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Global Border Control Market Assessment

  • ID: 2099159
  • December 2011
  • Region: Global
  • 186 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan

Unprecedented Level of Control over Identity Management Makes a Robust Case for E-passports in the Global Border Control Market

E-passports Account for 69.2 Per Cent of the Total Sales of the Border Control Market in 2010

A key finding of the 9/11 Commission Report was that for terrorists, travel documents are just as important as weapons. This is the reason border control systems based on biometric applications have become the solution of choice in identifying potential threats. There is considerable emphasis on the identification of immigrants using e-Passports and e-Visas to channel biometric data to destination countries to reduce illegal immigration.

As the growing mobility of people necessitates the use of e-Passports, e-Visas, e-Gates and infrastructure to support the systems, the border control market is expected to earn a double digit compound annual growth rate of 17.6 per cent from 2011 to 2019. The universal penetration of e-Passport, e-Visas and e-Gate systems is in response to the efforts of biometrics associations, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standards, governments and border control application vendors to develop international READ MORE >

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1. Executive Summary

2. Market Overview

3. Total Border Control Market
- 3.1 External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints
- 3.2 Forecasts and Trends
- 3.3 Demand Analysis
- 3.4 Market Share and Competitive Analysis
- 3.5 Border Control Technology
- 3.6 e-Passport Segment Breakdown
- 3.7 e-Visa Segment Breakdown
- 3.8 e-Gate Segment Breakdown

4. Country Forecasts
- 4.1 The United States
- 4.2 Canada
- 4.3 Brazil
- 4.4 The United Kingdom
- 4.5 Germany
- 4.6 France
- 4.7 Italy
- 4.8 Spain
- 4.9 Turkey
- 4.10 Saudi Arabia
- 4.11 The United Arab Emirates
- 4.12 Nigeria
- 4.13 India
- 4.14 Pakistan
- 4.15 China
- 4.16 Indonesia
- 4.17 Japan
- 4.18 South Korea
- 4.19 Russia
- 4.20 Australia

5. The Last Word (Conclusions and Implications)

6. Appendix

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Question What details are included on e-Gates within this report?
Answer This report does not analyse e-gates in isolation. It has a revenue forecast on e-gates and further provides e-gate revenue forecasts for the 20 countries covered in the report. However, the report does not provide unit shipment forecasts nor does it split the revenue forecasts for e-gates into further technology sub-segments.

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