Global Military Training and Simulation Market, Forecast to 2027

Global Military Training and Simulation Market, Forecast to 2027

Adopting New Technologies and Business Models to Deliver Innovative Training Solutions in an Increasingly Competitive Market

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05-Jul-2019
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Global
Research Code: ME42-01-00-00-00
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The global military training and simulation (T&S) market is witnessing a growing shift away from traditional live methodologies towards a more blended environment, with T&S contracts becoming imbedded within platform procurement (aircraft and vehicle) contracts. Several Western countries have already started implementing live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) visions in T&S, facilitating the evolution of training environments through multiphased projects involving multiple defence and commercial industry participants. Although live training will still be predominantly used by Armed Forces globally, the adoption of virtual and constructive simulation is expected to increase during the forecast period. There will also be a growing emphasis on blended synthetic architectures through LVC solutions and an increasing demand for LVC networked architectures that are interoperable with existing systems. However, integration of legacy systems with these new architectures will come with certain challenges.

High operational tempos and stretched defence budgets have resulted in the need for new business models for cost reduction. The Training as a Service (TaaS) model will increasingly become prevalent, especially in the air domain where the delta between military and civil aircraft is small. This will usher in greater market opportunities for new entrants that can leverage these novel business models rather than traditional T&S offerings.

Commercially developed technologies are increasingly becoming relevant for T&S in the defence industry and displacing traditional T&S technology leaders. Particularly, developments in the video gaming industry are paving the way for technologies that allow for greater levels of visual fidelity in T&S systems (such as Bohemia Interactive Simulations’ Virtual Battlespace 3). The proliferation of commercial off-the-shelf technologies (COTS) will further increase market competition. Technologies such as augmented reality and virtual reality will play a greater role in the T&S market as they mature. As T&S solutions become more mobile to meet the demands of global force deployments, the role of material science and technologies in different industries will become increasingly important. These will facilitate a decrease in the size, weight, and power requirements of T&S systems. Traditional T&S companies will need to adapt to and integrate these COTS technologies in order to stay relevant in this evolving market environment.

This study delves into the key trends in the T&S market, identifies the drivers and constraints, and sheds light on the competitive landscape and evolving market share of major participants. Based on a thorough analysis, it seeks to generate a forecast for the global market, identifying future opportunities for T&S systems across the land, maritime, and air domains.

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Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Market Engineering Measurements

CEO’s Perspective

Research Scope

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Methodology and T&S Market Definitions

Training and Simulation Solutions

Training and Simulation—Market Segmentation

Market Segmentation—Percent Revenue by Segment

General Trends in Training and Simulation

General Trends in Training and Simulation (continued)

General Trends in Training and Simulation (continued)

General Trends in Training and Simulation (continued)

General Trends in Training and Simulation (continued)

General Trends in Training and Simulation (continued)

General Trends in Training and Simulation (continued)

Military Training and Simulation—Drivers and Restraints

Market Drivers Summary

Training and Simulation—Market Drivers

Training and Simulation—Market Drivers (continued)

Training and Simulation—Market Drivers (continued)

Training and Simulation—Market Drivers (continued)

Market Restraints Summary

Training and Simulation—Market Restraints

Training and Simulation—Market Restraints (continued)

Training and Simulation—Market Restraints (continued)

Market Engineering Measurements

Forecast Assumptions

Training and Simulation—Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Region

Revenue Forecast by Region

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Training and Simulation—Regional Trends

Training and Simulation—Competitive Environment

Competitive Landscape—An Overview

Land Training and Simulation—Competitive Overview

Air Training and Simulation—Competitive Overview

Maritime Training and Simulation—Competitive Overview

Competitive Market Share in 2018

Market Share Forecast Evolution

Competitive Environment

Growth Opportunity 1—LVC Network Architecture

Growth Opportunity 2—Virtual T&S

Growth Opportunity 3—Operationally Managed Contracts

Strategic Imperatives for Growth in the T&S Ecosystem

Land Segment—Key Findings

Market Engineering Measurements

Land Training and Simulation—Conceptual Trends

Land Training and Simulation

Land Training and Simulation—Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast by Region

