The global full-body scanners market is projected to grow from USD 276 million in 2020 to USD 485 million by 2025, at a CAGR of 11.9% from 2020 to 2025. Some of the factors that are expected to fuel the growth of the market are the increasing safety concerns due to rising incidences of terrorism, growing need for contraband detection in prisons, and increased drug trafficking at transit hubs.
Smiths Detection Group Ltd. (UK), Leidos Security Detection & Automation (US), Rapiscan Systems (US), ADANI (US), OD Security (Netherlands), Tek 84 Inc (US), Westminster International Ltd (UK), Nuctech Co Ltd. (China), Millivision Technologies (US), Brijot Imaging Systems, Inc. (US), Braun & Company Ltd (UK), Rohde & Schwarz (Germany), and C.E.I.A. SpA (US), among others, are the key players in the full-body scanners market. These players have adopted growth strategies such as new product developments, contracts, partnerships, and acquisitions to expand their presence in the market.
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Smiths Detection Group Ltd. (UK) offers both X-ray and Millimeter Wave body scanners. The company is an innovator and its products are installed in major airports, seaports, borders, and defense establishments. In July 2017, the company sold its Morpho global Explosive Trace Detection (ETD) business to OSI Systems (US) for USD 75.5 million in cash.
Leidos Security Detection & Automation (US) is one of the top players in the full-body scanners market. The company caters to the US Department of Homeland Security; Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, the Netherlands; and the German Ministry of the Interior, among other organizations. It has received multiple certifications and awards from the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) for its products. Its full-body scanners are widely used at airports and other transit hubs.
ADANI (US), another key player in the full-body scanners market, provides solutions for correctional facilities, customs & border crossings, and industrial security, among other applications. The company offers x-ray screening products for people, small baggage, cargo, and vehicles. It is in the process of implementing deeply learning neural networks into its CONPASS Smart DV and has already begun to improve the algorithms of artificial intelligence, which is the transition to self-learning neural networks. In 2018, the company was contracted by an Angolan law enforcement agency to supply and install a number of CONPASS XSC Full Body Security Screening Systems to assist the authorities in screening and detecting potential drug smugglers attempting to transport illicit substances in and out of Angola.
Full-body Scanners Market by End-Use Sector (Transport, Critical Infrastructure), Technology (X-ray, Millimeter Wave), Output (Single View, Dual View, 3D), Detection (Manual, Automatic), Component (Hardware, Software), and Region - Global Forecast to 2025
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