China Safe Cities Technologies and Markets – 2013-2022

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Publication: Q3 2013, Pages: 574, Tables & Figures: 146

Foreign Companies’ Share: 35% of the Cumulative 2013-2022 $138 Billion Market

Explosives Trace Detection (ETD): Technologies & Global Market - 2013-2020
China Safe City Market by Modality, Submarkets [$B] – 2012-2020

In 2011, the Chinese central government began the massive implementation of a national program requiring 650 Chinese cities to reform their public security and safety infrastructures with state-of-the-art technologies. According to the China Safe Cities Technologies and Markets 2013-2022 report, this program will result in a cumulative 2013-2022 $138 billion Chinese Safe City market – the largest national Safe City market in the world.

Foreign-based companies (e.g., Cisco, IBM, GE Security Asia, Panasonic, Samsung Electronics, Bosch Security, Honeywell, Siemens, Toshiba, AGT) will continue to dominate the Safe Cities premium/high-end product markets while the low and mid-end products will be supplied by Chinese vendors. The foreign-based companies’ market share is estimated at more than 35%, representing cumulative revenues of $46 billion for the forecasted period.

A major driver of the market is that China is pushing ahead with its massive multi-trillion dollar plan to transfer 250 million rural residents (roughly the total urban population of the U.S.) into newly-constructed cities. The goal of this plan is to decisively solve the rural-urban income gap by creating a prospering urban middle class of over 700 million people. This urbanization will supply a low cost workforce and create a growing consumer demand for goods and services. Thus, this program is viewed as the key to maintaining the nation’s continued economic development. This massive relocation is generating harsh opposition requiring the Chinese government to go to extreme ends to maintain control of the process. The government is committed to spending tens of billions on high-end technologies to ensure the safety and security of their cities.

As the Great Wall of China was built to defend the country from its external enemies, the Safe Cities program is being built to defend China from internal threats (e.g., crime, terror, manmade and natural disasters). Accordingly, hundreds of Chinese cities are rushing to construct their safe city platforms by fusing internet, video surveillance cameras, cell phones, GPS location data and biometric technologies into central ICT meta-systems.

The following are a few examples of Chinese Safe City projects:

  • Sichuan Province is spending $4.2 billion on its safe city project including a network of 500,000 surveillance cameras.
  • The Guangdong Province “Safe City Corridor” project will be based on a 1,000,000 cameras surveillance system at an estimated cost of over $6 billion.
  • The Beijing municipal government is seeking to place cameras in all entertainment venues, adding 400,000 surveillance cameras to the bundle of 300,000 cameras that were installed for the 2008 Olympics.
  • Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang, where almost 200 people died in the July 2009 riots, finished the installation of 40,000 surveillance cameras as part of an ongoing safe city project.
  • The Safe City project of Guangzhou, one of the main export and manufacturing hubs, will include 270,000 surveillance cameras

The China Safe City Technologies & Market 2013-2022 report, segmented into dozens of sub-markets, offers for each submarket 2011-2013 data, analysis & foreign-based vendors market share and 2014-2022 forecasts, analysis & foreign-based vendors market share. In 574 pages, 43 tables and 103 figures, the report analyzes and projects the market and technologies from several perspectives, including:

  • Market forecast by submarket, including tracking technologies, video surveillance, C2/C4ISR , physical identity & access management, managed security services, physical security information management, location-based emergency notification, consulting & planning, cyber security, public safety communications, system integration.
  • Current and pipeline technologies, including: Physical Security Information Management (PSIM), Public-safety answering point (PSAP), Sensor Network ICT Systems, Wireless Sensor Networks, Software as a Service (SaaS), Emergency Response use of Social Media, Geographic Information System (GIS), Location Based Emergency Mass Notification Systems (EMNS), Cell Broadcast, Cell Information Technology, Managed Security Services (MSS), Sensor and Data Fusion Algorithms, Safe City Communication and Infrastructure, Video Surveillance Technologies, Intelligent Video Surveillance (IVS) Technologies (Cloud Platforms, Behavioral Analyses, Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS), Real Time Automatic Alerts Software, Image Segmentation Software, Item Tracking Intelligent CCTV Surveillance Software, Object Sorting and ID, Item Identification and Recognition, IVS Based Face Recognition, License Plate Recognition (LPR), Sorting Actions and Behaviors, Crowd Surveillance, Multi-camera Intelligent CCTV Surveillance Systems, Video Content Analysis, Behavioral Profiling, Tag and Track, Kalman Filtering Techniques, Region Segmentation), Partially Observable Markov Decision Process, ‘Splitting’ items Algorithms, Dimension Based Items Classifiers, Shape Based Item Classifiers, Event Detection Methods, Vision-based Human Action Recognition, 3D Derived Egomotion, Path Reconstruction Software, Video Cameras Spatial Gap Mitigation Software, Networked Cameras Tag and Track Software, Smart Cameras, Physical Identity and Access Management (PIAM), Flood Prediction Software, Gunshot Identification and Location Systems.
