Market Research Report
Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection Technologies: Middle East & Africa Market 2015-2020
|Published by||Homeland Security Research Corporation (HSRC)||Product code||336595|
|Published||Content info||215 Pages; 117 Tables & Figures
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|Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection Technologies: Middle East & Africa Market 2015-2020|
|Published: August 4, 2015||Content info: 215 Pages; 117 Tables & Figures||
This publication has been discontinued on January 14, 2020.
Terrorist attacks using Improvised Explosive Devices (IED), People Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (PBIED) and Vehicle-Borne Explosives (VBIED) have challenged homeland-security agencies, military strategists and field commanders for decades. In encounters wherever nations had overwhelming combat power, their adversaries resorted to a much simpler combat techno-tactic: the use of (Kamikaze-like) suicide bombers, vehicle-borne explosives and roadside IEDs.
According to the Chicago Project on Security & Terrorism 2015 reports, in 2014 alone, there were 424 confirmed PBIED & VBIED suicide attacks - an increase of 90% over the 223 suicide attacks in 2011 - causing the death of 3,554 people by 2014 vs. 2,027 in 2011. MEA (especially the GCC) governments are ready to invest whatever it takes to defeat (or at least cap) this epidemic.
The purpose of standoff PBIED, VBIED and weapon detection technologies is to determine at a safe distance if a human subject or a vehicle are carrying explosives or weapons. Concealed explosives detection is perceived as one of the greatest challenges facing the counter-terror and military communities. The threat posed by suicide bombers is the key to the emergence of transformational counter-terror technologies and tactics. The maturity and deployment of advanced standoff detection technologies, capable of detecting suicide bombers and other terrorists at a safe distance, will change the landscape of homeland security and asymmetric warfare.
According to the Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection: Technologies & Middle East & Africa Market - 2015-2020 report, the cumulative 2015-2020 revenues will reach more than $1.8 Billion.
This Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection: Technologies and Middle East & Africa Market - 2015-2020 report is a resource for executives with interests in the industry. It has been explicitly customized for decision makers to enable them to identify business opportunities, developing technologies, market trends and risks, as well as to benchmark business plans.
The Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection: Technologies and Middle East & Africa Market - 2015-2020 report presents in 215 pages, 20 tables and 97 figures, analysis of current and pipeline technologies and 18 leading vendors. This report, granulated into 10 submarkets, provides for each submarket 2013-2014 data, analyses; and projects the 2015-2020 market and technologies from several perspectives, including: