Global Counter IED – Markets & Technologies Forecast – 2008-2012

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Publication: 07/2007, Pages: 279, Tables & Figures:

Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) Evolved Over the Past Few Years from a Tactical “Nuisance” Threat to a Strategic Problem – Challenging the Tactics, Strategies and War-Fighting Capabilities of Established Armies Worldwide…


Global Counter IED - Markets & Technologies Forecast - 2008-2012 Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) evolved over the past few years from a tactical “nuisance” threat to a strategic problem – challenging the tactics, strategies and war-fighting capabilities of established armies worldwide. The result should be a revaluation and major changes to military doctrines world wide, impacting outlooks, makeup and budgets for decades to come. This world-changing trend is described, examined and analyzed in detail in this report: The report arrives at some surprising conclusions about the ways the IED threat will influence the evolution of militaries in general and counter IED technologies in particular. The report examines existing and evolving strategies and technologies and highlights the advantages and disadvantages of adopting each technology. Among others, the new research report focuses on the following areas:
  1. Global Counter-IED Business Opportunities – New market entrants with a technological edge are presented with market entry opportunities in several multi-billion dollar markets
  2. Analysis of 71 current and future counter-IED technologies by tactical segments (e.g., Prediction, Detection, Prevention, Neutralization and Destruction, Mitigation)
  3. 2008-2012 Global Procurement, Services and Upgrade Market forecasts (2008-2012 aggregate market totaling $23.2 billion with an outlay of $29.4 billion)
  4. 2008-2012 Global market forecasts analyzed and segmented by region (e.g., U.S., Europe, India, Israel, China, Arab Word)
  5. Global Counter-IED Market Growth opportunities segmented by region
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1. Administration 21
1.1. Scope of This Report 21
1.2. Methodology 21
1.3. Basic Scenario Assumptions 22
2. Executive Summary 23
2.1. IEDs: A Tactical Threat – A Strategic Problem 23
2.2. Major Findings 25
2.3. Major Conclusions 30
2.4. U.S. Counter-IED – Installed Base – 2007 34
3. Counter-IED Industry – Programs, Technology and Market Evolution 35
3.1. Counter-IED Programs – FY 2008 35
3.2. Forecasted State of Technology 36
3.3. Fastest Growth Markets 37
3.3.1. Current Growth Markets 37
3.3.2. Growth Markets Outlook 37
3.4. Key Technology Challenges 38
3.5. Market Leaders 38
3.6. Keys to Success 39
4. Counter-IED Market – Business Opportunities 40
4.1. Maintenance and Upgrades (Particularly of Jammers, Robots and Armored Trucks at This Point) 40
4.2. Software/Hardware Upgrade/Additions in the Medium/Long Term 40
4.3. Suicide Bombers Standoff Detection 40
4.4. Suicide Bombers Detonation Neutralization 41
4.5. VBIED Threats Standoff Detection 41
4.6. VBIED Detonation Neutralization 41
4.7. Standoff Explosive Detection in Urban Environment (e.g., parking lots, stadium/shopping mall entrances, secure structures) 41
4.8. Intelligence Analysis for Determination of Possible IED Cells 42
4.9. Large Area Change Detection Coverage 42
4.10. IED Placement Detection 42
4.11. Active Armors for Vehicles 43
5. Counter-IED Industry – Drivers 44
6. Counter-IED Industry – Inhibitors 45
7. Approaches to Countering IED Threat 46
7.1. Prediction 46
7.2. Detection 47
7.3. Prevention 47
7.4. Neutralization and Destruction 48
7.5. Mitigation 48
8. IED and Counter-IED – Detailed Evolution 50
8.1. IED – The Ultimate Asymmetric Weapon – Deployment Methods 51
8.2. Counter-IED Market – Effects of Iraq/Afghanistan Wars 53
8.2.1. Threat Evolution – IEDs in Low Intensity Conflict Zones (Iraq/Afghanistan) 53
8.2.2. Threat Evolution – Foreign Insurgents in Iraq 55
8.3. The Evolution of IED Targets 56
8.3.1. Threat Evolution – Shaped Charges 56
8.3.2. Threat Evolution – Homemade Explosives (HME) 57
8.4. Evolving Threat – Evolving Strategies 57
8.5. The IED Food Chain 60
8.6. Cost of IED Casualty and Equipment Replacement 61
8.6.1. USMC – Cost of Equipment Replacement 62
8.7. Critical Counter-IED Priorities 62
8.8. DARPA – Optimal Features of Counter-IED System (Detection) 62
8.9. Is Counter-IED The "New" Manhattan Project? 63
8.10. History of IED 65
8.10.1. United States 65
8.10.2. Europe 65
8.10.3. Middle East 67
8.10.4. Asia and Pacific Rim 70
9. Global Counter-IED Outlay & Market Forecast – 2008–2012 75
9.1. Global Counter-IED Outlay Forecast – 2008–2012 75
9.2. Scenario I Forecasts 76
9.2.1. Global Counter-IED Equipment Value – 2007 77
9.2.2. Global Counter-IED Outlay: International vs. U.S. Forecasts – 2008–2012 79
9.2.3. Global Counter-IED: Outlay vs. Market Segments Forecasts - 2008-2012 80
9.3. Global Counter-IED Market Forecast – 2008–2012 83
9.3.1. Global Counter-IED Market Forecast by Territory – 2008–2012 84
9.3.2. Global Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments – 2008–2012 86
9.3.3. Global Counter-IED Market Forecast by Market Segments – 2008–2012 88
9.3.4. Global Counter-IED Equipment Procurement Market Forecast – 2008–2012 90
9.3.5. Global Counter-IED Equipment Service Market Forecast – 2008–2012 93
