Opportunities in Video Surveillance Omaha NE

Where there are problems, there are opportunities. That old maxim sums up video surveillance, where problems ranging from shoplifters to traffic jams are fueling a market that's already worth billions annually. Not surprisingly, many AV pros in Omaha are looking to get a piece of that action.

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Opportunities in Video Surveillance

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Source: ProAV MAGAZINE
Publication date: March 30, 2009

By Tim Kridel

Where there are problems, there are opportunities. That old maxim sums up video surveillance, where problems ranging from shoplifters to traffic jams are fueling a market that's already worth billions annually.

Not surprisingly, many AV pros are looking to get a piece of that action. In a 2007 National Systems Contractors Association (NSCA) survey, nearly two-thirds of integrators said they offered security products, including video surveillance systems.

Asked how much revenue they got just from surveillance applications, they responded with an average of 15.7 percent. When the NSCA surveyed them again in summer 2008, the average was on track to hit 18.3 percent by year's end, and nearly 63 percent expected demand to grow through 2011.

The NSCA surveys aren't the only recent research pointing to big, long-term growth in video surveillance. A March 2008 report from Oyster Bay, N.Y.-based ABI Research says the worldwide market will be worth $46 billion by 2013, up from $13.5 billion in 2006.

Yet many AV pros are hesitant to grab a bigger share of the surveillance market–or get into it at all. In the 2008 NSCA survey, more than half of respondents not currently in the market said they're on the sidelines because "these applications are a different model from our core business focus."

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