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Global video Surveillance as a Service Market Worth $2,390.9 million by 2017


Video Surveillance as a Service Market Research Report categorizes the VSaaS market on the basis of different services, components, applications and geographical analysis; forecasting revenue and analyzing trends in the market Visit :

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Global Video Surveillance As A Service Market worth $2,390.9 Million
                               by 2017
According to a new market research report “Video Surveillance As A Service Market [By Service
(Hosted, Managed, Hybrid) & Components (Camera, Storage, Server, Video Analytics),
Application & Geography] - Global Forecast & Analysis (2012-2017)” published by
MarketsandMarkets (, the VSaaS market, on the whole, is
expected to reach $2,390.9 million by 2017 at a CAGR of 31.5% from 2012 to 2017.

Browse 77 tables spread through 217 pages and in-depth TOC on “Video Surveillance as a
Service – By Service & Components, Application & Geography - Global VSaaS Market Forecast &

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The cloud computing and storage phenomenon is a revolutionary technology in the IT space
which is slowly but swiftly expanding its horizons into the slow-adopting video surveillance
space. Video Surveillance and storage on the cloud has several advantages up its sleeve as it
reduces the amount of technical resources required to maintain a system while streamlining
the security operations in a centralized IT data center, thus making them increasingly more

With the maturity of the VSaaS market in the years to come, the market would witness the
adoption of three salient models governing the whole business mode. The first model caters
to the physical security customers who would prefer storage and retrieval of the video
through cloud which would require no capital investment in the equipment. The second
model would let the usage of cloud services in the form of a private network infrastructure
which doesn’t necessitate the need for transferring the whole video into the cloud. The third
model postulates the usage of remote monitoring having servers and storage on the back-
end, the entire video system infrastructure in between along with the appliances and cameras
on the front end.
The key factors driving the Video Surveillance as a service (VSaaS) market include IT cost
containment by major corporates, emergence of data centers, need for centralized data and
application management, new features and technologies like IOT(Internet of Things) and field
of view(FOV). On the other side, bandwidth and corporate protocols, network security and
high infrastructure cost restrain the market growth of video surveillance as a service (VSaaS)
market. In terms of revenue generation, as of 2011, North America held the highest share, i.e.
37.5%, followed by Europe with 34.82%.

Currently, Video Surveillance as a Service is used in commercial, institutional, infrastructural,
industrial and residential applications. Storage on EDGE, intelligent business services and
mobile device access are a few opportunities expected to open new horizons for the
development of the VSaaS market. Overall, North America and Europe are the major
contributors in the VSaaS application market, but a paradigm shift is expected in the next five
years when countries such as Japan, China, and India will have a major chunk in the market
share of the Video Surveillance as a service market.
Amongst the various end-user applications under the video surveillance as a service market,
the classification was done on the basis of various commercial, infrastructural, industrial,
institutional and residential applications. Amongst the commercial applications, the office
segment is observed to hold the highest share, i.e. 41.10%, growing at a CAGR of 42%. In the
infrastructure market (encapsulating highways, streets & bridges, transportation,
communications and stadiums), highways, streets and bridges is expected to increase with
the highest CAGR of 12.9% followed by communications segment growing with a CAGR of

The global video surveillance as a service market is expected to grow from $474.0 million in
2011 to $2,390.9 million in 2017 at a CAGR of 31.5% from 2012 to 2017. The APAC region is
observed to grow at the highest rate. This is primarily due to the growth of technology,
increasing awareness about video surveillance and the ever-increasing need for the cloud
services as an option for efficient data and application management.
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