News Article | May 10, 2017
— Global Non-Lethal Weapons Market by End User (Law Enforcement and Military & Defense), by Product Type (Direct Contact Weapons and Directed Energy Weapons), by Technology (Electromagnetic, Mechanical, and Chemicals) and by Geography - Forecast To 2021 The global Non-Lethal Weapons market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 9% during 2016-2021.The factors driving the demand are growing civilian & political unrest, and police militarization, thus resulting in the procurement of advanced weapon systems. As per the MRFR analysis, the factor restraining the market growth is the concern raised by civilian over the usage of these weapons and regulatory issues would hinder the market growth in the forecast period. • To provide detailed analysis of the market structure along with forecast for the next 5 years of the various segments and sub-segments of the Non-Lethal Weapons Market • To provide insights about factors affecting the market growth • To analyse the Non-lethal Weapons Market based on various factors- price analysis, supply chain analysis, porters five force analysis etc. • To provide historical and forecast revenue of the market segments and sub-segments with respect to four main geographies and their countries- North America, Europe, Asia, and Rest of the World (ROW) • To provide country-level analysis of the market with respect to the current market size and future prospective • To provide country-level analysis of the market for segment by end user, Product type, and technology. • To provide strategic profiling of key players in the market, comprehensively analysing their core competencies, and drawing a competitive landscape for the market • To track and analyse competitive developments such as joint ventures, strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions, new product developments, and research and developments in the Non-lethal Weapons Market The leading market players in the Non-lethal weapons market primarily include • Aardvark Tactical • BAE systems • General Dynamics • KRATOS Defense and Security Solutions • Lamperd Less Lethal • Brügger & Thomet AG • Condor Non-Lethal Technologies • Metal Storm Ltd • Nonlethal Technologies Inc. • Raytheon Co • TASER International, Inc. Americas (North & Latin) • US • Canada • Brazil • Others Europe • Germany • France • Italy • Spain • UK • Rest of Europe Asia – Pacific • China • India • Japan • Australia/New Zealand • Rest of Asia-Pacific Middle East & Africa • UAE, • Kuwait • Israel • Rest of Middle East & Africa The market report for Non-Lethal Weapons of Market Research Future comprises of extensive primary research along with the detailed analysis of qualitative as well as quantitative aspects by various industry experts, key opinion leaders to gain the deeper insight of the market and industry performance. The report gives the clear picture of current market scenario which includes historical and projected market size in terms of value and volume, technological advancement, macro economical and governing factors in the market. The report provides details information and strategies of the top key players in the industry. The report also gives a broad study of the different market segments and regions. Table of Content 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 REPORT DESCRIPTION 1.2 RESEARCH OBJECTIVE 2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2.1 KEY FINDINGS / HIGHLIGHTS 2.1.1 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES 2.1.2 MARKET STARTEGIES 2.1.3 LATEST DEVELOPMENTS 3. SCOPE OF THE STUDY 3.1 MARKETS COVERED 3.2 YEARS CONSIDERED FOR THE STUDY (2016-2021) 3.2 GEOGRAPHIC SCOPE 3.3 KEY STAKEHOLDERS 4. ASSUMPTIONS AND LIMITATIONS 5. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 5.1 PRIMARY RESEARCH 5.2 SECONDARY RESEARCH 5.3 ECONOMETRIC AND FORECASTING MODEL 6. MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 6.1 TOP DOWN APPROACH 6.2 BOTTOM UP APPROACH 7. MARKET FACTOR ANALYSIS 7.1 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 7.2 SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS 7.3 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS 8. MARKET DYNAMICS 8.1 DRIVERS 8.2 RESTRAINTS 8.3 OPPORTUNITIES 8.4 TRENDS 9. MARKET SEGMENTATION 9.1 BY END USER 9.2 BY PRODUCT 9.3 BY TECHNOLOGY 9.4 BY GEOGRAPHY 10. NON-LETHAL WEAPONS MARKET BY END USER, 2016-2021 10.1 MARKET SIZE BY END USER ($ BILLIONS) 10.1.1 LAW ENFORCEMENT 10.1.2 MILITARY AND DEFENCE 11. NON-LETHAL WEAPONS MARKET BY PRODUCTS, 2016-2021 11.1 MARKET SIZE BY PRODUCTS ($ BILLIONS) 11.1.1 DIRECT CONTACT WEAPONS 11.2.2 DIRECT ENERGY WEAPONS 12. NON-LETHAL WEAPONS MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY, 2016-2021 12.1 MARKET SIZE BY TECHNOLOGY ($ BILLIONS) 12.1.1 ELECTROMAGNETIC 12.2.2 MEHCHANICAL AND KINECTIC 12.2.3 CHEMICAL 13. NON-LETHAL WEAPONS MARKET BY REGION, 2016-2021 13.1 MARKET SIZE BY REGION ($ BILLIONS) 13.1.1 AMERICAS (NORTH & LATIN) 18.104.22.168 UNITED STATES 22.214.171.124 CANADA 126.96.36.199 BRAZIL 188.8.131.52 OTHERS 13.2.1 EUROPE 184.108.40.206 GERMANY 220.127.116.11 FRANCE 18.104.22.168 ITALY 22.214.171.124 SPAIN 126.96.36.199 UK 188.8.131.52 REST OF EUROPE 13.3.1 ASIA-PACIFIC 184.108.40.206 CHINA 220.127.116.11 INDIA 18.104.22.168 JAPAN 22.214.171.124 AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND 126.96.36.199 REST OF ASIA-PACIFIC 13.4.1 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA 188.8.131.52 SAUDI ARABIA 184.108.40.206 KUWAIT 220.127.116.11 ISRAEL 18.104.22.168 REST OF ME&A 14. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 14.1 KEY PLAYERS AND MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS 14.2 KEY DEVELOPMENT (M&A, JVS, PARTNERSHIP) 14.3 COMPETITIVE BENCHMARKING (FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL) 14.4 KEY COMPANIES TO WATCH 15. COMPANY PROFILE 15.1 AARDVARK TACTICALS 15.1.1 COMPANY OVERVIEW 15.1.2 PRODUCT/BUSINESS SEGMENT OVERVIEW 15.1.3 KEY FINANCIAL 15.1.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS AND STRATEGIES 15.2 BAE SYSTEMS 15.2.1 COMPANY OVERVIEW 15.2.2 PRODUCT/BUSINESS SEGMENT OVERVIEW 15.2.3 KEY FINANCIAL 15.2.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS AND STRATEGIES 15.3 GENERAL DYNAMICS 15.3.1 COMPANY OVERVIEW 15.3.2 PRODUCT/BUSINESS SEGMENT OVERVIEW 15.3.3 KEY FINANCIAL 15.3.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS AND STRATEGIES 15.4 KRATOS DEFENSE AND SECURITY SOLUTIONS 15.4.1 COMPANY OVERVIEW 15.4.2 PRODUCT/BUSINESS SEGMENT OVERVIEW 15.4.3 KEY FINANCIAL 15.4.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS AND STRATEGIES 15.5 LAMPERD LESS LETHAL 15.5.1 COMPANY OVERVIEW 15.5.2 PRODUCT/BUSINESS SEGMENT OVERVIEW 15.5.3 KEY FINANCIAL 15.5.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS AND STRATEGIES 15.6 BRUGGER AND THOMAT AG 15.6.1 COMPANY OVERVIEW 15.6.2 PRODUCT/BUSINESS SEGMENT OVERVIEW 15.6.3 KEY FINANCIAL 15.6.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS AND STRATEGIES 15.7 CONDOR NON LETHAL TECHNOLOGIES 15.7.1 COMPANY OVERVIEW 15.7.2 PRODUCT/BUSINESS SEGMENT OVERVIEW 15.7.3 KEY FINANCIAL 15.7.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS AND STRATEGIES 15.8 METAL STORM LTD 15.8.1 COMPANY OVERVIEW 15.8.2 PRODUCT/BUSINESS SEGMENT OVERVIEW 15.8.3 KEY FINANCIAL 15.8.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS AND STRATEGIES 15.9 NON LETHAL TECHNOLOGIES INC. 15.9.1 COMPANY OVERVIEW 15.9.2 PRODUCT/BUSINESS SEGMENT OVERVIEW 15.9.3 KEY FINANCIAL 15.9.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS AND STRATEGIES 15.10 TASER INTERNATION INC. 15.10.1 COMPANY OVERVIEW 15.10.2 PRODUCT/BUSINESS SEGMENT OVERVIEW 15.10.3 KEY FINANCIAL 15.10.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS AND STRATEGIES 16. CONCLUSION 17. APPENDIX For more information, please visit https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/reports/non-lethal-weapons-market
News Article | May 9, 2017
Michael A. Heffron brings nearly 40 years of defense business experience including having served as President and Chief Executive Officer of DeLorme Publishing Company, Inc. from January 2011 until its sale to Garmin in March 2016. Mr. Heffron was also a member of the DeLorme Board of Directors. Mr. Heffron had a distinguished career at BAE Systems plc. with multiple leadership positions as the President of Electronics Intelligence & Support Operating Group (EI&S), Member of the BAE's Executive Committee (2007-2011), President of Platform Solutions Unit responsible for the design, development and production of systems for the commercial & military aviation markets (2006-2007), and as Head of BAE's newly formed Information Warfare business 2001-2006). Endeavor Robotics also proudly announces that LTC Charlie Dean, USA, RET has joined as VP of Sales Worldwide. Prior to joining Endeavor Robotics, Charlie held positions at QinetiQ North America as Director of Business Development, Co-Director of Engineering, and Senior Program Manager for Unmanned Systems, and as a career US Army officer. Charlie served 22 years in the US Army where he served as an Infantry officer and held a variety of leadership positions including Director of Operations and Customer Interface at the US Army Natick Soldier Research, Development, and Engineering Center. Charlie also held positions at Draper Labs as Senior Business Development Manager and at TIAX as EVP and VP of Commercialization and Deployment. Charlie holds a B.S. and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point and from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, respectively. "Not only have our robots been used to investigate and destroy many tens of thousands of IEDs, the robots' light weight, multi-functional, interoperable capabilities ensure that they can meet the demanding requirements of many varied user communities including dismounted warfighters, counter-IED organizations, HazMat and CBRNe teams, incident response teams in power plants or factories around the globe. We at Endeavor Robotics continue a long legacy of supporting our customers 24/7 with world-class robots while leading the advanced development of next-generation systems," said Charlie Dean, VP of Global Sales. "Endeavor Robotics leads the development and fielding of the most capable, robust, unmanned ground robots in the world. The additions of Mike and Charlie to our team positions us well to serve and maintain our 6,000 installed robots and to continue the rapid development of next generation systems needed for today's evolving threats," said Sean Bielat, CEO, Endeavor Robotics. Endeavor's robots serve on the front lines around the world. Endeavor Robotics brings an established leadership team with decades of experience integrating ground robotic systems, and the best roboticists who collaborate with end-users to develop robots for worldwide markets which operate in areas of conflict and in response to natural disasters. Everyday our robots protect our service men and women from IEDs, hazardous materials and other deadly threats. Endeavor Robotics specializes in delivering and supporting battle-hardened and adaptable robotics. We are committed to design, develop and manufacture tactical robotics in the United States, and to work with industry leaders and government partners to deliver innovative, reliable, and the easiest to operate robot solutions. Our family of robots includes the 5 lb FirstLook, the less than 20 lb SUGV, the man-portable PackBot, and the heavy-duty Kobra. To date, we have delivered more than 6,000 robots to more than 40 countries worldwide. Please visit www.endeavorrobotics.com to learn more. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/endeavor-robotics-announces-key-additions-to-board-of-directors-and-worldwide-sales-team-300453159.html
News Article | May 10, 2017
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The global naval ISR market is projected to grow to USD 14.3 billion by 2021, at a CAGR of more than 3% over the forecast period, according to Technavio’s latest report. In this report, Technavio covers the market outlook and growth prospects of the global naval intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) market for 2017-2021. Based on the platform type, the market is divided into surface naval vessel ISR and underwater naval vessel ISR segments. Technavio’s research study segments the global naval ISR market into the following regions: “The Americas occupied a majority 45% of the naval ISR market in 2016 and is expected to retain its lead through the forecast period. The US, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil are expected to be the key revenue generators for the market,” says Moutushi Saha, a lead analyst at Technavio for defense research. The US Navy enlisted the services of BAE systems to enhance its naval warfare capability by installing systems