Emerging Technologies for Defense

Technologies That Will Transform The Face of Security

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Emerging Technologies for defense are those that have the capability to make existing systems obsolete or disrupt the balance of power between players on the international stage. Most technologies that will impact the future of defense arise from non-defense sources such as commercial R&D activity, scientific and technological innovation from non-military sectors such as research labs, universities, and small organizations globally.
In the area of innovation, defense companies will have to develop the capacity to recognize key technological innovations outside the defense space, and find ways to exploit these opportunities through advantageous partnerships. This report outlines the emerging technologies most likely to disrupt the defense sector , and include artificial intelligence, small data, metamaterials, nanocoatings, biosensors, wearable devices, robotic exoskeletons, visible light communications, fuel cells and microgrids.

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1.0 Executive summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Key Findings1.2 Key Findings (continued)1.2 Key Findings (continued)2.0 Metamaterials2.1 R&D Focus on Advanced Communication Networks With US Dominant in Research Activities2.2 Increasing Government Funding Globally Drives Research and Developmental Efforts2.3 Academia is Very Active in Developmental Efforts with Rising Presence of Start-Ups and Other Companies2.4 Current Focus is on Product Development and Cost Reduction:Most Disruptive Devices to be Commercialized in the Long Term3.0 Nanocoatings3.1 Anti-Corrosion and Protective Nanocoatings Have the Highest Adoption Potential3.2 The US and EU Lead in Patent Filing, while US and China Lead in Government Funding Initiatives3.3 Most of the Companies Focusing on Technologies with High Market Impact such as Anti-corrosion or Superhydrophobic Nanocoatings3.4 Future Trends is Focused on Development and Adoption of Disruptive Technologies and Products Such as Smart Body Armors4.0 Artificial Intelligence4.1 How Will Artificial Intelligence Impact the Defense Sector?4.2 Applications in the Defense and Security Sector4.3 Vendors in the Defense Industry4.4 China Will be the New Preferred Destination for Investments in AI for Defense Applications 4.5 Military Industry Collaboration in AI Through Legislative Framework will be Instrumental in Building National Defense Capabilities5.0 Small Data5.1 How Will Small Data Impact the Defense sector?5.2 Applications in the Defense Industry5.3 Vendors in the Defense Industry5.4 Information Sharing across Borders is a Key Driver for Small Data Adoption around the World5.5 Actionable Insights from Small Data Will be Crucial to Fight Future Wars6.0 Biosensors6.1 Growing Interest In Sectors Such As Healthcare, Defense Attracts Interest 6.2 Advancements in Wearables and Nanotechnology Encourage Development of Biosensors6.3 Potential Applications in Warfare and Critical Missions6.4 Potential Applications in Explosive Detection and Disease Diagnosis 6.5 Patent Themes include Applications, Manufacturing, and Technology6.6 Key Funding Initiatives Focussing on Performance Enhancement and New Applications6.7 Biosensor Industry Initiatives in Military and Defense Sectors6.8 Adoption Roadmap – Growth Opportunity Forecast 6.9 Companies and their Key Innovations7.0 Robotic Exoskeleton 7.1 Capabilities of Robotic Exoskeletons7.2 Trends Driving Growth of the Robotic Exoskeleton Market7.3 Technology Benefits7.4 Key Trending Applications7.5 Increased Focus in Developing Light Weight Materials7.6 Growth in Investment Geared towards Expanding Applications7.7 Implementation Case7.8 The Future of Robotic Exoskeletons 7.9 Companies to Watch8.0 Wearables8.1 Disruptive Potential 8.2 IoT, Connected Soldiers, and Soldier-worn Systems Drive Advancements in Wearables8.3 Technology Benefits8.4 Key Trending Applications8.5 US Leads Patent Publication by 61%; Encouraging Development of Prototypes is Prime Focus of Research and Funding8.6 Funding Focuses in Propelling Technology Adoption8.7 Industry Initiatives Encouraging Development of Wearables in Military and Defense8.8 Future of Wearables in Military and Defense8.9 Companies Expected to Impact the Wearables Market in the Near Term9.0 Visible Light Communication9.1 Technology Capability9.2 Trends Driving Advancements In VLC9.3 High Data Speed, Data Security, and Reduced Power Consumption Drive Advancements in VLC9.4 Key Trending Applications9.5 China Leads Patent Publication in VLC9.6 Encouraging Prototyping is the Key Focus of Research and Funding9.7 Future Prospects and Growth Opportunities9.8 Companies Expected to Impact the VLC Market in the Near Term10.0 Fuel Cells10.1 Next-generation Soldiers Require Safe, Yet High-capacity Portable Power10.2 Infantry Soldiers and Autonomous System Impacted the Most by Fuel Cells10.3 The United States is the Major Adopter of Fuel Cells 10.4 Funding of Fuel Cells is Dominated by Governments10.5 Advancements of Fuel Cells are in Cost, Fuel, and Size10.6 Key Questions for Strategy Planning11.0 Microgrids11.1 Economic Impact of Power Outages is a Major Driver for Microgrid Adoption11.2 Residential buildings in Defense Bases can be Powered by Microgrids11.3 The US is Expected to Play a Significant Role in Developing Solutions11.4 Government Projects and Funding are Supported by Private Stakeholder Solutions and Participation11.5 Advancements in Microgrid Solutions and Technologies Adopted 11.6 Key Questions for Strategy PlanningLegal Disclaimer




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