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31 Mar 2014  |  Global
Big Fish in a Shrinking Pond Looking for New Ways to Survive
This is an historical review of the major global defence contractors. Relevant metrics such as revenue, revenue growth, research and development expenditure, major merger and acquisition activities, market presence and geographical presence are included to profile the contractors. Various strategic mappings are also offered to compare and assess th...
12 Feb 2014  |  Global
Increasing Security Within an Optimised Commercial Operations Framework is the Key to Success
Ports are regarded as a significant vulnerability in the threat perception of domestic security agencies globally. There are competing forces between commercial and security imperatives that make open, fast, and efficient maritime trade a key security risk. The ability to increase security whilst simultaneously improving commercial operations is th...
12 Mar 2014  |  North America
Airport Management through Information Technology
This market insight reviews the information management aspect of airport operations that use database solutions to enhance efficiency and customer satisfaction. It identifies the market participants that offer Airport Operational Database (AODB) solutions, in addition to offerings designed to complement AODB capability. Business participants within...
14 May 2014  |  Europe
An Insight into a Rapidly Expanding Security Market
The goal of this Market Insight is to discuss the economic and social factors that are driving growth within the Turkish security market and what steps international security suppliers may have to take, in order to operate within the market. Although economically strong, a fragmented and primarily domestic security market can make it difficult for ...
19 Jun 2014  |  Global
Frost & Sullivan's Perspective on Key Issues
The security industry is evolving rapidly. Mergers, acquisitions, new competitors, and solutions are a regular occurrence with continually evolving customer needs. The following document highlights some of the main events in the first quarter of 2014 with opinion from Frost & Sullivans analysts and supporting facts and figures.
12 Sep 2014  |  Global
In-flight connectivity is a growing trend in the aviation industry; an increasing number of airlines fully or partially integrate cabin connectivity in their fleets, providing in-flight services to improve passenger experience. Passengers are now looking for cheaper and, eventually, free, fast and reliable connectivity services to remain continuous...
06 Oct 2014  |  Latin America
Threat-driven Security Investment Buoyed by Economic Growth and Political Will
Brazil finds itself in a period of great internal transition. As one of the worlds growing economic powers with an enhanced presence in the international community, the future of development within Brazil is being keenly followed. Opportunities for security suppliers will be enhanced as the government continues to focus on infrastructure creation ...
25 Sep 2014  |  Global
Supplier Capability Continues to Converge
The need for increased multi-agency collaboration, gaining intelligence from data, and merging systems and infrastructure will continue to shape supplier strategy. The expected demand for solutions that provide a Unified Situational Awareness Picture across agencies will shape supplier technology development strategies, strategic alliances, and acq...
07 Oct 2014  |  North America
Security Investment in the Context of the War on Organised Crime
Although not seeing the same economic growth as some countries in Latin America, Mexico is in a healthy financial position. Whilst much of the countrys economic stability can be traced to the development of its rich energy deposits, Mexico is unboundedly an important hub in LATAM. Improvements are also being made to other important elements of nat...
23 Dec 2014  |  Global
Deepening Before Broadening Will Increase the Likelihood of Success in the Future
This study focuses on defence business and defence contractors, while also considering the non-defence activities of these companies. Globalisation and the blurring of boundaries between commercial and defence companies are likely to significantly impact the long-term strategy of both defence business and defence contractors. Now and in the future,...