CCTV Market Size was valued at USD 14.12 billion in 2021. The CCTV market industry is projected to grow from USD 16.12 billion in 2022 to USD 46.52 billion by 2030, exhibiting a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14.2% during the forecast period (2022 - 2030). The rising safety and security concern and traffic monitoring are driving the growth of the market.
Source: Secondary Research, Primary Research, MRFR Database, and Analyst Review
Post-COVID-19, the CCTV market size was valued at USD 14.12 billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 46.52 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 14.2% from 2022 to 2030. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the CCTV Market. The demand for CCTV systems has increased as businesses and organizations look to implement measures to ensure the safety of employees and customers. With more people working from home, there has been an increase in demand for remote monitoring and surveillance solutions. Additionally, the need for contactless and touchless solutions has also driven demand for CCTV systems with facial recognition and other biometric technologies. Furthermore, the heightened awareness of safety and security measures has led to an increase in demand for CCTV systems in both the public and private sectors.
The CCTV market has seen a significant increase in demand for safety and security solutions in recent years. This trend is driven by a number of factors, including an increase in crime and terrorism, as well as a growing awareness of the need for surveillance in public and private spaces. As a result, many companies are investing in new technologies such as high-definition cameras, facial recognition software, and cloud-based storage systems to improve the capabilities of their CCTV systems.
In addition, CCTV technology can be used for other traffic-related applications such as automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) to track vehicle movement and support enforcement activities, traffic violation detection, and the collection of tolls, parking charges, and other fees. Traffic monitoring by CCTV is also important for the security of the public and the infrastructure. CCTV cameras can detect and monitor suspicious activities around the roads and highways, enabling authorities to respond quickly to potential security threats.
The CCTVs market segmentation, based on Camera Type, includes Analogue Camera and Internet Protocol (IP) Camera. The Internet Protocol (IP) Camera is again bifurcated into Wired and Wireless.
Internet Protocol (IP) cameras are a popular and increasingly prevalent type of CCTV technology in the market. These cameras use digital technology to transmit video and audio over an IP network, such as the internet or a local area network (LAN). This allows for remote monitoring and control of the cameras, as well as the ability to store and access recorded footage from anywhere with an internet connection.
July 2022: Hikvision launched its DeepinView bullet-style network cameras with TandemVu technology, extending TandemVu technology to bullet-style cameras. Additionally, TandemVu-enabled bullet cameras are capable of monitoring large scenes and details at the same time, providing improved situational awareness and security capabilities.
February 2021: Hikvision has released the TandemVu PTZ camera range, which integrates PTZ and bullet camera capabilities into a single unit. TandemVu PTZ cameras can monitor large areas and zoom in on specific security incidents simultaneously while maintaining focus on both 'viewpoints'. Separate PTZ and bullet cameras can be deployed in pairs with these cameras.
According to Technology, the CMOS Technology segment led the overall market in the CCTV industry in 2021, and it is expected to continue to lead during the forecast period. CMOS technology is a type of image sensor used in CCTV cameras. It is a popular choice in the CCTV market because it is less expensive and more energy efficient than its counterpart, CCD (Charge-Coupled Device) technology. Additionally, CMOS sensors can perform on-chip signal processing, which can improve image quality and reduce costs. Overall, the use of CMOS technology in CCTV cameras is increasing due to its cost-effectiveness and improved performance.
The CCTV market research segmentation, by End User, the market is segmented into Educational Centers, Hospitals, Hotels, Real Estates, Religious Places, Government, Retail, IT Sector, and Transport Sector. Religious places, such as churches, temples, and mosques, are a significant end-user for the CCTV market. These places often have a high number of visitors and require surveillance to ensure the safety and security of both the visitors and the property. CCTV cameras can help to deter crime and provide evidence in case of an incident. They can also be used to monitor the behavior of visitors, such as for crowd control or to prevent vandalism. According to the MRFR, the reasons above will add to the segment's growth throughout the forecast period.
Based on Channel, the CCTV Market has been segmented into Online Channel and Offline Channel. An offline channel for the CCTV market refers to a traditional brick-and-mortar retail store or physical location where customers can go to purchase CCTV systems and equipment. These stores typically have a sales staff on hand to answer questions and provide assistance in selecting the appropriate CCTV system for the customer's needs. Examples of offline channels for the CCTV market include electronics stores, security equipment supply stores, and specialty CCTV stores. As per MRFR analysis, the retail segment would witness high growth during the assessment period.
