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米国のCBRN/HAZMAT汚染除去技術と市場:2011〜2016年

U.S. CBRN & HAZMAT Incidents Decontamination Technologies & Markets 2011-2016

発行 Homeland Security Research Corp. 商品コード 136444
出版日 ページ情報 英文 170 Pages; 61 Tables & Figures
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米国のCBRN/HAZMAT汚染除去技術と市場:2011〜2016年 U.S. CBRN & HAZMAT Incidents Decontamination Technologies & Markets 2011-2016
出版日: 2010年11月01日 ページ情報: 英文 170 Pages; 61 Tables & Figures

当商品の販売は、2016年07月01日を持ちまして終了しました。

概要

CBRN(化学、生物、放射性物質、核)およびHAZMAT(危険有害物質)を利用したテロ攻撃の脅威が認識され、原油流出事故などによる環境汚染への関心も高まるなか、米国の汚染除去技術市場は今後急成長を遂げると見られています。

当レポートは、汚染除去業界の現状を包括的に分析するとともに、個々の市場を詳細に分析したもので、2014年までの予測と分析に加え、新たなビジネスチャンスや各種汚染除去技術、主要企業のプロファイルなども紹介し、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 調査範囲

第3章 調査方法

第4章 成長促進要因

第5章 成長阻害要因

第6章 競合分析

第7章 SWOT分析

第8章 市場の動き

第9章 オバマ政権のCBRNテロ対応戦略

第10章 汚染除去:技術的な要件

  • 課題
  • 汚染除去プロセス
  • 建物と人の汚染除去
  • 能力面の課題
  • 技術の概要
  • 物理的汚染除去の重要技術
  • 化学的汚染除去の重要技術
  • 生物学的汚染除去の重要技術
  • 汚染除去システムの構成
  • 屋内での大型機器汚染除去
  • 新技術の普及促進要因と阻害要因

第11章 汚染除去機器市場の展望:2011〜2016年

  • 調査範囲、前提条件、概要
  • 米国での汚染除去機器販売とサービス
  • 汚染除去機器市場の予測
  • 汚染除去機器のサービスおよびアップグレード市場

第12章 ビジネスチャンス:2011〜2016年

  • 歴史的な視点:変化に備える市場
  • 汚染除去システムのビジネスチャンス
  • 放射能除染技術のビジネスチャンス
  • 化学/生物学的汚染除去技術のビジネスチャンス
  • 汚染シミュレーションアルゴリズムのビジネスチャンス

第13章 ベンダーと製品

  • 汚染除去システム:ベンダーと製品

第14章 機器調達のガイドライン

  • 機器選定の要因
  • 機器の評価

第15章 付録A:CBRNテロ

  • 生物テロ
  • 核/放射能テロ
  • 化学テロ

第16章 付録B:汚染除去の法的な問題

  • 国際法/協定
  • 米国内法

第17章 付録C:参考文献

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目次

HSRC' s newest report is the most comprehensive review of the industry available today. With 171 pages, 74 tables and figures, the report covers 15 sub-markets. It offers for each sub-market: 2009-2010 data, funding and market size, as well as 2011-2014 forecasts and analysis. The report reveals more than twenty new business opportunities, created by, on the one hand, the increasing recognition of the threat presented by CBRN terrorism, and, on the other hand, a growing environmental consciousness that is impacting public and political attitudes. Meeting both of these challenges has sparked a host of new, pipeline technologies and opportunities that have the decontamination market poised for considerable growth. New governmental legislation following the 2010 BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill, and DHS/DOD funding post CBRN attack decontamination equipment and reagents stockpiling are only two of the many factors driving this market growth. Over the next six years: the market is forecasted to grow* from $0.9 billion in 2010 to $1.5 billion by 2016.

