Indonesia Defense Transformation Driving Indigenous Industry Growth

Indonesia Defense Transformation Driving Indigenous Industry Growth

Capability Enhancements Enabled by Disruptive Technologies Create New Growth Opportunities

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22-Jan-2021
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: PB8F-01-00-00-00
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Regional geopolitics, increasing tension in the South China Sea, internal conflicts, and the impact of COVID-19 continue to shape Indonesia's defense landscape. The country seeks to upgrade and improve its indigenous industry and capability, especially in maritime and air defense, in line with the government's goal of a Minimum Essential Force by 2024. The objective is being realized with significant budget allocations to defense, despite the pandemic's impact on the country's spending requirements. Moving forward, Indonesia requires greater focus on disruptive technologies that provide a cost-effective means of improving capability to meet its unique operational needs. This study covers the Indonesia defense market from 2014 to 2025. Spending on R&D and acquisitions is anticipated to reach $5.32 billion by 2025 as Indonesia attempts to upgrade capability. The Army maintains the highest share of spending over the forecast period, reaching $5.71 billion by 2025. The study also projects the impact of acquisitions based on the armed forces' current operational equipment plans and details.

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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 Defense Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Defense Market Scope of Analysis

Defense Market Segmentation

Growth Environment—Defense Market

Growth Environment—Defense Market (continued)

Growth Environment—Defense Market (continued)

Macroeconomic Insights—Defense Market

Market Overview—Defense Market

Budget Trends—Defense Market

Key Local Vendors for the Defense Market

Growth Drivers for the Defense Market

Growth Drivers Analysis for the Defense Market

Growth Drivers Analysis for the Defense Market (continued)

Growth Restraints for the Defense Market

Growth Restraints Analysis for the Defense Market

Growth Restraints Analysis for the Defense Market (continued)

Budget Forecast—Defense Market

Budget Forecast Analysis—Defense Market

Expenditure Breakdown—Defense Market

Overview—Army Segment

Overview—Army Segment (continued)

Operating Equipment—Army Segment

Operating Equipment—Army Segment (continued)

Operating Equipment—Army Segment (continued)

Equipment Acquisition Forecast Analysis—Army Segment

Overview—Navy Segment

Overview—Navy Segment (continued)

Operating Equipment—Navy Segment

Operating Equipment—Navy Segment (continued)

Operating Equipment—Navy Segment (continued)

Operating Equipment—Navy Segment (continued)

Equipment Acquisition Forecast Analysis—Navy Segment

Overview—Air Force Segment

Overview—Air Force Segment (continued)

Operating Equipment—Air Force Segment

Operating Equipment—Air Force Segment (continued)

Equipment Acquisition Forecast Analysis—Air Force Segment

Imports by Country—Defense Market

Imports by Weapons System—Defense Market

Growth Opportunity 1: Partnership to Meet Indigenous Industry Goal

Growth Opportunity 1: Partnership to Meet Indigenous Industry Goal (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Autonomous Capabilities for Cost Efficacy and Tactical Advantage

Growth Opportunity 2: Autonomous Capabilities for Cost Efficacy and Tactical Advantage (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: VR/AR to Provide Cost-Effective Training

Growth Opportunity 3: VR/AR to Provide Cost-Effective Training (continued)

Strategic Imperatives—Defense Market

3 Big Predictions—Defense Market

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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Regional geopolitics, increasing tension in the South China Sea, internal conflicts, and the impact of COVID-19 continue to shape Indonesia's defense landscape. The country seeks to upgrade and improve its indigenous industry and capability, especially in maritime and air defense, in line with the government's goal of a Minimum Essential Force by 2024. The objective is being realized with significant budget allocations to defense, despite the pandemic's impact on the country's spending requirements. Moving forward, Indonesia requires greater focus on disruptive technologies that provide a cost-effective means of improving capability to meet its unique operational needs. This study covers the Indonesia defense market from 2014 to 2025. Spending on R&D and acquisitions is anticipated to reach $5.32 billion by 2025 as Indonesia attempts to upgrade capability. The Army maintains the highest share of spending over the forecast period, reaching $5.71 billion by 2025. The study also projects the impact of acquisitions based on the armed forces' current operational equipment plans and details.
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Author Georgia Edell
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number PB8F-01-00-00-00
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