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The Maritime Security Market 2013-2023 - Piracy, Shipping, Vessels and Seaport Security

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With the increase in global piracy, the consistent requirements of homeland security frameworks, and the rise of the offshore energy industry, maritime security is now of paramount importance to nations throughout the world. These challenges have reinforced the existing problems of seafaring and port states, such as illegal immigration and drug smuggling, and forced an upsurge in the development of protective infrastructure and platforms capable of responding to a variety of threats. Visiongain values the maritime security market at $21.8bn in 2013, With likely opportunities in Africa and Asia, visiongain expects the market prospects to remain prosperous.

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- Security Association for the Maritime Industry
- UK Chamber of Commerce
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- Stay informed about the potential for each of these maritime security submarkets with individual forecasts and analysis from 2013-2023.
- Vessel Security forecast 2013-2023
- Seaport & Facility Security forecast 2013-2023
• Understand the prospects for the leading national Maritime Security markets - where will the highest revenues and opportunities occur?
- Learn about the market potential for Maritime Security companies in the developed and developing countries, from 2013 onwards. You will see where and how opportunities exist with revealing individual market forecasts and analysis from 2014-2024 for 17 leading national markets.
- Australia forecast 2013-2023
- Brazil forecast 2013-2023
- Canada forecast 2013-2023
- China forecast 2013-2023
- India forecast 2013-2023
- Indonesia forecast 2013-2023
- Japan forecast 2013-2023
- Malaysia forecast 2013-2023
- Oman forecast 2013-2023
- Philippines forecast 2013-2023
- Saudi Arabia forecast 2013-2023
- Singapore forecast 2014-2024
- South Korea forecast 2013-2023
- Thailand forecast 2013-2023
- UK forecast 2013-2023
- US forecast 2013-2023
- Nigeria forecast 2013-2023
- Rest of the World forecast 2013-2023
• Find out about details of 253 significant maritime security contracts revealing the market dynamics & opportunities in 17 leading countries
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- You will be able to examine 17 detailed tables of 253 significant contracts, projects & programmes.
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- Research and development (R&D) strategy
- Technological issues and constraints.
- Supply and demand dynamics
- Competition from new product types
- Increasing specialisation by leading players
- Increasing industry consolidation.
- Advances in product quality
- Analysis of barriers to entry
- Demographic changes
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- Austal
- AgustaWestland
- BAE Systems
- Boeing
- EADS
- FLIR Systems
- Huntington-Ingalls Industries
- Lockheed Martin
- Northrop Grumman
- Sikorsky Aircraft Corp.
- Smiths Group
- Thales Group

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1. Executive Summary

1.1 Global Market Overview
1.2 Benefits of this Report
1.3 Who is this Report For?
1.4 Methodology
1.5 Global Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023
1.6 Maritime Security Market Submarket Forecasts 2013-2023
1.7 Leading National Maritime Security Market Forecasts 2013-2023

2. Introduction to the Maritime Security Market

2.1 The Global Piracy Threat
2.1.1 Piracy in East Africa
2.1.2 Piracy in West Africa
2.1.3 Piracy in South East Asia
2.1.4 Regional Piracy Levels
2.2 Maritime Security Market Structure Overview
2.2.1 Vessel Security
2.2.2 Seaport & Facilities Security

3. Global Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023

3.1 Global Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
3.2 Drivers & Restraints of the Global Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
3.2.1 Drivers of the Maritime Security Market
3.2.2 Restraints of the Maritime Security Market

4. Global Maritime Security Market Submarket Forecasts 2013-2023

4.1 Maritime Security Submarkets 2013-2023
4.2 Global Vessel Security Submarket 2013-2023
4.2.1 Overview of the Vessel Security Submarket
4.2.2 Recent Notable Vessel Security Events
4.3 Global Seaport & Facility Security Submarket 2013-2023
4.3.1 Overview of the Seaport & Facility Security Submarket
4.3.2 Recent Notable Seaport & Facility Security Events

