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  • 1. Global HLS Market Trends • Global Spending: from $194.3B in 2012 to $344.5B in 2022 • HLS spendings in Europe are stagnant • Sustained growth in developing markets • Budgets are shifting from Defense to HLS • HLS requirements are meeting dynamic & evolving threats • Cyber is a major growth engine
  • 2. HLS Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn) Source: Visiongain 2012 0.00 50.00 100.00 150.00 200.00 250.00 300.00 350.00 400.00 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Public Safety Intelligence CBRN Border Cyber Infrastructure Maritime Mass Transit Aviation
  • 3. HLS Market Cumulative Spending Forecast 2012-2022 (%) US 33% China 24% Saudi Arabia 7% India 6% UAE 4% Germany 3% UK 3% Russia 3% France 3% Israel 2% Japan 2% Italy 2% Turkey 2% Brazil 1% Qatar 1% South Korea 1% Spain 1% Canada 1% Australia 1% Mexico 1% Source: Visiongain 2012
  • 4. The Israeli Advantage • HLS Technology – Israel’s Pillar of Security • National, Municipal & Industrial Applications • Innovative, Cutting Edge Technologies • Holistic, Tailor-made Integrative Solutions • Operationally Proven Systems & Methodologies • Customer-Oriented Training & Support • Openness for Cooperation & Technology Transfer • Skilled, Well-proven, Experienced Work Force
  • 5. Israel’s Security Industries 500 Companies in HLS, Defense & Aerospace Sectors 400 of them related to HLS 45,000 Employees $7.5B Export in 2012 $6B Defense & Aerospace$1.5B HLS
  • 6. International Cooperation Israeli companies are involved as primes and subcontractors in many programs around the world
  • 7. JFK, Heathrow, Changi, Johannesburg, Ben Gurion, Berlin The Olympic Games, World Cup, African Cup of Nations, Winter Games Buckingham Palace, Vatican, Eiffel Tower, WTC Germany, Ukraine, China, UK, USA Presidential Guards, Counter-terror Units & Law Enforcement Agencies Worldwide Some kind of background other than white Global Presence Airports: Mega Events: Sites: Transportation: Training:
  • 8. Israel’s HLS Focus Areas • Border, Perimeter & Infrastructure Security • Aviation, Maritime & Transportation Security • Securing the Smart City • Cyber Security • Law Enforcement & Counterterror • Intelligence Gathering & Analysis • Emergency Response & Business Continuity • Consulting, Training & Services
  • 9. Border, Perimeter & Infrastructure Security • Aerial & Ground Surveillance • Physical & Electronic Obstacles • Unmanned Platforms (Air, ground, Naval) • Invisible Barriers (Virtual Fences) • Video, IR, RF, Radar & Seismic, Motion Sensors • Communications & Networking • Biometric Systems • Vehicle Identification & Inspection • Video Surveillance, Motion Detection, Behavioral Analysis • Control & Border Passages • Customs Control, E-Passports, Smartcards Back to Focus Areas
  • 10. Aviation, Maritime & Transportation Security • Perimeter Security • Access Management & Control • Security Screening, Biometrics, Gateways • Mass Video Surveillance & Control, Behavioral Analysis • Baggage Screening • Explosives & Narcotics Detection, Identification • Highway Monitoring, LPR • Aircraft & Vessel Protection • Countermeasures Against Shoulder-fired Missiles • Critical Infrastructure Protection: Offshore Drilling Rigs, Power Plants, Pipelines • Ground, Air & Naval Surveillance Back to Focus Areas Aviation, Maritime & Transportation Security • Perimeter Security • Access Management & Control • Security Screening, Biometrics, Gateways • Mass Video Surveillance & Control, Behavioral Analysis • Baggage Screening • Explosives & Narcotics Detection, Identification • Highway Monitoring, LPR • Aircraft & Vessel Protection • Countermeasures Against Shoulder-fired Missiles • Critical Infrastructure Protection: Offshore Drilling Rigs, Power Plants, Pipelines • Ground, Air & Naval Surveillance Back to Focus Areas
  • 11. Securing the Smart City • Urban Area Surveillance & Monitoring (Radar, Video) • Video Analysis and synopsis (Behavioral analysis etc.) • Command & Control centers • GIS & Mapping • Traffic Management Systems • Communications & Networking • Emergency Response Call Centers (911) • Emergency Response Planning • Mega Event Security • Integrative Management Solutions for Essential Services & Infrastructure Back to Focus Areas
