Europe's Terror & Migration Crisis SeriesSafe Cities & Public Events Security Markets in Europe – 2017-2022
Publication: April 2017 Edition, Pages: 207, Tables & Figures: 87
Europe Safe City Market 2015-2020 CAGR: 19.2%. Granulated by 42 Submarkets
European Safe Cities & Public Events Security Markets 2000, 2015 & 2020
The recent terrorist attacks have demonstrated that past measures to secure cities and public areas have failed. A major overhaul of the internal security of west European cities, towns and crowded public areas is already underway.
As is the case in Israel, this kind of terror does not have a “Silver Bullet” solution but it can be mitigated by state-of-the-art surveillance, intelligence technologies and trained security forces. The Israeli counter terror apparatus evaded 70-90% of urban terror attacks. That is a daunting challenge for Europe.
Based on 6 months of the “Europe’s Terror & Migration Crisis Series” research, and over 65 face-to-face interviews and analyses, we forecast that the 2015-2020 market will grow at a CAGR of 19.2%, a 4 fold hike from the 4.2% CAGR during 2000-2015.
The “European Safe Cities & Public Events Security Markets – 2017-2022” report + the bonus* “Global Homeland Security & Public Safety Industry – 2016 Edition” report are the only comprehensive reviews of the European market available today. Their objective is to provide a detailed, time sensitive and reasoned intelligence report.
European Safe Cities & Public Events Security Market Core Submarkets
The market is set to undergo a major transformation from 2016-2022 through the following drivers:
- Europol estimates that up to 5,000 European jihadists have returned to the EU after obtaining combat experience on the battlefields of the Middle East.
- The ISIS-inspired complex and well-planned Paris and Brussels carnage (162 killed and 668 injured) sent shockwaves across the continent, unlike any other terror attacks since 9/11.
- The present security infrastructure of European cities, towns & crowded public areas is no match for the 21st century ISIS-inspired and trained terrorists who use improvised explosives, military grade weapons, modern encrypted communication, make a remarkable use of social networks to recruit and train new jihadists and conduct excellent pre-attack intelligence.
- With no “Magic Bullet” technology in sight, the challenge that remains unresolved is finding ways to stop terrorists from detonating explosives in crowded, unscreened public areas.
- European security services will do their best to replicate some of Israel’s urban counter-terror strategies and technologies.
- The EU and most of the rest of the European market for homeland security and public safety products are served by local companies. Even with a preference for locally manufactured products, foreign products can usually strongly compete on the basis of cost-performance. They do not encounter any EU direct trade barriers or quotas. Non-tariff, indirect trade barriers may be the approval process of dual use goods, which include many security market products.
This report is a resource for executives with interests in the market. It has been explicitly customized for the security industry and government decision-makers in order to enable them to identify business opportunities, developing technologies, market trends and risks, as well as to benchmark business plans.
Questions answered in this 207-page report + one* report include:
- What will the market size and trends be during 2016-2022?
- Which submarkets provide attractive business opportunities?
- Who are the decision-makers?
- What drives the customers to purchase solutions and services?
- What are the customers looking for?
- What are the technology & services trends?
- What is the market SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats)?
- What are the challenges to market penetration & growth?
With 207 Pages, 32 Tables, 55 Figures and 42 Submarkets, this report + one* report covers 12 Countries and Regions, 2 Vertical Markets and 3 Revenue Source Submarkets, offering for each of them 2015 data and assessments, and 2016-2022 forecasts and analyses.
* Customers who purchase a multi-readers license of the report will get the “Global Homeland Security & Public Safety Industry – 2016 Edition” report free of charge. Single-reader license customers will get a 50% discount for the Industry report.
Why Buy this Report?
