LONDON, July 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
The global market for law enforcement robots was worth USD 1 billion as of 2015, and it is poised to amount to USD 5.7 billion by 2022-end. The sector is gaining rapid traction as all law-enforcement authorities face the challenge of dealing with terrorist attacks. With economies of scale and the matured technology, price points decrease swiftly and affordability keeps on boosting considerable market growth. The firms that have gained significant market share since early market development are expected to retain a strong foothold in the marketplace.
With the rise of global terrorism, experienced via the media world in the majority of cities and local communities, the threat of local terror is becoming more evident and sadly more widespread. The robots offer a level of protection to people by allowing the police officials to perform some of their work remotely. Law enforcement robots are advancing in the situation of globalisation and smartphone devices that offer connectedness in any aspect of things and people from pole to pole. This global facet of the law enforcement robots signifies that the devices have a presence anywhere in the world.
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SOURCE The Market Publishers, Ltd