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82% of U.S. People Screening Market will Not Come from Airport Security, Says a New Research Report from Homeland Security Research Corp.

June 17, 2014



Washington D.C. (PRWEB) June 17, 2014

According to the U.S. People Security Screening Technologies, Industry & Market 2014-2020 market report, despite attracting most of the attention, Airport Security constitutes only 18% of the U.S. People Screening market. The bulk of the market demand (82%) will come from other sub-markets including government & public facilities, border checkpoints, diplomatic facilities, land & sea transportation security and other private sector facilities.

In the past, changes in the people screening market occurred less frequently and were mostly non-transformational, leaving products and systems providers on solid ground. Today, however, in order to be successful, vendors must embrace agility and convergence due to the following three major shifts:

1. The market demand to automate (or semi-automate) the screening process (e.g., integration of legacy systems into the ICT-based people identification infrastructure) wherever possible.

2. Extensive introduction of biometric & other ID documents screening systems (e.g., automated border control kiosks).

3. A growing demand to integrate multi-modal screening technologies in order to reduce wait time at checkpoints, and increase the cost performance of new systems.

The "U.S. People Security Screening Technologies, Industry & Market 2014-2020" report dissects the market in 400 pages and 228 tables & figures into 18 submarkets, granulated by 7 vertical sub-markets, 8 technology sub-markets and 3 revenue source sub-markets.

The report analyzes the U.S. people security screening technologies, industry & market from several perspectives, including:

Current and pipeline technologies: "Screen while Walk" Technologies, Automated Border Control, Biometric (& Other) ID Documents Screening Technologies, single energy X-ray, dual energy X-ray, backscatter X-ray, multi-view X-ray and coherent X-ray, Threat Image Projection (TIP), Cast and Artificial Limbs X-ray, Transportable X-RAY Checkpoints, Fused X-ray and ETD systems, Fused Hand Held baggage X-ray and RFID, Multi-Threat Multi-Modal X-Ray Screening, Stereoscopic "3D X-ray" Imaging, Explosives Trace Detectors (ETD), Ion Mobility Spectroscopy (IMS), ChemiLuminescence (CL), Electron Capture Detectors (ECD), Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW), ETD MicroChemLab on a Chip, Coated Micro-Cantilever ETD Detector, Nanotechnology Based ETD Detector, Next Generation ETD Technologies, X-ray Backscatter AIT Portals, Active MMWave Whole Body AIT Scanners, Passive MMWave Whole Body Scanners, Terahertz Whole Body Scanners, Terahertz Weapon Detection Portals, Terahertz Time Domain Spectroscopy (TTDS), Metal Detection Portals & Hand-Held Devices, Shoe Scanners, Liquid Explosives Scanners, Body Cavities Screening Systems, Computer Aided Detection (CAD) Software, Biometric Screening, Fused Biometric, Document Authentication Interrogation Portals, Multi-Modal & Multi-Threat Portals

Competitive Environment: 34 vendor profiles and their products description & prices. Companies included in the report are as follows: Auto Clear, ADANI, Red X Defense, Syagen Technology, Thermo Electron Corporation, Biosensor Applications, Hitachi, Scent Detection Technologies, Ketech Defence, Mistral Security Inc, Appealing Products, Inc (API) / ChemSee, DetectaChem LLC, Scintrex Trace, Flir Systems, Ion Applications Inc, BAHIA Corp (Sibel Ltd), CEIA, Garrett Electronics Inc, Fisher Labs, Brijot Imaging Systems, TeraView, ThruVision Systems, Gilardoni SpA, L-3 Communications Security & Detection Systems, QinetiQ Ltd, Westminster International Ltd, LIXI, Inc, Morpho Detection Inc, NUCTECH Co Ltd, Rapiscan Security Products, Inc, SCANNA MSC Ltd., Smiths Detection, Vidisco Ltd.

514 U.S. airports with over 100,000 annual screened passengers: Details including the number of screened passengers and the annual growth rate for each airport

Market & industry analysis: Market drivers & inhibitors and the U.S. people screening industry SWOT analysis

Business environment: Competitive analysis, industry analysis , price elasticity, mergers and acquisitions (M&A)

Business opportunities and challenges: Dozens of business opportunities, barriers to entry, supply-side & demand-side analysis, variable economic conditions, market tiers, defense primes & mega corporations' inroads into the market, people screening market entry strategies

The report also includes the following 6 Appendixes:

Appendix A: Covert Walk-by People Screening Technologies

Appendix B: People Profiling and Behavior Tracking

Appendix C: CCTV-Based People Screening

Appendix D: Abbreviations

Appendix F: The People Screening Systems and Devices Industry

Appendix G: People screening Industry: Business Models & Strategies

Explore more Homeland Security and Public Safety Reports at http://www.homelandsecurityresearch.com.

About Homeland Security Research Corp. (HSRC)

HSRC is a Washington, D.C. based international market research and strategic consulting firm serving the Homeland Security and Public Safety communities. HSRC provides premium market, present & emerging technologies and industry expertise, enabling our global clients to gain critical insight into the business opportunities that exist within the Homeland Security & Public Safety markets. Government clients include the U.S. Congress, DHS, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, NATO, U.K., Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Israel, Canada, Germany, Australia, Sweden, Finland, and Singapore; DOD, DOT, GAO, and the EU are among others. HSRC serves over 650 private sector clients, including all major defense and security contractors and many Fortune 500 companies. 70% of our reports are acquired by repeat customers

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