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The Maritime Security Market 2010-2020: Piracy, Shipping & Seaports

 
The Maritime Security Market 2010-2020: Piracy, Shipping & Seaports

Our latest defence report - The Maritime Security Market 2010-2020: Piracy, Shipping & Seaports - explores one of the homeland security market’s most important sectors and reveals how this market will develop over the period 2010-2020.

Based on our research, global spending in 2010 on maritime security will total $15.4bn. We analyse, quantify and forecast the global and regional maritime security markets over the period 2010-2020. We also analyse and quantify separately the global and regional vessel security and seaport & facility security markets over the period 2010-2020.

The increasing occurrence of maritime piracy on larger and larger high value assets such as cargo ships and oil and gas tankers has raised the awareness of maritime security. Not only are these incidents costly for the shipping and oil and gas sectors, the incidents also raise profound questions about energy security in our globalised economy and this has concentrated minds to tackle the problem of maritime piracy. Furthermore, the threat of maritime terrorism remains a very real possibility as terrorist groups see the potential to target such potentially explosive targets. All of these factors and others are driving increased spending on maritime security.

Nevertheless, despite these pressing security requirements driving spending, the maritime security market will have to contend with other restraints over the 2010-2020 forecast period - including restrained defence budgets and a shipping industry recovering from a severe recession.

This report explains how the mixture of these factors and the combination of other factors will shape the maritime security market over the period 2010-2020.

Our market study reviews leading maritime security programmes and contracts and examines the prospects and outlook for providers of maritime security. Our market study also examines leading users of maritime security and explores the range of factors which are driving this sector. We assess the commercial prospects and outlook for companies offering maritime security products and services. This analytical report defines the current state of the maritime security market in detail and discusses its characteristics and potential from 2010 onwards, with market forecasting at the global and regional levels.

There are significant regional differences in acquisition patterns and market growth rates. The Maritime Security Market 2010-2020: Piracy, Shipping & Seaports report reveals where the potential opportunities will be for maritime security - allowing successful companies to exploit these growing markets. Crucially this report discusses how to adapt to this evolving competitive landscape.

How much are individual regions planning to spend acquiring and upgrading maritime security between 2010 and 2020? Who are the leading companies providing maritime security products and services? Where are the growth opportunities over the next decade – in which geographical region and with which platform type and with which new technology? These critical questions and many more are definitively answered in this comprehensive report.

A comprehensive analysis of the maritime security market

The Maritime Security Market 2010-2020: Piracy, Shipping & Seaports report examines the global market for maritime security from an impartial standpoint. We offer a review of contracting activity, and products and services, based on our analysis of information obtained from multiple sources. The report draws on official corporate and governmental announcements, media reports, policy documents, industry statements and expert opinion.

The Maritime Security Market 2010-2020: Piracy, Shipping & Seaports report provides detailed sales forecasts for the global maritime security market and regional markets; a SWOT analysis; discussions of commercial and technological trends; and assessments of commercial drivers and restraints. This report also includes five in-depth original interviews with industry experts. This package of analyses cannot be obtained anywhere else.


Why you should buy The Maritime Security Market 2010-2020: Piracy, Shipping & Seaports


The main benefits of you purchasing this report are:

  • You will gain an understanding of the maritime security market and how it will develop, with global maritime security market forecasts from 2010 to 2020.
  • You will receive global forecasts for the vessel security market and the seaport & facility security market over the period 2010-2020
  • You will receive regional maritime security market forecasts for the leading 6 regional markets from 2010 to 2020.
  • You will receive regional market forecasts for the vessel security market and the seaport & facility security market for each region over the period 2010-2020
  • You will gain insight into major maritime security programmes and contracts being undertaken within each region.
  • You will gain a thorough analytical understanding of the maritime security market with over 80 tables, charts and graphs quantifying the market in detail.
  • You will gain knowledge of the 20 leading contractors within the maritime security marketplace.
  • You will gain an understanding of the new maritime security technologies that will affect the marketplace.
  • You will receive a SWOT analysis for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for the maritime security market from 2010 onwards.
  • You will also read original interviews from five leading companies and organisations involved in maritime security:
    - EADS Defence & Security
    - HITT Traffic
    - Seaforce Ltd (SFL)
    - MPI Maritime Police International
    - ICC International Maritime Bureau

You can order this report today. Anyone with an interest in the development and procurement of maritime security products and services cannot afford to miss out on acquiring the information and insight that only this new report can provide.

