Country Industry Forecast: The U.S. Security Industry

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This report highlights the importance of country-specific factors on the security industry in the United States from 1997 to 2007. Trends for the political climate, business policies, and macroeconomic indicators for the U.S. economy are analyzed, and their impact is assessed on the key parameters of the security industry and its major segments to plot the progression index for the industry from 1997 to 2007

Table of Contents

Country Industry Forecast, Executive SummaryIntroduction to the IndustryIntroductionIndustry Definition & ScopeSummary of Major FindingsCountry Trends & ForecastsIndustry Trends & ForecastsCountry Industry Forecast, Industry Overview and StructureIndustry OverviewGlobal & Regional OverviewCountry OverviewSignificance and Structure of the Security Technology Industry in the U.SSignificance of the Security Technology IndustryStructure of the Security Technology IndustryCountry Industry Forecast, Political Analysis for the Security IndustryThe U.S. Political SystemPolitical SystemGovernment AgendaForeign Policy and International RelationsGlobal IssuesAnalysis and Implications for the U.S. Security IndustryGlobal IssuesDomestic IssuesHomeland Security and the 2003 BudgetCountry Industry Forecast, Security Policy AnalysisBusiness Policy - The United StatesDomestic PolicyExternal Trade PoliciesImplications for the Economy and Security Technology IndustryImplications for the EconomyAn Analysis of the Homeland Security ActOther Security Related Acts & Implications for the Security Technology IndustryCountry Industry Forecast, Economic IndicatorsTrends & Forecasts for the Economic Indicators : Consumption and InvestmentConsumptionInvestmentTrends & Forecasts for the Economic Indicators: External Trade and Foreign InvestmentExports and ImportsCurrent Account Deficit Foreign Exchange and Exchange RatesForeign Direct InvestmentTrends & Forecasts for the Economic Indicators: Labor MarketEmployment & EarningsFederal Agencies for Labor and Labor LawsTrends & Forecasts for the Economic Indicators: Prices & GDPPricesThe U.S. Economy and GDPEconomic Indicators and Implications for the Security IndustryEconomic Conditions and Crime RatesInfrastructureGovernment Spending R&D Expenditure Financial MarketsEmployment in the Security IndustryExport Growth PotentialCountry Industry Forecast, Industry Analysis & ForecastBiometric TechnologiesSegment OverviewMarket Segmentation Analysis : IntroductionMarket Segmentation Analysis : Finger ScanMarket Segmentation Analysis:Hand GeometryMarket Segmentation Analysis: Iris RecognitionMarket Segmentation Analysis: Voice Verification & Facial RecognitionMarket Segmentation Analysis: Signature Verification & Retina RecognitionPhysical Security MarketSegment OverviewMarket Segmentation Analysis:CCTVMarket Segmentation Analysis:EAC SystemsRadio Frequency Identification Based Application MarketSegment OverviewRFID Revenues in the United StatesSecurity IndustryTotal Market SizeCountry Industry Forecast, ConclusionsConclusionRecommendations & OpportunitiesCountry Industry Forecast, Fact SheetsCountry Fact SheetDemography Geography InfrastructureEconomic IndicatorsRegional and Industry Fact SheetNorth America- Economic IndicatorsU.S. Security Industry




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