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The 82% of U.S. People Screening Market That's NOT Airport Security

U.S. People Security Screening Market, Technologies & Industry - 2015-2020

The 82% of U.S. People Screening Market That’s NOT Airport Security

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Despite attracting most of the attention, Airport Security constitutes only 18% of the U.S. People Security Screening market. The bulk of the Security Screening market demand will come from other sub-markets including government & public facilities (e.g., federal facilities, prisons, courthouses, secured perimeters, schools), border checkpoints, diplomatic facilities, land & maritime transportation security and other private sector facilities.

U.S. People Security Screening Technologies, Industry & Market - 2014-2020
2013 U.S. People Screening Market Share [%]: by Vertical Market

The U.S. people security screening market is transforming at a rapid pace. A major shift in the use of ICT technologies and customers’ new demands lead to a reshuffling of people security screening submarkets market share, and an overall 6.2% 2013-2020 CAGR.

In the past, changes in the people screening market occurred less frequently and were mostly non-transformational, leaving products and systems providers on solid ground. Today, however, in order to be successful, security screening vendors must embrace agility and convergence due to the following three major shifts:

  1. The market demand to automate (or semi-automate) the security screening process (e.g., integration of legacy systems into the ICT-based people identification infrastructure) wherever possible.
  2. Extensive introduction of biometric & other ID documents screening systems (e.g., automated border control kiosks).
  3. A growing demand to integrate multi-modal screening technologies in order to reduce wait time at checkpoints, and increase the cost performance of new systems.

The “U.S. People Security Screening Technologies, Industry & Market – 2014-2020” report dissects the people security screening market in 400 pages and 228 tables & figures into 18 submarkets, granulated by 7 vertical sub-markets, 8 technology sub-markets and 3 revenue source sub-markets as can be seen in the security screening organogram below:

People security screening market
U.S. People Security Screening Market Report Segmentation

The report analyzes the U.S. people security screening technologies, industry & market from several perspectives, including:

  • Current and pipeline technologies: “Screen while Walk” Technologies, Automated Border Control, Biometric (& Other) ID Documents Screening Technologies, single energy X-ray, dual energy X-ray, backscatter X-ray, multi-view X-ray and coherent X-ray, Threat Image Projection (TIP), Cast and Artificial Limbs X-ray, Transportable X-RAY Checkpoints, Fused X-ray and ETD systems, Fused Hand Held baggage X-ray and RFID, Multi-Threat Multi-Modal X-Ray Screening, Stereoscopic “3D X-ray” Imaging, Explosives Trace Detectors (ETD), Ion Mobility Spectroscopy (IMS), ChemiLuminescence (CL), Electron Capture Detectors (ECD), Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW), ETD MicroChemLab on a Chip, Coated Micro-Cantilever ETD Detector, Nanotechnology Based ETD Detector, Next Generation ETD Technologies, X-ray Backscatter AIT Portals, Active MMWave Whole Body AIT Scanners, Passive MMWave Whole Body Scanners, Terahertz Whole Body Scanners, Terahertz Weapon Detection Portals, Terahertz Time Domain Spectroscopy (TTDS), Metal Detection Portals & Hand-Held Devices, Shoe Scanners, Liquid Explosives Scanners, Body Cavities Screening Systems, Computer Aided Detection (CAD) Software, Biometric Screening, Fused Biometric, Document Authentication Interrogation Portals, Multi-Modal & Multi-Threat Portals
  • Competitive Environment: 34 security screening vendor profiles and their products description & prices. Companies included in the report are as follows: Auto Clear, ADANI, Red X Defense, Syagen Technology, Thermo Electron Corporation, Biosensor Applications, Hitachi, Scent Detection Technologies, Ketech Defence, Mistral Security Inc, Appealing Products, Inc (API) / ChemSee, DetectaChem LLC, Scintrex Trace, Flir Systems, Ion Applications Inc, BAHIA Corp (Sibel Ltd), CEIA, Garrett Electronics Inc, Fisher Labs, Brijot Imaging Systems, TeraView, ThruVision Systems, Gilardoni SpA, L-3 Communications Security & Detection Systems, QinetiQ Ltd, Westminster International Ltd, LIXI, Inc, Morpho Detection Inc, NUCTECH Co Ltd, Rapiscan Security Products, Inc, SCANNA MSC Ltd., Smiths Detection, Vidisco Ltd.
  • 514 U.S. airports with over 100,000 annual screened passengers: Details including the number of screened passengers and the annual growth rate for each airport
  • Market & industry analysis: Market drivers & inhibitors and the U.S. people screening industry SWOT analysis
  • Business environment: Competitive analysis, industry analysis , price elasticity, mergers and acquisitions (M&A)
  • Business opportunities and challenges: Dozens of business opportunities, barriers to entry, supply-side & demand-side analysis, variable economic conditions, market tiers, defense primes & mega corporations’ inroads into the market, people screening market entry strategies

The report also includes the following 6 Appendixes:

  • Appendix A: Covert Walk-by People Screening Technologies
  • Appendix B: People Profiling and Behavior Tracking
  • Appendix C: CCTV-Based People Screening
  • Appendix D: Abbreviations
  • Appendix F: The People Screening Systems and Devices Industry
  • Appendix G: People screening Industry: Business Models & Strategies

Table of Contents

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1Executive Summary
1.1Major Findings
1.2Major Conclusions
1.3Opportunities and Challenges
1.4People Screening Technology Outlook
1.5Corporate Liability
1.6Defining the Problem
1.7Identifying Vulnerabilities
1.8People Screening Systems Market Dynamics & Opportunities
1.9U.S. People Security Screening Market – 2014-2020
1.9.1U.S. People Security Screening Market by Vertical Sub-Markets
1.9.2U.S. People Security Screening Market by Technology Sub-Markets
1.9.3U.S. People Security Screening Market by Revenue Sources
2People Security-Screening: Market Drivers
3People Security-Screening Market: Inhibitors
4People Screening: Business Opportunities & Challenges
5People Security-Screening Industry: SWOT Analysis
5.1Strengths
5.2Weaknesses
5.3Opportunities
5.4Threats
6People Security-Screening Industry: Competitive Analysis
7Present & Pipeline People Screening Technologies & Products
7.1Introduction
7.2Hand-held Baggage X-ray Screening Technology
7.2.1Hand-held Baggage X-ray Systems – Characteristics
7.2.2X-ray Systems – Principles of Operation
7.2.3Innocuous Materials Interference
7.2.4Threat Image Projection (TIP)
7.2.5Hand-held Baggage X-ray Technologies
7.2.6Conventional 2D X-ray
7.2.7Dual Energy X-ray
7.2.8Variable View X-ray
7.2.9Quasi 3-D Dual View Dual-Energy X-ray Imaging
7.2.10The Advanced Technology (AT) X-ray Systems
7.2.10.1Advanced Technology X-ray (AT) Systems Examples
7.2.10.2Smiths Detection HI-SCAN 6040aX
7.2.11Backscatter Screening X-ray
7.2.12Coherent Scatter X-ray
7.2.13Cast and Artificial Limbs Screening: X-ray Backscatter Technologies
7.2.14Transportable X-Ray People Screening Checkpoints
7.2.15Hand-held Baggage X-ray Technologies: Performance Comparison
7.2.16Hand-held Baggage X-ray Product Performance Standards
7.2.17Fused X-ray and ETD Screening
7.2.18Fused Hand-held Baggage X-ray and RFID Screening
7.2.19Multi-Threat Multi-Modal X-Ray Screening
7.2.20Advanced 2D Coherent X-ray Hand-held Baggage
7.2.21Stereoscopic “3D X-ray” Imaging
7.3Explosives Trace Detectors (ETD)
7.3.1ETD Principles of Operation
7.3.2ETD Core Technologies
7.3.3Explosives Trace Detection Configuration
7.3.4Ion Mobility Spectroscopy (IMS)
7.3.5ChemiLuminescence (CL)
7.3.6Electron Capture Detectors (ECD)
7.3.7Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW)
7.3.8Hand-held & Desktop ETD Devices
7.3.8.1Principles of Operation
7.3.8.2Sample Collection Methods
7.3.8.3Desktop and Portable ETD Devices – Technology Needs
7.3.8.4Hand-held, Desktop ETD – Cost Performance Analysis
7.3.8.5Explosive Detectors (Hand-held, Desktop and Portable) – Techno-Tactical & Economic Considerations
7.3.8.6Hand-held & Desktop ETD – Economic Considerations
7.3.8.7Sample System
7.3.8.8Vendors, Products & Prices
7.3.9ETD Technology Outlook – 2014-2020
7.3.9.1Techno-Tactical Needs
7.3.9.2ETD of the Future: Techno-Tactical Drivers
7.3.9.3ETD of the Future: Performance & Operational Goals
7.3.9.4Advanced Sample Collection
7.3.9.5Dual Technology ETD
7.3.10Pipeline ETD Technologies
7.3.10.1Nano Technology Systems
7.3.10.2ETD MicroChemLab on a Chip
7.3.10.3Coated Micro-Cantilever ETD Detector
7.3.10.4Nanotechnology Platform Based ETD Detector
7.3.11Biometric (& Other) ID Documents Screening Systems Technologies
7.3.12The DHS S&T “Screen while Walk” Program
7.3.13TSA, Next Generation ETD Technologies R&D
7.3.14Integrated Explosives, Chemical Warfare and Narcotics Trace Detectors
7.4Whole Body Scanners (AIT)
7.4.1X-ray Backscatter AIT Portals
7.4.1.1Backscatter Imaging Technology – Principles of Operation
7.4.1.2Risks/Benefits of X-Ray AIT Systems
7.4.1.3Sample System
7.4.1.4Currently Available X-ray Backscatter Portals
7.4.2Active MMWave Whole Body AIT Scanners
7.4.2.1Principles of Operation
7.4.2.2Techno-Tactical & Economic Considerations
7.4.2.3Sample Systems
7.4.3AIT-2 Systems Deployment
7.4.4Next Generation AIT R&D Program
7.4.5Passive MMWave Whole Body Scanners
7.4.5.1Principle of Operation
7.4.5.2System Example: Millivision 350 Portal
7.4.6Terahertz Whole Body Scanners
7.4.6.1Terahertz Weapon Detection Portals Technology
7.4.6.2Terahertz Time Domain Spectroscopy (TTDS)
7.4.7Comparison of MMWave/Terahertz vs. Backscatter X-ray Portals
7.4.8Vendors and Products
7.5Metal Detection Portals & Devices
7.5.1Hand-held Metal Detectors
7.5.1.1Hand-held Metal Detectors: Principles of Operation
7.5.1.2Hand-held Metal Detectors: Technology & Operational Essentials
7.5.1.3Hand-held Metal Detectors: Sample System
7.5.1.4Hand-held Metal Detectors – Vendors
7.5.2Walk-through Metal Detection Portals
7.5.2.1Introduction
7.5.2.2Walk-through Electromagnetic Portals: Glossary
7.5.2.3Overview
7.5.2.4Walk-through Metal-Detection Portals: Principles of Operation
7.5.2.5Walk-through Metal Detection Portals Throughput
7.5.2.6Walk-through Metal Detection Portals: Techno-Tactical & Economic Considerations
7.5.2.7Walk-through Metal Detection Portals: Sample System
7.5.2.8Walk-through Metal Detection Portals – Vendors, Products & Prices
7.6Shoe Scanners
7.6.1Threats and Government Policy
7.6.2Shoe Scanners: Vendors, Products & Prices
7.7Bottled Liquids Scanners (BLS)
7.7.1Liquid Explosives Threats
7.7.2Liquid Explosives Screening
7.7.3DHS’s SENSIT Program
7.7.4Liquid Detection: Techno-Tactical Considerations
7.7.5Liquid Explosives Scanners – Vendors, Products and Prices
7.7.6Liquid Explosives Scanners – Sample System
7.8Body Cavities Screening Systems
7.9Computer Aided Detection (CAD) Software
7.1Biometric People Screening
7.10.1Biometric Identification, Drivers & Inhibitors and Government Influence
7.10.2Biometric Market Drivers & Inhibitors
7.10.3Market Drivers
7.10.4Market Inhibitors
7.10.5Biometric Portals
7.10.6Fused Biometric, Document Authentication and Interrogation Portals
7.11Multi-Modal & Multi-Threat People Screening Portals
7.11.1Overview
7.11.2Technology Status
7.11.3Core Technologies
7.11.4Example: Detection Systems Fusion Protocol (DSFP)
7.12Pat-down Body Search
7.13Hand-held Weapons and CBRNE Detectors
7.13.1Evolving Hand-held MMWave Wand – Sample
7.14Multi-Modal & Multi-Threat Portals
7.14.1Market Needs
7.14.2Proposed High Throughput Multi-Threat People Screening Portal
7.14.3Future People Screening Portals – Technology Essentials
7.14.4Future Multi-Threat Detection
7.14.5Molecularly Imprinted Polymer (MIP) Sensors
7.14.6MOS-Based Electro-Chemical Sensor Networks
7.14.7Future Shoe Scanners
7.15IATA & ICAO “Checkpoint of the Future”
7.15.1Present People Screening Checkpoint Performance
7.15.2The IATA & ICAO “Checkpoint of the Future”
7.15.3The Aborted IATA Checkpoint of the Future: Main Concepts
7.16TSA New Product Certification
8U.S. Federal Homeland Security Agencies
9U.S. People Security Screening Market by Vertical Sub-Markets
9.1Vertical Markets Size & CAGR – 2014-2020
9.1.1Market Dynamics – 2012-2020
9.1.2Market Breakdown – 2014-2020
10Aviation Security Passengers & Workforce Screening Market
10.1U.S. Aviation Security Passengers & Workforce Screening: Market Background
10.1.1U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
10.2TSA Major Programs and Funding
10.2.1Screening Partnership Program
10.2.2Passenger and Baggage Screening Program
10.2.3Screening Training and Other Programs
10.2.4Airport Passengers & Baggage Screening Systems Installed Base [Units] & Procurement Plans by Modality
10.2.5Screening Technology Maintenance & Utilities Program
10.2.6Aviation Regulation and Other Enforcement Programs
10.2.7Airport Management, IT and Support Program
10.2.8Secure Flight Program
10.2.9Transportation Security Support Programs
10.2.10Federal Air Marshal Service Program
10.3U.S. Trusted Traveler Programs
10.3.1Trusted Traveler Programs Overview
10.3.2The Global Entry Program
10.3.3The NEXUS Program
10.3.4The SENTRI Program
10.4514 Airports Passenger Screening Statistics
10.5U.S. Aviation Passengers & Workforce Screening Market -2014-2020
