The Global Man-Portable Military Electronics Market 2013-2023

  • October 2013
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  • Strategic Defence Intelligence (SDI)
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  • 182 pages

Product Synopsis

This report is the result of SDI's extensive market and company research covering the global man-portable military electronics industry. It provides detailed analysis of both historic and forecast global industry values, factors influencing demand, the challenges faced by industry participants, analysis of the leading companies in the industry, and key news.

Introduction and Landscape

Why was the report written?
“The Global Man-Portable Military Electronics Market 2013-2023” offers the reader detailed analysis of the global man-portable military electronics market over the next ten years, alongside potential market opportunities to enter the industry, using detailed market size forecasts.

What are the key drivers behind recent market changes?
Militaries around the world are focusing on soldier modernization programs and this development has directly influenced growth in the man-portable electronics category. Soldier modernization programs comprise advanced man-portable devices for communication, force protection, and surveillance and reconnaissance operations. The recent successful experiences with the soldier modernization kits in Afghanistan and Iraq, has increased trust in man-portable devices amongst soldiers, especially during contemporary and counterinsurgency operations. In addition, the miniaturization of man-portable devices as part of soldier modernization kits has had a positive influence on category growth. Earlier, a number of communication, ISTAR and force protection devices such as tactical networking radios, sensors, anti-tank missile systems, GPRS systems, navigation and enemy location device, and UAVs were not portable and mounted to vehicles. The portability of these devices as part of the soldier gear has led to a number of new possibilities for the soldiers in the land-based combat operations. The French, FELIN program is considered by some to have the most technologically advanced man-portable devices and a number of other large militaries, such as the US, the UK and Russia are also allocating their military budgets to update their indigenous soldier modernization programs. These developments will have a long term positive impact on the category expenditure.

What makes this report unique and essential to read?
“The Global Man-Portable Military Electronics Market 2013-2023” provides detailed analysis of the current industry size and growth expectations from 2013 to 2023, including highlights of key growth stimulators. It also benchmarks the industry against key global markets and provides detailed understanding of emerging opportunities in specific areas.

Key Features and Benefits

The report provides detailed analysis of the market for man-portable military electronics during 2013-2023, including the factors that influence why countries are investing or cutting expenditure on man-portable military electronics. It provides detailed expectations of growth rates and projected total expenditure.

The costs of ISTAR and communication systems are increasing with the advancements in technologies and required capabilities demanded by military. The RandD costs have become so high due to which the militaries around the world are encouraging suppliers to work in partnership and the use of lower cost COTS products. Therefore, there are a number of joint development projects that are being undertaken to share the cost without compromising on such initiatives.

The success of man-portable miniature UAVs (M-UAVs) in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars has motivated a number of militaries around the world to procure M-UAVs for surveillance purposes. The uses of M-UAVs also help to reduce the number of causalities during surveillance operations, a prime concern for militaries in recent times. Heavily used by European and American soldiers during the wars, miniature UAVs production is expected to increase as the technology moves up the ladder in the category. Most aerial vehicles do not require landing strips, have strong flight arrangements, and are easy to deploy; therefore becoming an indispensable component of soldiers' gear and man pack kits. As the technology evolves in this sector, UAVs are expected to feature increasing stealth characteristics, which will make this segment even more promising and attractive for militaries. Although these new additions to the soldier's gear have increased the weight of soldier packs, and they are carrying the heaviest load of equipment ever, soldiers are not refuting the utility of the equipment and are ready to compromise their clothing to include the miniature UAVs. Major programs in the M-UAV segment include the US$283 million Raven RQ-11B and RQ-20A Puma program by the US, and the Skylark-II program by Israel.

Military operations are becoming highly sophisticated around the world to meet the demand for land based combat operations. Interoperability and strategic communications have become essential in ensuring success in land based attacks. The need for portable electronics has now become paramount for quick response, especially for land based operations which don't rely on vehicle-mounted systems. These requirements, coupled with the experiences drawn from Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts have led the defense companies to develop advanced portable electronic systems to cater to the growing demand. Some of the portable devices such as tactical radios provide infantry forces with an ability to rapidly establish relatively high bandwidth connections and share information at a rapid speed with other military stations. Making greater use of these systems improve situational awareness at multiple levels of command and facilitate improved coordination between units, especially in those conflicts where multinational coalition forces operate. There are few advanced communication equipment that are able to transmit real-time information and data to and from the command center to the battlefield, without revealing the location of the command center to potential enemy signals intelligence (SIGINT) systems. These devices were actively used by European and American forces in the Afghan and Iraq wars, helping them to defeat surprise guerilla attacks.

