, INC. - BRS LABS 195CANON, INC. 196CDVI GROUP 196CERNIUM CORPORATION 197THE CHAMBERLAIN GROUP INC. 197CHECKPOINT SYSTEMS, INC. 197CHINA SECURITY & SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGY, INC. (CSST) 198CISCO SYSTEMS, INC. 198CNB TECHNOLOGY 199COHU, INC. 199COMPUTER NETWORK LIMITED (CNL) 199COGENT SYSTEMS 200COMMAX 200DAHUA TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. 200DALLMEIER ELECTRONIC GMBH & CO. 201DATACARD CORPORATION 201DEDICATED MICROS 202DIEBOLD, INC. 202DIGIOP 203DIGITALPERSONA, INC. 203DVTEL, INC. 203DYNACOLOR 204ELECTRONICS LINE 3000, LTD. 205ENVYSION, INC. 205EQUINOX CORPORATION 205EQUINOX CORPORATION 206EVERFOCUS ELECTRONICS CORP. 206EVERSPRING INDUSTRY 206EXACQ TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 207FEDERAL SIGNAL CORPORATION 207FERMAX 208FIRETIDE 208FLIR SYSTEMS 208FLUIDMESH NETWORKS, INC. 209GENERAL DYNAMICS ADVANCED INFORMATION SYSTEMS 209GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY 210GENETEC, INC. 210GEOVISION 211GEUTEBRUECK 211GLOBAL SECURITY INTERNATIONAL 211GRANDEYE, LTD. 212GUARDIAN PROTECTION SERVICES, INC. 212GUNNEBO AB 212HALMA P.L.C. 213H3C TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. 213HI SHARP 213HIKVISION DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. 214HIRSCH IDENTIVE 214HITACHI LIMITED 215HITRON SYSTEMS, INC. 215HOCHIKI CORPORATION 215HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INCORPORATED 216HUNT ELECTRONIC 216HUVIRON CO., LTD. 216IDENTIVE GROUP, INC. 217INDIGOVISION, INC. 217INGERSOLL-RAND COMPANY 218INNOVATIVE AMERICAN TECHNOLOGY, INC. 218INTERGRAPH CORPORATION 219INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION 219INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE MANUFACTURERSASSOCIATION 220IDIS CO., LTD. (INTELLIGENT DIGITAL INTEGRATED SECURITY) 220INTRANSA 220IPCONFIGURE 221IQINVISION 221KABA HOLDING AG 221KD SECURE, LLC 222KOCOM 222KODICOM CO., LTD. 222KOVIO 223L-1 IDENTITY SOLUTIONS 223L-3 COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION 224LINEAR LLC 224LUMENERA CORPORATION 224LUXRIOT 225MAGAL SECURITY SYSTEMS, LTD. 225MARCH NETWORKS CORPORATION 226MIRASYS 226MIWA LOCK COMPANY LIMITED 226MILESTONE SYSTEMS A/S 227MOBOTIX AG 227MORPHO TRUST USA, INC. 227NAPCO SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 228NEC CORPORATION OF AMERICA 228N.V. NEDERLANDSCHE APPARATENFABRIEK "NEDAP" 228NETWORK VIDEO TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 229NICE SYSTEMS, LTD. 229NISCAYAH GROUP AB 230NUUO, INC. 230OBJECTVIDEO, INC. 230ON-NET SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS, INC. 231OPTELECOM-NKF 231OSI SYSTEMS, INC. 232PAC INTERNATIONAL 232PANASONIC 232PELCO 233PIVOT3 233PIXIM, INC. 234PROWARE TECHNOLOGY CORP. 234PROXIMEX CORPORATION 235QUINTECH SECURITY CONSULTANTS, INC. 235RAYTEC 236RAYTHEON 236ROCKWELL COLLINS, INC. 237SAFRAN SA 237SALIENT SYSTEMS 238SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS COMPANY, LIMITED 238SANYO ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED 239SARNOFF CORPORATION 239SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC SA 239SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION 240SECOM COMPANY LIMITED 240SECUGEN CORP 241SECURIDEV S.A 241SECURITAS DIRECT AB 242SEETEC COMMUNICATIONS GMBH & CO KG 242SIEMENS AG 242SIGHTLOGIX, INC. 243SMARTER SECURITY SYSTEMS, LTD. 243SMARTVUE CORPORATION 244SMITHS GROUP PLC 244SONY CORPORATION 245SPECO TECHNOLOGIES 245SRI INTERNATIONAL 245THE STANLEY WORKS 246STARDOT TECHNOLOGIES 246STEELBOX NETWORKS, INC. 246STING ALARM INC. & STING SURVEILLANCE LLC 247SUPERCIRCUITS, INC. 2473VR SECURITY, INC. 2483XLOGIC 248TAIWAN VIDEO SYSTEM CO., LTD. 249TAMRON 249THEIA TECHNOLOGIES 249TIMESIGHT 250TOSHIBA CORPORATION 250TYCO INTERNATIONAL LIMITED 250UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION 251VERACITY USA, INC. 251VERINT SYSTEMS, INC. 251VICON 252VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LTD. 252VIDEOIQ, INC. 252VIDEONEXT 253VIDIENT SYSTEMS, INC. 253VIDSYS 254VISONIC 254VISUALGATE SYSTEMS, INC. 254VIVOTEK, INC. 255VUMII, INC. 255WIN4NET CO., LTD. 256WREN 256YANTAI TRI-CIRCLE LOCK INDUSTRY GROUP CO., LTD. 256YOKO TECHNOLOGY 257ZENITEL BELGIUM N.V. 257ZHEJIANG DALI TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. 257

