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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)
29 Aug 2017  |  Europe
Is Conventional Warfare back?
The combat vehicles market will undergo significant transformations after years of market stagnation and preference over modernisation programmes. As platforms are reaching the end of their lifespan, substantial renewal opportunities are in line and a slow growth is projected. Market revenues are estimated to grow by almost by $5 billion during 20...
10 May 2017  |  Europe
Defense Spending of Partner Countries
Since the taking of Crimea by the Russians in 2014, tensions have been rising in the Baltic Sea Region. During 2016, a Russian SU-27 fighter intercepted a US RC-135 flying within international airspace and a pair of Su-24 Russian jets flew what was described by US defense officials as mock strafing runs over a US Navy destroyer as it was conducting...
02 Aug 2016  |  Europe
Charting the Progress of Indian Defence Modernisation
According to SIPRI, India was the largest arms importer in the world during 2011–2015. The Indian government has revised the procurement policy after seeking responses from industry stakeholders. Frost & Sullivan has analysed the competitive landscape of defence in India, which consists of public sector undertakings (PSUs), foreign defense compan...$1,500.00
19 Jul 2016  |  Europe
Looking at Multiplying Forces of Existing Assets to Reverse the Adverse Effects of the “More with Less” Trend
Defense budget uncertainty and multiple threats across emerging helicopter markets are blurring market growth opportunities, where cancelled orders, reduced procurement, or modernisation plans preferred against newly built platforms are becoming increasingly common. This context also encourages the market penetration of emerging helicopter OEMs. Mo...
16 Mar 2016  |  Europe
Focused, Realistic, and Cost-effective Projects to Gain Preference as Ambitious Technical Modernisation Programme Unleashes Growth Opportunities
The Polish defence forces are undergoing the most ambitious modernisation programme in the countrys history. The countrys Technical Modernisation Programme, along with military activities in neighbouring Ukraine, relaxed offset regulations, and the newly introduced mandatory 2% spending of GDP on defense, all continue to drive consistent government...$1,500.00
21 Jan 2016  |  Europe
The Increasing Installed Base of Connected Devices will Generate Benefits for Users and Tough Challenges for Suppliers
Digitalisation of police forces around the world is increasing the use of new technologies. Budgetary pressures and the demand for increased operational efficiencies are driving law enforcement agencies to invest in technologies that allow greater access to information and data on the move. This deliverable takes a look at how the increasing adopti...$3,500.00