Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection: Technologies: North America Market – 2015-2020

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Publication: Q3 2015, Pages: 215, Tables & Figures: 117

2015-2020 Cumulative Market: $ 3.1 Billion

Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection: Technologies and Middle East & Africa Market - 2015-2020 Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection: Technologies and Middle East & Africa Market - 2015-2020
Number of Global PBIED and VBIED
Suicide Attacks – 2003-2014
IED Kill Chain

The lethality combined with the simple construction of IED, Person-Borne (PBIED) and Vehicle-Borne Explosives (VBIED) has made them the single most difficult foe in the modern battlefield. As their employment increases, the risk to innocent civilian populations also increases. The U.S. human and financial toll of IED, PBIED & VBIEDs has become a staggering reality worldwide.

In recent encounters in Iraq and Afghanistan, wherever the U.S. (and their allies) had overwhelming combat power, their adversaries (the Taliban and Iraqi insurgents) resorted to a simple combat tactic: the use of suicide bombers, vehicle-borne explosives and roadside IEDs. Lessons learned from these two wars drove and continue to drive the Pentagon to reverse this asymmetric warfare, to develop, procure and proliferate new techno-tactical ways and means using standoff explosives detection technologies throughout the U.S. military.

The purpose of standoff PBIED, VBIED and weapon detection technologies is to determine at a safe distance if a human subject or a vehicle is carrying explosives or weapons. Concealed explosives detection is perceived as one of the greatest challenges facing the counter-terror and military communities. The threat posed by suicide bombers is the key to the emergence of transformational counter-terror technologies and tactics. The maturity and deployment of advanced standoff detection technologies, capable of detecting suicide and other terrorists at a safe distance, will change the landscape of homeland security and asymmetric warfare.

The Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection: Technologies & North America Market – 2015-2020 report has been explicitly customized decision- makers to identify business opportunities, developing technologies, market trends and risks, as well as to benchmark business plans.

The report examines each dollar spent in the market via 2 orthogonal money trails:

1. By 6 Technology Markets:

  • Walk-By Explosives & Weapon Sensing Systems
  • Pass-through Threat Detection Corridors
  • Standoff PBIED Detection
  • Standoff VBIED Detection
  • Standoff IED Detection
  • Other Technologies

2. By 4 Revenue Sources:

  • Government Funded R&D
  • Government Funded Testing & Evaluation
  • New Systems Sales
  • Aftersale Revenues

This Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection: Technologies & North America Market – 2015-2020 report is a resource for executives with interests in the industry. It has been explicitly customized for decision-makers to enable them to identify business opportunities, developing technologies, market trends and risks, as well as to benchmark business plans.

Questions answered in this 215-page report include:

  • What will the U.S. & Canada market size be in 2015-2020?
  • What are the main Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection technology trends?
  • Where and what are the U.S. & Canada market opportunities?
  • What are the U.S. & Canada market drivers and inhibitors?
  • Who are the key vendors?
  • What are the business and technological challenges?

The Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection: Technologies & North America Market – 2015-2020 report presents in 215 pages, 20 tables and 97 figures, analysis of current and pipeline technologies and 18 leading vendors. This report, granulated into 10 submarkets, provides for each submarket 2013-2014 data and analyses, and projects the 2015-2020 market and technologies from several perspectives, including:

  • Business opportunities and challenges
  • SWOT analysis
  • Market analysis (e.g., market dynamics, market drivers and inhibitors)

The report presents:

