U.S. Future Defense Market Opportunities

U.S. Future Defense Market Opportunities

Where can a Defense Contractor Find Growth in 2025?

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06-Mar-2013
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North America
Research Code: NBDD-01-00-00-00
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The U.S. Government is facing significant challenges to the overall budget. One of the largest areas of discretionary spending is the defense budget. As budget cuts are contemplated, tough choices will need to be made to produce an acceptable defense budget. One of the principal areas which can and should be changed is in both what is procured and in what quantities. This study looks at the envisioned future defense capabilities and identifies various market opportunities that will appear if those capabilities are fully funded. The majority of the areas identified are modifications of existing technologies focused on the revised capabilities set.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Executive Summary—Market Engineering Measurements

Executive Summary—CEO’s Perspective

Market Overview—Definitions

Market Overview—Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Market Overview—Segmentation

Drivers and Restraints

Drivers Explained

Drivers Explained (continued)

Drivers Explained (continued)

Restraints Explained

Restraints Explained (continued)

Restraints Explained (continued)

Market Engineering Measurements

The Budget Morass

The Budget Morass (continued)

Forecast Assumptions

Future Flexible Spending

Overall Future Flexible Spending Forecast Discussion

Budget Category Forecast Discussion

Probable Near-term Funding Cuts

The New Procurement Roadmap

Equipment Choices

Opportunities Overview

Independent and Integrated Sensors

Independent and Integrated Sensors (continued)

Independent and Integrated Sensors (continued)

Independent and Integrated Sensors (continued)

Independent and Integrated Sensors (continued)

Independent and Integrated Sensors (continued)

Independent and Integrated Sensors (continued)

Green/Renewable/Deployable

Green/Renewable/Deployable (continued)

Green/Renewable/Deployable (continued)

Green/Renewable/Deployable (continued)

Green/Renewable/Deployable (continued)

Green/Renewable/Deployable (continued)

Green/Renewable/Deployable (continued)

Contract by the Hour

Contract by the Hour (continued)

Contract by the Hour (continued)

Modular Design

Modular Design (continued)

Modular Design (continued)

Markets Overview

Modular Scalable Platforms

Modular Scalable Platforms (continued)

Modular Scalable Platforms (continued)

Non-Line-of-Sight Weapons

Non-Line-of-Sight Weapons (continued)

Non-Line-of-Sight Weapons (continued)

Data Handling and Analysis

Data Handling and Analysis (continued)

Data Handling and Analysis (continued)

Unmanned Everything

Unmanned Everything (continued)

Unmanned Everything (continued)

Unmanned Everything (continued)

Technology Overview

Advanced Helicopters

Advanced Helicopters (continued)

Advanced Helicopters (continued)

Advanced Helicopters (continued)

Advanced Helicopters (continued)

Advanced Helicopters (continued)

Health Monitoring

Health Monitoring (continued)

Health Monitoring (continued)

Holographic Tools

Directed Energy Weapons

Directed Energy Weapons (continued)

Millimeter Waves

Key Conclusions and Future Outlook

Key Conclusions and Future Outlook (continued)

Legal Disclaimer

Market Engineering Methodology

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The U.S. Government is facing significant challenges to the overall budget. One of the largest areas of discretionary spending is the defense budget. As budget cuts are contemplated, tough choices will need to be made to produce an acceptable defense budget. One of the principal areas which can and should be changed is in both what is procured and in what quantities. This study looks at the envisioned future defense capabilities and identifies various market opportunities that will appear if those capabilities are fully funded. The majority of the areas identified are modifications of existing technologies focused on the revised capabilities set.
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No Index Yes
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Author Wayne Plucker
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number NBDD-01-00-00-00
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