Key Market Issues

The development of military communication systems that facilitate truly network centric operations (NCOs) has continued to present challenges for researchers and developers for more than a decade. During this time a great deal of focus has been placed on applying commercial products and internet design methodologies to military systems. While this strategy has met with some success, it does not always translate well to the more challenging environment encountered in military operations. Some of these fundamental challenges include harsh radio frequency (RF) propagation environments, severe spectrum limitations, varying degrees of node mobility and stringent security requirements related to data encryption. Adding to these fundamental challenges, is the fact that military networks need to support a variety of applications, with needs ranging from real time information exchange, to reliable large volume data dissemination. Given these issues which are yet to be resolved in their entirety, the providers of man portable electronics systems face a pressing need to enhance their technological capabilities in order to ensure that network-centric doctrines can be implemented down to the infantry fighter who will carry the related equipment. If sufficient technological know-how is not available in the near future, a number of man portable electronics that are intended to enable Network Centric Warfare will have become redundant and in the process, will work to defeat the very purpose of networked warfare.

Reducing the weight of man portable equipment without compromising combat performance is a key challenge for the man portable electronics industry. The incorporation of sophisticated portable electronics to protect and empower the soldier has resulted in an exponential increase in the total weight being carried. The combined weight of equipment prevents infantry personnel from being agile, mobile and effective war fighters and lives of soldiers are being put at risk as heavy lifesaving equipment is often being left behind. Defense manufacturing companies worldwide are focusing on sourcing and integrating the most affordable lightweight man portable electronics technology to reduce the burden to personnel. Defense ministries are also funding research and development projects that focus on reducing the weight of equipment, power and communication systems that soldiers carry. For example, the US, through its Nett Warrior program, is making substantial progress in lightening the soldiers load while still delivering next generation capabilities. The UK MoD plans to reduce the load on soldiers from 70 kg to no more than 25 kg, under the Reducing the Burden on the Dismounted Soldier (RBDS) program. However, a number of technological advancements are required in order to achieve these goals, which poses a significant challenge for market participants who have to maintain the effectiveness of man portable electronics systems, while at the same time reduce the weight of this equipment within prescribed limits.

Key Highlights

Due to the use of sophisticated electronic technologies for communications, surveillance, sensing, detecting and destroying enemy forces, electric power requirements are increasing over the years. Batteries with limited power capacity, leading to a frequent need for re-supply, are limiting mobility and acting as a deterrent to effective field operations. As rechargeable batteries can lower the soldier's burden and lead to less logistics support for the supply of batteries, many countries worldwide are favoring them. Reducing the size and weight of man-portable military electronic systems without compromising the electronic warfare capabilities of soldiers is the main focus of defense ministries of various countries. Moreover, modern combat doctrine has shifted to quicker strikes by smaller teams and special forces. This is partly due to defense budget cuts by the US and most European countries, and the rise of asymmetric warfare. This has led to the development of ‘light' communication systems to provide mission flexibility, C2, provide situational awareness and reduce soldier fatigue. In 2013, SBG Systems of France introduced the Ekinox INS MEMS-based inertial navigation system (INS) that combines INS based on micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) technology, with a miniaturized global positioning system (GPS) receiver for on-board navigation on ground robots, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs,) and other small systems. Additionally, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is seeking industry for ideas on digital technology to infantry squads in a program called Digitizing SQUAD X: Sensing, Communications, Mission Command, and Soldier-Worn Backbone. Additionally, the US Army researchers are developing new ways for soldiers to wear electronic devices that give information to the user such as wrist monitor.

Countries across the world are implementing extensive soldier modernization programs and have placed significant emphasis on the survivability component of soldier modernization. This focus on survivability has made it imperative for a large number of countries to procure man-portable military electronic systems for their armed forces. Moreover, most of these survivability programs are multi-year programs which ensures that the procurement of man-portable military electronics are carried out over a number of years and therefore, in the process have provided an impetus to the man-portable military electronics market. The major survivability-based soldier modernization programs of North America, which include the procurement of man-portable military electronics, are the acquisition of radios, hands-free display systems and smart phones. The Asia-Pacific survivability market is dominated by Australia's Land 125 Phase 3B program and India's procurement of survivability equipment for the F-INSAS program. In Europe the main contributor to the survivability-based soldier modernization equipment procurement is the UK's Future Infantry Soldier Technology (FIST) program, which includes several man-portable military electronics types in its ambit.