  • Current and pipeline technologies:
    1. Standoff Walk-by & Pass-through Threat Detection Corridors:
      Walk-through Corridors – Active Electromagnetic Weapons Detection, Passive Electro Magnetic Signature Corridor, Standoff Passive MMWave Doorways, Focal Plane Array Passive MMWave, Walk-through Corridors – Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopy Systems, Covert Walk-through Biometric Identification Corridors, Fused Standoff PBIED Detection &Video-based Biometrics, Walk-by Active Centimeter Range (Ku band) Microwave System
    2. Open Space Standoff Explosives & Weapon Detection
      Bi-Modal Standoff Open Space IED, PBIED, VBIED – Explosives & Weapon Detection Systems 
    3. Standoff Vehicle-Borne Explosives Detection
      Standoff Raman Spectroscopy Based VBIED Detection
    4. UGV Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection
      UGV detection Expectation Management systems, UGV Management software, UGV Mobility technology, Pipeline UGV IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection technologies, Cobham Antenna Technology, IAI CIMS Systems, Standoff MMWave IED Detection robots. 
    5. Multi-Modal Fused Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection
      The CounterBomber Technology Standoff Active MMWave, Standoff Passive MMWave Imaging, Standoff MMWave PBIED Gait signatures Detection technologies, Infra-red Standoff Detection, Standoff Terahertz, Laser-Based Explosives Detection technologies, Standoff Raman Spectroscopy, Standoff Non-linear Wave Mixing Detection Technology, Standoff Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) Explosives Detection, Triple Modality Standoff Detection Technology, Differential Phase-Contrast X-ray Imaging, The University of Puerto Rico Advanced standoff Detection Techniques, Rydberg Spectroscopy/Microwave Scattering Based Detection
  • Key Vendors: Alakai Defense Systems, APSTEC Systems, BAE Systems, Boeing, ChemImage Sensor Systems (CISS), Cobham plc, Flir, Fluidmesh Networks, Genia Photonics, GE Security, Honeywell, IAI, Implant Sciences Corporation, Raytheon, SAGO Systems, TeraView, ThruVision Systems, Rafael.

For readers who wish to acquire more information, the report includes 8 in-depth appendices:

    1. R&D Programs and Projects
    2. The Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO)
    3. Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (VBIED)
    4. Guided Aerial IEDs
    5. 2014 IED, PBIED & VBIED Attacks
    6. Suicide Terrorism
    7. The U.S. PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection Eco-System
    8. Short Term Global Geopolitical Outlook
Table of Contents Table of Contents
1 Executive Summary
1.1 Major Findings
1.2 Major Conclusions
1.3 Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Technologies
1.4 North America Standoff IED, Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne Explosives & Weapon Detection Market - 2015-2020
MARKET ANALYSIS
2 Market Drivers
3 Market Inhibitors
4 SWOT Analysis
4.1 Strengths
4.2 Weaknesses
4.3 Opportunities
4.4 Threats
5 Competitive Analysis
6 Business Models & Strategies
6.1 Variable Economic Conditions
6.2 Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market Tiers
6.3 Defense Primes & Mega Corporations' Inroads into the Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market
6.4 Entry Strategies Toward the Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Arena
6.5 Price Elasticity
6.6 Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)
6.7 Customer Planning & Procurement Process
INDUSTRY
7 PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection Industry Challenges
7.1 Technological Challenges
7.2 Threat Identification Challenges
7.3 Standoff System Performance Challenges
8 Safe Range Required by Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Technologies
9 PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection: Operational Considerations
9.1.1 Person-Borne Explosive Devices (PBIEDs): Standoff Detection Challenges
9.1.2 Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (VBIED) Standoff Detection Challenges
10 Business Challenges and Opportunities
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Standoff Detection and Confirmation of Explosives
10.3 Standoff Detection of Person-Borne & Vehicle-Borne IEDs
10.4 Buried lED and Pressure Initiation Device
10.5 Force Protection
10.6 Enhanced Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR)
10.7 Explosively Formed Penetrator Device Detection
10.8 Deep Buried lED Detection
10.9 Blasting Cap Detect and Defeat
10.1 Command Wire Detection and Defeat
10.11 Improved Detection Quality
10.12 Multiple-Threat Standoff Detection
10.13 Cost of Detection
10.14 Increased Automation
10.15 Ease of Integration
10.16 Medium Capacity, Multi-Threat Detection Systems
TECHNOLOGIES
11 Comparison of Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Technologies
12 Standoff Walk-by & Pass-through Threat Detection Corridors Technologies
12.1 Walk-through Corridors: Active Electromagnetic Weapons Detection Present & Pipeline Technologies
12.2 Passive Electro Magnetic Signature Corridor
12.3 Standoff Passive MMWave Doorways
12.4 Focal Plane Array Passive MMWave
12.4.1 Walk-by Passive MMWave Imaging System
12.5 Walk-through Corridors: Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopy Systems
12.6 Covert Walk-through Biometric Identification Corridors
12.7 Fused Standoff PBIED Detection &Video-based Biometrics
12.8 Walk-by Active Centimeter Range (Ku band) Microwave System
13 Open Space Standoff Explosives & Weapon Detection Technologies
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Open Space Standoff Explosives & Weapon Detection Technologies Challenges
13.3 Bi-Modal Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Systems
13.3.1 Sample: Standoff Fused MMWave & Infrared System
14 Standoff Vehicle-Borne Explosives Detection: Technologies
14.1 Overview
14.2 VBIED Detection: Challenges
14.3 Example: Raman Spectroscopy Based Vehicle Standoff Detector - P. Eye
15 Standoff IED, PVIED & VBIED UGV Detection Technologies
15.1 UGV Expectation Management
15.2 UGV Requirements Management
15.3 UGV Mobility
15.4 UGV Function
15.5 The Human Operator
15.6 Future IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection UGV
15.7 Cobham Antenna Systems Standoff IED, PVIED & VBIED UGV IED Detection Technology
15.8 Israel Aerospace Industries CIMS System
15.9 Rafael - EZ-K9e Stand-off MMWave IED Detection System
16 Multi-Modal Fused IED, PBIED and VBIED Detection Technologies
16.1 Technology Review
16.2 Example: The CounterBomber® System
17 Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Pipeline Technologies
17.1 Introduction
17.2 Standoff Active MMWave PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection
17.2.1 Principle of Operation
17.2.2 Active Standoff MMWave Imaging Systems
17.2.3 Disadvantages of Standoff Active MMWave Technology
17.3 Standoff Passive MMWave Imaging
17.3.1 Principle of Operation
17.3.2 Advantages of a Passive Millimeter Wave (PMMW) System:
17.3.3 TREX Enterprises Standoff Passive MMWave Technology
17.3.4 GEN2 Standoff Passive MMWave PBIED Detection Technology
17.3.5 Standoff "Illuminators of Opportunity" Passive MMWave Imaging
17.3.6 Mechanically Scanning Standoff MMWave PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection
17.4 Standoff MMWave PBIED Gait Characteristics Detection
17.5 Infra-red Standoff Detection Technologies
17.5.1 The DHS-Toyota Standoff IR Detection System
17.6 Standoff Terahertz Explosives & Weapons Detection Technologies
17.6.1 Overview
17.6.2 Standoff Terahertz Contraband Detection Technology
17.6.3 Terahertz Detection Advantages over Other Technologies
17.6.4 Standoff Active Terahertz Heterodyne Concealed Explosives & Weapons Standoff Detection Imagers
17.6.5 Standoff Active Terahertz Absorption Spectroscopy Using Principal Component Analysis
17.6.6 Example: Active Terahertz Standoff Explosives Detection System of TeraView
17.6.7 Passive Terahertz Standoff Weapons & Explosives Detection
17.6.8 Passive Terahertz Detection System: ThruVision Systems
17.7 Laser-Based Standoff Explosives Detection
17.7.1 Introduction
17.7.2 Standoff Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)
