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Security and Protection in China Driven by Public Projects, Says Chinese Association

Research and Markets added the "China Security and Protection Industry Report, 2009-2010" report to their offering.

According to the statistics of the China Security & Protection Industry Association (CSPIA), the market size of China's security & protection industry reached US$20 billion in 2008 and $22 billion in 2009. The rapid development of China's security and protection industry in 2009 was primarily driven by the booming demand from such fields as safe city, road traffic, finance, education, army, etc.

In respect of regional development, China's security and protection industry basically falls into three big bases, i.e. Pearl River Delta, Yangtze River Delta, and Circum-Bohai-Sea Region. Of which, the security and protection industry strip centered by Pearl River Delta has become the processing-intensive region of high-tech security products with largest scale, highest development speed, as well as maximum product quantity and categories.

It is seen from product variety in the market of security equipment manufacturing that, the output value of entity protection products occupies 33 percent of the gross output value, while that of electronic security and protection products accounts for 67 percent, of which, the percentage of video monitoring products is 58 percent, that of building talkback products 13 percent, that of access control products 14 percent, and that of security alarm products 15 percent.

This report gives priority to surveillance, DVR, access control system, and smoke detector.

Surveillance: The output of surveillance camera in China increased by 8 percent in 2009 with the manufacturers converged in South China which enjoys 78 percent of the market shares. South China's Fujian Province is the manufacturing base of camera lens and possesses rich experience in production. A lot of lens makers such as Fuzhou Keekoon, Fuzhou Senview, etc. have brought cameras into production. Centered by Changzhou (Jiangsu Province), Hangzhou (Zhejiang Province) and Shanghai, East China region is with relatively strong capability of product R&D mainly in high-end products like high speed dome camera, network camera and so forth. The manufacturers in North China are concentrated in Beijing and Tianjin, and they are involved in the development and production of high speed dome camera.

DVR: The market gross of DVR in China in 2009 grew 19 percent from a year earlier, with the major manufacturers in Shenzhen-centered Guangdong region and Hangzhou-centered Jiangsu-Zhejiang-Shanghai area. The key manufacturers of DVR cover Hikvision Digital Technology, Dahua Technology, Dali Technology, Kedacom, Accella Technologies, Howell Electronics, Tmvideo, Tungson Ages Tech, Wave-Particle Technology, Coship Electronics, Streaming Video Technology. Dahua, Hikvision and Dali hold a total market share of more than 70 percent.

Access Control System: There were approximately 700 manufacturers of access control system (including parking lots, all-in-one cards, card readers, etc.) in China in 2009, and the market size was up by 20 percent from a year earlier. By region, China's production bases of access control products converge in Shenzhen, Beijing, Shanghai, Fujian, Jiangsu, among which, Shenzhen and Beijing take a respective market share of 30.2 percent and 24.8 percent, followed by Shanghai with about 10.5 percent market shares.

Smoke Detector: In 2009, there were more than 110 manufacturers of fire detection and alarm products in China, and the annual output value of fire detection and alarm and fire fighting linkage control system products was more than $600 million. Among all fire detectors installed every year in Chinese market, China-made brands approximate the proportion of 2/3 while the import brands seize about 1/3. Chinese manufacturers are centralized in Guangzhou, Shenzhen, etc.

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