The new defence report – Military Video Surveillance Systems Market 2010-2020: Full-Motion Video for ISR – assesses the exciting business opportunities presented by one of the most dynamic technological markets in the defence industry. Our in-depth study examines the leading national markets for military video surveillance systems, as well as assessing the factors that are driving sales growth around the world. Our analysis has concluded that worldwide spending on military video surveillance systems will reach $7.7bn in 2010.

We examine the commercial prospects for companies involved in supplying products ranging from video cameras to full-motion video (FMV) processing architectures. This analytical report defines the current state of the military video surveillance systems market and discusses its potential for growth from 2010 onwards, with detailed sales forecasting carried out at both global and national levels. We analyse the combination of drivers and restraints that are resulting in increasing sales around the world. We also examine the most promising areas of technological development that are likely to affect procurement decisions over our forecast period.

How are the military powers seeking to overcome the challenges posed by processing increasing volumes of video data? Which national military video surveillance systems markets offer the most significant growth opportunities between 2010 and 2020? What are the likely effects of intense pressure on government budgets? To what extent is the increasing US focus on acquiring intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) assets for counter-insurgency missions in Iraq and Afghanistan driving sales?

We answer these critical questions and many more through the in-depth analyses presented within this report.

A comprehensive analysis of the military video surveillance systems market

Military Video Surveillance Systems Market 2010-2020: Full-Motion Video for ISR examines the global market for video surveillance systems used by armed forces from an impartial standpoint. We offer a review of significant military video surveillance systems contracting activity based on our close analysis of information obtained from multiple sources.

The report draws on a rich combination of official corporate and governmental announcements, media reports, policy documents, industry statements and a gathering of unique expert opinion from leading industry figures. These primary research interviews are not available elsewhere – only by ordering this report will you have access to them.

Military Video Surveillance Systems Market 2010-2020: Full-Motion Video for ISR provides detailed sales forecasts for the global market and leading national markets; a strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) analysis; discussions of commercial and technological trends; and assessments of the most important market drivers and restraints. This report also includes transcripts of five in-depth interviews with industry experts. This package of analyses cannot be obtained anywhere else.

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- You will come to understand the current state of the global military video surveillance systems market and form a clear vision of how it is expected to develop, based on our detailed market forecasts.
- You will be able to examine detailed global sales forecasts from 2010 to 2020.
- You will also be able to study sales forecasts for the leading national markets from 2010 to 2020.
- You will gain an insight into the military video surveillance systems market’s potential for further sales growth by examining the key commercial drivers and restraints.
- You will learn how the leading players in the military video surveillance systems marketplace are performing, with accompanying analysis of recent significant contract awards.
- You will be able to appreciate the range of factors affecting market growth with our SWOT analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
- You will discover what experts from five of the leading companies in the military video surveillance systems sector think the future holds by reading original interviews covering a wide range of relevant topics, from bringing commercial innovation into the government sphere to weathering the economic downturn and securing business opportunities. The featured companies interviewed are:
- Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS);
- Harris Corporation;
- Lockheed Martin Corporation;
- Sarnoff Corporation; and
- Z Microsystems Inc.

FMV has come to play an indispensable role in the all-source intelligence blend available to military decision-makers. The video surveillance market is therefore expected to benefit from the establishment of further acquisition programmes relating to systems ranging from video cameras to FMV processing architectures.

Our analysis demonstrates that the global military video surveillance systems market is a growing marketplace offering opportunities that are likely to see a range of companies realising commercial success, from major defence contractors and systems integrators to niche video-analysis specialists.

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Table Of Contents

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction to Military Video Surveillance Systems
2.1 Full-Motion Video for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
2.2 The Challenge of Video Processing
2.3 Defining Motion Imagery
2.4 The Benefits of This Report
2.5 Methods

3. The Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
3.1 Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
3.2 US Dominance of the Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
3.3 Fastest-Growing National Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets
3.4 Growth Opportunities in the International Military Video Surveillance Systems Marketplace

