1     Executive Summary
1.1     Major Findings
1.2     Major Conclusions
1.3     Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Technologies
1.4     Europe Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection Market - 2015-2020
    MARKET ANALYSIS
2     Market Drivers
3     Market Inhibitors
4     SWOT Analysis
4.1     Strengths
4.2     Weaknesses
4.3     Opportunities
4.4     Threats
5     Competitive Analysis
6     Business Models & Strategies
6.1     Variable Economic Conditions
6.2     Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market Tiers
6.3     Defense Primes & Mega Corporations' Inroads into the Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market
6.4     Entry Strategies Toward the Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Arena
6.5     Price Elasticity
6.6     Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)
6.7     Customer Planning & Procurement Process
    INDUSTRY
7     PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection Industry Challenges
7.1     Technological Challenges
7.2     Threat Identification Challenges
7.3     Standoff System Performance Challenges
8     Safe Range Required by Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Technologies
9     PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection: Operational Considerations
9.1.1     Person-Borne Explosive Devices (PBIEDs): Standoff Detection Challenges
9.1.2     Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (VBIED) Standoff Detection Challenges
10     Business Challenges and Opportunities
10.1     Introduction
10.2     Standoff Detection and Confirmation of Explosives
10.3     Standoff Detection of Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne IEDs
10.4     Buried lED and Pressure Initiation Device
10.5     Force Protection
10.6     Enhanced Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR)
10.7     Explosively Formed Penetrator Device Detection
10.8     Deep Buried lED Detection
10.9     Blasting Cap Detect and Defeat
10.1     Command Wire Detection and Defeat
10.11     Improved Detection Quality
10.12     Multiple-Threat Standoff Detection
10.13     Cost of Detection
10.14     Increased Automation
10.15     Ease of Integration
10.16     Medium Capacity, Multi-Threat Detection Systems
    TECHNOLOGIES
11     Comparison of Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Technologies
12     Standoff Walk-by & Pass-through Threat Detection Corridors Technologies
12.1     Walk-through Corridors: Active Electromagnetic Weapons Detection Present & Pipeline Technologies
12.2     Passive Electro Magnetic Signature Corridor
12.3     Standoff Passive MMWave Doorways
12.4     Focal Plane Array Passive MMWave
12.4.1     Walk-by Passive MMWave Imaging System
12.5     Walk-through Corridors: Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopy Systems
12.6     Covert Walk-through Biometric Identification Corridors
12.7     Fused Standoff PBIED Detection &Video-based Biometrics
12.8     Walk-by Active Centimeter Range (Ku band) Microwave System
13     Open Space Standoff Explosives & Weapon Detection Technologies
13.1     Introduction
13.2     Open Space Standoff Explosives & Weapon Detection Technologies Challenges
13.3     Bi-Modal Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Systems
13.3.1     Sample: Standoff Fused MMWave & Infrared System
14     Standoff Vehicle-Borne Explosives Detection: Technologies
14.1     Overview
14.2     VBIED Detection: Challenges
14.3     Example: Raman Spectroscopy Based Vehicle Standoff Detector - P. Eye
15     Standoff IED, PVIED & VBIED UGV Detection Technologies
15.1     UGV Expectation Management
15.2     UGV Requirements Management
15.3     UGV Mobility
15.4     UGV Function
15.5     The Human Operator
15.6     Future IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection UGV
15.7     Cobham Antenna Systems Standoff IED, PVIED & VBIED UGV IED Detection Technology
15.8     Israel Aerospace Industries CIMS System
15.9     Rafael - EZ-K9e Stand-off MMWave IED Detection System
16     Multi-Modal Fused IED, PBIED and VBIED Detection Technologies
16.1     Technology Review
16.2     Example: The CounterBomber® System
17     Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Pipeline Technologies
