The airport passenger screening industry needs to adjust to evolving requirements and effectively respond to customer demands in this concentrated marketplace.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (defence.frost.com), Airport Passenger Screening Market in Europe, covering passengers’ hold baggage, narcotics and metal detection, finds that the market, in the top European airports, earned revenues of $28,560,000 million in 2007 and estimates this to reach $72,420,000 million in 2017.
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“Most notably, airport expansions and the desire to implement cutting-edge security technology will drive the market,” notes Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst Marie-France Mann. “The number of passengers in airports is on the rise, compelling the procurement of additional security equipment.”
Airport security will increasingly change, as the European Union standardises and introduces regulations. At the same time, most airports in Europe intend to modernise, privatise and develop their infrastructure. Currently, the airport security screening market remains heavily concentrated on the suppliers' side, with significant opportunities for market participants to grow their business.
The biggest challenge for airport screening equipment manufacturers will be to help airports achieve the optimal balance between security and facilitation. Suppliers must support airports in achieving high revenues, while providing top-line security equipment and services.
European airports are undergoing major changes in infrastructure design to process the growing number of passengers. However, they have to ensure that the security equipment and design they purchase comply with EU-mandated security regulations. Therefore, suppliers face the challenge of adhering their systems to EU regulatory standards.
“Security screening manufacturers must clearly understand the requirements of end users and the regulations framing the industry,” explains Marie-France Mann. “While evaluating the needs and customising their products to meet varied requirements, manufacturers should opt for new system designs and capabilities to revolutionise the marketplace.”
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