*Excluding future “one time event” market surges following a catastrophic event like the 2010 BP oil spill

The report analyses and projects the 2011-2016 market and technologies from several perspectives, including:

  • Market and technology forecast by modality: (e.g., people decontamination systems, facility decontamination systems, indoor and outdoor decontamination systems, equipment decontamination systems)
  • Government-sponsored R&D
  • 71 vendors and their products
  • Equipment & reagent sales and post warranty Service & Upgrade business

In addition, the report:

  • Analyzes the market drivers and inhibitors
  • Provides a competitive analysis and SWOT analysis
  • Outlines the current and pipeline technologies
  • Details new business opportunities and challenges

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

  • 1.1. Main Findings
  • 1.2. Main Conclusions
  • 1.3. CBRN Terrorism
  • 1.4. Post Event CBRN & HAZMAT Decontaminating Process
  • 1.5. The Decontamination Industry
  • 1.6. Decontamination Market - 2011-2016
  • 1.7. Technological Challenges

2. Scope

3. Methodology

  • 3.1. Research Methods
  • 3.2. Report Structure
  • 3.3. Basic Assumptions
    • 3.3.1. General
    • 3.3.2. Stockpiling Decontamination Means
    • 3.3.3. Possible Scenario Analysis
  • 3.4. Who is This Report For?

4. Market Drivers

5. Market Inhibitors

6. Competitive Analysis

7 SWOT Analysis

  • 7.1. Scope
  • 7.2. Decontamination Industry SWOT Analysis

8. Market Dynamics

9. The Obama Administration CBRN Terror Mitigation Strategy

10. Decontamination: Technological Requirements

  • 10.1. The Problem
  • 10.2. The Decontamination Process
    • 10.2.1. Contaminant Identification
    • 10.2.2. Sample Characterization
    • 10.2.3. Isolation of Contaminated Area
    • 10.2.4. Design of Decontamination Strategy
    • 10.2.5. Decontamination
    • 10.2.6. Clearance Sampling
  • 10.3. Building & People Decontamination
    • 10.3.1. People Decontamination
    • 10.3.2. Buildings Decontamination
  • 10.4. Performance Challenges
    • 10.4.1. Challenge 1
    • 10.4.2. Challenge 2
    • 10.4.3. Challenge 3
    • 10.4.4. Challenge 4
    • 10.4.5. Challenge 5
    • 10.4.6. Challenge 6
    • 10.4.7. Challenge 7
  • 10.5. Technologies Overview
  • 10.6. Physics-Based Decontamination Core Technologies
    • 10.6.1. Sorbents
    • 10.6.2. Solvent-Wash
    • 10.6.3. High-Pressure Methods
    • 10.6.4. Thermal Methods
  • 10.7. Chemistry-Based Decontamination Core Technologies
    • 10.7.1. Oxidizing Agents
    • 10.7.2. Strong Bases
    • 10.7.3. Surfactants
    • 10.7.4. Microemulsions
  • 10.8. Biology-Based Technologies
    • 10.8.1. Bacterial Decontamination Agents
    • 10.8.2. Enzymatic Systems
  • 10.9. Decontamination System Configurations
    • 10.9.1. Application 1 - People Decontamination Systems
    • 10.9.2. Application 2 - Equipment Decontamination Systems
  • 10.10. Indoor Heavy Equipment Decontamination
    • 10.10.1. Application 3 - Building and Infrastructure Decontamination Systems
  • 10.11. New Technologies - Drivers
  • 10.12. New Technologies - Inhibitors

11. Decontamination Equipment Market Outlook - 2011- 2016

  • 11.1. Scope, Assumptions and Overview
  • 11.2. U.S. Incidents Decontamination Equipment Sales & Service - 2011- 2016
  • 11.3. Decontamination Equipment Market Forecast - 2011- 2016
  • 11.4. Decontamination Equipment Service & Upgrade Market - 2011- 2016

12. Business Opportunities - 2011-2016

  • 12.1. Historical Perspective: A Market Waiting for Transition
    • 12.1.1. HLS Decontamination Strategy Outlook
    • 12.1.2. Factors Affecting Decontamination Systems Business Opportunities
  • 12.2. Business Opportunities for Decontamination Systems
    • 12.2.1. Business Opportunity 1
    • 12.2.2. Business Opportunity 2
    • 12.2.3. Business Opportunity 3
    • 12.2.4. Business Opportunity 4
    • 12.2.5. Business Opportunity 5
    • 12.2.6. Business Opportunity 6
    • 12.2.7. Business Opportunity 7
  • 12.3. Radiological Decontamination Technologies
    • 12.3.1. Business Opportunity 8
    • 12.3.2. Business Opportunity 9
    • 12.3.3. Business Opportunity 10
    • 12.3.4. Business Opportunity 11
    • 12.3.5. Business Opportunity 12
  • 12.4. Chemical-Biological Decontamination Technologies and Business Opportunities
    • 12.4.1. Business Opportunity 13
    • 12.4.2. Business Opportunity 14
    • 12.4.3. Business Opportunity 15
    • 12.4.4. Business Opportunity 16
    • 12.4.5. Business Opportunity 17
    • 12.4.6. Business Opportunity 18
    • 12.4.7. Business Opportunity 19
    • 12.4.8. Business Opportunity 20
    • 12.4.9. Business Opportunity 21
  • 12.5. Contamination Simulation Algorithms
    • 12.5.1. Business Opportunity 22

