Japan Self-defense Forces National Budget Assessment

Japan Self-defense Forces National Budget Assessment

Dual-use Technologies will Catalyze Transformational Growth in the Japanese Defense Industry

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14-Jun-2024
REGION
Asia Pacific
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Market Research
Research Code: PFN7-01-00-00-00
SKU: AE_2024_812
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This research service analyzes Japan's FY 2024 national defense budget request and the Defense Buildup Program (FY 2023–FY 2027) to briefly discuss Japan's indigenous defense manufacturing prowess and growth outlook. The study examines Japan's national policies, international defense, and security relationships, and the regional geopolitical climate to:
1. Identify industry drivers, restraints, and emerging growth opportunities
2. Explore the competitive landscape and highlight leading foreign and domestic industry participants
3. Discuss the spending trends for major arms through FY 2027 and determine leading technology/ projects for each segmentation
4. Assess Japan's defense trade activities and elucidate emerging trade opportunities with allied nations in North America, Indo-Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East

To re-establish its local defense manufacturing capabilities, the Japan Self-defense Forces will prioritize adopting commercial/civilian technologies for military operations. The various government incentives introduced by Japan could support an increased participation of nontraditional companies in the defense industry. Collaborations with allied nations for the co-development and co-production of cutting-edge defense solutions, such as artificial intelligence, quantum computing, robotics, and autonomy, could enhance interdisciplinary partnerships among academia, government, defense and commercial sectors, small and medium enterprises, and start-ups.

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Japanese Defense Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Scope of Analysis

Growth Metrics

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Japan FY 2024 Defense Buildup Program Budget Analysis

Defense Buildup Program Budget Classification

Defense Buildup Program: Top Technology by Segment

Defense Buildup Program: Top Technology by Segment (continued)

Defense Buildup Program: Top Technology by Segment (continued)

Defense Buildup Program: Top Technology by Segment (continued)

Defense Buildup Program: Top Technology by Segment (continued)

Competitive Landscape

Representative Defense Contracts

Japan Arms Trade Overview

Japan Arms Trade Opportunities

Japan Arms Trade Opportunities (Continued)

Growth Opportunity 1: Joint RDT&E

Growth Opportunity 1: Joint RDT&E (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Cyber Defense Capabilities

Growth Opportunity 2: Cyber Defense Capabilities (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul

Growth Opportunity 3: Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (continued)

List of Exhibits

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This research service analyzes Japan's FY 2024 national defense budget request and the Defense Buildup Program (FY 2023 FY 2027) to briefly discuss Japan's indigenous defense manufacturing prowess and growth outlook. The study examines Japan's national policies, international defense, and security relationships, and the regional geopolitical climate to: 1. Identify industry drivers, restraints, and emerging growth opportunities 2. Explore the competitive landscape and highlight leading foreign and domestic industry participants 3. Discuss the spending trends for major arms through FY 2027 and determine leading technology/ projects for each segmentation 4. Assess Japan's defense trade activities and elucidate emerging trade opportunities with allied nations in North America, Indo-Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East To re-establish its local defense manufacturing capabilities, the Japan Self-defense Forces will prioritize adopting commercial/civilian technologies for military operations. The various government incentives introduced by Japan could support an increased participation of nontraditional companies in the defense industry. Collaborations with allied nations for the co-development and co-production of cutting-edge defense solutions, such as artificial intelligence, quantum computing, robotics, and autonomy, could enhance interdisciplinary partnerships among academia, government, defense and commercial sectors, small and medium enterprises, and start-ups.
More Information
Deliverable Type Market Research
Author Shreya Khakurel
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Podcast No
Predecessor PEFF-01-00-00-00
WIP Number PFN7-01-00-00-00