The Soldier Modernisation Market 2009-2019

The Soldier Modernisation Market 2009-2019

• Publication date: 23/02/2009
• Number of Pages: 102

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This new visiongain defence report - The Soldier Modernisation Market 2009-2019 - examines current trends and future prospects for the soldier modernisation market. Those products and systems are becoming characteristic of 21st century warfare. Visiongain estimates that soldier modernisation applications generated a total $440 million in sales worldwide during 2008. This report shows how those revenues will rise steadily over the next decade. This is a market that emerged in the 1990s, showed real technological and commercial promise this decade, achieving further growth and development during our report’s forecast period, 2009 to 2019. The US, France, UK and Germany are significant markets at present. Do you know how those and other markets will develop? This report answers that and other important questions. Also, will an ambitious programme in India make it a leading market toward the end of next decade? Although relatively late to emerge here, China and Russia are also making serious inroads in this promising worldwide market. This report reviews current programmes in leading countries, forecasting relevant sales in 12 leading markets in Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific.
Visiongain divides the soldier modernisation market into the five segments identified by NATO: command and control, communications, computers, and intelligence (C4I); lethality; mobility; survivability; and sustainability. The Soldier Modernisation Market 2009-2019 tracks the growth of those market segments during the forecast period 2009 to 2019. This new visiongain defence report also charts how the 12 leading national markets are expected to fare during that period. The US, naturally, is at the forefront of the market currently, but is not guaranteed to remain predominant, since nations in Europe and the Asia-Pacific are also expected to make this a high-growth market. This report explains how each of those nations’ sales and market shares will develop in this important emerging market.
The Soldier Modernisation Market 2009-2019 examines the market critically through a detailed review of available information. It also covers the essential drivers and restraints influencing the market’s growth. The sources used include governmental and industrial reports, industry/defence news and original expert interviews. Visiongain also applied financial forecasting and related analyses to provide a comprehensive market- and industry-based report with detailed analysis and informed opinion that you will not find anywhere else.
In particular, The Soldier Modernisation Market 2009-2019 focuses on the following essential aspects of the market:
• Sales forecast for the overall global soldier modernisation market from 2009 to 2019
• Sales forecasts for the leading soldier modernisation market segments from 2009 to 2019
• Sales forecasts for the 12 leading country markets from 2009 to 2019
• Discussion of current programmes and direction of relevant projects worldwide
• Discussion of market drivers and restraints, strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing the global soldier modernisation market.
Why you should buy this report:
• To obtain a comprehensive analysis of the prospects for soldier modernisation from 2009 to 2019
• To learn predicted sales for leading soldier modernisation programmes from 2009 to 2019
• To understand the forces that influence and characterise the market for soldier modernisation during the forecast period:
- Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats
- Market drivers and restraints
• To find out where the market is heading from the present onwards, both technologically and commercially.
The soldier modernisation market has marked advantages, especially given the continuing importance placed on foot soldiers. The current global financial situation will naturally weigh on governments’ minds, affecting some decisions in this market. However, soldier modernisation is a sector where high investment is expected to continue. After all, soldier modernisation seeks to enhance the capabilities of individual soldiers and small units, the key building blocks of military ground operations. This new visiongain report is essential reading for companies involved in the soldier modernisation market, as well as those wishing to contribute to it directly and indirectly.

Table of Contents:

1 Executive Summary
2 Modernising the Soldier
2.1 Origins of Soldier Modernisation Programmes
2.2 Key Components of Soldier Modernisation
2.3 Network-Centric Warfare
2.4 Gains from Soldier Modernisation
2.5 Interoperability
2.6 Challenges
2.6.1 Cost
2.6.2 Weight and Size
2.6.3 Power
2.6.4 Data Connectivity
2.6.5 Man-Machine Interface

