In the present-day context, security has emerged as a matter of utmost significance, particularly for individuals and businesses striving to safeguard their assets and people. While conventional video surveillance systems have long been relied upon, they come with inherent limitations.
The VSaaS market is driven by demand from individual users, small and medium-sized businesses and the state. For certain segments of users, the VSaaS service is more attractive than classic solutions based on network video recorders (NVR) and video management systems (VMS). Thus, the VSaaS commercialization model assumes that instead of the cost of a hardware-software solution without guarantees of return on investment, the consumer pays for a specific service, for example, video recording, automatic call of the security service, data collection and preparation of analytical reports.