CBRNE Detection Devices Market to Hit USD 9.8 Bn Mark by 2022, Expects WinterGreen Research in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
28 Nov 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Toxic industrial chemicals, chemical warfare agents and toxic industrial materials are some of the issues we have to face given risks associated with terrorist threats. That is why the demand for CBRNE detection devices is increasing across the globe.
Handheld devices make it possible to detect threats faster and ensure public safety as well as response team protection.
Much attention is now paid to R&D activities in the field of sensors and technology permits detection of hazardous substances that may be used by terrorists. CBRNE’s detection and identification at a distance have become a crucial factor since they can protect first ones to find the hazmat.
Device integration is another problem since it is not easy to manage several separate detection devices simultaneously.
At present, optical techniques and lasers are widely used in the standoff detection thanks to their power to actively and passively probe threats a different distances, be they near or far.
The military and emergency responders are among major users of CBRNE devices.
Spending on CBRNE detection devices has recently increased in many countries owing to the growing number of terrorist attacks from pole t pole.
As of 2015, a value of the world’s CBRNE market stood at more than USD 2.18 billion.
It is set to increase significantly in the offing: this marketplace is forecast to be worth USD 9.8 billion by 2022.
In-demand research report “CBRNE Detection Devices: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2016 to 2022” drawn up by WinterGreen Research offers a comprehensive guide to the worldwide CBRNE marketplace. The study starts with a detailed introduction to threats detection. It proceeds with an in-depth insight into the dynamics of this market space.
The report sheds light on technologies and concentrates on the competitive landscape. The research study explores how different threats are detected. It casts light on products available in the marketplace. The research report also projects future development in the marketplace.
More insightful studies by WinterGreen can be found at its page.