Global Defense Training & Simulation Growth Opportunities

Global Defense Training & Simulation Growth Opportunities

New Product Development Through Disruptive Technologies will Come from Commercial Companies as They Increasingly Enter the Market

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28-Sep-2021
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Research Code: MG36-01-00-00-00
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The training and simulation market will continue to grow and evolve as governments move away from a reliance on live training towards greater adoption of virtual and constructive systems. The training and simulation market has been resilient in the face of the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. While the need for social distancing led to a decline in the demand for live training sessions, it also led to an increase in the adoption of virtual solutions. The training and simulation market continues to be an enthusiastic adopter of commercial off-the-shelf technologies as the commercial industry has developed technologies faster and at more affordable costs than the defense industry. This has led to the entry of several non-traditional companies into this market. Microsoft, for instance, is providing Hololens, a virtual reality headset system, for the United States Army’s training needs. There is also a greater adoption of commercial gaming technologies in military training sessions.

The base year for this report is 2020, and the forecast period is from 2021 to 2029. The report explores the changing trends in the defense training and simulation market as affected by the changing geopolitical landscape, economic turbulence, and developments in military doctrine. The report covers these changes at a macro global level. Specific regional and country changes are not reflected. A key component of the report is the investigation of technological developments (like cross reality, haptic feedback, and commercial game engine technologies) that will have an impact on the training and simulation market and affect future capabilities.

Future expectations covered in the report include the prioritization of rapid prototyping and development cycles with upgrades through software packages to reduce the overhead costs of upgrading physical training systems. Another trend observed is the gradual adoption of live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) blended architectures and strategies, with a strong focus on the upgrade and integration of legacy training systems. The United States will continue to be the main innovator in the adoption and direction of new training doctrines, with other NATO countries and allies following suit. With global tensions on high and the nature of warfare shifting towards a hybrid model, training and simulation requirements are also shifting, with a reprioritization of capability development. This can lead to a greater focus on cyber and electromagnetic activities (CEMA) as Western countries fall behind the capabilities of Russia and China that are both very active in the CEMA domain. This will require training and simulation systems to include these capabilities in order to keep pace with developments within military organizations.

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Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Training and Simulation Market

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Market Overview

Trends Impacting Demand

Trends Impacting Demand (continued)

Restraints Impacting Demand

Research Scope

Segmentation

Research Objectives and Questions

Geopolitical Analysis

Global Conflict Threat Map—Overview

Global Conflict Threat Analysis

Global Conflict Threat Analysis (continued)

General Trends in the Training & Simulation Market

General Trends in the Training & Simulation Market (continued)

General Trends in the Training & Simulation Market (continued)

General Trends in the Training & Simulation Market (continued)

COVID-19 Impact on Defense

COVID-19 Impact on Defense Spending

Current and Future Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Defense Training

Post-COVID-19 Simulation in Defense Training Opportunities

Growth Drivers for Training & Simulation Market

Growth Driver Analysis for Training & Simulation Market

Growth Driver Analysis for Training & Simulation Market (continued)

Growth Restraints for Training & Simulation Market

Growth Restraint Analysis for Training & Simulation Market

Growth Restraint Analysis for Training & Simulation Market (continued)

Growth Restraint Analysis for Training & Simulation Market (continued)

Evolving Training & Simulation Concepts

Current Training & Simulation Concepts

Current Training & Simulation Concepts (continued)

Future Concepts of Training & Simulation

Future Concepts of Training & Simulation (continued)

Future Concepts of Training & Simulation (continued)

Training & Simulation Concepts Summary

Technology Analysis

Technology Analysis (continued)

Technology Analysis (continued)

Technology Analysis (continued)

Technology Analysis (continued)

Technology Analysis (continued)

Technology Analysis (continued)

State of Digitalization—Objectives

Strategic Conclusions—Global

Growth Opportunity 1: Early Involvement in LVC Strategies

Growth Opportunity 1: Early Involvement in LVC Strategies (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: The Use of Non-traditional COTS

Growth Opportunity 2: The Use of Non-traditional COTS (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Adaption of Commercial Game Engines

Growth Opportunity 3: Adaption of Commercial Game Engines (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Virtual and Augmented Reality Applications

Growth Opportunity 4: Virtual and Augmented Reality Applications (continued)

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

List of Exhibits

Legal Disclaimer

Additional Sources of Information on Naval C2

Abbreviations

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The training and simulation market will continue to grow and evolve as governments move away from a reliance on live training towards greater adoption of virtual and constructive systems. The training and simulation market has been resilient in the face of the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. While the need for social distancing led to a decline in the demand for live training sessions, it also led to an increase in the adoption of virtual solutions. The training and simulation market continues to be an enthusiastic adopter of commercial off-the-shelf technologies as the commercial industry has developed technologies faster and at more affordable costs than the defense industry. This has led to the entry of several non-traditional companies into this market. Microsoft, for instance, is providing Hololens, a virtual reality headset system, for the United States Armys training needs. There is also a greater adoption of commercial gaming technologies in military training sessions. The base year for this report is 2020, and the forecast period is from 2021 to 2029. The report explores the changing trends in the defense training and simulation market as affected by the changing geopolitical landscape, economic turbulence, and developments in military doctrine. The report covers these changes at a macro global level. Specific regional and country changes are not reflected. A key component of the report is the investigation of technological developments (like cross reality, haptic feedback, and commercial game engine technologies) that will have an impact on the training and simulation market and affect future capabilities. Future expectations covered in the report include the prioritization of rapid prototyping and development cycles with upgrades through software packages to reduce the overhead costs of upgrading physical training systems. Another trend observed is the gradual adoption of live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) blended architectures and strategies, with a strong focus on the upgrade and integration of legacy training systems. The United States will continue to be the main innovator in the adoption and direction of new training doctrines, with other NATO countries and allies following suit. With global tensions on high and the nature of warfare shifting towards a hybrid model, training and simulation requirements are also shifting, with a reprioritization of capability development. This can lead to a greater focus on cyber and electromagnetic activities (CEMA) as Western countries fall behind the capabilities of Russia and China that are both very active in the CEMA domain. This will require training and simulation systems to include these capabilities in order to keep pace with developments within military organizations.
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Author Alexander Clark
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number MG36-01-00-00-00
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GPS Codes 9000-A1