17.1     Introduction
17.2     Standoff Active MMWave PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection
17.2.1     Principle of Operation
17.2.2     Active Standoff MMWave Imaging Systems
17.2.3     Disadvantages of Standoff Active MMWave Technology
17.3     Standoff Passive MMWave Imaging
17.3.1     Principle of Operation
17.3.2     Advantages of a Passive Millimeter Wave (PMMW) System:
17.3.3     TREX Enterprises Standoff Passive MMWave Technology
17.3.4     GEN2 Standoff Passive MMWave PBIED Detection Technology
17.3.5     Standoff "Illuminators of Opportunity" Passive MMWave Imaging
17.3.6     Mechanically Scanning Standoff MMWave PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection
17.4     Standoff MMWave PBIED Gait Characteristics Detection
17.5     Infra-red Standoff Detection Technologies
17.5.1     The DHS-Toyota Standoff IR Detection System
17.6     Standoff Terahertz Explosives & Weapons Detection Technologies
17.6.1     Overview
17.6.2     Standoff Terahertz Contraband Detection Technology
17.6.3     Terahertz Detection Advantages over Other Technologies
17.6.4     Standoff Active Terahertz Heterodyne Concealed Explosives & Weapons Standoff Detection Imagers
17.6.5     Standoff Active Terahertz Absorption Spectroscopy Using Principal Component Analysis
17.6.6     Example: Active Terahertz Standoff Explosives Detection System of TeraView
17.6.7     Passive Terahertz Standoff Weapons & Explosives Detection
17.6.8     Passive Terahertz Detection System: ThruVision Systems
17.7     Laser-Based Standoff Explosives Detection
17.7.1     Introduction
17.7.2     Standoff Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)
17.7.3     Next Generation Standoff LIBS Systems
17.7.4     Laser-Based Molecular Signatures Technologies
17.7.5     Laser-Based Stimulated Raman Adiabatic Passage (STIRAP) Technologies
17.7.6     External Cavity Quantum Cascade Lasers Standoff IED Detection
17.7.7     Standoff Laser Induced Fluorescence (PLP/LIF) Technology
17.7.7.1     PLP/LIF Standoff Explosives Detection: Principle of Technology
17.7.7.2     Next-Generation Standoff PLP/LIF Systems
17.8     Standoff Raman Spectroscopy
17.8.1     Introduction
17.8.2     Standoff Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy
17.8.3     Standoff Resonant Raman Spectroscopy
17.8.4     Next-Generation Standoff CARS Systems
17.9     Standoff Non-linear Wave Mixing Detection Technology
17.9.1     Principle of Operation
17.9.2     Next-Generation Standoff Non-linear Wave Mixing PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection Technology
17.1     Standoff Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) Explosives Detection
17.10.1     Overview
17.10.2     Next-Generation LIDAR Systems
17.11     Triple Modality Standoff Detection Technology
17.12     Differential Phase-Contrast X-ray Imaging
17.13     The University of Puerto Rico Advanced Detection Techniques R&D
17.14     Rydberg Spectroscopy/Microwave Scattering Based Detection
    REGIONAL MARKET
18     Europe Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market - 2013-2014 Data, 2015-2020 Forecast
18.1     Europe Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market by Technology Market
18.1.1     Europe Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Technology Market - 2013-2020
18.1.2     Europe Standoff Walk-by Explosives & Weapon Sensing Systems Market - 2013-2020
18.1.3     Europe Pass-through Standoff Threat Detection Corridors Market - 2013-2020
18.1.4     Europe Standoff Person-Borne Explosives Detection Market - 2013-2020
18.1.5     Europe Standoff Vehicle-Borne Explosives Detection Market - 2013-2020
18.1.6     Europe Standoff IED Detection Market - 2013-2020
18.1.7     Europe Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Other Technologies Market - 2013-2020
18.2     Europe Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market by Revenue Source
18.2.1     Europe Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Revenue Source - 2013-2020
18.2.2     Europe Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Government Funded R&D Market - 2013-2020
18.2.3     Europe Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Government Funded Testing & Evaluation Market - 2013-2020
