Delhi leads soaring nationwide demand for Connected Security Systems

15th December 2014 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

CCTV-Surveillance-in-IndiaIndia, Chennai, December 15, 2014:, a leading platform for ‘local service need fulfilment’, today shared the results of a study undertaken on the online market for CCTV Surveillance in India. Demand for CCTV camera security systems—especially connected ones—is soaring nationwide with use in a wide variety of interesting contexts such as to make sure kids and pets are behaving at home while busy at work; or to keep an eye on elderly parents in India from abroad.

This study is an analysis of over 2.7 million searches on made in the last one year across the top metros.

The key findings of the study are that there has been 118% growth in demand for CCTV surveillance for use in a wide variety of location such as IT parks, banks, malls; public places like parks; and private places such as gated communities and residential corridors, over the last two years.

The study found CCTV camera needs from New Delhi has soared 123% in just one year. Delhi (25%) has the highest demand for CCTV cameras, followed by 16% from Bangalore; 13% from Mumbai, Hyderabad and Chennai; 9% from Kolkata; and 7% from Pune. Across the country, maximum searches come from Tier 1 cities (76%), followed by 22% from Tier 2 and 2% from Tier 3 cities.

Nearly 87% of the CCTV camera needs are for commercial purpose, whereas 13% are for residential. 42% of the online searches are from educational institutions like schools and colleges, while 30% of the CCTV camera needs are from parents search to monitor their child’s activity while they are at work or travelling.
Nearly 4% of needs are from homeowners who want to keep an eye on pets and kids at home while they are busy working in the office.

On the type and feature preference front, Sony was found to be the most popular brand in this segment (35%), followed by Samsung (22%), Zicom (16%), Hikvision (12%) and Panasonic (9%). Pet cameras and Aviary CCTV cameras saw an upsurge of 70% in Bangalore and New Delhi. These cameras are loaded with special features like infra-red LEDs for night viewing and intelligent motion sensors.
Among various types of cameras, people mainly look for Dome type (39%) followed by Bullet (30%), Hidden (21%) and Box (9%). Close to 46% of the users look for CCTV cameras with visibility up to 30mm, followed by 32% looking for camera with good recording facility, 22% look for day and night camera, and about 10% look for its compatibility with mobile and the internet.

Satya Prabhakar, Founder & CEO,, said, “This analysis of the detailed needs of Sulekha’s millions of users points to growing awareness among the public to enhance security at home and the workplace. The demand for CCTV surveillance, net-enabled especially, has been exploding nationwide and will continue for several years ahead. With inexpensive and connected smartphones, an app is all that is needed to monitor and track activities remotely: whether it is to make sure pets and kids are behaving at home or to keep an eye on elderly parents in India from abroad. The features are endless—HD quality audio and video streaming, motion sensors and email motion alerts. Customized features and demand are growing explosively while costs are coming down dramatically.”

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