Global VMS Market Projected to be Valued at $30 Billion in a Decade

Global VMS Market Projected to be Valued at $30 Billion in a Decade

The global video management software market is expected to value $4 Billion in 2022 and reach $30 Billion by 2032 while displaying a CAGR of 22.63% during the forecast period. The growth of the market can be attributed to the penetration of advanced technologies like computer vision and video analytics. Demand for video management software is expected to rise as of offers reliability, cost-effectiveness, and enhanced accuracy. 

Real-time video analytics with high-performance capabilities can assist in transforming standard surveillance networks across intelligent detection and alert systems for static objects, vehicles, or people. Real-time detection has helped in lessening crimes, thefts, and other criminal activities while boosting overall social situations and the international trade climate, thus, driving the market growth during the assessment period.

The video management software market is expected to gain significant traction due to increasing smart cities initiatives across the countries and rising investment to deploy analytics integrated video surveillance systems across law enforcement, banking & financial institutions, transportation, and others.

However, increasing concerns regarding the privacy and storage of high-resolution videos and recordings are likely to hamper the market growth during the forecast period. Also, increasing cyberattacks and data breaches on video surveillance cameras, IoT devices, and other connected equipment are other factors that can hinder the market growth in the assessment tenure.

However, the integration of AI and deep learning across the video management software is expected to counter the hampering factors and act as a significant opportunity for the video management software market during the forecast period.

The report is from market research firm Fact.MR.

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