9.3.6. Global Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade Market Forecast – 2008–2012 97
9.4. Scenario II Forecasts 102
9.4.1. Scenario II Counter-IED: Outlay Compared With Market Segments Forecasts 2008–2012 102
9.4.2. Scenario II Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segments Forecast – 2008–2012 103
10. U.S. Counter-IED Programs, Outlay and Market Forecast – 2008–2012 105
10.1. Executive Summary 105
10.2. U.S. Counter-IED Effort – Participating Agencies / Organizations 106
10.2.1. Joint IED Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) 107
10.3. U.S. – DOD Counter-IED Programs – 2008–2012 108
10.3.1. Attack the Network 108
10.3.2. Defeat the Device 109
10.3.3. Train the Forces 110
10.4. U.S. Counter-IED – Testing/Evaluation Facility 111
10.5. U.S. Counter-IED Outlay – 2007 111
10.6. U.S. Counter-IED Outlay Forecast – 2008–2012 115
10.6.1. U.S. Counter-IED Outlay Forecast by Mission Activity – 2008–2012 115
10.6.2. U.S. Counter-IED: Outlay vs. Market Segments Forecasts – 2008–2012 117
10.7. U.S. Counter-IED Market Forecast – 2008–2012 119
10.7.1. U.S. Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments – 2008–2012 119
10.7.2. U.S. Counter-IED Market Forecast by Market Segments – 2008–2012 121
10.7.3. U.S. Counter-IED Equipment Procurement Market Forecast – 2008–2012 122
10.7.4. U.S. Counter-IED Equipment Service Market Forecast – 2008–2012 124
10.7.5. U.S. Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade Market Forecast – 2008–2012 127
11. International (non-U.S.) Counter-IED Outlay and Market Forecast – 2008–2012 131
11.1. Executive Summary 131
11.2. International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Outlay – 2007 132
11.3. International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Outlay Forecast – 2008–2012 133
11.4. International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Market Forecast – 2008–2012 135
11.4.1. International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments – 2008–2012 135
11.4.2. International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Market Forecast by Market Segments – 2008–2012 138
11.4.3. International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Equipment Procurement Market Forecast – 2008–2012 139
11.4.4. International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Equipment Service Market Forecast – 2008–2012 141
11.4.5. International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade Market Forecast – 2008–2012 144
12. Europe and NATO – Counter-IED Market Forecast – 2008–2012 148
12.1. Executive Summary 148
12.2. Threat to Civilian Population in Europe 150
12.2.1. Understanding Europe's Vulnerability to IED 150
12.2.2. Existing European Counter-IED Measures 151
12.2.3. Possible Responses to Increased IED Threat in Europe 154
12.2.4. Recommended Additional Counter-IED Measures 155
12.2.5. NATO Counter Terrorism Technology Development Program (NCTDP) 156
12.3. NATO – Counter-IED Strategy 158
12.3.1. Conference of National Armaments Directors (CNAD) 158
12.3.2. Defense Against Terrorism (DAT) 159
12.3.3. NATO Industrial Advisory Group (NIAG) 159
12.3.4. Allied Command Transformation (ACT) 159
12.4. European Counter-IED Market Forecast – 2008–2012 160
13. Israel – Counter-IED Market Forecast – 2008–2012 162
13.1. Executive Summary 162
13.2. Israel – Sample Innovative Counter-IED Technologies 164
13.2.1. Counter-IED Fuel-Air Explosives 164
13.2.2. Airborne Counter-IED Technology 164
13.2.3. Thor – High Energy Laser IED Neutralization System 164
13.2.4. Wheeled Armored Vehicles 165
13.2.5. Jammers 166
13.3. Market Growth Opportunities 168
13.4. Israel – Counter-IED Market Forecast – 2008–2012 169
14. Russia – Counter-IED Market Outlook 172
15. India – Counter-IED Market Forecast – 2008–2012 173
15.1. Executive Summary 173
15.2. Current Indian Counter-IED Offerings 174
15.3. Major Procurement Markets 175
15.4. India – Market Growth Opportunities 175
15.5. India – Counter-IED Market Forecast – 2008–2012 176
16. Arab World – Counter-IED Market Forecast – 2008–2012 178
16.1. Executive Summary 178
16.2. Major Procurement Markets 179
16.3. Growth Opportunities 179
16.4. Arab World – Counter-IED Market Forecast – 2008–2012 180
17. Central / South America – Counter-IED Market Forecast – 2008–2012 182
17.1. Executive Summary 182
17.2. Major Procurement Markets 183
17.3. Growth Opportunities 183
17.4. Central / South America – Counter-IED Market Forecast – 2008–2012 184
18. China – Counter-IED Market Forecast – 2008–2012 186
18.1. Executive Summary 186
18.2. China – Counter-IED Market Forecast – 2008–2012 188
19. Canine (K-9) 190
20. Counter-IED – Current Technologies 192
20.1.1. Counter-IED – Current State of Technology 192
20.2. Prediction Technologies 194
20.2.1. HazMasterG3® - HAZMAT/CBRNE/IED Decision Support System (Alluviam LLC) 194
20.2.2. IED Trainer - General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems (GD-AIS) 195
20.3. Detection Technologies 197
20.3.1. ACRO-P.E.T – TATP Detector 197
20.3.2. Non-linear Junction Detector (NLJD) 197
20.3.3. MARCbot 198
20.3.4. Georeferencing - BuckEye (Flight Landata) 199
20.3.5. Aerostats 200
20.3.6. UAV Mounted IED Volumetric Detection 201
20.3.7. Counter-IED Reconnaissance Planes 202
20.3.8. PING – Microwave Based Explosive Caches Detector 203
