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Maritime Safety System Market by Component (Solutions & Services), Security Type (Coastal Surveillance, Crew Security), Application (Counter Piracy, Safety of Ships), System (AIS, GMDSS, LRIT System ), End-User and Region - Global Forecast to 2026

Maritime Safety System Market by Component (Solutions & Services), Security Type (Coastal Surveillance, Crew Security), Application (Counter Piracy, Safety of Ships), System (AIS, GMDSS, LRIT System ), End-User and Region - Global Forecast to 2026

The global Maritime Safety market size to grow from USD 23.9 billion in 2021 to USD 33.4 billion by 2026, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 6.9 % during the forecast period. The major factors driving the growth of the maritime safety market are the rising need to manage complex supply chain operations and increase sustainability across the marine industry, increasing trade and freight transport activities through the sea, rising need to create awareness about maritime safety, and regulatory compliances and standards.

Furthermore, the advent of innovative technologies, such as RFID, GPS, AR, robotics, and Blockchain; development of integrated solutions to lower maritime terrorism and piracy; and emerging opportunities across untapped regional markets are expected to provide opportunities for enterprises operating in the maritime safety market. However, there are restraining factors that may slow down the growth of the maritime safety market.

These include stringent environmental regulations and compliance issues, a lack of uniform standards to implement security solutions across the marine industry and rising criminal activities across the marine industry. Apart from these restraints, vendors are expected to face various other challenges in the near future. These would include growing issues pertaining to piracy, increasing maritime terrorism, and limited workforce and halt in production units during the pandemic

The Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) triggered a global health and economic crisis with wide-ranging implications for maritime transport and trade. Restrictions introduced in response to the pandemic have caused disruptions, affecting ports, shipping, and supply chains. Many industries faced challenges along their supply chain. Some of these challenges were raw material shortages, lead-time issues, ocean blank sailings, port closures, reduced working hours at ports, equipment and labor shortages, and transport capacity constraints.

These obstacles undermine the smooth movement of trade flows and supply chain operations and significantly erode transport services. Governments have both flag and port states, which have issued circulars and other forms of communication on COVID-19. The maritime sector in various countries across different regions has issued several port marine circulars related to COVID-19. After initially announcing that crew changes were suspended, following feedback from the industry and unions, it has established a prescribed process, considering whether the seafarer has served the maximum time on board and no further extension of the employment contract is granted by the flag state.

The long-term impact of the pandemic is yet to be fully understood. All indicators are pointing to significant immediate challenges for the maritime sector. These differ depending on the maritime transport segment (e.g., container, bulk, reefer, tanker). These indicators vary by region, level of development, and the state of prior preparedness to shocks and disruptions. The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented situation worldwide. To slow the spread of the disease and lessen its impact, governments around the globe have restricted travel and closed borders. Numerous ports and airports have shut, ships have been denied entry, and planes grounded. About 90 percent of global trade is moved by maritime transport.

Commercial fishing is a major source of the world’s food. Many seafarers are on board for extended periods. Therefore, to avoid fatigue, crews need to change regularly. This involves some 100,000 seafarers every month. However, because of restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, around 90,000 seafarers are currently stuck onboard cruise ships without passengers and sometimes even without pay. The Maritime Labor Convention 2006 has proved to be a strong and practical instrument that has supported both seafarers and ship owners during this pandemic.

The services segment is projected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period

The services segment is expected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period. This can be attributed to the need for determining the time and cost required to install the solution that requires fully-managed maritime safety services. The rising need for maritime safety systems with proven small target detection capability to assist authorities in efficiently monitoring illegal activities, such as drug trafficking, smuggling, illegal immigrants, piracy, illicit fishing, and terrorism, is expected to gain traction in coming years.

The port and critical infrastructure segment will hold the largest market share during the forecast period

The port and critical infrastructure segment is estimated to account for the largest market share in 2021 while the crew security segment is expected to gain traction in coming years. Port and infrastructure security are important aspects of maritime safety because illegal activities (smuggling of goods, narcotics, and human trafficking) are carried out at ports. As a result, specialized weapons with armed guards are used by maritime safety companies to provide security.

The vessel monitoring and management system segment to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period

Among systems, vessel monitoring and management system to grow at a rapid pace during the forecast period. It is an important system in the shipping industry as it not only helps in pinpointing the location of the ships but also helps in the transfer of important weather and environmental data. Due to globalization and diversification, the maritime safety market in North America is continuing to invest heavily in the advancement of its technologies and manufacturing processes, to remain competitive in the market.

The coastal monitoring application segment is expected to hold the largest market size during the forecast period

Among applications, coastal monitoring is expected to grow at a rapid pace during the forecast period. Coastal monitoring involves collecting a variety of data in the coastal environment. Long-term monitoring builds up an evidence base to help understand coastal processes and identify where the risks, opportunities, and consequences are in coastal management.