  • Business opportunities
  • Competitive analysis
  • 79 major vendors (their profiles, products, Safe City activities and contact info): 3i-MIND, 3VR, 3xLOGIC, ABB, Accenture, ACTi Corporation, ADT Security Services, Agent Video Intelligence, AGT international, Alcatel, ALPHAOPEN, Anixter, Aralia System, Avigilon Corporation, Axis, AxxonSoft, BAE Systems, Bosch Security Systems, Briefcam, BRS Labs, BT, Camero, Cantronic Systems Inc., CelPlan, China Security & Surveillance, Inc., Cisco, Citilog, Diebold, DVTel, Elsag Datamat, Emerson Electric, Firetide, G4S, General Electric, Honeywell, IBM, IndigoVision, Intergraph Corporation, IntuVision Inc, Ioimage, iOmniscient, IPConfigure, IPS Intelligent Video Analytics, ISS, MACROSCOP, Mate Intelligent Video Ltd., MDS, Mer group, Milestone Systems A/S, Mirasys, Mobotix, National instruments, NetPosa Technologies, Ltd., NICE Systems, Northrop Grumman Corporation, ObjectVideo, Orsus, Panasonic, Pelco, Pivot3, Proximex, Raytheon Company, Salient Stills, Samsung Techwin, Schneider Electric, SeeTec, Siemens, Smart China (Holdings) Limited, Sony, Synectics, Tandu Technologies & Security Systems Ltd, Texas Instruments, Thales Group, TotalRecall, Unisys, Verint, Vigilant Systems, WeCU Technologies Ltd, Zhejiang Dahua Technology.
  • Market analysis (e.g., market dynamics, market drivers and inhibitors, SWOT analysis)
Table of Contents Table of Contents
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1 Executive Summary
2 Extended Summary
2.1 Major Findings
2.1.1 China At-A-Glance
2.1.2 China Homeland Security and Public Safety
2.1.3 China Urbanization Plan
2.2 China HLS and Public Safety Industry and Markets
2.2.1 China Safe Cities
2.3 Major Conclusions
2.4 China Safe City Market - 2011-2022
2.4.1 China GDP, Defense Budget, HLS & Public Safety Funding and Market
2.4.2 Foreign Companies Supplying China’s Safe City Market
2.4.3 China’s Safe City Market
3 Safe City vs. Smart City
3.1 China Smart Cities
3.2 Safe Cities
4 China Urbanization Program
4.1 China Urbanization Program: Background
4.2 China’s Rural and Urban Households Income Gap
5 China Safe Cities
5.1 Scope
5.2 China Safe City Projects- 2011-2022
5.2.1 Example: Fushun Safe City project
5.2.2 Safe City Natural and Man-Made Disaster Mitigation Process
5.2.3 Safe City Architecture
5.2.4 Safe City Event Awareness Process
5.3 Urban Societal Security
5.4 Safe City Project Implementation
5.4.1 Safe City Vision
5.4.2 Safe City Mission
5.4.3 Safe City Goals
5.4.4 Safe City Decision-Making Mechanism
5.4.5 Safe City Plan Assessment
5.4.6 Vision & Mission Statement Development
5.4.7 Individual Safe City Goals and Priorities
5.4.8 Safe City Strategic Plan, Risk & Economic assessment
5.4.9 Safe City Project: Development Process & Timeline
5.4.10 Safe City Synergy
5.4.11 "Safe City” Concept & Stakeholders
5.4.12 Ownership of the Safe City Concept Needs to be Communicated
5.4.13 Safe City Intelligence Function
5.4.14 Safe City Roles and Responsibilities
5.4.15 Safe City Regionalization
5.4.16 Safe City Linkages
5.4.17 Safe City Proactive Prevention
5.4.18 Safe City Bottom-Up Design
5.4.19 Safe City Affordability
5.4.20 Safe City Metrics & Progress Monitoring
5.4.21 Safe City Cost Allocation
5.4.22 Safe City Communication Networks
5.4.23 Safe City Network Requirements
5.4.24 Broadband Networks
5.4.25 Safe City Interoperable Communications Market
5.5 Safe City Natural Disasters Mitigation
5.5.1 Natural Disasters Mitigation: Background
5.5.2 Private Sector Business Involvement in Safe Cities Disasters
5.6 Safe Water
5.7 Transportation & Traffic
6 Competitive Landscape
6.1 Safe City Value Chain
7 China Safe City Market Enablers & Drivers
8 China Safe City Market Risks & Inhibitors
9 China Safe City Market: SWOT Analysis
10 China Safe City Market: Competitive Analysis
11 Safe City Return on Investment (ROI)
11.1 Deterrent Value
11.2 Incident Detection Value
11.3 Process Value
11.4 Image and Reputation Value
12 Safe City Life Cycle Costs
12.1 Video Surveillance and Sensors
12.2 Cabling
12.3 Network Switches
12.4 Software
12.5 Storage
13 Total Cost of Safe City Ownership
14 Market Dynamics
15 China Safe City Market Background
15.1 China Economic and Political Background
15.2 China Political-Economic Challenges
15.3 China’s Economic, Political and Security Risks
15.4 China Near Term Internal Security Challenges
15.5 China 12th Five Year Plan
15.6 China Homeland Security
15.6.1 China Definition of Terrorism
15.6.2 People’s Republic of China (PRC) Domestic Terrorism
15.6.3 Security Legislation and Law Enforcement
15.6.4 Terror Financing
15.6.5 China Underground Banks
15.6.6 Hong Kong Homeland Security Activities
15.6.7 Macau Homeland Security Activities
15.7 People’s Republic of China (PRC) National HLS and Public Security Related Organizations
15.7.1 China Ministry of Public Security
15.7.2 Public Security Bureau
15.7.3 China People's Armed Police (PAP)
15.7.4 China Ministry of State Security
15.7.5 The PLA & People’s Armed Police Public Security & Internal Security Missions
15.8 China Homeland Security and Public Security Industry
15.9 China Security Market Background
15.1 Public Safety Surveillance in China
15.11 China Safe City Concept
15.11.1 China Safe Cities Programs Roster
16 China Safe City Market – 2013-2022
16.1.1 China Safe City Market – 2012-2022
