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Aviation Security - Global Outlook

  • ID: 1089896
  • January 2012
  • Region: Global
  • 134 Pages
  • Global Industry Analysts, Inc

The global outlook series on Aviation Security provides a collection of statistical anecdotes, market briefs, and concise summaries of research findings. Illustrated with 12 fact-rich market data tables, the report offers a rudimentary overview of the aviation security industry, highlights latest market trends and demand drivers, in addition to providing statistical insights. Regional markets briefly abstracted and covered include US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World.

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AVIATION SECURITY

A GLOBAL OUTLOOK, JANUARY 2011

CONTENTS

1. MARKET REVIEW 1
The Emergence of the Need for Aviation Security 1
The Need to Continuously Upgrade Security Measures 1
Global Market Overview 2
Airport Security Market Numbers 2
Table 1: World Market for Airport Security Equipment by
Region - Annual Sales in US$ Million from 2010 through 201os5
for US, Canada, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World 3

Table 2: World Market for Airport Security Equipment by
Region (2011 & 2015) - Percentage Share Breakdown of Dollar
Sales for US, Canada, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World 4
Market Outlook 4
Future Prospects for Aviation Security Equipment Brighter 4
X-Ray Security Screening Market to Surge 5
Aviation Security Future Promises Growth 5
Global Airports - Moving Up the Security Ladder 6
High R&D Investment - A Significant Boost for the Aviation Sector 6
Perimeter Security - The First Line of Defense 6
New Technologies, Cost Savings Drive Perimeter Security Market 7
Airports to Accelerate RFID Systems Adoption 7

2. TECHNOLOGY TRENDS AND ISSUES 8
Aviation Security - A Market Driven by Technology 8
Technology - A Dominant Force Propelling Market Growth 8
The Next Generation of Aviation Security Technologies 8
New Cargo Bomb Incident to Increase Demand for Imaging Equipment 9
New Technologies Bode Enhanced Efficiency in Detecting Threats 9
Biometrics - The Future Technology for Aviation Security 9
Biometrics - Growth Drivers 10
Biometrics - Growth Inhibitors 10
Biometrics Research - Ongoing and Advancing 11
Future Technologies to Reconceptualize Passenger Screening 11
Behavioral Analysis - A Potential Screening Tool 12
Advanced Technology - Issues and Concerns Abound 12

3. AVIATION SECURITY OVERVIEW 13
Aviation Security 13
Threats to Aviation Security 13
Airport Security Prior to 9/11 14
The Security Check Process 14
Types of Security Systems 14
Explosives Detection Systems 15
Metal Detectors 15
Body X-ray Systems 15
Portable Explosive Trace Detector 16
RFID Technology-based Systems 16
Perimeter and Access Control Systems 16
Boundary Security Systems 16
Perimeter Protection Systems 17
Biometric Systems 17
Human Access Control Systems 17
Vehicular Access Control Systems 18
Monitoring Systems 18
Other Security Systems and Devices 18
Bomb Disposal Squads 19
Dog Squads 19