20.4. Prevention Technologies 204
20.4.1. RCIED Jammers 204
20.4.2. Advanced and Nearly Deployed Jammers 207
20.4.3. Counter Infrared-Triggered IEDs 209
20.4.4. The "5 and 25" Campaign 209
20.5. Neutralization and Destruction 210
20.5.1. Ultra Wide Band (UWB) High Powered Electro Magnetics (HPEM) Technology 210
20.5.2. Thor IED Zappers 211
20.5.3. Robots 211
20.5.4. JIN – Joint IED Neutralizer – Ionatron 214
20.5.5. Scorpion II - Alliant Techsystems 215
20.5.6. Mobile Obliteration Platform (MOP) Laser and Ground Penetrating Radar 215
20.5.7. Medium Directional Energetic Tool (MDET) 216
20.6. Mitigation Technologies 217
20.6.1. ARNISI ECM-1 Anti-IED device. 217
20.6.2. Armored Vehicle Samples 217
21. Counter-IED – Emerging Technologies 219
21..1. Prediction – Technologies Outlook 219
21..1.1. Predictive Models for Improvised Explosive Device Countermeasures 220
21..1.2. Combined Exploitation (GEO) Cell, Counter-IED Technology 220
21..1.3. Persistent Operational Surface Surveillance and Engagement (POSSE) 221
21..1.4. Suicide Bomber Tracking 222
21..1.5. Intelligence (Inferential Reasoning and Predictive Techniques) 223
21..1.6. Local Eyes - Human/Cellular Sensor Network 223
21..1.7. Shadow- Aurora – Unmanned Aerial Vehicle with Hyperspectral Sensors Payload 224
21..1.8. Modeling Traffic Flow Strategies in Countering Improvised Explosive Devices 225
21..1.9. Cultural Intelligence for Stability Operations 225
21..1.10. Additional Projects 226
21..2. Detection Technologies Outlook 227
21..2.1. Quantum Entanglement Scanner 227
21..2.2. Pre-Treatment of Roads for Explosives Detection 228
21..2.3. Persistent Surveillance 229
21..2.4. Joint Surveillance Target Attack Ground Moving Target Indicator Radar System - JSTARS GMTI 229
21..2.5. Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) 230
21..2.6. FOPEN – Foliage Penetration - Sensing Through Foliage 231
21..2.7. ELITS™ - Enhanced Laser - Induced Target Spectroscopy 232
21..2.8. Persistent Threat Detection System (PTDS) 233
21..2.9. Roadside Explosive Device X-ray (REX) detecting system REX™ - Roadside X-Ray Explosive Device Detection 233
21..2.10. A Neutron Based Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBID) Detection System 234
21..2.11. Ultra Wide Band (UWB), Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) System for the Detection of Buried and Non-Buried IEDs 235
21..2.12. Deep Ultra Violet Raman Spectroscopy (DUV-RS) Vibrational Spectroscopy Analysis 235
21..2.13. GPS-Tagged Multi-Camera-Video Change Detection on Roads 236
21..2.14. Standoff IED Detection using Coherent Ultra-Broadband Terahertz Sources and Detectors 237
21..2.15. MQ-8B Fire Scout Robo-Chopper - IED Sniffer 237
21..2.16. HAXIS - Hard X-Ray Backscatter System 238
21..2.17. Passive and Active MM Wave (MMW) Sensor IED Detection 239
21..2.18. Peroxide-Based Explosives Detector (TATP) 240
21..2.19. Anti-IED Raptor 240
21..2.20. LIBS-THz Spectroscopy for IED Detection 240
21..2.21. DRONES with RF Emitters for Spotting IEDs 241
21..2.22. Laser Aided IED Spotting 241
21..2.23. VBIED Nanosecond Neutron Analysis (NNA). 242
21..2.24. ASW to IED – Advanced Sonar Sensors 243
21..2.25. Mini Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) 243
21..2.26. ULTOR® System – Real-Time Correlation Processor 244
21..2.27. 3rd Generation FLIR 245
21..2.28. Additional Projects 246
21..3. Prevention Technologies Outlook 247
21..3.1. CREW 3.1 and 3.2 Systems 247
21..3.2. Broad Shield Tactical Manpack (TMP) – Next-Generation Counter-IED Solution. 248
21..3.3. Cellective – Next Generation, Selective Jammer 248
21..3.4. Next Generation Jammer – Syracuse Research Corp. 249
21..3.5. High Power EM Pulse Weapon 249
21..4. Neutralization and Destruction Technologies Outlook 252
21..4.1. NIRF, Neutralizing Improvised Explosive Devices with RF 252
21..4.2. Non-nuclear EMP Weapons (NNEMPW) 252
21..4.3. Laser-Induced Plasma Channel (LIPC) 253
21..5. Mitigation Technologies Outlook 254
21..5.1. SHARK Active Protection System 254
22. Vendors 255
23. Explosives – A Brief Primer 258
24. Suicide Terrorism – The Human IED 261
24.1. Understanding Suicide Terrorism 261
24.2. Suicide Terror – Drivers 263
24.3. Suicide Terror – Inhibitors 263
24.4. How do Suicide Terrorists Operate? 263
24.5. How to Deal with Suicide Terror? 264
24.6. The Future of Suicide Terror 265
24.7. Evolving Counter Suicide Bomber Projects 265
25. Bibliography 266
25.1. Books 266
Figures/Tables Tables
Table 1 U.S. Counter-IED Installed Base - 2007
Table 2 IED Attacks in Iraq
Table 3 IED Fatalities in Iraq by Month (US Forces Only)
Table 4 IED Fatalities in Iraq by Year
Table 5 IED Attacks in Afghanistan
Table 6 Iraq - Estimates of Foreign Insurgents in Iraq - 2007
Table 7 Global Counter-IED Equipment - Units & Value - 2007
Table 8 Counter-IED Equipment - Min and Max Prices by [$K]
Table 9 Global Counter-IED Equipment Procurement Market by Segmentation by [$M] - 2007
Table 10 Global Counter-IED International vs. U.S. Outlay Forecast by [$B] - 2008-2012
Table 11 Global Counter-IED International vs. U.S. Outlay Forecast Share by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 12 Global Counter-IED Outlay vs. Market Segments Forecast [$B] - 2008-2012
Table 13 Global Counter-IED Outlay vs. Market Segments Forecast Share [%] - 2008-2012
