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Unattended Ground Sensors

  • Published: December 2009
  • 42 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan

Need for More Comprehensive Situational Awareness Drives Growth in the Unattended Ground Sensors Market

UGS systems have been attracting huge attention from participants in the defense arena owing to the benefits they confer for surveillance, target detection, border security, and other areas involving homeland protection. These systems have found greater significance due to their unique capabilities, including real-time image capture, video relays, and other intelligence inputs to command centers located in remote areas. The need to support enhanced situational awareness is one of the strongest factors driving the deployment of UGS systems. Governments in the region have initiated a number of projects to establish a sound security support system. "The rising instances of border trespassing have clearly exposed the shortcomings in the functionality of the existing homeland security systems," notes the analyst of this research service. "UGS systems could potentially fill this gap, as they provide a unique platform to ensure remote surveillance even in complex landscapes and locations beyond the reach of defense personnel." Companies are also considering the use of UGS systems READ MORE >

1. Executive Summary

- 1.1 Research Overview

- - 1.1 a Research Snapshot

- - 1.1 b Key Findings

- 1.2 Scope and Methodology

- - 1.2 a Research Scope

- - 1.2 b Research Methodology

2. Strategic Assessment of Industry Environment

- 2.1 Technology and Application Viewpoint

- - 2.1 a Technology Primer

- - 2.1 b Application Viewpoint

- 2.2 Force-Field Analysis

- - 2.2 a Assessment of Drivers

- - 2.2 b Assessment of Challenges

3. Technology Overview and Global Developments

- 3.1 Industry Trends and Insights

- - 3.1 a Analyst Insights

- - 3.1 b Assessment of Key Government Initiatives and Programs

- 3.2 Global Innovations and the Road Ahead

- - 3.2 a Vendor Innovations

- - 3.2 b The Road Ahead for UGS

4. Patents; Contacts; Glossary

- 4.1 Patents and Key Contacts

- - 4.1 a Patents – I

- - 4.1 b Patents – II

- 4.2 Glossary and Appendix

- - 4.2 a Glossary

- - 4.2 b Key Industry Contacts

5. Decision Support Database

- 5.1 Decision Support Tables

- - 5.1 a Military R&D Expenditure--World (2002 to 2012)

- - 5.1 b Military Expenditure as Percentage of GDP--World (2002 to 2012)

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