that can simultaneously transmit and receive real-time ISR data from multiple sources (air, surface, subsurface, and man-portable). Such initiatives will drive market growth. This report is available at a USD 1,000 discount for a limited time only: View market snapshot before purchasing Buy 1 Technavio report and get the second for 50% off. Buy 2 Technavio reports and get the third for free. EMEA is expected to showcase a CAGR of nearly 4% over the forecast period, establishing itself as the fastest-growing regional segment of the market. The UK, France, and Israel are expected to be the top procurers of the naval ISR market in EMEA. Also, the increasing investments towards the development of new naval vessels are expected to add significant revenue to the market segment. The French defense ministry and the UK Ministry of Defense have confirmed a total investment amounting to over USD 4 billion. “The naval ISR market in APAC is projected to be worth USD 3.3 billion by 2021, with China, India, Japan, Pakistan, and Australia expected to account for a large share of the total revenue generated,” says Moutushi. Increasing territorial tension between China and its neighbors such as Vietnam, Malaysia, Philippines, and Taiwan over the South China Sea dispute and the long prevailing tension between India and Pakistan over the Kashmir dispute have encouraged nations to strengthen their naval warfare. The top vendors in the global naval ISR market highlighted in the report are: Become a Technavio Insights member and access all three of these reports for a fraction of their original cost. As a Technavio Insights member, you will have immediate access to new reports as they’re published in addition to all 6,000+ existing reports covering segments like aerospace components, aerospace, and defense technology. This subscription nets you thousands in savings, while staying connected to Technavio’s constant transforming research library, helping you make informed business decisions more efficiently. Technavio is a leading global technology research and advisory company. The company develops over 2000 pieces of research every year, covering more than 500 technologies across 80 countries. Technavio has about 300 analysts globally who specialize in customized consulting and business research assignments across the latest leading edge technologies. Technavio analysts employ primary as well as secondary research techniques to ascertain the size and vendor landscape in a range of markets. Analysts obtain information using a combination of bottom-up and top-down approaches, besides using in-house market modeling tools and proprietary databases. They corroborate this data with the data obtained from various market participants and stakeholders across the value chain, including vendors, service providers, distributors, resellers, and end-users. If you are interested in more information, please contact our media team at email@example.com.
Bae | Date: 2016-12-21
The present invention provides a device for bridge rails or roadside decorations and publicity comprising: a support pipe (10) vertically installed by a concrete (c) by digging the earth to a predetermined depth; an insertion rack (20) connected and fixed to the upper end of the support pipe (10) for inserting an advertisement frame or a safety indication plate or a direction indication plate; and an advertisement frame (30) able to be inserted into the insertion rack (20) while being inserted with a publicity plate or an advertisement plate (30a). The present invention constructed as such has many effects that it is installed at the bridge rails, guard rails or the roadside so as to naturally publicize special products, sightseeing areas, vestiges of a district and various goods or services, and in particular, the installation angle of the advertisement frame (30) can be adjusted so as to be easily noticed by the pedestrians, car drivers or passengers so as to maximize the effect of the publicity and advertisement, and in addition, the advertisement plate (30a) can be very easily replaced so that the replacement of the advertisement plate (30a) and the facility management according to various activities of the local governments can also be easily done, and the reliability is maximized.
