Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) for Border Security – Global Market and Technologies Outlook – 2010-2015

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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) for Border Security – Global Market and Technologies Outlook – 2010-2015

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Publication: 01/2010; Pages: 173; Figures: 94; Tables: 53


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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) for Border Security - Global Market & Technologies Outlook – 2010-2015

The use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in border security missions around the world is expanding rapidly from very little activity today.  This expansion will create new markets and new business opportunities, particularly for integrated capabilities guided by an Operating Concept and turn key packages that include equipment, training, operations and maintenance.  Small nations are discovering this technology.  Smaller UAV types will especially benefit in these new markets where the established players have less influence.
This new report is the only available research that examines, analyses and predicts the evolution of Border Security markets and the relevant UAV technologies.
It is also the only UAV report of any kind that lays out a clear path to profit; it is far more than just market predictions.  Readers will find an Operating Concept tying the most common border security technologies together into the capabilities border agents demand.  They will also find clear instructions on which nations need these UAVs, what relevant foreign aid they receive from the US and how to approach those governments.
This unique report also analyses and forecasts global UAV procurement trends as the foundation for Border Security details.  Both valuable data sets are presented by region and by UAV type.

The report covers these technologies:

  • Stratospheric UAVs
  • Jet Stream UAVs
  • High Altitude UAVs
  • Medium Altitude UAVs
  • Low Altitude UAVs
  • Micro UAVs
  • Aerostats

The report identifies, analyzes and forecasts these topics, among others:

  • Global Border Security – Areas of Concern & Types of Threats
  • Border Security UAV – Operating Concept
  • Border Security UAVs – Sensor & Radio Coverage
  • How to Sell Border Security UAVs
  • Global UAV Procurement Forecast – By Region – 2010-2015
  • Global General and Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast by Region – 2010-2015
  • Global Border Security – UAV Procurement Forecast – by Technology – 2010-2015
  • Global Border Security UAV – Market Forecast – by Technology – 2010-2015
  • Global Border Security UAV – Operations & Maintenance Forecast – by Technology – 2010-2015

