Mumbai, Maharashtra, India:The Measurement and Instrumentation (M&I) Practice at Frost & Sullivan, a Global Growth Partnership Company, will be hosting an Analyst Briefing titled ‘Strategic Analysis of the Video Surveillance-as-a-Service (VSaaS) Market in India’ on January 29, 2013 at 3:00 p.m. IST.
The Video Surveillance-as-a-Service (VSaaS) market in India is still at a nascent stage; to a large extent consumers lack awareness about video surveillance provided as a service and companies have only recently begun to roll out such services. However, increasing deployment of cloud-based models, the government’s concerted efforts to improve IT infrastructure, and increasing awareness of the benefits of robust surveillance solutions are expected to spur adoption of VSaaS in the near future. Considering the critical nature of providing video surveillance services, cementing first mover advantage in this market is expected to be crucial.
According to Frost & Sullivan’s Measurement and Instrumentation Analyst, “VSaaS adoption has the potential to make video surveillance pervasive, especially in the residential segment, and also streamline surveillance expenditure for enterprises. Availability of robust bandwidth, storage, and provision of reliable services will be key differentiators for the VSaaS market. Transition to more efficient video compression technologies can further drive adoption and increase value delivered to end users.”
This Analyst Briefing will discuss an overview of the growth opportunities of VSaaS in India, identify key drivers and restraints of the market, understand factors that affect market entry and influence the surveillance ecosystem, and recognize optimal business models and service positioning strategies that could best leverage growth in this market.
This briefing will benefit video surveillance equipment vendors, system integrators, network service providers, and potential users of video surveillance in gaining insights on the existing video surveillance market and ecosystem.
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