Full-body scanners are vital in airports, prisons and other vital facilities to ensure security. In the last decade, there have been notable developments in the technologies used in full-body scanners. In this time of rising threats to disrupt global peace and growing demand for advanced security detection solutions worldwide, with an ever-evolving market and rising demand, full-body scanner manufacturers aim to develop advanced inspection systems that can meet these rigorous demands. Full-body scanners use technologies such as millimeter wave, backscatter X-ray, transmission X-ray, pulse detection, and infrared thermal detection, among others, to scan the entire body of a subject for weapons and explosives. These scanners are developed to replace current walk-through metal detectors to improve safety and security at places of critical importance, such as airports, train stations, seaports, prisons, and government facilities.
The Full-body Scanners Market is projected to grow from USD 153 million in 2022 to USD 302 million by 2027, at a CAGR of 14.5% during the forecast period. The dynamics of the Full-body scanners market are influenced by events in the aerospace industry and global trade. With advancements in technology, the full-body scanners that will be adopted in transport facilities and critical infrastructures are expected to increase. New technologies are being adopted to make full-body scanners more advanced and efficient. These factors will also drive the market in the future.
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Contracts, agreements, investments, new product launches and acquisitions are among some of the key strategies adopted by the leading market players and various stakeholders to strengthen and sustain their position in the Full-body scanners market. For instance, In September 2022, Clinton County Jail (US) acquired a full-body scanner from Tek84 Inc. (US) to be used to screen inmates for contrabands. It will be used to detect concealed weapons, drugs, cell phones and many other things.
Major players operating in the Full-body scanners market include Smiths Detection (UK), Leidos Security Detection & Automation (Scotland), LINEV Systems (UK), OD Security (Netherlands), and Tek84 Inc. (US) among others. These key players offer Full-body scanner and services to different key stakeholders. These leading players have well-equipped manufacturing facilities and strong distribution networks across North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.
Smiths Detection Group Ltd. (Smiths Detection), a part of Smiths Group Plc., is a provider of integrated security solutions, including the application, management, and manufacturing of detection & screening technology for aviation, ports & borders, urban security, and defense facilities.
Leidos Security Detection & Automation is a leader in security and detection products. In May, the company was acquired by Leidos. It has a diverse portfolio that includes solutions for advanced personnel screening, explosive & narcotics detection, metal detection, and air cargo security screening.
LINEV System, a subsidiary of ADANI, was the first company in the world to develop transmission x-ray full-body inspection systems. The company caters to every major market in over 70 countries. It has more than 620 installations of security solutions worldwide. It provides solutions that are compliant with the ANSI N43.17 2009 standard, highlighting product safety and ensuring that its equipment can be safely used on a regular basis.
OD Security is a privately owned company that started developing scanners for security purposes in early 2003. The company is involved in developing human x-ray systems and focuses on only one product: Soter RS, an advanced security X-ray system. This product has been deployed in airports and prisons as well as by customs agencies. The company caters to a wide range of end users, such as aviation, law enforcement, government facilities, and state prisons.
Tek84 Inc. primarily focuses on developing products related to security screening. The company develops and manufactures high-technology security products for screening and surveillance and also conducts research & development for government agencies, including various US government agencies such as the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, Transportation Security Administration, the Department of Energy, the Counter Terrorism Technical Support Office, and the United States Secret Service, as well as the Israeli Security Agency
Full-Body Scanners Market by End Use (Transport, Critical Infrastructure), Technology (X-ray, millimeter wave), Type (single view, dual view, 3D), Detection (Manual, Automatic) Component (Hardware, Software) and Region - Global Forecast to 2027
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