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Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
1.1 The Global Maritime Security Market
1.2 The Global Vessel Security Market
1.3 The Global Seaport & Facility Security Market
1.4 Major Regional Markets & Growth Rates
1.5 Maritime Security Drivers
1.6 Maritime Security Restraints
1.7 Trends and Technological Issues
1.8 Global Maritime Security Outlook
 
2. Introduction to Maritime Security
2.1 Maritime Security
2.2 Vessel Security
2.3 Seaport & Facility Security
2.4 The Benefits of This Report
2.5 Methods
 
3. The Global Maritime Security Market
3.1 Global Maritime Security Market 2010-2020
3.1.1 Regional Maritime Security Market 2010-2020
3.2 Global Vessel Security Market 2010-2020
3.2.1 Regional Vessel Security Market 2010-2020
3.3 Global Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020
3.3.1 Regional Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020

4. Regional Maritime Security Markets
4.1 Asia-Pacific Maritime Security Market
4.2 Significant Asia-Pacific Maritime Security Contracts
4.2.1 Australian Maritime Security Contracts
4.2.2 Bangladesh Maritime Security Contracts
4.2.3 Chinese Maritime Security Contracts
4.2.4 Indian Maritime Security Contracts
4.2.5 Indonesian Maritime Security Contracts
4.2.6 Japanese Maritime Security Contracts
4.2.7 Malaysian Maritime Security Contracts
4.2.8 New Zealand Maritime Security Contracts
4.2.9 Pakistan Maritime Security Contracts
4.2.10 Philippines Maritime Security Contracts
4.2.11 Russian Maritime Security Contracts
4.2.12 Singaporean Maritime Security Contracts
4.2.13 South Korean Maritime Security Contracts
4.2.14 Taiwanese Maritime Security Contracts
4.2.15 Thai Maritime Security Contracts
4.3 North American Maritime Security Market
4.4 Significant North American Maritime Security Contracts
4.4.1 Canadian Maritime Security Contracts
4.4.2 Caribbean Maritime Security Contracts
4.4.3 Mexican Maritime Security Contracts
4.4.4 US Maritime Security Contracts
4.5 European Maritime Security Market
4.6 Significant European Maritime Security Contracts
4.6.1 Belgian Maritime Security Contracts
4.6.2 Bulgarian Maritime Security Contracts
4.6.3 Danish Maritime Security Contracts
4.6.4 French Maritime Security Contracts
4.6.5 German Maritime Security Contracts
4.6.6 Greek Maritime Security Contracts
4.6.7 Italian Maritime Security Contracts
4.6.8 Netherlands Maritime Security Contracts
4.6.9 Portuguese Maritime Security Contracts
4.6.10 Slovenian Maritime Security Contracts
4.6.11 Spanish Maritime Security Contracts
4.6.12 Swedish Maritime Security Contracts
4.6.13 United Kingdom Maritime Security Contracts
4.7 Middle Eastern Maritime Security Market
4.8 Significant Middle Eastern Maritime Security Contracts
4.8 1 Israeli Maritime Security Contracts
4.8 2 Kuwaiti Maritime Security Contracts
4.8 3 Libyan Maritime Security Contracts
4.8 4 Qatar Maritime Security Contracts
4.8 5 Saudi Arabian Maritime Security Contracts
4.8 6 Syrian Maritime Security Contracts
4.8 7 United Arab Emirates Maritime Security Contracts
4.8 8 Yemenese Maritime Security Contracts
4.9 South American Maritime Security Market
4.10 Significant South American Maritime Security Contracts
4.10.1 Brazilian Maritime Security Contracts
4.10.2 Chilean Maritime Security Contracts
4.10.3 Peruvian Maritime Security Contracts
4.10.4 Puerto Rican Maritime Security Contracts
4.10.5 Uruguayan Maritime Security Contracts
4.11 African Maritime Security Market
4.12 Significant African Maritime Security Contracts
4.12.1 Moroccan Maritime Security Contracts
4.12.2 Nigerian Maritime Security Contracts
4.12.3 Republic of Equatorial Guinea Maritime Security Contracts
4.12.4 Somalian Maritime Security Contracts
4.12.5 South African Maritime Security Contracts
 
