In the 2013 edition of the IHS ‘World Market for CCTV and Video Surveillance’ report, Genetec also maintained its leading position in the Americas region—the world’s largest VMS market—as well as demonstrated strong double digit growth in the Latin America and Asia Pacific regions.
Genetec’s success is further validated by its 30 per cent growth in 2012 of its combined product categories, including VMS, Access Control, and License Plate Recognition (LPR). This can be attributed to the Company’s successful expansion into Asia Pacific and Latin America as well as a steadfast focus on product development.
“Innovation is in our DNA,” said Pierre Racz, President & CEO of Genetec. “We believe that the key to success is to invent new technologies that will help our customers today and tomorrow. By investing over 20 percent of our revenue in R&D, we foster a strong culture of innovation. From pioneering IP video, to developing the industry’s first unified security platform that combines video, access control, and license plate recognition, to bringing physical security to the Cloud, we are consistently delivering groundbreaking solutions to our industry.”
Building upon its VMS leadership position, Genetec continues to achieve widespread adoption of its unified security platform, Security Center, in the education, city wide surveillance, transportation, retail, gaming, parking, and law enforcement sectors.
“Because Security Center combines video surveillance with access control and LPR, and integrates seamlessly with a multitude of partner technologies such as video analytics and intrusion software, Genetec can offer a stronger ROI to its customers,” said Racz.
In 2012, Genetec also opened the door to new market opportunities with the launch of Stratocast, its cloud-based video surveillance solution powered by Windows Azure. Designed to meet the needs of small and midsized businesses, a section of the market that is currently underserved by existing VMS developers, Stratocast offers an enterprise-grade video monitoring solution without the costs and complexities of installing and managing on-premise systems.
A full copy of the 2013 edition of IHS’ World Market for CCTV and Video Surveillance is available from: http://www.imsresearch.com/report/CCTV_and_Video_Surveillance_Equipment_World_2013&cat_id=130&type=LatestResearch
*Note: The number 1 position is shared with another VMS vendor.