17.7.3 Next Generation Standoff LIBS Systems
17.7.4 Laser-Based Molecular Signatures Technologies
17.7.5 Laser-Based Stimulated Raman Adiabatic Passage (STIRAP) Technologies
17.7.6 External Cavity Quantum Cascade Lasers Standoff IED Detection
17.7.7 Standoff Laser Induced Fluorescence (PLP/LIF) Technology
17.7.7.1 PLP/LIF Standoff Explosives Detection: Principle of Technology
17.7.7.2  Next-Generation Standoff PLP/LIF Systems
17.8 Standoff Raman Spectroscopy
17.8.1 Introduction
17.8.2 Standoff Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy
17.8.3 Standoff Resonant Raman Spectroscopy
17.8.4 Next-Generation Standoff CARS Systems
17.9 Standoff Non-linear Wave Mixing Detection Technology
17.9.1 Principle of Operation
17.9.2 Next-Generation Standoff Non-linear Wave Mixing PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection Technology
17.1 Standoff Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) Explosives Detection
17.10.1 Overview
17.10.2 Next-Generation LIDAR Systems
17.11 Triple Modality Standoff Detection Technology
17.12 Differential Phase-Contrast X-ray Imaging
17.13 The University of Puerto Rico Advanced Detection Techniques R&D
17.14 Rydberg Spectroscopy/Microwave Scattering Based Detection
REGIONAL MARKET
18 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market - 2013-2014 Data, 2015-2020 Forecast
18.1 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market by Technology
18.1.1 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Technology Markets - 2013-2020
18.1.2 North America Standoff Walk-by Explosives & Weapon Sensing Systems Market - 2013-2020
18.1.3 North America Pass-through Standoff Threat Detection Corridors Market - 2013-2020
18.1.4 North America Standoff Person-Borne Explosives Detection Market - 2013-2020
18.1.5 North America Standoff Vehicle-Borne Explosives Detection Market - 2013-2020
18.1.6 North America Standoff IED Detection Market - 2013-2020
18.1.7 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Other Technologies Market - 2013-2020
18.2 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market by Revenue Source
18.2.1 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Revenue Source - 2013-2020
18.2.2 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Government Funded R&D Market - 2013-2020
18.2.3 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Government Funded Testing & Evaluation Market - 2013-2020
18.2.4 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Sales Market - 2013-2020
18.2.5 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Aftersales Market - 2013-2020
VENDORS
19 Major Vendors
19.1 Alakai Defense Systems
19.1.1 Company Profile
19.1.2 Products & Recent Activities
19.1.3 Contact Info
19.2 APSTEC Systems
19.2.1 Company Profile
19.2.2 Products
19.2.3 Products & Recent Activities
19.2.4 Contact Info.
19.3 BAE Systems
19.3.1 Company Profile
19.3.2 Products & Recent Activities
19.3.3 Contact Info
19.4 Boeing
19.4.1 Company Profile
19.4.2 Products & Recent Activities
19.4.3 Contact Info
19.5 ChemImage Sensor Systems (CISS)
19.5.1 Company Profile
19.5.2 Standoff IED Detection Products
19.5.3 Contact Info
19.6 Cobham plc
19.6.1 Company profile
19.6.2 Products & Recent Activities
19.6.3 Contact Info.
19.7 Flir
19.7.1 Company Profile
19.7.2 Products & Recent Activities
19.7.3 Contact Info
19.8 Fluidmesh Networks
19.8.1 Company Profile
19.8.2 Products & Recent Activities
19.8.3 Contact Info
19.9 Genia Photonics
19.9.1 Company Profile
19.9.2 Products & Recent Activities
19.9.3 Contact Info.
19.1 GE Security
19.10.1 Company Profile
19.10.2 Products & Recent Activities
19.10.3 Contact Info
19.11 Honeywell
19.11.1 Company Profile
19.11.2 Contact Info
19.12 IAI
19.12.1 Company Profile
19.12.2 Products & Recent Activities
19.12.3 Contact Info
19.13 Implant Sciences Corporation
19.13.1 Company Profile
19.13.2 Products
19.13.3 Contact Info
19.14 Raytheon
19.14.1 Company Profile
19.14.2 Products & Recent Activities
19.14.3 Contact Info
19.15 SAGO Systems
19.15.1 Company Profile
19.15.2 Standoff IED Detection Products
19.15.3 Contact Info
19.16 TeraView
19.16.1 Company Profile
19.16.2 Products & Recent Activities
19.16.3 Contact Info
19.17 ThruVision Systems
19.17.1 Company Profile
19.17.2 Standoff IED Detection Products
19.17.3 Contact Info
APPENDICES
20 Appendix A: Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection R&D Programs and Projects
20.1 DARPA, Standoff IED Detection MEDS Program
20.2 Algorithm and Analysis of Raw Images Project
20.3 Detection Technology and Material Science Project
20.4 Explosives Trace Detection Project
20.5 Person-Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (PBIED) Detection Project
20.6 Predictive PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection Project
20.7 Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (VBIED) Detection Project
20.8 Homemade Explosives Characterization Project
20.9 IED Risk Prediction Project
20.1 VBIED Full Mission Characterization Project
20.11 Cross-Cultural Validation of SPOT (Screening Passengers by Observation Techniques) Behaviors Project
20.12 Future Attribute Screening Technologies Mobile Module (FAST M2)
20.13 Hostile Intent Detection-Automated Prototype Project
20.14 Passive Methods for Precision Behavioral Screening Project
20.15 Violent Intent Modeling and Simulation (VIMS) Project
21 Appendix B: The Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO)
22 Appendix C: Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (VBIED)
22.1 Introduction
22.2 VBIED Technologies
22.3 VBIED Detection Considerations
22.4 Terror Groups that Use VBIED
23 Appendix D: Guided Aerial IEDs
24 Appendix E: Recent (2014) IED, PBIED & VBIED Attacks
25 Appendix F: Suicide Terrorism
26 Appendix G: The U.S. PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection Eco-System
27 Appendix H: Short Term Global Geopolitical Outlook
28 SCOPE, METHODOLOGY AND DISCLAIMER
28.1 Research Scope
28.2 Research Methodology
28.3 Disclaimer & Copyright
Figures/Tables
Tables