5. SWOT Analysis of the Maritime Security Market 2010-2020
5.1 Strengths
5.1.1 Political Instability in Africa
5.1.2 Increasing Incidents of Maritime Piracy
5.1.3 Lack of Clear International Legal Process to Prosecute Pirates
5.1.4 Increasing Concerns Over Energy Security
5.1.5 Maritime Legal Regulatory Compliance
5.1.6 Illegal Migration & People Trafficking
5.1.7 Drug Smuggling
5.1.8 Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) Systems
5.1.9 Real Time & Interoperable Security Solutions are Driving the Market
5.10 Increasing Sea Traffic
5.2 Weaknesses
5.2.1 The Economic Downturn Impacts on Maritime Security Sub-Markets
5.2.2 Fragmented Funding Constraints
5.2.3 Return On Investment (ROI) is Perceived to be Poor or Very Long Term
5.2.4 Maritime Security Often Perceived as Low Priority Compared to Other Homeland Security Sectors
5.2.5 Barriers to Increasing Use of Private Security Companies (PSC)
5.2.6 High Cost and Scale of Maritime Security Systems
5.3 Opportunities
5.3.1 Declining Defence Budgets will Encourage Private Security Companies (PSC)
5.3.2 Technologies Which Produce Good Return On Investment (ROI)
5.3.3 Real Time & Interoperable Systems
5.3.4 Technologies Which Can Track Small Boats
5.3.5 Legislation
5.3.6 Consolidation is an Opportunity
5.3.7 A Major Maritime Security Incident Will Cause Market Growth
5.4 Threats
5.4.1 Political Solutions in Failed States May Reduce Demand for Maritime Security
5.4.2 Reactionary Maritime Security Policies
5.4.3 Individual Companies May Fare Less Well than Systems Integrators
5.4.4 Potential Break Down in Cooperation Between the Public Sector, Private Sectors and Technology Providers

6. Technologies for Maritime Security
6.1 Vessel Security
6.1.1 Radar
6.1.2 Broad Area Maritime Surveillance (BAMS)
6.1.3 Satellite Based Maritime Surveillance
6.1.4 Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA)
6.1.5 Automatic Identification System (AIS)
6.1.6 Long Range Identification Tracking (LRIT)
6.1.7 Maritime Safety and Security Information System (MSSIS)
6.1.8 Marview
6.1.9 Coastal Surveillance Systems (CSS)
6.1.10 Private Security Companies (PSC)
6.1.11 Long Range Acoustic Devices (LRAD)
6.1.12 Water Cannons
6.1.13 Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA)
6.1.14 Helicopters
6.1.15 Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs)
6.1.16 High Speed (Maritime) Vehicles (HSV)
6.1.17 Unmanned Vehicles
6.2 Seaport & Facility Security
6.2.1 Extending Seaport Perimeters
6.2.2 Automatic Identification Systems (AIS)
6.2.3 Vessel Traffic / Tracking Systems (VTS)
6.2.4 Video Surveillance Systems
6.2.5 Long Range Identification Tracking (LRIT)
6.2.6 Deepwater Security Systems
6.2.7 Container and Vehicle Screening
6.2.8 RFID Technology
6.2.9 Electronic Seals
6.2.10 Access Control Systems
6.2.11 Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) Program
6.2.12 Other Biometric ID Port Security Cards
6.2.13 People Screening Technologies
6.2.14 Maritime Security Identification Card (MISC)
6.2.15 Legislation
6.2.16 SAFE Port Act
6.2.17 Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPATY)
6.2.18 Secure Freight Initiative (SFI)