10.5.1U.S. Aviation Security People Screening Market – 2014-2020
11Land/Sea Transportation Passengers & Workforce Screening Market
11.1U.S. Land/Sea Transportation Passengers & Workforce Screening Market Background
11.1.1Seaports and Marine Terminals
11.1.2Port Terminal Facilities
11.1.3Passenger Carriers
11.1.4Inland River, Coastal, and Great Lakes Systems
11.2Maritime Transportation: Terror Mitigation Strategy
11.2.1Transportation Worker Identification Credential Program
11.2.2Federal Port Security Grants
11.3Market Drivers
11.4Market Inhibitors
11.4.1U.S. Land/Sea Transportation Security People Screening Market – 2014-2020
12Border Checkpoints People Screening Market
12.1U.S. Border Checkpoints People Screening Market Background
12.1.1Major Findings
12.1.2Major Conclusions
12.1.3Market Drivers
12.1.4Market Inhibitors
12.1.5U.S. Borders People Screening Market Business Opportunities & Challenges
12.1.6Automated Border Control
12.1.7U.S. Border Checkpoints People Security Screening Market – 2014-2020
13Diplomatic Facilities Visitors and Workforce Screening Market
13.1U.S. Diplomatic Facilities Visitors and Workforce Screening Market Background
13.1.1Major Findings
13.1.2Diplomatic Corp Facilities People Screening Market: Business Opportunities
13.1.3Market Drivers
13.1.4Market Inhibitors
13.1.5U.S. Diplomatic Facilities People Security Screening Market – 2014-2020
14Government & Public Facilities Visitors & Workforce Screening Market
14.1U.S. Government & Public Facilities Visitors & Workforce Screening Market Background
14.1.1The Federal National Protection and Programs Directorate
14.1.2The Federal Protective Service
14.1.3U.S. Government & Public Facilities People Security Screening Market – 2014-2020
15Public Gathering People Screening Market
15.1U.S. Public Gathering People Screening Market Background
15.1.1Public Events People Screening Market: Business Opportunities
15.1.2Market Drivers
15.1.3Market Inhibitors
15.1.4U.S. Public Events People Security Screening Market – 2014-2020
16Private Sector Facilities Visitors and Workforce Screening Market
16.1U.S. Private Sector Facilities Visitors and Workforce Screening Market Background
16.1.1Private Sector People Screening Security Infrastructure.
16.1.2Market Drivers
16.1.3Market Inhibitors
16.1.4U.S. Private Sector Facilities People Security Screening Market – 2014-2020
16.2U.S. People Security Screening Market by Technology Sub-Markets
16.2.1Consolidated Market – 2014-2020
16.2.2Market Dynamics – 2012-2020
16.2.3Market Breakdown – 2014-2020
16.2.4U.S. Whole Body Scanners (AIT) People Security Screening Market – 2014-2020
16.2.5U.S. Hand Baggage X-Ray Scanners & EDS People Security Screening Market – 2014-2020
16.2.6U.S. Explosives Trace Detectors (ETD) People Security Screening Market – 2014-2020
16.2.7U.S. Liquid Explosives Detectors People Security Screening Market – 2014-2020
16.2.8U.S. Shoe Scanners People Security Screening Market – 2014-2020
16.2.9U.S. Metal Detectors People Security Screening Market – 2014-2020
16.2.10U.S. Biometric (& Other) ID Documents Screening Systems People Security Screening Market – 2014-2020
16.2.11U.S. Multi-Modal, Multi-Threat Portals and Other Technologies People Security Screening Market – 2014-2020
17U.S. People Security Screening Market by Revenue Source
17.1U.S. People Security Screening Market Size [$M] and CAGR [%] by Revenue Segment – 2014-2020
17.1.1Market Dynamics – 2012-2020
17.1.2Market Breakdown – 2014-2020
17.1.3U.S. People Security Screening Product Sales – 2014-2020
17.1.4U.S. People Security Screening Aftersale Revenues – 2014-2020
17.1.5U.S. People Security Screening Planning, Consulting & Training – 2014-2020
18U.S. National and International Standards
19Business & Technological Opportunities & Challenges
19.1Introduction
19.2Upgraded Multi Threat Screening System
19.3Fused RFID, Risk Assessment and People Screening Meta-systems
19.4Third Party Service Business
VENDORS
20Leading Vendors
20.1Vendors and Product Lines
20.2American Science and Engineering, Inc
20.2.1Company Profile
20.2.2People Screening Products
