DynaColor started out in high-end automatic optical inspection
systems in 1991. Based on its technical know-how, its surveillance
business was launched in 2000. About 85 to 90 percent of its current
sales are from OEM contracts. In 2009, the company maintained
steady growth. This year, the company expects more than 20-percent growth. The U.S. is
its major export market, along with Europe and the Asia Pacific region.
STRATEGIES AND CORE COMPETENCE
Banking on its solid R&D capabilities, DynaColor continues to develop advanced video
surveillance solutions. Its main products for 2010 included 3-megapixel cameras, analog
and network high speed dome cameras, D1 real-time recording and playback DVRs with
1080p display output. "Our goal is to develop cost-effective products. We have more than
40 percent of the company's staff dedicated to R&D," said Caroline Kuan, Marketing
Specialist. "Each year, DynaColor invests more than 10 percent of our revenue for R&D."
In the future, DynaColor will develop DVRs to reach full HD resolution, compliant
with the HDMI 1080p standard. Its DVRs will stream real-time footage at 30 fps with
D1 resolution. "We will develop WDR and noise reduction into full range of network
cameras," Kuan said. "We will also develop 5- and 10- megapixel network cameras with
storage for large-scale installations." The company has global aspirations. China, India,
South America, South Africa and the Middle East will be its target markets for 2010.