7. Expert Opinion
7.1 EADS Defence & Security
7.1.1 Key Trends and Developments in Maritime Security
7.1.2 The Difference Between Commercial Maritime Security and Military Maritime Security
7.1.3 Technical Issues and Developments in Maritime Security Systems
7.1.4 Challenges and Opportunities in Maritime Security Over the Next 10 Years
7.1.5 Factors Driving The Maritime Security Market
7.1.6 Factors Restraining The Maritime Security Market
7.1.7 Regions With Growth in Maritime Security Spending
7.1.8 Expected Growth Rates in Maritime Security Spending
7.2 HITT Traffic
7.2.1 Key Trends and Developments in Maritime Security
7.2.2 Technical Issues Surrounding the use of Maritime Security Systems
7.2.3 Technological Developments Expect Over the Next Decade
7.2.4 Challenges and Opportunities in the Maritime Security Market
7.2.5 Factors Driving the Maritime Security Market
7.2.6 Factors Restraining the Maritime Security Market
7.2.7 Regions with Growth and Decline in Maritime Security Spending
7.2.8 The Expected Growth Rate in Maritime Security Spending
7.2.9 The Political Outlook for Maritime Security Spending
7.3 Seaforce Ltd (SFL)
7.3.1 What is Driving Maritime Piracy?
7.3.2 Are Governments or Commercial Shipping Companies Responsible for Maritime Security
7.3.3 Political Failings are Allowing Piracy to Continue Unhindered
7.3.4 How Technologies and Manpower are Ineffective in the Political Context
7.3.5 How Somalian Piracy is Driving Piracy in Other Regions
7.3.6 What is Restraining Maritime Security Spending?
7.3.7 The Solutions Have to be Political
7.3.8 The Future of the Maritime Security Market
7.3.9 Will Somalia Remain the Focus for Maritime Piracy?
7.3.10 Will Maritime Terrorism Increase?
7.4 MPI Maritime Police International
7.4.1 The Key Trends and Developments in Maritime Security
7.4.2 The Services Provided by Maritime Police International
7.4.3 Who is Leading the Market in Maritime Security Services?
7.4.4 Is The Hijacking of a US Flagged Vessel a Sign of a Disturbing New Trend?
7.4.5 Is Maritime Piracy Becoming More Seasonal?
7.4.6 Which Regions Are Seeing Growth in Maritime Security?
7.4.7 Are Technological Developments a Factor in Maritime Security?
7.4.8 Growth Rates for Spending on Maritime Security
7.4.9 Growth Rates for Spending on Homeland Security
7.4.10 Will the New Administration in the US Affect The US Homeland Security Market?
7.5 ICC International Maritime Bureau
7.5.1 Key Trends and Developments in Maritime Piracy
7.5.2 The Amount of Under Reporting of Maritime Piracy
7.5.3 How the Failed State of Somalia is Driving Maritime Piracy
7.5.4 How Private Military Companies (PMCs) Create Additional Risk
7.5.5 Lack of National Laws Addressing Piracy are Allowing Pirates to Go Free
7.5.6 Is the Lack of Political Will Allowing Piracy to Continue to Escalate?
7.5.7 Is the Relatively Low Cost of Maritime Piracy to Commercial Shipping Almost Accepted?
7.5.8 Cooperation is Required Until a Political Solution is Found in Somalia
 
