17 Feb 2014  |  North America
National Strategies Drive the Adoption of Cyber Solutions
This research study covers the global cyber security market and discusses, in detail, the market trends, market drivers and restraints, impact of the drivers and restraints, and revenue projections. It also provides an overview of key market participants as well as market recommendations and conclusions. The major cyber security applications analys...
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22 Dec 2011  |  Europe
Towards Integrated European and NATO Defence Forces
This study covers the state of the European C4ISR Market, examining drivers and restraints for growth, challenges, technology, demand and geographical trends. Following from these, market growth for regional and market segments are forecast. In addition,analysis of the competitive situation is performed, along with detailed profiles of the key op...
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14 Dec 2012  |  Global
Transforming Conventional Battlespace into Digital
The study takes into account all the segments of the C4ISR market and all products under each segment. The methodology used was top-down, starting with defence budget and apportioning expenditures down to the sub-segment level, taking into consideration the spending and capability trends across countries. A detailed analysis of 10 major countries h...
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07 Dec 2007  |  North America
This study gives an overview of the U.S. Command, Control, Communications, Computing, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Market for the fiscal years 2007-2014. It also includes market forecasts and discussions within the C2, Tactical Communications, Net-Centric Computing, and ISR segments. Top industry trends are discussed.
06 Mar 2013  |  North America
Where can a Defense Contractor Find Growth in 2025?
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 an...
16 Apr 2013  |  North America
Expect a Flat Market Despite Popularity of COTS Platforms
As the DoD's discretionary spending continues to decrease in favor of mandatory government programs, utilization of COTS aircraft has become more popular due to perceived cost savings over developing entirely new aircraft systems. COTS aircraft have also been favored for quick reaction capability (QRC) systems because they allow flexibility and sp...
12 Feb 2013  |  North America
Applying Commercial Solutions
This research service focuses on the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) information technology (IT) systems budget spending. Included in this service are research, development, testing, and evaluation (RDT&E); procurement; operations and maintenance (O&M); and services. Contract activity for the DoD IT enterprise networks for 2011 is also included. T...
25 Mar 2013  |  North America
Trending Towards Even Distribution of Short-term Contracts
This research is a competitive environment overview based on the 2012 contracts for Department of Defense (DoD) command and control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR), and electronic warfare/information operations (EW/IO). Included in this service are research, development, testing, and evaluation (RD...
24 Apr 2013  |  North America
A Solid Market in a Troubled Fiscal Era
Military departments are developing secure tactical networking that conforms to a joint architecture, synchronized with real time information. Defense programs are being funded to provide broadband capabilities in the forms of voice, data, and imagery to commanders. As the US continues operations in Afghanistan, the lessons learned indicate the v...
13 May 2013  |  North America
Ensuring Technological Dominance
This research is a qualitative overview of the US DoD Anti-Access/Area Denial operational concept, based on the 2013 program spending request for Department of Defense (DoD) anti-submarine warfare, cybersecurity, electronic warfare, interoperability, and nine other technology areas. Included in this service are research, development, testing, and e...