20.3Auto Clear
20.3.1Company Profile
20.3.2People Screening Products
20.4ADANI
20.4.1Company Profile
20.5Red X Defense
20.5.1Company Profile
20.6Syagen Technology
20.6.1Company Profile
20.7Thermo Electron Corporation
20.7.1Company Profile
20.8Biosensor Applications
20.8.1Company Profile
20.9Hitachi
20.9.1Company Profile
20.1Scent Detection Technologies
20.10.1Company Profile
20.11Ketech Defence
20.11.1Company Profile
20.12Mistral Security Inc
20.12.1Company Profile
20.13Appealing Products, Inc. (API) / ChemSee
20.13.1Company Profile
20.14DetectaChem LLC
20.14.1Company Profile
20.15Scintrex Trace
20.15.1Company Profile
20.16Flir Systems
20.16.1Company Profile
20.17Ion Applications Inc
20.17.1Company Profile
20.18BAHIA Corp (Sibel Ltd.)
20.18.1Company Profile
20.19CEIA
20.19.1Company Profile
20.2Garrett Electronics Inc.
20.20.1Company Profile
20.21Fisher Labs
20.21.1Company Profile
20.22Brijot Imaging Systems
20.22.1Company Profile
20.23TeraView
20.23.1Company Profile
20.24ThruVision Systems
20.24.1Company Profile
20.25Gilardoni SpA
20.25.1Company Profile
20.25.2People Screening Products
20.26L-3 Communications Security & Detection Systems
20.26.1Company Profile
20.27QinetiQ Ltd.
20.27.1Company Profile
20.28Westminster International Ltd.
20.28.1Company Profile
20.29LIXI, Inc
20.29.1Company Profile
20.29.2People Screening and People Security Screening Products
20.3MilliVision
20.30.1Company Profile
20.31MINXRAY, Inc.
20.31.1Company Profile
20.32Morpho Detection Inc.
20.32.1Company Profile
20.33Nuctech Co. Ltd.
20.33.1Company Profile
20.33.2People Screening Products
20.33.2.1Carry-on Baggage
20.33.2.2 Whole Body Scan
20.34Rapiscan Security Products, Inc.
20.34.1Company Profile
20.35Scanna MSC Ltd.
20.35.1Company Profile
20.36Smiths Detection
20.36.1Company Profile
20.36.2People Screening Products
20.36.2.1Mail & Parcels Screening Systems
20.37Vidisco Ltd.
20.37.1Company Profile
APPENDICES
21Appendix A: Covert Walk-by People Screening Technologies
21.1Walk-by Active Electromagnetic Weapons Detection Corridors
21.2Passive Electro Magnetic Signature Corridor
21.3Walk-by Passive MMWave Doorways
21.4Focal Plane Array Passive MMWave
21.5Walk-By Passive MMWave Imaging System
21.6Walk-by Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopy Systems
21.7Covert Walk-by Biometric Identification Corridors
21.8Fused Standoff Video Surveillance and Biometrics
21.8.1Example: IOM PassPort™
22Appendix B: People Profiling and Behavior Tracking
22.1Scope
22.2Profiling Types
22.2.1Demographic Profiling
22.2.2Ethnic Profiling
22.2.3Behavioral Profiling
22.2.4Positive Profiling
22.3The Purpose of Profiling and Behavior Tracking
22.3.1How Is It Done?
22.3.2Behavior Profiling – Drivers
22.3.3Behavior Profiling – Inhibitors
22.3.4The Cost of Profiling
23Appendix C: CCTV Based People Screening
23.1Video Monitoring and Biometrics
23.2CCTV Biometric Face Recognition Identification vs. Verification
23.3Performance of CCTV Based Biometric Recognition Technologies
23.4Tag and Track – Intelligent Video Surveillance
23.5TSA Advanced Surveillance Program
24Appendix D: Abbreviations
25Appendix E: IATA Recommended Airport Passenger Screening Checkpoints
26Appendix F: People Screening Systems and Devices Industry
26.1Economic Turmoil Effects on the Aviation Security Market
26.2Globalization of the Industry
26.3Classification of the Industry Business and Industrial Activities
26.4Forces that Shape the People Screening Systems Industry & Markets
26.5Vendor – Government Relationship
26.6Barriers to Market Entry
26.7Industry Supply-Side & Demand-Side Analysis
27Appendix G: People Screening Industry: Business Models & Strategies
27.1Variable Economic Conditions
27.2Market Tiers
27.3Defense Primes & Mega Corporations’ Inroads into the Market
27.4Entry Strategies toward the People Screening Arena
27.5Price Elasticity
27.6Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)
28The Report Research Methodology
28.1Report Structure
28.2Assumptions
28.3Research Methodology
28.4Who Is This Report For?
28.5Research Methods
28.6Terms of Reference
29Disclaimer & Copyright