8. Leading Maritime Security Companies
8.1 Atlas Elektronik GmbH
8.2 BAE Systems
8.3 Elbit Systems Ltd
8.4 European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company (EADS)
8.5 Finmeccanica SpA
8.6 Hart Security Ltd
8.7 HITT Traffic
8.8 Integrated Coast Guard Systems (ICGS)
8.9 Kongsberg Maritime
8.10 Lockheed Martin
8.11 Northrop Grumman Corporation
8.12 Saab AB
8.13 Safran Group
8.14 Sea Force Ltd (SFL)
8.15 Securewest International
8.16 Sonardyne International
8.17 SSR Engineering
8.18 Thales Group
8.19 Ultra Electronics Group
8.20 Xe Services LLC
 
9. Conclusions
9.1 Global Maritime Security Market & Growth Rates
9.2 Major Regional Markets & Growth Rates
9.3 Maritime Security Drivers
9.4 Maritime Security Restraints
9.5 Trends and Technological issues
9.5 Technologies
9.5.1 Vessel Security
9.5.2 Maritime Private Security Companies (PSC)
9.5.3 Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA), Helicopters and UAVs
9.5.4 Waterborne Security Vessels
9.5.5 Surveillance Systems
9.5.6 Seaport & Facility Security
9.5.7 Container Security
9.5.8 Access Control Systems & Biometric ID Security Cards
9.6 Global Maritime Security Outlook
 
10. Glossary

 

List of Tables and Figures

Table 2.1 Global Reported Incidents of Maritime Piracy 1993-2009
Table 3.1 Drivers in the Global Maritime Security Market 2010-2020
Table 3.2 Restraints in the Global Maritime Security Market 2010-2020
Table 3.3 Global Maritime Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 3.4 Global Maritime Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 3.5 Regional Maritime Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 3.6 Global Vessel Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 3.7 Global Vessel Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 3.8 Regional Vessel Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 3.9 Global Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 3.10 Global Seaport & Facility Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 3.11 Regional Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.1 Asia-Pacific Maritime Security Drivers and Restraints 2010-2020
Table 4.2 Asia-Pacific Maritime Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.3 Asia-Pacific Maritime Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.4 Asia-Pacific Vessel Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.5 Asia-Pacific Vessel Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.6 Asia-Pacific Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.7 Asia-Pacific Seaport & Facility Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.8 North American Maritime Security Drivers and Restraints 2010-2020
Table 4.9 North American Maritime Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.10 North American Maritime Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.11 North American Vessel Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.12 North American Vessel Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.13 North American Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.14 North American Seaport & Facility Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.15 European Maritime Security Drivers and Restraints 2010-2020
Table 4.16 European Maritime Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.17 European Maritime Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.18 European Vessel Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.19 European Vessel Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.20 European Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.21 European Seaport & Facility Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.22 Middle Eastern Maritime Security Drivers and Restraints 2010- 2020
Table 4.23 Middle Eastern Maritime Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.24 Middle Eastern Maritime Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.25 Middle Eastern Vessel Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.26 Middle Eastern Vessel Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.27 Middle Eastern Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.28 Middle Eastern Seaport & Facility Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.29 South American Maritime Security Drivers and Restraints 2010-2020
Table 4.30 South American Maritime Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.31 South American Maritime Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.32 South American Vessel Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.33 South American Vessel Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.34 South American Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.35 South American Seaport & Facility Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.36 African Maritime Security Drivers and Restraints 2010-2020
Table 4.37 African Maritime Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.38 African Maritime Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-  2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.39 African Vessel Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.40 African Vessel Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.41 African Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.42 African Seaport & Facility Security Market CAGR (%) 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis of the Maritime Security Market 2010-2020
 

Figure 2.1 Global reported Incidents of Maritime Piracy 1993-2009
Figure 3.1 Global Maritime Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 3.2 Regional Maritime Security Market Share 2010 (%)
Figure 3.3 Regional Maritime Security Market Share 2020 (%)
Figure 3.4 Global Vessel Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 3.5 Regional Vessel Security Market Share 2010 (%)
Figure 3.6 Regional Vessel Security Market Share 2020 (%)
Figure 3.7 Global Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 3.8 Regional Seaport & Facility Security Market Share 2010 (%)
Figure 3.9 Regional Seaport & Facility Security Market Share 2020 (%)
Figure 4.1 Asia-Pacific Maritime Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.2 Asia-Pacific Vessel Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.3 Asia-Pacific Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.4 North American Maritime Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.5 North American Vessel Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.6 North American Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.7 European Maritime Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.8 European Vessel Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.9 European Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.10 Middle Eastern Maritime Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.11 Middle Eastern Vessel Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.12 Middle Eastern Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.13 South American Maritime Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.14 South American Vessel Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.15 South American Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.16 African Maritime Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.17 African Vessel Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.18 African Seaport & Facility Security Market 2010-2020 ($m)

