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Global Homeland Security 2009-2019

Global Homeland Security 2009-2019

  • Publication date: 23/06/2009
  • Number of Pages: 202
  1. Report Details
  2. Table of Contents
  3. Companies Listed

Report Details

Global Homeland Security 2009-2019 – Our New Defence Report Explains How and Why This Market Will Grow Strongly

Our new defence report - Global Homeland Security 2009-2019 - examines one of the defence industry's newest and most promising sectors. Governmental spending on products and services for homeland security should reach $141.6bn worldwide in 2009, our report shows. We expect that market to flourish from 2009 onwards, with high rewards for successful companies there. This report will show you the most promising areas and technologies for revenue growth, with detailed analyses. Our market and industry study reviews leading homeland security developments. We examine commercial prospects for providers of homeland security systems and technologies worldwide, especially the market drivers and restraints for each sub-sector.

In Global Homeland Security 2009-2019 we review the major homeland security programmes occurring worldwide. As terrorism becomes more technologically advanced and better funded, governments need to become increasingly sophisticated in their responses. Prevention of terrorist attacks and detection of perpetrators is vital. Furthermore, post-9/11, the scope of homeland security has broadened to a wide range of security issues ranging from aviation security, to infrastructure security and - increasingly - cybersecurity. The emphasis of homeland security has shifted: this report explains how, answering many vital questions on that market area. The high priority given to homeland security has made that market one of the few recession-resistant sectors of the defence industry, some experts believe.

Our forecast period, 2009-2019, reveals an overall rise in homeland security spending as new policies and initiatives are launched, or take full effect. Which homeland security sub-markets have the greatest value and will experience the highest growth? How much will leading countries spend on homeland security over the next decade? How are homeland security manufacturers adapting to meet the evolving demands of homeland security? This report will provide you with the information that you need to understand current trends and future possibilities there.

In Global Homeland Security 2009-2019 we examine the worldwide outlook for the following homeland security submarkets:
• Aviation security
• Mass transit (public transport) security
• Maritime security
• Infrastructure security
• Telecommunications, data and cybersecurity
• Border security
• Counter-terrorism intelligence.
We examine the leading technologies being deployed for homeland security:
• Passenger screening systems
• Baggage screening systems
• Cargo screening systems
• Biometric passports
• Video surveillance systems
• Passive screening systems
• Biometric ID systems
• Nightvision systems
• UAVs
• Cybersecurity
• Public safety networks
• First responders
• Wireless broadband systems
• Radar systems
• Surveillance in cyberspace
• Databases
• Language translation systems.

Comprehensive analysis of the global homeland security market

Our Global Homeland Security 2009-2019 report examines this important sector critically. We supply a comprehensive review of programmes and products via analysis of policy documents, news reports, industry publications, market analysis and consultations with experts. This report provides detailed sales forecasts, a SWOT analysis, pipeline developments and analyses of commercial drivers and restraints. Also, there are several original interviews with industry experts included. You will not find these analyses anywhere else.

Why you should buy Global Homeland Security 2009-2019

The main benefits from your purchasing this report:
• You will gain an understanding of the current global homeland security market and how it will develop, with detailed sales forecasts from 2009 to 2019
• You will gain insight into each of the main sub-markets for homeland security, including market drivers, restraints and sales forecasts for each sub-market
• You will receive sales forecasts for the 24 leading national markets in Europe, the Americas and the Asia-Pacific from 2009 to 2019
• You will gain insight into major homeland security programmes in leading markets
• You will gain knowledge of the leading companies in the market and the major clients
• You will gain understanding of how new technologies will affect the market
• You will receive analyses for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for the homeland security sector from 2009 onwards
• You will read five original interviews, with expert views from some of the world’s leading homeland security vendors, industry suppliers, security specialists and a public sector consultancy.

Major defence contractors are involved in developing and producing homeland security products and services. Increasingly these defence contractors are diversifying into the homeland security market as a recession-resistant alternative to other defence activities. At the same time, newer and smaller companies have emerged with innovative technologies that make the homeland security market even more dynamic.

You can order this report today

Anybody with an interest in the development and sale of homeland security products and related systems would gain valuable insight from this new study, especially key sales data. This is an important market with vast potential. You can stay ahead by ordering this report today. 

