Non-Lethal Weapons Marketembed
Global Non-Lethal Weapons Market Report: by Type (Direct Contact Weapons and Directed Energy Weapons), by Disabling Mechanism (Impact, Irritant Chemicals and Intense Sound/Light), by End-User (Law Enforcement and Military) and by Region – Forecast t
Non-Lethal Weapons Market Report Information – Global Forecast to 2023 Non-Lethal Weapons Market Report Information – Global Forecast to 2023 P a g e |1 Copyright © 2017 Market Research Future. Non-Lethal Weapons Market Report Information – Global Forecast to 2023 VIEW REPORT PRESS RELEASE SAMPLE REPORT P a g e |2 Copyright © 2017 Market Research Future. Non-Lethal Weapons Market Report Information – Global Forecast to 2023 Summary: According to a recent study report published by the Market Research Future, the global market of non-lethal weapons will grow at a steady pace over the forecast period. The market is forecasted to witness slow but steady growth by 2023, which will be a surplus growth at a moderate CAGR during the projected period (2018 -2023). Market Overview: Non-lethal have become the weapon of choice for state police forces in many parts of the world where they do not have permit to use lethal weapons on civilians. One of the reasons for this is also the easy availability of non-lethal weapons. They are available legally for the state's use. There are thousands of companies in approximately 100 countries producing small arms and non-lethal weapons. The Small Arms industry has become globalized, with most of the small arms, including non-lethal weapons now being produced in different countries. Militarization of police forces by providing them with more arms and weapons is also one of the major drivers. For example, there is an increase in the rate of police militarization in the US, under the program ‘Urban shield’ fueled by the money from Department of Homeland Security. In the US, the Department of Defense is also authorized to donate surplus military equipment to the police. The police are also authorized to purchase weapons for counterdrug actions, homeland security, and emergency response activities. Similarly, the EU has established a multinational police force, the EGF, with military status, which performs police tasks with the scope of crisis management operations. The EGF consists of more than 3,000 militarized police from member countries such as France, Portugal, Netherlands, Italy, Romania, and Spain, and can be deployed in any of the EU member nations. P a g e |3 Copyright © 2017 Market Research Future. Non-Lethal Weapons Market Report Information – Global Forecast to 2023 Armies across the world conduct mock drills at regular intervals. Mock drills prepare the armed forces for conflict scenarios. For mock drill purposes, many non-lethal weapons such as the guns that fire pellets, pepper guns and nonlethal grenades are used. In conflict regions such as Kashmir (India), military forces and the state police largely use non-lethal weapons during mock drills. They learn ways to control protestors without collateral damage. Segmentation: The global non-lethal weapons market has been bifurcated on the basis of type, which includes direct contact nonlethal weapons and directed energy non-lethal weapons. On the basis of disabling mechanism, the non-lethal weapons market has been segmented into irritant chemicals, impact, and intense sound/light. The key end-user segments of the global non-lethal weapons market profiled in this MRFR study are law enforcement and military. Regional Analysis: The geographical assessment of the global non-lethal weapons market is covered in this analysis on regional and country-level basis. The regional segments studied in this report are – North America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), and the Rest of the World (RoW). North America is anticipated to hold the leading position in the global market over the next few years. Factors such as investments in weapons in the U.S. and increasing production of weapons in Canada are projected to catapult the non-lethal weapons market on upward trajectory. Asia Pacific and the Middle Eastern countries are also poised to exhibit substantial opportunities for growth in the nearby future. Competitive Dashboard: Amtec Less-Lethal Systems, Inc. (US), Axon Enterprise, Inc. (US), Armament Systems & Procedures Inc. (US), Combined Systems, Inc. (US), FN Herstal, S.A. (Belgium), Condor Non-Lethal Technologies (Brazil), Lamperd Less Lethal Inc. (Canada), Nonlethal Technologies, Inc. (US), Mission Less Lethal Technologies (US), and United Tactical Systems, LLC (US) are some of the eminent players participating in the global non-lethal weapons market. These players are emphasizing on technological innovations for product development. This, in turn, is prognosticated to encourage intense competition in the global market over the next couple of years. These players are focusing on the development of advanced weapons with higher efficiency. It is further projected to boost competitiveness in the global market place over the next few years. The growth strategies expected to be executed by the players of the non-lethal weapons market in the years to come are collaborations, agreements, mergers, acquisitions, etc. P a g e |4 Copyright © 2017 Market Research Future. Non-Lethal Weapons Market Report Information – Global Forecast to 2023 Industry News: In July 2019, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) has announced the deployment of new non-lethal weapons across the border with the Gaza Strip to control disturbances created by Palestinian militant group Hamas. In May 2019, a Turkish company has launched a non-lethal electroshock weapon, Wattozz, in the South African market as an alternative form of protection for the people. P a g e |5 Copyright © 2017 Market Research Future. 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