Table Of Contents

1 Introduction
1.1 What is this Report About?
1.2 Definitions
1.3 Summary Methodology
1.4 About Strategic Defence Intelligence
2 Executive Summary
3 Global Man-Portable Military Electronics Market Size and Drivers
3.1 Man-Portable Military Electronics Market Size and Forecast 2013-2023
3.1.1 Global man-portable military electronics market to show positive growth during the forecast period
3.2 Global Man-Portable Military Electronics Market - Regional Analysis
3.2.1 North America dominates the global man-portable military electronics market
3.2.2 Demand for communication systems in the US to support the global man-portable military electronics market
3.2.3 Asia expected to be second largest contributor for military man portable electronics globally
3.2.4 Soldier Modernization programs to drive spending on man-portable electronics in Europe
3.2.5 Middle East to register nominal category decline during the forecast period
3.2.6 Brazil expected to be the highest spender in the man portable electronics sector in the Latin American region
3.2.7 African man-portable military electronics market expected to increase over the forecast period
3.3 Man Portable Electronics Sub-Sector Market Size Composition
3.3.1 Force Protection to record strong CAGR growth
3.3.2 Force protection to witness the highest amount of investment during the forecast period
3.3.3 Man portable ISTAR systems to account for the second largest market over the forecast period
3.3.4 Market for man portable communications systems to increase at a CAGR of 1.14% over the forecast period
3.4 Demand Drivers and Growth Stimulators
3.4.1 Global demand for lighter but advanced portable electronic systems to drive the market
3.4.2 Demand for miniature UAVs to push category sales
3.4.3 Influence of Soldier Modernization Programs
3.5 Defense Budget Spending Review
3.5.1 European capital expenditure expected to increase during the forecast period
3.5.2 Asian defense budgets expected to increase at a robust pace
3.5.3 North American defense expenditure projected to increase marginally during the forecast period
3.5.4 Modernization programs likely to drive defense expenditure in South American countries
3.5.5 Military budgets of African countries expected to increase during the forecast period
3.5.6 Defense budgets of Middle Eastern countries likely to increase during the forecast period
3.6 Defense Modernization Review
3.6.1 Debt crisis in Europe leading to postponement of modernization plans
3.6.2 Arms race in Asia reflected in modernization plans
3.6.3 North American modernization plans marginally affected by economic recession
3.6.4 Modernization programs in South America driven by replacement of obsolete armaments
3.6.5 African countries mainly spending on infantry weapons, and surveillance and monitoring equipment, to slow growing crime rate
3.6.6 Middle Eastern countries pursuing modernization of air force and air defense systems
4 Industry Trends, Recent Developments and Challenges
4.1 Technological Developments
4.1.1 Britain's new initiative in 2013 to develop man-portable 3G communications base has been successful and might soon be replicated by other armies.
4.1.2 Solar portable UAVs
4.1.3 EARS Gunshot Localization System
4.2 Market Trends
4.2.1 Unmanned systems witnessing robust demand during the forecast period
4.2.2 Making man-portable military electronics systems lighter to be the focus of many countries
4.3 Industry Consolidation
4.3.1 Joint RandD programs expected to increase over the forecast period
4.4 Key Challenges
4.4.1 Enabling network-centric military communications for man portable systems
4.4.2 Reducing the burden of soldiers poses a key challenge for man portable electronics market
5 SWOT Analysis of the Man-Portable Military Electronics Market
5.2 Strengths
5.2.1 Soldier survivability propelling the market for man-portable military electronics
5.2.2 Technological advancements driving the market for man-portable military electronics
5.2.3 Spread of asymmetric warfare across the globe
5.3 Weaknesses
5.3.1 Powering man portable electronics equipment poses significant challenges
5.3.2 Current military man portable information solutions facing technological and budgetary issues
5.4 Opportunities
5.4.1 Demand for electrically powered systems to witness robust growth during the forecast period
5.4.2 Soldier Modernization programs fuelling demand for man-portable military electronics
5.5 Threats
5.5.1 US and European economic crisis
6 Country Analysis - Man-Portable Military Electronics Market
6.1 United States Market Size and Forecast 2013-2023
6.1.1 Communication systems expected to account for the largest share of US man-portable military electronics market
6.1.2 Spending on ISTAR systems expected to increase during the forecast period
6.1.3 Force protection segment is expected to constitute the third largest market share in the US
6.2 Russia Market Size and Forecast 2013-2023
6.2.1 ISTAR systems is the largest segment in Russia man portable systems over the forecast period
6.2.2 Man-portable communications systems to register a CAGR of 1.64% over the forecast period
6.3 The United Kingdom Market Size and Forecast 2013-2023
6.3.1 Force Protection segment to lead the man-portable military electronics market over the forecast period
6.3.2 Manpack communications systems market in the UK to increase over the forecast period
6.3.3 ISTAR systems market to increase during the forecast period
6.4 France Market Size and Forecast 2013-2023
6.4.1 Expenditure on ISTAR systems in France to remain high during the forecast period
6.4.2 Man-Portable communication systems to register a CAGR of 5.24% over the forecast period
6.5 China Market Size and Forecast 2013-2023
6.5.1 Force protection to account for the highest segment of expenditure in the Chinese man portable electronics market
6.5.2 Spending on ISTAR segment to grow at a CAGR of 14.13% over the forecast period
6.6 Indian Market Size and Forecast 2013-2023
6.6.1 Most of Indian spending on man portable electronics to directed towards Force Protection
6.6.2 Indian expenditure on man portable communications solutions to increase at a CAGR of 7.24%