A. Market data is analyzed via 3 key independent perspectives:
With a highly fragmented market we address the “money trail” – each dollar spent – via the following 3 viewpoints:
- By 12 Country Markets including:
- The Netherlands & Belgium
- Sweden, Norway, Finland & Denmark
- Austria & Switzerland
- Hungary & Czech Republic
- Rest of Europe
- By 3 Revenue Sources including:
- Products Sales Revenues
- After Sale Revenues Including: Maintenance, Service, Upgrades & Refurbishment
- Other Revenues, including: Planning, Training, Consulting, Contracted Services & Government Funded R&D
- By 2 Core Vertical Markets including:
- Public Events Security
- Safe Cities
B. Detailed market analysis frameworks for each of the market sectors, including:
- Market drivers & inhibitors
- Business opportunities
- SWOT analysis
- Competitive analysis
- Business environment
C. The report discusses directly or indirectly the following current and pipeline technologies:
D. The report includes the following 4 appendices:
- Appendix A: European Homeland Security & Public Safety Related Product Standards
- Appendix B: The European Union Challenges and Outlook
- Appendix C: Europe Migration Crisis & Border Security
- Appendix D: Abbreviations
E. The report addresses over 300 European Homeland Security and Public Safety standards (including links)
F. The supplementary* “Global Homeland Security and Public Safety Industry – 2016 Edition” report provides the following insights and analyses of the industry including:
- The Global Industry 2016 status
- Effects of Emerging Technologies on the Industry
- The Market Trends
- Vendor – Government Relationship
- Geopolitical Outlook 2016-2022
- The Industry Business Models & Strategies
- Market Entry Challenges
- The Industry: Supply-Side & Demand-Side Analysis
- Market Entry Strategies
- Price Elasticity
- Past Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) Events
G. The supplementary (*) “Global Homeland Security and Public Safety Industry – 2016 Edition” report provides a May 2016 updated extensive data (including company profile, recent annual revenues, key executives, homeland security and public safety products, and contact info.) of the leading 119 Homeland Security and Public Safety vendors including:
- ACTi Corporation
- ADT Security Services
- AeroVironment Inc.
- Agent Video Intelligence
- Airbus Defence and Space
- Alcatel-Lucent (Nokia Group)
- American Science & Engineering Inc.
- Aralia Systems
- AT&T Inc.
- Augusta Systems
- Avigilon Corporation
- BAE Systems
- BioEnable Technologies Pvt Ltd
- BioLink Solutions
- Bollinger Shipyards, Inc
- Bosch Security Systems
- Bruker Corporation
- China Security & Surveillance, Inc.
- Cisco Systems
- Cognitec Systems GmbH
- Computer Network Limited (CNL)
- Computer Sciences Corporation
- DRS Technologies Inc.
- Elbit Systems Ltd.
- Elsag Datamat
- Emerson Electric
- Finmeccanica SpA
- Fulcrum Biometrics LLC
- General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc.
- General Dynamics Corporation
- Getac Technology Corporation
- Hanwha Techwin
- Harris Corporation
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise
- Hexagon AB
- Honeywell International Inc.
- Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd
- Intel Security
- IntuVision Inc
- IPS Intelligent Video Analytics
- Iris ID Systems, Inc.
- IriTech Inc.
- Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd.
- L-3 Security & Detection Systems
- Leidos, Inc.
- Lockheed Martin Corporation
- Mer group
- Milestone Systems A/S
- Motorola Solutions, Inc.
- National Instruments
- NEC Corporation
- NICE Systems
- Northrop Grumman Corporation
- Nuance Communications, Inc.
- Panasonic Corporation
- QinetiQ Limited
- Rapiscan Systems, Inc.
- Rockwell Collins, Inc.
- Safran S.A.
- Salient Sciences
- Schneider Electric
- Smart China (Holdings) Limited
- Smiths Detection Inc.
- Sony Corp.
- Speech Technology Center
- Suprema Inc.
- Synectics Plc
- Tandu Technologies & Security Systems Ltd
- Texas Instruments
- Textron Inc.
