Middle East Missile Defense Growth Opportunities

Middle East Missile Defense Growth Opportunities

Strategic Partnering to Transform Indigenous Defense Capabilities and Drive Growth Strategies

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29-Jun-2022
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South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
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Research Code: PCE7-01-00-00-00
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Middle Eastern countries increasingly acquire and develop missile defense (MD) capabilities to counter regional threats posed by Iran’s projected aggression in expanding the range, accuracy, stealth, and lethality of its offensive missiles and integrating them into military concepts of operations and coercive threats. This trend catalyzes regional MD participants to transform their military posture rapidly for MD projection as part of their military deterrence strategy.

International MD cooperation is becoming vital to global defense and regional military coalitions, including in the Middle East. International cooperation enhances the national security of members and supports efforts to counter advanced missile threats. The MD cooperative engagement in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is still in the preliminary stages. Cooperation could improve by developing indigenous industries, participating in joint military exercises, streamlining the MD sales process, and collaborating with the United States and Israel, the global leaders for MD, following the signing of the Abraham Accords. However, the lack of operational MD experience, technological gaps, and command and control challenges limit most GCC members in promoting and deploying advanced MD solutions. These restraints become even more complex when discussing multilayered regional architecture, a leading US national security interest in the Middle East.

This Frost & Sullivan study maps the Middle East MD land-based segment trends, programs, and platforms in five leading countries, exploring all MD categories. This study uses secondary and primary research data, including information from the Frost & Sullivan database. Primary research accounts for 20% of the study as the principal analyst conducted interviews with leading market stakeholders.

The study highlights primary MD subsystems deployed in the Middle East, such as advanced radars and solutions for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance. The study expects the MD industry to prioritize specific technologies, such as directed energy, an advanced ground-based electric laser, or fiber laser, and outlines growth opportunities on which market stakeholders can capitalize.

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Middle East Missile Defense Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

What You Need To Know

Trends

Challenges

Evolving Concept of Operations

Segmentation

Key Competitors

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Leading Regional MD Platforms by Category

MD Projection in the Middle East

Israel

Israel’s MD Architecture

Saudi Arabia

United Arab Emirates

Turkey

Qatar

Top MD Contracts in 2022

Growth Opportunity 1: US MD to Continue Shaping the Middle East MD Market

Growth Opportunity 1: US MD to Continue Shaping the Middle East MD Market (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Abraham Accords to Push for Regional MD Alliance

Growth Opportunity 2: Abraham Accords to Push for Regional MD Alliance (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Information Sharing for Early Warning and T&S

Growth Opportunity 3: Information Sharing for Early Warning and T&S (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: The Middle East Indigenous Defense Industry to Expand Opportunities for Joint MD Programs

Growth Opportunity 4: The Middle East Indigenous Defense Industry to Expand Opportunities for Joint MD Programs (continued)

Growth Opportunity 5: Game-changing DE MD Systems

Growth Opportunity 5: Game-changing DE MD Systems (continued)

List of Abbreviations

List of Exhibits

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Middle Eastern countries increasingly acquire and develop missile defense (MD) capabilities to counter regional threats posed by Iran’s projected aggression in expanding the range, accuracy, stealth, and lethality of its offensive missiles and integrating them into military concepts of operations and coercive threats. This trend catalyzes regional MD participants to transform their military posture rapidly for MD projection as part of their military deterrence strategy. International MD cooperation is becoming vital to global defense and regional military coalitions, including in the Middle East. International cooperation enhances the national security of members and supports efforts to counter advanced missile threats. The MD cooperative engagement in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is still in the preliminary stages. Cooperation could improve by developing indigenous industries, participating in joint military exercises, streamlining the MD sales process, and collaborating with the United States and Israel, the global leaders for MD, following the signing of the Abraham Accords. However, the lack of operational MD experience, technological gaps, and command and control challenges limit most GCC members in promoting and deploying advanced MD solutions. These restraints become even more complex when discussing multilayered regional architecture, a leading US national security interest in the Middle East. This Frost & Sullivan study maps the Middle East MD land-based segment trends, programs, and platforms in five leading countries, exploring all MD categories. This study uses secondary and primary research data, including information from the Frost & Sullivan database. Primary research accounts for 20% of the study as the principal analyst conducted interviews with leading market stakeholders. The study highlights primary MD subsystems deployed in the Middle East, such as advanced radars and solutions for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance. The study expects the MD industry to prioritize specific technologies, such as directed energy, an advanced ground-based electric laser, or fiber laser, and outlines growth opportunities on which market stakeholders can capitalize.
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Deliverable Type Market Research
Author John Hernandez
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
No Index No
Is Prebook No
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WIP Number PCE7-01-00-00-00