5. Leading National Maritime Security Markets Forecast 2013-2023

5.1 Leading National Maritime Security Markets Share Forecast 2013-2023
5.2 Barriers to Entry Analysis of the Maritime Security Market
5.3 US Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.3.1 US Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
5.2.2 Overview of the U.S. Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.2.3 Why the Sequestration Hasn't Sunk U.S. Maritime Security Efforts
5.3.4 US Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.4 Chinese Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.4.1 Chinese Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.4.2 Overview of the Chinese Maritime Security Market
5.4.3 Chinese Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.5 Canadian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.5.1 Canadian Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.5.2 Overview of the Canadian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.5.3 Find out why Canadian Shipyards are set to enter a Golden Age
5.5.4 Canadian Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.6 Japanese Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.6.1 Japanese Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.6.2 Overview of the Japanese Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.6.3 Japanese Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.7 Indian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.7.1 Indian Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.7.2 Overview of the Indian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.7.3 Why India is likely to possess significant Maritime Security capability by 2023
5.7.4 Indian Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.8 Saudi Arabian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.8.1 Saudi Arabian Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.8.2 Overview of the Saudi Arabian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.8.3 Saudi Arabian Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.9 Omani Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.9.1 Omani Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.9.2 Overview of Omani Maritime Security Market 2013 2023
5.9.3 Omani Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.10 South Korean Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.10.1 South Korean Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.10.2 Overview of the South Korean Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.10.3 South Korean Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.11 United Kingdom Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.11.1 United Kingdom Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.11.2 United Kingdom Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.11.3 United Kingdom Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.12 Indonesian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.12.1 Indonesian Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.12.2 Overview of the Indonesian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.12.3 Indonesian Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.13 Australian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.13.1 Australian Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.13.2 Overview of the Australian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.13.3 Illegal Maritime Immigration to Australia 1990-2012
5.13.4 Australian Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.14 Singaporean Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.14.1 Singaporean Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.14.2 Overview of the Singaporean Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.14.3 Singaporean Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.15 Philippine Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.15.1 Philippine Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.15.2 Overview of Philippine Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.15.3 Why the Philippines is still unlikely to possess complete Maritime Security in 2023
5.15.4 Philippine Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.16 Malaysian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.16.1 Malaysian Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.16.2 Overview of the Malaysian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.16.3 Malaysian Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.17 Brazilian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.17.1 Brazilian Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.17.2 Overview of the Brazilian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.17.3 Brazilian Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.18 Nigerian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.18.1 Nigerian Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.18.2 Overview of the Nigerian Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.18.3 Nigerian Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.19 Thai Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.19.1 Thai Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.19.2 Overview of the Thai Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.19.3 Thai Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes
5.20 Rest of the World (ROW) Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.20.1 Rest of the World (ROW) Maritime Security Drivers & Restraints
5.20.2 Overview of the Rest of the World (ROW) Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
5.20.3 Rest of the World (ROW) Maritime Security Contracts & Programmes

6. SWOT Analysis of the Maritime Security Market 2013-2023

6.1 Strengths of the Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
6.1.1 Persistent Piracy
6.1.2 Energy Sector Concerns
6.1.3 The Rise of Illegal Maritime Migration and Organised Crime
6.2 Weaknesses of the Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
6.2.1 Small Budgets, Big Obstacles, and Divided Priorities
6.3 Opportunities in the Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
6.3.1 The Opening up of the Developing World and Continued Technological Innovation
6.4 Threats to the Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
6.4.1 Greater Maritime Stability and Inconsistent Expenditure