- Thales Group
- Total Recall
- Unisys Corporation
- Vialogy LLC
- Vigilant Technology
- Zhejiang Dahua Technology
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|1||Europe's Terror & Migration Crisis: Key Findings|
|2||Europe's Terror & Migration Crisis: Key Conclusions|
|3||European Public Events Security Market - 2016-2022|
|3.2||European Public Event Security Background|
|3.2.1||Public Events Security Market: Business Opportunities & Challenges|
|3.3||Public Events Security Market: SWOT Analysis|
|3.4||Public Events Security Market: Competitive Analysis|
|3.5||European Public Events Security Market - 2015-2022|
|4||European Safe Cities Market - 2016-2022|
|4.5||Safe City vs. Smart City|
|4.5.2||Safe City Projects|
|4.6||European Safe Cities|
|4.6.1||Safe City Surveillance Systems Market|
|4.6.2||Safe City Disaster Mitigation Process|
|4.6.3||Safe City Architecture|
|4.6.4||Safe City Event Awareness Process|
|4.6.5||Safe City Planning|
|4.6.6||Safe City Cost Allocation|
|4.6.7||Safe City Communication Networks|
|4.7||UK Safe City Market Background|
|4.7.1||UK Urban Security|
|4.7.2||Urban Crime in the UK|
|4.7.3||UK Safe City Projects|
|126.96.36.199||UK Safe City Projects: Introduction|
|4.7.4||London - A Safe City|
|4.7.5||Glasgow - A Safe City|
|4.8||Germany Safe City Market Background|
|4.8.1||German Security Policy|
|4.8.2||Urban Crime in Germany|
|4.8.3||Germany Safe City Projects|
|188.8.131.52||Stuttgart Safe City|
|4.9||France Safe City Market Background|
|4.9.1||Urban Crime in France|
|4.9.2||France Safe City Projects|
|4.9.3||Netherlands Safe City Market Background|
|184.108.40.206||Urban Crime in Netherlands|
|4.9.4||Netherlands Safe City Projects|
|220.127.116.11||Rotterdam - A Safe City|
|4.1||Spain Safe City Market Background|
|4.10.1||Urban Crime in Spain|
|4.10.2||Spain Safe City Projects|
|4.11||Russia Safe City Market|
|4.11.1||Countering Urban Terrorism|
|4.11.2||Urban Crime in Russia|
|4.11.3||Russia Safe City Projects|
|4.12||Safe City Technologies and Services|
|4.12.1||Safe City Physical Security Information Management (PSIM)|
|4.12.2||Safe City Public-Safety Answering Point (PSAP)|
|4.12.3||Safe City Sensor ICT Networks|
|4.12.4||Safe City Wireless Sensor Networks|
|4.12.5||Safe City Software as a Service (SaaS)|
|4.12.6||Safe City Social Media Emergency Response|
|4.12.7||Safe City Planning|
|4.12.8||Safe City Geographic Information Systems (GIS)|
|4.12.9||Safe City Location Based Emergency Mass Notification Systems (EMNS)|
|4.12.10||Safe City Cell Broadcast Application|
|4.12.11||Safe City SCADA Systems|
|4.12.12||Safe City, Managed Security Services (MSS)|
|4.12.13||Safe City Communication|
|4.12.14||Safe City Video Surveillance Technologies|
|4.12.15||Safe City Video Analytics Technologies|
|4.12.16||Safe City Physical Identity and Access Management (PIAM)|
|4.12.17||Emergency Management Software|
|4.12.18||Safe City Cloud Computing, Data Mining & Analytics|
|4.12.19||Safe City Command & Control systems|
|4.12.20||Gunshot Identification & Location Systems|
|4.12.21||Safe City Emergency Transportation Management Systems|
|4.13||Safe City Market Tiers|
|4.14||Safe City Defense Primes & Mega Corporations|
|4.15||Entry Strategies towards the European Safe City Arena|
|4.16||Safe Cities: Business Opportunities|
|4.17||European Safe Cities Market : SWOT Analysis|
|4.18||European Safe Cities Market: Competitive Analysis|
|4.19||European Safe Cities Market - 2015-2022|
|5||European Public Events Security & Safe City Market - 2015-2022|
|5.1||Public Events Security & Safe City Market by Country - 2015-2022|
|5.1.1||2015 Market Size & 2016-2022 Market Forecast|
|5.1.2||Market Dynamics by Country - 2016-2022|
|5.1.3||Market Breakdown by Country - 2015-2022|
|5.2||Market by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|5.2.1||2015 Market Size & 2016-2022 Market Forecast|
|5.2.2||Market Dynamics by Revenue Source - 2016-2022|
|5.2.3||Market Breakdown by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|5.3||UK Public Events Security & Safe City Market - 2015-2022|
|5.4||France Public Events Security & Safe City Market - 2015-2022|