4. Leading National Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets
4.1 US Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.1.1 US Air Force
4.1.1.1 Focus on Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
4.1.1.2 Gorgon Stare
4.1.1.3 Multi-Spectral Targeting System
4.1.1.4 MX-15Di
4.1.2 US Army
4.1.2.1 Base Expeditionary Targeting and Surveillance Systems-Combined
4.1.2.2 Star SAFIRE
4.1.2.3 Tacticomp
4.1.2.4 TerraSight
4.1.2.5 Autonomous Real-Time Ground Ubiquitous Surveillance - Imaging System
4.1.3 US Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Task Force
4.1.3.1 Budget Priority
4.1.3.2 MC-12W Liberty
4.1.4 US Joint Forces Command
4.1.4.1 Empire Challenge 09
4.1.4.2 Valiant Angel
4.1.5 US Marine Corps
4.1.5.1 VideoScout-MC
4.1.5.2 Ground Based Operational Surveillance System
4.1.5.3 Praetorian
4.1.6 US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
4.1.7 US Operationally Responsive Space Office
4.2 Chinese Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.3 UK Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.4 French Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.5 Israeli Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.6 Russian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.7 German Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.8 South Korean Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.9 Saudi Arabian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.10 Indian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
4.11 Rest of the World Military Video Surveillance Systems Market

5. SWOT Analysis of the Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
5.1 Strengths
5.1.1 High Demand for Full-Motion Video
5.1.2 Acquisition of Advanced ISR Assets
5.1.3 Innovation in Commercial Industry
5.1.4 Emerging Powers Maintaining Spending Plans
5.2 Weaknesses
5.2.1 Communications Network Capacity Constraints
5.2.2 Video Processing Challenges
5.2.3 Continuing Pressure on Government Budgets
5.2.4 Limited Budgets for ISR in Emerging Markets
5.3 Opportunities
5.3.1 Counter-Insurgency Operations
5.3.2 Surveillance Systems for Force Protection
5.3.3 The Rise of Unmanned ISR Platforms
5.3.4 High-Definition Video
5.4 Threats
5.4.1 Concern over Emphasis on Unmanned ISR Systems
5.4.2 Delays in Determining Video Standards
5.4.3 Uncertain Global Economic Outlook
5.4.4 Delaying Uptake While Technology Matures

6. Expert Opinion
6.1 Lockheed Martin Corporation: Jon Armstrong, Director of Full-Motion Video Solutions
6.1.1 Adapting Advanced Technology to Analytical Processes
6.1.2 Valiant Angel Marks Milestone in Managing Full-Motion Video
6.1.3 Considering Advantages and Challenges of Video
6.1.4 US Military Fields Numerous Video Assets
6.1.5 Continuing Warfighter Demand for Video Drives Sales
6.1.6 Plans for Strategic Architecture Integration and Tactical Application Development
6.2 Boeing Defense, Space and Security (BDS): Dewey Houck, Director, Intelligence and Security Systems (IandSS) Mission Systems; Mike Gannon, VSOC Program Manager, Global Security Systems
6.2.1 Advantages and Disadvantages of Full-Motion Video Intelligence
6.2.2 Experience Protecting US Borders
6.2.3 Deployment of Unmanned Aircraft Systems Powers Sales Growth
6.3 Harris Corporation: Fred Poole, Director of Advanced ISR Programs and Government Digital Media Solutions, Broadcast Communications Division
6.3.1 Applying Broadcast Industry Experience to Government Challenges
6.3.2 FAME Architecture Puts Video in Context
6.3.3 Ensuring Security While Maintaining Video Quality
6.3.4 Giving Troops Access to Video Feeds
6.3.5 Grasping Opportunities to Take Commercial Innovation into Military Markets
6.3.6 US Government Lags Behind Industry in Handling Full-Motion Video
6.3.7 US Allies Express Interest in Video Systems
6.3.8 Awaiting Acquisition Decisions
6.4 Z Microsystems Inc: Jack Wade, Chief Executive Officer
6.4.1 Supplier of Rugged Computing Systems to Government and Military Users
6.4.2 Developing Video Image Processing Algorithms
6.4.3 Enhancing Full-Motion Video from Unmanned Platforms
6.4.4 Image Processing Requires Extremely Powerful Computers
6.4.5 Security Measures for Commercial Off-The-Shelf Products
6.4.6 Demand for Unmanned Aircraft Lessens Impact of Recession
6.5 Sarnoff Corporation: John Bradburn, Senior Director of Government Business Development
6.5.1 Legacy of Vision Systems Development
6.5.2 Military Video Provides Strong and Growing Business Area
6.5.3 Moving Beyond Situational Awareness to Produce Actionable Intelligence
6.5.4 Strong RandD Base Offers Protection from Economic Storm
6.5.5 Challenging Prime Contractors for Business
6.5.6 In-House RandD Producing Readily Deployable Technology