16.1.2 The Market: Local vs. Foreign Based Companies
16.1.3 China Safe City Market by Modality, Submarkets – 2012-2022
17 China Safe City Video Surveillance Sub-Market – 2012-2022
17.1 Safe City Video Surveillance: Market Background
17.1.1 CCTV Security Surveillance in China
17.1.2 Wireless Video Surveillance Systems
17.1.3 Cloud Computing & Storage Digital Video Surveillance
17.1.4 High Definition IP Networked Video Surveillance Cameras
17.1.5 China HLS & Public Security Intelligent Video Surveillance and Video Analytics: Market Background
17.1.6 Intelligent Video Surveillance Technologies
17.1.7 Basic Intelligent CCTV Surveillance Technologies
17.2 China Safe City Video Surveillance: Market – 2012-2022
18 China Safe City Tracking Technologies Sub-Market – 2012-2022
18.1 Safe City Tracking Technologies: Market – 2012-2022
19 China Safe City, Physical Identity & Access Management (PIAM) Sub-Market – 2012-2022
19.1 China Safe City Physical Identity & Access Management Market background
19.2 Safe City Physical Identity & Access Management: Market – 2012-2022
20 China Safe City Managed Security Services Sub-Market – 2012-2022
20.1 China Safe City Managed Security Services Market Background
20.2 Safe City Managed Security Services: Market – 2012-2022
21 China Safe City Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) Sub-Market – 2012-2022
21.1 PSIM Market Background
21.2 Safe City Physical Security Information Management: Market – 2012-2022
22 China Safe City Location Based Emergency Notification Sub-Market – 2012-2022
22.1 Safe City Location Based Emergency Notification: Market – 2012-2022
23 China Safe City Consulting & Planning Sub-Market – 2012-2022
23.1 Safe City Consulting & Planning Market  Background
23.2 Safe City Consulting & Planning: Market – 2012-2022
24 China Safe City Cyber Security Sub-Market  – 2012-2022
24.1 Safe City Cyber Security Market Background
24.1.1 Leading Safe City Cyber Security Companies
24.2 Safe City Cyber Security: Market – 2012-2022
25 China Safe City Public Safety Communications Sub-Market – 2012-2022
25.1 Safe City Public Safety Communications market background
25.2 Safe City Public Safety Communications Market – 2012-2022
26 China Safe City C2/C4ISR Sub-Market – 2012-2022
26.1 Safe City C2/C4ISR: Market – 2012-2022
27 China Safe City System Integration Sub-Market – 2012-2022
27.1 Safe City System Integration: Market – 2012-2022
28 China Other Safe City Technologies & Services Sub-Market – 2012-2022
28.1 Safe City Other Technologies & Services Market Background
28.1.1 Embedded Vision Systems Market Background
28.1.2 Public Events Security
28.2 Safe City: Other Technologies & Services: Market  – 2012-2022
29 Safe City, Present and Pipeline Technologies
29.1 Physical Security Information Management (PSIM)
29.1.1 Situation Management PSIM
29.1.2 PSIM Software Providers
29.2 Safe City Public-Safety Answering Point (PSAP)
29.2.1 PSAP Systems Manufacturers and Vendors
29.3 Sensor Network ICT Systems
29.4 Wireless Sensor Networks
29.5 Software as a Service (SaaS)
29.6 Emergency Response use of Social Media
29.7 Safe City Planning: Geo-Design
29.7.1 Geo-Design Definition
29.7.2 Safe Cities Geo-Design
29.7.3 Geo-Design Technologies
29.8 Safe City Geographic Information System (GIS)
29.9 Location Based Emergency Mass Notification Systems (EMNS)
29.1 Safe City Cell Broadcast, Cell Information Technology
29.10.1 Safe City Cell Broadcast Application
29.10.2 Cell Broadcast Technologies
29.11 Safe City, Managed Security Services (MSS)
29.11.1 Managed Security Services
29.11.2 On-Site Safe City Consulting
29.11.3 Remote Safe City Management
29.11.4 Managed Security Monitoring
29.11.5 Managed Security Services Vendors
29.12 Sensor and Data Fusion Algorithms
29.13 Safe City Communication
29.13.1 Emergency Response Service
29.14 Safe City Communication and Infrastructure
29.15 Safe City Communication Requirements
29.16 Benefits of Private Networks over Public Networks
29.16.1 City- Wide Communication Interoperability
29.17 Video Surveillance Technologies
29.17.1 Video Surveillance Evolution
29.17.2 Analog Video Surveillance
29.17.3 Second-Generation Analog Video Surveillance
29.17.4 Third-Generation Video Surveillance
29.17.5 Digital Video Surveillance
29.17.6 IP Network Centric Video Surveillance Systems
29.17.7 IP-Based Video Surveillance Systems
29.18 Intelligent Video Surveillance (IVS) Technologies
29.18.1 Video Analytics: Introduction
29.18.2 Video Analytics Architecture
29.18.3 IVS: Cloud Platforms
29.18.4 IVS Based Behavioral Analyses
29.18.5 Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS)
29.18.6 IVS Based Real Time Automatic Alerts Software
29.18.7 Image Segmentation Software
29.18.8 Item Tracking Intelligent CCTV Surveillance Software
29.18.9 Object Sorting and ID
29.18.10 Item Identification and Recognition
29.18.11 IVS Based Face Recognition
29.18.12 License Plate Recognition (LPR)
29.18.13 Sorting Actions and Behaviors
29.18.14 Crowd Surveillance
29.18.15 Multi-camera Intelligent CCTV Surveillance Systems
29.18.16 Video Content Analysis: Overview
29.18.17 Intelligent Video Surveillance: Tracking
29.18.18 Intelligent Video Surveillance: Behavioral Profiling
29.18.19 Intelligent Video Surveillance: Biometrics
29.18.20  Intelligent Video Surveillance: Tag and Track
29.19 Safe City IVS Applications: Present and Pipeline Products