6.6.3 ISTAR to account for the third largest segment of expenditure by India
6.7 Australian Market Size and Forecast 2013-2023
6.7.1 ISTAR to account for the largest share of Australian expenditure during the forecast period
6.7.2 Market for man portable communication systems to decline at a CAGR of -5.59% over the forecast period
6.8 UAE Man-Portable Electronics Market Size and Forecast 2013-2023
6.8.1 The UAE force protection man-portable electronics market will register a decline during the forecast period
6.8.2 Expenditure on the man-portable communication electronics expected to increase during the forecast period
6.8.3 Man portable ISTAR systems to account for the third highest segment during the forecast period
6.9 Israel Market Size and Forecast 2013-2023
6.9.1 The market for man-portable force protection electronics expected to increase during the forecast period
6.9.2 Man-portable communication systems will post moderate growth
6.9.3 Man-portable ISTAR systems to be the smallest segment in the overall category
6.1 Brazil Market Size and Forecast 2013-2023
6.10.1 ISTAR to account for the highest segment of expenditure in Brazil
6.10.2 The market for man portable communication systems in Brazil to grow at a CAGR of 5.54%
6.11 South Africa Market Size and Forecast 2013-2023
6.11.1 Communication systems to account for the highest proportion of expenditure by South Africa on man-portable electronics
6.11.2 ISTAR market in South Africa to increase during the forecast period
7 Major Man-Portable Military Electronics Programs
7.1 Communication systems
7.1.1 US - Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) Handheld, Manpack, and Small Form Fit (HMS) Program
7.1.2 India - Tactical Communication Systems Procurement
7.1.3 US - Software and Systems Engineering Services Program
7.2 ISTAR
7.2.1 US - Night Vision Devices and Thermal Weapon Sights Procurement
7.2.2 US - Lightweight Laser Designator Rangefinder (LLDR) program
7.2.3 India - The Future Infantry Soldier as a System (F-INSAS) program Phase II
7.3 Force Protection
7.3.1 India - Man Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS) Procurement
7.3.2 China - FN-6 MANPADS Procurement
7.3.3 China - QW-18 MANPADS Procurement
8 Competitive Landscape and Strategic Insights
8.1 Competitive Landscape overview
8.1.1 Harris Corporation: overview
8.1.2 Harris Corporation: products and services
8.1.3 Harris Corporation: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.4 Harris Corporation: alliances
8.1.5 Harris Corporation: recent contract wins
8.1.6 Harris Corporation: financial analysis
8.1.7 L-3 Communications: overview
8.1.8 L-3 Communications: products and services
8.1.9 L-3 Communications: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.10 L-3 Communications: recent contract wins
8.1.11 L-3 Communications: financial analysis
8.1.12 General Dynamics: overview
8.1.13 General Dynamics: products and services
8.1.14 General Dynamics: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.15 General Dynamics: recent contract wins
8.1.16 General Dynamics: financial analysis
8.1.17 Aero Vironment: overview
8.1.18 Aero Vironment: products and services
8.1.19 Aero Vironment: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.20 Aero Vironment: alliances
8.1.21 Aero Vironment: recent contract wins
8.1.22 Aero Vironment: financial analysis
8.1.23 Elbit Systems Ltd: overview
8.1.24 Elbit Systems Ltd: products and services
8.1.25 Elbit Systems Ltd: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.26 Elbit Systems Ltd: recent contract wins
8.1.27 Elbit Systems Ltd: financial analysis
8.1.28 Codan: overview
8.1.29 Codan: products and services
8.1.30 Codan: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.31 Codan: Alliances
8.1.32 Codan: recent contract wins
8.1.33 Codan: financial analysis
8.1.34 Rockwell Collins: overview
8.1.35 Rockwell Collins: products and services
8.1.36 Rockwell Collins: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.37 Rockwell Collins: alliances
8.1.38 Rockwell Collins: recent contract wins
8.1.39 Rockwell Collins: financial analysis
8.1.40 SAAB: overview
8.1.41 SAAB: products and services
8.1.42 SAAB: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.43 SAAB: alliances
8.1.44 SAAB: recent contract wins
8.1.45 SAAB: financial analysis
8.1.46 Safran Group: Overview
8.1.47 Safran Group: Products and Services
8.1.48 Safran Group: Recent announcements and Strategic initiatives
8.1.49 Safran Group: Alliances
8.1.50 Safran Group: Recent Contract Wins
8.1.51 Safran Group: Financial Analysis
8.1.52 ASELSAN
8.1.53 ASELSAN: products and services
8.1.54 ASELSAN: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.55 ASELSAN: alliances
8.1.56 ASELSAN: recent contract wins
8.1.57 ASELSAN: financial analysis
8.1.58 Finmeccanica: overview
8.1.59 Finmeccanica: products and services
8.1.60 Finmeccanica: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.61 Finmeccanica: alliances
8.1.62 Finmeccanica: recent contract wins
8.1.63 Finmeccanica: financial analysis
8.1.64 ITT Exelis: overview
8.1.65 ITT Exelis: products and services
8.1.66 ITT Exelis: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.67 ITT Exelis: alliances
8.1.68 ITT Exelis: recent contract wins
8.1.69 ITT Exelis: financial analysis
8.1.70 FLIR Systems, Inc.: overview
8.1.71 FLIR Systems, Inc.: products and services
8.1.72 FLIR Systems, Inc.: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.73 FLIR Systems, Inc.: alliances
8.1.74 FLIR Systems, Inc.: recent contract wins
8.1.75 FLIR Systems, Inc.: financial analysis
8.1.76 Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC): overview
8.1.77 Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC): products and services
8.1.78 Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC): recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.79 Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC): recent contract wins
8.1.80 Thales: overview
8.1.81 Thales: products and services
8.1.82 Thales: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.83 Thales: alliances
8.1.84 Thales: recent contract wins
8.1.85 Thales: financial analysis
9 Appendix
9.1 Methodology
9.2 About SDI
9.3 Disclaimer

