Friday, 19 August 2016

Video Surveillance Systems Market Analysis for China Industry Estimated at US $20.5 Billion in 2016 Report

Global market value for video surveillance is estimated at US$20.5 billion in 2016, up 13.9% year-on-year, and will continue at double-digit rates in 2017 and 2018, according to Report Chinese Smart Home Market: IP Camera. China's video surveillance systems are mostly used in the government, finance, public safety, transportation, and electricity sectors.
Smart IP camera has a full range of features but high levels of product homogeneity. In addition, they can only be categorized based on application usages, for instance smart IP cameras for baby care will specialize in voice detection and for elderly care will focus more on video surveillance and real-time interactions.
Smart IP camera is a composition of smart living and therefore it is a must to establish a platform on which various smart living products are consolidated. This will put IoT companies into an advantage compared to traditional security ones; since the smart security market is only at a nascent stage, it is too early to tell who will dominate in the future.

Companies covered
360 Home Guard, Alhua, Ambarella, Baidu, Blink, Branto, Butterfleye, Dali Technology, Dropcam, Ezviv, GalaxyCore, Grain, GSEO, Hikvision, Hisilicon, Hynix, IErmu. Infinova, Largan, LeOrange, Nest, NetPosa, Nubo, NXO, OmniVision, Panasonic, Piper, Samsung, Sentri, Sony, Sunny Optical, Texas Instruments, Vimicro, Withings, Xiaomi, ZTE

Development of the Smart Home Camera Market
Features and Applications
Key Components and Technical Specs
Industrial Structures and Established Players
Copy of the Report is Available at .