Tables

Table 1People Screening Market Regulatory Market Drivers in the U.S.A.& the EU
Table 2U.S. People Security Screening Market Size [$M] and CAGR [%] by Vertical Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Table 3U.S. People Security Screening Market Size [$M] and CAGR [%] by Technology Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Table 4U.S. People Security Screening Market Size [$M] and CAGR [%] by Revenue Segments – 2011-2020
Table 5People Screening Market: Business Opportunities
Table 6Explosives, Drugs, and Common X-ray “Interruption” Materials
Table 7Comparison of Hand-held Baggage X-ray Detection Technologies
Table 8Pros and Cons of Multi-Modal Technology
Table 9Trace vs. Bulk Explosives Detection Technologies
Table 10Trace Explosive Detection Technologies
Table 11Trace Detection – Pros and Cons
Table 12Hand-held Trace Explosives Detectors – IMS & GC/IMS Price & Performance Comparison
Table 13DHS Approved Tabletop ETD Systems Performance: By Products
Table 14Eight Desktop ETD Systems: Vendors, Products, Technology & Prices
Table 15Portable – Swab ETD: Vendors, Products, Technology and Prices
Table 16Hand-held ETD Systems: Vendors, Products, Technology and Prices
Table 17Trace Detection Document Scanners
Table 18Backscatter People Screening AIT Portals – Advantages & Disadvantages
Table 19Reflectivity of Basic Explosives and Human Tissue
Table 20Examples of Object Emissivity
Table 21Active MMWave Screening : Advantages & Disadvantages
Table 22Whole Body Scanners: Products, Vendors and Technologies
Table 23Magnetism and Detection Capabilities
Table 24Conductivity and Detection Capabilities
Table 2550 Metal Detection Portals: Products, Vendors, and Prices
Table 26Shoe Scanners: Vendors, Products & Prices
Table 27Liquid Explosives Scanners – Vendors/Products/Prices
Table 28U.S. People Security Screening Market Size [$M] and CAGR [%] by Vertical Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Table 29U.S. People Security Screening Market AGR [%] by Vertical Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Table 30U.S. People Security Screening Market Share [%] by Vertical Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Table 31TSA Passengers and Baggage Installed Base [Units] and Procurement Plans Statistics by Modality.
Table 32TSA Program Progress Relative to EDS/ETD Deployment and Facility Modifications – Projections through FY 2013
Table 33FY 2013 TSA Checked Baggage Screening Systems Maintenance Cost [$M] & by System Model [Unit]
Table 34TSA & CBP Trusted Traveler Programs Comparison Table
Table 35Passenger Screening [M] in 514 U.S. Airports – 2011-2012
Table 36U.S. Aviation Security People Screening Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 37U.S. Land/Sea Transportation Security People Screening Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 38U.S. Borders People Screening Market: Business Opportunities Sectors
Table 39U.S. Border Checkpoints People Security Screening Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 40The U.S. Embassy Security Funding Hike [$M] – 2012-2014
Table 41Diplomatic Corp Facilities People Screening Market: Business Opportunities
Table 42U.S. Diplomatic Facilities People Security Screening Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 43U.S. Government & Public Facilities People Security Screening Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 44Public Events People Screening Market: Business Opportunities
Table 45U.S. Public Events People Security Screening Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 46Private Sector Visitors & Employees Screening Segments
Table 47Private Sector People Screening Sub-Market Growth Sectors
Table 48U.S. Private Sector Facilities People Security Screening Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 49U.S. People Security Screening Market Size [$M] and CAGR [%] by Technology Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Table 50U.S. People Security Screening Market AGR [%] by Technology Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Table 51U.S. People Security Screening Market Share [%] by Technology Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Table 52U.S. Whole Body Scanners (AIT) People Security Screening Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 53U.S. Hand Baggage X-Ray Scanners & EDS People Security Screening Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 54U.S. Explosives Trace Detectors (ETD) People Security Screening Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 55U.S. Liquid Explosives Detectors People Security Screening Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 56U.S. Shoe Scanners People Security Screening Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 57U.S. Metal Detectors People Security Screening Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 58U.S. Biometric (& Other) ID Documents Screening Systems People Security Screening Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 59U.S. Multi-Modal, Multi-Threat Portals and Other Technologies People Security Screening Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 60U.S. People Security Screening Market Size [$M] and CAGR [%] by Revenue Segment – 2011-2020
Table 61U.S. People Security Screening Market AGR [%] by Revenue Segment – 2011-2020
Table 62U.S. People Security Screening Market Share [%] by Revenue Segment – 2011-2020
Table 63U.S. People Security Screening Product Sales [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 64U.S. People Security Screening Aftersale Revenues [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 65U.S. People Security Screening Planning, Consulting & Training Market [$M], AGR [%] and Market Share [%] – 2011-2020
Table 66Standards for People Screening Explosives Detection Systems
Table 67People Screening Vendors and Product Lines
Table 68Standoff Electromagnetic Concealed Weapons Detection
Table 69Retica Standoff Biometric; System Performance
Table 70 Short Range Standoff Biometric Portal: IOM PassPort™ Performance

