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24 Dec 2013  |  Global
Emerging Applications for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Across Global Government and Commercial Sectors
UAS Platforms are Flexible and Hold Great Potential
The significant potential and benefits of UAS have led to increasing implementation since the mid-1980s. Through the years, these platforms have proven successful on numerous missions, leading to growing popularity. UAS now has a significant role for numerous military units worldwide. A decrease in military expenditure has, however, nudged UAS manu...
23 Dec 2013  |  North America
A Regional Discussion of Companies Well-positioned to Exploit the Commercial UAS Market
This market insight provides a competitive assessment of global companies that are well-positioned to take advantage of the commercial UAS market and discusses the following topics: competitive advantages for top companies in each region, developmental achievements and/or innovations that signal a companys advanced technological capabilities, and ...
10 Dec 2013  |  North America
The Next-generation ATM Enabler
The world of air traffic management is about to undergo a significant change. The traditional radar based air traffic control environment will soon be replaced by a system based on automated position and flight data reporting by the aircraft themselves. The effort is global with variations by country and by technology. In the US, the constructio...
09 Dec 2013  |  Global
Global Economics will Dictate Force Protection Requirements for the Next 10 Years
This research service takes a look at the global force protection market. Short-term interventions with limited commitment of land forces are expected to be the norm for western countries. Modernisation of militaries is being reflected in strategies which emphasise the need for an increased number of light and mobile force elements. This can be see...
06 Dec 2013  |  Global
High Profile Events Driving Security Requirement
The number of nuclear new build projects is higher now than the last two decades. Although Asia is leading in numbers, the US has approved its first new build since 1970, and the United Kingdom, France, Finland and Poland are planning to build or are building new units creating continued opportunity for industry. With this overall rise in nuclear p...
05 Dec 2013  |  Global
Changing Conflict and Changing Strategies
When analysing the Global Military Land Vehicles Market 20132022, Frost & Sullivan has sought to elucidate future revenues split between new procurements (platform and modernisation acquisitions) and support-in-service (maintenance and other platform support services) to highlight potential market opportunities to be found beyond new platform sale...
18 Oct 2013  |  Global
Dual-Use Technology an Efficient Way to Conquer the Commercial Market for the Defence Contractors
Dual-use technology has the potential to generate new revenues for the defence contractors, which house a multitude of technologies within their portfolios and R&D programmes. However, dual-use is not always a clear concept, it needs to be identified, defined, and understood so companies can make the most of it. In this paper, with an aim to facili...
12 Jul 2013  |  North America
Is DoD Healthcare a Potential Fiscal Time Bomb?
Department of Defense (DoD) spending on healthcare for military personnel and retirees has, of late, received significant criticism. Due largely to Congressional actions, healthcare costs have been climbing, and three successive Secretaries of Defense have identified these costs as the most significant item beyond their control. This research servi...
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13 Jun 2013  |  Asia Pacific
Developing Local Partnerships is Paramount to Success
This market insight discusses the current security situation in Russia. The risks and threats are examined; the measures being taken by the Russian Government to counter the same are identified (for example, The National Security Strategy). Infrastructure developments are also discussed (including rail, power, ports and airports). The market insigh...
02 Apr 2013  |  Global
Supply Chain Insights and Variations
The aerospace market has one of the more convoluted supply chains. In theory, it is similar to most other supply chains, at least at first glance. In its most basic form, it is composed of the OEMs, the major component providers, and their suppliers. The reality is that the market is far from simple. Companies at all levels of the supply chain supp...