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Research and Markets: Border Security Applications to Dominate $25B Radar Security Market by 2022

Research and Markets predicts that the radar security market will continue growth to reach a value of $25.17 billion by 2022 at a compound annual growth rate of 5.9 percent as demand for the technology increases. Countries interested in radar security systems to protect their borders and critical infrastructure will help drive market growth, …

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MarketsandMarkets Forecasts 8.3% CAGR for Airport, Marine Port Security Market Through 2025

A MarketsandMarkets report forecasts the airport and marine port security market’s value will grow from $53.84 billion this year to $110.52 billion in 2025, representing an 8.3 percent compound annual growth rate. The research firm said Friday the market growth will be driven by governmental efforts to implement advanced security systems at various ports of entry. The …

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TechNavio Names Top 5 Military Manpack and Vehicular Radio Vendors

 TechNavio released a new report in February on global military manpack and vehicular radio systems that includes the research firm’s list of the top five vendors in the field and other prominent companies. The Global Military Manpack and Vehicular Radios Market 2016-2020 report named Barrett Communications, Finmeccanica, Harris, Radmor and Thales as the five key vendors in …

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Raytheon Updates Bradley Commander’s Primary Sight; Duane Gooden Comments

Raytheon has upgraded the company’s integrated electro/optic system offering with new features such as dual-band thermal imager and a high-definition color camera. The third-generation Commander’s Primary Sight also incorporates laser range finder, laser designator, visible and infrared laser pointers and line-of-sight director, Raytheon said Tuesday. Duane Gooden, vice president of Raytheon’s …

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NanoMarkets: Radiation Detection Device Demand to Grow in Domestic Security, Military Markets

A new NanoMarkets report predicts that the radiation detection device market will reach a value of $1.92 billion for domestic security applications and $868 million for military applications by 2020. The company said Jan. 5 that the military and security sectors are the fastest-growing markets for radiation detection devices due to an …

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Army Tests Northrop’s Handheld Laser Targeting Device; Gordon Stewart Comments

The U.S. Army has conducted developmental testing on the Northrop Grumman-developed Hand Held Precision Targeting Device at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico to demonstrate the device’s target engagement functions. The company said Wednesday that the Army’s Rapid Equipping Force and Program Executive Office’s Project Manager – Soldier Sensors and Lasers evaluated the digitally …

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Doug Smith, Oceus Networks CEO, on Mobile Device Security and Broadband Tech Advances

Doug Smith, CEO of Reston, Va.-based broadband services contractor Oceus Networks, spoke with ExecutiveBiz last year after testifying to House lawmakers next-generation mobile technology in the federal government. He described collaborative efforts with agencies to help them acquire new devices and manage the spectrum needed for the devices. Smith recently caught …

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Raytheon, Danish Company Showcase Long-Range Infrared System

Raytheon and Denmark-based Falck Schmidt Defense Systems have unveiled am infrared sensor designed to provide situational awareness capabilities to soldiers inside armored fighting vehicles. The long-range reconnaissance and surveillance FLIR system is built for automobiles and towers that are used to survey battlefields and target areas, Raytheon said Thursday. Jeff Miller, Raytheon …

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Lockheed Targeting European ISR Market; Mark Grablin Comments

Lockheed Martin expects an invitation to tender from a European Union border security organization interested in buying the company’s ISR services (intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance services), National Defense Magazine reports. Mark Grablin, the company’s director of airborne reconnaissance systems, told Valerie Insinna and a group of reporters Frontex is seeking …

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