Genetec has recently emerged as the only security and public safety solutions developer to hold a place in the top-ten global rankings for video management software (VMS), access control software, and automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) software, according to recently published market research reports by IHS Markit. The IHS Markit reports include 2017 Video Surveillance Market Share Database, 2017 Access Control Intelligence Database, and 2017 ANPR & Detection Sensors Report.
“As we continue to increase our global market share across all sectors, these reports confer renewed validation of the Genetec unified platform strategy that we introduced to the market over the past decade,” said Andrew Elvish, vice president at Genetec. “Customers are trusting us in ever greater numbers to deliver on our promise of true unification, and we are honored to be able to develop the software and appliances that bring that promise to life.”
In the Americas, the world’s largest market for VMS products, Genetec reportedly remains the leading software developer by a wide margin, with a 14.5 percent share of the $477.6 million market. Additionally, this year, IHS Markit introduced a new category which measures market share for back-end video surveillance equipment including VMS, network recording appliances, and encoders. In a worldwide category dominated by end-to-end hardware manufacturers, Genetec was the sole open-platform VMS software developer to achieve a top-five ranking in this $3.27 billion market. This ranking was achieved through the combined strength of its unified VMS software, Omnicast™, and its popular Streamvault™ (SV) line of network security appliances according to data from Genetec.
With its open-platform Synergis™ line of software, Genetec entered into the top-five ranking for access control software developers in the Americas, and achieved a global top-7 rank. The Synergis software grew its market share in the Americas from 4.5 to 6.1 percent, while all other traditional access control incumbents in the top five reported either
“We are especially thrilled to see the strength and growth of our access control products as they challenge legacy proprietary offerings. Today, customers are seeking flexible, open, and modern solutions that can unify all of the core activities of a customer’s physical security system without locking them into a single-supplier solution,” said Elvish.
Taking a strong position in the top-five rank of the Americas ALPR market, and debuting in the top ten globally, Genetec is continuing to gain market share with its AutoVu™ software. With the introduction of innovative new ALPR cameras like the SharpV, and new mobile offerings like the scooter-mounted Motoscan™ system, Genetec expects to see its rank rise quickly in this market.