Global Defense Industrial and Technology Base (DITB) Trends Outlook, 2019–2024

Global Defense Industrial and Technology Base (DITB) Trends Outlook, 2019–2024

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This study is an in-depth analysis of the the global defense industrial and technology base, its drivers, trends, and outlook.

To provide for a country’s national security, its industrial base must be secure, robust, and resilient. The defense technology industrial base (DTIB) must be cost effective, cost efficient, and highly productive to ensure that the most value is obtained from governments’ available defense budgets. There has been a gradual increase in defense spending following the past decades of decline, spurred by geopolitical instability and the emergence of new technologies. Countries are implementing new policies to spur the development of local DTIBs. International competition is expected to put further market pressure on global DTIB as new participants enter the market. Many nations have begun implementing comprehensive policies to support their own domestic industries and rely less on imported defense procurement.

What makes Frost & Sullivan’s research service unique?
These provide diverse research services focused on existing and evolving markets across the aerospace, defense, and security (ADS) markets and cover them at global and regional levels. The specialist studies are focused on specific products or market segments that provide deep-dive opportunities for strategists and investors who wish to learn about the future state of any ADS market or product in terms of addressable markets, opportunities, and future disruptions.


Research Benefits

This study will benefit those who are interested in learning about the changing landscape of the global DTIB. It identifies emerging trends that will have an impact on DTIB and identifies areas of opportunities in the land, air, and naval security segments along with the technology adoption that will potentially add value in terms of helping the security objectives. All security industry participants and the rest of the industry verticals will benefit from this study, as this is a growth insight study that investigates the potential impact of future technologies on the market, and how they will evolve during the forecast period. Technology companies that are looking for new avenues to add capabilities to their portfolio will also benefit from this study.

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are the trends in the global defense technological industrial base?
  • How will the DTIB in Europe and US evolve through M&As in the next five years?
  • What challenges will global exports and future exporters face in the next five years?
  • What will be the triggers for growth within the industrial base in the next five years?

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Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Key Findings (continued)

Key Findings (continued)

Key Findings (continued)

CEO’s Perspective

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Diversification

Diversification (continued)

State Ownership Versus Privatization

State Ownership Versus Privatization (continued)

State Ownership Versus Privatization (continued)

Rise of Competing DTIBs

Rise of Competing DTIBs (continued)

Mergers and Acquisitions

Growth of Services Companies

Growth of Services Companies (continued)

Tier Definitions

Europe DTIB Structure and Capability

North America DTIB Structure and Capability

Central and South Asia DTIB Structure and Capability

Asia-Pacific DTIB Structure and Capability

The Middle East DTIB Structure and Capability

Global DTIB Trend Comparison

Trend Comparison

Europe—Overview

Europe—Overview (continued)

Europe—Market Dynamics

Europe—Market Dynamics (continued)

Airbus Defence and Space

Leonardo

Thales

Naval Group

Rheinmetall AG

Saab AB

KNDS

Fincantieri

Fincantieri (continued)

Safran

Hensoldt

Hensoldt (continued)

North America—Overview

North America—Overview (continued)

North America—Market Dynamics

North America—Market Dynamics (continued)

Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin (continued)

Boeing

Boeing (continued)

Northrop Grumman

Northrop Grumman (continued)

Raytheon

Raytheon (continued)

General Dynamics

General Dynamics (continued)

L3 Harris

United Technologies

Honeywell 

Indian—Defence Capabilities, Exports and Key Defence Companies

Indian DTIB

Indian DTIB (continued)

Japan—Defence Capabilities, Exports and Key Defence Companies

Japanese DTIB

Republic of Korea—Defence Capabilities, Exports and Key Defence Companies

South Korean DTIB

Turkey—Defence Capabilities, Exports and Key Defence Companies

Turkish DTIB

Turkish DTIB (continued)

Israeli—Defence Capabilities, Exports and Key Defence Companies

Israeli DTIB

Israeli DTIB (continued)

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia (continued)

Saudi Arabia (continued)

United Arab Emirates

United Arab Emirates (continued)

United Arab Emirates (continued)

Impact of China

Impact of China (continued)

Impact of China (continued)

Defence Export Challenges

Growth Opportunity 1—New Programs

Growth Opportunity 2—Services Sector

Growth Opportunity 3—Diversification

Strategic Imperatives for Success

Legal Disclaimer

Regional Capability

Regional Capability (continued)

Regional Capability (continued)

References

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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This study is an in-depth analysis of the the global defense industrial and technology base, its drivers, trends, and outlook. To provide for a country’s national security, its industrial base must be secure, robust, and resilient. The defense technology industrial base (DTIB) must be cost effective, cost efficient, and highly productive to ensure that the most value is obtained from governments’ available defense budgets. There has been a gradual increase in defense spending following the past decades of decline, spurred by geopolitical instability and the emergence of new technologies. Countries are implementing new policies to spur the development of local DTIBs. International competition is expected to put further market pressure on global DTIB as new participants enter the market. Many nations have begun implementing comprehensive policies to support their own domestic industries and rely less on imported defense procurement. What makes Frost & Sullivan’s research service unique? These provide diverse research services focused on existing and evolving markets across the aerospace, defense, and security (ADS) markets and cover them at global and regional levels. The specialist studies are focused on specific products or market segments that provide deep-dive opportunities for strategists and investors who wish to learn about the future state of any ADS market or product in terms of addressable markets, opportunities, and future disruptions.--BEGIN PROMO--

Research Benefits

This study will benefit those who are interested in learning about the changing landscape of the global DTIB. It identifies emerging trends that will have an impact on DTIB and identifies areas of opportunities in the land, air, and naval security segments along with the technology adoption that will potentially add value in terms of helping the security objectives. All security industry participants and the rest of the industry verticals will benefit from this study, as this is a growth insight study that investigates the potential impact of future technologies on the market, and how they will evolve during the forecast period. Technology companies that are looking for new avenues to add capabilities to their portfolio will also benefit from this study.

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are the trends in the global defense technological industrial base?
  • How will the DTIB in Europe and US evolve through M&As in the next five years?
  • What challenges will global exports and future exporters face in the next five years?
  • What will be the triggers for growth within the industrial base in the next five years?
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Author Ryan Pinto
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number MF1F-01-00-00-00
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GPS Codes 9000-A1