7. Leading Military Video Surveillance Systems Companies
7.1 AAI Corporation
7.2 Ampex Data Systems Corporation
7.3 BAE Systems
7.4 BlueSky Mast Inc
7.5 Boeing Defense, Space and Security (BDS)
7.6 Curtiss-Wright Controls Inc
7.7 Defence Vision Systems Ltd (DVS)
7.8 Digital Results Group Inc (DRG)
7.9 EchoStorm Worldwide LLC
7.10 FLIR Systems Inc
7.11 Harris Corporation
7.12 ICx Technologies Inc
7.13 Intergraph Corporation
7.14 intuVision Inc
7.15 L-3 Communications Holdings Inc
7.16 Lockheed Martin Corporation
7.17 Northrop Grumman Corporation
7.18 Raytheon Company
7.19 Sarnoff Corporation
7.20 SecurWireless Inc
7.21 Sensors Unlimited Inc
7.22 Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC)
7.23 Thales Group
7.24 VideoBank
7.25 Z Microsystems Inc

8. Conclusions
8.1 Global Demand in the Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
8.2 Drivers of Growth in the Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
8.2.1 Growing Demand for Full-Motion Video to Enhance Counter-Insurgency Operations and Force Protection
8.2.2 Equipping New Manned and Unmanned ISR Assets
8.3 Restraints on Growth in the Military Video Surveillance Systems Market
8.3.1 The Challenge of Achieving Standardised Video Processing
8.3.2 Limited Communications Capacity
8.4 Opportunities in the Military Video Surveillance Systems Market

9. Glossary

List of Tables and Figures

Table 3.1 Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 3.2 Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market CAGR (%), 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 3.3 Drivers and Restraints in the Military Video Surveillance Systems Market 2010-2020
Table 3.4 Leading National Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets, 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 3.5 Leading National Military Video Surveillance Systems Market Share, 2009, 2015, 2020 (%)
Table 3.6 US vs. Non-US Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets, 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 3.7 US vs. Non-US Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets CAGR (%), 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 3.8 Fastest-Growing National Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets CAGR (%), 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 3.9 Leading National Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets Cumulative Sales, 2010-2020 ($m, %)
Table 3.10 US vs. Non-US Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets Cumulative Sales, 2010-2020 ($m, %)
Table 4.1 US Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.2 US Military Video Surveillance Systems Market CAGR (%), 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.3 Chinese Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.4 Chinese Military Video Surveillance Systems Market CAGR (%), 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.5 UK Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.6 UK Military Video Surveillance Systems Market CAGR (%), 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.7 French Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.8 French Military Video Surveillance Systems Market CAGR (%), 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.9 Israeli Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.10 Israeli Military Video Surveillance Systems Market CAGR (%), 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.11 Russian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.12 Russian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market CAGR (%), 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.13 German Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.14 German Military Video Surveillance Systems Market CAGR (%), 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.15 South Korean Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.16 South Korean Military Video Surveillance Systems Market CAGR (%), 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.17 Saudi Arabian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.18 Saudi Arabian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market CAGR (%), 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.19 Indian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.20 Indian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market CAGR (%), 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 4.21 Rest of the World Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m, % AGR)
Table 4.22 Rest of the World Military Video Surveillance Systems Market CAGR (%), 2010-2020, 2010-2015, 2015-2020
Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis of the Military Video Surveillance Systems Market 2010-2020

Figure 3.1 Global Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 3.2 Leading National Military Video Surveillance Systems Market Share, 2009 (%)
Figure 3.3 Leading National Military Video Surveillance Systems Market Share, 2015 (%)
Figure 3.4 Leading National Military Video Surveillance Systems Market Share, 2020 (%)
Figure 3.5 US vs. Non-US Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets, 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 3.6 US vs. Non-US Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets, 2009 vs. 2020 ($m)
Figure 3.7 Fastest-Growing National Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets CAGR (%), 2010-2020
Figure 3.8 Leading National Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets Cumulative Sales, 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 3.9 Leading National Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets Cumulative Sales, 2010-2020 (%)
Figure 3.10 US vs. Non-US Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets Cumulative Sales, 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 3.11 US vs. Non-US Military Video Surveillance Systems Markets Cumulative Sales, 2010-2020 (%)
Figure 4.1 US Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.2 Chinese Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.3 UK Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.4 French Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.5 Israeli Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.6 Russian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.7 German Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.8 South Korean Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.9 Saudi Arabian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.10 Indian Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m)
Figure 4.11 Rest of the World Military Video Surveillance Systems Market, 2010-2020 ($m)

