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
Competitive Environment: 34 vendor profiles and their products description & prices. Companies included in the report are as follows:
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
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