Rapid expansion from conventional base, ranging from the financial, insurance, and IT sectors to the construction, transportation, and education fields has paved the path to glory for Chinese safety and security market. However, the development of regional economies assisted by building infrastructure, such as roads, telecommunications systems, and airports still remains the main area of concern for the Chinese Government. Airport security still holds a major share for video surveillance in the country. Hospital and health institutions also represent a lucrative segment of the safety and security market. Further, a recent report by RNCOS titled, Global CCTV Market Forecast to 2014, forecast CCTV market in China to reach an amount of US$ 3.9 Billion by 2014, growing at a CAGR of around 27% since 2012.
Currently, the surveillance system market is dominated by digital systems, which are gradually replacing analog systems. The IP-based video surveillance market, which accounted for an estimated 15% share of the total market in 2009, is recording rapid growth. It is further anticipated to account for nearly 26% of the total market by the 2014-end.
Also, video surveillance market has been experiencing significant growth across the globe over the past few years owing to rising concerns for security and safety. This has resulted into an increased demand for technically advanced surveillance system, thereby, creating huge growth opportunities for CCTV manufacturers, operators, and distributors.
The region-level analysis, carried out in Global CCTV Market Forecast to 2014, revealed that Asia and Middle East will gain significant share in the global CCTV market by 2014-end, capturing around one-fourth share. India and China with their huge population base will be the key drivers in the Asian market. The report also discusses the CCTV market in major countries like the US, Canada, the UK, Italy, Germany, and Russia, among others, and