Increasing incidence of drug marketing to promote growth in the Full Body Scanner Market over 2018 to 2024

The increasing need for aviation and railway security from terrorist activities drives the full body scanner market. Additionally, increasing incidence of drug marketing across the world has made the use of scanners compulsory thereby fuelling the growth of the body scanners market. However, privacy issues and cyber threats among passengers are anticipated to restrain the growth of the full body scanner market over the forecast period. Furthermore, technological advancements and infrastructural developments in countries such as India and China are creating several growth opportunities for the key players in the full body scanner market over the years to come.

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Infinium Global Research has produced a new premium report Full Body Scanner Market. The report covers the analysis of global as well as regional markets of Full Body Scanner. The objective of the study is to identify market sizes of different segments & countries in recent years and to forecast the values for the next six years. The report also deep dives into the sub-segments of Full Body Scanner Market by technology (image processing and modeling and 3d body scanners) and application (transport and infrastructure) through main geographies in the Global Market such as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and RoW.

The report covers market changing aspects including drivers, restraints, opportunities, and trends expected to encourage the expansion of the Full Body Scanner Market during the said period. The report also provides market attractiveness analysis, by geography, and market share analysis, by key players respectively. Some of the prominent participants in the Global Full Body Scanner Market are Braun and Company Ltd, Millivision Technologies, Nuctech Co Ltd., Westminster International Ltd., OD Security, Iscon Imaging, Inc., Adani Systems, Inc., Rapiscan Systems Limited, L-3 Technologies, Inc. and Smith Group PLC.

North America region to contribute to growth in the global full body scanner market over the upcoming years

North America dominated the full body scanner market. Like North America, being the most technologically advanced the need for providing more security is anticipated to lead the global full body scanners market during the forecast period. Pooja Baragale a research analyst at Infinium Global Research quoted that Adoption of such devices is increasing at airports and train stations across the globe mainly due to the increasing threat of terrorism, and for aviation security. Moreover, in the U.S., a bill called the S.A.F.E.R. A.I.R. Act has been passed, that makes full-body scanners mandatory in airports. This will again boost the full body scanner market in the years to come. Pooja Baragale further stated that the Asia Pacific is anticipated to be the emerging market owing to the increasing terrorist threat and security concerns in this region. Moreover, the growth in Europe is mainly driven by regulatory mandate of installing at least one full-body scanner in each airport.

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Key trends to feature the global full body scanner market between 2018 and 2024

The prominent players in the full body scanner market are Smiths Detection, L-3 security and detections system , Rapiscan, Safran Morpho, Brijot Imaging Systems Inc, Braun and Company Limited, Tek84 Engineering Group Llc, CST Digital Communication (Pty) Limited, American Science and Engineering Inc.

Safran Identity & Security reveals its contribution to the new MasterCard biometric card

“In May 2017, Saran Identity & Security (ex Morpho) announced that they are contributing with biometric card software and manufacturing capacities for the recently announced MasterCard next-generation biometric card.”