MarketResearchReports.biz has recently announced the addition of a market study “ Law Enforcement Robots: Market Shares, Market Strategies, and Market Forecasts, 2016 to 2022 ”, is a comparative analysis of the global market.
Next generation law enforcement robots are being implemented as platforms. Platforms are useful for accepting a range of components quickly to repurpose units on the fly. Law enforcement robots leverage better materials, more sophisticated designs, software technology, and tablet remote controls. They are communication devices that support high quality data gathering. Communications are implemented in difficult situations. The study has 649 pages and 327 tables and figures.
Law enforcement robotics are slated to increase in value to cities and local communities providing low cost protection and high value capabilities. With the active threat of terrorists attacking civilian populations in every country, law enforcement has become the new military. As terrorists operate outside nationalistic borders and infiltrate into the community, robot systems are needed by local police forces, not just the military. The national priority in every country is to increase the budgets for regional and local law enforcement robotic response.
Response to emergency situations with robots include response to natural disasters, hostage taking, barricaded law breakers, and terrorists. These situations have not been a problem inside local communities, previously dealt with by national authorities.
With the rise of international terrorism, experienced through the news media in most local communities and cities, the threat of local terrorism is becoming more real and unfortunately more common. The robots offer al level of protection to the human by letting the police officers do some of their job remotely.
Law enforcement robots are mobile automated process platforms that are responsive to homeland security needs. They are emerging in the context of globalization and smart phone devices that provide connectedness in every aspect of people and things worldwide. Law enforcement robots are evolving in the context of the smart phone apps that support the systems of engagement. This global aspect of the law enforcement robots means that the devices have a presence in every part of the world.
Law enforcement robots are inherently local, they are used locally, they are needed by security personnel in particularly dangerous local situations. Systems of engagement apps are evolving as specially designed ground robot networks used to address terrorism and local law enforcement and fire department needs to support community and cities safety patrol.
Bomb squads need robots, they need robot technology, more flexibility, better maneuverability. The robots can be tuned to the specific activity in which they are being used. Modular systems represent platform technology of choice for robots. Modules can be highly targeted to specific situations. Robots make police organizations more functional. Robots improve performance, they work remotely.
“Robots for law enforcement rely on maneuverability. Security technology is becoming mobile, changing the old security camera approach to allowing a more proactive approach to security. The robot can go out and look around.”
The aim of using law enforcement robots is to secure the safety of the officers in the field. Robots are pretty good at this as it turns out. Police are forced to function in dangerous situations. Law enforcement robots make a manned police force able to function more effectively. Robots can carry video cameras. Video facilitates communicating with a dangerous criminal.
Law enforcement robots have become more affordable. Market growth comes from economies of scale that bring the lower costs for more functionality.
Law enforcement robot markets at $1 billion in 2015 are anticipated to reach $5.7 billion by 2022. Market growth comes as every law enforcement agency faces the prospect of dealing with terrorists. With technology maturity and economies of scale, price points decline rapidly and affordability continues to drive significant market growth. The companies that have achieved measurable market share early in the evolution of the market are likely to maintain a strong presence in markets.
QinetiQ Energid / Mitsubishi
Table Of Content
3.1 Endeavor Robotics 110 FirstLook 147
3.1.1 Endeavor Robotics ® 110 FirstLook® 152
3.4.1 Endeavor Robotics 510 Packbot 154
3.1.2 Endeavor Robotics ® PackBot® 510 for Law Enforcement 156
3.1.3 Endeavor Robotics ® PackBot® 510 for HazMat Technicians 158
3.1.4 Endeavor Robotics ® 510 PackBot® for EOD Swat Technicians 160
3.1.5 Endeavor Robotics ® PackBot® 510 for Border Patrol 162
3.1.6 Endeavor Robotics ® PackBot® 510 for Law Enforcement Engineers 163
3.4.2 Endeavor Robotics uPoint 164
3.4.3 Endeavor Robotics 166
3.1.7 Endeavor Robotics +CBRN/HazMat Within Industrial Settings 173
3.1.8 Endeavor Robotics Check Point/Vehicle Inspections 173
3.1.9 Endeavor Robotics in Confined Spaces 173
3.1.10 Endeavor Robotics Persistent Observation 173
3.1.11 Endeavor Robotics FirstLook Bomb Disposal/ Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) 174
3.1.12 Endeavor Robotics FirstLook Robots Visual Obscurants 174
3.4.4 Endeavor Robotics 310 SUGV 175
3.1.13 Endeavor Robotics ® 310 SUGV 177
3.1.14 Endeavor Robotics 310 SUGV Missions 178
3.1.15 Endeavor Robotics ® 340 SUGV 179
3.1.16 Endeavor Robotics ® SUGV 180
3.1.17 Endeavor Robotics Check Point / Vehicle Inspections 182
3.1.18 Endeavor Robotics Confined Spaces 182
3.1.19 Endeavor Robotics Persistent Observation 182
3.1.20 Endeavor Robotics Route/Building Clearance 183
3.1.21 Endeavor Robotics Visual Obscurants 183
3.1.22 Endeavor Robotics ® 710 KobraTM 184
3.1.23 Endeavor Robotics 710 Kobra Missions 185
3.4.5 Endeavor Robotics 710 Kobra 187
3.1.24 Endeavor Robotics Robots Perform Missions On Land And In The Sea 189
3.1.25 Endeavor Robotics 710 Warrior™ 190
3.2 Northrop Grumman 192
3.2.1 Northrop Grumman Remotec Unveils Next-generation Andros(TM) Robot 192
3.2.2 Northrop Grumman Andros F6 Series 194
3.2.3 Northrop Grumman Remotec Robotic Platforms and Sub-Systems 195
3.2.4 Northrop Grumman Andros F6A - Law Enforcement & SWAT 200
3.2.5 Northrop Grumman Andros Robots 201
3.2.6 Northrop Grumman ANDROS Hazmat 202
3.2.7 Northrop Grumman Mark V-A1 - HAZMAT Technicians 207
3.2.8 Northrop Grumman Andros for Law Enforcement 208
3.2.9 Northrop Grumman Mini Andros II Features 210
3.3 QinetiQ 212
3.3.1 QinetiQ Spartacus 212
3.3.2 QinetiQ Minotaur 213
3.3.3 QinetiQ Raider 215
3.3.4 QinetiQ Tactical TALON for Homeland Security and Law Enforcement 216
3.3.5 QinetiQ Law Enforcement Robots 217
3.3.6 QinetiQ Talon V 218
3.3.7 QinetiQ C-Talon 220
3.3.8 QinetiQ C-Talon Draper Laboratory Expertise in Action 221
3.3.9 QinetQ TALON 222
3.3.10 QinetiQ TALON Product Line Expansion 227
3.3.11 QinetiQ Laptop Control Unit (LCU) 228
3.3.12 QinetiQ Comprised Of Experts In Defense, Aerospace, And Security 229
3.3.13 QinetiQ North America TALON Detects Deadly IEDs And Saves Lives 230
3.3.14 QinetQ Dragon Runner 230
3.3.15 QinetQ Dragon Runner 10 232