“Global Full Body Scanner Market was valued at $568.4 million by 2029”, says Visiongain

23 September 2019

Full Body Scanner Market Report 2019-2029: Forecasts by Application (Transport, Critical Infrastructure), Technology (Image Processing & Modelling, 3D Body Scanners), Systems (Millimeter, Backscatter), by Region and Analysis of Leading Companies indicates that the Global Full Body Scanner Market was valued at $568.4 million by 2029.


Potential terror threats are anticipated to be the main driving force for demand on the market for full body scanners especially in commercial airports. The need for enhanced safety and security measures at airports has been motivated by increasing safety issues and cross-border crime. The lack of traditional techniques for safety checks has resulted to the development of sophisticated technological safety systems. Full body scanners have emerged in terms of individuals screening as a revolutionary idea.

Furthermore, the need to counter robbery, drug smuggling, and trafficking raises the need for complete body scanners. In addition, these scanners are also used to verify whether anyone has picked up a random object that is not charged, thereby monitoring the stealing act. This characteristic also encourages the market to grow and develop rapidly.

In addition, the fact that full body scanners significantly decrease screening time also drives the full body scanner market globally. In addition, increasing drug marketing incidences around the globe have rendered scanner use compulsory, driving the global full body scanner market. In addition, the global full body scanner market is also driven by technological advances and airport infrastructural developments in nations such as India and China.

Globally, owing to the growing implementation of this technology in several safety installations at railway stations, airports, and defense installations, the full-body scanner market is being projected to develop at a steady pace of development. In addition, given compulsory public standards for full body scanner installation in Europe, the region is also anticipated to experience important development in the global full body scanner industry.

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