UK Surveillance Market to Experience 14 Percent Annual Growth from 2010 to 2013, Says RNCOS

The video surveillance market has been witnessing exponential growth for the past few years on the back of rising concerns for security and safety across the globe. The U.K. is one of the world's topmost destinations in terms of development and maturity of surveillance market. As far as the number of cameras installed is concerned, the U.K. represents the most mature market in the world. With the government endorsement of public-area video surveillance, and emergence of other growth areas like home security and wireless transmission of surveillance, a research report “Global CCTV Market Analysis (2008-2012)” from RNCOS, anticipates that the country's surveillance sales will grow at a CAGR of around 14.5 percent during 2010 to 2013.

The UK market is predicted to witness sustainable growth (in terms of both value and volume) for the design, supply, installation and maintenance of surveillance systems. The need to update legacy systems, new construction, and public security will drive this growth. Therefore, it is anticipated that digital systems and network cameras will dominate the market by 2013. A plethora of opportunities has emerged with the advancement of technology. We have analyzed the UK surveillance market in our research report along with the information on key players and other details about the country's surveillance market.

The report also discusses surveillance market profiles of Latin America and Middle East. Various countries that have been analyzed are the U.S., Canada, Italy, Germany, Russia, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Taiwan, India and Brazil. The report provides an insight on the trends prevailing in all these countries along with the technology and region-wise segmentation of the surveillance market across the globe.

The research reveals that the analog surveillance market dominates the global surveillance market, but the scenario will change by the end of 2013. In future, network IP technology will emerge as the surveillance technology.
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