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London-A Camera for every 16, One-fifth of the world

PR Minds | December 19 2005

There has been an unusual degree of acceptance of surveillances installed for the public. In London, where the population is 7.2 million, has got 450,000 CCTV cameras fixed. As a result, the UK market for CCTV systems is expected to increase progressively up to 2010. This includes both sales and rental. Annual growth rates will, however, be constant at 3%.

There has been an unusual degree of acceptance of surveillances installed for the public. In London, where the population is 7.2 million, has got 450,000 CCTV cameras fixed. As a result, the UK market for CCTV systems is expected to increase progressively up to 2010. This includes both sales and rental. Annual growth rates will, however, be constant at 3%.

According to a recent market research report, "UK CCTV Market - An Outlook (2005-2009)" published by RNCOS, it is believed that there would be an overall growth of CCTV surveillance systems of 15% taking the market value to 654 million pounds during 2005-09. The revenue earnings from these systems are expected to rise from the current level of $4.4 million in 2004 to $8.8 million by 2010.

Despite the more mature intruder alarm system or the vigorously growing access control market, the CCTV market has shown a stronger value growth.

With such increasing demand for CCTV cameras, new technologies making color cameras have come up and are dominant in the market. They are replacing monochrome cameras which are used for low light areas. Moreover, there is also a high demand for networked CCTV capable of being connected to Ethernet LANs. The CCTV market remains diverged between top-end (Integrated Networked High-Tech Systems) and low-end (Basic simple equipment).

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