Figures

Figure 1Automatic Airport Check-in of the Future
Figure 2A Multi-lane People Screening Site
Figure 3IATA Outlook of an Airport Passengers Security Screening Infrastructure.
Figure 4The U.S. People Security Screening Sub-Markets
Figure 5U.S. People Security Screening Market [$M] by Vertical Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Figure 6U.S. People Security Screening Market Share [%] by Vertical Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Figure 7U.S. People Security Screening Market [$M] by Technology Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Figure 8U.S. People Security Screening Market Share [%] by Technology Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Figure 9U.S. People Security Screening Market [$M] by Revenue Segments – 2011-2020
Figure 10U.S. People Security Screening Market AGR [%] by Revenue Segments – 2011-2020
Figure 11U.S. People Security Screening Market Share [%] by Revenue Segments – 2011-2020
Figure 12People Screening Systems Market: Competitive Analysis
Figure 13People Screening Technologies – Threats and Associated Detection Technologies
Figure 14Hand-held Baggage X-ray Conveyor-Based Screening Systems – Principles of Operation
Figure 15Conventional X-ray
Figure 16Dual Energy X-ray
Figure 17Material Differentiation by Dual Energy X-ray
Figure 18Dual Energy Z Map
Figure 19Variable View X-ray System
Figure 20Multi-View Dual Energy Hand-held Baggage X-ray Screening
Figure 21Convectional 2D Image (Left) vs. Quasi 3D Image (Right)
Figure 22The Rapiscan 620DV AT — Dual View Advanced Technology X-ray System
Figure 23Smiths Detection HI-SCAN 6040aX
Figure 24Backscatter X-ray Explosives Interrogation
Figure 25Coherent X-ray Technology
Figure 26Cast and Artificial Limbs Screening System
Figure 27A Prosthetic Limbs Backscatter Image Showing a Gun Hidden Underneath a Cast
Figure 28Rapiscan Mobile Check ES002 Contains two Screening Lanes a Mobile Container
Figure 29Fused Dual-Modality Explosives & Nuclear Screening System
Figure 303D Stereoscopic X-ray Camera and Images
Figure 313D Stereoscopic Hand-held Baggage X-ray Luggage Inspection Scheme
Figure 32Trace Detection General Principle of Operation
Figure 33Tabletop ETD: Operational Workflow
Figure 34Explosives Trace Detection Technologies
Figure 35Explosive Materials Classification
Figure 36The Most Commonly Used Explosives Classification
Figure 37Explosives Trace Detection Configuration: Hand-held ETD, Tabletop ETD, & Boarding Card Screening ETD
Figure 38The Airborne Concentration of Various Explosives
Figure 39Typical Sensitivity of Various Explosive Trace Detection Technologies
Figure 40Ion Mobility Spectroscopy (IMS)
Figure 41Electron Capture Detectors (ECD)
Figure 42Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Detectors
Figure 43Trace Detection General Principle of Operation
Figure 44Tabletop ETD Devices
Figure 45SNL – ETD MicroChemLab on a Chip
Figure 46Components of SNL MicroHound Trace Explosives Detection System
Figure 47Ames ‘Conductive CNT Explosives Detector’
Figure 48Passenger Screening Process Using Advanced Imaging Technology
Figure 49Dose Comparison: Environmental Radiation vs. Backscatter Scan
Figure 50Spectrum of MMWave Technologies
Figure 51Active MMWave Imaging Technology – Principles of Operation
Figure 52A Passive MMWave Whole-Body Scanner Layout
Figure 53Passive MMWave Scanner: Typical Threat Images
Figure 54Electromagnetic Spectrum of the THz-Region.
Figure 55Hand-held Weapon Detector – Proper Scanning Path
Figure 56Pre 9/11 Single Zone Metal Detection Portal Technology
Figure 57Walk-through Metal-Detection Portals Technologies
Figure 58Metal Detection Portals
Figure 59Multiple-Image Radiography (MIR) Technology
Figure 60MIR Projection Images, vs. Conventional Radiography
Figure 61A Conventional Radiograph vs. DEXI Technology
Figure 62Biometric Identification, Drivers & Inhibitors and Government Influence
Figure 63Global Biometric by Technology Sub-Markets Share [%]
Figure 64Artist View of a Checkpoint of the Future
Figure 65Future Screening Checkpoint (HSRC 2002 Forecast)
Figure 66Future Multi-Threat People Screening Checkpoint – (HSRC 2002 Concept)
Figure 67Airport Pre-Screening Program Process
Figure 68Airport CBP Pre-Screening Systems and Data Flow
Figure 69Fused Technologies – Concealed Weapons Detection
Figure 70Molecular Imprinting Technique
Figure 71Average X-ray Screening Rate [Passengers per Hour] by Region.
Figure 72The IATA “Checkpoint of the Future” Lanes
Figure 73IATA “Checkpoint of the Future” Concept
Figure 74U.S. Federal Homeland Security Infrastructure
Figure 75U.S. People Security Screening Market [$M] by Vertical Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Figure 76U.S. People Security Screening Market Share [%] by Vertical Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Figure 77Number of Terrorist Attacks on Air Transport Worldwide by Year
Figure 78Aviation Security -Points of Potential Vulnerability
Figure 79Boeing Aviation Passengers Traffic annual Growth [%] Forecast by Region & Destination – 2011-2031
Figure 80Airport Multi- Layered Security Infrastructure
Figure 81TSA – Organizational Structure
Figure 82Aviation Terror Timeline – 1985-2011
Figure 83Airport People Screening Systems
Figure 84U.S. Aviation Security People Screening Market [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 85U.S. Aviation Security People Screening Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 86Seaport Area Key Port Stakeholders Eligible to Federal Grants Recipients
Figure 87U.S. Ports, Federal Grants Risk Model
Figure 88U.S. Land/Sea Transportation Security People Screening Market [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 89U.S. Land/Sea Transportation Security People Screening Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 90Land Border Security, Layers of Security
Figure 91Automated Border Control Document Reading Technologies