Land Training and Simulation—Opportunities and Drivers

Land Training and Simulation—Challenges

Maritime Segment—Key Findings

Market Engineering Measurements

Maritime Training and Simulation—Conceptual Trends

Maritime Training and Simulation

Maritime Training and Simulation—Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast by Region

Maritime Training and Simulation—Opportunities and Drivers

Maritime Training and Simulation—Challenges

Air Segment—Key Findings

Market Engineering Measurements

Air Training and Simulation—Conceptual Trends

Air Training and Simulation

Air Training and Simulation—Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast by Region

Air Training and Simulation—Opportunities and Drivers

Air Training and Simulation—Challenges

Africa—Trends, Drivers, and Constraints

Africa—Country Hot Spots

Africa Forecast

Market Share

Competitive Environment

Asia-Pacific—Trends, Growth, and Challenges

Asia-Pacific—Country Hot Spots

Asia-Pacific Forecast

Market Share

Competitive Environment

South America—Trends, Growth, and Challenges

South America—Country Hot Spots

South America Forecast

Market Share

Competitive Environment

Central and South Asia—Trends, Growth, and Challenges

Central and South Asia—Country Hot Spots

Central and South Asia Forecast

Market Share

Competitive Environment

Europe—Trends, Growth, and Challenges

Europe—Country Hot Spots

Europe Forecast

Market Share

Competitive Environment

Middle East—Trends, Growth, and Challenges

Middle East—Country Hot Spots

Middle East Forecast

Market Share

Competitive Environment

North America—Trends, Growth, and Challenges

North America—Country Hot Spots

North America Forecast

Market Share

Competitive Environment

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Market Engineering Methodology

Additional Sources of Information

List of Companies in “Others”

List of Companies in “Others” (continued)

List of Companies in “Others” (continued)

Learn More—Next Steps

Acronyms

Acronyms (continued)

Acronyms (continued)

Acronyms (continued)

List of Exhibits

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The global military training and simulation (T&S) market is witnessing a growing shift away from traditional live methodologies towards a more blended environment, with T&S contracts becoming imbedded within platform procurement (aircraft and vehicle) contracts. Several Western countries have already started implementing live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) visions in T&S, facilitating the evolution of training environments through multiphased projects involving multiple defence and commercial industry participants. Although live training will still be predominantly used by Armed Forces globally, the adoption of virtual and constructive simulation is expected to increase during the forecast period. There will also be a growing emphasis on blended synthetic architectures through LVC solutions and an increasing demand for LVC networked architectures that are interoperable with existing systems. However, integration of legacy systems with these new architectures will come with certain challenges. High operational tempos and stretched defence budgets have resulted in the need for new business models for cost reduction. The Training as a Service (TaaS) model will increasingly become prevalent, especially in the air domain where the delta between military and civil aircraft is small. This will usher in greater market opportunities for new entrants that can leverage these novel business models rather than traditional T&S offerings. Commercially developed technologies are increasingly becoming relevant for T&S in the defence industry and displacing traditional T&S technology leaders. Particularly, developments in the video gaming industry are paving the way for technologies that allow for greater levels of visual fidelity in T&S systems (such as Bohemia Interactive Simulations’ Virtual Battlespace 3). The proliferation of commercial off-the-shelf technologies (COTS) will further increase market competition. Technologies such as augmented reality and virtual reality will play a greater role in the T&S market as they mature. As T&S solutions become more mobile to meet the demands of global force deployments, the role of material science and technologies in different industries will become increasingly important. These will facilitate a decrease in the size, weight, and power requirements of T&S systems. Traditional T&S companies will need to adapt to and integrate these COTS technologies in order to stay relevant in this evolving market environment. This study delves into the key trends in the T&S market, identifies the drivers and constraints, and sheds light on the competitive landscape and evolving market share of major participants. Based on a thorough analysis, it seeks to generate a forecast for the global market, identifying future opportunities for T&S systems across the land, maritime, and air domains.
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Author Alexander Clark
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number ME42-01-00-00-00
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GPS Codes 9000-A1