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31 Jul 2009  |  Africa
The Middle East Airports Infrastructure market has been able to offset the impact of the global economic slowdown and progress with expansion plans as a result of the strong growth of the Middle East commercial aviation industry.
15 Jul 2009  |  Europe
Network Centric Warfare focuses on the application of technology to increase situational awareness and to speed up communications through networks to improve the effectiveness of military operations. Through this capability smaller combat units can be used more independently and effectively.
15 Jul 2009  |  Global
A global perspective of the Space Industry, covering both the core upstream and downstream segments of launch services, satellite manufacturing, ground equipment & operations, support services and satellite services. This research also includes historical trends, current drivers and restraints, market challenges, end-user assessments, overview of ...
23 Jun 2009  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Middle East countries are showing growing recognition of MILSATCOM capability, which is reflected in their growing investment on space assets for both defence and Home Land Security (HLS) needs. Most of the Middle East MODs under study are likely to acquire dedicated MILSATCOM capability between 2011 and 2013, by the way of leasing dedicated trans...
22 Jun 2009  |  Europe
Air ISR sensors (EO/IR) market in Europe is highly competitive due to a number of participants. These participants operate on a global level largely, except for some of the participants whose operations are limited to the regional level at present.
19 Jun 2009  |  Europe
Air intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) command and control market in Europe is highly competitive. With EDA and NATO active in the region, armed forces of the European countries are expected to upgrade and procure increasingly more defence systems.
16 Jun 2009  |  Asia Pacific
BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) refers to the fast growing developing economies of Brazil, Russia, India, and China. The concept came into existence by 2001 with a combined target of achieving excellence by 2050. With the rapid development in the economies of these four countries it is estimated that the combined economies of these four coun...
09 May 2009  |  Europe
The future of the command and control technology will lie in the enhancement of the current capabilities while keeping the easiness of use. The need for sophisticated systems, that can easily be operated with just a short training and are capable of commanding all sorts of equipment will be the main requirement of European navies. The complexity of...
05 May 2009  |  Europe
Defence logistics is moving from a mass model of dumping huge amounts of supplies into a combat theater to a lean, agile delivery system focused on warfighter needs.This research service on European defence logistics (information systems) market covers the software systems market which facilitate modern military logistics in ten nations of Europe a...
05 May 2009  |  Europe
The future of the radar technology lies in the further integration of sensors and radars into one piece of equipment. However not all countries value advanced technology most. Still for many navies price is expected to remain the most important factor in equipment procurement, especially for naval use.