4. PRODUCT LAUNCHES / INNOVATIONS 20
iD1 Technology Consultants to Introduce TrustPath and TruSec 20
HCL Technologies Unveils AeroPASS Personal Identification
Verification Card 20
Oviv Security Technologies to Unveil Remote Control for Ground
Security System 20
Panasonic Provides Iris Readers for Quick Security Check at
Airports 21
Panasonic System Solutions Introduces Novel Dome Cameras 21
Honeywell Unveils Pro-Watch® with VISTA Integration 21
Honeywell Unveils Pro-Watch® Release 3.7 21
Sense Holdings Develops Novel Explosive Detection Device 22
AS&E Unveils Backscatter Technologies for Liquid Explosive
Detection 22
Honeywell Introduces Pro-Watch® Airport Pack 22
Raytheon Showcases IASS to Guard Airport Perimeters, Crucial
Areas 22
Raytheon Develops Ground-based Defense System 23
Reveal Imaging Offers ImageNet™ to Network CT-80 EDS and
Workstations 23
DreamBox Offers Centralized Security Management System 23
Northrop Grumman Develops Layered Defense for Airport Security 23
Smiths Detection Introduces Sentinel II EDS 24
Senstar-Stellar Launches Perimeter Security Systems 24
Optosecurity Develops Airport Security System 24
Sagem Défense Sécurité Unveils Morpho-Epass for e-passports 24
Siemens Business Services Introduces Airport Boarding Solution 24
Future Fibre Technologies Launches FFT CAMS™ 2.3 Version 24
Bosch Expands VoIP Encoders Portfolio 25
GE Introduces EntryScan4 25
Verint Launches Nextiva™ CI Video Security Solution 25
Viisage Introduces Face Recognition System at Manchester Airport 25
Sacramento Airport Installs New Explosive Detector 25
BlastGard Launches New Product Line in Partnership with Nordisk 25
Implant Sciences Unveils Quantum Sniffer Devices 26

5. STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS 27
Safran Acquires L-1 Identity Solutions 27
HSS Bags Multi-Year Contract for Security Services form
Airports in Denver and Detroit 27
Executives at Microsemi Acquire Assets of Brijot Imaging Systems 27
Morpho Obtains ECAC Clearance for CTX 5800 EDS 28
PASSURs Program Receives Contract Extension from Federal
Aviation Administration 28
Philadelphia International Airport Acquires Nabco Suspect
Luggage Containment Vessel from Nabco 28
Saab Inks Definitive Agreement to Acquire Sensis 29
Siemens Introduces Siemens Apron Baggage Screening Solution
for Los Angeles International Airport 29
Ducommun to Take Over LaBarge 29
ADT Security Services Acquires Proximex 29
Airports Selects L-3 Communications for Aviation Security
Screening Equipment 30
Smiths Detection Bags Contract 30
Italian Department of Transport Authorizes Morpho's Itemiser
DX ETD System 30
Analogic's eXaminer® XLB EDS Passes ECAC Evaluation 30
Garda Security Group Enters into Agreement with Kolossal Security 30
Smiths Detection Obtains Contract from CATSA 31
ITT Acquires Airport Operations Solutions Group of SRA
International 31
FLIR Systems Acquires ICx Technologies 31
Securitas to Take Over Reliance Security Services 32
TSA Selects Rapiscan for Deploying X-Ray Baggage Inspection
Systems at US Airports 32
Morpho Detection Deploys Explosives Detection Systems at
Terminal 3 of IGIA, India 33
XRD 3500 of Morpho Detection Receives ECAC Standard 3
Certification 33
SAIC Acquires Reveal Imaging Technologies 33
Reveal Imaging and Grupo Aeroportuario Ink Contract 33
DHL Express Inks Memorandum of Understanding with Emirates Group 34
United Technologies Acquires GE Security 34
Smiths Detection Bags Contract from Quito International Airport 34
Smiths Detection Bags Contract for New Doha International Airport 35
L-3 Security & Detection Systems Orders Explosives Detection
Systems from Analogic 35
Safran Takes Over Majority Stake in Airport- Security Business
from General Electric 35
AS&E Receives Order from Middle Eastern Customer for
Backscatter Technology 36
Stansted Airport Initiates Security Gates Testing 36
Schiphol Airport to Deploy New Security Systems 36
NetJets Europe Acquires Majority Stake in Egelsbach Airport 37
Munich Airport Installs Thermal Imaging Cameras 37
Bosch Group Acquires Extreme CCTV 38
L-3 Communications Takes Over HAS Systems 38
Argyle Security Takes Over Com-Tec Security 38
L-3 Communications Acquires Electro-Optical Operations of
Northrop Grumman 38
Bioscrypt Pockets A4Vision 38
Securitas Acquires SATS, Servicios De Seguridad 39
Securitas Acquires G4S' German Business 39
Swissport Bags Ground Handling Services License in SA 39
Honeywell to Supply Traffic Surveillance System to Airbus 39
Northrop Grumman Receives SEMS II Contract 39
ARINC Receives Contract from Ferndale Electric 40
L-3 Communications Awards Contract to Analogic 40
GE Security Installs DirecDoor™ at King Abdulaziz
International Airport 40
Viisage Takes Over Iridian Technologies 41
L-1 Identity Solutions Acquires ComnetiX 41
United Technologies Acquires E-Security Business of Rentokil 41
Siemens Wins Contract from Swinerton Builders 41
Unisys Collaborates with AENA to Enhance Airport Security in
Spain 42
SITA Introduces New Baggage Reconciliation System at Bangalore
Airport 42
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to Install Verint's
Nextiva™ 42
L-3 Communications Secures Order from Mexico City
International Airport 42
Eugene Airport Installs Reveal Imaging's Baggage Scanning
Equipment 42
Guardian Technologies Inks Contract with Logos Imaging 43
NICE Systems Delivers Surveillance Solutions to Washington
Airport 43
Westchester County Airport Deploys Cutting Edge Security System 43
ICT Equips Two Explosive Detection Equipment 43
Cleveland Hopkins Airport Mounts a Novel Screening Solution 43
Orlando International Airport to Improve Security Screening 43
Orlando International Airport Installs GE's Screening Kiosks 44
Saflink Announces Selection for Airport Security Program 44
Indra Bags Two Airport Security Contracts for Beijing Olympics 44
Visual Defence Refurbishes CCTV Surveillance System of Toronto
Airport 44
Bioscrypt, Labcal Ally for Biometric System 44
NICE Systems Secures Order for Canadian Airport 45
British Airways to Deploy Biometric Screening System 45
NICE Systems Offers Security Gear to Bangkok's New
International Airport 45
Suvarnabhumi Airport to Set up Advanced Biometric Scanning
Technology 45
New Zealand Deploys New Explosive Trace Detection Equipment at
Airport 45
Indian Airports Tighten Baggage Inspection System 45
TraceGuard Installs EDS at Israels Key Airport 46
Smiths Group Divests Aerospace Business to GE 46
Bosch Acquires Telex Communications 46
Viisage Pockets Iris Recognition Company, SecuriMetrics 46
Rannoch Acquires ERA 46
GE Takes Over Minority Stake in Verified ID 47
Viisage Merges with Identix 47
OSI Systems, TraceScan Collaborate Over Airport Security Device 47
L-3 Communications Secures Contract from U.S. TSA 47
AS&E Deploys SmartCheck™ Personnel Screening System at Arizona
Airport 47
AS&E Secures Contract from Middle East Agency 48
Iraq Renews Airport Security Contract with Global Strategies
Group 48
Analogic Secures Contract for EXACT™ Systems 48
Analogic Wins Contract for COBRA™ Based EDS Devices 48
Rapiscan Secures Multiple Orders for Checkpoint X-Ray Systems 48
Rapiscan Secures Orders for Multi-View X-Ray System 49
Rapiscan Systems Kicks Off Manufacturing Facility in Mississippi 49
Raytheon, McNeil Join Hands for Security Screening Services 49
Smyrna Airport Upgrades Surveillance Solutions 49
Redmond Airport Mounts CT-80 Explosive Detection Systems 49
Salt Lake City Airport Installs Explosives Detection Machines 50
Austin Straubel Airport Mounts Explosives Detection Systems
from Reveal 50
IRIS Research Subsidiary to Collect Passenger Data from Waco
Regional Airport 50
Norfolk, Albany Airports Position Explosives Detection Machines 50
Raytheon Secures Contract from Port Authority of New Jersey/
New York 50
Sensis Offers ASDE-X at Bradley International Airport 50
San Francisco International Airport Sets Out CCTV Technology 51
GE Wins Huge Order for "Puffer" Explosives Detection Portals 51
Bloomington Airport to Deploy Security Equipment 51
DynaPel Establishes Aviation Security Division 51
Bloomington Airport Deploys Security Equipment 51
Portland International Airport Installs Explosives Detection
Trace Portals 51
Unisys Signs Abeo, Fidelica for Airport Project 51
GARDA, CATSA Extend Security Contract 52
Pearson Airport to Set up Biometric Security Program for
Passengers 52
Narita International Airport Orders GE's CTX 9000 Dsi EDS for
Checked Baggage 52
L-3 Communications Supplies Baggage Screening Solution to
Kansai Airport 52
SAS Sweden Deploys Biometric System for Check-in, Luggage Track 52
Rapiscan Systems Delivers Rapiscan RTT120 CT Systems to MAG 52
Manchester Airport Adopts Iris Scanners 53
Heathrow Airport Deploys Biometric Trials 53
Sensis Offers MDS, Aerobahn for Paris Orly Airport 53
Finnish Airport Deploys Smart CCTV Technology 53
L-3 Communications Supplies Explosives Detection System for
Heathrow Airport 53
Bristol International Airport Signs G4S for Security Services 54
Magal Security Systems Inks Deal with European Airport 54
Schiphol Airport Deploys Iris Scanning System 54
Unisys, Brussels Airport Company Extend Outsourcing Contract 54
Unisys Signs Pact with Air France KLM Group 54
Malmo Airport Installs New Biometric Scan System 54
Kurumoch International Adopts Biometric Control for Frequent
Travelers 54
Smiths Wins Security Systems Order for Thai Airways 55
Verint Installs Nextiva at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 55
Batam to Spend RP30 M For Digital CCTVs 55
Sydney Airport Extends Contract with SNP 55
Cross Match Technologies Offers Authenticator- 200 Passport
Readers 55
Hyderabad International Airport to Feature Latest Security
Solutions 55
Nuctech Deploys Liquid Security Scanners Across China 55
Verex Supplies Security Solutions to SAA 56
Smiths Detection Receives Dubai Airport Contract 56
Iraq Rekindles Airport Security Agreement withDubai Company 56
GE Receives Contract from Dubai Civil Aviation 56
Nassau International Airport Rolls Out GE's EDS 56
Panasonic Security Partners with AirVisual for Integrated
Remote Systems Solution 56
Rapiscan Secures Contract from TSA 57
Reveal Imaging Technologies Offers EDS at Kansas City
International Airport 57
Iridian Technologies Unveils New Version of Iris Recognition
Algorithm 57
SITA Receives Security Contract 57
BroadWare Inks Partnership Agreement with VBrick Systems 58
Raytheon Bags Contracts from Four Major Airports 58
Smiths Bags Supply Contract from Changi International Airport 59
Viisage Secures Supply Contract from SERPRO 59
Unisys Cooperates on Secure Border Initiative 59
SITA Agrees to Provide Check-in Work Stations to JFK
International Airport 59
Sacramento International Airport Installs Smith's Explosive
Detection Scanners 60
Guardian to Deploy Threat Detection Software at Russian Airports 60
Honeywell to Equip Houston Airports with RVS System 60