The marine & construction segment is estimated to hold the largest market share during the forecast period

The marine & construction end-user segment is expected to account for the largest market share in 2021. The growth of the segment is due to the rising need to provide quick repairs with less downtime and ensure reliable marine services with reduced life cycle costs and enhanced quality. The oil & gas segment is projected to register the highest CAGR during the forecast period due to the increasing need to monitor all safety-relevant equipment on oil rigs.

Among regions, Asia Pacific to hold the highest CAGR during the forecast period

Asia Pacific is projected to hold a higher CAGR during the forecast period. This growth can be attributed to the rapidly increasing marine time trade in the region. Asia Pacific is showing a substantial rise in the adoption of maritime safety solutions and services during the forecast period, while Latin America and the Middle East & Africa are slowly picking up maritime safety due to the rising need to identify and eliminate the potential threats, including terrorist attacks, business transactional crimes, environmental damages, illegal immigration, and piracy at the sea.

Breakdown of primaries
In-depth interviews were conducted with Chief Executive Officers (CEOs), innovation and technology directors, system integrators, and executives from various key organizations operating in the Maritime Safety Market.
By Company: Tier I: 35%, Tier II: 45%, and Tier III: 20%
By Designation: C-Level Executives: 35%, D-Level Executives: 25%, and others: 40%
By Region: North America: 45%, Europe: 20%, APAC: 30 %, and RoW: 5%
The report includes the study of key players offering maritime safety market.

The major vendors covered are Honeywell (US), Thales Group (France), Smiths Group (UK), Elbit Systems (Israel), Northrop Grumman (US), Westminster Group (UK), Raytheon Anschutz (Germany), Saab Group (Sweden), OSI Maritime Systems (Canada), BAE Systems (UK), L3Harris Technologies (US), KONGSBERG (Norway), Leonardo (Italy), ATLAS ELEKTRONIK (Germany), Airbus (Netherlands), Terma Group (Denmark), Nuctech (China), ARES Security (US), Rolta (India), HALO Maritime Defense Systems ( US), Consilium ( Sweden), Maindeck (Norway), Captain's Eye (Israel), FREGATA SPACE (Spain), Nautix Technologies (Denmark), ioCurrents (US), KNL Networks (Finland), Harbor Lab (Greece), Smart Ship Hub (Singapore), YManage360 (India), SailRouter (Netherlands) and HudsonAnalytix (US).

Research Coverage
The research study for the Maritime Safety market involved extensive secondary sources, directories, and several journals, including the Journal of International Maritime Safety, Environmental Affairs, and Shipping, and the Journal of Marine Science and Engineering. Primary sources were mainly industry experts from the core and related industries, preferred Maritime Safety providers, third-party service providers, consulting service providers, end users, and other commercial enterprises. In-depth interviews were conducted with various primary respondents, including key industry participants and subject matter experts, to obtain and verify critical qualitative and quantitative information, and assess the market’s prospects

Key Benefits of Buying the Report
The report would provide the market leaders/new entrants in this market with information on the closest approximations of the revenue numbers for the overall maritime safety market and its subsegments. It would help stakeholders understand the competitive landscape and gain more insights better to position their business and plan suitable go-to-market strategies. It also helps stakeholders understand the pulse of the market and provides them with information on key market drivers, restraints, challenges, and opportunities.
Table of Contents