Table 14 Global Counter-IED Market Forecast by Territory by [$M] - 2008- 2012
Table 15 Global Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Territory by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 16 Global Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 17 Global Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segments by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 18 Global Counter-IED Market Forecast by Market Segments [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 19 Global Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Market Segments [%] - 2008-2012
Table 20 Global Counter-IED Equipment Procurement Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 21 Global Counter-IED Equipment Procurement Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segments by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 22 Global Counter-IED Equipment Procurement: U.S. vs. International Market Forecast by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 23 U Global Counter-IED Equipment Procurement: U.S. vs. International Market Forecast Share by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 24 Global Counter-IED Equipment Service Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 25 Global Counter-IED Equipment Service Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segments by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 26 Global Counter-IED Equipment Service: U.S. Compared With International Market Forecast by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 27 Global Counter-IED Equipment Service: U.S. Compared With International Market Forecast Share by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 28 Global Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 29 Global Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segments by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 30 Global Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade: U.S. Compared With International Market Forecast by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 31 U Global Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade: U.S. Compared With International Market Forecast Share by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 32 Scenario II Counter-IED Outlay Forecast [$B] by Market Segments- 2008-2012
Table 33 Scenario II Counter-IED Outlay Forecast by Market Segments Share [%] - 2008-2012
Table 34 Scenario II Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$B] - 2008-2012
Table 35 Scenario II Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segments by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 36 U.S. Counter-IED Requested Outlay for 2008 as Portion of Counter-IED Outlay from Total GWOT
Table 37 U.S. IED Defeat Outlay by [$B] - 2006-2008
Table 38 U.S. Counter-IED Funding by Allocation Category [$M]
Table 39 U.S. Counter-IED Funding - % by Effort Type Funding - 2007, 2008
Table 40 U.S. Counter-IED Outlay Forecast by Mission Activity by [$B] -  2008-2012
Table 41 U.S. Counter-IED Outlay Forecast Share by Mission Activity by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 42 U.S. Counter-IED Outlay Compared to Market Segments Forecast [$B] - 2008-2012
Table 43 U.S. Counter-IED Outlay Compared to Market Segments Forecast Share [%] - 2008-2012
Table 44 U.S. Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 45 U.S. Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segment by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 46 U.S. Counter-IED Market Forecast by Market Segments [$M] -  2008-2012
Table 47 U.S. Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Market Segments [%] - 2008-2012
Table 48 U.S. Counter-IED Equipment Procurement Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 49 U.S. Counter-IED Equipment Procurement Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segments by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 50 U.S. Counter-IED Equipment Service Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 51 U.S. Counter-IED Equipment Service Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segments by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 52 U.S. Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 53 U.S. Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segments by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 54 International (Non U.S.) Counter-IED Effort Outlay (Expenditure) - 2007
Table 55 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Outlay Compared With Market Segments Forecast [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 56 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Outlay Compared With Market Segments Forecast Share [%] - 2008-2012
Table 57 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 58 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segments by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 59 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Market Forecast by Market Segments [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 60 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Market Segments [%] - 2008-2012