6. REGIONAL MARKETS 61
The United States 61
US Aviation Security Market 61
Perimeter Security Systems Post Significant Market Growth
across North America 62
Failed Aircraft Bombing Incidence Fuels Change in US Aviation
Security Strategy 62
Current Aviation Security System in the US Draws Significant
Flak 63
Whole Body Scanners Become a Norm in the US 63
EDS Market All Set for Renewed Growth 63
Leading Aviation Security Infrastructure Manufacturers 64
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Spending in
Aviation Security 64
Table 3: Summary of ARRA Funds Invested in US Aviation
Security Space between February 2009 and February 2010 65
US Investments in Aviation Security Remains Strong in Fiscal
2011 65
Table 4: US Fiscal Year 2011 Budget Allocation for Airport
Security 66
The Emergence of Regulations and the Role of Government 66
The Aviation Transportation Security Act and TSA 66
TSA's Compliance on Mandate for Air Cargo Screening on
Passenger Aircraft 67
TSA's Initiatives to Enhance Aviation Security 68
Announces Plan to Source and Deploy Various Screening
Technologies in 2008 68
TSA Plans Deployment of Additional X-ray Machines and Body
Imagers in 2008 68
Awards Private Screening Contract to Trinity Technology in 2006 68
Awards Airport Security Contract to Aviation Security in 2006 69
Government Agencies' Initiatives to Combat Aviation Terrorism 69
US Market Analytics 70
Table 5: The US Market for Airport Security Equipment by
Product Segment - Annual Sales in US$ Million from 2010
through 2015 for Fire and Explosives Detection, Perimeter
and Access Control Equipment, Monitoring Equipment and
Others 70

