In 2014, the global non-lethal weapons market was dominated by Taser International Manufacturing Company (U.S.), Combined Systems Inc. (U.S.), The Safariland Group (U.S.) and Condor Non-lethal Technologies (Brazil), among others. These companies are expected to continue their dominance till 2020.
Top two players of non-lethal weapons market
Taser International, Inc. is engaged in developing, manufacturing and selling conducted electrical weapons for use in law enforcement, federal, military, corrections, private security, and personal defense markets. The company operates its business through the following segments: TASER Weapons and AXON business. The TASER Weapons segment includes sale of CEWs, accessories and other products and services. The AXON business segment focuses on wearables, cloud and mobile products, including AXON video products. The company manufactures four hand-held conducted electrical weapons (CEWs) product lines, including TASER X26P, TASER X2, TASER X26, and TASER M26. TASER acquired MediaSolv Corporation (U.S.) to broaden Digital Evidence Management Solutions for Law Enforcement. This acquisition created industry-leading capabilities and increased the total number of major cities on TASER's Digital Platform to 23 in 2015. TASER has also announced partnership with Italy-based Amped Software, a premier provider of forensic video enhancement solutions, which will further enable law enforcement to use a variety of tools to analyze evidence through Axon Forensic Suite.
Combined Systems, Inc. (CSI) is a U.S. based firm that supports military forces and law enforcement agencies around the world. The company primarily supports its military and law enforcement customers in developing, manufacturing and supplying various types of products, such as aerosol defense, irritant and smoke munitions, impact munitions, flash-bangs, sting-ball grenades, Penn arms launchers, CTS-Thompson handcuffs, disposable restraints, breaching munitions and breaching tools. It supplies these products to various countries such as Tunisia, Yemen, Germany, Netherlands, India, East Timor, Hong Kong, Argentina, Chile, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Cameroon, and Sierra Leone, as well as its most high-profile clients, as of late, are Egypt and Israel. The company’s tear gas is the primary product used by the Egyptian security forces in its attempt to crush demonstrations.
It is important to note that this market is dominated by private players, such as Condor Non-lethal Technologies (Brazil), Combined Systems Inc. (U.S.), Pepperball (U.S.), Lamperd Less Lethal Inc. (Canada), Mission Less Lethal Technologies (U.S.), and Nonlethal Technologies, Inc. (U.S.), among others.
All the major companies of the global non-lethal weapons market are focusing on strategies such as contracts and agreements to strengthen their competitive position in the market, with special focus on emerging markets of the world, such as the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.
Non-Lethal Weapons Market by End User (Military, Law Enforcement), Product Type (Direct Contact Weapons, Directed Energy Weapons), Technology (Electromagnetic, Mechanical & Kinetic, Chemical & Others) & Region - Global Forecast to 2020
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