LONDON, Nov. 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- This report on the global video surveillance and VSaaS market provides analysis for the period from 2014 to 2024, wherein 2015 is the base year and the years from 2016 to 2024 are the forecast period. Data for 2014 has been included as historical information. The report covers all the prevalent trends and technologies playing a major role in the growth of the video surveillance and VSaaS market over the forecast period from 2016 to 2024. It also highlights the various drivers, restraints, and opportunities expected to influence the market's growth during the said period. The study provides a holistic perspective on market growth throughout the forecast period in terms of revenue estimates (in US$ Bn) across different geographies, which include North America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), Middle East & Africa (MEA), and Latin America (LATAM). Video surveillance means the possibility of visual surveillance without being directly on site. Surveillance can be performed not only on a real-time basis but also recorded for later viewing through data storage devices. Video surveillance technology may be also used for control and regulation purposes such as traffic regulation, production control, and quality assurance. It offers various other benefits, such as the detection of criminal offenses, documentation of security-related events, prevention of vandalism, tracing of offenders, monitoring of open-air grounds, and reduction of accidents. North America dominates the overall market for video surveillance and VSaaS globally, owing to surging terrorism threats and continuous technological advancements in technologies pertaining to security in this region. This research report provides in-depth analysis of the global video surveillance and VSaaS market on the basis of type, components, and end-use industry. The video surveillance and VSaaS market based on type includes analog and IP-based systems. On the basis of components, the market is segmented into hardware, software, and VSaaS. The video surveillance hardware market is subdivided into cameras, recorders and storage, encoders, and monitors. Video surveillance software market is sub-segmented into video analytics software and video management software (VMS). The VSaaS market is segmented into hosted, managed, and hybrid services. The video surveillance and VSaaS end-use industry segment comprises residential, retail, business organizations, transportation, government buildings, industries, and others.