29.19.1 Intelligent Video Surveillance: Technological Challenges
29.19.2 Pipeline IVS Software
29.19.3 Present Limitations of Video Analytics Software
29.19.4 Automated Analysis of Video Surveillance Data
29.19.5 Item Detection
29.19.6 Background Subtraction: Gaussian Mixture Based Software
29.19.7 Background Subtraction
29.19.8 Item Detection Using a Single-image Software
29.19.9 Item Tracking Software
29.19.10 Kalman Filtering Techniques, Region Segmentation
29.19.11 Kalman Filters Application to Track Moving Items
29.19.12 Partially Observable Markov Decision Process, IVS Systems
29.19.13 “Splitting” Items Algorithms
29.19.14 Dimension Based Items Classifiers
29.19.15 Shape Based Item Classifiers
29.19.16 Event Detection Methods
29.19.17 Vision-based Human Action Recognition
29.19.18 3D Derived Egomotion
29.19.19 Path Reconstruction Software
29.19.20 Video Cameras Spatial Gap Mitigation Software
29.19.21 Networked Cameras Tag and Track Software
29.2 Video Content Analysis (VCA) Systems
29.20.1 Visual Intelligence Technologies
29.20.2 The Visual Intelligence Process
29.20.3 Wireless Video Analytics
29.20.4 Cloud Video Analytics
29.20.5 Online Video Analytics
29.20.6 Pulse Video Analytics
29.20.7 Fused Intelligent Video Surveillance and Biometric Technology
29.20.8 Fused Multi-modal IVS Biometric Remote People Screening
29.21 Smart Cameras
29.21.1 Embedded Vision Cameras and Sensors
29.22 Smart Cameras Video Analytics vs. Centralized Video Analytics
29.23 Physical Identity and Access Management (PIAM)
29.23.1 PIAM Software
29.23.2 PIAM Vendors
29.23.3 Video Surveillance and Intelligent Video Analysis
29.23.4 Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) Systems
29.24 Safe City Physical Security Information Management Systems
29.25 Flood Prediction Software
29.26 Gunshot Identification and Location Systems
29.26.1 Acoustic Gunshot Location Technologies
29.26.2 Optical Gunshot Location Technologies
29.26.3 Fused Optical and Acoustic Gunshot Detection
29.26.4 The Use of Artificial Neural Networks to Detect Gunshot Signature
29.26.5 System Architecture
30 Safe City Vendors
30.1 2012 Top 100 China Security Companies
30.2 3i-MIND
30.2.1 Company Profile
30.2.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.2.3 Contact Information
30.3 3VR
30.3.1 Company Profile
30.3.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.3.3 Contact Information
30.4 3xLOGIC
30.4.1 Company Profile
30.4.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.4.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.4.4 Contact Information
30.5 ABB
30.5.1 Company Profile
30.5.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.5.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.5.4 Contact Information
30.6 Accenture
30.6.1 Company Profile
30.6.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.6.3 Contact Information
30.7 ACTi Corporation
30.7.1 Company Profile
30.7.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.7.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.7.4 Contact Information
30.8 ADT Security Services
30.8.1 Company Profile
30.8.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.8.3 Contact Information
30.9 Agent Video Intelligence
30.9.1 Company Profile
30.9.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.9.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.9.4 Contact Information
30.1 AGT international
30.10.1 Company Profile
30.10.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.10.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.10.4 Contact Information
30.11 Alcatel
30.11.1 Company Profile
30.11.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.11.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.11.4 Contact Information
30.12 ALPHAOPEN
30.12.1 Company Profile
30.12.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.12.3 Contact Information
30.13 Anixter
30.13.1 Company Profile
30.13.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.13.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.13.4 Contact Information
30.14 Aralia System
30.14.1 Company Profile
30.14.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.14.3 Contact Information
30.15 Avigilon Corporation
30.15.1 Company Profile
30.15.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.15.3 Contact Information
30.16 Axis
30.16.1 Company Profile
30.16.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.16.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.16.4 Contact Information
30.17 AxxonSoft
30.17.1 Company Profile
30.17.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.17.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.17.4 Contact Information
30.18 BAE Systems
30.18.1 Company Profile
30.18.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.18.3 Contact Information
30.19 Bosch Security Systems
30.19.1 Company Profile
30.19.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.19.3 Contact Information
30.2 Briefcam
30.20.1 Company Profile
30.20.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.20.3 Contact Information
30.21 BT
30.21.1 Company Profile
30.21.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.21.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.21.4 Contact Information
30.22 Camero
30.22.1 Company Profile
30.22.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.22.3 Contact Information
