A new analysis indicates that the global infrastructure security market, in terms of government spending, will reach a value of $32.55bn in 2012. The Infrastructure Security Market 2012-2022: Government Spending for Homeland Security (HLS) Report finds that investment will continue in ensuring the physical integrity of nations’ vital infrastructure, with very strong growth in Asia and the Middle East. Continued economic weakness in Europe and North America will not lead to a major decline in real spending in the medium to long term, although a repeat of the previous decade’s rapid expansion in homeland security (HLS) in not forecast. The crucial importance of energy exports to many nations, increasing global interdependence, pressing terrorist threats, and rapid expansion of infrastructure provision will be among the factors ensuring strong growth across the developing world.
The author of the Infrastructure Security Market 2012-2022: Government Spending for Homeland Security (HLS), report commented that: “Whilst in some cases funding for cybersecurity is increasing more rapidly, this protection has little utility by itself unless the physical integrity of the infrastructure itself is appropriately safeguarded. Investment and innovation will continue in equipment and services such as IP surveillance cameras, sensor systems, perimeter fencing and biometric access control.”
The report contains 143 tables, charts and figures that quantify and forecast the Infrastructure security market. It provides forecasts for the period 2012-2022 in terms of value (US$) for the Infrastructure security market, which is broken down into 4 submarkets for analysis, as well as for 16 leading national markets and a ‘rest of the world’ forecast, that together form the overall capital expenditure figure. The report provides profiles of 40 leading companies operating within the infrastructure security market and details of major recent contracts and developments. Also included are 2 interviews with experts in the field of Infrastructure security, providing specialist insight alongside this new analysis.
The Infrastructure Security Market 2012-2022: Government Spending for Homeland Security (HLS), report will be of value to current and future potential investors in the infrastructure security, as well as companies and research centres who wish to broaden their knowledge of the Infrastructure security market.
Source: ASDReports - Market Research
Date: May 15, 2012