Table 61 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Equipment Procurement Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 62 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Procurement Equipment Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segments by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 63 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Equipment Service Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 64 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Equipment Service Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segments by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 65 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 66 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segments by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 67 European Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 68 European Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segment by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 69 Israel Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 70 Israel Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segment by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 71 India Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 72 India Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segment by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 73 Arab World Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 74 Arab World Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segment by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 75 Central / South America Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 76 Central / South America Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segment by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 77 China Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] - 2008-2012
Table 78 China Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Tactical Segment by [%] - 2008-2012
Table 79 Cost of Canine (K-9) Per Year
Table 80 HazMasterG3® - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 81 IED Trainer - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 82 ACRO-P.E.T - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 83 Non-linear Junction Detector - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 84 MARCbot - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 85 Georeferencing - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 86 Aerostats - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 87 UAV Mounted IED Volumetric Detection - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 88 Counter-IED Reconnaissance Planes - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 89 Counter-IED Reconnaissance Planes - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 90 Advanced and Nearly Deployed Jammers - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 91 “5 and 25” Campaign - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 92 Ultra Wide Band High Powered Electro Magnetics Technology - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 93 Thor IED Zappers - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 94 Seeker™ Series Robot - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 95 Joint IED Neutralizer - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 96 Scorpion II - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 97 MOP - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 98 MDET - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 99 ARNISI ECM-1 Anti-IED device - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 100 Armored Vehicles - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 101 Predictive Models for Counter-IED - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 102 IED Detection Software - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 103 POSSE - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 104 Suicide Bomber Tracking - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 105 Intelligence - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 106 Shadow- Aurora - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 107 Traffic Flow Strategies in Countering IED - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 108 Cultural Intelligence - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 109 Quantum Entanglement Scanner - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 110 Pre Treatment of Roads for Explosives Detection - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 111 Persistent Surveillance - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 112 JSTARS GMTI - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 113 LIBS - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 114 Scorpion II - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 115 ELITS™ - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 116 PTDS - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 117 REXTM - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 118 VBID - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 119 UWV SAR - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 120 DUV-RS - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 121 GPS-Tagged Multi-Camera-Video Change Detection - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 122 Using of Coherent Ultra-Broadband Terahertz Sources and Detectors - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 123 MQ-8B - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 124 HAXIS - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 