Global Maritime Security Market – 2009-2018
As a service to our customers we provide here excerpts from our Global Maritime Security Market: 2009-2018, a subject that is covered in our new Global Homeland Security, Homeland Defense & Intelligence Markets Outlook 2009-2018. Maritime Security Market Scope This chapter addresses maritime markets including, but not limited to, the following sub-markets:
- Seaport security command, control & communication, IT and hardware infrastructure systems.
- Swimmer terror threat mitigation systems.
- Smart container systems.
- RFID container seal systems.
- Container explosives screening systems.
- Security-related renovations and construction projects.
- Seaport perimeter protection systems.
- Nuclear/Radiological container screening systems.
- Deepwater security systems.
- Ship identification systems.
- Maritime security government financed R&D.
- Seaport and ship security systems service and upgrade business.
- Workforce and visitor biometrics identification and surveillance systems…
- The global maritime industry traffic entered a deep recession as a result of the latest economic/financial crisis. After years of a solid 5% CAGR growth, this industry is forecasted to experience a few years of decline due to overcapacity of ships and a substantial reduction of shipments resulting in a drop of over 60% in tariffs.
- There are more than 2,000 large ports around the world, from single-berth locations handling a few hundred tons a year to multipurpose facilities handling up to 300 million tons a year.
- Worldwide, there are more than 1,000 major seaports, all will require a substantial security upgrade during the 2009-2018 period.
- More than 80 percent of trade with origins or destinations in developing countries, in tonnage, is waterborne.
- Seaports, from the simple physical sea/land interface they once used to be, have successively turned into commerce and industrial centers, then into logistics and distribution platforms, and are now becoming inter-modal nodes in international supply chain networks, the efficiency of which now drives trade competitiveness.
- About 18 million maritime containers are in use in the world fleet. Given the mix of 20’ and 40’ containers, there are about 24 million total TEUs (Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit). Each container makes, on the average, 12 maritime trips per annum…
Chapter TOC 1. Global Maritime Security Market: 2009-2018 1.1. Maritime Security Market Scope 1.2. The Maritime Shipping Industry 1.3. Maritime Security Market Background 1.4. Maritime Security Legislation 1.5. Maritime Security – Business Opportunities and Challenges 1.6. Container Screening Portals Technologies & Markets 1.7. Long Distance Maritime Tracking Technologies & Markets 1.8. Seaport Nuc/Rad Screening Portals Technologies & Markets 1.9. Smart Container Technologies & Markets 1.10. Maritime Security Market Drivers 1.11. Maritime Security Market Inhibitors 1.12. Maritime Security Growth Sub-Markets 1.13. Maritime Security Market Dynamics 1.14. Global Maritime Security Market Outlook: 2009-2018 1.14.1. Global Maritime Security Market Outlook: 2009-2018 1.14.2. The Maritime Security Market by Geographical Region: 2008 & 2018