 

Companies Mentioned in This Report

Adesta LLC
Aeronautics Defence Systems
Airbus Military
Alenia Aeronautica
American Science and Engineering Inc (AS&E)
Atlas Elektronik GmbH
Atlas Elektronik UK
Atlas Elektronik UK Underwater Systems (UWS)
Atlas Maritime Security (Atlas MS)
A.P. Moller - Maersk A/S
Apple
Argon ST
ARINC Inc
Augusta Systems, Inc
AugustaWestland
Austal
Axcess International
AXYS Technologies Inc
Background Asia Risk Solutions
BAE Systems
BAE Systems Inc
Barco
BE Meyers
Bertin Technology
Blackwater Worldwide
Boeing Company
Brijot Imaging Systems
Britam
Caltech
Canberra
Cardinal Mechanical LP
CASA
Caterpillar
CEA Technologies
Cedip Infrared Systems
China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) Ltd
CIBER Enterprise Security Solutions (ESS)
CIBER Federal Government Division
CIBER Inc
CLS
Cobham Services
Coda Octopus Group Inc
Codebench
COE Ltd
Computer Science Corporation (CSC)
ContainerTrac Inc
Control Risks
Coscon Logistics
Cubic Applications Inc
Cubic Corporation
Damen Schelde
DAP Technologies
Datastrip
EADS Astrium
EADS CASA
EADS Defence and Communications Systems
EADS Defence and Security (EADS DS)
EADS Global Security
EADS Group
EADS Defence Electronics
EADS North America
Elbit Systems Ltd
Elcome
Elt Electronica
Embraer
ESL Group
Eurocopter LLC
Euronav
Exxon Mobil
EyeSee360 Inc
Finmeccanica
FLIR Systems (Cedip Infrared Systems)
Foster Miller Inc
Furuno
G4S plc (Group 4)
G4S Security Services (UK)
Gazlatech
gcaptain.com
General Atomics
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc (GA-ASI)
General Maritime
GE Security Inc
Global Maritime Security Solutions LLC
Global Sante Fe
Google
Gripen
GTSI Corporation
Hakkers
Hans Buch A/S
Harbor Offshore Inc
Hart Security Limited
Hart Security Maritime Division
Hatteland Display AS
Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL)
HITT Traffic (Holland Institute of Traffic Technology B.V.)
HollowPoint Protection Services LLC
Honeywell
HP Terra-Marine International LLC
Hughes Aircraft
Hunt Oil
Imageware Systems Inc
Imtech
Indra
Information Systems AB
Inmarsat
Insitu Group
Integrated Coast Guard Systems
Intellicheck Mobilisa
International Golden Group LLC
Kelvin Hughes
K Line
Klein Associates Inc (L-3 Klein)
Kongsberg Maritime (KM)
Kongsberg Defence and Aerospace AS (KDA)
Kongsberg Defence Corporation
Kongsberg Group
Kongsberg Mesotech
KPN
L-3 Communications
L-3 Communications MPRI division
Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratory (ATL)
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Lockheed Martin Mission Systems & Sensors (MS2)
Maine Secure Composites LLC
Maritime Defense Systems International, LLC
Marine Underwater Security Consultants
Maritime Information Systems (MIS)
Maritime Training and Competence Solutions (MTCS)
MBB
McRoberts Maritime Security
Mer Security
Mil
Milleu (BE)
MorphoTrak
Moscow-Mills Manufacturing
Mott Macdonald (UK)
National Offset Company (NOC)
NH Industries
NICE Systems
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Northrop Grumman Command and Control Systems Division
Northrop Grumman Ship Systems
Northrop Grumman Sperry Marine
Obzerv Technologies
Oil Spill Training Company (UK)
ORBCOMM Inc
Orsus
OSI Geospatial Inc
OSI Systems Inc
Overseas Shipholding Group
Overwatch
Port Freeport
Port of Long Beach (POLB)
Provincial Aerospace Ltd
Provincial Airlines
QinetiQ Group plc
Rafael
Rafael Armament Development Authority
Ramboll Oil & Gas
Rapiscan Laboratories
Rapiscan Systems Inc
Raytheon
Raytheon Australia
Reson
Rolta
Rolta Thales Ltd (RTL)
Roper Industries
Saab AB
Saab Automobiles
Saab Group
Saab Surveillance Systems
Saab Underwater Systems
Safran Group
Sagem Morpho
SARS Corporation
Saudi Aramco
Savi Networks
Schiebel Group
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
Secopex
Securewest International
Seaeye Holdings Ltd
Sea Force Ltd (SFL)
Selex Sistemi Integrati
Shine Micro Inc
Siemens
Sikorsky
Smiths Detection
SML Technologies
SOFRELOG
Sonardyne Asia Pte Ltd
Sonardyne International Ltd UK
Sperry Marine
Spot Image SA
Spot Infoterra Group
SSA Terminals
SSR Engineering
Surveillance Australia Pty Ltd
Synopta
Tesat-Spacecom
Tethys Environmental Consulting (UK)
Thales Group
Thales UK
Thales Underwater Systems
Thrane & Thrane
Thyssenkrupp
Tideworks Technology
Townley Group International
Transas
TransCore
TWICS Company Ltd
UAV Tactical Systems (U-Tacs)
Ultra Electronics Group
UM Transportation and Security Solutions
United Technologies Corporation (UTC)
Viaspace Inc
Viaspace Security
Vizada
Xe Services LLC
Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics
Wave Dispersion Technologies Inc
Wavetrend
Yachting Partners International
Zenitel

