13 Jun 2017  |  Global
New Policy Dynamics, Market Requirements, and Programs Present Myriad Opportunities for Companies
According to SIPRI, India was the largest arms importer in the world during 2011–2015. The Indian government has revised the procurement policy after seeking responses from industry stakeholders. Frost & Sullivan has analyzed the competitive landscape of defense in India, which consists of public sector undertakings (PSUs), foreign defense compan...
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12 May 2017  |  North America
Advanced Technologies Will Produce Cost and Time Efficiencies by Providing High-Quality Training When and Where Needed
The US armed services are beginning to see the benefits of mixed reality training; however, more funding needs to be dedicated to researching and developing the optimal mix of virtual and live training to maximize cost efficiencies. Demand for increasingly complex and realistic virtual environments, immersive virtual training, and distributed learn...
10 May 2017  |  Europe
Defense Spending of Partner Countries
Since the taking of Crimea by the Russians in 2014, tensions have been rising in the Baltic Sea Region. During 2016, a Russian SU-27 fighter intercepted a US RC-135 flying within international airspace and a pair of Su-24 Russian jets flew what was described by US defense officials as mock strafing runs over a US Navy destroyer as it was conducting...
02 May 2017  |  Global
Reduced Deliveries of New Aircraft and Increased Reliance on Health Management Systems Conflict with Rising Event Costs Resulting in Minimal Growth
The global airframe MRO market registered $24.34 billion in 2016 revenue and is expected to reach 27.31 billion by 2026 growing at a compound annual growth rate of 1.2%. The North American market is the largest, but will experience modest growth. Meanwhile, rotary wing utility aircraft will experience the most significant segment growth. New delive...
26 Apr 2017  |  North America
Technology Advancements Drive Demand
For the last several years, conflicts across the Middle East and Afghanistan have been a costly undertaking for the United States and its allies. During 2015, the United States alone dropped over 20,000 bombs and missiles on both Iraq and Syria. The number of bombs and missiles applied by NATO and Gulf Cooperation Council allies cannot be determine...
04 Apr 2017  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Post-Arab-Spring Opportunities to Bring in $17.05 Billion by 2021
The Middle Eastern Homeland Security market will grow at a CAGR of 15.5% to achieve $17.05 billion by 2021, strongly driven by government initiatives to create a smart and secure environment amidst high terrorist activities in the region. The Middle Eastern Homeland Security market registered a revenue of $7.19 billion in 2015. Frost and Sullivan ...
15 Feb 2017  |  North America
Domestic Defense Firms Must Become More Innovative and Cost Efficient to Succeed in the Increasingly Competitive Race to Sell International Arms
An overall increase in global defense spending is expected, after several years of relatively flat growth, which will cause the US Department of Defense (DoD) market for foreign military sales (FMS) to grow at an estimated 3.4% over the 2015 to 2021 study period. However, overall sales of US military equipment will grow at an even greater rate beca...
27 Jan 2017  |  North America
The United States Sets the Standard for Defense Research and Development as it Continues to Lead the Global Market in Both Programs and Initiatives
The US Department of Defense (DoD) owns the most sophisticated and effective research, development, testing, and evaluation (RDTE) infrastructures worldwide. An essential factor to the DoD's success is the various organizations dedicated to RDTE in support of the different military departments as well as some key joint military agencies. RDTE organ...
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30 Dec 2016  |  Global
This Aerospace and Defense TOE reveals advancements and opportunities in flight simulators, including virtual reality-based training simulators, simulators incorporating fewer but higher performance components, simulators combining real-world and virtual elements, versatile flight training devices, helicopter simulators, motor simulators, and weapo...
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19 Dec 2016  |  North America
Radar Services will Generate Growth Opportunities as Nations Advance their Naval Capabilities
The seas around the world are becoming increasingly dangerous as territorial disputes, contingency support operations, and piracy spark a renewed interest in advancing current and future radar capabilities. According to the International Maritime Bureau, which is part of the International Chamber of Commerce, more than 205 pirate raids in the Gulf ...