Table 1 Standoff IED, PBIED & VDIED Detection Technologies
Table 2 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market [$M] by Technology Market - 2013-2020
Table 3 Evacuation Distance by Threat and Explosive Mass
Table 4 Comparison of Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Technologies
Table 5 Retica Standoff Biometric System Performance
Table 6 Standoff IED, PVIED & VBIED UGV Detection Technology: Features & Benefits
Table 7 Mechanically Scanning MMWave Camera Performance
Table 8 Comparison of Laser Based Standoff Explosives Detection Technologies
Table 9 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market [$M] by Technology Market - 2013-2020
Table 10 North America Standoff Walk-by Explosives & Weapon Sensing Systems Market [$M] & AGR [%] - 2013-2020
Table 11 North America Pass-through Standoff Threat Detection Corridors Market [$M] & AGR [%] - 2013-2020
Table 12 North America Standoff Person-Borne Explosives Detection Market [$M] & AGR [%] - 2013-2020
Table 13 North America Standoff Vehicle-Borne Explosives Detection Market [$M] & AGR [%] - 2013-2020
Table 14 North America Standoff IED Detection Market [$M] & AGR [%] - 2013-2020
Table 15 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Other Technologies Market [$M] & AGR [%] - 2013-2020
Table 16 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market [$M] by Revenue Source - 2013-2020
Table 17 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Government Funded R&D Market [$M] & AGR [%] - 2013-2020
Table 18 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Government Funded Testing & Evaluation Market [$M] & AGR [%] - 2013-2020
Table 19 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Sales Market [$M] & AGR [%] - 2013-2020
Table 20  North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Aftersales Market [$M] & AGR [%] - 2013-2020