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1. Introduction
1.1. Scope of This Report
1.2. Language Disclaimer and Further Information
1.3. Methodology
1.4. Basic Scenario Assumptions
1.4.1. Scenario I – Persistent Tension
1.4.2. Scenario II – Civilian Airspace Opens (Probably Following a Terror Attack)
1.5. Who is This Report For?
1.5.1. How Vendors, Service Providers & Business Developers Should Use this Report
1.5.2. How Border Security Professionals Should Use this Report
1.5.3. How Policy Makers, Budget Planners and Political Leaders Should Use this Report
2. Executive Summary
2.1. Major Findings
2.2. Major Conclusions
2.2.1. Operating Concepts Enhance Future Sales
2.2.2. How to Prepare for Emergency Flight in Civilian Airspace
2.2.3. Market Shift from Defense to Security
2.2.4. Border Security Mix of Counter-Smuggling and Military
2.2.5. Current Capabilities are not Integrated/Coordinated
2.2.6. Corruption May Influence Acquisition Decisions
2.2.7. International Politics Limit Surveillance
2.3. Current Worldwide Market for UAVs in Border Security
2.4. Emerging Markets – Capabilities and Technologies
2.5. How and Where to Create UAV Markets
2.6. Global UAV Procurement Forecast by Region – 2010-2015
2.7. Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast by Region– 2010-2015
2.7.1. Regional Markets – Specific Sales Opportunities
2.8. Border Security UAV Market Forecast by Type – 2010-2015
3. UAV Industry – Current Technologies
3.1. Stratospheric UAVs
3.2. Jet Stream UAVs
3.3. High Altitude UAVs
3.4. Medium Altitude UAVs
3.5. Low Altitude UAVs
3.6. Micro UAVs
3.7. Aerostats
4. Border Security – Global Areas of Concern & Types of Threats
4.1. North America – Border Concerns and Threats
4.2. South America – Border Concerns and Threats
4.3. Middle East – Border Concerns and Threats
4.4. Central Asia – Border Concerns and Threats
4.5. Europe – Border Concerns and Threats
4.6. Africa – Border Concerns and Threats
4.7. South East Asia – Border Concerns and Threats
5. Border Security UAV – Operating Concept
5.1. What is an Operating Concept?
5.1.1. The Danger in Having No Operating Concept
5.2. Example – Military Operating Concept
5.3. Does the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) Have an Operating Concept?
5.3.1. Operating Concept – Business Opportunity
5.3.2. U.S. Border Patrol Aviation Plans
5.4. Planning and Operating Overview
5.5. UAV Operations for Border Security
5.5.1. The Sense and Avoid Hurdle (Civilian Airspace)
5.5.2. Border Agents’ Desired Capabilities
5.5.3. Integrated Operating Concept
5.5.4. Small Nation Example: Trinidad & Tobago
6. Border Security UAVs – Sensor & Radio Coverage
6.1. Cost Effectiveness
6.2. UAV Sensor Coverage Area – Overview
6.3. Typical UAV Sensor Coverage Areas
6.3.1. Sensor Coverage Graphic Overview
6.3.2. Stratospheric UAV Sensor Coverage
6.3.3. Jet Stream UAV Sensor Coverage
6.3.4. High Altitude UAV Sensor Coverage
6.3.5. Medium Altitude UAV Sensor Coverage
6.3.6. Low Altitude UAV Sensor Coverage
6.3.7. Micro UAV Sensor Coverage
6.4. UAV Radio Coverage Overview
6.5. Typical UAV Radio Coverage Areas
6.5.1. Stratospheric UAV Radio Coverage
6.5.2. Jet Stream UAV Radio Coverage
6.5.3. High Altitude UAV Radio Coverage
6.5.4. Medium Altitude UAV Radio Coverage
6.5.5. Low Altitude UAV Radio Coverage
6.5.6. Micro UAV Radio Coverage
6.6. Sample UAV Selection Problem
6.6.1. Altitude Realities
6.6.2. Sample Problem
6.6.3. Multiple Results
7. How to Sell Border Security UAVs
7.1. Understanding the Numbers
7.2. Range of Market Forecasts
7.3. U.S. Market Dominance – Decline or Increase?
7.3.1. U.S. Department of Defense UAV Forecast
7.4. So, How to Sell?
8. Global UAV Procurement Forecast – By Region – 2010-2015
8.1. Scenario I – Global UAV Procurement Forecast – By Region
8.2. Scenario II – Global UAV Procurement Forecast – by Region
9. Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast by Type – 2010-2015
9.1. Border Security Procurement Forecast by Type (Units)
9.2. Border Security Procurement Forecast by Type ($Millions)
9.3. Border Security Procurement Forecast by Type (Market Share)
10. Border Security UAV Operations & Maintenance Forecast by Type – 2010-2015
10.1. Border Security O&M Forecast by Type ($Millions)
10.2. Border Security O&M Forecast by Type (Market Share)
11. Border Security UAV Market Forecast by Type – 2010-2015
11.1. Border Security UAV Market Forecast by Type ($Millions)