30.23 Cantronic Systems Inc.
30.23.1 Company Profile
30.23.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.23.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.23.4 Contact Information
30.24 CelPlan
30.24.1 Company Profile
30.24.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.24.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.24.4 Contact Information
30.25 China Security & Surveillance, Inc.
30.25.1 Company Profile
30.25.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.25.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.25.4 Contact Information
30.26 Cisco
30.26.1 Company Profile
30.26.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.26.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.26.4 Contact Information
30.27 Citilog
30.27.1 Company Profile
30.27.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.27.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.27.4 Contact Information
30.28 Diebold
30.28.1 Company Profile
30.28.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.28.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.28.4 Contact Information
30.29 DVTel
30.29.1 Company Profile
30.29.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.29.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.29.4 Contact Information
30.3 Elsag Datamat
30.30.1 Company Profile
30.30.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.30.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.30.4 Contact Information
30.31 Emerson Electric
30.31.1 Company Profile
30.31.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.31.3 Contact Information
30.32 Firetide
30.32.1 Company Profile
30.32.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.32.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.32.4 Contact Information
30.33 G4S
30.33.1 Company Profile
30.33.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.33.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.33.4 Contact Information
30.34 General Electric
30.34.1 Company Profile
30.34.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.34.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.34.4 Contact Information
30.35 Honeywell
30.35.1 Company Profile
30.35.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.35.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.35.4 Contact Information
30.36 IBM
30.36.1 Company Profile
30.36.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.36.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.36.4 Contact Information
30.37 IndigoVision
30.37.1 Company Profile
30.37.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.37.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.37.4 Contact Information
30.38 Intergraph Corporation
30.38.1 Company Profile
30.38.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.38.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.38.4 Contact Information
30.39 IntuVision Inc
30.39.1 Company Profile
30.39.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.39.3 Contact Information
30.4 Ioimage
30.40.1 Company Profile
30.40.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.40.3 Contact Information
30.41 iOmniscient
30.41.1 Company Profile
30.41.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.41.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.41.4 Contact Information
30.42 IPConfigure
30.42.1 Company Profile
30.42.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.42.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.42.4 Contact Information
30.43 IPS Intelligent Video Analytics
30.43.1 Company Profile
30.43.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.43.3 Contact Information
30.44 ISS
30.44.1 Company Profile
30.44.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.44.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.44.4 Contact Information
30.45 MACROSCOP
30.45.1 Company Profile
30.45.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.45.3 Contact Information
30.46 Mate Intelligent Video Ltd.
30.46.1 Company Profile
30.46.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.46.3 Contact Information
30.47 MDS
30.47.1 Company Profile
30.47.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.47.3 Contact Information
30.48 Mer group
30.48.1 Company Profile
30.48.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.48.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.48.4 Contact Information
30.49 Milestone Systems A/S
30.49.1 Company Profile
30.49.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.49.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.49.4 Contact Information
30.5 Mirasys
30.50.1 Company Profile
30.50.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.50.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.50.4 Contact Information
30.51 Mobotix
30.51.1 Company Profile
30.51.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.51.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.51.4 Contact Information
30.52 National instruments
30.52.1 Company Profile
30.52.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.52.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.52.4 Contact Information
30.53 NetPosa Technologies, Ltd.
30.53.1 Company Profile
30.53.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.53.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.53.4 Contact Information
30.54 NICE Systems
30.54.1 Company Profile
30.54.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.54.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.54.4 Contact Information
30.55 Northrop Grumman Corporation
30.55.1 Company Profile
30.55.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.55.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.55.4 Contact Information
30.56 ObjectVideo
30.56.1 Company Profile
30.56.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.56.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.56.4 Contact Information
30.57 Orsus
30.57.1 Company Profile
30.57.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.57.3 Contact Information
30.58 Panasonic
30.58.1 Company Profile
30.58.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.58.3 Contact Information
30.59 Pelco
30.59.1 Company Profile
30.59.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.59.3 Contact Information
30.6 Pivot3
30.60.1 Company Profile
30.60.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.60.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.60.4 Contact Information
30.61 Proximex
30.61.1 Company Profile
30.61.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.61.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.61.4 Contact Information
30.62 Raytheon Company
30.62.1 Company Profile
30.62.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.62.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.62.4 Contact Information
30.63 Salient Stills
30.63.1 Company Profile
30.63.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.63.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.63.4 Contact Information
30.64 Samsung Techwin
30.64.1 Company Profile
30.64.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.64.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.64.4 Contact Information
30.65 Schneider Electric
30.65.1 Company Profile
30.65.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.65.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.65.4 Contact Information
30.66 SeeTec
30.66.1 Company Profile
30.66.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.66.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.66.4 Contact Information
30.67 Siemens
30.67.1 Company Profile
30.67.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.67.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.67.4 Contact Information
30.68 Sony
30.68.1 Company Profile
30.68.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.68.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.68.4 Contact Information
30.69 Synectics
30.69.1 Company Profile
30.69.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.69.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.69.4 Contact Information
30.7 Tandu Technologies & Security Systems Ltd
30.70.1 Company profile
30.70.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.70.3 Contact Information
30.71 Texas Instruments
30.71.1 Company Profile
30.71.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.71.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.71.4 Contact Information
30.72 Thales Group
30.72.1 Company Profile
30.72.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.72.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.72.4 Contact Information
30.73 TotalRecall
30.73.1 Company Profile
30.73.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.73.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.73.4 Contact Information
30.74 Unisys
30.74.1 Company Profile
30.74.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.74.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.74.4 Contact Information
30.75 Verint
30.75.1 Company Profile
30.75.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.75.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.75.4 Contact Information
30.76 Vigilant Systems
30.76.1 Company Profile
30.76.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.76.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.76.4 Contact Information
30.77 WeCU Technologies Ltd
30.77.1 Company Profile
30.77.2 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.77.3 Contact Information