Companies Mentioned in This Report

AAI Corporation
Alliant Techsystems Inc (ATK)
Ampex Data Systems Corporation
BAE Systems
BlueSky Mast Inc
Boeing Company
Boeing Defense, Space and Security (BDS)
Boeing Directed Energy Systems (DES)
Boeing Intelligence and Security Systems (IandSS)
Boeing Intelligence and Security Systems (IandSS), Global Security Systems
Boeing Intelligence and Security Systems (IandSS), Mission Systems
Certa Cito Marketing Communications
Chereskin Communications
Cisco Systems Inc
Cloud Cap Technology Inc
CNN
Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing
Curtiss-Wright Controls Inc
Curtiss-Wright Corporation
Defence Vision Systems Ltd (DVS)
Diehl BGT Defence
Digital Results Group Inc (DRG)
Earl Industries LLC
EchoStorm Worldwide LLC
ELCAN Optical Technologies
Essential Viewing Systems Ltd
FLIR Systems Inc
General Dynamics Corporation (GD)
Global Near Space Services (GNSS)
Goodrich Corporation
Goodrich Corporation, Goodrich ISR Systems
Harris Corporation
Harris Corporation, Broadcast Communications
Harris Corporation, RF Communications
Hawker Beechcraft Corporation
Henry Brothers Electronics Inc
ICOP Digital Inc
ICx Technologies Inc
ICx Vision Systems
Insitu Inc
Intergraph Corporation
Intergraph Corporation, Process, Power and Marine (PPandM)
Intergraph Corporation, Security, Government and Infrastructure (SGandI)
intuVision Inc
JPS Communications Inc
Kappa Opto-Electronics GmbH
L-3 Coleman Aerospace
L-3 Communications Holdings Inc
L-3 Communications Holdings Inc, Advanced Products and Design (APandD)
L-3 Communications Holdings Inc, Mission Integration Division (MID)
L-3 Communications Integrated Systems (L-3/IS)
L-3 Communications WESCAM
L-3 Communication Systems-West
L-3 Global Security and Engineering Solutions (GSandES)
L-3 Interstate Electronics Corporation (L-3 IEC)
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Lockheed Martin Information Systems and Global Services (ISandGS)
Lockheed Martin UK
NetApp Inc
Northrop Grumman Corporation
ODF Optronics Ltd
Oshkosh Corporation
PureTech Systems Inc
Raytheon Civil Communications Solutions
Raytheon Company
RCA Laboratories
Real-Time Vision Ltd
Rheinmetall Defence
Sagem Defense Securite
Sarnoff Corporation
Schiebel Industries AG
SecurWireless Inc
Sensors Unlimited Inc
Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC)
Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC), Integrated Mission Systems (IMS)
Skyquest Ltd
Skyquest Systems Ltd
Spectrolab Inc
SRI International
Tapestry Solutions Inc
Telos Corporation
Textron Inc
Textron Systems Corporation
Thales Deutschland
Thales Group
VideoBank
Z Microsystems Inc

Government Agencies and Organisations Mentioned in This Report

Canadian Department of National Defence (DND)
Canadian Forces (CF)
Canadian Forces Aerospace Warfare Centre (CFAWC)
Canadian Forces Aerospace Warfare Centre (CFAWC), Electronic Warfare Operational Support (EWOS)
Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA)
Colombian Air Force
Colombian Ministry of Defence (MoD)
European Union (EU)
French Army
French Defence Procurement Agency (DGA)
German Bundeswehr
Indian Air Force
Indian Ministry of Defence (MoD)
Israel Defense Forces (IDF)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Lincoln Laboratory
National Army of Colombia
National Institute of Aeronautics and Space of Indonesia (LAPAN)
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Consultation, Command and Control Agency (NC3A)
Republic of Korea Navy
Technical University of Berlin (TUB)
UK Metropolitan Police Service
UK Metropolitan Police Service, Air Support Unit (ASU)
US Air Force (USAF)
US Air Force (USAF) Aeronautical Systems Center (ASC)
US Air Force (USAF) Combined Air Operations Center-Experimental (CAOC-X)
US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)
US Army
US Army Asymmetric Warfare Office (AAWO)
US Army Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM)
US Army Aviation Applied Technology Directorate (AATD)
US Army National Training Center (NTC)
US Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM)
US Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM), Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC)
US Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM), Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC), Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate (NVESD)
US Army Space and Missile Defense Command (USASMDC)
US Central Command (CENTCOM)
US Congress
US Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
US Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)
US Department of Defense (DoD)
US Department of Defense (DoD), Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Task Force
US Department of Defense (DoD), Operationally Responsive Space (ORS)
US Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
US Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM)
US Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM), Joint Intelligence Laboratory (JIL)
US Marine Corps (USMC)
US Marine Corps (USMC) Warfighting Laboratory (MCWL)
US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), National Center for Geospatial Intelligence Standards (NCGIS)
US National Guard
US Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)
US Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC)
US Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Crane Division
US Navy (USN)

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