Security is a valued necessity in today’s times. Growing terror threats, border disputes, global conflicts and the refugee crises have combined to provide reason enough to adopt stringent security measures such as automated passport control, facial recognition, and defense strategies that cover training and simulation, C4ISR, etc. Not only this, IT infrastructure, cloud computing, network security, and wireless technologies are all key growth areas that are evolving rapidly due to security issues. Concerns about digital threats will continue to drive the banking and finance industry to make cyber security investment.
The Frost & Sullivan Security unit provides global market analysis and forecasts that help clients with insights into emerging technologies, current trends and challenges, and new opportunities to grow their business. Our Security Growth Partnership Service (GPS) contains comprehensive coverage of Government/Homeland and Commercial Security Markets. Our Homeland Security information assists in understanding technologies and solutions that improve security and infrastructure.
Frost & Sullivan’s research service on the United States (US) Department of Defense (DoD) includes in-depth analysis of the department’s training and simulation market, the various segments in the helicopter market, and C4ISR budget spending.
Frost & Sullivan’s Security unit looks at new and shifting trends across the market such as:
- Automated passport control in North America
- Banking and finance security technology market assessment
- US DoD C4ISR
- Future of facial recognition technology in law enforcement
- US DoD Helicopter market
- DoD training and simulation market
- US Department of Homeland security budget
- Security competitive profiles such as Finmeccanica
13 May 2016  |  North America
Top Priority Segments Generate Exciting Growth Potential as Aircraft and Ship Procurement and Sustainment Segments Make Gains
This research service focuses on the United States Department of Defense (DoD) budget spending categories, including research, development, testing, and evaluation (RDT&E); procurement; operations and maintenance (O&M); and services. The intent of this study is to indicate which segments of products and services the DoD has emphasized in the budget...
06 May 2016  |  Global
Sustaining Life on Earth
This research report highlights the top ten environmental technologies that increases the earth’s sustainability and are projected to make the highest impact in the near and medium terms. The technologies have been filtered from a wide spectrum of atmospheric, land-based, water and general environmental technologies using TechVision’s proprieta...
29 Apr 2016  |  Global
Sensors and Instrumentation technologies that will have the highest impact in 2016
Sensor technology has been the key enabler for various applications related to automation, monitoring, and testing. Developments in sensors have always been geared at addressing industry-specific challenges. Sensors are enabling next-generation consumer-centric applications. Information collection is the key in realizing the concept of Internet of...
27 Apr 2016  |  North America
New Technology Developments, Partnerships and Harmonization of Standards Key to Sustaining Growth Trajectory
Airports around the world continue to increase efficiency and security with technologies designed to expedite the customs process for international travelers. Implementation of automated border control (ABC) systems or eGates, in use for several years at international airports, is gradually increasing. Biometric capabilities are key aspects of ABC ...
12 Apr 2016  |  North America
Uptake of Aerial Photography, Video, and other Sensing Capabilities to Result in Doubling of Overall Revenues
The civil unmanned aerial systems (UAS) market is growing rapidly as public agencies are exposed to the benefits of aerial photography, video, and other sensing capabilities through product demonstrations and testing. The market is unique as it commonly utilizes both traditional military and non-military platforms. By comparison, commercial and mil...
24 Mar 2016  |  North America
Renewed Focus on Readiness and Mixed Reality Training Investments to Support Growth
This Frost & Sullivan research service provides an in-depth analysis of the US DoD training and simulation market. It also examines the drivers and restraints and provides a competitive analysis of the market participants. The total DoD training and simulation budget is forecast to increase over the fiscal years defense plan (FYDP) to make up for t...
22 Mar 2016  |  North America
Mobile Radio Technologies to Spark Market Evolution, Future Systems to Integrate Two-way Radio Systems and Cellular Phones
This Frost & Sullivan research service examines the drivers, restraints, forecasts, and trends in the global airport communications market and provides a competitive analysis of the same. The research is primarily an examination concerning the evolution of mobile radio systems in airport communications. In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert a...
16 Mar 2016  |  Europe
Focused, Realistic, and Cost-effective Projects to Gain Preference as Ambitious Technical Modernisation Programme Unleashes Growth Opportunities
The Polish defence forces are undergoing the most ambitious modernisation programme in the countrys history. The countrys Technical Modernisation Programme, along with military activities in neighbouring Ukraine, relaxed offset regulations, and the newly introduced mandatory 2% spending of GDP on defense, all continue to drive consistent government...
10 Mar 2016  |  Global
Future Success to Hinge on Deepening Core Markets Before Diversifying, R&D Focus to Leverage Demand for High-Tech Solutions
This study is an update of the 2014 report on defence contractors. There are slight changes in the top 15 companies selected to reflect their performance in 2014; the quantitative analysis has been done from 2005-2014. The study focuses on defence businesses and contractors, while also considering the non-defence activities of these companies. Glob...
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15 Dec 2015  |  North America
A Young Market Reaching its Saturation Point?
A new innovation for pre-screening travelers at airports has been in use in North America since 2013. Automated passport control kiosks were introduced into the airports by the US Department of Homeland Security's Customs and Border Protection Agency. Since its inaugural debut at Chicago's O'Hare Airport, both airlines and other airports in the reg...