TECH BUYER Feb 2020 - IDC TechScape - Doc # US46040620

IDC TechScape: Worldwide Video Surveillance, 2020 — New Technology Pushing Growth

By: Mike JudeResearch Director, Frank DicksonProgram Vice President, Cybersecurity Products


This IDC study explains how the worldwide video surveillance market is primed for explosive growth. It has always been technology dependent, but now with the advent of advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, and internet connectivity, this market is becoming a ubiquitous capability that is being employed by businesses of every size and even consumers to provide physical security and a myriad of other beneficial capabilities — everything from retail point of sale to traffic control. Yet this market is also heavily dependent on public policy and concerns for privacy and anonymity. This document examines the many technologies that are transforming the worldwide video surveillance market as well as the factors that may tend to stunt market growth. It is essential reading for vendors seeking entry into the video surveillance market as well as companies wishing to assess video surveillance as a security solution.

"Video surveillance is an exciting and growing aspect of physical security," noted IDC Research Director Mike Jude. "Many new technologies such as AI, 5G, and cloud computing are transforming the market. Yet video surveillance is driving concerns over its potential threat to personal privacy and anonymity. Understanding the technologies that will promote market growth, as well as the concerns that may stunt it, is important for companies that would participate in the video surveillance market."


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