|5.5||Belgium Public Events Security & Safe City Market - 2015-2022|
|5.6||Sweden, Norway, Finland & Denmark: Public Events Security & Safe City Market - 2015-2022|
|5.7||Germany Public Events Security & Safe City Market - 2015-2022|
|5.8||Austria & Switzerland: Public Events Security & Safe City Market - 2015-2022|
|5.9||Italy Public Events Security & Safe City Market - 2015-2022|
|5.1||Spain Public Events Security & Safe City Market - 2015-2022|
|5.11||Poland Public Events Security & Safe City Market - 2015-2022|
|5.12||Hungary & Czech Republic: Public Events Security & Safe City Market - 2015-2022|
|5.13||Russia Public Events Security & Safe City Market - 2015-2022|
|5.14||Rest of Europe: Public Events Security & Safe City Market - 2015-2022|
|6||Appendix A: European Homeland Security & Public Safety Related Product Standards|
|6.1||European Committee for Standardization (CEN)|
|6.2||European Homeland Security and Public Safety Standards|
|6.3||EU Buildings & Perimeter Security Standards & Specifications|
|7||Appendix B: The European Union Challenges and Outlook|
|7.2||The EU Economy|
|7.4||The EU Frail Leadership and Poor Strategic Vision|
|7.5||Migration and Refugee Crisis|
|7.6||European Security Worries|
|7.8||EU Future Scenarios|
|8||Appendix C: Europe Migration Crisis & Border Security|
|8.2||EU Migration: Background|
|8.3||The European Borders Security|
|8.3.2||The Schengen Area|
|8.3.3||The European Integrated Border Management System (IBM)|
|8.3.4||The EU Smart Borders Initiative|
|8.3.5||The Schengen Zone: Passenger Name Record (PNR) System Outlook|
|8.3.6||Temporary Reintroduction of Border Control|
|8.4||European Smart & Secure Border Market|
|9||Appendix D: Abbreviations|
|10||Scope, Methodology & Disclaimer|
|11||Disclaimer & Copyright|
|Table 1||European Population, Muslim-Population, GDP, GDP/Capita and Defense-Budget 2014 Data by 17 Countries|
|Table 2||European Police Forces, 1st Responders, Airports & Air-Passengers Statistics by Country|
|Table 3||Public Events Security Market: Business Opportunities Sectors|
|Table 4||Public Events Security Market - Competitive Analysis|
|Table 5||European Public Events Security Market [$M] and AGR [%] - 2015-2022|
|Table 6||Crime Statistics for Germany - 2011-2012|
|Table 7||Crime Statistics in Spain - Jan-Sept 2013|
|Table 8||Object Discrimination: Categories|
|Table 9||Safe City Video Analytics, Functions and Description|
|Table 10||Safe Cities Market: Business Opportunities Sectors|
|Table 11||European Safe Cities Market: Competitive Analysis|
|Table 12||European Safe Cities Market [$M] and AGR [%] - 2015-2022|
|Table 13||European Safe City & Public Events Security Market* [$M] by Country - 2015-2022|
|Table 14||European Public Events Security & Safe City Market AGRs [%] by Country - 2016-2022|
|Table 15||European Public Events Security & Safe City Market Shares [%] by Country - 2015-2022|
|Table 16||European Safe City & Public Events Security Market [$M] by Revenue Source (Sales, Aftersale and Other Revenues) - 2015-2022|
|Table 17||European Public Events Security & Safe City Market AGRs [%] by Revenue Source - 2016-2022|
|Table 18||European Public Events Security & Safe City Security Market Share [%] by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|Table 19||UK Public Events Security & Safe City Market Share [$M] by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|Table 20||France Public Events Security & Safe City Market Share [$M] by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|Table 21||Belgium Public Events Security & Safe City Market Share [$M] by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|Table 22||Sweden, Norway, Finland & Denmark: Public Events Security & Safe City Market Share [$M] by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|Table 23||Germany Public Events Security & Safe City Market Share [$M] by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|Table 24||Austria & Switzerland: Public Events Security & Safe City Market Share [$M] by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|Table 25||Italy Public