11.2. Border Security UAV Market Forecast by Type (Market Share)
12. Global and Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast by Region – 2010-2015
12.1. About the Numbers
12.2. Scenario I – Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast by Region – 2010-2015
12.2.1. Scenario I – Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast – Regional Markets – Specific Sales Opportunities
12.3. Scenario II – Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast by Region – 2010-2015
12.3.1. Scenario II – Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast – Regional Markets – Specific Sales Opportunities
12.4. Global & Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast – 2010-2015
12.5. U.S.: UAV Procurement Forecast – 2010-2015
12.5.1. U.S. Border Security Self-Assessment
12.5.2. U.S.: Scenario I – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.5.3. U.S.: Scenario II – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.6. North America: UAV Procurement Forecast – 2010-2015
12.6.1. North America (non-U.S.): Scenario I – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.6.2. North America (non-U.S.): Scenario II – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.6.3. North America: UAV Market Opportunities
12.6.4. North America: Narcotic Smuggling or Transshipment Nations
12.6.5. United States – Mexico Border Overview
12.6.6. Mexico’s Southern Border Overview
12.7. South America: UAV Procurement Forecast – 2010-2015
12.7.1. South America: Scenario I – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.7.2. South America: Scenario II – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.7.3. South America: UAV Market Opportunities
12.7.4. South America: U.S. Military-Related Foreign Aid Funds
12.7.5. South America: Narcotic Smuggling or Transshipment Nations
12.8. Europe: UAV Procurement Forecast – 2010-2015
12.8.1. Europe: Scenario I – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.8.2. Europe: Scenario II – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.8.3. Europe: UAV Market Opportunities
12.8.4. Europe: U.S. Military-Related Foreign Aid Funds
12.8.5. Europe: Narcotic Smuggling or Transshipment Nations
12.9. Middle East: UAV Procurement Forecast – 2010-2015
12.9.1. Middle East: Scenario I – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.9.2. Middle East: Scenario II – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.9.3. Middle East: UAV Market Opportunities
12.9.4. Middle East: U.S. Military-Related Foreign Aid Funds
12.9.5. Middle East: Narcotic Smuggling or Transshipment Nations
12.10. Central Asia: UAV Procurement Forecast – 2010-2015
12.10.1. Central Asia: Scenario I – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.10.2. Central Asia: Scenario II – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.10.3. Central Asia: UAV Market Opportunities
12.10.4. Central Asia: U.S. Military-Related Foreign Aid Funds
12.10.5. Central Asia: Narcotic Smuggling or Transshipment Nations
12.11. Asia and Western Pacific: UAV Procurement Forecast – 2010-2015
12.11.1. Asia and Western Pacific: Scenario I – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.11.2. Asia and Western Pacific: Scenario II – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.11.3. Asia and Western Pacific: UAV Market Opportunities
12.11.4. Asia and Western Pacific: U.S. Military-Related Foreign Aid Funds
12.11.5. Asia and Western Pacific: Narcotic Smuggling or Transshipment Nations
12.12. Australia and South Pacific: UAV Procurement Forecast – 2010-2015
12.12.1. Australia and South Pacific: Scenario I – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.12.2. Australia and South Pacific: Scenario II – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.12.3. Australia and South Pacific: UAV Market Opportunities
12.13. Africa: UAV Procurement Forecast – 2010-2015
12.13.1. Africa: Scenario I – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.13.2. Africa: Scenario II – UAV Procurement Forecast
12.13.3. Africa: UAV Market Opportunities
12.13.4. Africa: U.S. Military-Related Foreign Aid Funds
12.13.5. Africa: Narcotic Smuggling or Transshipment Nations
13. Global UAV Market Forecast by Type – 2010-2015
13.1. Most Lucrative Markets
13.2. Micro & Low Altitude UAV Market Forecast
13.3. Medium and High Altitude UAV Market Forecast
13.4. Stratospheric UAV Market Forecast
Appendices
Acronyms
Glossary & Definitions

