US DoD Training and Simulation Market, Forecast to 2024

US DoD Training and Simulation Market, Forecast to 2024

Maturation of Virtual Training Technologies is Driving a Paradigm Shift in Military Training Methods and Approaches

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02-Apr-2020
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North America
Research Code: K406-01-00-00-00
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The US Department of Defense (DoD) continues to transition to a live, virtual, constructive (LVC) military training ecosystem where immersive virtual environments are leveraged to exploit maximum training efficiencies at a lower cost than traditional training programs. Demand for increasingly immersive virtual training environments and adaptive distributed learning programs for providing desired training when and where it is needed continues to drive innovation and investment. US defense suppliers must continue to invest in research and development and seek out strategic, synergistic partnerships, especially with commercial companies that specialize in hardware and software designed to make virtual training more immersive, to gain an advantage on competitors. A series of "mergers of equals" has created more competition between large defense original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). This competition will only intensify as other companies seek to fill the void in the mid-tier supplier segment and new, innovative companies seek to disrupt the market with advanced technologies. This study provides a wealth of information about current and future trends that will shape tomorrow’s military training processes and programs.

This study also contains an evaluation of significant growth opportunities within the DoD training and simulation market based on trends and supported by a collection of market insights. Strategic imperatives, for executives to consider when deciding whether to act on the listed growth opportunities, are highlighted as well.

Research Scope

The total DoD training and simulation market size, based on the president's 2020 budget, is provided for the fiscal year 2018. In addition, estimates for the addressable portion of the DoD training and simulation through 2021 are calculated and presented due to the fact that a large portion of funding pays for training personnel and infrastructure. Estimates and competitive landscape information includes:

  • Factors driving and restraining demand for training and simulation products and services
  • Training and simulation product and services trends
  • Training and simulation contract obligations by market segment
  • Leading defense contractors and programs in each DoD training and simulation market segment
  • Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) evaluations of the leading companies in the market
  • Perspectives on various market issues that provide insights for executive-level decision-making

Key Issues Addressed

  • Is the DoD training and simulation market growing, how long will it continue to grow, and at what rate will it grow?
  • What segments, technologies, and services make up market?
  • What technologies and services will be emphasized?
  • What are the leading drivers, restraints, and trends?
  • What are the top programs for the DoD training and simulation market?
  • What technologies will be emphasized as the market continues to mature?
  • What companies are leading the market and how/why is their market share changing?

Author: Michael Blades

 

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Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Top Trends

Key Predictions

DoD/Defense Customer Requirements

Top Disruptive Technologies Shaping the Future

Market Overview

Market Engineering Measurements

Market Engineering Measurements—Addressable Market

Market Engineering Measurements—Addressable Market (continued)

Market Definitions

Market Definitions (continued)

Market Definitions (continued)

Market Definitions (continued)

Market Definitions (continued)

Market Definitions (continued)

Market Definitions (continued)

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Market Segmentation

Market Segmentation (continued)

Market Segmentation (continued)

Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Drivers Explained (continued)

Drivers Explained (continued)

Drivers Explained (continued)

Market Restraints

Restraints Explained

Restraints Explained (continued)

Restraints Explained (continued)

Market Engineering Measurements

Market Engineering Measurements—Addressable Market

Forecast Assumptions

DoD Budget Forecast—Program Funding

DoD Budget Forecast—Program Funding by Category

DoD Budget Forecast—Addressable Program Funding by Category

DoD Budget Forecast—Program Funding by Department and Category

DoD Budget Forecast—Program Funding by Service

DoD Budget Forecast—Program Funding by Segment

DoD Budget Forecast—Program Funding by Training Type

Market Share

Market Share Evolution

Market Share Analysis

Contract Sales by Segment

Contract Spending by Month

Competitive Environment

Top Competitors

Competitive Factors and Assessment

Competitive Factors and Assessment (continued)

Growth Opportunity 1—More Immersive XR Devices

Growth Opportunity 2—Training Network Security

Growth Opportunity 3—Deployable and/or Reconfigurable Trainers

Growth Opportunity 4—Edge Computing and AI

Growth Opportunity 5—Smart Ranges

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Air/Missile Defense Training