13. Vendors and Products

  • 13.1. Decontamination Systems- Vendors and Products
    • 13.1.1. Allen-Vanguard Corporation
    • 13.1.2. Andax
    • 13.1.3. Base-X Inc.
    • 13.1.4. Bio Defense Corporation
    • 13.1.5. BIOQUELL, Inc.
    • 13.1.6. ClorDi Sys Solutions, Inc
    • 13.1.7. Container Products Corp.
    • 13.1.8. CRDS - TVI Corporation
    • 13.1.9. Crest Ultrasonics Corp.
    • 13.1.10. Cryogenesis
    • 13.1.11. DQE, Inc.
    • 13.1.12. DuPont Personal Protection
    • 13.1.13. Environmental Fire Solutions, Inc.
    • 13.1.14. Equipment Management Company
    • 13.1.15. Fend- All
    • 13.1.16. First Line Technology, LLC
    • 13.1.17. Flangler Emergency Services, LLC
    • 13.1.18. Foster-Miller, Inc.
    • 13.1.19. FSI North America
    • 13.1.20. GenV- Clean Earth Technologies, LLC
    • 13.1.21. Global Ground Support
    • 13.1.22. Hughes Safety Showers Ltd.
    • 13.1.23. Intelgard, Inc.
    • 13.1.24. Karcher Futuretech GmbH
    • 13.1.25. Life Safety Systems, Inc.
    • 13.1.26. Matthews Specialty Vehicles, Inc
    • 13.1.27. Mobile Air Applied Science, Inc.
    • 13.1.28. Modec, Inc
    • 13.1.29. Nor E First Response, Inc.
    • 13.1.30. OWR AG
    • 13.1.31. Precision Lift, Inc.
    • 13.1.32. Reeves EMS, LLC
    • 13.1.33. RFD Beaufort
    • 13.1.34. RMC Medical
    • 13.1.35. Survival, Inc.
    • 13.1.36. SWEDE
    • 13.1.37. TSGI USA
    • 13.1.38. TVI Corporation
    • 13.1.39. Ultimate Survival Technologies
    • 13.1.40. US Foam Technologies, Inc
    • 13.1.41. Wel-Fab Inc.
    • 13.1.42. Western Shelter Systems
    • 13.1.43. Zimek Technologies, LLC
    • 13.1.44. Zumro, Inc.
  • 13.2. Other Decontamination Equipment, Kits etc
    • 13.2.1. Aero Tec Laboroatories Inc.
    • 13.2.2. Air Systems International
    • 13.2.3. Akron Brass Co.
    • 13.2.4. Allen-Vanguard, Inc
    • 13.2.5. Applied Surface Technologies
    • 13.2.6. BCDS, Inc.
    • 13.2.7. ClorDi Sys Solutions, Inc.
    • 13.2.8. Crestline Industries
    • 13.2.9. Cryogenesis
    • 13.2.10. Cryokinetics
    • 13.2.11. DQE, Inc.
    • 13.2.12. EFT
    • 13.2.13. Equipment Management Company
    • 13.2.14. E-Z-EM, Inc.
    • 13.2.15. Fend-All
    • 13.2.16. First Line Technology, LLC
    • 13.2.17. FSI North America
    • 13.2.18. Genecor International, Inc.
    • 13.2.19. Guild Associates, Inc.
    • 13.2.20. Haws Corporation
    • 13.2.21. Hydro-Therm
    • 13.2.22. IET, Inc.
    • 13.2.23. Intelgard
    • 13.2.24. Kappler, Inc
    • 13.2.25. Karcher Futuretech
    • 13.2.26. Minuteman International, Inc.
    • 13.2.27. Miti Manufacturing Co. Inc.
    • 13.2.28. Mobile Air Applied Science, Inc.
    • 13.2.29. Modec Inc.
    • 13.2.30. MorTan Inc.
    • 13.2.31. Nano Scale
    • 13.2.32. Nor E First Response, Inc.
    • 13.2.33. NPS Corporataion
    • 13.2.34. OWR AG
    • 13.2.35. Radiation Decontamination Solutions, LLC
    • 13.2.36. RAPID Deployment Products Inc.
    • 13.2.37. Red Head Brass, LLC
    • 13.2.38. Reeves EMS
    • 13.2.39. Reliapon
    • 13.2.40. RMC Medical
    • 13.2.41. Sabre Technical Services
    • 13.2.42. Slate Enterprises, Inc.
    • 13.2.43. SteriFx, Inc
    • 13.2.44. Steris Corporation
    • 13.2.45. Swede
    • 13.2.46. TECWARR Tactical Water Purification Systems
    • 13.2.47. Tempest Technology, Inc.
    • 13.2.48. TVI Corporation

