Security

Redefining Video Surveillance Business Models to Meet New Challenges

The last two years has seen a slowing down in revenue growth from the world’s video surveillance business, whilst at the same time the supply structure has become unbalanced. Two Chinese companies Hikvivion and Dahua, not regarded as serious competitors by most suppliers only six years ago, now dominate the camera market. The major concern of western manufacturers in Video Surveillance today is therefore how to counter the phenomenal growth of Chinese products rapidly winning market share, without reducing their prices to a level that will be sufficient to properly recoup their R&D costs and continue to be profitable. For a least the next two years we are going to see a continuation of existing policy by the major Chinese companies of growing analogue systems in the SMB market where there is little competition; Whilst rapidly increasing market share in the enterprise market with their cheap IP Network cameras. This strategy is working for them; […]

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