1INTRODUCTION41
1.1INTRODUCTION TO COVID-1941
1.2COVID-19 HEALTH ASSESSMENT41
FIGURE 1COVID-19: THE GLOBAL PROPAGATION41
FIGURE 2COVID-19 PROPAGATION: SELECT COUNTRIES42
1.3COVID-19 ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT43
FIGURE 3REVISED GDP FORECASTS FOR SELECT G20 COUNTRIES IN 202043
1.3.1COVID-19 ECONOMIC IMPACT—SCENARIO ASSESSMENT44
FIGURE 4CRITERIA IMPACTING THE GLOBAL ECONOMY44
FIGURE 5SCENARIOS IN TERMS OF RECOVERY OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMY45
1.4OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY46
1.5MARKET DEFINITION46
1.5.1INCLUSIONS AND EXCLUSIONS47
1.6MARKET SCOPE48
1.6.1MARKET SEGMENTATION48
1.6.2REGIONS COVERED49
1.6.3YEARS CONSIDERED FOR THE STUDY49
1.7CURRENCY CONSIDERED50
TABLE 1UNITED STATES DOLLAR EXCHANGE RATE, 2018–202050
1.8STAKEHOLDERS50
1.9SUMMARY OF CHANGES50
2RESEARCH METHODOLOGY52
2.1RESEARCH DATA52
FIGURE 6MARITIME SAFETY MARKET: RESEARCH DESIGN52
2.1.1SECONDARY DATA53
2.1.2PRIMARY DATA53
TABLE 2PRIMARY INTERVIEWS53
2.1.2.1Breakup of primary profiles54
2.1.2.2Key industry insights54
2.2MARKET BREAKUP AND DATA TRIANGULATION55
FIGURE 7DATA TRIANGULATION55
2.3MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION56
FIGURE 8MARITIME SAFETY MARKET: TOP-DOWN AND BOTTOM-UP APPROACHES56
2.3.1TOP-DOWN APPROACH56
2.3.2BOTTOM-UP APPROACH56
FIGURE 9MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY - APPROACH 1 (SUPPLY-SIDE): REVENUE FROM SOLUTIONS/SERVICES OF THE MARITIME SAFETY MARKET57
FIGURE 10MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY- APPROACH 2, BOTTOM-UP (SUPPLY-SIDE): COLLECTIVE REVENUE FROM ALL SOLUTIONS/SERVICES OF THE MARITIME SAFETY MARKET57
FIGURE 11MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY-APPROACH 3, BOTTOM-UP (SUPPLY-SIDE): COLLECTIVE REVENUE FROM ALL SOLUTIONS/SERVICES OF THE MARITIME SAFETY MARKET58
FIGURE 12MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY-APPROACH 4, BOTTOM-UP (DEMAND-SIDE): SHARE OF MARITIME SAFETY THROUGH OVERALL MARITIME SAFETY SPENDING59
2.4MARKET FORECAST60
TABLE 3FACTOR ANALYSIS60
2.5COMPANY EVALUATION MATRIX METHODOLOGY61
FIGURE 13COMPANY EVALUATION MATRIX: CRITERIA WEIGHTAGE61
2.6STARTUP/SME EVALUATION MATRIX METHODOLOGY62
FIGURE 14STARTUP/SME EVALUATION MATRIX: CRITERIA WEIGHTAGE62
2.7ASSUMPTIONS FOR THE STUDY62
2.8LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY64
2.9IMPLICATIONS OF COVID-19 ON THE MARITIME SAFETY MARKET65
FIGURE 15QUARTERLY IMPACT OF COVID-19 DURING 2020–202165
3EXECUTIVE SUMMARY68
TABLE 4GLOBAL MARITIME SAFETY MARKET SIZE AND GROWTH RATE, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION, Y-O-Y %)70
TABLE 5GLOBAL MARITIME SAFETY MARKET SIZE AND GROWTH RATE, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION, Y-O-Y %)70
FIGURE 16MARITIME SAFETY MARKET SNAPSHOT, BY COMPONENT71
FIGURE 17MARITIME SAFETY MARKET SNAPSHOT, BY SERVICES71
FIGURE 18MARITIME SAFETY MARKET SNAPSHOT, BY PROFESSIONAL SERVICES71
FIGURE 19MARITIME SAFETY MARKET SNAPSHOT, BY SECURITY TYPE72
FIGURE 20MARITIME SAFETY MARKET SNAPSHOT, BY SYSTEM72
FIGURE 21MARITIME SAFETY MARKET SNAPSHOT, BY APPLICATION73
FIGURE 22MARITIME SAFETY MARKET SNAPSHOT, BY END-USER73
FIGURE 23MARITIME SAFETY MARKET SNAPSHOT, BY REGION74
4PREMIUM INSIGHTS75
4.1ATTRACTIVE MARKET OPPORTUNITIES IN THE MARITIME SAFETY MARKET75
FIGURE 24ACROSS MARITIME SECTOR TO DRIVE THE GROWTH OF MARITIME SAFETY MARKET75
4.2MARITIME SAFETY MARKET: TOP THREE APPLICATIONS75
FIGURE 25COASTAL MONITORING SEGMENT EXPECTED TO GROW AT THE HIGHEST CAGR DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD75
4.3MARITIME SAFETY MARKET: BY REGION76
FIGURE 26NORTH AMERICA EXPECTED TO ACCOUNT FOR THE LARGEST MARKET SHARE76
4.4MARITIME SAFETY MARKET IN NORTH AMERICA, BY TOP THREE APPLICATIONS AND SECURITY TYPES77
FIGURE 27PORT AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND LOSS PREVENTION AND DETECTION SEGMENTS EXPECTED TO ACCOUNT FOR THE LARGEST SHARE77
5MARKET OVERVIEW AND INDUSTRY TRENDS78
5.1INTRODUCTION78
5.2MARKET DYNAMICS78
FIGURE 28DRIVERS, RESTRAINTS, OPPORTUNITIES, AND CHALLENGES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET79
5.2.1DRIVERS79
5.2.1.1Rising need to manage complex supply chain operations and increase sustainability across the marine industry79
5.2.1.2Rising need to create awareness about maritime safety80
5.2.1.3Regulatory compliances and standards80
5.2.1.4Increasing trade and freight transport activities through the sea80
5.2.2RESTRAINTS81
5.2.2.1Stringent environmental regulations and compliance issues81
5.2.2.2Lack of uniform standards to implement security solutions across the marine industry81
5.2.2.3Rising criminal activities across the marine industry81
5.2.3OPPORTUNITIES82
5.2.3.1Development of integrated solutions to lower maritime terrorism and piracy82
5.2.3.2Advent of innovative technologies, such as RFID, GPS, AR, robotics, and Blockchain82
5.2.3.3Emerging opportunities across untapped regional markets82
5.2.4CHALLENGES83
5.2.4.1Growing issues pertaining to piracy83
5.2.4.2Increasing maritime terrorism83
5.2.4.3Limited workforce and halt in production units during the pandemic83
5.2.5CUMULATIVE GROWTH ANALYSIS84
5.3INDUSTRY TRENDS84
5.3.1MARITIME SAFETY MARKET: EVOLUTION84
FIGURE 29EVOLUTION OF THE MARITIME SAFETY MARKET85
5.3.2ECOSYSTEM85
FIGURE 30MARITIME SAFETY MARKET: ECOSYSTEM85
5.3.3SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS86
FIGURE 31SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS86
TABLE 6MARITIME SAFETY MARKET: SUPPLY CHAIN87
5.3.4MARITIME SAFETY MARKET: COVID-19 IMPACT88
FIGURE 32MARITIME SAFETY MARKET TO WITNESS A MINIMAL SLOWDOWN IN GROWTH IN 202089