7. Expert Opinion of the Maritime Security Market 2013-2023

7.1 Steven Jones, Director, The Security Association for the Maritime Industry (SAMI)
7.1.1 Current Drivers of the Maritime Security Market
7.1.2 Current Restraints of the Maritime Security Market
7.1.3 Future Regional Maritime Security Outlook
7.1.4 Global & Regional Maritime Security Growth & Decline
7.1.5 Maritime Security Technology
7.1.6 National Maritime Security Priorities
7.2 Gavin Simmonds, Head of Security & Commercial, UK Chamber of Commerce
7.2.1 Current Drivers of the Maritime Security Market
7.2.2 Developments in Maritime Security Regulation
7.2.3 Commercial Incentives for Developing Countries
7.2.3 Current Restraints of the Maritime Security Market
7.2.3 Commercial Drivers of the Maritime Security Market
7.2.3 Regional Maritime Security Growth & Decline
7.2.3 Maritime Security Technology
7.2.3 National Maritime Security Priorities

8. Leading Companies in the Maritime Security Market 2013-2023

8.1 Austal
8.1.1 Overview of Austal's role in the Maritime Security Market
8.2 AgustaWestland
8.2.1 Overview of AgustaWestland's role in the Maritime Security Market
8.3 BAE Systems
8.3.1 An Uncertain Future for BAE Systems' role in the Maritime Security Market
8.4 Boeing Company
8.4.1 Why Boeing Will Continue To Fly High In The Maritime Security Market
8.5 EADS
8.5.1 Overview of EADS' role in the Maritime Security Market
8.6 FLIR Systems
8.6.1 Overview of FLIR Systems' role in the Maritime Security Market
8.7 Huntington-Ingalls Industries
8.7.1 Why Huntington Ingalls Industries Currently Has An Essential, Yet Limited Role In The Maritime Security Market
8.8 Lockheed Martin
8.8.1 Overview of Lockheed Martin's role in the Maritime Security Market
8.9 Northrop Grumman
8.9.1 How Northrop Grumman Provides the Eyes and Ears of the Maritime Security Market
8.10 Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation
8.10.1 Overview of Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation's role in the Maritime Security Market
8.11 Smiths Group
8.11.1 Overview of Smiths Group's role in the Maritime Security Market
8.12 Thales Group
8.12.1 Overview of Thales Group's role in the Maritime Security Market
8.13 Other Leading Companies in the Maritime Security Market

9. Conclusions

9.1 Drivers & Restraints
9.2 Global Market Forecast 2013-2023
9.3 Submarket Forecasts 2013-2023
9.4 Leading National Market Forecasts 2013-2023

