Video surveillance market in africa 2014-2018

The market research firm Market Research Hub has added a new report to its database – the Video Surveillance Market in Africa 2014-2018. This report provides comprehensive insight into the market. It covers key African countries such as Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Morocco. A number of key trends in video surveillance in Africa are analyzed in the report. Read on to find out more about this growing market! * What are the top drivers for the Video Surveillance market?

The market growth is driven by the increasing adoption of VSS across various regions.

The high-speed Internet connectivity, combined with cloud data storage technology, is enabling enterprises to deploy cloud-based VMS. These solutions are located off-site and retrieve camera data through the Internet. The market is expected to grow at a high CAGR over the forecast period. High-resolution cameras are required for optimal security in public areas and large enterprises. They require a large amount of storage space.

Artificial intelligence has made its way into the video surveillance market. The technology is expected to continue to grow in popularity and introduce new solutions. For example, Zain, an established digital services provider, has developed a cloud-based video surveillance platform called VSaaS. With this platform, customers can monitor and manage video recordings from anywhere in the world. Therefore, the video surveillance market in Africa is expected to grow at a high CAGR over the next few years.

Besides video recording hardware, the market for video management software includes both analog and IP video technologies.

Hybrid video management software is the most commonly used video management software. Its software helps users monitor live videos, store video recording data, and more. It also helps businesses manage surveillance tasks, such as threat detection and asset monitoring. Video management software is an integral part of surveillance systems. It is used to monitor people and activities, and facilitate security and inspection.

IP-based video surveillance systems are becoming the most common type of video surveillance in Africa. Thanks to improved processing capabilities and compression algorithms, these systems are capable of identifying patterns and abnormal behavior in videos. With this technology, companies can lower the costs of surveillance infrastructure. The 360o video capturing technology, for example, is replacing three to four PTZ cameras. This technology is expected to revolutionize the video surveillance market. If implemented correctly, 360o video capturing technology is expected to be the most popular type of video surveillance in Africa in the coming years.

Smart cameras are also influencing the video surveillance market in Africa. They have advanced security capabilities and have a variety of in-band sensors. This allows manufacturers to take a more practical approach to surveillance, and even connect the gaps between prosecution models. Key players operating in this market include Bosch Security Systems, FLIR Systems Incorporation, and Avigilon Corporation. They will use this market data to identify the best ways to improve the surveillance experience of their customers.