125 Passive and Active MM Wave Detectors - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 126 Peroxide-Based Explosives Detector - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 127 LIBS-THz Spectroscopy - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 128 DRONES with RF Emmiters for Spotting IEDs - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 129 Laser Aided IED Spotting - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 130 VBIED Nanosecond Neutron Analysis (NNA) - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 131 ASW to IED - Advanced Sonar Sensors - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 132 Mini Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 133 ULTOR® system - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 134 3rd Generation FLIR - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 135 CREW 3.1 and 3.2 Systems - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 136 TMP - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 137 Cellective - Next Generation, Selective Jammer - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 138 Next Generation Jammer - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 139 High Power EM Pulse Weapon - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 140 NIRF - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 141 Non-nuclear EMP Weapons - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 142 LIPC - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 143 SHARK - Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 144  Counter-IED Market - Vendors

Figures
Figure 1 IED Ready for Detonation
Figure 2 Global Counter-IED Outlay vs. Market Forecast [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 3 IED Fatalities in Iraq – by Year (US & International Forces)
Figure 4 Foreign Insurgents in Iraq – by [%] – FY2005
Figure 5 Shaped Charge – Rear View
Figure 6 Shaped Charge – Point of impact
Figure 7 Counter-IED – Current and Future Strategy
Figure 8 Counter-IED – Mixed Mode Approach
Figure 9 IED Food Chain and Its Relevant Time Frame
Figure 10 Ex-Iraqi C4 – Now in Use by PKK
Figure 11 PKK IED Kit
Figure 12 Global Counter-IED Outlay vs. Market Forecasts [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 13 Global Counter-IED Equipment Procurement Market by Segmentation – by [%] – FY2007
Figure 14 Global Counter-IED International vs. U.S. Outlay Forecast by [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 15 Global Counter-IED International vs. U.S. Outlay Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 16 Global Counter-IED Outlay vs. Market Segments Forecast Share [$B] - 2008–2012
Figure 17 Global Counter-IED Outlay vs. Market Segments Forecast Share [%] - 2007 & 2012
Figure 18 Global Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Territory by [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 19 Global Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Territory by [$B] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 20 Global Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 21 Global Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segments Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 22 Global Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Market Segments [$B] - 2008–2012
Figure 23 Global Counter-IED Procurement Equipment Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 24 Global Counter-IED Equipment Procurement Market by Tactical Segments Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 25 Global Counter-IED Equipment Procurement: U.S. vs. International Market Forecast Share by [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 26 Global Counter-IED Equipment Service Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 27 Global Counter-IED Equipment Service Market by Tactical Segments Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 28 Global Counter-IED Equipment Service: U.S. Compared With. International Market Forecast Share by [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 29 Global Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 30 Global Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade Market by Tactical Segments Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 31 Global Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade: U.S. Compared With International Market Forecast Share by [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 32 Scenario II Counter-IED Outlay Forecast [$B] by Market Segments– 2008–2012
Figure 33 Scenario II Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 34 Total U.S. Counter-IED Outlay Compared to. Market Forecasts [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 35 U.S. Counter-IED Requested Outlay - [%] of Total GWOT Outlay – 2008
Figure 36 U.S IED Defeat Requested Outlay by [$B] – 2008
Figure 37 U.S. Counter-IED Funding by Functional Category [$M]
Figure 38 U.S. Counter-IED Funding – [%] by Effort Type Funding –  2007 & 2008
Figure 39 U.S. Counter-IED Outlay Forecast by Mission Activity by [$B] –  2008–2012
Figure 40 U.S. Counter-IED Outlay Forecast Share by Mission Activity by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 41 U.S. Counter-IED Outlay Compared to Market Segments Forecast Share [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 42 U.S. Counter-IED Outlay Compared to Market Segments Share [%] Forecast– 2007 & 2012
