Tuesday 1 September 2015, Amsterdam
The reports 364-page Border Security Market Report 2015-2025: Growth in Biometrics, ICT, Manned and Unmanned Vehicles, and Perimeter Surveillance report indicates that the border security market is set to be worth $16.4bn in 2015, as high-demand for border protection and surveillance continues.
Cem Dewilde, the reports author of the border security report commented that:
“Global trends such as an increased amount of refugee movements, continuing operations by international criminal organisations and a resurgent political will to secure national borders have all come together to drive strong growth in the border security market for years to come.”
The 364-page report contains over 400 tables, charts and graphs that visualise the trends and market projections within the border security market. The report provides a range of forecasts for the period 2015-2025, as well as for 5 submarket sectors::: perimeter surveillance and detection systems; border control and ICT; manned vehicles, vessels and aircrafts; unmanned vehicles, vessels and aircraft; and physical infrastructure, support and other services. These 5 submarket forecasts are revealed at the global, regional and national level, providing unprecedented detail.
In addition, the 15 leading national border security markets are analysed by the report over the period 2015-2025 (as well as an analysis of the ‘Rest of the World’ market). Furthermore, there are 16 detailed tables of border security contracts, projects and programmes for each national market.
The report also provides profiles of 20 leading companies operating within the market with detailed levels of company information.
The Border Security Market Report 2015-2025: Growth in Biometrics, ICT, Manned and Unmanned Vehicles, and Perimeter Surveillance report will be of impressive value to current and future investors into the defence and border security, as well as to companies and research centres who wish to broaden their knowledge of the border security market. The report includes frequent analysis of the impact of factors currently affecting the border security requirements of states, including declining and expanding defence budgets as well as regional security threats.
Publish date : August 2015
Report code : ASDR-216070
Pages : 364