Market Research Report
Global Maritime Security Market - By Type (Screening and Scanning, Communications, Surveillance and Tracking, Detectors), Threat and Vulnerabilities (Deep Water Security, Perimeter Security), Industry, Geography, Trends, Forecast - (2017 - 2022)
|Published by||Mordor Intelligence LLP||Product code||546923|
|Published||Content info||92 Pages
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|Global Maritime Security Market - By Type (Screening and Scanning, Communications, Surveillance and Tracking, Detectors), Threat and Vulnerabilities (Deep Water Security, Perimeter Security), Industry, Geography, Trends, Forecast - (2017 - 2022)|
|Published: January 18, 2017||Content info: 92 Pages||
The global maritime security market was valued at USD 15.96 billion in 2016, and it is projected to reach USD 23.571 billion by 2022 at a CAGR of 6.72% during the forecast period 2017-2022. Non-traditional seaborne attacks such as maritime terrorism, gun-running, drug trafficking and piracy have grown exponentially and are threatening many nations today. There is a shift towards asymmetric forces from the use of conventional force-structured defense and offense forces. Global maritime security is a new byword of securing the sea lines of communications in international relations. Maritime security is vital to national as well as human safety and it also linked to economic development. Throughout the history, majority of trade through was done via sea routes, playing a vital role in economic development. Shipping of various cargo and fisheries have transformed into billion dollar industries. The commercial value of the oceans has been increasingly re-evaluated due to the economic potential of offshore resources, centrally fossil energy but also seabed mining, as well as the economic promises of coastal tourism.
The Indian Ocean, the Pacific Ocean, and the Atlantic Ocean rims became a mainstay of global world trade and raised the geostrategic importance. Marine resources such as coal, oil, and gas, as well as living resources have become critical elements in the world economy, and thereby the attacks on ships, vessels, and oil rigs have been on the rise in recent times. West Africa and South East Asian regions are becoming increasingly vulnerable to pirate attacks, drug smuggling and gun running. The Straits of Malacca, the world's busiest sea lane, where 80% of Japan's oil supplies and 60% of that of China's are shipped every year. Around USD 70 billion worth of oil passes through these straits each year along with straits of Hormuz and almost half the world's containerized stream of traffic passes through these choke points.
There were 125 pirate attacks reported in the straits of Malacca region in 2013, which has tripled from 2009. According to the U.S. Merchant Marine estimates, the global piracy costs shippers around $4.9 billion to $8.3 billion a year. In November 2008, a group of terrorists used sea lines of communication to enter on the shore and attacked the city of Mumbai. In 2009, United States navy guided missile destroyer USS Cole was attacked by terrorists. Due to the rise in maritime security concerns, the international security forums and organizations recommends increasing the maritime security details. Therefore the concept of maritime security evolved into the areas like surveillance of border coastlines and harbors, secure container data service standardization, autonomous maritime surveillance system, ports and coastal zones, underwater coastal sea surveillance, wide maritime area airborne surveillance, efficient integrated security checkpoints.
The rise in naval defense budgets of developed and developing nations to combat the seaborne threats, along with huge losses due to natural calamities because of the lack of advanced maritime technology, act as major drivers for the growth of this market. However, the increasing cost of maritime technological devices and systems, lack of awareness on the applications of technology, and the complex regulatory system of international maritime organizations and various other boards are the major restraints to this market.
The global maritime security market is segmented on the basis of type, end user and geography. Other segments like tracking, surveillance, and unmanned surface and underwater vehicles are likely to occupy a major share in the maritime security market.
Some of the key players mentioned in this report are:
Elbit Systems Ltd.
Honeywell International Telecommunication Systems
What the report offers
Market analysis for the global maritime security market, with region specific assessments and competition analysis on a global and regional scale.
Market definition along with the identification of key drivers and restraints.
Identification of factors instrumental in changing the market scenario, rising prospective opportunities, and identification of key companies that can influence this market on a global and regional scale.
Extensively researched competitive landscape section with profiles of major companies along with their market share.
Identification and analysis of the macro and micro factors that affect the global maritime security market on both global and regional scale.
A comprehensive list of key market players along with the analysis of their current strategic interests and key financial information.
A wide-ranging knowledge and insights about the major players in this industry and the key strategies adopted by them to sustain and grow in the studied market.
Insights on the major countries/regions where this industry is blooming and to also identify the regions that are still untapped.
Target audience who can refer this report:
Maritime Security System OEMS
Raw material and component suppliers
Anyone within the value chain system
CEOs, COOs, Strategic Growth and Business Development Managers
Potential Investors (Venture Capitalists)
Research Institutes and Organizations
Market Research and Consulting firms