10. Glossary

List of Tables

Table 1.1 Global Market Forecast Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($m, CAGR %)
Table 1.2 Submarket Forecasts Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($m, CAGR %)
Table 1.3 Leading 20 National Maritime Security Spending Forecast Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($m, CAGR %)
Table 2.1 Global Reported Incidents of Maritime Piracy (1993-2003)
Table 2.2 Global Reported Incidents of Maritime Piracy (2003-2013)
Table 2.3 Reported East African Piracy Incidents (2008- September 2013)
Table 2.4 Reported West African Piracy Incidents (2008- October 2013)
Table 2.5 Reported South East Asia Piracy Incidents (2008-October 2013)
Table 2.6 US Port Security Funding 2002 - 2013 ($ Millions)
Table 3.1 Global Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 3.2 Global Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 4.1 Maritime Security Spending Submarket Forecasts 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.2 Vessel Security Submarket Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 4.3 Seaport & Facility Security Submarket Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.1 Leading National Maritime Security Markets Forecast 2013-2023 ($m AGR %)
Table 5.2 Barriers to Entry vs. National Market Size vs. AGR% 2012 ($m, AGR%)
Table 5.3 US Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.4 US Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.5 US Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.6 Chinese Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.7 Chinese Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.8 Canadian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.9 Canadian Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.10 Canadian Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.11 Japanese Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.12 Japanese Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.13 Japanese Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.14 Indian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.15 Indian Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.16 Indian Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.17 Saudi Arabian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.18 Saudi Arabian Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.19 Saudi Arabian Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.20 Omani Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.21 Omani Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.22 Omani Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.23 South Korean Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.24 South Korean Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.25 South Korean Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.26 United Kingdom Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.27 United Kingdom Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.28 United Kingdom Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.29 Indonesian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.30 Indonesian Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.31 Indonesian Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.32 Australian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.33 Australian Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.34 Reported Instances of Australian People Trafficking (1990-2001)
Table 5.35 Reported Instances of Australian People Trafficking (2001-2012)
Table 5.36 Australian Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.37 Singaporean Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.38 Singaporean Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.39 Singaporean Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.40 Philippine Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.41 Philippine Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.42 Philippine Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.43 Malaysian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.44 Malaysian Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.45 Malaysian Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.46 Brazilian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.47 Brazilian Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.48 Brazilian Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.49 Nigerian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.50 Nigerian Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.51 Nigerian Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.52 Thai Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.53 Thai Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.54 Thai Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 5.55 Rest of the World Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.56 Rest of the World (ROW) Maritime Security Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.57 Rest of the World (ROW) Maritime Security Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Details)
Table 6.1 SWOT Analysis of the Global Maritime Security Market 2013-2023
Table 8.1 Leading 12 Companies 2013 ($bn Revenue 2012, Product Specialisation)
Table 8.2 Austal 2012 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 8.3 Austal Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)
Table 8.4 AgustaWestland 2012 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 8.5 AgustaWestland Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)
Table 8.6 BAE Systems 2012 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 8.7 BAE Systems Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)
Table 8.8 Boeing 2012 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 8.9 Boeing Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)
Table 8.10 EADS 2012 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 8.11 EADS Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)
Table 8.12 FLIR Systems 2012 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 8.13 FLIR Systems Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)
Table 8.14 Huntington-Ingalls 2012 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 8.15 Huntington Ingalls Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)
Table 8.16 Lockheed Martin 2012 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 8.17 Lockheed Martin Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)
Table 8.18 Northrop Grumman 2012 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 8.19 Northrop Grumman Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)
Table 8.20 Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation 2012 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 8.21 Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)
Table 8.22 Smiths Group 2012 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 8.23 Smiths Detection Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)
Table 8.24 Thales Group 2012 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 8.25 Thales Group Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)
Table 8.26 Other Leading Companies in the Maritime Security Market 2013 (Company, Product /service)
Table 9.1 Global Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 9.2 Global Market Forecast Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($m, CAGR %)
Table 9.3 Submarket Forecasts Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($m, CAGR %)
Table 9.4 Leading 20 National Maritime Security Spending Forecast Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($m, CAGR %)