3 Overview of the Soldier Modernisation Market:

3.1 The Market Defined
3.2 Europe, US Lead Soldier Modernisation Programmes
3.3 Strong Growth Across Submarkets
3.3.1 C4I is Leading Submarket
3.3.2 Lethality Submarket Meets Present and Future Needs
3.3.3 Mobility Submarket Driven by Navigational Needs
3.3.4 Survivability Submarket to See Strong Demand
3.3.5 Sustainability Submarket Powered by Energy Needs
3.4 Survey of Soldier Modernisation Programmes Worldwide
3.4.1 Australia: Land 125
3.4.2 Canada: ISSP
3.4.3 Czech Republic: Soldier of the 21st Century
3.4.4 Europe EDA: 21st Century Soldier System
3.4.5 France: Félin
3.4.6 Germany: IdZ
3.4.7 India: F-INSAS
3.4.8 Italy: Soldato Futuro
3.4.9 Netherlands: VOSS
3.4.10 Norway: Normans
3.4.11 Singapore: ACMS
3.4.12 South Africa: African Warrior
3.4.13 Spain: Comfut
3.4.14 Sweden: Markus
3.4.15 Switzerland: IMESS
3.4.16 United Kingdom: FIST
3.4.17 United States: Land Warrior
4 Forecasts for Leading Soldier Modernisation Markets, 2009-19
4.1 US Soldier Modernisation Market
4.2 France Soldier Modernisation Market
4.3 UK Soldier Modernisation Market
4.4 Germany Soldier Modernisation Market
4.5 Italy Soldier Modernisation Market
4.6 Russia Soldier Modernisation Market
4.7 Australia Soldier Modernisation Market
4.8 Canada Soldier Modernisation Market
4.9 India Soldier Modernisation Market
4.10 China Soldier Modernisation Market
4.11 Japan Soldier Modernisation Market
4.12 South Korea Soldier Modernisation Market
5 Factors Affecting the Soldier Modernisation Market
5.1 Strengths of the Soldier Modernisation Market
5.1.1 Recognition that Dismounted Soldiers are Still Key to Seizing and Holding Ground
5.1.2 Recognition that Soldier Modernisation will Significantly Enhance Situational Awareness
5.1.3 Private Industry Can Provide Many of the Technological Demands of Soldier Modernisation
5.1.4 A Significant Number of Soldier Modernisation Programmes Will Drive the Industry's Growth
5.1.5 Matching Efforts of Rival Nations and Remaining Interoperable with Key Allies
5.2 Weaknesses of the Soldier Modernisation Market
5.2.1 The Cost of Modernisation Kits – a Problem?
5.2.2 Will Many Countries Adopt a Wait-And-See Attitude?
5.2.3 Tactics and Policy for Soldier Modernisation are Still Evolving
5.2.4 There May Still Be Questions over Cost and Weight
5.2.5 The Global Financial Crisis May Affect the Demand for Soldier Modernisation Systems
5.3 Opportunities in the Soldier Modernisation Market
5.3.1 Despite Many Ongoing Soldier Modernisation Programmes, There is Still Further Scope for Projects Worldwide
5.3.2 Some Countries May Not Provide Soldier Modernisation Kits to All Its Forces - But There is Likely to be Demand at Least for Elite Units
5.3.3 Infantry Operations Will Continue to be a Strong Part of Military Operations, Which Affirms the Importance of Soldier Modernisation Programmes
5.3.4 Soldier Modernisation Programmes and Commercial Developments in Information and Communications Technology
5.3.5 There May Be Countries that Opt for Piecemeal Components
5.4 Threats to the Soldier Modernisation Market
5.4.1 The Global Financial Crisis
5.4.2 Some Countries May Wait to See Which Systems Perform Best
5.4.3 How Leading Nations Regard Soldier Modernisation as a Core Part of Their Capabilities
5.4.4 Soldier Modernisation Systems are Expected to Provide a Revolutionary - Not Just Evolutionary - Change in Infantry Warfare
5.4.5 Soldier Modernisation May Be Seen as a Prestige System Not Essential To Military Operations
5.5 The Drive to Provide Greater Situational Awareness and Mission Flexibility will Push Growth
5.6 Unit Cost and the Encumbrance of Soldiers are the Principal Restraints
5.7 The Soldier Modernisation Market will See High Growth
6 Key Companies Involved in Soldier Modernisation Market
6.1 Diehl BGT
6.2 EADS Defence and Security
6.3 General Dynamics
6.4 Harris
6.5 ITT
6.6 Kord Defence
6.7 Raytheon
6.8 Rheinmetall
6.9 Rockwell Collins
6.10 Sagem
6.11 Selex
6.12 Tata
6.13 Thales
7 Key Opinion Leader (KOL) Interview
7.1 Mr Erich Weissenböck, Project Officer Engagement of the European Defence Agency’s (EDA) Capability Directorate
8 Conclusions

List of Tables:

Table 3.1 World Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Table 3.2 World Soldier Modernisation Sales CAGR
Table 3.3 Soldier Modernisation Sales in Leading Markets by Market Share: 2008, 2014, 2019
Table 3.4 World Soldier Modernisation Submarkets Sales, 2008-19
Table 3.5 World Soldier Modernisation Submarkets Sales CAGR
Table 3.6 World Soldier Modernisation Sales and Markey Share by Submarket: 2008, 2014, 2019
Table 4.1 Leading Markets Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Table 4.2 US Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Table 4.3 US Soldier Modernisation Sales CAGR
Table 4.4 France Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Table 4.5 France Soldier Modernisation Sales CAGR
Table 4.6 UK Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Table 4.7 UK Soldier Modernisation Sales CAGR
Table 4.8 Germany Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Table 4.9 Germany Soldier Modernisation Sales CAGR
Table 4.10 Italy Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Table 4.11 Italy Soldier Modernisation Sales CAGR
Table 4.12 Russia Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Table 4.13 Russia Soldier Modernisation Sales CAGR
Table 4.14 Australia Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Table 4.15 Australia Soldier Modernisation Sales CAGR
Table 4.16 Canada Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Table 4.17 Canada Soldier Modernisation Sales CAGR
Table 4.18 India Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Table 4.19 India Soldier Modernisation Sales CAGR
Table 4.20 China Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Table 4.21 China Soldier Modernisation Sales CAGR
Table 4.22 Japan Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Table 4.23 Japan Soldier Modernisation Sales CAGR
Table 4.24 South Korea Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Table 4.25 South Korea Soldier Modernisation Sales CAGR
Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis, Soldier Modernisation Market, 2008-19
List of Figures
Figure 3.1 World Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Figure 3.2 Soldier Modernisation Sales Country Share, 2008
Figure 3.3 Soldier Modernisation Sales Country Share, 2014
Figure 3.4 Soldier Modernisation Sales Country Share, 2019
Figure 3.5 World Soldier Modernisation Submarkets Sales, 2008-19
Figure 3.6 Soldier Modernisation Sales by Share, 2008
Figure 3.7 Soldier Modernisation Sales by Share, 2014
Figure 3.8 Soldier Modernisation Sales by Share, 2019
Figure 4.1 UK Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Figure 4.2 France Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Figure 4.3 Germany Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Figure 4.4 Italy Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Figure 4.5 Russia Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Figure 4.6 US Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Figure 4.7 Canada Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Figure 4.8 Japan Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Figure 4.9 China Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Figure 4.10 India Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Figure 4.11 South Korea Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19
Figure 4.12 Australia Soldier Modernisation Sales, 2008-19

Companies Listed:

ABSL Power Solutions
Aérospatiale-Matra
Armasuisse, Switzerland
Armscor
Australian Defence Apparel (ADA)
BAE Systems
Beretta
Black and Decker
Construcciones Aeronáuticas SA
DaimlerChrysler Aerospace AG (DASA)
Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO), Australia
Defence Procurement Agency, UK
Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), India
Defence Research Establishment (FFI), Norway
Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA), Singapore
Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO), Australia
Délégation Générale pour l'Armement's (DGA), France
Department of Defence, Australia
Department of Defense (DoD), US
Direccion General de Armamento y Material (DGAM), Spain
Diehl BGT Defence
Dynamit Nobel
EADS Defence and Communications Systems (DCS)
EADS Defence and Security Spain
EADS Defence Electronics
Elint
European Defence Agency (EDA)
Federal Office of Defence Technology and Procurement, Germany
Fedur
Finmeccanica Group
Galileo Avionica
General Dynamics C4 Systems
Grupo Mecanica de Vuelo (GMV)
Harris Corp.
Heckler & Koch
Ineos Chlor
Intelligent Energy.
Israel Military Industries (IMI)
ITT Corp
Iturri
Kord Defence
KordTech Pty Ltd
Larimart
Ministry of Defence (MoD), UK
Nacre
NATO Army Armaments Group
NFM
Ordnance Factories Board (OFB), India
Programme Executive Office (PEO) Soldier, US Army
Projekthaus System Soldat (PSS)
Qinetiq
Raytheon
Rheinmetall Defence
Rockwell Collins
Saab
Safran Group
Saft Batteries
Sagem Defence Sécurité
Selex Communications
Selex Galileo
Sistema Compositi
ST Electronics
Subdireccion de Tecnologia y Centros (Subtecen), Spain
Tata
Tecnobit
Thales
Thales Australia
VOP-026 Šternberk.
WetPC Pty Ltd

 

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