Closed Circuit Television or CCTV is a security device, used to transmit a signal to a limited set of monitors through a video camera. In this the picture is viewed or recorded, but not broadcast. CCTV is most commonly used for surveillance. It is primarily used in commercial and private establishments like banks, offices, shopping malls, retail shops, hotels, industries, hospitals, educational institutions, prisons, airports, railway stations for security reasons.
Types of CCTV
Different types of CCTV models are in-line type, out-of-line type, Pan Tilt Zoom (PTZ) Cameras, indoor cameras, outdoor cameras, dome camera, bullet camera, CCTV's that use computer monitors, portable type etc. They also can be categorized by the types of images they are able to capture, the amount of frames they can take per minute etc.
Major manufacturing countries are China, Canada, Hong Kong and United States.
Main Export Markets
Main Export Markets are North America, South America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Eastern Asia, Southeast Asia, Mid East, Africa and Oceania.
Selling propositions for these products are high performance, stability, compatibility, strong antivirus capacity, easy maintenance, monitor size and color combination.
Increasing threat to global security, constant need for personal protection, declining prices and acceptance of new technologies are offering the CCTV market limitless opportunities for the future. The worldwide CCTV market, which comprises both IP-based CCTV and conventional CCTV, is anticipated to increase at a Compound Annual Growth Rate of over 13% for the period spanning from 2007 to 2011.