PRN: 'Worldwide Government Spending on Military Video Surveillance Systems Will Reach $8.09bn in 2011.' Says Visiongain Defence Report

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'Worldwide Government Spending on Military Video Surveillance Systems Will Reach $8.09bn in 2011.' Says Visiongain Defence Report

 
[04-July-2011]
 

LONDON, July 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --


 

http://www.visiongain.com/Report/640/The-Military-Video-Surveillance-Systems-Market-2011-2021-Full-Motion-Video-for-ISR

 

The volume of video footage captured by armed forces is rapidly accelerating as demand for battlefield situational awareness continues to grow. Visiongain's latest defence report - The Military Video Surveillance Systems Market 2011-2021: Full Motion Video for ISR- offers readers a comprehensive analytical overview of the global marketplace and reveals how to tap into significant sales growth. Visiongain forecasts that worldwide government spending on military video surveillance systems will reach $8.09bn in 2011.

We examine the commercial prospects for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) companies supplying products and services ranging from 'front-end' military video surveillance systems, including full-motion video (FMV)-capable sensor payloads, to 'back-end' systems involved in video processing, exploitation and dissemination (PED).

The rapid expansion in the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) equipped with military video surveillance systems is set to remain a key driver of the dramatic growth in FMV traffic in recent years. But managing this growing volume of video data is an increasing challenge for the armed forces of all nations.

Visiongain's analysis demonstrates that the global military video surveillance systems market is a growing marketplace offering government contract opportunities that are likely to see a range of companies realising commercial success, from the major global defence and security systems integrators to specialist video-analysis software developers.

How do armed forces plan to avoid 'swimming in sensors and drowning in data'? How is spending on acquiring high-definition military video surveillance systems likely to be affected as government budgets continue to come under intense pressure? What role will artificial intelligence play in future systems?

Visiongain seeks to answer these critical questions and many more through the in-depth analyses presented within The Military Video Surveillance Systems Market 2011-2021: Full Motion Video for ISR.

For further information on this report please click on http://www.visiongain.com/Report/640/The-Military-Video-Surveillance-Systems-Market-2011-2021-Full-Motion-Video-for-ISR

Or contact:

Sara Peerun

Email: sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com

http://www.visiongain.com

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
1.1 Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market Overview
1.2 Drivers and Restraints in the Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
1.3 Report Benefits & Highlights
1.4 Report Structure
1.5 Research Methodology
1.6 Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market Forecast

2. Introduction to Military Video Surveillance Systems
2.1 Full-Motion Video for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
2.2 The Growing Challenge of Video Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination
2.3 Defining Motion Imagery

3. The Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
3.1 Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2011-2021
3.2 Leading National Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets
3.3 Leading National Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets' Shares of Worldwide Spending
3.4 US Dominance of the Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
3.5 Regional Analysis of the Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
3.6 Fastest-Growing National Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets
3.7 Leading National Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets' Cumulative Sales, 2011-2021
3.8 Military Domain Submarket Analysis: Airborne vs. Surface
3.8.1 Airborne Military Video Surveillance Systems Submarket
3.8.2 Surface Military Video Surveillance Systems Submarket
3.9 System Type Submarket Analysis: Front-End vs. Back-End
3.9.1 Front-End Military Video Surveillance Systems Submarket
3.9.2 Back-End Military Video Surveillance Systems Submarket

4. Leading National Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets
4.1 US Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.1.1 Valiant Angel
4.1.2 Autonomous Real-Time Ground Ubiquitous Surveillance - Imaging System (ARGUS-IS)
4.1.3 Video and Image Retrieval and Analysis Tool (VIRAT)
4.1.4 US Air Force (USAF)
4.1.5 Gorgon Stare
4.1.6 US Army
4.1.7 Competitive Outlook
4.2 Chinese Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.3 UK Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.4 French Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.5 Israeli Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.6 Russian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.7 German Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.8 South Korean Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.9 Saudi Arabian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.10 Indian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.11 Japanese Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.12 Australian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.13 Italian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.14 Canadian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.15 Turkish Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.16 Rest of the World Military Video Surveillance Systems Market

