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Video Surveillance to Hit $46B
NEW YORK -- ABI Research believes that the video surveillance market is poised for explosive growth, which the firm forecasts to expand from revenue of about $13.5 billion in 2006 to a remarkable $46 billion in 2013. Those figures include cameras, computers and storage, professional services, and hardware infrastructure: everything that goes into an end-to-end security system.
According to ABI Research vice president and research director Stan Schatt, Were at a key inflection point in the diverse video surveillance market, because were moving from an analog-based industry to a digital one. A rising tide lifts all boats: the result is a multitude of opportunities for vendors.
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