List of Figures

Figure 2.1 Global Reported Piracy Incidents 1993-2013 (Year, Number of Incidents)
Figure 2.2 Reported East African Piracy Incidents 2008-2013 (Year, Number of Incidents)
Figure 2.3 Reported West African Piracy Incidents 2008-2013 (Year, Number of Incidents)
Figure 2.4 Reported South East Asian Piracy Incidents 2008-2013 (Year, Number of Incidents)
Figure 2.5 Globally Reported Piracy Incidents by Region 2008-2013 (Year, Region, Number of Incidents)
Figure 2.6 Globally Reported Piracy Incidents by Region 2008-2013 (Year, Region, Number of Incidents)
Figure 2.7 Global Maritime Security Market Structure Overview
Figure 2.8 U.S. Port Security Grant Program Funding ($m, 2002-2013)
Figure 3.1 Global Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 4.1 Maritime Security Submarket Forecasts 2013-2023 ($m)
Figure 4.2 Maritime Security Submarkets Share Forecast 2013 (%)
Figure 4.3 Maritime Security Submarkets Share Forecast 2018 (%)
Figure 4.4 Maritime Security Submarkets Share Forecast 2023 (%)
Figure 4.5 Vessel Security Submarket Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 4.6 Vessel Security Submarket Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 4.7 Seaport & Facility Security Submarket Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 4.8 Seaport & Facility Security Submarket Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.1 Leading National Maritime Security Markets Forecast 2013-2023 ($m)
Figure 5.2 Leading National Maritime Security Markets Share Forecast 2013 (%)
Figure 5.3 Leading National Maritime Security Markets Share Forecast 2018 (%)
Figure 5.4 Leading National Maritime Security Markets Share Forecast 2023 (%)
Figure 5.5 US Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.6 US Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.7 Chinese Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.8 Chinese Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.9 Canadian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.10 Canadian Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.11 Japanese Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.12 Japanese Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.13 Indian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.14 Indian Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.15 Saudi Arabian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.16 Saudi Arabian Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.17 Omani Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.18 Omani Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.19 South Korean Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.20 South Korean Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.21 United Kingdom Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.22 United Kingdom Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.23 Indonesian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.24 Indonesian Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.25 Australian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.26 Australian Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.27 Illegal Maritime Immigration to Australia 1990-2012 (Year, Number of Illegal Immigrants)
Figure 5.28 Illegal Maritime Immigration to Australia 1990-2012 (Year, Number of Illegal Boats)
Figure 5.29 Singaporean Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.30 Singaporean Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.31 Filipino Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.32 Filipino Maritime Security Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.33 Malaysian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGRAGR%)
Figure 5.34 Malaysian Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.35 Brazilian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.36 Brazilian Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.37 Nigerian Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.38 Nigerian Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.39 Thai Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.40 Thai Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 5.41 Rest of the World Maritime Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.42 Rest of the World Maritime Security Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)
Figure 8.1 Austal Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 8.2 Austal Organisational Structure
Figure 8.3 AgustaWestland Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 8.4 AgustaWestland Organisational Structure
Figure 8.5 BAE Systems Ltd Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 8.6 BAE Systems Ltd Organisational Structure
Figure 8.7 Boeing Company Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 8.8 Boeing Company Organisational Structure
Figure 8.9 EADS Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 8.10 EADS Organisational Structure
Figure 8.11 FLIR Systems Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 8.12 FLIR Systems Organisational Structure
Figure 8.13 Huntington Ingalls Industries Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 8.14 Huntington Ingalls Industries Organisational Structure
Figure 8.15 Lockheed Martin Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 8.16 Lockheed Martin Organisational Structure
Figure 8.17 Northrop Grumman Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 8.18 Northrop Grumman Organisational Structure
Figure 8.19 Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 8.20 Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation Organisational Structure
Figure 8.21 Smiths Group Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 8.22 Smiths Group Organisational Structure
Figure 8.23 Thales Group Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 8.24 Thales Group Organisational Structure

