Disruptive Trends Impacting the Global Security Market, 2019

Disruptive Trends Impacting the Global Security Market, 2019

Augmented Reality, Drones, Machine Learning and SECaaS to Fast Track the Intelligence Cycle

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09-Aug-2019
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Global
Research Code: 9AB1-00-15-00-00
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The progressive digitalisation of the security eco system is substantially impacting security missions and traditional operating processes. Worldwide, security end-users are exploring and adopting new digital tools to tackle existing and upcoming threats in a more cost efficient way. Frost & Sullivan has identified four different trends disrupting security operations as game changers to augment mission success and multiply forces capabilities on terrain.

It is the combination of new technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, and new recipients such as wearable devices and unmanned systems that makes it very promising to security forces. Frost & Sullivan study explores how wearable devices empowered by the Augmented Reality function can increase security mission success rates and develop new uses cases. In the field of artificial intelligence, the report covers how predictive analytics and machine learning solutions can provide a better situation awareness and better responsiveness in real time situations and tackle new threats. Additionally, the growing adoption of unmanned systems, boosted by connectivity and machine learning, slowly dictates new concept of missions and engagements in public safety and critical infrastructures protection.

The digital transformation of security is also bringing new business models aligned with the growing adoption of cloud solutions. With no exception the security ecosystem is increasingly adopting new products under the Software as a Service format to facilitate the implementation of new digital tools with more budget flexibility and less upfront capital investments. Frost & Sullivan is exploring how these new business models are disrupting as well the security markets and what it entails for both security companies and end-users.

The report includes for each trend a complete section with new technology targeted applications, relevant use cases, technology barriers, trends impacting market adoption, growth opportunities and key technology providers.

Whilst security end-users are still in the early stages of the adoption cycle, especially in Western regions, technology maturation is still required. The next generation of connectivity being brought by the 5G is expected to speed up deployment and remove traditional technical hurdles. Nevertheless, resistance to change, the lack of security layout and the higher reliance on third party providers are others non-negotiable parameters that significantly slow down market adoption.

Author: Alix Leboulanger

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Analysis Factsheet

Trends Impacting Security Ecosystem

Disruptive Applications in the Security Ecosystem

State of Digitalisation

Disruptive Applications Worldwide

Research Scope

Market Segmentation and Definitions

Market Segmentation and Definitions (continued)

Research Objectives and Questions

Analyst Corner

Key Facts

Wearables and AR—Key Applications

Trends Analysis—Impact on Demand

Technologies Challenges Analysis

AR and Crime Investigation

AR and Firefighters

Global Supply Chain—Leading Suppliers Geographic Presence

Strategic Conclusions

Analyst Corner

Key Facts

Manned-Unmanned Teaming—Key Applications

Trends Analysis—Impact on Demand

Technologies Analysis

Unmanned SAR

Fire Fighting Robots

Global Supply Landscape—Value Chain Role

Global Supply Landscape—Value Chain Role (continued)

Global Supply Landscape—Value Chain Role (continued)

Global Supply Landscape—Value Chain Role (continued)

Strategic Conclusions

Analyst Corner

Key Facts

AI in Security—Applications

Trends Analysis—Impact on Demand

Technologies Analysis

AI Empowering Cyber

AI Prescriptive in Police

Global Supply Landscape—Value Chain Role

Global Supply Landscape—Value Chain Role (continued)

Strategic Conclusions

Analyst Corner

Analyst Corner (continued)

Key Facts

SECaaS—Applications

Trends Analysis—Impact on Demand

SECaaS for Behavioral Biometrics

SECaaS to Secure Large Events

Global Supply Landscape—Value Chain Role

Global Supply Landscape—Value Chain Role (continued)

Strategic Conclusions

Disruptive Trends in Security—Investment Opportunities

Growth Opportunity 1—Security as a Service

Growth Opportunity 2—First Responders Aero Mobility

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

List of Acronyms

List of Exhibits

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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The progressive digitalisation of the security eco system is substantially impacting security missions and traditional operating processes. Worldwide, security end-users are exploring and adopting new digital tools to tackle existing and upcoming threats in a more cost efficient way. Frost & Sullivan has identified four different trends disrupting security operations as game changers to augment mission success and multiply forces capabilities on terrain. It is the combination of new technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, and new recipients such as wearable devices and unmanned systems that makes it very promising to security forces. Frost & Sullivan study explores how wearable devices empowered by the Augmented Reality function can increase security mission success rates and develop new uses cases. In the field of artificial intelligence, the report covers how predictive analytics and machine learning solutions can provide a better situation awareness and better responsiveness in real time situations and tackle new threats. Additionally, the growing adoption of unmanned systems, boosted by connectivity and machine learning, slowly dictates new concept of missions and engagements in public safety and critical infrastructures protection. The digital transformation of security is also bringing new business models aligned with the growing adoption of cloud solutions. With no exception the security ecosystem is increasingly adopting new products under the Software as a Service format to facilitate the implementation of new digital tools with more budget flexibility and less upfront capital investments. Frost & Sullivan is exploring how these new business models are disrupting as well the security markets and what it entails for both security companies and end-users. The report includes for each trend a complete section with new technology targeted applications, relevant use cases, technology barriers, trends impacting market adoption, growth opportunities and key technology providers. Whilst security end-users are still in the early stages of the adoption cycle, especially in Western regions, technology maturation is still required. The next generation of connectivity being brought by the 5G is expected to speed up deployment and remove traditional technical hurdles. Nevertheless, resistance to change, the lack of security layout and the higher reliance on third party providers are others non-negotiable parameters that significantly slow down market adoption. Author: Alix Leboulanger
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No Index No
Podcast No
Author Alix Leboulanger
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number 9AB1-00-15-00-00
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 9000-A1,9834-A3,9B07-C1