Figure 92U.S. Border Checkpoints People Security Screening Market [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 93U.S. Border Checkpoints People Security Screening Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 94An Embassy Compound Perimeter Security
Figure 95Organization of the U.S. Diplomatic Security Agency
Figure 96Major 2002-2009 Attacks on Diplomatic Corpus
Figure 97U.S. Diplomatic Facilities People Security Screening Market [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 98U.S. Diplomatic Facilities People Security Screening Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 99The National Protection and Programs Directorate
Figure 100U.S. Government & Public Facilities People Security Screening Market [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 101U.S. Government & Public Facilities People Security Screening Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 102U.S. Public Events People Security Screening Market [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 103U.S. Public Events People Security Screening Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 104Hierarchy of the Private Sector People Screening
Figure 105The Private Sector People Screening Investment Priorities Scheme
Figure 106U.S. Private Sector Facilities People Security Screening Market [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 107U.S. Private Sector Facilities People Security Screening Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 108U.S. People Security Screening Market [$M] by Technology Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Figure 109U.S. People Security Screening Market Share [%] by Technology Sub-Markets – 2011-2020
Figure 110U.S. Whole Body Scanners (AIT) People Security Screening Market [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 111U.S. Whole Body Scanners (AIT) People Security Screening Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 112U.S. Hand Baggage X-Ray Scanners & EDS People Security Screening Market [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 113U.S. Hand Baggage X-Ray Scanners & EDS People Security Screening Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 114U.S. Explosives Trace Detectors (ETD) People Security Screening Market [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 115U.S. Explosives Trace Detectors (ETD) People Security Screening Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 116U.S. Liquid Explosives Detectors People Security Screening Market [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 117U.S. Liquid Explosives Detectors People Security Screening Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 118U.S. Shoe Scanners People Security Screening Market [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 119U.S. Shoe Scanners People Security Screening Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 120U.S. Metal Detectors People Security Screening Market [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 121U.S. Metal Detectors People Security Screening Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 122U.S. Biometric (& Other) ID Documents Screening Systems People Security Screening Market [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 123U.S. Biometric (& Other) ID Documents Screening Systems People Security Screening Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 124U.S. Multi-Modal, Multi-Threat Portals and Other Technologies People Security Screening Market [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 125U.S. Multi-Modal, Multi-Threat Portals and Other Technologies People Security Screening Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 126U.S. People Security Screening Market [$M] by Revenue Segment – 2011-2020
Figure 127U.S. People Security Screening Market AGR [%] by Revenue Segment – 2011-2020
Figure 128U.S. People Security Screening Market Share [%] by Revenue Segment – 2011-2020
Figure 129U.S. People Security Screening Product Sales [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 130U.S. People Security Screening Product Sales AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 131U.S. People Security Screening Aftersale Revenues [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 132U.S. People Security Screening Aftersale Revenues AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 133U.S. People Security Screening Planning, Consulting & Training [$M] – 2011-2020
Figure 134U.S. People Security Screening Planning, Consulting & Training Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 135DHS S&T Explosives Division Functions
Figure 136TSA RDT&E Strategic Vision
Figure 137Performance Criteria
Figure 138Magnetic Signature Analysis System: Functional Block Diagram
Figure 139Covert MMWave Sensor at a Door
Figure 140Screening of Hand-held Baggage
Figure 141Focal Plane Array Passive Standoff MMWave System
Figure 142A Walk-by Passive MMWave Imaging System
Figure 143Covert Walk-By Passive MMWave Images
Figure 144Example of FTIR Application at Border Checkpoint Facilities
Figure 145Biometric People Screening Corridor
Figure 146Field of View of a Fused Video Surveillance and Biometrics
Figure 147A Corridor CCTV & Biometric Portal Layout
Figure 148Future People/Baggage Screening Turnstiles (Artist Rendition)
Figure 149Profiling and Behavior Tracking – Principles of Operation
Figure 150Single Queue Serving Multiple People Screening Checkpoints
Figure 151A Single Queue Serving Multiple Screening Positions
Figure 152Two Single Lanes Serving Multiple Screening Positions
Figure 153Separated Lines in Single Queue Serving Multiple Screening Positions
Figure 154Checkpoint Staff Allocation
Figure 155Government Industry People Screening Life Cycle
Figure 156Government – Private Sector Techno-Tactical Technology Assessment Process
Figure 157People Screening Industry – Government Relationship
Figure 158 A New Product Technology Assessment Process

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