30.78 Zhejiang Dahua Technology
30.78.1 Company Profile
30.78.2 Safe City and Smart City Activities
30.78.3 Safe City and Smart City Products
30.78.4 Contact Information
30.79 Smart China (Holdings) Limited
30.8 China Security & Surveillance Technology, Inc.
31 Appendix A: Doing Safe Cities  Business in China by Foreign Based Companies
31.1 Doing Public Security Business in China by Importing Companies: Introduction
31.2 Business in China: Small and Medium Sized Foreign Vendors
31.2.1 Market Opportunities in China
31.3 Entry into China Public Security Market: Process and Strategy
31.4 Selling Public Security Products to the Chinese Government
31.5 Buy-China Legislation
31.6 Sales Channels
31.7 Marketing and Sales in the People’s Republic of China (PRC)
31.8 Logistics in China
31.9 Mainland China Agents and Distributors
31.1 Mainland China Trading Companies
31.10.1 Mainland China, Distributors
31.10.2 Agents in the PRC
31.11 Establishing an Office in Mainland China
31.11.1 Application Process for a New Office Establishment
31.12 Direct Marketing in China
31.13 Joint Ventures in China
31.14 Electronic Commerce in China
31.15 Marketing in China
31.16 Pricing Strategy
31.17 Post Warranty Customer Support Business
31.18 Professional Services in China
31.19 Local Management Services
31.2 Import to China: Tariffs
31.21 China Taxes Legislation
31.22 Trade Barriers
31.23 Import Requirements and Documentation
31.24 U.S. Export Controls
31.25 The Standardization Administration of China
31.26 Product Certification
31.27 Foreign Investment in China
31.27.1 Catalogue for the Guidance of Foreign Investment in Industries
31.28 People’s Republic of China (PRC) Foreign Investment Process
31.29 Mergers and Acquisitions
31.29.1 Foreign Investment Approval Regime and the Anti-Monopoly Law
31.3 M&A Security Review
31.30.1 "Vital Industries and Key Fields" Investment Restrictions
31.30.2 Other Foreign Investment Laws
31.31 People’s Republic of China (PRC) International Business: 2012 Rankings
31.32 Conversion and Transfer Policies
31.32.1 Expropriation and Compensation
31.33 Dispute Settlement
31.34 Performance Requirements and Incentives
31.35 Tangible Property Rights
31.36 Intellectual Property Rights
31.37 Transparency of Regulatory System
31.38 Competition by State-Owned Enterprises
31.39 Corruption
31.4 People’s Republic of China (PRC) Bilateral Investment Agreements with Foreign Countries
31.41 Foreign Direct Investment Statistics
31.42 Procedures of Payment in the People’s Republic of China (PRC)
31.43 Letters of Credit
31.44 Documentary Collections
31.45 Banking in China
31.45.1 The Big Five Chinese Commercial Banks
31.45.2 Policy Banks
31.45.3 Second Tier Joint-Stock Commercial Banks
31.45.4 City Commercial Banks
31.45.5 Rural Commercial Banks and Rural Credit Cooperatives
31.45.6 Foreign Banks in China
31.46 People’s Republic of China (PRC) Monetary Regulations
31.47 U.S. Government Export Credits
31.48 U.S. Trade and Development Agency
31.49 The World Bank and other Multilateral Agencies
32 Appendix B: Contacts Information for Foreign Importers to China of Security Products
32.1 Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT)
32.2 Ministry of Justice
32.3 Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security (MOHRSS)
32.4 Ministry of Public Security
32.5 Ministry of Health (MOH)
32.6 National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC)
32.7 Ministry of Transport
32.8 Ministry of Finance
32.9 Ministry of Foreign Affairs
32.1 Ministry of Commerce
32.11 Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office of the State Council
