Night Vision (IR) Surveillance cameras Market Size 2016, Forecast 2024 Production, Supply, Sales And
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This report provides an analysis of the global Night Vision (IR) Surveillance Cameras Market for the period from 2016 to 2024, wherein the period from 2016 to 2024 comprises the forecast period and 2015 is the base year. Data for 2014 is provided as historical information. The report covers all the major trends and technologies playing a major role in the growth of the night vision (IR) surveillance cameras market over the forecast period. It also highlights various drivers, restraints, and opportunities expected to influence the market’s growth during the said period. The study provides a holistic perspective of the growth of the night vision (IR) surveillance cameras market throughout the forecast period in terms of revenue estimates (in US$ Mn), across Asia Pacific (APAC), Latin America (LATAM), North America, Europe, and Middle East & Africa (MEA). The report provides a cross-sectional analysis of the global night vision (IR) surveillance cameras market in terms of market estimates and forecasts for all the segments across different geographic regions.
Night vision (IR) surveillance cameras are used for the purpose of surveillance in low-light conditions such as fog or in the nighttime, with the help of infrared technology. Some of the major applications of these infrared night vision cameras include continuous monitoring of critical assets, face recognition, threat detection, and traffic management. The demand for secured access, secured borders, and secured living premises, is a strong driver for the growth of the market for night vision surveillance cameras across the globe. Moreover, the growing fear of terrorism and increasing cross-border infiltration across critical national boundaries have created further demand for surveillance cameras, globally. Night vision (IR) cameras not only enable round-the-clock monitoring, but also keep unwanted elements away during the day and night.
On the basis of shape, the night vision (IR) surveillance cameras market is categorized into box cameras, dome cameras, and bullet cameras. Night vision (IR) surveillance cameras market by type is categorized into fixed cameras and PTZ cameras. On the basis of end-use, the night vision (IR) surveillance cameras are segmented into public sector and defense, retail, transportation, industrial, stadiums, business organizations, and others. The report also includes competitive profiling of the major players associated with the night vision (IR) surveillance cameras market. Important business strategies adopted by them, their market positioning, and recent developments have also been identified in the research report. The companies profiled in the report include FLIR Systems, Axis Communications AB, Robert Bosch GmbH, Pelco Corporation, Raytheon Company, BAE Systems plc., L-3 Communications Holdings, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. and Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd. Night vision (IR) surveillance camera vendors are focusing on increasing their market presence through strategic partnerships and the development of low-cost advanced solutions. Video analytics and intelligent imaging are the key focus areas of night vision cameras vendors currently.
The global night vision (IR) surveillance cameras market is segmented as below:
Night Vision (IR) Surveillance Cameras Market
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