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Title: security needs of india_BLAZE Automation 2010


1
OVERVIEW OF INDIAand Security needs of the
Country
www.blazeautomation.com
2
About India
  • Seventh largest and second most populated country
  • Population of more than 1 billion
  • 29 states and 6 Union Territories
  • Largest democracy in the world
  • Median age of 25 years compared to in 43 Japan
    and 36 in USA
  • Working age population to be 70 by 2030-largest
    in the world
  • Among the fastest growing economies in the world
  • Number of airports 454
  • 12 International airports
  • Major ports 12
  • Major Dams and Reservoirs 400

3
Indian Economy
  • 4th largest and 2nd fastest growing economy in
    the world
  • GDP growth rate of more than 6.73 in 2009.
  • Growth rate of over 8 in 2010
  • Projected GDP growth rate of 9 in 2010
  • Consumer market to be 5th largest by 2025
  • Fast being established as a global manufacturing
    hub
  • Services account for almost half of the GDP
  • 8th largest investor in the UK

4
INDIAN SECURITY SCENARIO
5
Indian Security Scenario
  • Continuous security problem due to terrorism,
    left wing extremism local crime
  • Terrorist threats in border states and metros
  • More than 30 terror outfits active in India.
  • Al Qaedas top terror targets include India
  • Insurgency in North East and left wing extremism
    in Central India continues.
  • Left wing extremism gained momentum and active in
    22 states

6
Affected Areas
7
Terror Incidents
  • More than 600 killed and hundreds maimed in
    terror attacks since last 6 years
  • Central India Left wing extremism-16 policemen
    killed in May 2009, 15 in February 2009
  • Mumbai - November 2008 Series of terror
    attacks killing more than 172
  • North East-Assam Oct 2008 45 killed in 18
    bombings
  • North India- Jaipur - May 2008 63 killed in 9
    bomb blasts
  • South India - Bangalore July 2008 8 low
    intensity bomb blasts
  • New Delhi December 2001 Attack on Parliament
    left 9 policemen dead

8
Key observations
  • Terror attacks in virtually all parts of the
    country
  • Common targets Business centers, tourist places
    and common citizens
  • Left wing extremism target local administration
    and police
  • Mass transport systems vulnerable to attacks
  • Airport security not completely fool proof
  • Post 26/11- Coastal security lapses exposed
  • Disturbed relations with border countries in the
    North

9
Post 26/11
  • Security today a key concern to business,
    individuals, government.
  • Terror attacks a real and serious threat across
    the country
  • Security beefed up in offices, hotels, malls,
    tourist places, small establishments and other
    public places.
  • Security measures include physical checks, metal
    detectors, X-ray machine scans, bomb detection
    equipments, RADARS, Thermal Imagers etc
  • Corporate have upped security budgets by 35-40

10
INDIAN SECURITY MARKET
11
Indian Security Market - opportunities
12
Indian Security Market Potential Past, Present
and Future
  • Presently, 1.3 billion GBP industry, would touch
    2.2 billion GBP in the next 4 years and 4.5
    billion GBP by 2016
  • Growth rate of 25 per cent over the past 5-7
    years and would achieve a rate of 125 per cent by
    2012.
  • 1/3rd spend on Airport, Naval base Security
  • Number of companies 5000 (includes unorganized
    and registered)
  • Number of police officers over 3.5 million
  • Number of private guards over 5.6 million

13
Security Equipments market
  • Key areas Electronic and non-electronic gadgets
  • Organized Around 50 companies
  • Unorganized Around 800 companies
  • Key gadgets used at present CCTVs, Access
    control systems, Metal detectors, Intrusion
    detection systems, door intercoms
  • Future Scope in this Area Radars, Thermal
    Imagers, Integrated CCTV systems, Control
    Stations for Forensics etc
  • Imports Israel, China, Taiwan, Korea, UK and
    US
  • Imported gadgets form 30-35 of the total market
  • Imports to increase to GBP 2.5 billion in the
    next two years

14
Security Equipments Market
15
Future of Security Industry
  • Demand for integrated solutions
  • Radars, Thermal Imagers, Integrated CCTV systems,
    metal detectors, baggage scanners demand to
    increase.
  • Emphasis on quality training from accredited
    sources.
  • Need for threat assessment and Forensics growing
  • Security of physical infrastructure, resilience
    of system and disaster recovery mechanism
  • Reservoirs, Airports, Government Head Quarters,
    Small scale industries, educational institutes,
    private offices, residential apartments,
    government premises, jail security new growth
    areas.

16
Recent Developments
  • Government to spend GBP 5 billion on homeland
    security in the next 2 years
  • Wish list includes UAVs, Radars, Thermal Imagers,
    weaponry for urban warfare, light capabilities
    like helicopters, aircraft and precision
    munitions
  • Raytheon offers radar system for Indian homeland
    security
  • Israel and India come together as partners in
    homeland security
  • Swedish company Securitas AB picks stake in Delhi
    based company
  • Security company in India in talks for takeover
    of UK company.
  • Indian Premier League organizers had planned a 10
    fold increase in security with 16 bullet proof
    buses and 64 armored SUVs.

17
Clientele
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