Figure 43 U.S. Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segment Forecast by [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 44 U.S. Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segment Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 45 U.S. Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Market Segments [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 46 U.S. Counter-IED Market Segments Forecast Share [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 47 U.S. Counter-IED Equipment Procurement Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 48 U.S. Counter-IED Equipment Procurement Market by Tactical Segments Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 49 U.S. Counter-IED Equipment Service Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] – 2008–2012
Figure 50 U.S. Counter-IED Equipment Service Market by Tactical Segments Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 51 U.S. Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] – 2008–2012
Figure 52 U.S. Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade Market by Tactical Segments Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 53 Total International (non-U.S.) Counter-IED Outlay Compared To Market Forecasts [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 54 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Outlay vs. Market Segments Forecast Share [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 55 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Outlay Compared With Market Segments Forecast Share [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 56 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 57 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segments Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 58 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Market Segments [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 59 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Equipment Procurement Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$M] – 2008–2012
Figure 60 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Equipment Procurement Market by Tactical Segments Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 61 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Equipment Service Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 62 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Equipment Service Market by Tactical Segments Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 63 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade Market Forecast by Tactical Segments by [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 64 International (non U.S.) Counter-IED Equipment Upgrade Market by Tactical Segments Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 65 Europe Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Market Segments [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 66 NATO NCTDP – Seven Steps Program
Figure 67 European Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segment Forecast by [$M] - 2008–2012
Figure 68 European Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segment Forecast by [%] - 2007 & 2012
Figure 69 Israel Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Market Segments [$B] - 2008–2012
Figure 70 Thor Counter-IED System (RAFAEL)
Figure 71 Golan Heavy Wheeled Armored Vehicle
Figure 72 EJAB Jammers – Elisra
Figure 73 Israel Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segment Forecast by [$M] – 2008–2012
Figure 74 Israel Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segment Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 75 India Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Market Segments [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 76 Indian-Developed ROV
Figure 77 India Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segment Forecast by [$M] – 2008–2012
Figure 78 India Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segment Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 79 Arab World Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Market Segments [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 80 Arab World Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segment Forecast by [$M] – 2008–2012
Figure 81 Arab World Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segment Forecast by [%] - 2007 & 2012
Figure 82 Central / South America Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Market Segments [$B] – 2008–2012
Figure 83 Central / South America Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segment Forecast by [$M] – 2008–2012
Figure 84 Central / South America Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segment Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 85 China Counter-IED Market Forecast Share by Market Segments [$B] - 2008–2012
Figure 86 Chinese Raptor Robot
Figure 87 China Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segment Forecast by [$M] – 2008–2012
Figure 88 China Counter-IED Market by Tactical Segment Forecast by [%] – 2007 & 2012
Figure 89 Ionatron’s JIN
Figure 90 Cultural Intelligence Training Aid
Figure 91 HPEM-Equipped Armored Vehicle
Figure 92  DS-110 Disruption System
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