18.2.4     Europe Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Sales Market - 2013-2020
18.2.5     Europe Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Aftersales Market - 2013-2020
    VENDORS
19     Major Vendors
19.1     Alakai Defense Systems
19.1.1     Company Profile
19.1.2     Products & Recent Activities
19.1.3     Contact Info
19.2     APSTEC Systems
19.2.1     Company Profile
19.2.2     Products
19.2.3     Products & Recent Activities
19.2.4     Contact Info.
19.3     BAE Systems
19.3.1     Company Profile
19.3.2     Products & Recent Activities
19.3.3     Contact Info
19.4     Boeing
19.4.1     Company Profile
19.4.2     Products & Recent Activities
19.4.3     Contact Info
19.5     ChemImage Sensor Systems (CISS)
19.5.1     Company Profile
19.5.2     Standoff IED Detection Products
19.5.3     Contact Info
19.6     Cobham plc
19.6.1     Company profile
19.6.2     Products & Recent Activities
19.6.3     Contact Info.
19.7     Flir
19.7.1     Company Profile
19.7.2     Products & Recent Activities
19.7.3     Contact Info
19.8     Fluidmesh Networks
19.8.1     Company Profile
19.8.2     Products & Recent Activities
19.8.3     Contact Info
19.9     Genia Photonics
19.9.1     Company Profile
19.9.2     Products & Recent Activities
19.9.3     Contact Info.
19.1     GE Security
19.10.1     Company Profile
19.10.2     Products & Recent Activities
19.10.3     Contact Info
19.11     Honeywell
19.11.1     Company Profile
19.11.2     Contact Info
19.12     IAI
19.12.1     Company Profile
19.12.2     Products & Recent Activities
19.12.3     Contact Info
19.13     Implant Sciences Corporation
19.13.1     Company Profile
19.13.2     Products
19.13.3     Contact Info
19.14     Raytheon
19.14.1     Company Profile
19.14.2     Products & Recent Activities
19.14.3     Contact Info
19.15     SAGO Systems
19.15.1     Company Profile
19.15.2     Standoff IED Detection Products
19.15.3     Contact Info
19.16     TeraView
19.16.1     Company Profile
19.16.2     Products & Recent Activities
19.16.3     Contact Info
19.17     ThruVision Systems
19.17.1     Company Profile
19.17.2     Standoff IED Detection Products
19.17.3      Contact Info
    APPENDICES
20     Appendix A: Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection R&D Programs and Projects
20.1     DARPA, Standoff IED Detection MEDS Program
20.2     Algorithm and Analysis of Raw Images Project
20.3     Detection Technology and Material Science Project
20.4     Explosives Trace Detection Project
20.5     Person-Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (PBIED) Detection Project
20.6     Predictive PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection Project
20.7     Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (VBIED) Detection Project
20.8     Homemade Explosives Characterization Project
20.9     IED Risk Prediction Project
20.1     VBIED Full Mission Characterization Project
20.11     Cross-Cultural Validation of SPOT (Screening Passengers by Observation Techniques) Behaviors Project
20.12     Future Attribute Screening Technologies Mobile Module (FAST M2)
20.13     Hostile Intent Detection-Automated Prototype Project
20.14     Passive Methods for Precision Behavioral Screening Project
20.15     Violent Intent Modeling and Simulation (VIMS) Project
21     Appendix B: The Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO)
22     Appendix C: Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (VBIED)
22.1     Introduction
22.2     VBIED Technologies
22.3     VBIED Detection Considerations
22.4     Terror Groups that Use VBIED
23     Appendix D: Guided Aerial IEDs
24     Appendix E: Recent (2014) IED, PBIED & VBIED Attacks
25     Appendix F: Suicide Terrorism
26     Appendix G: The U.S. PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection Eco-System
27     Appendix H: Short Term Global Geopolitical Outlook
28     SCOPE, METHODOLOGY AND DISCLAIMER
28.1     Research Scope
28.2     Research Methodology
28.3     Disclaimer & Copyright