Table 6: The US Market for Airport Security Equipment by
Product Segment (2011 & 2015) - Percentage Share Breakdown
of Dollar Sales for Fire and Explosives Detection, Perimeter
and Access Control Equipment, Monitoring Equipment and
Others 71
Canada 71
Aviation Security Overview 71
Canadian Government Highly Committed to Aviation Security 72
Canada Initiates New Security Measures at Airports 72
Canada Launches New Security Measures for Air Cargo 73
Canada Announces Investment in Aviation Security 73
Break-up of the Government of Canada Funding to the CATSA to
Acquire New Airport Security Screening Equipment: 2009-2010 74
Airport Security Plans - A National Priority 74
Canadian Market Analytics 75
Table 7: Canadian Airport Security Equipment Market -
Annual Sales in US$ Million from 2010 through 2015 75
Japan 75
Aviation Security Overview 75
Europe 76
Aviation Security Overview 76
European Market Analytics 77
Table 8: European Market for Airport Security Equipment by
Product Segment - Annual Sales in US$ Million from 2010
through 2015 for Fire and Explosives Detection, Perimeter
and Access Control Equipment, Monitoring Equipment and
Others 77

Table 9: European Market for Airport Security Equipment by
Product Segment (2011 & 2015) - Percentage Share Breakdown
of Dollar Sales for Fire and Explosives Detection,
Perimeter and Access Control Equipment, Monitoring
Equipment and Others 78
Concerns over Cargo Safety Drives Tightening of Aviation
Security across Europe 78
New Incident Brings Vulnerability of Cargo Screening
Processes to the Surface 79
Enhanced Aviation Security Measures Increase Operational Costs 79
Escalating Passenger Traffic Makes Prospects Lucrative for
Screening Equipment 79
EU Regulatory Framework on Aviation Security 80
Common Rules Stated in Regulation (EC) No 300/2008 80
New Aviation Security Rules Aim at Simplifying Procedures 80
UK Airports to Rely on Facial Recognition Technology 81
French Airport Security Overview 81
Spanish Airport Security Overview 82
Asia-Pacific 82
Aviation Security Overview 82
Airport Security Spending Rises in Asian Airports 82
Robust Outlook for Aviation Security Market in Asia 83
Table 10: Asia-Pacific Market for Airport Security Equipment
by Region - Annual Sales in US$ Million from 2010 through
2015 84