32.12 State Council Information Office of the People’s Republic of China (PRC)
32.13 Legislative Affairs Office
32.14 Office of Overseas Chinese Affairs office of the State Council
32.15 Research Office of the State Council
32.16 Taiwan Affairs Office
32.17 Ministry of Railways
32.18 Ministry of Science and Technology
32.19 Ministry of Water Resources
32.2 Government Offices Administration of the State Council
32.21 Civil Aviation Administration of China
32.22 General Administration of Customs
32.23 State Administration for Industry and Commerce
32.24 The State Administration for Religious Affairs
32.25 The State Administration of Radio, Film, and Television
32.26 General Administration for Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine
32.27 State Administration of Taxation
32.28 The State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA), under the Ministry of Health – MOH
32.29 State Intellectual Property Office
32.3 National Copyright Administration
32.31 National Bureau of Statistics
32.32 China Securities Regulatory Commission
32.33 Chinese Academy of Engineering
32.34 Chinese Academy of Sciences
32.35 Development Research Center of the State Council
32.36 China Earthquake Administration
32.37 State Administration of Foreign Exchange
32.38 State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs
32.39 China National Light Industry Council
32.4 All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce
32.41 China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT)
32.42 People's Insurance Company of China
32.43 China International Trust and Investment Corporation
32.44 Association for Manufacturing Technology
32.45 American Chamber of Commerce China
32.46 American Equipment Manufacturers (AEM)
32.47 Council of American States in China (CASIC)
32.48 U.S.-China Business Council
32.49 United States Information Technology Office (USITO)
32.5 U.S. Embassy Beijing
32.51 U.S. Commercial Service
32.52 U.S. Department of Commerce
32.53 The China Business Information Center (CBIC)
32.54 Multilateral Development Bank Office
32.55 Office of U.S. Trade Representative China Desk
32.56 U.S.-China Business Council
33 China Safe City Research Methodology
33.1 Report Structure
33.2 Research Methodology
33.3 Who Is This Report For?
33.4 Research Methods
33.5 Assumptions
34 Disclaimer & Copyright
Figures/Tables Tables
Table 1 China Safe City Market [$M] - 2012-2022
Table 2 China’s Cities by 2025
Table 3 China GDP, Defense Budget, HLS & Public Safety Funding & Market [$B]  - 2011-2020
Table 4 China Defense, HLS & Public Safety Expenditure as Percentage of GDP [%] - 2011-2020
Table 5 China’s Cities by 2025
Table 6 China GDP, Defense Budget, HLS & Public Safety Funding and Market [$B] - 2011-2020
Table 7 China Safe City Market by Modality, Submarkets [$M] - 2012-2022
Table 8 China  [%] of GDP Generated by City Size
Table 9 2010 China’s Urban Households Income (by Region)
Table 10 2010 Cash Income of China’s Rural Households (by Region) –  Quarter I-IV, 2010
Table 11 China’s Forecasted Urbanization by 2025
Table 12 China Safe City Projects - 2011-2022
Table 13 China Safe City Market SWOT Analysis
Table 14 China Safe City Market – Competitive Analysis
Table 15 Evolution of Safe City Market Dynamics - 2011-2022
Table 16 China’s GDP vs. Nine Leading Nations’ Economies - 1990-2020
Table 17 China Safe City Tier Definition
Table 18 China City Tier 1
Table 19 China City Tier 2
Table 20 China City Tier 3
Table 21 China 200 Most Populated Cities
Table 22 China Safe City Market [$M] and AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Table 23 China Safe Cities Market [$M] by Local and Foreign Based Companies  – 2010-2020
Table 24 China Safe City Market By Modality, Submarkets [$M] - 2012-2022
Table 25 China Safe City Video Surveillance: Market [$M] and AGR [%]  - 2012-2022
Table 26 China Safe City Tracking Technologies: Market [$M] and AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Table 27 China Safe City Physical Identity & Access Management: Market [$M] and AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Table 28 China Safe City Managed Security Services: Market [$M] and AGR [%]  - 2012-2022
Table 29 China Safe City Physical Security Information Management: Market [$M] and AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Table 30 China Safe City Location Based Emergency Notification: Market [$M] and AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Table 31 China Safe City Consulting & Planning: Market [$M] and AGR [%]  - 2012-2022
Table 32 China Safe City Cyber Security: Market [$M] and AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Table 33 China Safe City Public Safety Communications: Market [$M] and AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Table 34 China Safe City C2/C4ISR: Market [$M] and AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Table 35 China Safe City System Integration: Market [$M] and AGR [%]  – 2012-2022
Table 36 China Safe City Other Technologies & Services: Market [$M] and AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Table 37 Object Discrimination Categories.
Table 38 Video Analytics, Functions and Description
Table 39 PRC International Business Ranking
Table 40 Foreign Direct Investment - 2010 (Top 10 Sources of Origin)
Table 41 Cumulative* Foreign Direct Investment for 2010 by  Selected Source of Origin
Table 42 Flow of Outbound Direct Investment for 2010 (Top 10 Destinations)
Table 43  Selected Major Foreign Direct Investments by U.S. Companies

Figures
Figure 1 Maps of China & the U.S.A. - Two Countries with Equal Area
Figure 2 China GDP Growth [%] - 1990–2012
Figure 3 2000-2010 Number of Natural Disasters China vs. Other Countries
Figure 4 China vs. Other Countries: Urbanization Trend and GDP  per Capita – 2000-2020
Figure 5 China Security and Surveillance Industry Revenue - 2004-2010
Figure 6 China vs. U.S. HLS & Public Safety Market* [$B] - 2011-2020
Figure 7 China Safe City Concept
Figure 8 Safe City ICT Flow
Figure 9 China Smart City Concept
Figure 10 Safe City Situation Awareness
Figure 11 China Safe City Market by Modality, Submarkets [$M] - 2012-2022
Figure 12 Smart City Framework
Figure 13 Smart City Platform by Individual Services
Figure 14 A Typical Smart City Layout
Figure 15 Safe City vs. Smart City
Figure 16 Smart City vs. Safe City Overlapping Missions
Figure 17 China Population Density Map
Figure 18 Percentage of Urbanized Population by Country.