List of Tables

Table 1 – Scenario I – Global UAV Procurement Forecast by Region [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 2 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 3 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Market Forecast by Type [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 4 – Joint UAV Group Classification (JCOE CONOPS)
Table 5 – DHS Unmet Goals for Surveillance on U.S. Southern Border
Table 6 – Range of Opinions on Global UAV Procurement [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 7 – U.S. Department of Defense UAV Spending Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 8 – U.S. Military Service UAV Spending Forecast [$Million] – 2010-1025
Table 9 – Scenario I – Global UAV Procurement Forecast by Region [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 10 – Scenario I – Global UAV Market Forecast Share by Region [%] – 2010-2015
Table 11 – Scenario II – Global UAV Procurement Forecast by Region [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 12 – Scenario II – Global UAV Procurement Forecast Share by Region [%] – 2010-2015
Table 13 – Scenario I – Approximate Global UAV Procurement by Type [units] – 20010-2015
Table 14 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast by Type [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 15 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast Share by Type [%] – 2010-2015
Table 16 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Operations & Maintenance Forecast by Type [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 17 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Operations & Maintenance Forecast Share by Type [%] – 2010-2015
Table 18 – U.S. Border Fence Operations & Maintenance Costs
Table 19 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Market Forecast by Type [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 20 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Market Forecast by Type [%] – 2010-2015
Table 21 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 22 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast Share [%] – 2010-2015
Table 23 – Scenario II – Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 24 – Scenario I – Global & Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 25 – U.S. Border Security Self-Assessment
Table 26 – Scenario I – U.S. Border Security & Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 27 – Scenario II – U.S. Border Security & Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 28 – Scenario I – North American (non-U.S.) UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 29 – Scenario II – North America Border Security & Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 30 – North America: U.S. Military-Related Foreign Aid Funds [$Thousand] – 2009
Table 31 – Scenario I – South American UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 32 – Scenario II – South American Border Security vs. Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 33 – South America: U.S. Military-Related Foreign Aid Funds [$Thousand] – 2009
Table 34 – Scenario I – European UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 35 – Scenario II – European Border Security & Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 36 – European U.S. Military-Related Foreign Aid Funds [$Thousand] – 2009
Table 37 – Scenario I – Middle East UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 38 – Scenario II – Middle East Border Security & Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 39 – Middle East – U.S. Military-Related Foreign Aid Funds [$Thousand] – 2009
Table 40 – Scenario I – Central Asian UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 41 – Scenario II – Central Asia Border Security & Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 42 – Central Asia – U.S. Military-Related Foreign Aid Funds [$Thousand] – 2009
Table 43 – Scenario I – Asian & Western Pacific UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 44 – Scenario II – Asia and Western Pacific Border Security & Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 45 – Asia and Western Pacific – U.S. Military-Related Foreign Aid Funds [$Thousand] – 2009
Table 46 – Scenario I – Australia and South Pacific UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 47 – Scenario II – Australian & South Pacific UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 48 – Scenario I – Africa UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 49 – Scenario II – African UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 50 – Africa: U.S. Military-Related Foreign Aid Funds [$Thousand] – 2009
Table 51 – Micro & Low Altitude UAV Market Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Table 52 – Stratospheric UAV Market Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015