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Table of Contents

1 Executive Summary

2 Introduction
2.1 What is Homeland Security?
2.2 The Benefits of this Report
2.3 Methods

3 Market Forecasts
3.1 Global
3.1.1 Global Homeland Security Market Forecast
3.1.2 Global Homeland Security Market Analysis
3.2 US
3.2.1 US Homeland Security Market Forecast
3.2.2 US Homeland Security Market Analysis
3.3 Saudi Arabia
3.3.1 Saudi Arabia Homeland Security Market Forecast
3.3.2 Saudi Arabia Homeland Security Market Analysis
3.4 China
3.4.1 China Homeland Security Market Forecast
3.4.2 China Homeland Security Market Analysis
3.5 Germany
3.5.1 Germany Homeland Security Market Forecast
3.5.2 Germany Homeland Security Market Analysis
3.6 India
3.6.1 India Homeland Security Market Forecast
3.6.2 India Homeland Security Market Analysis
3.7 France
3.7.1 France Homeland Security Market Forecast
3.7.2 France Homeland Security Market Analysis
3.8 UK
3.8.1 UK Homeland Security Market Forecast
3.8.2 UK Homeland Security Market Analysis
3.9 Other Countries
3.9.1 Other Countries Homeland Security Market Forecast
3.9.2 Other Countries Homeland Security Market Analysis

4 Sector Analysis
4.1 Aviation Security
4.1.1 Aviation Security Market Forecast
4.1.2 Aviation Security Market Analysis
4.1.3 Passenger Screening
4.1.4 Biometric Systems
4.1.5 Baggage Screening
4.1.6 Air Cargo Screening
4.1.7 RFID Systems
4.2 Mass Transit Security
4.2.1 Mass Transit Security Market Forecast
4.2.2 Mass Transit Security Market Analysis
4.2.3 Train Stations
4.2.4 Underground Systems
4.3 Maritime Security,
4.3.1 Maritime Security Market Forecast
4.3.2 Maritime Security Market Analysis
4.3.3 Port Security
4.3.4 Cargo Screening
4.3.5 Container Security Initiative (CSI)
4.3.6 Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT)
4.3.7 Deepwater Security
4.3.8 Nightvision Security
4.3.9 Maritime Piracy
4.3.10 Transportation Worker Identification Credentials (TWICs).
4.3.11 MAGNET Maritime Awareness Global Network
4.4 Infrastructure Security
4.4.1 Infrastructure Security Market Forecast
4.4.2 Infrastructure Security Market Analysis
4.4.3 Electricity Infrastructure
4.4.4 Oil and Gas Infrastructure
4.4.5 Water Infrastructure
4.4.6 CBRN Mitigation
4.5 Telecommunications, Data and Cybersecurity
4.5.1 Telecommunications, Data and Cybersecurity Market Forecast
4.5.2 Telecommunications, Data and Cybersecurity Market Analysis
4.5.3 Cybersecurity
4.5.4 The National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace
4.5.5 Proposed Cybersecurity Act 2009
4.5.6 Public Safety Networks
4.5.7 US Integrated Wireless Network (IWN)
4.5.8 TETRA
4.5.9 Public Safety Communications Europe Project
4.5.10 SAFETY Act
4.6 Border Security
4.6.1 Border Security Market Forecast
4.6.2 Border Security Market Analysis
4.6.3 US
4.6.4 Secure Border Initiative (SBI)
4.6.5 Operation Stonegarden
4.6.6 E-Verify Programme
4.6.7 US VISIT Programme
4.6.8 European Union
4.6.9 Overland Border Security
4.7 Counter Terror Intelligence
4.7.1 Counter Terror Intelligence Market Forecast
4.7.2 Counter Terror Intelligence Market Analysis
4.7.3 Counter Terrorism Research and Development Programme
4.7.4 Rewards for Information Programme
4.7.5 Surveillance in Cyberspace
4.7.6 Databases
4.7.7 Language Translation Systems

5 Factors Affecting the Homeland Security Market
5.1 Strengths
5.1.1 Continuing Threats
5.1.2 National Initiatives
5.1.3 Global Recession
5.1.4 Valued Industry
5.1.5 Stable Procurement Cycles
5.1.6 Terrorist Technology Advances
5.2 Weaknesses
5.2.1 Private Sector Cutbacks
5.2.2 Cost/Benefit Analyses – What Implications?
5.2.3 Saturation Point Reached?
5.2.4 Change of US Administration in 2009
5.3 Opportunities
5.3.1 Broadening Nature of Homeland Security
5.3.2 Growth in Sub-Sectors
5.3.3 Emerging Markets
5.3.4 New Technologies
5.3.5 National and Local Differences
5.3.6 Climate Change and Resource Stress
5.4 Threats
5.4.1 Global Recession
5.4.2 Public Backlash
5.4.3 Terrorists Changing Tactics
5.4.4 Security Technology Shifting to Cyberspace

