A new market research report on military video surveillance markets says that worldwide government spending on those systems will reach $8.09 billion in 2011.
The Visiongain study—The Military Video Surveillance Systems Market 2011-2021: Full Motion Video for ISR—focuses on the business opportunities presented by that marketplace, which are in the areas of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR).
In addition, the study examined the 15 leading national markets for military video surveillance systems by sales, as well as assessing the wide range of factors that are driving sales growth around the world, according to Visiongain, which is marketing the full report.
The study examines the commercial prospects for companies involved in supplying products and services ranging from “front-end” military video surveillance systems, including full-motion video (FMV)-capable sensor payloads tasked with collecting video, to “back-end” military video surveillance systems involved in video data processing, exploitation and dissemination (PED).
Visiongain says the report “defines the current state of the global military video surveillance systems market and discusses its potential for growth from 2011 onwards, with detailed sales forecasting carried out at global, national and submarket levels.”
Visiongain analyzed “the combination of drivers and restraints that are resulting in increasing sales” and they examined “the most promising areas of technological development that are likely to affect procurement decisions over our forecast period.” Visiongain also says the report will provide “a thorough understanding of the global military video surveillance systems market and form a clear vision of how it is set to develop, based on our market forecasts for 2011 to 2021.”