Homeland Security: offender tagging is the big earner but not for MNOs

08 February 2017
Report type: Application Spotlight
Categories: Homeland Security
Keywords: IoT, Internet of Things, M2M, machine-to-machine, Homeland Security, ePassport, Border Security, Prisons, Prisoners, Security, Security Guards, Offender Tagging, Offender Tracking, Border Control, Venue Management, Airport Security
Companies: Thales, Safran, Mistral, Raytheon, G4S, Defendec, Logos Technologies, Sierra Nevada Corporation, Fujitsu, Accenture, Blackridge Solutions, Buddi, Track Group, 3M, Omnilink, Securus Technologies, Sentinel Offender Services, Serco, Vision-Box, Morpho, PCS Security, Access IS, Motorola, Intermec, Gemalto, Condor Aerial, Digital Barriers, Qual-Tron, Seven Technologies, Textron, Cisco, Trackforce, Flowfinity, Pinnacle Response, TSI Prism, SunGard, JM Prime, GeoConex, Spillman, Securus, Datastrip, Megafon, Techno Brain, General Electric, SMEC
Number of Pages: 18

This Application Spotlight provides a qualitative and high level quantitative analysis of the IoT market related to Homeland Security. It focuses particularly on offender tagging as the lead application, but includes also border control biometrics and sensors, border monitoring devices, security guards tracking and monitoring, venue management situational awareness, prisoner tracking and monitoring, and prison guard monitoring and alarms

It provides a definition, description, analysis of drivers and barriers, and high level forecasts for growth in connections, technology split and revenue opportunity. Detailed country-by-country forecasts, including connections, technology splits, traffic and revenue for this (and all other) IoT application are available in the IoT Forecast Database

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