Bae | Date: 2016-11-23
The present invention provides a regenerative fireplace boiler that includes: a main furnace (10) disposed at an outdoor side; an indoor port (20) disposed at an indoor side; hot water circulation pipe (30) disposed over a first combustion chamber (12) of the main combustion chamber (10); a hot air circulation pipe (40) having hot air outlets (41) disposed through an upper portion of a front side of the indoor port (20) and hot air inlets (41) disposed through a lower portion of the front side of the indoor port (20), connecting the hot air outlets (41) and the hot air inlets (42) being connected, and being positioned through the first combustion chamber (12) and the second combustion chamber (13); a cleaning socket (51) disposed at an upper portion of a rear side of the main combustion chamber (10) and an outdoor port (50) disposed at a lower portion of the rear side of the main combustion chamber (10); a damper (62) disposed on a rotary shaft (61) in the stove pipe 14 of the main combustion chamber (10), supporting rods (63) fixed to a side of the main combustion chamber (10), connection bars (64) supported by the supporting rods (63), with a first end connected to a side of the damper (62), and a damper adjuster (60 connected to the connection bars (64) in order to move up and down the damper (62) when the connection bars (64) are pulled; and an air intake port (71) for sucking exterior air disposed outside the main combustion chamber (10), an air intake line (72) extending from the air intake port (71), an air exit port (73) disposed in the indoor port (20) to supply exterior air flowing inside through the air intake line (72) to the first combustion chamber (12), and an ash shield (70) covering the air exit port (73) to block ashes.
Bae | Date: 2015-09-09
A load current regenerating circuit and an electrical device having the load current regenerating circuit are disclosed. The load current regenerating circuit, according to the present invention, comprises: a first circuit unit which has a first charging part charged by an applied voltage; a second circuit unit which has a second charging part and is installed in parallel with the first circuit unit; a first switching unit for opening a connection between the applied voltage and the first circuit unit when the first charging part is charged; and a second switching unit for connecting the first charging part and the second charging part such that charged power of the first charging part is supplied to the second circuit unit so as to charge the second charging part, when the first charging part is charged. According to the present invention, a load current for operating a load and a voltage conversion current supplied to a converter in order to vary a voltage can be regenerated and reused as energy sources.
Bae | Date: 2014-03-05
The present invention relates to a multipurpose rotary device and a generating system including the same, and more particularly, to a multipurpose rotary device configured to guide effectively even or uneven and remarkably rugged loads that are obtained from flow energy of the various fluids generated in the ground, streams, the sea, and the like to maximize rotational efficiency, and thereby generating clean energy with high efficiency, without harming the global environment, and a generating system including the same. A multipurpose rotary device of the present invention includes a rotor configured to include a plurality of blades in a circumferential direction; and a load guide body configured to guide a flow of fluids flowing into the inside of the rotor, wherein the load guide body includes an upper support member and a lower support member configured to be disposed to face each other at the upper and lower sides thereof and connected to one another such that the rotor is rotatably installed; load guide plates configured to correspond to the blades and are rotatably installed between the upper and lower support members in a longitudinal direction; and stop pins configured to be formed on inner surfaces facing the upper and lower support members to control a rotational angle of the load guide plates.
Bae | Date: 2014-10-01
A juice extractor is disclosed. The juice extractor of the present invention includes a filter net which has a plurality of holes that are used to prevent residues of squeezed food from passing therethrough and allow juice of the squeezed food to pass therethrough formed thereon, and cutting blades which adhere to one or more lateral portions of the filter net to cut the food residues stuck in a plurality of the holes. According to the present invention, a user easily cleans the filter net after using the juice extractor.
Bae | Date: 2014-10-01
An oil spray device is disclosed. According to the present invention, the oil spray device is configured to include a casing unit which has an exit for allowing a user to enter the casing unit, spray units which are mounted on the inner surface of the casing unit to spray oil to skins of the user in the casing unit, and a means for distinguishing between clothes and skins which distinguishes clothes of the user from skins exposed out of the clothes, wherein the oil spray unit uses the means for distinguishing between clothes and skins to distinguish skins of the user from clothes of the user, and then selectively sprays oil to the skins of the user through the spray units.
Bae and Choi | Date: 2013-01-16
The present invention relates to a container security apparatus which is easily attachable/detachable to/from both opening/closing bars of a container to sense whether the container is opened/closed and transmit the sensed information on whether the container is opened/closed to a remote location, to thereby check whether the container is sealed or not on a real time basis and thus safely transport the container, and to thereby check the current position of the container in transit and check whether or not the container has deviated from a predetermined path on a real time basis.