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Report Examines UAV Usage for Border Security Applications

Market Intel Group : 18 January, 2011  (New Product)
Market Intel Group has produced a report in the wake of the SBInet program cancellation detailing potential border security applications for the UAV sector
On January 14, 2011, American Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano put SBInet out of its misery and cancelled the project, saying that: "SBInet cannot meet its original objective of providing a single, integrated border security technology solution." reported, "Boeing’s program executive director admitted it turned out to be a harder technological problem than Boeing ever anticipated stating that 'We thought it would be very easy, and it wasn't.'"

Many of us, including Market Intel Group UAV analysts, knew (and wrote) that SBInet was Dead On Arrival, but it still hurts to see one billion dollars of taxpayers’ money go to naught. If there is one lesson to learn from this fiasco, it is that UAVs should become a much more prominent element of any new US border protection program. That lesson applies at least equally to those nations with America's border problem but without that much money to waste.

The report Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for Border Security - Global Market & Technologies Outlook - 2010-2015, published by Market Intel Group LLC (MIG) shows you how American Homeland Security leaders looked at border security as well as how a proper UAV-based Border Security Operating Concept should look.

Furthermore, this report provides additional business opportunities insight by highlighting two specific suggestions for technologies that vendors should develop now in order to be prepared for flight in congested airspace, such as in Europe and the United States.

This report identifies, analyzes and forecasts these topics, among others:

    * Global UAV Procurement Forecast - By Region - 2010-2015

    * Global General and Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast by Region - 2010-2015

    * Global Border Security - UAV Procurement Forecast - by Technology - 2010-2015

    * Global Border Security UAV - Market Forecast - by Technology - 2010-2015

    * Global Border Security UAV - Operations & Maintenance Forecast - by Technology - 2010-2015

    * Global Border Security - Areas of Concern & Types of Threats

    * Border Security UAV - Operating Concept

    * Border Security UAVs - Sensor & Radio Coverage

    * How to Sell Border Security UAVs

MiG’s “Border Security” research report is one of a series of UAV markets and Technologies outlook reports, that also analyzes and forecast UAV markets for Counter-Insurgency and Commercial Applications.

The new reports also provide much needed insight on these issues:

    * Filling gaps in today’s UAV offerings (focus on unmet demand)

    * Creating the right partnerships to offer complete UAV-based capabilities

    * Learning the language of border security, counter-insurgency and commercial applications, so as to make those offers effectively

    * Creating effective presentations with specific data and high resolution graphics (included)

    * Approaching those nations with border security, and counter-insurgency problems that may be solved with the right UAV capabilities
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