Advanced Sensor Technologies for Homeland Security (TechVision)

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•     The technology and innovation research service assess advanced sensor technologies for homeland security. Increasing terrorist attacks necessities enhanced security measures and sophisticated sensing technology play a vital role in supporting first responders, security personnel with informed decisions. The research service covers different types of sensing technologies such as CBRNE (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives), terahertz, infrared, acoustic, spectrometric, and nanosensors. The growing need for accurate sensing, miniaturization, and government funding are few of the factors that boost innovation efforts.
•     Though there are number of R&D projects related to sensors for the security area, only few projects reach the next phase of development and commercialization. Some of the factors that hinder smart sensors technology progression includes:
→     Robustness and versatility of traditional technologies
→     The role and participation of private organizations is minimal compared to government
→     Technology adoption in the defense sector is slow compared to other industries
•     This technology and innovation research service provides information of each of the above mentioned sensing technology based on current trends, patent and funding scenario, key applications, industry initiatives, and growth opportunities.
•     Key questions that are covered in the research service include:
→     What is the significance of sensors in homeland security?
→     What are applications that are impacted by the sensor?
→     Who are the key innovators and their innovation profiles?
→     What is the industry trend driving adoption?
→     What are the factors influencing development and adoption?
→     What are future growth opportunities?

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Methodology1.3 Research Methodology Explained1.4 Key Findings1.5 Key Questions for Strategy Planning2.0 Advanced Sensors for Homeland Security – A Sneak Preview2.1 Key Challenges with Advanced Sensors2.2 Impact of Advanced Sensors on Homeland Security Applications 2.2 Impact of Advanced Sensors on Homeland Security Applications (continued)3.0 CBRNE Sensors3.1 Sensor Arrays for Explosive Detection and eNose Are Key Innovation Focus Areas 3.2 Technology and Market Impact3.3 CBRNE Sensors and Current Applications3.4 Patent Landscape CBRNE Sensor3.5 Funding Trends3.6 Key Industry Drivers 3.7 Key Industry Challenges3.8 CBRNE Innovation Ecosystem3.9 Chemical Sensors – Innovators Profile and Key Initiatives3.10 Gas and Explosive Sensors – Innovators Profile and Key Initiatives3.11 Biological Sensors – Innovators Profile and Key Initiatives3.12 Nuclear Sensors – Innovators Profile and Key Initiatives3.13 CBRNE Sensor Future Outlook and Growth Opportunities4.0 Acoustic Sensors4.1 Acoustic or Seismic Sensor Platforms for Battlefield Surveillance4.2 Technology and Market Impact4.3 Acoustic Sensor Current Application4.4 Patent Landscape: Acoustics Sensor4.5 Funding Trends – Acoustic Sensor4.6 Key Industry Drivers 4.7 Key Industry Challenges4.8 Acoustic Sensor Innovation Ecosystem4.9 Acoustic Sensor Innovators Profile and Key Initiatives4.10 Acoustic Sensor Growth Opportunities5.0 Spectrometric Sensors5.1 Raman and X-Ray Spectroscopy5.2 Technology and Market Impact5.3 Spectrometric Sensor Current Applications5.4 Spectrometric Sensor Patent Landscape5.5 Spectrometric Sensor Funding Trend5.6 Key Industry Drivers5.7 Key Industry Challenges5.8 Spectrometric Sensor Innovation Ecosystem5.9 Spectrometric Sensor Innovators Profile and Key Initiatives 6.0 Nanosensors6.1 Nanosensors Opens up Opportunities in Many New Sectors6.2 Technology and Market Impact6.3 Current Applications – Border Checkpoints, Gas Detection, Critical Infrastructure, WPollution Monitoring6.4 Nanosensor Patent Landscape6.5 Nanosensor Funding Trend6.6 Key Industry Drivers6.7 Key Industry Challenges6.8 Nanosensor Innovation Ecosystem7.0 Infrared Sensors7.1 Cooled and Uncooled IR Sensors7.2 Technology and Market Impact7.3 IR Sensors and Current Applications – Smartphones, Night Vision, Threat Detection, Environment Monitoring7.4 Infrared Sensor – Patent Landscape7.5 Infrared Sensor – Funding Trend7.6 Key Industry Drivers7.7 Key Industry Challenges7.8 Infrared Sensor Innovation Ecosystem7.9 Infrared Sensor Innovators Profile and Key Initiatives 7.10 Infrared Sensor Growth Opportunities8.0 Terahertz Sensors8.1 THz Sensors – Quantum-cascade Laser, Self-mixing Detection Spectrometer, and High-speed THz Systems8.2 Technology and Market Impact8.3 THz Sensors and Key Applications8.4 Terahertz Sensor Patent Landscape8.5 Terahertz Sensor Funding Trends8.6 Key Industry Drivers8.7 Key Industry Challenges8.8 Terahertz Sensor Innovation Ecosystem8.9 Terahertz Sensor Innovators Profile and Key Initiatives 8.10 Terahertz Sensor Growth OpportunitiesLegal Disclaimer9.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story9.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story9.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career9.3 Global Perspective9.4 Industry Convergence9.5 360º Research Perspective9.6 Implementation Excellence9.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy




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