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Article Title: Report: U.S. surveillance camera sales to grow 7.2 percent annually through 2021
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Publication: SecurityInfoWatch, 8/23/2017
Freedonia Study: Video Surveillance Equipment in the US by Product, Technology and Market (3553)

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According to a new report from The Freedonia Group, sales of security cameras in the U.S. are expected to increase by 7.2 percent annually through 2021 to $2.8 billion.
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Article Title: Banned Chinese Security Cameras Are Almost Impossible to Remove
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Publication: Bloomberg, 7/10/2019
Freedonia Study: Video Surveillance Equipment in the US by Product, Technology and Market (3553)

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“There are all kinds of shadowy licensing agreements that prevent us from knowing the true scope of China’s foothold in this market,” said Peter Kusnic, a technology writer at business research firm The Freedonia Group. “I’m not sure it will even be possible to ever fully identify all of these cameras, let alone remove them. The sheer number is insurmountable.” Video surveillance is big business in the U.S. Sales of video cameras to the government are projected to climb to $705 million in 2021 from $570 million in 2016, according to The Freedonia Group.
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