5.3.5TRENDS/DISRUPTIONS IMPACTING BUYERS/CLIENTS OF THE MARITIME SAFETY MARKET90
FIGURE 33MARITIME SAFETY MARKET: TRENDS/DISRUPTIONS IMPACTING BUYERS/CLIENTS90
5.3.6CASE STUDY ANALYSIS90
5.3.6.1The Strait of Georgia has selected MarineInsight vendor to accurately track the Blackwater discharge in approved zones90
5.3.6.2Manual input into maintenance programs uses MarineInsight that will automatically generate summary reports to deliver to the proper personnel91
5.3.6.3Customers need to have different solutions for geofencing their voyages. With Marine Insight Input, customer locations can be traced91
5.3.6.4The Kirke Narrows has selected MSM to design a system that collects hydrographic and atmospheric data to transmit them to all users92
5.3.6.5BigOceanData vessel tracking system has been used to track Maersk Line’s fleet using fused data feeds92
5.3.6.6Norwegian Hull Club’s has selected BigOceanData to provide a central maritime intelligence service for loss prevention and emergency response team93
5.3.6.7Crew uses MarineInsight to detect the overheat and prevent the Catastrophic loss93
5.3.6.8Customer uses MarineInsight to maintain a constant temperature in the refrigerated saltwater (RSW) tanks94
5.3.6.9Customers need to have a notification for the shoreside team when vessels are running idle with marine insight. It will be able to send an alert when a vessel is sitting in specific idle RPM bands94
5.4REGULATIONS LANDSCAPE94
5.4.1SOLAS (INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA, 1974)95
5.4.2MARPOL (INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE PREVENTION OF POLLUTION FROM SHIPS, 1973/1978)95
5.4.3COLREG (CONVENTION ON THE INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS FOR PREVENTING COLLISIONS AT SEA, 1972)95
5.4.4LOADLINE (INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON LOADLINES, 1966)95
5.4.5ISPS (THE INTERNATIONAL SHIP AND PORT FACILITY SECURITY CODE, 2002)95
5.4.6ISM (THE INTERNATIONAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT CODE, 1993)95
5.4.7STCW (INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON STANDARDS OF TRAINING, CERTIFICATION, AND WATCHKEEPING FOR SEAFARERS, 1978/1995/2010)96
5.4.8ILO 147 (THE ILO MERCHANT SHIPPING (MINIMUM STANDARDS) CONVENTION, 1976)96
5.5TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS96
5.5.1BIG DATA97
5.5.2ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE97
5.5.3MACHINE LEARNING97
5.5.4INTERNET OF THINGS97
5.5.5BLOCKCHAIN98
5.5.6AUTOMATION98
5.5.7CLOUD COMPUTING99
5.6PATENT ANALYSIS99
5.6.1METHODOLOGY99
5.6.2DOCUMENT TYPE99
TABLE 7PATENTS FILED, 2018-202199
5.6.3INNOVATION AND PATENT APPLICATIONS99
FIGURE 34TOTAL NUMBER OF PATENTS GRANTED IN A YEAR, 2019–2022100
5.6.4TOP APPLICANTS100
FIGURE 35TOP 10 COMPANIES WITH THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF PATENT APPLICATIONS, 2018–2021100
5.7PRICING MODEL ANALYSIS, 2021100
TABLE 8MARITIME SAFETY MARKET: PRICING MODEL ANALYSIS, 2021101
5.8PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS101
TABLE 9IMPACT OF EACH FORCE ON THE MARITIME SAFETY MARKET101
FIGURE 36PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS102
5.8.1THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS102
5.8.2THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES103
5.8.3BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS103
5.8.4BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS103
5.8.5INTENSITY OF COMPETITIVE RIVALRY103
5.9SCENARIO104
TABLE 10CRITICAL FACTORS IMPACTING THE GROWTH OF THE MARITIME SAFETY MARKET104
5.10KEY STAKEHOLDERS AND BUYING CRITERIA104
5.10.1KEY STAKEHOLDERS IN THE BUYING PROCESS104
FIGURE 37INFLUENCE OF STAKEHOLDERS IN BUYING PROCESS (%)104
TABLE 11INFLUENCE OF STAKEHOLDERS IN BUYING PROCESS (%)104
5.10.2BUYING CRITERIA105
FIGURE 38KEY BUYING CRITERIA105
TABLE 12KEY BUYING CRITERIA FOR MARITIME SAFETY105
5.11KEY CONFERENCES AND EVENTS IN 2022–2023106
TABLE 13MARITIME SAFETY MARKET: DETAILED LIST OF CONFERENCES AND EVENTS106
6MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT109
6.1INTRODUCTION110
6.1.1COMPONENTS: COVID-19 IMPACT110
FIGURE 39SERVICES SEGMENT EXPECTED TO REGISTER A HIGHER CAGR DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD111
TABLE 14MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)111
TABLE 15MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)111
6.2SOLUTIONS112
6.2.1INCREASING NEED FOR PROTECTING THE NATIONAL WATERS WITH COMMAND, CONTROL, AND SELF-PROTECTION112
TABLE 16SOLUTIONS: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)112
TABLE 17SOLUTIONS: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)112
6.3SERVICES113
FIGURE 40MANAGED SERVICES SEGMENT EXPECTED TO GROW AT A HIGHER CAGR DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD113
TABLE 18MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SERVICES, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)113
TABLE 19MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SERVICES, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)114
TABLE 20SERVICES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)114
TABLE 21SERVICES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)114
6.3.1PROFESSIONAL SERVICES114
FIGURE 41TRAINING AND CONSULTING SEGMENT EXPECTED TO GROW AT THE HIGHEST CAGR DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD115
TABLE 22PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY TYPE,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)115
TABLE 23PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: MARITIME SAFETY, BY TYPE,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)115