Table 11: Asia-Pacific Market for Airport Security Equipment
by Region - Percentage Share Breakdown of Dollar Sales for
2011 & 2015 85
Demand Drivers for Aviation Security Equipment 85
Seamless Technologies Gain Momentum 86
Security in International Travel 86
Aviation Security Spending Takes toll on Airport Expenditure
(Asia-Pacific) 86
Competitive Landscape 87
China 87
Aviation Security Overview 87
Fast Growing Chinese Aviation Industry Augurs well for
Security Equipment 88
Activities Underway 88
The Civil Aviation Administration of China 88
Hong Kong 89
Aviation Security Overview 89
India 89
Aviation Security Overview 89
Aviation Security Gains Prominence in India 90
India Embarks on Revamping Aviation Security Activities 90
India Joins the Elite List of Countries Complying Global
Aviation Rules 91
Indian Civil Aviation Market Strives to Achieve Global
Security Standards 91
Demand for Security Equipment, Systems and Software to
Skyrocket 92
Passenger Traffic Increases Push Need for Tightened Security 92
Growth Inhibitors 92
Regulations and Government Initiatives 92
Deployment of Body Scanners Faces Hurdles in India 93
South Korea 93
Aviation Security Overview 93
Thailand 94
Aviation Security Overview 94
Indonesia 94
Aviation Security Overview 94
Malaysia 95
Aviation Security Overview 95
Expansion Projects - A Recent Past Perspective 95
Focus on Select Operators 96
Australia 96
Aviation Security Overview 96
Australian Government to Trail Virtual Strip Searches 97
Singapore 97
Aviation Security Overview 97
New Zealand 97
Aviation Security Overview 97
Security Review Proposes New Security Measures 98
Aviation Security Charges Escalate 98
Rest of World 98
The Middle East 98
Spending on Airport Security to Rise in the Middle East 98
Cargo Security in the Middle East Calls for Significant
Improvement 99
Middle East at the Forefront of Biometric Adoption 99
Morocco Invests in Airport Security Systems 99
UAE Leads Aviation Security Spending in the Middle East 100
New Hi-Tech Scanners At Bahrain's Airport Ease Passenger Flow 100
Beleaguered Yemen Inks Agreement with UAE for Aviation Security 100
Nigeria Steps Up Aviation Security Efforts 101
Rest of World Market Analytics 102
Table 12: Rest of World Market for Airport Security
Equipment- Annual Sales in US$ Million from 2010 through 2015 102

GLOBAL DIRECTORY

The need for aviation security emerged as frequency of incidents involving security breaches increased over the years. Although security in the global aviation sector was tightened following 2001, sporadic incidents of security breach continue to emerge worldwide, consequent to which the aviation industry increased further efforts to tighten the noose and beef up security at airports. Further growth is expected as construction of several new airports is planned or is underway throughout Asia-Pacific and Europe to accommodate the growing global air traffic. China alone is expected to construct more than close to 100 new airports in the next ten years. As need for security evolves internationally, particularly within the largest aviation security market, the US, the worldwide aviation security technologies market is aligned for long-term growth.

As stated by the new industry report on Aviation Security, North America is expected to continue its dominance in the aviation security market worldwide, which is a result of sustained investments in the aviation security equipment and technologies in the region. Demand is expected to be strong from other regions, such as Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. Countries in these regions are embarking on large-scale new international airport construction and expansion plans that are expected to offer significant revenue opportunities for companies engaged in offering aviation security technologies and systems. Growth in the Middle East aviation security market is expected to be driven by significant growth in aviation infrastructure in the region. Rapid economic growth in the region is driving demand for civil aviation, which in turn is driving increasing investments in building new airports.

Most airports worldwide use US aviation security technologies, reflecting the leading position of US aviation security technology providers in the global market. Since the mid-1990s, there has been a significant increase in international customers visiting the US seeking security technologies, resulting in sales of scores of advanced US security technologies. As demand for security technologies grows unabated, the next generation of aviation security technologies would be smaller, lighter, faster and cheaper. With capability to detect even more diverse types of threats, these new systems would have an edge in terms of user-friendliness, and would have a less intruding affect on civil liberties of passengers. The new generation of security technologies and systems would also be very much adaptable to airports where they are deployed. Moreover, the requirements for harmonized security would give way to cohesive systems of baggage handling, passenger management and cargo shipments to be designed around existing and future technologies.

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