Visiongain Report Forecasts US, Europe Growth in Homeland Security Market

Visiongain published on Oct. 10 a new report on the $238-billion homeland security market that forecasts renewed growth for prime markets in Europe and North America and a surge in demand from Asia and the Middle East.

The market analyst said the industry is poised to go through an expansion as it takes in new security frameworks and technologies.

The 584-page report discusses industry activity, more than 300 contracts, projects and programs, the key players in the field and their areas of revenue, the homeland security companies of the world and their potential for market growth.

It also includes individual forecasts for 25 countries, in addition to the forces and issues that influence homeland security’s nine key submarkets, the product developers and others on the value chain.

Company profiles with their future outlook include those from BAE Systems, Boeing, Booz Allen Hamilton, Computer Sciences Corp., Elbit Systems, General Dynamics, Honeywell International, IBM, L-3 Communications, Leidos, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Qinetiq and Raytheon.

The Homeland Security Market Forecast 2014-2024: Public Safety, Intelligence, Infrastructure, Border, Cybersecurity, Maritime, Aviation, CBRN, Mass Transit report also examines businesses’ prospects in the security sector.

London-based Visiongain said its business intelligence is based on industry input, and in-depth market analysis of primary and secondary research on global, submarket and regional data.

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