CHAPTER 17 GLOSSARY OF TERMS APPLICABLE TO ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE DEVICES 259

LIST OF TABLES SUMMARY TABLE TOTAL MARKET DEMAND FOR SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT, THROUGH

2017 ($ BILLIONS) 6

TABLE 1 TOP VENDORS OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS 15

TABLE 2 WORLD SALES OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT THROUGH 2017 ($ BILLIONS) 17

TABLE 3 PRINCIPAL VENDORS OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE STORAGE SYSTEMS, 2012 30

TABLE 4 IP SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM CAPABILITIES 31

TABLE 5 WORLD SALES OF SURVEILLANCE DATABASE MINING PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2017

($ MILLIONS) 35

TABLE 6 TOTAL MARKET DEMAND FOR SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT BY MAJOR REGION,

THROUGH 2017 ($ BILLIONS) 41

TABLE 7 ARGENTINA: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT,

THROUGH 2012 ($ MILLIONS) 43

TABLE 8 IMPORT MARKET SHARES FOR SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT IN AUSTRIA,

2010 (%) 49

TABLE 9 AUSTRIA: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH

2013 ($ MILLIONS) 50

TABLE 10 CHILE: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH

2013 ($ MILLIONS) 53

TABLE 11 COLOMBIAN MARKET FOR SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT THROUGH 2015 ($

MILLIONS) 55

TABLE 12 HIGH-GROWTH AREAS FOR ELECTRONIC SECURITY IN COLOMBIA 56

TABLE 13 PRINCIPAL SUPPLIERS OF SECURITY EQUIPMENT IN COLOMBIAN MARKET, 2012 58

TABLE 14 CZECH REPUBLIC MARKET FOR SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH

2015 ($ MILLIONS) 60

TABLE 15 GREECE: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY EQUIPMENT THROUGH 2015 ($

BILLIONS) 69

TABLE 16 INDIA: SAFETY AND SECURITY EQUIPMENT CATEGORIES OF HIGH GROWTH, 2011 72

TABLE 17 MEXICO: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT THROUGH

2015 ($ MILLIONS) 84

TABLE 18 PANAMA: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH

2013 ($ MILLIONS) 91

TABLE 19 RUSSIA: MARKET SEGMENTS IN ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SHARE OF MARKET,

2010 (%) 92

TABLE 20 RUSSIA: MAJOR SAFETY AND SECURITY END-USER MARKET SEGMENTS, 2010 (%) 93

TABLE 21 SAUDI ARABIA: KEY VENDORS OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY EQUIPMENT, 2010 95

TABLE 22 SINGAPORE: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY EQUIPMENT THROUGH 2015 ($

BILLIONS) 98

TABLE 23 SOUTH AFRICA: HIGH GROWTH SEGMENTS IN ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE, 2010 103

TABLE 24 SOUTH AFRICA: SALES OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH 2015 ($

MILLIONS) 105

TABLE 25 URUGUAY: ELECTRONIC SECURITY IMPORTS, 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 111

TABLE 26 MARKET FOR ELECTRONIC SECURITY FOR BORDER CONTROL AND MONITORING,

THROUGH 2017 ($ BILLIONS) 116

TABLE 27 SBI-NET BORDER CONTROL PROJECT MAJOR SYSTEM COMPONENTS 119

TABLE 28 SALES OF ELECTRONIC ARTICLE SURVEILLANCE HARDWARE THROUGH 2017 ($

MILLIONS) 131

TABLE 29 U.S. MARKET FOR HOME SURVEILLANCE PRODUCTS THROUGH 2017 ($ BILLIONS) 138

TABLE 30 GOVERNMENT FUNDING OF SURVEILLANCE R&D PROJECTS, THROUGH 2012

(DOLLARS) 144

LIST OF FIGURES SUMMARY FIGURE TOTAL MARKET DEMAND FOR SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT, 2011-2017 ($

BILLIONS) 6

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