As drones become more common, security threats are no longer confined to the ground, creating a commensurate need to secure perimeters and airspace. This report sizes and forecasts perimeter security equipment—a category encompassing C-UAS solutions, uncooled thermal cameras, smart fencing and sensors, and ground-based radar. The report examines the range of current perimeter security products and offers insights into market trends.
Equipment manufacturers, system integrators, consultants, investment companies and end users will find answers to key questions, including:
- What is the size of the global market for perimeter security and the drone detection industry?
- Which regional and end-user industries will grow the fastest over the next five years?
- Which perimeter security products will be the most popular over the forecast period?
- How will the market be affected by increased drone usage, smart fencing, multifaceted approach and integration, and cost reductions?
- Which type of perimeter security product is used the most in each end-user industry?
- Frequency, time period: Five-year annual forecast, base year, and market shares
- Measures: Revenues ($US millions), unit shipments, linear feet, average selling price per unit/linear foot, market share estimates
- Geographic regions: World, Americas, Asia, EMEA
- Product coverage: Perimeter security sensors, ground-based radar, uncooled thermal cameras, C-UAS detection systems
- Additional segmentation: By sensor type (virtual barrier; embedded smart fencing; fence mounted); by thermal camera (type; resolution; sensor pixel pitch; focal lens size); by drone detection (radar; radio frequency (RF); multi-technology); by country; by end-user industry
- Topics: Economic factors, changes to legislation/regulation, drone usage and the market, competitive environment, end-user requirements, and video analytics
Senior Analyst, Video Surveillance
Oliver Philippou is an analyst in the security group based in the UK. He is responsible for authoring many of its research reports, such as Mobile Video Surveillance (2011)...