Figures
Figure 1 Global PBIED and VBIED Suicide Attack - 2003-2014
Figure 2 PBIED and VBIED Suicide Attacks in 5 Countries - 2003-2014
Figure 3 Global Distribution PBIED and VBIED Suicide Attacks, 2014
Figure 4 2014 PBIED and VBIED Suicide Attacks by PBIED or VBIED (left) and by Targets (Right)
Figure 5 Improvised Explosives Device Kill Chain
Figure 6 Suicide Vest PBIEDs Configurations
Figure 7 Suicide Attack Sequence
Figure 8 Standoff & Non-Standoff IED Bulk Detection Technologies
Figure 9 Standoff IED Trace Detection Technologies
Figure 10 People Screening Portals - Threats and Associated Detection Technologies
Figure 11 Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market - Competitiveness Analysis
Figure 12 A New Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Product: Technology Assessment Process
Figure 13 Customer Planning & Procurement Process
Figure 14 IED Attack Timeline
Figure 15 PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection: Performance Criteria
Figure 16 Spectrum of Evolving PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection Technologies
Figure 17 Standoff Electromagnetic Concealed Weapons Detection
Figure 18 Magnetic Signature Analysis System: Functional Block Diagram
Figure 19 Covert MMWave Sensor at a Door
Figure 20 Screening of Hand-held Baggage
Figure 21 Focal Plane Array Passive Standoff MMWave System
Figure 22 A Walk-by Passive MMWave Imaging System
Figure 23 Covert Walk-by Passive MMWave Images
Figure 24 Example of FTIR Application at Border Checkpoint Facilities
Figure 25 Biometric PBIED Detection Corridor
Figure 26 Field of View of a Fused Video Surveillance and Biometrics
Figure 27 Active MMWave HSR Bi-portal
Figure 28 Active MMWave HSR Bi-Portal on Mass Transit Object
Figure 29 Automatic PBIED Detection of Multiple Persons, Test Ground
Figure 30 Cobham Antenna Systems Standoff IED, PVIED & VBIED UGV IED Detection System
Figure 31 Cobham Antenna Systems Standoff IED, PVIED & VBIED UGV IED Detection Operation
Figure 32 IAI CIMS System
Figure 33 IAI CIMS System Performance
Figure 34 Multi-Modal Fused Standoff Explosives Detection System
Figure 35 The CounterBomber® System
Figure 36 Atmospheric Transmission Windows of Electromagnetic Radiation
Figure 37 Active Standoff MMWave Imaging Technologies Using Separate and Integrated Sources of Scene Illumination
Figure 38 Standoff Open Space Threat Detection
Figure 39 Active Standoff MMWave Imaging Experiment
Figure 40 A Passive MMWave Imager
Figure 41 Standoff MMWave Technology Used in a Tactical Checkpoint Environment
Figure 42 Passive MM-Wave Image of a Person with a Concealed Weapon
Figure 43 CCTV, IR & MMWave Images
Figure 44 PMC-2 Imager, System Architecture
Figure 45 PMC-2 Imager System Flowchart
Figure 46 Standoff Infrared Radiation Measurement from a Human
Figure 47 Open-Path FTIR Method
Figure 48 Top View of Toyota PBIED, VBIED & IED Detection Zones
Figure 49 Illustration of Sensor Locations at Toyota Center
Figure 50 Standoff IR Crowd Surveillance
Figure 51 DHS-Toyota Standoff System Architecture
Figure 52 The Electromagnetic Spectrum Showing the THz-Region
Figure 53 "Terahertz Fingerprints" of Explosives
Figure 54 "Terahertz Fingerprints" of Clothing
Figure 55 Ceiling Mounted Standoff Passive Terahertz Imager
Figure 56 Illustration of a Terahertz Standoff Imaging System at 50m Target Distance
Figure 57 Basic Terahertz Standoff Person-borne Explosives & Weapon Detection Technology Concept
Figure 58 Block Diagram of Frequency Modulate Continuous Wave (FMCW) RADAR
Figure 59 The Sub MMWave Multiplier and Mixer
Figure 60 Radar Photograph and Optics Schematic
Figure 61 Active Terahertz Concealed Explosives & Weapons Standoff Detection
Figure 62 A Standoff Passive Terahertz Weapons and Explosives System
Figure 63 Short Range Standoff Vehicle-Borne Explosives Detection Setup
Figure 64 Vapor Pressure of Important Explosives
Figure 65 LIBS Principle of Operation
Figure 66 Standoff Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Real-time Explosive Detection
Figure 67 LIBS Emission Temporal Resolution as a Tool to Discriminate Between Different Explosives.
Figure 68 Absorbance Spectra of Various Explosives and Tuning Range of External Cavity Quantum Cascade Laser Source
Figure 69 PLP/LIF Technology: Principle of Operation
Figure 70 Fluorescence Energy Levels
Figure 71 Micro Raman Spectroscopy
Figure 72 Example of Raman Spectroscopy Systems
Figure 73 Comparison of Excitation Wavelengths for TNT
Figure 74 Comparison Between 4- Nitrotoluene & 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene
Figure 75 Some LIDAR Measurement Techniques Distances are not Applicable to Explosives
Figure 76 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market [$M] by Technology Market - 2013-2020
Figure 77 North America Standoff Walk-by Explosives & Weapon Sensing Systems Market [$M] - 2013-2020
Figure 78 North America Pass-through Standoff Threat Detection Corridors Market [$M] - 2013-2020
Figure 79 North America Standoff Person-Borne Explosives Detection Market [$M] - 2013-2020
Figure 80 North America Standoff Vehicle-Borne Explosives Detection Market [$M] - 2013-2020
Figure 81 North America Standoff IED Detection Market [$M] - 2013-2020
Figure 82 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Other Technologies Market [$M] - 2013-2020
Figure 83 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Market [$M] by Revenue Source - 2013-2020
Figure 84 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Government Funded R&D Market [$M] - 2013-2020
Figure 85 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Government Funded R&D Market AGR [%] - 2013-2020
Figure 86 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Government Funded Testing & Evaluation Market [$M] - 2013-2020
Figure 87 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Government Funded Testing & Evaluation Market AGR [%] - 2013-2020
Figure 88 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Sales Market [$M] - 2013-2020
Figure 89 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Sales Market AGR [%] - 2013-2020
Figure 90 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Aftersales Market [$M] - 2013-2020
Figure 91 North America Standoff IED, PBIED & VBIED Detection Aftersales Market AGR [%] - 2013-2020
Figure 92 The IAI SIMS System
Figure 93 Global Distribution PBIED and VBIED Suicide Attacks, 2014
Figure 94 2014 PBIED and VBIED Suicide Attacks by PBIED or VBIED (left) and by Targets (Right)
Figure 95 Terrorist Entities by Region of Origin
Figure 96 Terror Attacks by Geography and Terror Organization 2013
Figure 97  World Muslim Population
Company Profiles Company Profiles

