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Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) is a system which uses cameras to transmit
signal to a specific place which helps to monitor any kind of activities going
on in any area. CCTV is a growing market as it is being widely used in many
applications all over the world. Technology is the main concern in the CCTV
camera market in India. IP (Internet Protocol) and non-IP CCTV cameras are the
two types of CCTV cameras that are traditionally used. Now based on the
different type of camera used, bifurcation is made like dome cameras, bullet and
box shaped cameras, PTZ cameras etc. CCTV cameras was primarily used in the
commercial segment for the surveillance, but with increasing thefts, burglary
and other criminal activities all over the world, residential sector is also
showing keen interest in the CCTV camera market for security purpose. This
report is about the market size of the CCTV camera market in India how with the
increasing number of terrorist activities, the demand of CCTV market is
continuously increasing. This report describes the different technologies that
are used in the CCTV market and the upcoming technologies that would drive the
The global CCTV camera market is anticipated to generate substantial revenue of
about INR 38.65 crore till 2021. Asia Pacific and America holds the largest
share of the global market and act as one of the main driver for the market.
India and China are the countries with the highest potential for the CCTV camera
market. Technology-wise, wireless CCTV cameras are becoming a trend apart from
the traditional non-IP and IP which is widely used currently. Non –IP technology
consisting of analog and HD CCTV cameras dominate the market currently. IP
technology which is showing the fastest growth is expected to overtake analog’s
share in the coming years. Dome shaped cameras dominate the CCTV market in terms
of type of camera used. PTZ (pan, tilt, zoom) is a recent technology which
allows a 360 degree view of the surveillance are and also gives added features
to zoom by covering a larger section of area.
According to “India CCTV Camera Market Overview”, the India CCTV Camera market
is expected to grow with a CAGR of about 27.16% in the period from 2016 to 2021.
Technology wise non-IP dominates the Indian market but in the coming years IP is
expected to take the lead soon. Non –IP technology constitutes of analog and HD
CCTV cameras. Analog is technology which is in a depleting stage and it share is
expected to be taken by the IP technology and the HD type CCTV camera. Dome
typed cameras are the most widely used cameras in any sectors. Commercial
segment is the driver of the CCTV market in India with the increasing count of
SOHO’s and SME’s. With the increasing security concerns, residential sector
would also be one of the factors for the increasing market. As criminal
activities are more in the northern region of India, North dominates the market
in terms of revenue. According to the technology different players are present
in the market. In the non-IP segment the market is consisting of players like CP
Plus, Dahua and Prama Hikvision constituting to more than 70% of the market.
Whereas in case of IP segment market consists of Axis Communication, Bosch,
Panasonic, Honeywell, etc. The widespread use of CCTV camera in various
industries like government sectors, SOHO’s and SME’s, Banking, Hospitality and
other commercial establishment will make the CCTV cameras market to increase
with a robust growth.
1. Executive Summary
2. Global CCTV Camera Market Overview
2.1. Market Size By Value
2.2. Market Share
2.2.1. By Country
2.2.2. By Geography
2.2.3. By Technology
2.2.4. By Company
3. India Electronic Security Market Overview
4. India CCTV Camera Market Overview
4.1. Market Size By Value with technology division
4.2. Market Size By Volume with technology division
4.3. Market Share
4.3.1. By End User Segment
4.3.2. By Region
4.3.3. By Industry
4.3.4. By City
4.3.5. By Technology Type (Ip/Non-IP)
4.3.6. By Camera Type
4.4. Channel Partner Analysis
5. India Economic Profile
6. Company Profiles
6.1. CP PLUS gmbh & Co. KG.
6.2. Dahua Technology Co. Ltd.
6.3. Honeywell International Inc.
6.4. Panasonic Corporation
6.5. Prama Hikvision India Pvt. Ltd.
6.6. Axis Communication India
6.7. Bosch Security System India
LIST OF FIGURES
Figure-1: Global CCTV Camera Market Size By Value 2010 – 2014 (USD Billion)
Figure-2: Global CCTV Camera Market Size By Value 2015F – 2021F (USD Billion)
Figure-3: Global CCTV Camera Market Share By Country 2014 & 2021F
Figure-4: Global CCTV Camera Market Share By Geography 2014 & 2021F
Figure-5: Global CCTV Camera Market Share By Technology 2014 & 2021F
Figure-6: Global CCTV Camera Market Share By Company 2014 & 2021F
Figure-7: India Electronic Security Market Size By Value 2010 – 2015 (INR Crore)
Figure-8: India Electronic Security Market Size By Value 2016F – 2021F (INR
Figure-9: India Electronic Security Market Share By Segment 2014 & 2021F
Figure-10: India CCTV Camera Market Size By Value By Technology
Figure-11: India CCTV Camera Market Size By Value By Technology
Figure-12: India CCTV Camera Market Size By Volume By Technology
Figure-13: India CCTV Camera Market Size By Volume By Technology
Figure-14: India CCTV Camera Market Share By End User Segment 2014 & 2021F
Figure-15: India CCTV Camera Market Share By Region 2014 & 2021F
Figure-16: India CCTV Camera Market Share By Industry 2014 & 2021F
Figure-17: India CCTV Camera Market Share By City 2014 & 2021F
LIST OF TABLES
Table-1: India Economic Profile – 2014
Table-2: Key Facts of CP Plus India Pvt. Ltd.
Table-3: Key Facts of Dahua Technology Co. Ltd. (India)
Table-4: Key Facts of Honey well India
Table-5: Key Facts of Panasonic India Pvt. Ltd.
Table-6: Key Facts of Prama Hikvision India Pvt. Ltd.
Table-7: Key facts of Axis Communication India
Table-8: Key Facts of Bosch Security System India