Air/Missile Defense Training Contracts

Combat Training

Combat Training Contracts

Combat Vehicle Training

Combat Vehicle Training Contracts

Communications Training

Communications Training Contracts

Computer Training

Computer Training Contracts

Firefighter Training

Firefighting Training Contracts

Fixed-Wing Training

Fixed-Wing Training Contracts

General Flight Training

General Flight Training Contracts

Ground Vehicle Training

Ground Vehicle Training Contracts

Intelligence Training

Intelligence Training Contracts

Language Training

Language Training Contracts

Logistics Training

Logistics Training Contracts

Maintenance Training

Maintenance Training Contracts

Medical Training

Medical Training Contracts

Miscellaneous Training

Miscellaneous Training Contracts

Parachute Training

Parachute Training Contracts

Rotary-Wing Training

Rotary-Wing Training Contracts

Subsurface Combat Training

Subsurface Combat Training Contracts

Surface Combat Training

Surface Combat Training Contracts

Trainer Aircraft Maintenance

Trainer Aircraft Maintenance Contracts

UAS Training

UAS Training Contracts

Key Technology—Haptics

Key Technology—Micro Displays

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Additional Sources of Information

List of Other Companies and Other Segments—Market Share Slides

List of Other Companies and Programs—Combat Training Segment

List of Other Companies and Programs—Combat Vehicle Training Segment

List of Other Companies—Communications Training Segment

List of Other Companies and Programs—Computer Training Segment

List of Other Companies and Programs—Firefighting Training Segment

List of Other Companies and Programs—Fixed-Wing Training Segment

List of Other Companies and Programs—General Flight Training Segment

List of Other Companies and Programs—Ground Vehicle Training Segment

List of Other Companies and Programs—Language Training Segment

List of Other Companies—Maintenance Training Segment

List of Other Companies and Programs—Medical Training Segment

List of Other Companies—Miscellaneous Training Segment

List of Other Companies—Parachute Training Segment

List of Other Programs and Companies—Rotary-Wing Training Segment

List of Other Companies—Subsurface Combat Training Segment

List of Other Companies and Programs—Surface Combat Training Segment

List of Other Companies and Programs—UAS Training Segment

Partial List of Companies Interviewed

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

Related Research
The US Department of Defense (DoD) continues to transition to a live, virtual, constructive (LVC) military training ecosystem where immersive virtual environments are leveraged to exploit maximum training efficiencies at a lower cost than traditional training programs. Demand for increasingly immersive virtual training environments and adaptive distributed learning programs for providing desired training when and where it is needed continues to drive innovation and investment. US defense suppliers must continue to invest in research and development and seek out strategic, synergistic partnerships, especially with commercial companies that specialize in hardware and software designed to make virtual training more immersive, to gain an advantage on competitors. A series of "mergers of equals" has created more competition between large defense original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). This competition will only intensify as other companies seek to fill the void in the mid-tier supplier segment and new, innovative companies seek to disrupt the market with advanced technologies. This study provides a wealth of information about current and future trends that will shape tomorrow’s military training processes and programs. This study also contains an evaluation of significant growth opportunities within the DoD training and simulation market based on trends and supported by a collection of market insights. Strategic imperatives, for executives to consider when deciding whether to act on the listed growth opportunities, are highlighted as well.--BEGIN PROMO--

Research Scope

The total DoD training and simulation market size, based on the president's 2020 budget, is provided for the fiscal year 2018. In addition, estimates for the addressable portion of the DoD training and simulation through 2021 are calculated and presented due to the fact that a large portion of funding pays for training personnel and infrastructure. Estimates and competitive landscape information includes:

  • Factors driving and restraining demand for training and simulation products and services
  • Training and simulation product and services trends
  • Training and simulation contract obligations by market segment
  • Leading defense contractors and programs in each DoD training and simulation market segment
  • Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) evaluations of the leading companies in the market
  • Perspectives on various market issues that provide insights for executive-level decision-making

Key Issues Addressed

  • Is the DoD training and simulation market growing, how long will it continue to grow, and at what rate will it grow?
  • What segments, technologies, and services make up market?
  • What technologies and services will be emphasized?
  • What are the leading drivers, restraints, and trends?
  • What are the top programs for the DoD training and simulation market?
  • What technologies will be emphasized as the market continues to mature?
  • What companies are leading the market and how/why is their market share changing?

Author: Michael Blades

 

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Author Michael Blades
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number K406-01-00-00-00
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GPS Codes 9000-A1