14. Guidelines for Equipment Procurement

  • 14.1. Equipment Selection Factors
  • 14.2. Equipment Evaluation
    • 14.2.1. Commercial Decontaminants
    • 14.2.2. Decontamination Delivery Systems (Liquids)
    • 14.2.3. Decontamination Delivery Systems (Gaseous)
    • 14.2.4. Decontamination Shower Systems
    • 14.2.5. Decontamination Shower Hardware
    • 14.2.6. Decontamination Kits
    • 14.2.7. Decontamination Containment Items
    • 14.2.8. Decontamination Support Equipment

15. Appendix A: CBRN Terror

  • 15.1. Biological Terror
    • 15.1.1. Bio-Weapons - Historical Perspective
    • 15.1.2. Biological Terror - Bacterial Agents
    • 15.1.3. Biological Terror - Viral Agents
    • 15.1.4. Biological Terror - Rickettsiae Agents
    • 15.1.5. Biological Terror - Toxins
  • 15.2. Nuclear-Radiological Terror
    • 15.2.1. How Real is the Nuclear Threat?
    • 15.2.2. Nuclear Terror
    • 15.2.3. Radiological Dispersal Devices (RDD)
  • 15.3. Chemical Terror
    • 15.3.1. Nerve Agents
    • 15.3.2. Blister Agents

16. Appendix B: Decontamination Legal Issues

  • 16.1. International Legislation/Agreements
    • 16.1.1. The Nuclear Weapons Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) - 1970
    • 16.1.2. The Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) - 1972
    • 16.1.3. Convention for the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material - 1987
    • 16.1.4. Chemicals Weapons Convention - 1992
  • 16.2. U.S. Legislation
    • 16.2.1. U.S. Code Title 50, Chapter 40 - Defense Against Weapons of Mass Destruction
    • 16.2.2. Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) - 1996
    • 16.2.3. Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Recovery from and Response to Terrorist Attacks on the United States - 2001
    • 16.2.4. Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act - 2002
    • 16.2.5. Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Act (PAHPA), 2006
    • 16.2.6. Homeland Security Presidential Directive 21

17. Appendix C: List of References

List of Tables

  • Table 1 - U.S. CBRN & HAZMAT Incidents Decontamination Equipment & Systems Service Market [$ Million] - 2010-2016
  • Table 2 - U.S. CBRN & HAZMAT Incidents Decontamination Equipment & Service Market [$ Million] by Modality - 2010-2016
  • Table 3 - Evolution of Decontamination Market Dynamics - 2010-2016
  • Table 4 - U.S. CBRN & HAZMAT Incidents Decontamination Equipment Sales & Service Market [$ Million] by Modality - 2010-2016
  • Table 5 - U.S. CBRN & HAZMAT Incidents Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality - 2010-2016
  • Table 6 - U.S. CBRN & HAZMAT Incidents Decontamination Equipment Market Shares [%] by Modality - 2010-2016
  • Table 7 - U.S. CBRN & HAZMAT Incidents Decontamination Equipment Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality - 2010-2016
  • Table 8 - Equipment Selection Factors and Criteria
  • Table 9 - Commercial Decontaminants Analysis
  • Table 10 - Decontamination Delivery Systems (Liquids) Analysis
  • Table 11 - Decontamination Delivery Systems (Gaseous) Analysis.
  • Table 12 - Decontamination Shower Systems Analysis
  • Table 13 - Decontamination Shower Hardware Analysis
  • Table 14 - Decontamination Kits Analysis
  • Table 15 - Decontamination Containment Items Analysis
  • Table 16 - Decontamination Support Equipment Analysis
  • Table 17 - Physical and Chemical Properties of Common Nerve Agents
  • Table 18 - Physical and Chemical Properties of Common Blister Agents