Figure 19 China’s Urban Population [%] vs. Other Countries – 2010
Figure 20 Distribution of China’s Cities by Population [Million of Citizens]  - 2005 & 2025
Figure 21 China Urban Population – 1980 - 2030
Figure 22 China (vs. other nations) Urbanization Trend and GDP per Capita  – 2000-2020
Figure 23 China’s Percentage of “Urbanized Farmers”  Dissatisfied by the Urbanization Program
Figure 24 New Residential Buildings in a Village in Jiangsu
Figure 25 China’s Urban Population [Million of Citizens] by City Size 2005-2025
Figure 26 Cost [$B] of China Urbanization Program: Public Services  (e.g., Schools, Hospitals) Budget – 2005-2025
Figure 27 Safe City Functions
Figure 28 Distribution of Fushun Safe City Surveillance Points
Figure 29 Safe City Architecture & Functions
Figure 30 Safe City Natural and Man-Made disaster Mitigation Process
Figure 31 Safe City Architecture
Figure 32 Safe City: Event Awareness Process Flowchart
Figure 33 Elements and Stakeholders  of a Safe City
Figure 34 Safe City: Risk & Economic Assessment Flowchart
Figure 35 Safe City Project: Development Process & Timeline
Figure 36 Safe City Planning Matrix
Figure 37 Safe City Communication Topology
Figure 38 Safe City Communication Network
Figure 39 Safe City Wireless Point-to-Multipoint
Figure 40 Safe City Interoperable Communications Network
Figure 41 2000-2010 Number of Natural Disasters China vs. Other countries
Figure 42 Number of Natural Disasters Reported by Year, by Cause - 1910-2010
Figure 43 Private & Public Sectors Natural Disasters Awareness Flowchart
Figure 44 10 Largest Megacities and their Exposure to Natural Disasters
Figure 45 Business Benefits during Various Stages of Disaster Response
Figure 46 Private Sector Business Involvement in Safe Cities Disasters
Figure 47 Value Chain, Example: Safe City Wireless Sensors Network
Figure 48 The IMF 2010-2030 Forecast: China GDP vs. Other Nations GDP
Figure 49 China’s Government Homeland Security & Public Security Organizational Chart
Figure 50 China Safe City Organogram
Figure 51 China Safe City Market AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Figure 52 China Safe City Market by Modality, Submarkets [$M] - 2012-2022
Figure 53 An Example of a Chinese Safe City Wireless Video Surveillance System
Figure 54 Video Surveillance Technologies Timeline
Figure 55 An Intelligent CCTV Surveillance System: Block Diagram
Figure 56 China Safe City Video Surveillance Market [$M] - 2012-2022
Figure 57 China Safe City Video Surveillance: Market AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Figure 58 China Safe City Tracking Technologies Market [$M] - 2012-2022
Figure 59 China Safe City Tracking Technologies: Market AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Figure 60 China Safe City Physical Identity & Access Management Market [$M]  - 2012-2022
Figure 61 China Safe City Physical Identity & Access Management: Market AGR [%] – 2012-2022
Figure 62 China Safe City Video Surveillance Market [$M] - 2012-2022
Figure 63 China Safe City Managed Security Services: Market AGR [%]  – 2012-2022
Figure 64 China Safe City Physical Security Information Management Market [$M] - 2012-2022
Figure 65 China Safe City Physical Security Information Management: Market AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Figure 66 China Safe City Location Based Emergency Notification Market [$M] - 2012-2022
Figure 67 China Safe City Location Based Emergency Notification: Market AGR [%] – 2012-2022
Figure 68 Safe City planning process
Figure 69 China Safe City Consulting & Planning Market [$M] - 2012-2022
Figure 70 China Safe City Consulting & Planning: Market AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Figure 71 China Safe City Cyber Security Market [$M] - 2012-2022
Figure 72 China Safe City Cyber Security: Market AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Figure 73 China Safe City Public Safety Communications Market [$M] - 2012-2022
Figure 74 China Safe City Public Safety Communications: Market AGR [%]  – 2012-2022
Figure 75 China Safe City C2/C4ISR Market [$M] - 2012-2022
Figure 76 China Safe City C2/C4ISR: Market AGR [%] - 2012-2022
Figure 77 China Safe City System Integration Market [$M] – 2012-2022
Figure 78 China Safe City System Integration: Market AGR [%] – 2012-2022
Figure 79 China Safe City Other Safe City Technologies & Services Market [$M]  – 2012-2022
Figure 80 China Safe City Other Technologies & Services: Market AGR [%]  – 2012-2022
Figure 81 A typical Process for Collecting, Disseminating, and Utilizing Suspicious Activity Reports
Figure 82 A Safe City Sensor Network ICT Systems
Figure 83 Comparison of Wireless Sensor Networks in Terms of Transmission Distances & Data Rates
Figure 84 Social Media and Emergency Response
Figure 85 Safe City Geographic Information System (GIS) Layers of Data
Figure 86 Safe City Mass Notification System
Figure 87 Safe City Broadband System Layout
Figure 88 Video Surveillance Evolution
Figure 89 Analog Video Surveillance System
Figure 90 Traditional vs. IP-Based Video Surveillance Systems
Figure 91 Intelligent CCTV Item Detection and Tracking
Figure 92 Architecture of a Video Understanding System
Figure 93 Video Content Analysis Block Diagram and Data Flow
Figure 94 Profiling and Behavior Tracking – Principles of Operation
Figure 95 Standoff Biometric People Screening Using Biometric Intelligent  Video Surveillance
Figure 96 Classification Process Scheme
Figure 97 Visual Intelligence Process
Figure 98 Police Application of IVS
Figure 99 Cloud Based Video Analytics Architecture
Figure 100 Field of View of a Fused Video Surveillance and Biometrics
Figure 101 Block Diagram of a Video Surveillance System with Smart Cameras
Figure 102 Video Surveillance and Intelligent Video Analysis Applications
Figure 103  Safe City Flood Prediction Map Generation
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