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Homeland Security Market Scope Border Aviation Critical Infrastructure Maritime Seaport Mass Transport Emergency Response C3, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, Detection and Inspection 6
Global Homeland Security Market Overview EU Accession States: Significant funding Global HLS Market from EU Commission, ongoing border & $36.0 Billion crime issues and current C3i projects United Kingdom: Largest number indicate strong need for further Homeland of installed CCTV networks in the Europe Security development throughout the world may hamper security $8.0 Billion region. North America $15.0 Billion spending, but upcoming Olympics and vulnerable mass transport system will keep market buoyant Turkey: Continuing border incursions by PKK across Iraqi border, attacks United States: Largest civil against pipelines and drive to bring (or “homeland”) security security up to EU standards makes market in the world. Border Turkey a prime market for selected security is likely to be a technologies. major focus and spending for sensor integration and increased situational awareness should increase APAC $7.5 Billion Colombia: High crime rates, continuing cross- Middle East border incursions by FARC $3.0 Billion and vulnerable foreign oil India: Recent terrorist activity companies (and their France: Recent refocus of is sure to increase demand for installations) currently Saudi Arabia: Ongoing bidding security technologies. Coupled military assets from “normal” for US $7 billion + MIKSA border drives Homeland Security conflict towards combating with the expected $10 billion for market. security project, construction of airport development 2010, and asymmetric warfare, as well as 550km fence along Iraq border Latin & South plans to dramatically increase requirements for mass and significant spending for transport security, the Indian America surveillance capabilities, petrochemical CIP indicates the $2.0 Billion indicates high Homeland market is expected to remain seriousness of the terrorist one of the “high fliers”. Security spending ahead. threat.While levels of terrorist activity may not always equate to high security spending, high levels of political violence will 7 result in a significant need for security measures.
Homeland Global Terrorism Incident Trends : An Overview Security Incidences of Terrorism (Global), 1997-2006 Telecommunication 97 1400 Religious Figures/Institutions 172 1200 NGO 44 4% Terrorist Incidents 1000 Military 57 800 Maritime 3 10% 600 400 Journalists & Media 234 200 Food or Water Supply 3 0 Abortion Related 5 32% 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Year Utilities 446 Africa Asia & Asia-Pacific Europe Latin America Middle East & North Africa North America Terrorists/Former Terrorists 43 Educational 251 North America Unknown 278 Middle East & North 1.5% Africa 25% 0.8% Other 410 Africa 15.6% Asia & Asia-Pacific Tourists 76 25.1% Police 858 Transportation 552 Private Citizens & Property 956 29% Business 1,237 Latin America 21.8% Airports & Airlines 76 Government 2,170 Diplomatic 166 Europe 35.1% 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500Incidences of terrorism have increased steadily since 1997 (CAGR 24.5%) with Asia & Asia-Pacific leading the way. 8
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