6 Emerging Technologies for Homeland Security
6.1 People-Screening Systems
6.1.1 Millimetre Wave Systems
6.1.2 Terahertz Systems
6.1.3 Backscatter X-Ray Systems
6.2 Biometrics
6.2.1 Passports
6.2.2 Emerging Biometric Systems
6.3 RFID-Based Systems
6.3.1 Airport Baggage Handling
6.3.2 Cargo Tracking
6.3.3 RFID in Passports
6.4 Cybersecurity Systems
6.5 Counter-Terrorism Intelligence
6.5.1 Surveillance Technologies
6.5.2 Databases
6.5.3 Profiling
6.5.4 Language Translation Systems
6.5.5 C3I Systems
6.5.6 SIGNIT Systems
6.6 CBRN Detection Systems
6.7 First Responders
6.7.1 CBRN Protective Suits
6.7.2 Communications
6.7.3 Public Safety Networks

7 Leading Homeland Security Companies
7.1 Boeing
7.2 European Aeronautic Defence and Space Co. N.V.
7.3 Fluor Corp.
7.4 General Electric (GE)
7.5 Honeywell
7.6 IBM
7.7 Integrated Coast Guard Systems
7.8 L-3 Communications
7.9 Lockheed Martin
7.10 Northrop Grumman
7.11 Rapiscan Systems (OSI Systems)
7.12 Raytheon
7.14 Scientific Applications International Corp.
7.15 Smiths Group
7.16 Unisys

8 Expert Opinions
8.1 Smiths Detection
8.1.1 Key Trends in Aviation Security
8.1.2 What Technological Developments Will Emerge in the Next 10 Years?
8.1.3 Will Millimetre Wave Systems Overtake X-ray Systems?
8.1.4 Which Regions Have Significant Growth?
8.1.5 Growth Rates for Aviation Security
8.1.6 Are EU Regulations a Constraint or Driver?
8.2 IPWireless
8.2.1 Is Wireless Broadband Primarily for Emergency Services and First Responders?
8.2.2 What about Electromagnetic Pulses (EMP)?
8.2.3 Trends in Telecommunications and Cybersecurity
8.2.4 Economic Drivers and Restraints
8.2.5 Trends in the Electromagnetic Spectrum
8.2.6 How Future Networks and Systems will be Decided
8.2.7 Market Size for Public Safety Networks
8.2.8 Identifying Emerging Markets
8.2.9 How the Change of US Administration has Affected the Market
8.2.10 How the Emphasis in Homeland Security has Shifted
8.3 Plextek Ltd.
8.3.1 Products for Homeland Security
8.3.2 How and Why Plextek Developed Radar Technology for Border Security
8.3.3 Why Plextek Entered the Border Security Market
8.3.4 Strongest Market Areas?
8.3.5 How Plextek is Responding to US Border Security Spending
8.3.6 Plextek’s Major Competitors
8.3.7 Trends in Border Security
8.3.8 Are Clients Demanding Lowest Cost or Highest Security?
8.3.9 What are the Market Drivers?
8.3.10 Trends In Government Homeland Security Spending
8.3.11 Technological Developments in the Next 10 Years
8.3.12 Border Security Market Size
8.3.13 How Plextek Will Target US Border Security Spending
8.4 MPI Maritime Police International
8.4.1 Trends, Drivers and Restraints in Maritime Security
8.4.2 Services Provided by Maritime Police International
8.4.3 Competitors to Maritime Police International
8.4.4 Are Recent Hijackings a Trend or One-Off Incidents
8.4.5 How the Seasonal Summer Piracy Spike is Developing
8.4.6 Geographical Markets with Growth
8.4.7 Technological Developments in the Next 10 Years
8.4.8 Maritime Security Growth Rates
8.4.9 Homeland Security Growth Rates
8.4.10 Effect of the US Change of Administration
8.5 Consult Hyperion
8.5.1 Services that Consult Hyperion Offers to the Homeland Security Market
8.5.2 Major Competitors to Consult Hyperion
8.5.3 Trends in Homeland Security
8.5.4 Drivers for Homeland Security
8.5.5 Restraints for Homeland Security
8.5.6 Regions with Significant Market Growth

9 Conclusions
9.1 Broadening Concept of Homeland Security
9.2 Growth in Emerging Markets
9.3 Growth in Specific Sectors
9.4 Growth in Specific Technologies
9.5 Recession-Resistant Industry