List of Figures

  • Figure 1 - CBRN Identification Roadmap
  • Figure 2 - U.S. CBRN & HAZMAT Incidents Decontamination Equipment & Systems Service Market [$ Million] - 2010-2016
  • Figure 3 - U.S. CBRN & HAZMAT Incidents Decontamination Equipment & Systems Service Market [$ Million] - 2011 & 2016
  • Figure 4 - The Bio Attack Response Timeline
  • Figure 5 - Competitive Analysis
  • Figure 6 - Decontamination Industry SWOT Analysis
  • Figure 7 - Comparison in Weight of Pathogens between BW Agents and CW Agents [mg]
  • Figure 8 - Closed Area (e.g., building) Decontamination Boundaries
  • Figure 9 - Open Area Decontamination Boundaries
  • Figure 10 - Decontamination Corridor
  • Figure 11 - Basic Decontamination Process
  • Figure 12 - A Detailed Decontamination Process
  • Figure 13 - CBRN Scene - Decontamination Diagram
  • Figure 14 - Mass CBRN Casualty Decontamination Triage Decision Tree
  • Figure 15 - The FBI CBRN & HAZMAT Response Teams Deployment Map
  • Figure 16 - The Federal Bio-Chem Capstone IPT Structure
  • Figure 17 - Decontamination Core Technologies Overview
  • Figure 18 - Skin Decontaminate Lotion, Anachemia Canada, Inc.
  • Figure 19 - Decontamination Kit, Personal No. 2, Mark 1, Richmond Packaging (U.K.) Ltd.
  • Figure 20 - Portaflex Decontamination Shower System, High Safety Showers USA
  • Figure 21 - K4-05 High Purity, Applied Surface Technologies, USE
  • Figure 22 - Decocontain 3000, Karcher, Germany
  • Figure 23 - U.S. CBRN & HAZMAT Incidents Decontamination Equipment & Service Markets by Modalities [%] - 2011 & 2016
  • Figure 24 - U.S. CBRN & HAZMAT Incidents Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality - 2010-2016
  • Figure 25 - U.S. CBRN & HAZMAT Incidents Decontamination Equipment Market by Modality Share [%] - 2010, 2013, 2016
  • Figure 26 - U.S. CBRN & HAZMAT Incidents Decontamination Equipment Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality - 2010-2016
  • Figure 27 - U.S. Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality, 2010, 2013 &2016
  • Figure 28 - Schematic of the ISOTRON System
  • Figure 29 - Categories of the Bio-threat Divides
  • Figure 30 - The Spraying of Anthrax from Aum Shinrikyo' s Headquarters June 1993
  • Figure 31 - Anthrax Spores and Disease
  • Figure 32 - Cholera Bacteria
  • Figure 33 - Pneumonic Plague - The Disease
  • Figure 34 - Tularemia - The Disease
  • Figure 35 - Smallpox Virus and Disease
  • Figure 36 - Ebola virus - Electron Microscopy Image
  • Figure 37 - VEE - Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Virus in The Olfactory Mucosa of a Mouse
  • Figure 38 - Q Fever
  • Figure 39 - Typhus Microbe - Electron Microscopy Image
  • Figure 40 - Castor Plant and Structure for the Ricin Toxin
  • Figure 41 - The Dinoflagellate Alexandrium Tamarense and Structure of Saxitoxin
  • Figure 42 - A Simulation of the Impact of the Explosion of a 500 Curie Co60 Dirty Bomb in Downtown Manhattan
  • Figure 43 - Categories of the Chemical Divides
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