  • 12. • Countering Cyber Terror - Cyber Crime • Protecting Critical Infrastructure • Minimizing vulnerabilities of National, Municipal, Commercial & Private Sector • Network Security, Breach & Anomaly Detection • Information Security, Cloud Based Services • Frauds Prevention & Detection • Cyber Environment - Threat Simulation & Analysis • Content and Activity Interception, monitoring & Intelligence • Dynamic Monitoring, Encryption, Countermeasures • +100 companies are active in Israel’s Cyber-Security Sector • Tight integration of the national, Academic & Commercial disciplines • Major investments in infrastructure, R&D, Incubators Cyber Security Back to Focus Areas
  • 13. Law Enforcement & Counterterror • Specialized Lethal /Non Lethal Weapons & Accessories • Personal Gear • Weapon Sights, Night Vision, Indoor Surveillance Sensors • Ballistic, blast & Fire Protection • Unmanned Systems & Robotics • Communications monitoring, Lawful Interception • Cold and Hot Breeching • EOD Equipment • Communications Jammers (C-IED) • Forensic investigation • Command & Control, Situational Awareness • Tactical Communications • Crowd/Riot Dispersal Solutions Back to Focus Areas
  • 14. Intelligence Gathering & Analysis • Observation & Surveillance • Covert / Unattended Sensors & Communications • Communications monitoring, Lawful Interception • Network Surveillance / Cyber Investigation • Information Processing and Analysis • Big Data Processing & Data Fusion • Voice & Video Processing, Analytics & Synopsis • Investigations Management • Forensic Analysis Back to Focus Areas
  • 15. Emergency Preparedness & Business Continuity • Emergency Preparedness Management Systems (all levels) • Command and Control / Situational Awareness • Advanced, Ad-Hoc Communications Networks • Unmanned Systems - Imaging, Mapping , S&R and Communications Relay • Rapidly Deployable Satellite Communications • Fire Detection & Fighting Solutions • Mobile Asset Management & Planning • Special Purpose Vehicles • Remotely Controlled Engineering Equipment • CBRN & HAZMAT - Detection, Identification, Protection, Decontamination & Filtration • Rapidly Deployed Field Hospitals • Water purification & Generation Systems Back to Focus Areas
  • 16. Services • Risk Assessment & Analysis • Project Planning & Executing • Training Courses, Seminars & Designated Programs • Consulting • VIP Protection • Assimilation, Operations, Services, Support Back to Focus Areas
  • 17. Israel Export Institute • Promoting Cooperation Between Israeli & International Partners • Introducing Israel’s HLS Industry in Foreign Markets • Establishing National Pavilions at Major International & Local HLS Events • Supporting Israeli Companies with Export Related Knowhow & Guidance • Paving the Way for Local SME Seeking Expansion to Foreign Markets
  • 18. HLS & Aerospace Department • Your Gateway to Israel’s HLS & Aerospace Industry • Representing more than 400 companies in the HLS arena • Promoting business relationships between Israeli exporters and overseas customers • HLS Solutions is your Gateway to Foreign Agencies, Municipal Agencies, NGOs, Business Conglomerates, Integrators & Corporations
  • 19. Upcoming Events Leading marketing initiatives worldwide, IEICI is organizing the National Pavilion and the Israeli participation at major international events, including Milipol 2013, LAAD Security 2014, as well as the Biennial Israel HLS 2014 international event taking place in Israel in November 2014.
  • 20. HLS & Aerospace Department Gil Rieder Director - HLS & Aerospace Tel: +972 3 514 2839 Fax: +972 3 514 2881 E-mail: gilr@export.gov.il The Israel Export & International Cooperation Institute (IEICI) 29 Hamered St., Tel Aviv 68125, Israel http://security.export.gov.il Moty Cohen Manager - HLS & Aerospace Tel: +972 3 5142856 Fax: +972 3 5142881 E-mail: motyc@export.gov.il To learn more about Israel's HLS Industry & Companies Contact us!

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