Security is best defined as a unique combination of integrity, confidentiality, and availability of certain advanced objects. The attacker trying to encroach security is called “threat”. It could a human being or even as autonomous computer program. Threat detection is the advanced system launched to detect threat thereby ensuring the security of the organization it is deployed in. The key factor driving the global threat detection system market is the increasing incidence of terrorist infiltrations and the consequent government initiatives to ensure better protection of public infrastructure such as railway stations, malls, and airports among others, and human lives.
A threat detection system may include intrusion detector, explosive detection, nuclear and radiological detector, and others. The global threat detection market can be segmented based on application, product, and regions. Based on products, the market can be classified into laser, video surveillance, dosimeter, radar, and biometric. Of these, the video surveillance segment is expected to enjoy dominance in the global market due to the high demand at commercial places, public avenues, and industry premises. In terms of application, the market can be classified into public infrastructure, defense, industrial, commercial, institutional, and others.
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The report studies in detail the factors impacting the market’s trajectory across the aforementioned segments. It is compiled using information obtained from trusted industrial sources through extensive primary and secondary research. The report also includes an in-depth qualitative and quantitative assessment of the market based on data gathered from industry leaders and participants across key segments.
The global threat detection system market gains pace from the rising demand for advanced threat detection methods to ensure protection against territorial conflicts, terrorist activities, and geopolitical instabilities. In addition, the increasing demand for large-scale surveillance systems is driving the global threat detection system market, which is also expected to gain from the demand for devices such as biometric systems, explosive detectors, and video surveillance systems. These devices are mostly deployed across public infrastructure such as railway stations, institutions, airports, hospitals, and malls.
Despite witnessing positive growth, the high cost threat detection system is expected to pose major threat to the market. These systems do not provide a cost-effective or operational response to the real demand of the industry, which is inhibiting its widespread uptake in aviation and transportation. Furthermore, concerns pertaining to the intrusion of privacy and technological limitations often associated with these systems could limit their deployment. Nevertheless, the increasing demand for biometric systems in commercial buildings and the latest technological advancements are expected to help the market to gain pace in the near future.
In order to study the competition prevalent in the global threat detection system market, the report profiles some of the leading players operating therein. For instance, profiles of companies such as Safran S.A., Smiths Group PLC, RAE Systems Inc., Thales S.A., FLIR Systems Inc., ChemImage Sensor Systems, Rapiscan Systems Inc., Mirion Technologies Inc., Chemring Group plc, and Axis Communication AB are included in the report. It covers information such as the product portfolio of the companies profiled, their leading marketing strategies, financial report, and development status.