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The Counter-IED Market 2011-2021: Systems and Technologies for Force Protection

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2012-12-10 19:20:18 - The Counter-IED Market 2011-2021: Systems and Technologies for Force Protection - a new market research report on companiesandmarkets.com

The Counter-IED Market 2011-2021: Systems and Technologies for Force Protection Report Sample- Leading Companies in the Counter-IED Market - Allen Vanguard Corporation: Allen Vanguard is a Canadian company that supplies a range of counter-IED products and technologies. Among its products are the Equinox jammer, a vehicle-based electronic countermeasures (ECM) system against radio-controlled IEDs (RCIEDs). It also produces the Vanguard and Defender remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) or robots used by explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) teams in counter-IED operations.It also markets the Scorpion manportable ECM solution for use by soldiers on foot patrols. With its acquisition of Med-Eng, it also supplies personal protective equipment used by personnel in demining and counter-IED operations. Allen-Vanguard supplies jamming devices to Canada, Australia, and a number

 

 

of European militaries. The company´s headquarters are located in Ottawa, Ontario.BAE Systems Land Systems: BAE Systems Land Systems OMC supplies the RG-31 mine-resistant vehicles. The RG-31 is a 4x4 vehicle that can typically carry two crew along with six dismounts. BAE Systems Land Systems OMC supplies the RG-31 to the US military in conjunction with General Dynamics Land Systems Canada.BAE Systems also markets the Caiman series of MRAPs, which is based on the Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV), the US Army´s platform of 5-ton and 2.5-ton trucks. The FMTV were built by Stewart & Stevenson, which was later acquired by Armor Holdings. The latter also produced the Caiman. BAE Systems acquired Armor Holdings.The company´s corporate headquarters are located in Farnborough, UK. BAE Systems have more than 100,000 employees worldwide.IntroductionImprovised explosive devices (IEDs) have proven to be an effective and increasingly preferred weapon by insurgents, primarily in Iraq and later in Afghanistan, along with many other places in the world. Many of the world´s leading armed forces have responded by spending heavily on equipment that will protect against IEDs, such as mine-resistant vehicles, jammers that block radio signals meant to detonate IEDs, detection and disposal systems, and robots and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) intended to detect the deadly menace.While demand has peaked in recent years, spending on counter-IED spending remains significant. IEDs, being cheap and relatively easy to make with widely available material are expected to remain a threat in future conflicts. The global counter-IED market is expected to amount to $6.4bn in 2011. The past year has seen significant defence spending cuts but for the next few years, spending on counter-IED systems will remain robust over the next decade. The continued development of new counter-IED systems is also expected to sustain demand.Report ScopeThis market research report examines the counter-IED market over the next decade, providing detailed market forecasts for each of the leading national markets. This report will describe how the counter-IED market is likely to unfold over the next decade given current constraints along with related national programmes.• A comprehensive analysis of the global counter-IED market and how it will unfold over the next decade.
• Analysis and forecasting which has been reinforced by consultation with expert opinion. Within the report, you will read the full transcript of an original and exclusive interview with NIITEK Inc, a leading counter-IED company:
• 71 tables and graphs quantifying, analysing and forecasting the counter-IED market in detail from 2011-2021.
• Forecasts at the global level for the counter-IED market from 2011-2021.
• Forecasts for 10 leading national counter-IED markets from 2011-2021 with a comprehensive review of programmes within each of the 10 national markets.
• Submarket forecasts for four counter-IED submarkets from 2011-2021:
• Profiles of 20 of the leading companies within the counter-IED market.
• A SWOT analysis of the main strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to the counter-IED market over the next ten years.

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