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Research and Markets: U.S. Airport Screening Technologies Market the Portals of Transportation Security - 2016 Should See Increased Funding as Aging Systems Need to Be Replaced

Dépèche transmise le 13 avril 2012 par Business Wire

Research and Markets: U.S. Airport Screening Technologies Market the Portals of Transportation Security - 2016 Should See Increased Funding as Aging Systems Need to Be Replaced

Research and Markets: U.S. Airport Screening Technologies Market the Portals of Transportation Security - 2016 Should See Increased Funding as Aging Systems Need to Be Replaced

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3e32eb05/u_s_airport_scree) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "U.S. Airport Screening Technologies Market The Portals of Transportation Security" to their offering.

“U.S. Airport Screening Technologies Market The Portals of Transportation Security”

Within the United States, airport screening technologies fall under the auspices of the Transportation Security Agency (TSA). This research will review spending forecast for airport screening technologies according to TSA requests published in the Department of Homeland Security fiscal year 2012 budget proposal. In addition, competitive and market share analysis within this research is based on government contract obligations distributed in 2011 as that was the last entire year publicly reported. Finally, the writer will offer some present and future challenges that affect government funding and market participant opportunity.

Every day, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers around the United States prevent knives, guns, and other weapons from being taken aboard airplanes. Despite their precautions, in 2011 alone, more than 800 guns were detected on board planes. This scenario has highlighted the need for more stringent screening methods. Currently, explosives detection systems is the main technology for airport screening processes but the future demand will be for systems that are smaller, versatile, and can enhance throughput speed. The 9/11 attacks are a grim reminder of the failure of several layers of security and the authorities will be looking to plug the gaps in the system. Significant revenue growth in airport screening technology will depend on innovations in systems for the mass screening of personnel, says the analyst of this research. A technology that can screen large groups subtly to categorize and separate them based on risk will revive interest and open up the market. Very soon, private security companies could be handling passenger screening at U.S. airports, thanks to a recently passed legislation that was cleared both by the Senate and the House.

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3e32eb05/u_s_airport_scree.

Source: Frost & Sullivan

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