TABLE 24PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)116
TABLE 25PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)116
6.3.1.1Training and Consulting Services116
6.3.1.1.1Need for training and consulting services for implementing the maritime safety system based on business needs and market trends116
TABLE 26TRAINING AND CONSULTING SERVICES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)117
TABLE 27TRAINING AND CONSULTING SERVICES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)117
6.3.1.2Risk assessment and investigation117
6.3.1.2.1Need for assessing ships, crew, ports, and vessels for addressing safety loopholes and enhancing security117
TABLE 28RISK ASSESSMENT AND INVESTIGATION SERVICES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)118
TABLE 29RISK ASSESSMENT AND INVESTIGATION SERVICES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)118
6.3.1.3Support and Maintenance118
6.3.1.3.1Growing need to upgrade the existing systems and assistance to installed solutions118
TABLE 30SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)119
TABLE 31SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)119
6.3.2MANAGED SERVICES119
6.3.2.1Enterprises must ensure the provision of certain services for their clients to maintain their market position119
TABLE 32MANAGED SERVICES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)120
TABLE 33MANAGED SERVICES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)120
7MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEM MARKET, BY SECURITY TYPE121
7.1INTRODUCTION122
7.1.1SECURITY TYPE: COVID-19 IMPACT122
FIGURE 42CREW SECURITY SEGMENT EXPECTED TO REGISTER THE HIGHEST CAGR DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD123
TABLE 34MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SECURITY TYPE, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)123
TABLE 35MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SECURITY TYPE, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)124
7.2PORT AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY124
7.2.1PORT AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY INCLUDE ASSETS, SYSTEMS, FACILITIES, NETWORKS, AND OTHER ELEMENTS124
TABLE 36PORT AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE: MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEM MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)125
TABLE 37PORT AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE: MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEM MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)125
7.2.2COASTAL SURVEILLANCE125
7.2.2.1Increasing need to protect the coastline to detect, locate, and monitor maritime activities in real-time125
TABLE 38COASTAL SURVEILLANCE: MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEM MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)126
TABLE 39COASTAL SURVEILLANCE: MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEM MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)126
7.2.3VESSEL SECURITY126
7.2.3.1Rising need to protect and inspect seaports and cargos moving through the ports126
TABLE 40VESSEL SECURITY: MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEM MARKET, BY REGION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)127
TABLE 41VESSEL SECURITY: MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEM MARKET, BY REGION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)127
7.2.4CREW SECURITY128
7.2.4.1Crew security ensuring the safety of vessels and ships across maritime firms128
TABLE 42CREW SECURITY: MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEM MARKET, BY REGION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)128
TABLE 43CREW SECURITY: MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEM MARKET, BY REGION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)128
7.2.5CARGOES AND CONTAINERS SAFETY129
7.2.5.1Enhanced safety of the cargo to prevent from tampering129
TABLE 44CARGOES AND CONTAINERS SAFETY: MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEM MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)129
TABLE 45CARGOES AND CONTAINERS SAFETY: MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEM MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)129
7.2.6SHIP SYSTEM AND EQUIPMENT (SSE) SAFETY130
7.2.6.1Increasing optimization of safety performance in the ship safety management system130
TABLE 46SHIP SYSTEM AND EQUIPMENT (SSE) SAFETY: MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEM MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)130
TABLE 47SHIP SYSTEM AND EQUIPMENT (SSE) SAFETY: MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEM MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)130
7.2.7OTHER SECURITY TYPES131
TABLE 48OTHER SECURITY TYPES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)131
TABLE 49OTHER SECURITY TYPES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)132
8MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SYSTEM133
8.1INTRODUCTION134
8.1.1SYSTEM: COVID-19 IMPACT134
FIGURE 43VESSEL MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SEGMENT EXPECTED TO GROW AT THE HIGHEST CAGR DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD135
TABLE 50MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SYSTEM, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)135
TABLE 51MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SYSTEM, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)135
8.2SHIP SECURITY REPORTING SYSTEM136
8.2.1USE OF SHIP SECURITY REPORTING SYSTEMS AS A RESCUE FROM DISTRESS136
