European Aviation Security Market Booming By Size, Revenue And Trend In 2020 Scrutinized In New Research

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Nov 22, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
Following ISIS terror attacks in Brussels and Istanbul airports, one cannot underestimate the importance of an effective European airport security environment and its effect on the aviation security market. Attacks, which were made possible by the airport security loopholes, will need to be addressed and new modes of operations will need to be adopted.
European airport security markets are going through major shifts. Markets once dominated by the U.S. are now moving to Europe and other regions’ airports.

New and maturing airport security services and technologies such as automated border control kiosks, cargo screening, cybersecurity, airport perimeter security systems and advanced ICT technologies, create new market niches and fresh business opportunities. 
The European aviation security market is forecasted to make a robust comeback, generating a 2016-2022 CAGR of 8.8%.

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KULR Technology Provides Battery Safety Research and Testing Devices to Federal Aviation Administration

KULR’s internal short circuit technology to be used in evaluating problems leading to passenger lithium-ion battery malfunctions that can cause smoke and fire incidents aboard aircrafts

SAN DIEGO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / October 22, 2020 / KULR Technology Group, Inc. (OTCQB:KULR) (the “Company” or “KULR”), a leading developer of next-generation thermal management technologies, announces it has supplied its internal short circuit ( ISC ) battery safety and testing device technology to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

According to data released by the FAA, since January 2017, an air/airport incident involving lithium batteries (smoke, fire, extreme heat, or explosion) has occurred on average about once every eight days. As the exclusive provider of ISC technology to the FAA, KULR’s devices will address the alarming increase in smoke and fire incidents aboard an aircraft due to passengers’ malfunctioning lithium-ion batteries.

Developed by researchers at NASA and the National Renewable Energy

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