List of Figures

Figure 1 – Scenario I – Global UAV Procurement Forecast by Region [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 2 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 3 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Market Forecast by Type [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 4 – UAV Manufacturing Nations – by Capability
Figure 5 – Stratospheric UAV Airship Design
Figure 6 – Global Observer: Stratospheric UAV Design
Figure 7 – Heron TP: Jet Stream UAV
Figure 8 – Bateleur: High Altitude UAV
Figure 9 – Shadow: Medium Altitude UAV
Figure 10 – AirMice DZY Up-20: Low Altitude UAV
Figure 11 – XFC: Micro UAV
Figure 12 – German Soldier Hand Launching a Micro UAV
Figure 13 – Conventional Aerostat Design
Figure 14 – Cutting Edge Aerostat Design.
Figure 15 – Aerostat Designed For Low Wind Drag
Figure 16 – North America – Border Security – Areas of Concern & Types of Threats
Figure 17 – South America – Border Security – Areas of Concern & Types of Threats
Figure 18 – Middle East – Border Security – Areas of Concern & Types of Threats
Figure 19 – Central Asia – Border Security – Areas of Concern & Types of Threats
Figure 20 – European – Border Security – Areas of Concern & Types of Threats
Figure 21 – African – Border Security – Areas of Concern & Types of Threats
Figure 22 -South East Asia & Oceania – Border Security – Areas of Concern & Types of Threats
Figure 23 – Example Military High Level Operational Concept
Figure 24 – U.S. Border Patrol Network Plan
Figure 25 – SBInet Plan Shown as an Operating Concept
Figure 26 – Sensor Operating Concept
Figure 27 – Communication Operating Concept
Figure 28 – Integrated Operating Concept
Figure 29 – Small Nation Operating Concept, UAVs Only
Figure 30 – Small Nation Operating Concept, UAVs & Aerostats
Figure 31 – Typical U.S. Border Surveillance Tower Placements
Figure 32 – Detailed View of U.S. Border Tower Spacing
Figure 33 – Typical Sensor Coverage Areas (Radar, Laser & Optical)
Figure 34 – Typical Stratospheric UAV Coverage Area (Radar, Laser & Optical)
Figure 35 – Typical Jet Stream UAV Coverage Area (Radar, Laser & Optical)
Figure 36 – Typical High Altitude UAV Coverage Area (Radar, Laser & Optical)
Figure 37 – Typical Medium Altitude UAV Coverage Area (Radar, Laser & Optical)
Figure 38 – Typical Low Altitude UAV Coverage Area (Laser & Optical)
Figure 39 – Typical Micro UAV Coverage Area (Optical)
Figure 40 – Best-Case Radio Coverage Diameters
Figure 41 – Stratospheric UAV Radio Coverage Diameters
Figure 42 – Jet Stream UAV Radio Coverage Diameters
Figure 43 – High Altitude UAV Radio Coverage Diameters
Figure 44 – Medium Altitude UAV Radio Coverage Diameters
Figure 45 – Low Altitude UAV Radio Coverage Diameters
Figure 46 – Micro UAV Radio Coverage Diameters
Figure 47 – Example UAV Coverage Area Over Higher Elevation
Figure 48 – Coverage with Multiple UAVs (Infringe Border)
Figure 49 – Coverage with Multiple UAVs (Respect Border)
Figure 50 – Coverage with Multiple UAVs (Eliminate Gaps)
Figure 51 – Coverage with Multiple UAVs (Higher Altitude)
Figure 52 – Coverage with Multiple UAVs (Multiple Altitudes)
Figure 53 – Range of Opinions on Global UAV Procurement [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 54 – U.S. Department of Defense UAV Spending Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 55 – U.S. Military Service UAV Spending Forecast [$Million] – 2010-1025
Figure 56 – Scenario I – Global UAV Procurement Forecast by Region [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 57 – Scenario I – Global UAV Market Forecast Share by Region [%] – 2010-2015
Figure 58 – Scenario II – Global UAV Procurement Forecast Share by Region [%] – 2010-2015
Figure 59 – Scenario I – Approximate Global UAV Procurement by Type [units] – 20010-2015
Figure 60 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast by Type [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 61 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast Share by Type [%] – 2010-2015
Figure 62 – 2009 Sales Snapshot by UAV Type
Figure 63 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Operations & Maintenance Forecast by Type [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 64 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Operations & Maintenance Forecast Share by Type [%] – 2010-2015
Figure 65 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Market Forecast by Type [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 66 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Market Forecast by Type [%] – 2010-2015
Figure 67 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 68 – Scenario I – Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast Share [%] – 2010-2015
Figure 69 – Scenario I – Global & Border Security UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 70 – Scenario I – U.S. Total UAV vs. Global Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 71 – Scenario I – U.S. vs. Global Total UAV Procurement Forecast Share [%] – 2010-2015
Figure 72 – Scenario II – U.S. Border Security vs. Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 73 – Scenario I – North America Border Security vs. Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 74 – Scenario II – North America Border Security vs. Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 75 – Scenario I – South American Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 76 – Scenario II – South American Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 77 – Scenario I – European UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 78 – Scenario I – European vs. Global Total UAV Procurement Forecast Share [%] – 2010-2015
Figure 79 – Scenario II – European Border Security vs. Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 80 – Scenario I – Middle East UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 81 – Scenario II – Middle East Border Security vs. Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 82 – Scenario I – Central Asian UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 83 – Scenario I – Central Asian Border Security vs. Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 84 – Scenario II – Central Asia Border Security vs. Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 85 – Chinese CH-3 Armed UAV
Figure 86 – Chinese Low Altitude UAV
Figure 87 – Scenario I – Asian & Western Pacific UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 88 – Scenario I – Asian & Western Pacific UAV Procurement Forecast Share [%] – 2010-2015
Figure 89 – Scenario II – Asian & Western Pacific UAV Border Security Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 90 – Scenario I – Australia and South Pacific Border Security vs. Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 91 – Scenario I – Australia and South Pacific Border Security vs. Total UAV Procurement Forecast Share [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 92 – Scenario II – Australian & South Pacific UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 93 – Scenario I – African Border Security vs. Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 94 – Scenario II – African Border Security vs. Total UAV Procurement Forecast [$Million] – 2010-2015
Figure 95 – DHS Southern Border Fence 2010 Budget Request

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