List of Tables
Table 3.1 Global Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Table 3.2 Global Government Homeland Security Spending Categories 2009-2019
Table 3.3 Regional Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Table 3.4 Market Share of Government Homeland Security Spending 2009
Table 3.5 Market Share of Government Homeland Security Spending 2019
Table 3.6 US Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Table 3.7 2009 US Department for Homeland Security (DHS) Budget
Table 3.8 Saudi Arabia Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Table 3.9 China Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Table 3.10 Germany Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Table 3.11 India Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Table 3.12 France Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Table 3.13 UK Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Table 3.14 Total Other Countries Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Table 3.15 Other Countries Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Table 4.1 Aviation Security Drivers and Restraints 2009-2019
Table 4.2 Mass Transit Security Drivers and Restraints 2009-2019
Table 4.3 Maritime Security Drivers and Restraints 2009-2019
Table 4.4 Infrastructure Security Drivers and Restraints 2009-2019
Table 4.5 Telecommunications, Data and Cybersecurity Drivers and Restraints 2009-2019
Table 4.6 Global Software Security Market Spending 2009-2019
Table 4.7 Border Security Drivers and Restraints 2009-2019
Table 4.8 Comparison of Technologies Deployed in Border Security 2009
Table 4.9 Counter Terror Intelligence Drivers and Restraints 2009-2019
Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis 2009-2019
Table 6.1 Comparison of Wireless Broadband Technologies 2009
Table 7.1 Global Top 10 Homeland Security Companies 2009

List of Figures
Figure 1.1 Preparedness Priorities of US City Administrators 2007
Figure 3.1 Global Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Figure 3.2 Global Government Homeland Security Spending Categories 2009-2019
Figure 3.3 Regional Growth Rates for Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Figure 3.4 Market Shares for Government Homeland Security Spending 2009
Figure 3.5 Market Shares for Government Homeland Security Spending 2019
Figure 3.6 US Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Figure 3.7 Saudi Arabia Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Figure 3.8 China Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Figure 3.9 Germany Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Figure 3.10 India Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Figure 3.11 France Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Figure 3.12 UK Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Figure 3.13 Other Countries: Government Homeland Security Spending 2009-2019
Figure 3.14 Other Countries: Regional Growth Rates 2009-2019
Figure 4.1 Forecast Sub-Market Growth Rates 2009-2019
Figure 4.2 Reported Cybersecurity Breaches in the US 2006-2008
Figure 4.3 US Municipalities Spending on Wireless Broadband 2006-2011 

Companies Listed

Accenture LLP
Alpen Optics
American Science & Engineering
Apogen Technologies
Arc Aspicio
Atmel Corporation
BAE Systems
Blackstone Technology Group
Bollinger Shipyards
Braxton Technologies
Brijot Imaging Systems
Cisco Systems
Consult Hyperion
Deloitte Consulting
Digital Defence Group
DRS Technologies
Enterprise Solutions Realised
European Aeronautic Defence and Space
Farran Technologies
General Electric (GE)
Gillardoni SpA
Hewlett Packard
Infinity Systems Engineering
INSIDE Contactless
Integrated Coast Guard Systems (ICGS)
Intelligent Decisions
Invision Technologies
IRIS Corporation
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Language Weaver
L-3 Communications
Lockheed Martin
Maritime Police International (MPI)
McAfee Inc.
Millivision Technologies
New World Brands, Inc (TELES US division)
Northrop Grumman
Northrop Grumman Ship Systems
Optimal Solutions and Technologies
OSI Systems
Perot Systems
Plextek Ltd.
Rapiscan Systems
RCM Solutions
Remploy Frontline
SAFLINK Corporation
Sagem Défense Sécurité
Sandler and Travis Trade Advisory services (STTAS)
Sapient Corporation
Savi Technology
Scientific Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
SI International
Smiths Detection
Smiths Group
SRI International
Symantec Corporation
Texas Instruments
The Legacy Network
Thompson Cyber Security Labs
Trend Micro
US Night Vision
Visionary Integration Professionals

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in this Report
Airports Authority of India (AAI)
American Water Works Association (AWWA)
Blackstone Consulting Group
Border Enforcement Security Taskforce (BEST)
Consult Hyperion
Coastal Infrastructure and Emergency Management
Deloitte Consulting
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
Indian National Technical Facilities Organisation
Indian Central Bureau of Investigation
International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO)
Jackson State University
Maritime Police International (MPI)
Miami Dade Police Department
National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)
New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO)
Technical Support Working Group (TSWG)
Transport Security Administration (TSA)
UK Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs (HMRC)
UK Home Office
United Nations (UN)
US Air Force
US Army
US Central Security Service (CSS)
US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
US Coast Guard (USCG)
US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT)
US Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
US Department of Defence (DoD)
US Department for Homeland Security (DHS)
US Department of Homeland Security Center for Natural Disasters
US Domestic Nuclear Detection Office
US Homeland Security Council
US National Security Agency (NSA)
US National Security Council
US Navy
US Postal Service
US Senate
US Service Cryptologic Elements (SCE) 

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