Major factors driving growth of the global commercial aircraft video surveillance systems market are growing air travel traffic and increasing use of video system for better in-flight crew management. In addition, video surveillance systems act as a deterrent against disruptive behavior in the cabin and provides recorded images as evidence for prosecution, which is another major factor expected to further support growth of the global market.

The global commercial aircraft video surveillance systems market is segmented on the basis of assembly type, system type and region.

The assembly type segment of global commercial aircraft video surveillance systems market is segmented on the basis of retrofit and line-fit.

The system type segment of global commercial aircraft video surveillance systems market is segmented on the basis of cockpit door surveillance system, cabin surveillance system and environmental camera system.

On the basis of region, the global commercial aircraft video surveillance systems market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa.

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The market in North America is expected to account for largest share in the global commercial aircraft video surveillance systems market in terms of revenue, owing to rapid industrialization, increasing air traffic, and presence of prominent players operating in this region. The market in Europe and Asia Pacific is expected to account for significant revenue share in the global commercial aircraft video surveillance systems market, owing to increasing government expenditure on aerospace and stringent government regulations related to passenger safety in emerging economies such as India and China in this region.

Key players operating in the global commercial aircraft video surveillance systems market include CABIN AVIONICS LIMITED, Meggitt PLC, AD Aerospace Plc, United Technologies Corporation, Global ePoint, Inc., Strongpilot Software Solutions, Aerial View Systems, Inc., navAero, Inc., Groupe Latecoere SA, and Orbit Technologies Ltd.