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Aerospace, Defence and Security
Frost & Sullivan's Aerospace information assists customers in identifying opportunities for component providers to the major airframe manufacturers, and helps local governments align their airport vision with industry trends.
Under the Defense area, our information helps industry participants develop better solutions to serve military end users and expand defense industry opportunities through improved access to information and analysis.
Our Security information assists in understanding the technologies and solutions to improve security and infrastructure. Most importantly to industry participants, it provides an understanding of the different methods of funding and budgeting.
- IT infrastructure, cloud computing, network security, and wireless technologies are all key growth areas and evolving rapidly
- The Army counterinsurgency mission will continue to be the focus of the C4ISR effort through 2016
- Fastest growth is in technologies and tools that enable the processing exploitation and dissemination of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR)
16 Jun 2020  |  North America
Continuing High Global Tensions will Call for a Spike in Military Spending; However, the COVID-19 Induced Economic Recession will Severely Restrict Defence Budgets
The defence outlook for 2020 will be driven primarily by a period of instability and high levels of tension due to various factors, including a global pandemic (Coronavirus 2019 or COVID-19), which will be explored by region in this research. The effects of COVID-19 on the defence industry are still to be fully understood. The impact will predomina...
15 Jun 2020  |  Global
Transnational Disputes, Operational Concepts and Efficiency Needs Drive Acquisitions and Modernization
This study is an in-depth analysis of the the global defense industrial and technology base, its drivers, trends, and outlook. To provide for a country’s national security, its industrial base must be secure, robust, and resilient. The defense technology industrial base (DTIB) must be cost effective, cost efficient, and highly productive to ensu...
12 Jun 2020  |  North America
An Assessment of the COVID-19 Impact on Agency Budgets
The 2021 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) budget request was released in February 2020, and revealed a decrease from the 2020 enacted budget. However, the proposed budget remains in line with the current administration’s commitment to: • reinforce the US southern border, • build up cyber security defenses, • harden the US infr...
05 Jun 2020  |  North America
The Latest Technological Innovations Ensure Enhanced Personnel Readiness
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a key driver for Industry 4.0, with the potential to disrupt numerous business verticals. The technology’s ability to perform human-like cognitive functions such as learning, reasoning, problem solving, planning, and self-correction, and to make decisions based on simulations drives its large-scale adoption. Curren...$2,450.00
25 May 2020  |  North America
Preparing for the Rebound
The global defence spending was recorded at $1.8 trillion in 2018; the highest spending recorded, to date. The COVID-19 epidemic is likely to reduce defence spending as governments around the world allocate funds for both fighting the pandemic and reviving the economy. COVID-19 is a dual crisis—public health and economic downturn—unlike any oth...
24 Apr 2020  |  North America
Competitive Warnings and Partnering Opportunities for Large Established Defense Contractors
The United States Defense and Security (US DoD) market has been dominated by legacy providers for decades. With the constant and rapid evolution of advanced technologies, coupled with the military’s goal of increasing flexibility at lower costs, start-up companies are aiming to disrupt the market in several areas. After reviewing this research s...
20 Apr 2020  |  North America
Building a Ready, Agile, All-domain Joint Force
The fiscal year 2021 Department of Defense (DoD) budget request outlined in this research is the fourth budget under the Trump administration. The DoD request for 2021 maintains a high level of spending, but may encounter opposition from both sides of the political aisle. This research details the Defense Departments and Agency programs requests th...
02 Apr 2020  |  North America
Maturation of Virtual Training Technologies is Driving a Paradigm Shift in Military Training Methods and Approaches
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 dis...
04 Mar 2020  |  Global
Concern Over Maritime Security and Re-focus on Naval Power are Driving the Demand for Fleet Capability Upgrades and Force Modernization Programs
The growing competition for maritime resources has led to the emergence of old maritime disputes as geopolitical threats both for countries in their periphery and adjoining regions. The geopolitical threat profile that affects global maritime commons can range from piracy and terrorism to that of extra-territorial claims by contesting nations. Thes...$3,000.00
27 Feb 2020  |  North America
Commercial Support to Special Operators at Home and in the Field is Increasing
The unique mission of special operation forces (SOF) units makes it important for companies to understand US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) requirements to capitalize on opportunities that would arise during the planning and execution of operational activities. A fundamental path to a successful USSOCOM market entry is companies’ ability to...