 

Government Agencies and Organisations Mentioned in This Report

Asian Seafarers Forum (ASF)
Associated British Ports (APB)
Australian Border Protection Command
Australian Coast Guard
Australian College of Kuwait (ACK)
Australian Customs Service (ACS)
Australian Customs National Maritime Unit (NMU)
Australian Defence Force (ADF)
Australian Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO)
Bangladesh Navy
Belgian Air Component (BAC)
Belgian Customs
Belgian Navy
Brazilian Navy Aviation (ANB)
British Army
Bulgarian Navy
Canadian Coast Guard
Canadian Navy
Canadian Navy Port Security Unit
Chinese People's Liberation Army (Navy) (PLAN)
Coastwatch (Australia)
Danish Navy
Det Norske Veritas (DNV)
Dutch Coast Guard
EU LRIT Data Centre (EU LRIT DC)
EU Naval Forces (EU NAVFOR)
European Commission (EC)
European Commission Taxation and Customs Union
European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA)
European Union (EU)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Finnish Navy
Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
French Director General of Armaments (DGA)
French General Directorate for Enterprise (DGE)
French Ministry of Defence
French Navy (Marine Nationale)
French Procurement Agency (DGA)
GDF Suez's Massachusetts Terminal
Genoa Port
German Army
Gunsen Port
Halifax Port Authority
Hong Kong Port
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
ICC Commercial Crime Services (ICC-CCS)
Indian Coast Guard
Indian Navy
Indonesian Navy
Indonesian Navy Security Coordination Agency
Industry Canada
Industrial Technologies Office (Industry Canada)
Inter-American Committee Against Terrorism (CICTE)
International Maritime Bureau (IMB)
International Maritime Bureau (IMB) Piracy Reporting Centre (PRC)
International Maritime Organization (IMO)
Iraq Port Authority
Israeli Navy
Italian Air Force
Italian Coast Guard
Italian Defence Ministry
Italian Navy
Japanese Coast Guard
Kuwait Defense Forces
Lloyds Registry
Malaysian Navy
Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA)
Maritime Administration (MARAD)
Maritime Authority of Kalingrad
Maritime Coast Guard (MCA)
Marine Exchange Vessel traffic and Information Center
Maritime New Zealand
Maritime Security Agency (MSA) - Nigeria
Maritime Security Agency (MSA) - Pakistan
Merchant Marine Personnel Advisory Committee (MERPAC)
Mexican Navy (FAN)
MPI Maritime Police International
NASA
Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center (NFESC)
Netherlands Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management (RWS)
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI)
Norwegian Ministry of Defence (MoD)
New Zealand Coast Guard
New Zealand Customs
New Zealand Defence Ministry 
New Zealand Department of Conservation
New Zealand Ministry of Fisheries
New Zealand Navy
New Zealand Police
Nigerian National Assembly
Nigerian Navy
Organization of American States (OAS)
Peruvian Navy (MGdP)
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Port of Halifax - Canada
Port of Houston Authority (PHA)
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Port of Los Angeles
Port of New Jersey
Port of New York
