With clear management and professionalism, C-PRO Electronics
possesses the technology know-how to manufacture products for
security since 1996. Affected by the economic downturn, C-PRO
encountered a slight decline in the first quarter of the 2009.
STRATEGIES AND CORE COMPETENCE
C-PRO designs its own DSP chips with a top-down menu, designed for easy installation.
With a common menu and adjustable functions, its DSP delivers resolution close
to WDR quality. " C-PRO keeps up with different solutions to make flexible and suitable
products for our clients," said Young Soo Lee, President.
The company believes cameras with DNR features will be a new standard, along with
network cameras in the industry. C-PRO also recognizes the potential of the IP market.
" Network and analog cameras will have equal market share from 2012 to 2013," Lee said.
" Compared to the HD surveillance market, IP infrastructure has fewer restrictions for
distance, while HD surveillance may require standards for compression protocols and
strong display support." For 2010, with the economy bouncing back, C-PRO is optimistic
about the future.