Global spending on aviation security to reach $22.3 billion in 2012

LONDON, 27 March 2012. The aviation security market has evolved in response to new threats. As demand for air travel continues to grow annually, governments and aviation enforcement authorities face the need to adopt strict safety measures to counter terrorist threats before they occur whilst limiting the inconvenience faced by the passenger. Existing threats, rising passenger numbers, and airport expansion projects mean that the global aviation security market will reach $22.3 billion in 2012, according to Visiongain analysts.

The prevailing economic conditions faced by North America and Europe have meant that projected sales forecasts are restrained; however, the impact of these economic constraints to the overall aviation security industry will be limited as in the longer-term safety and security continue to remain a priority. Upgrades to existing security features and investment in R&D will help to maintain steady growth in these markets, according to the report.

Elsewhere, growth within Asian aviation security markets, such as China and India, is forecast to be significant; in the longer term, Middle Eastern spending on aviation security is expected to increase sharply to meet the demand for new technology systems. 

The report forecasts and analyses four key categories of aviation security technologies over the period 2012-2022.

  

    - Passenger and Baggage Screening

    - Perimeter and Access Control

    - Digital Surveillance

    - Biometrics

 

The Aviation Security Market 2012-2022 is a comprehensive analysis of the prospects for the aviation security market from 2012-2022. The analysis and forecasting are informed by extensive expert consultation with industry leaders. Tables, charts, and graphs quantify, analyze, and forecast the changing dynamics of the aviation security market between 2012-2022 with forecasts and analysis for the global, regional, and national aviation security market between 2012 and 2022.

 

Companies Listed 

   

    ADT Security

    American Science and Engineering Inc (AS&E)

    Analogic Security Systems

    Applied Visual Services (APVS)

    Arinc

    ASSA ABLOY

    Avesco

    Avsec Global

    BAA

    BAE Systems

    Bell Secure

    BOS Security

    Bosch Security Systems

    Briefcam

    Bridgetech Holdings

    Carlyle Group

    Cascade Technologies

    CEM

    Certis Cisco

    Cobalt Light Systems

    Detection Monitoring Technologies

    DHL Express

    ECSI

    El Al

    El-Go Team

    Emirates Group Security

    EuroElektronika UAB

    Flex-Tex

    FLIR Systems

    Future Fibre Technologies

    Gemalto

    GE Security

    G4S

    Guardian Technologies International

    Human Recognition System (HRS)

    Huntleigh Corporation

    ICTS International N.V.

    IDO Security

    I-SEC International Security

    I-Sec Technologies B.V.

    Image Scan Holdings

    Intelligence Service Business

    Israeli Aerospace Industries

    John Crane

    Johnson Matthey

    JP International Aviation Security

    L-1 Identity Solutions

    L-1 Investment Partners

    L-3 Communications

    Lockheed Martin

    Magal S3

    Morpho Detection

    NICE Systems

    NUCHTECH Company

    OSI Systems

    Panasonic System Solutions Company

    PELCO

    RapiScan Systems

    RapiScan Systems UK

    Raytheon Company

    Reveal Imaging Technologies

    Safran

    Science Application International Corporation (SAIC)

    Seal & Go BV

    Securitas AB

    Schneider Electric

    Smiths Detection

    Smiths Group

    Smiths Interconnect

    Smiths Medical

    TraceGuard Technologies

    Trinity Technology Group

    Unisys Corporation

    UTC Fire and Security

    Verint Systems Inc

    Zareba Security

    3DX-ray

 

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