Global Government Spending on Homeland Security to Hit $178.2bn in 2010 Says New Report
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By: Joe Walsh
According to the 309 page report, various scanning, detection and protection capabilities are being deployed and refined in this growing market. Moreover, the scope for integration of current protective measures is considerable. A host of new technologies and inventive applications of current equipment is required to secure states from threats to their populations, assets and infrastructures. From UAVs to biometric e-passports, from underwater sonar equipment to advanced imaging technology, the market for homeland security is large and varied.
The US dominates the homeland security market, and is among only a handful of countries to have a dedicated Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Other major markets include Saudi Arabia, India and China - all of which are set to experience strong growth in the coming decades as they grapple with a variety of internal and external threats to stability. The EU nations of France, Italy, Germany and UK are finding their efforts to improve homeland security limited by the strain of budgetary pressure, but are nonetheless likely to experience growth too.
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