Companies Listed

Aérospatiale-Matra
Agusta Helicopters
AgustaWestland
Airbus
Airbus Military
Alenia Aermacchi
AMC Search
Apple
Ariane Galileo
Armacraft
ASC Signal Corporation
Astrium
ATECH
ATR
Austal
Austal USA
AXYS Technologies
BAE Land Systems
BAE Systems
BAE Systems Surface Ships
Barco
Boeing
Boeing Commercial Airplanes (BCA)
Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS)
Boeing Integrated Defense Systems
Bollinger Shipyards
Bombardier
Booz Allen Hamilton
Boustead Naval Shipyard
British Aerospace (Bae)
Brunswick Commercial and Government Products
CAE
Cambridge International Systems Inc.
CASA
Cassidian
Cessna
Chantier Naval Couach
China Shipbuilding and Offshore International Ltd. (CSOC)
China Shipbuilding and Trading Company
Cobham
Construcciones Aeronáuticas SA (CASA)
Cubic Corporation
DaimlerChrysler Aerospace AG (DASA),
Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding (DSNS)
Dassault
Daya Materials JV
DCNS
Decision Sciences Corp.
DSME
EADS
EADS CASA
EADS North America
Elbit Systems
Eltel Networks
Embraer
Etel Networks
Eurocopter
Eurocopter Group Japan
exactEarth Ltd.
Finmeccanica
Flex-Tek
FLIR Systems
Forward Slope Inc.
G4S
Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers Ltd. (GRSE)
gCaptain.com
Gdynia Naval Shipyard
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems
General Dynamics
GeoBrugg
GeoEye
GKN
Global West Specialist Agency
Global West Vessel Special Nigeria Ltd.
GMV
Goa Shipyards Limited
Google
GPA Technologies Inc.
Gravois Aluminium Boats
Great Eastern Group Inc.
Griffon Hoverwork
Harbour Offshore Inc.
Hardline-Resolute CMJV
Helibras
Huntington-Ingalls Industries
Hydroid
Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd.
IGTC
ImageWare
Indonesian Aerospace
Insitu Inc.
Intellicheck Mobilisa Inc.
Irving Shipbuilding Inc.
Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd.
Israel Shipyards
John Crane
Kangnam Corp.
Kawasaki
Kelvin Hughes
Kingston Container Terminal
Kongsberg Norcontrol IT
Korbus Naval Design (KND)
Korea Marine Fund Corporation
Korean Air
L-3 Mission
Larsen & Touro (L&T)
Lockheed Corporation
Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Sensors (MS2)
LRAD Corporation
Lung Teh Shipbuilding
Lürssen
MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd
Magal Security Systems
Magellan Aerospace Corporation.
ManTech International Corp.
Marconi Electronic Systems (MES)
Maritime Information Systems
Marsun Company Ltd.
Martin Marietta
McDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd (MDA)
Meggitt
Metal Shark Boats
Metalcraft Marine US Inc
Mitec Telecom Inc.
Mitsubishi Corporation
Mitsui Bussan Aerospace
Nautic Africa
Navantia
Northrop Grumman
ORBIT Communication Systems
OSI Maritime Systems
Pipavav
Poly Technologies Incorporated
Port Security Corps.
Pratt & Whitney
Provincial Aerospace
PT Dirgantara Indoensia
PT-PAL
PZL-Swidnik SA
QinetiQ Maritime
RapiScan Systems
Raytheon
Raytheon Anschütz
Remontowa Shipbuilding
Rheinmetall Group
RiverHawk Fast Sea Frames LLC
Rodman Group
Rodman Polyships
Rolls-Royce
Rolta India
Saab
SAFE Boats International
Sagem
Sauer Inc.
Seaspan Marine Corp.
Seastema
SELEX Sistemi Integrati
Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation
Sillinger
Silver Ships
Singapore Technologies Aerospace
Singapore Technologies Engineering
Smiths Detection
Smiths Group
Smiths Interconnect
Smiths Medical
Socarenam
SOLAS Marine
Space Exploration Technologies Corp.
ST Engineering
Strategic Marine
STX Offshore & Shipbuilding
Suncraft Group
Telespazio
Terma
Thales Canada
Thales Group
The China Shipbuilding Industry Company (CSIC)
Townley Group International
Transas Marine Pacific
Truston Technologies
Ultra Electronics Maritime Systems Inc.
United Technologies Corporation
Vancouver Shipyards Co. Ltd.
VSE Corporation
Vympel Shipbuilding
Wavetrend
Westland Helicopters
Wuchang Shipbuilding Industry Company
Zenitel

Organisations Mentioned in this Report

Al-Shabab
Al-Qaeda
Australian Border Protection Command
Australian Customs & Border Protection Service
Australian Defense Force (ADF)
Australian Federal Police (AFP)
Australian Ministry of Defence
Azerbaijan Customs Authority
Brazilian Air Force (BAF)
Brazilian Army
Brazilian Navy
Canadian Coast Guard (CCG)
Canadian Department of National Defence (DND)
Chinese Coast Guard
Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA)
Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN)
Colombian Navy
Columbian Coast Guard
Commercial Crime Services (CCS)
Croatian Navy
Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organisation (DALO)
European Union (EU)
Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA)
French Navy
Ghana Maritime Authority
Ghana Navy (GN)
Indian Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS)
Indian Coast Guard (ICG)
Indian Ministry of Defence (MoD)
Indian Navy
Indian Ocean Rim Association for Regional Cooperation (IOR-ARC)
Indonesian Defence Forces (TNI)
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
International Maritime Bureau (IMB)
International Maritime Organisation (IMO)
Italian Coast Guard
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