5. SWOT Analysis of the Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
5.1 Strengths
5.1.1 High Demand for Full-Motion Video
5.1.2 Acquisition of Advanced Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Assets
5.1.3 Innovation in Commercial Sphere
5.1.4 Emerging Powers Maintaining Spending Plans
5.2 Weaknesses
5.2.1 Full-Motion Video Processing Challenges
5.2.2 Continuing Pressure on Government Budgets
5.2.3 Communications Network Capacity Constraints
5.2.4 Limited Budgets for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance in Emerging Markets
5.3 Opportunities
5.3.1 Counter-Insurgency Operations
5.3.2 Increasing Adoption of Unmanned Systems
5.3.3 Military Video Surveillance Systems for Force Protection
5.3.4 High-Definition Video Systems
5.4 Threats
5.4.1 Delays in Determining Video Standards
5.4.2 Uncertain Global Economic Outlook
5.4.3 Concern over Strong Emphasis on Unmanned Systems
5.4.4 Delaying Uptake While Technology Matures

6. Expert Opinion
6.1 PV Labs: John Bastedo, Vice-President, Security & Surveillance Division
6.1.1 Emerging Sensing Technologies
6.1.2 Supplying Components to Prime Contractors
6.1.3 Demonstrating Wide-Area Persistent Surveillance Technology
6.1.4 Embracing Rapid-Response Procurement Approach
6.1.5 Continuing Need for Enhanced Situational Awareness
6.1.6 Developing Artificial Intelligence Video-Analysis Tools
6.1.7 Delivering Innovative Solutions
6.2 Churchill Navigation: Tom Churchill, Chief Executive Officer
6.2.1 Giving Context to Sensor Imagery
6.2.2 Interfacing with Diverse Sensor Systems
6.2.3 Capturing Market Share from Established Players
6.2.4 Anticipating Reduced Costs and Wider Adoption
6.2.5 Integrating Augmented Reality Technology with Unmanned Systems
6.2.6 Full-Motion Video Lacking Context
6.3 IMINT Image Intelligence AB: Harald Klomp, Managing Director
6.3.1 Developing Video-Enhancement Software
6.3.2 Smaller Companies Forging Industry Partnerships
6.3.3 Targeting Manned and Unmanned Platforms
6.3.4 Increasing Sensor Analysis Autonomy
6.4 Sentient: Paul Boxer, Managing Director
6.4.1 Supporting Australian Operations in Afghanistan
6.4.2 High-Resolution Sensors Enhance Automated Target Detection
6.4.3 Integrating Kestrel Moving Target Indication Capability
6.4.4 Tapping into Fast-Growing Marketplace
6.4.5 Moving Target Indication from Moving Ground Vehicles
6.4.6 Future Opportunities in Ground Vehicle Vision Systems

7. Leading Military Video Surveillance Systems Companies
7.1 AAI Corporation
7.2 Ampex Data Systems Corporation (ADSC)
7.3 BAE Systems Plc
7.4 BlueSky Mast Inc
7.5 Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS)
7.6 Churchill Navigation
7.7 Curtiss-Wright Controls Inc
7.8 Defence Vision Systems (DVS)
7.9 Digital Results Group Inc (DRG)
7.10 FLIR Systems Inc
7.11 Harris Corporation
7.12 IMINT Image Intelligence AB
7.13 Intergraph Corporation
7.14 intuVision Inc
7.15 ITT EchoStorm
7.16 L-3 Communications Holdings Inc
7.17 Lockheed Martin Corporation
7.18 Northrop Grumman Corporation
7.19 PV Labs
7.20 Raytheon Company
7.21 Sarnoff Corporation
7.22 SecurWireless Inc
7.23 Sensors Unlimited Inc - Goodrich ISR Systems
7.24 Sentient
7.25 Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC)
7.26 Thales Group
7.27 VideoBank
7.28 Z Microsystems Inc

8. Conclusions
8.1 Growing Demand in the Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
8.2 Drivers of Growth in the Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
8.2.1 Growing Demand for Full-Motion Video to Enhance Counter-Insurgency Operations and Force Protection
8.2.2 Equipping New Manned and Unmanned Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Assets
8.3 Restraints on Growth in the Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
8.3.1 Achieving Standardised Video Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination
8.3.2 Limited Communications Capacity
8.4 Opportunities for Growth in the Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
8.4.1 Leading National Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets
8.4.2 Submarket Analysis
8.4.3 Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market Outlook

9. Glossary

Notes for Editors

About visiongain

Visiongain is one of the fastest growing and most innovative independent media companies in Europe. Based in London, UK, visiongain produces a host of business-2-business conferences, newsletters, management reports and e-zines focusing on the Energy, Telecoms, Pharmaceutical, Defence, Materials sectors.

Visiongain publishes reports produced by its in-house analysts, who are qualified experts in their field. Visiongain has firmly established itself as the first port-of-call for the business professional, who needs independent, high quality, original material to rely and depend on.

If you are interested in a more detailed overview of this report, please send an e-mail to sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com or call her on +44(0)207-336-6100


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