02 October 2018
Visiongain has launched a new report Top 20 Border Security Companies 2018: Market Share Analysis, Revenues & Ranking of Leading Suppliers of Perimeter Surveillance & Detection Systems, Biometrics, ICT, Manned Vehicles & Vessels, Aircraft Platforms, Unmanned Air, Ground & Maritime Systems, Physical Infrastructure, Support & Other Services.
According to Visiongain analysis, the border security market is vast, extremely dynamic, and diversified encompassing a wide range of products for border security applications. The financial data collected for this report pertains to sales of border security application equipment. The market covers certain military or military-operated capabilities only when they are employed in border enforcement/surveillance missions and not used for military missions as part of continued defence/military operations. Border security is delivered through an entire spectrum of capabilities that range from private and civilian to military and secret. The market size consists of the revenues generated from the entire border security ecosystem. However, Visiongain focuses upon the Top 20 companies in the border security market including Airbus Group SE, BAE Systems plc, Elbit Systems, Leonardo SpA, FLIR Systems Inc, General Dynamics Corporation, Harris Corporation, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Ltd., L-3 Technologies, Leidos Holdings Inc., Lockheed Martin Corporation, Northrop Grumman, QinetiQ Group, The Raytheon Company, Rockwell Collins Inc., Saab AB, Safran SA, Smiths Group, Textron Inc., and Thales Group.
The Border Perimeter Surveillance and Detection systems submarket includes equipment such as advanced sensor systems, networked cameras, radar systems and detection equipment for the protection and monitoring of borders and the detection and identification of threats at border-crossing points. The Biometrics & ICT Systems for Border Control submarket includes immigration and visa databases, biometric identification systems, e-passport, e-visa, e-gate systems and other types of solutions intended to store and process information on international travellers and movement of goods and trade. The ICT components also cover IT backend infrastructure for integrated border security systems, their data fusion and Command & Control (C2) centres.
Visiongain believes that the largest growth opportunity in Border Security lies within UAV, UGV’s, UMV’s, Biometrics Systems, and Surveillance equipment. Thus border security presents an enormous potential revenue opportunity for military equipment manufacturers.
Leading companies featured in the report are Airbus Group SE, BAE Systems plc, Elbit Systems, Leonardo SpA, FLIR Systems Inc, General Dynamics Corporation, Harris Corporation, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Ltd., L-3 Technologies, Leidos Holdings Inc., Lockheed Martin Corporation, Northrop Grumman, QinetiQ Group, The Raytheon Company, Rockwell Collins Inc., Saab AB, Safran SA, Smiths Group, Textron Inc., and Thales Group.
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