Events Security & Safe City Market Share [$M] by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|Table 26||Spain Public Events Security & Safe City Market Share [$M] by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|Table 27||Poland Public Events Security & Safe City Market Share [$M] by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|Table 28||Hungary & Czech Republic: Public Events Security & Safe City Market Share [$M] by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|Table 29||Russia Public Events Security & Safe City Market Share [$M] by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|Table 30||Rest of Europe: Public Events Security & Safe City Market Share [$M] by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|Table 31||European Homeland Security and Public Safety Standards|
|Table 32||Membership in the EU, Eurozone, and Schengen Area|
|Figure 1||Europe Three-Key Challenges|
|Figure 2||Number of European ISIS-Da'esh Fighters by Country|
|Figure 3||2015 Refugee Applications to Europe by Month|
|Figure 4||2015 Migrant Applications to Europe by Country of Origin|
|Figure 5||Main Routes of Migration to Europe|
|Figure 6||European Asylum-Seeker Decisions by Country|
|Figure 7||Refugee Acceptance by Country 2015|
|Figure 8||Asylum Claims per 100.000 Local Populations 2015|
|Figure 9||EU Defense Expenditure [%] Drop- 2007-2014 [Constant 2005 Euros]|
|Figure 10||European Public Events Security Market [$M] - 2015-2022|
|Figure 11||Safe City Emergency Information Warning System|
|Figure 12||Smart City Platform Services|
|Figure 13||Safe City vs. Smart City|
|Figure 14||Smart City vs. Safe City Overlapping Missions|
|Figure 15||Safe City Architecture & Functions|
|Figure 16||Safe City Disaster Mitigation Process|
|Figure 17||Safe City Architecture|
|Figure 18||Safe City: Event Awareness Process Flowchart|
|Figure 19||Elements and Stakeholders of a Safe City|
|Figure 20||Safe City Planning Matrix|
|Figure 21||Safe City Communication Topology|
|Figure 22||Safe City Wireless Point-to-Multipoint|
|Figure 23||Stuttgart Safe City Steering Committee|
|Figure 24||Madrid PoC|
|Figure 25||Madrid PoC Architecture|
|Figure 26||A Typical Process for Collecting, Disseminating, and Utilizing Suspicious Activity Reports|
|Figure 27||A Safe City Sensor Network ICT Systems|
|Figure 28||Social Media and Emergency Response|
|Figure 29||Safe City Geographic Information System (GIS) Layers of Data|
|Figure 30||Safe City Mass Notification System|
|Figure 31||Safe City SCADA|
|Figure 32||Safe City Cloud Computing Architecture|
|Figure 33||Safe City Command & Control Process|
|Figure 34||Safe City Intelligent Traffic Management Detection and Tracking|
|Figure 35||European Safe Cities Market [$M] - 2015-2022|
|Figure 36||European Safe City & Public Events Security Market [$M] by Country - 2015-2022|
|Figure 37||European Safe City & Public Events Security Market* Shares [%] by Country - 2015-2022|
|Figure 38||European Safe City & Public Events Security Market [$M] by Revenue Source (Sales, Aftersale and Other Revenues) - 2015-2022|
|Figure 39||European Public Events Security & Safe City Market Share [%] by Revenue Source - 2015-2022|
|Figure 40||The European Union: Member States and Candidate Countries|
|Figure 41||EU Countries Currency Status- 2016|
|Figure 42||European 2015-2016 GDP Growth Forecast [%] By Country|
|Figure 43||Europe GDP per Capita By Country|
|Figure 44||2015 Refugee Applications to Europe by Month|
|Figure 45||2015 Migrant Applications to Europe by Country of Origin|
|Figure 46||Main Routes of Migration|
|Figure 47||European Asylum-Seeker Decisions by Country|
|Figure 48||Refugee Acceptance by Country 2015|
|Figure 49||Asylum Claims per 100.000 Local Populations 2015|
|Figure 50||Fragility and Instability in Europe Neighborhood MEA Countries|
|Figure 51||Europe Inflows of Threats|
|Figure 52||European Borders|
|Figure 53||The 2016 Schengen Border Map|
|Figure 54||The Advanced Passenger Analysis (APA) System|
|Figure 55||Migrant Arrivals by Sea and Land Borders in 2015|
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