TABLE 52SHIP SECURITY REPORTING SYSTEM: MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEM MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)136
TABLE 53SHIP SECURITY REPORTING SYSTEM: MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEM MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)136
8.3AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM137
8.3.1USE OF AN AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM FOR LOCATION TRACKING137
TABLE 54AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)137
TABLE 55AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)137
8.4GLOBAL MARITIME DISTRESS SAFETY SYSTEM138
8.4.1EFFECTIVE MEANS FOR SENDING AND RECEIVING MARITIME SAFETY INFORMATION138
TABLE 56GLOBAL MARITIME DISTRESS SAFETY SYSTEM: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)138
TABLE 57GLOBAL MARITIME DISTRESS SAFETY SYSTEM: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)138
8.5LONGER RANGE TRACKING AND IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM139
8.5.1ATTENDING TO THE UNWANTED AND PROBLEM-INDUCING FACTORS OF MARITIME OPERATIONAL LINES139
TABLE 58LONG RANGE TRACKING AND IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)139
TABLE 59LONG RANGE TRACKING AND IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)139
8.6VESSEL MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEM140
8.6.1RISING NEED FOR LOCATING OR TRACKING THE LOCATION OF SHIPS140
TABLE 60VESSEL MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)140
TABLE 61VESSEL MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)140
8.7OTHER SYSTEMS141
TABLE 62OTHER SYSTEMS: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)141
TABLE 63OTHER SYSTEMS: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)141
9MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY APPLICATION142
9.1INTRODUCTION143
9.1.1APPLICATION: COVID-19 IMPACT143
FIGURE 44COASTAL MONITORING APPLICATION SEGMENT EXPECTED TO REGISTER THE HIGHEST CAGR DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD144
TABLE 64MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY APPLICATION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)144
TABLE 65MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY APPLICATION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)144
9.2LOSS PREVENTION AND DETECTION145
9.2.1LOSS PREVENTION AND DETECTION CONTROLLING ACCESS TO MARITIME DATA HELD BY FIRMS145
TABLE 66LOSS PREVENTION AND DETECTION: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)145
TABLE 67LOSS PREVENTION AND DETECTION: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)145
9.3SECURITY MANAGEMENT146
9.3.1RISING NEED TO MANAGE AND MITIGATE SEA-RELATED THREATS146
TABLE 68SECURITY MANAGEMENT: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)146
TABLE 69SECURITY MANAGEMENT: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)146
9.4COUNTER PIRACY147
9.4.1COUNTER PIRACY IS AN ORGANIZED AND PERSISTENT CRIMINAL ACTIVITY147
TABLE 70COUNTER-PIRACY: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)147
TABLE 71COUNTER-PIRACY: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)148
9.5COASTAL MONITORING148
9.5.1COASTAL MONITORING HELPS TO UNDERSTAND COASTAL PROCESSES, RISKS, OPPORTUNITIES, AND CONSEQUENCES148
TABLE 72COASTAL MONITORING: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)148
TABLE 73COASTAL MONITORING: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)149
9.6SAFETY OF SHIP149
9.6.1SAFETY OF SHIP APPLICATION ENSURED BY VARIOUS MARITIME SYSTEMS WORKING TOGETHER IN THE SEA149
TABLE 74SAFETY OF SHIP: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)149
TABLE 75SAFETY OF SHIP: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)150
9.7POLLUTION PREVENTION AND RESPONSE MANAGEMENT150
9.7.1POLLUTION PREVENTION AND RESPONSE (PPR) MANAGEMENT UNDERTAKES THE POLLUTION IMPLICATIONS AT OPEN SEA AND ASHORE150
TABLE 76POLLUTION PREVENTION AND RESPONSE MANAGEMENT: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)150
TABLE 77POLLUTION PREVENTION AND RESPONSE MANAGEMENT: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)151
10MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY END-USER152
10.1INTRODUCTION153
10.1.1END-USER: COVID-19 IMPACT153
FIGURE 45OIL & GAS SEGMENT EXPECTED TO REGISTER THE HIGHEST CAGR DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD154
TABLE 78MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY END-USER, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)154
TABLE 79MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY END-USER, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)154
10.2GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS155
10.2.1GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS FOCUSING ON MANAGING AND ENFORCING LAWS AND POLICIES GOVERNING MARITIME SAFETY155
TABLE 80GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)155
TABLE 81GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)156
10.3OIL & GAS156
10.3.1MARITIME SAFETY SOLUTIONS PROVIDE COMPLETE LIFE SAFETY AND ASSET INTEGRITY SERVICES TO THE OIL & GAS INDUSTRY156
TABLE 82OIL & GAS: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)156
TABLE 83OIL & GAS: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)157
10.4MARINE & CONSTRUCTION157
10.4.1MARITIME SAFETY SYSTEMS OFFERING ACCESS CONTROLS, FROM VIDEO SURVEILLANCE TO CYBERSECURITY, TO MARINE AND CONSTRUCTION FIRMS157
TABLE 84MARINE & CONSTRUCTION: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)157
TABLE 85MARINE & CONSTRUCTION: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)158
10.5SHIPPING AND TRANSPORTATION158
10.5.1VASTNESS OF THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY CALLING FOR MARITIME SAFETY158