Port of Oakland
Port of Rotterdam
Port Qasim (Pakistan)
Portugal Insituto Dos Tranportes e Portuano Maritamos (IPTM)
Presidential Implementation Committee on Maritime Safety and Security (PIMCOMSS)
Puerto Cartez Port (Honduras)
Puerto Rico Ports Authority (PRPA)
Republic of Singapore Navy
RINA
Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF)
Royal Australian Navy
Royal Netherlands Navy
Royal Norwegian Navy (RNoN)
Royal Thai Army Air Force
Royal Thai Navy (RTN)
RSO
Russia Maritime Security Service (Moscow)
Shared Armaments and Deconfliction (SHADE) Group
Sheriffs Office of Centro Costa County, CA
Slovenian Navy
Southampton Port
South African Navy (SAN)
Spanish Agency for Maritime Security (Sasemar)
Spanish Guardia Civil
Spanish Navy
SRI International
SRI National Center for Maritime and Port Security (NCMPS)
Swedish Coast Guard
Swedish Navy
Taiwan Navy
Tanger Mediterranean Special Agency (TMSA) of Morocco
Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard (TTCG)
UK Department of Transport (TRANSEC)
UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA)
UK Ministry of Defence (MoD)
UK Royal Marines
UK Royal Navy
UK Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm (FAA)
United Nations (UN)
United Nations Security Council
University of California
University of Maine
University of Maine (Umaine) Advanced Engineered Wood Composites (AEWC) Center
Uruguayan Navy (ANU)
US Africa Command (AFRICOM)
US Air Force (USAF)
US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
US Coast Guard (USCG)
US Coast Guard Deployable Operations Group (DOG)
US Coast Guard National Maritime Center (NMC)
US Coast Guard Intelligence
US Coast Guard Sector Command
US Congress
US Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
US Customs and Border Protection National Targeting Center
US Department of Defence (DoD)
US Department of Defense (DoD) Joint Non- Lethal Weapons Directorate
US Department of Defense (DoD) Technical Support Working Group (TSWG)
US Department of Energy (DoE)
US Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
US Department of Homeland Security's Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO)
US Department of Transportation Maritime Administration
US Fourth Fleet
US Government Accountability Office (GAO)
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US Maritime Administration
US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
US Naval Expeditionary Combat Command
US Naval Undersea Warfare Center
US Navy (USN)
US Navy Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)
US Navy Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI)
US Navy Office of Naval Research
US Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI)
US Pentagon
US Southern Command (SOUTHCOM)
US Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWAR)
US State Department
US Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR)
US Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
US Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Joint Program Office
Yemeni Ministry of Defence
Zhejiang Maritime Safety Administration (MSA)

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