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The non-lethal weapons market is expected to record strong growth rates over the next decade. Non-lethal weapons are becoming a standard piece of equipment for police departments in the developed world as well as starting to see use in the developing world. New developments in technology have made directed energy weapons operationally feasible for the first time.
Though recent pressures on defence and law enforcement budgets have placed a strain on research and development and acquisition budgets the testing of new technology has shown good results and is likely to be further funded. Furthermore the acquisition of non-lethal systems is likely to be given priority status by many law enforcement departments to deal with the increasing number of civil unrest situations as well as to reduce incidence of the use of lethal force.
Visiongain’s analysis concludes that the non-lethal weapons market will be worth $1,651m in 2015.
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