Alakai Defense Systems
APSTEC Systems
BAE Systems
Boeing
ChemImage Sensor Systems (CISS)
Cobham plc
Flir
Fluidmesh Networks
Genia Photonics
GE Security
Honeywell
IAI
Implant Sciences Corporation
Raytheon
SAGO Systems
TeraView
ThruVision Systems
Rafael

Technologies Technologies

Bi-Modal Standoff Open Space IED
Cobham Antenna Technology
Covert Walk-through Biometric Identification Corridors
Differential Phase-Contrast X-ray Imaging
Focal Plane Array Passive MMWave
Fused Standoff PBIED Detection &Video-based Biometrics
IAI CIMS Systems
Infra-red Standoff Detection
Laser-Based Explosives Detection technologies
PBIED & VBIED Detection technologies
Pipeline UGV IED
Rydberg Spectroscopy/Microwave Scattering Based Detection
Signature Corridor
Standoff Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) Explosives Detection
Standoff MMWave IED Detection robots
Standoff MMWave PBIED Gait signatures Detection technologies
Standoff Non-linear Wave Mixing Detection Technology
Standoff Passive MMWave Doorways
Standoff Passive MMWave Imaging
Standoff Raman Spectroscopy Based VBIED Detection
Standoff Terahertz
The CounterBomber Technology Standoff Active MMWave
The University of Puerto Rico Advanced standoff Detection Techniques
Triple Modality Standoff Detection Technology
UGV Management software
UGV Mobility technology
UGV detection Expectation Management systems
VBIED – Explosives & Weapon Detection Systems
Walk-by Active Centimeter Range (Ku band) Microwave System
Walk-through Corridors – Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopy Systems

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  • Q2: How do I get the report I ordered?
    A2: Your report will be sent to you via email.
  • Q3: When will I get the report I ordered?
    A3: Upon placing your order/payment, notify our 24/7 hotline at: 1-202-455-0966 and the report will be emailed within a few moments, otherwise the mailing process will take up to 24 hours.
  • Q4: I am a small business. Can I get a discount?
    A4: Absolutely. If you qualify as a small business per the U.S. Business Administration guidelines (www.sba.gov) please contact us at maggie@hsrc.biz for the Small Business discount.
  • Q6: I would like to ask a question about a report, how can I contact you?
    A6: We welcome your questions, comments and suggestions.
    Please contact us at: info@hsrc.biz, our 24/7 hotline phone: 1-202-455-1968 or fax: 1-202-436-9484 and we will be happy to assist you.
  • Q7: How do I order a report?
    A7: You have several means to purchase a report:
      1. Via PayPal
        If you have a PayPal account, log in to PayPal from the link on the report's web page ("Order Info" tab) or directly on www.paypal.com.
        Press "Send Money", enter sales@hsrc.biz in the "To" field and the amount in the "Amount" field and continue filling out the PayPal form.
      2. Via Credit Card
        If you wish to pay using a credit card please send the credit card details: number, expiry date, Card Code (CVV) and name on card via fax to: 1-202-436-9484 or via 2 separate emails to maggie@hsrc.biz.
      3. Via Wire
        Wire funds to:
        Bank of America

        1140 Avenue of the Americas
        New York, NY 10036
        USA
        Account Name: Homeland Security Research Corp.
        Account Number: 483026774364.
        Routing Number: 021000322
        SWIFT: BOFAUS3N
      4. Via Check
        If you prefer to pay by check, please mail checks to:
        Homeland Security Research Corp.

        601 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Suite 900,
        South Building
        Washington D.C. 20004
  • Q8: What are the different license types?
    A8: License type definitions:
    1. Single User License (PDF): Authorizes one person to read and print out this report on any computer or mobile device.
      This person may not share the file with others.
    2. Departmental License (PDF): Authorizes up to five users within the same department and location to read and print the said report on any computer or mobile device.
      These five users may not share the file with others.
    3. Site License (PDF): Authorizes an unlimited number of users within the same business and/or agency location to read and print the said report on any computer or mobile device.
      These users may not share the file with others outside the enterprise location.
    4. Corporate Site License (PDF): Authorizes an unlimited number of users within the same enterprise worldwide to read and print out this report on any computer or mobile device.
      These users may not share the file with others outside the enterprise.