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Smart Camera Market Poised to Rake Us$ 9,829.1mn by 2020

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According to Future Market Insights’ new market research report, “Smart Camera Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2015 - 2020”, the global smart camera market is anticipated to witness a stellar compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 23.84% through 2020, and reach a valuation of US$ 9,829.1 Mn; the global smart camera market was valued at US$ 2,469 Mn in 2014. In terms of volume, the smart camera market is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 23.84% through 2020 and reach 85.47 Mn units by 2020.

Advancement in home- and industrial- automation has augured well for the prospects of the smart camera market. Smart cameras are used for surveillance and monitoring purposes in home automation, whereas in industrial automation, these are used for a host of applications, depending upon the specific industry. It is anticipated that increased demand from these sectors will fuel the smart camera market during the forecast period, 2015-2020.

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The global smart camera market is also propelled by technological advancements in smart camera technology. Innovation in CMOS image sensors, embedded system designs, smart lenses, and chip manufacturing has expanded the scope of smart camera applications.

FMI’s analysis found that the projected growth in the electronics and semiconductor industry will create new opportunities for smart camera market. Price reduction in PC-based smart camera and government focus on strengthening the surveillance and security system is also anticipated to provide an impetus to the smart camera market during the forecast period.

Lack of standardisation is a key challenge for the widespread adoption of smart cameras. Regulations regarding limited use of smart cameras for surveillance at public places is another factor that can restrain the growth of the market. Furthermore, the use of smart cameras in developing countries is limited to...

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