TABLE 86SHIPPING AND TRANSPORTATION: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET SIZE, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)159
TABLE 87SHIPPING AND TRANSPORTATION: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)159
10.6CARGOES AND CONTAINERS159
10.6.1CONTAINER SHIPPING IS ONE OF THE MOST REMARKABLE DEVELOPMENTS IN THE MARITIME CARGO INDUSTRY159
TABLE 88CARGOES AND CONTAINERS: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)160
TABLE 89CARGOES AND CONTAINERS: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)160
10.7OTHER END-USERS160
TABLE 90OTHER END-USERS: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)161
TABLE 91OTHER END-USERS: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)161
11MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION162
11.1INTRODUCTION163
FIGURE 46INDIA EXPECTED TO ACHIEVE THE HIGHEST CAGR DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD163
FIGURE 47ASIA PACIFIC EXPECTED TO ATTAIN THE HIGHEST CAGR DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD163
TABLE 92MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)164
TABLE 93MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY REGION, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)164
11.2NORTH AMERICA164
11.2.1NORTH AMERICA: COVID-19 IMPACT165
11.2.2NORTH AMERICA: REGULATIONS166
11.2.2.1Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA)166
11.2.2.2Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act166
11.2.2.3Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996166
11.2.2.4Health Level Seven (HL7)166
11.2.2.5Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)167
11.2.2.6Federal Information Security Management Act167
11.2.2.7Federal Information Processing Standards167
11.2.2.8California Consumer Privacy Act168
FIGURE 48NORTH AMERICA: MARKET SNAPSHOT168
TABLE 94NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)169
TABLE 95NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)169
TABLE 96NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SECURITY TYPE,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)169
TABLE 97NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SECURITY TYPE,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)170
TABLE 98NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SERVICES,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)170
TABLE 99NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SERVICES,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)170
TABLE 100NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)170
TABLE 101NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)171
TABLE 102NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SYSTEM,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)171
TABLE 103NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SYSTEM,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)171
TABLE 104NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY APPLICATION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)172
TABLE 105NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY APPLICATION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)172
TABLE 106NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY END-USER,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)172
TABLE 107NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY END-USER,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)173
TABLE 108NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COUNTRY,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)173
TABLE 109NORTH AMERICA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COUNTRY,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)173
11.2.3UNITED STATES173
11.2.3.1Rising adoption of various marine highway programs to drive the growth of maritime safety market173
TABLE 110UNITED STATES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)174
TABLE 111UNITED STATES: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)174
11.2.4CANADA174
11.2.4.1Growing initiatives by the government departments and agencies to improve the safety and security system of marine174
TABLE 112CANADA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)175
TABLE 113CANADA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)175
11.3EUROPE175
11.3.1EUROPE: COVID-19 IMPACT176
11.3.2EUROPE: REGULATIONS177
11.3.2.1General Data Protection Regulation177
11.3.2.2European Committee for Standardization177
11.3.2.3EU and International Maritime Safety Legislation177
11.3.2.4UN Convention of the Law of the Sea of 1982177
TABLE 114EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)178
TABLE 115EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)178
TABLE 116EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SECURITY TYPE,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)178
TABLE 117EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SECURITY TYPE,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)179
TABLE 118EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SERVICES,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)179
TABLE 119EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SERVICES,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)179
TABLE 120EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY PROFESSIONAL SERVICES,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)179
TABLE 121EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY PROFESSIONAL SERVICES,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)180
TABLE 122EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SYSTEM,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)180