By Region, the study segments the market into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and South America. The extensive adoption of advanced CCTV cameras in North America is driven by a growing demand for office safety and secure working premises. In the wake of increased security concerns and the need for remote monitoring, businesses have been investing in advanced CCTV cameras to enhance their security systems. The North American CCTV market is expected to continue to grow in the coming years, driven by a growing need for security and surveillance in both residential and commercial settings.
Europe accounts for the second-largest CCTV industry globally. The increasing uptake of surveillance solutions in government establishments and public protection policies in Europe is driven by the need for enhanced security and public safety. Governments in Europe have been investing in advanced surveillance technologies such as CCTV cameras, facial recognition systems, and license plate recognition systems to improve their ability to detect and prevent crime and terrorist activities.
Further, the countries considered in the scope of the CCTVs market are the US, Canada, Mexico, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Sweden, Romania, Ireland, China, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, South Korea, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Brunei, India, Australia & New Zealand, South Africa, Egypt, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, and Oman, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and others.
Major market players are spending a lot of money on R&D to increase their product lines, which will help the CCTVs market grow even more. Market participants are also taking a range of strategic initiatives to grow their worldwide footprint, including new product launches, contractual agreements, mergers and acquisitions, increased investments, and collaboration with other organizations. Competitors in the CCTVs industry must offer cost-effective items to expand and survive in an increasingly competitive and rising market environment.
Panasonic has a strong focus on innovation and R&D to stay ahead of the market trends and continuously develop new technologies to meet the evolving needs of its customers. The company has invested heavily in R&D in the area of AI and IoT to develop smart surveillance systems that can be integrated with other devices and systems to provide a more comprehensive security solution. Safran Security specializes in the development of integrated security systems that can be customized to meet the specific needs of their customers. These systems can be designed to include a variety of security technologies, such as CCTV, access control, and intrusion detection, all of which can be integrated and managed through a single, centralized platform.
Bosch Security System
Tyco Security Products
Guardian Protection Services
Mobotix AG, among others
December 2022: Hanwha Techwin has integrated its intelligent IP cameras with Epic's remote sitting video platform. By integrating these systems, hospitals can monitor high-risk patient rooms and acute care patients remotely and conduct remote observation of specialized units and high-risk patient rooms.
August 2022: Hanwha Techwin launched a range of products that support Deep Learning technology as well as enhancements to existing solutions. Wisenet EDGE is a new and innovative camera that combines Wisenet WAVE with up to 2TB of SSD on-board storage; as well as an IR PTRZ camera that allows remote control of PTRZ functions.
June 2022: Bosch launched the MIC IP fusion 9000i 9mm camera which offers a wide thermal view to increase the level of security in perimeter detection applications. The 9mm lens on the new camera adds to the current line-up of AI-powered security solutions offered by MIC IP fusion 9000i. The MIC IP fusion 9000i 9mm camera offers 360-degree coverage in 30 seconds, making it the perfect perimeter security camera for short range applications at critical sites.
Internet Protocol (IP) Camera
Rest of Europe
Rest of Asia-Pacific
Middle East & Africa
Real Estate Industry
|Market Size 2021||USD 14.12 billion|
|Market Size 2022||USD 16.12 billion|
|Market Size 2030||USD 46.52 billion|
|Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)||14.2% (2022-2030)|
|Forecast Units||Value (USD Billion)|
|Report Coverage||Revenue Forecast, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, and Trends|
|Segments Covered||Camera Type, Technology, End User, End User|
|Geographies Covered||North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and South America|
|Countries Covered||The U.S, Canada, Mexico, Germany, France, UK, China, Japan, India, Australia, South Korea, UAE, and Brazil|
|Key Companies Profiled||Hikvision Digital Technology, Honeywell Security, Bosch Security System, Safran Security, Dahua Technology, AssaAbloy, Tyco Security Products, Flir Systems, Samsung, Axis Communications, Panasonic Corporation, Sony electronics, ADT LLC, Guardian Protection Services, and Mobotix AG|
|Key Market Opportunities||Technological advancements|
|Key Market Dynamics||Rising safety and security concern Traffic monitoring|
CCTV market was valued at USD 14.12 Billion in 2021
CCTV market was valued at USD 46.52 Billion in 2030
CCTV market Size is predicted to hit at a CAGR of 14.2% by 2030
North America is expected to hold the highest market share in the global CCTV market
Hikvision Digital Technology, Honeywell Security, Bosch Security System, Safran Security, Dahua Technology, AssaAbloy, Tyco Security Products, Flir Systems, Samsung, Axis Communications, Panasonic Corporation, Sony electronics, ADT LLC, Guardian Protection Services, Mobotix AG, and other.