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Global Border and Maritime Security Market Executive Summary

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Terrorism, piracy, more advanced technologies, inter-agency collaboration, and nations’ …

Terrorism, piracy, more advanced technologies, inter-agency collaboration, and nations’
prioritising border security are driving the market.
Difficulty in connecting border security incidents with domestic threats, budget cuts, and
many stakeholders in the border and maritime domain restrain exponential growth in this
sector.

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  • 1. Global Border and Maritime Security Market Assessment Human-Intensive Security on the Border and Maritime Domain Will Increase the Demand for New Technology M965-16 February 2014
  • 2. 2M965-16 Research Team Krzysztof Rutkowski Research Analyst Aerospace, Defence, and Security (+48) 22 481 62 12 Krzysztof.rutkowski@frost.com Lead Analyst Research Director Anthony Leather Research Analyst Aerospace, Defence, and Security (+44) 207 343 8334 Anthony.leather@frost.com Strategic Review Committee Leader Steven Webb Vice President Aerospace, Defence, and Security (+44) 207 915 7842 Steven.webb@frost.com
  • 3. 3M965-16 Contents Section Slide Numbers Executive Summary 6 Market Overview 11 Total Border and Maritime Security Market - • External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints 17 • Forecast and Trends 26 • Market Share and Competitive Analysis 37 Segment Breakdown - • Border Security Segment 50 • Maritime Security Segment 57 Regional Breakdown - • Africa 64 • Asia-Pacific 72 • Europe 80 • Latin America 88 • Middle East 96
  • 4. 4M965-16 Contents Section Slide Numbers • North America 104 Country Breakdown - • Algeria 112 • Australia 116 • Brazil 120 • China 125 • Egypt 129 • India 133 • Israel 137 • Jordan 141 • Malaysia 145 • Nigeria 149 • Oman 153 • Russia 157
  • 5. 5M965-16 Contents Section Slide Numbers • Saudi Arabia 161 • Spain 165 • Turkey 169 • The United Arab Emirates 173 • The United States of America 177 The Last Word 183 Appendix 186
  • 6. 6M965-16 Executive Summary
  • 7. 7M965-16 Executive Summary • Market expenditure has reached $29.33 billion in 2012. Frost & Sullivan anticipates that this market will grow at a CAGR of 6.8% reaching $56.52 billion in 2022. • Border security is the larger domain in the border and maritime security market generating 55.5% of the expenditure while maritime security generates 44.5%. • North America has possessed the highest expenditure in 2012 (38.9% of the entire market) and will continue to be the highest by 2022 (30.0%). • Asia-Pacific will continue to overtake North America’s market share and will increase its share from 23.1% (2012) to 27.4% (2022). • The highest CAGR from 2012 to 2022 will be held by the Middle East (10.5%), followed by APAC (8.7%). Africa will follow with a CAGR of 8.4%. • Technology revenue is expected to generate $4,165.0 million in 2012. We expect this revenue to grow at a CAGR of 6.7% reaching $7,951.3 million by 2022. Source: Frost & Sullivan
  • 8. 8M965-16 Executive Summary (continued) • Terrorism, piracy, more advanced technologies, inter-agency collaboration, and nations’ prioritising border security are driving the market. • Difficulty in connecting border security incidents with domestic threats, budget cuts, and many stakeholders in the border and maritime domain restrain exponential growth in this sector. Source: Frost & Sullivan
  • 9. 9M965-16 Compound Annual Growth Rate 6.8% (CAGR, 2012–2022) Executive Summary—Market Engineering Measurements Market Stage Growth Market Revenue $29.33 B (2012) Market Size for Last Year of Study Period $56.52 B (2022) Total Border and Maritime Security Market: Global, 2012 For a tabular version click here. Degree of Technical Change 6 (scale:1 [Low] to 10 [High]) Stable IncreasingDecreasing g Customer Price Sensitivity 7 (scale:1 [Low] to 10 [High]) Market Overview Note: All figures are rounded. The base year is 2012. Source: Frost & Sullivan
  • 10. 10M965-16 Executive Summary—CEO’s Perspective 2 Inter-agency participation is happening, but we do not see any spending from private companies to increase border security. 3 Expensive border security operations, which are labour intensive, will be partially substituted by technology. 4 Majority of goods transported around the world uses waterways. This occurrence makes it essential to deploy advanced state- of-the-art technology to secure transport. 5 There is a chance for public–private partnerships but only in coast guard and harbour security. Most harbours are privately owned. 1 Each nation needs a unique solution since its issues and geographies cannot be replicated. Source: Frost & Sullivan

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