TABLE 123EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SYSTEM,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)180
TABLE 124EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY APPLICATION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)181
TABLE 125EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)181
TABLE 126EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY END-USER,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)181
TABLE 127EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY END-USER,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)182
TABLE 128EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COUNTRY,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)182
TABLE 129EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COUNTRY,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)182
11.3.3UNITED KINGDOM183
11.3.3.1Rising government regulations and need to ensure safety measures across the ports and sea183
TABLE 130UNITED KINGDOM: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)183
TABLE 131UNITED KINGDOM: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)183
11.3.4GERMANY184
11.3.4.1Increasing government initiatives and support for sustainable maritime transport to boost the growth of the maritime safety market in Germany184
TABLE 132GERMANY: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)184
TABLE 133GERMANY: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)184
11.3.5FRANCE185
11.3.5.1France has developed a national strategy for the safety of the maritime sector, leading to the growth of maritime safety systems185
TABLE 134FRANCE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)185
TABLE 135FRANCE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)185
11.3.6REST OF EUROPE186
TABLE 136REST OF EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)186
TABLE 137REST OF EUROPE: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)186
11.4ASIA PACIFIC186
11.4.1ASIA PACIFIC: COVID-19 IMPACT187
11.4.2ASIA PACIFIC: REGULATIONS188
11.4.2.1Personal Data Protection Act188
11.4.2.2Act on the Protection of Personal Information (APPI)188
11.4.2.3International Organization for Standardization 27001188
FIGURE 49ASIA PACIFIC: MARKET SNAPSHOT189
TABLE 138ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)189
TABLE 139ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)190
TABLE 140ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SECURITY TYPE,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)190
TABLE 141ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SECURITY TYPE,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)190
TABLE 142ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SERVICES,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)191
TABLE 143ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SERVICES,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)191
TABLE 144ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, 2016–2020 (USD MILLION)191
TABLE 145ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, 2021–2026 (USD MILLION)191
TABLE 146ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SYSTEM,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)192
TABLE 147ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY SYSTEM,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)192
TABLE 148ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY APPLICATION,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)192
TABLE 149ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY APPLICATION,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)193
TABLE 150ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY END-USER,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)193
TABLE 151ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY END-USER,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)193
TABLE 152ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COUNTRY,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)194
TABLE 153ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COUNTRY,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)194
11.4.3INDIA194
11.4.3.1Marine transport and shipping companies steadily strengthening their partnerships with security service providers to deploy maritime safety solutions194
TABLE 154INDIA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)195
TABLE 155INDIA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)195
11.4.4JAPAN195
11.4.4.1Huge dependency on the sea and the rising need to prevent accidents across the sea195
TABLE 156JAPAN: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)195
TABLE 157JAPAN: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)196
11.4.5CHINA196
11.4.5.1Growing concern of China's maritime safety authorities about tracking and monitoring submersibles, nuclear vessels, and ships carrying radioactive materials196
TABLE 158CHINA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)196
TABLE 159CHINA: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)196
11.4.6REST OF ASIA PACIFIC197
TABLE 160REST OF ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2016–2020 (USD MILLION)197
TABLE 161REST OF ASIA PACIFIC: MARITIME SAFETY MARKET, BY COMPONENT,
2021–2026 (USD MILLION)197

Report Title: Maritime Safety System Market by Component (Solutions & Services), Security Type (Coastal Surveillance, Crew Security), Application (Counter Piracy, Safety of Ships), System (AIS, GMDSS, LRIT System ), End-User and Region - Global Forecast to 2026


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