List of Tables

Table 1: Global Man-Portable Military Electronics Market Overview
Table 2: SWOT Analysis of the Man-Portable Military Electronics market
Table 3: Leading Man-Portable Military Electronics Markets and Top Three Segments
Table 4: US Man-Portable Military Electronics Market Overview
Table 5: Key Man-Portable Military Electronics programs
Table 6: Russian Man-Portable Electronics' Systems Market Overview
Table 7: Major Russian Man-Portable Military Electronics Programs
Table 8: UK Man-Portable Electronics' Market Overview
Table 9: Major UK Man-Portable Electronics' Programs
Table 10: France Man-Portable Electronics Market Overview
Table 11: Key French Man-Portable Electronics' Systems' Programs
Table 12: Chinese Man Portable Electronics Market Overview
Table 13: Indian Man Portable Electronics Systems Market Overview
Table 14: Australian Man Portable Electronics Systems Market Overview
Table 15: Israel Man-Portable Electronics Market Overview
Table 16: Major Israel Man-Portable Electronics' Programs
Table 17: Brazilian Man Portable Electronics Market Overview
Table 18: South African Man-Portable Military Electronics Market Overview
Table 19: Key South African Man-Portable Military Electronics Programs
Table 20: Program Details - JTRS HMS program
Table 21: Program Details - Tactical Communication Systems Procurement
Table 22: Program Details - Software and Systems Engineering Services Program
Table 23: Program Details - Night Vision Devices and Thermal Weapon Sights Procurement:
Table 24: Program Details - Lightweight Laser Designator Rangefinder (LLDR) program
Table 25: Program Details - Future Infantry Soldier as a System (F-INSAS) program
Table 26: Program Details - Man Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS) Procurement
Table 27: Program Details - FN-6 MANPADS Procurement
Table 28: Program Details - QW-18 MANPADS Procurement
Table 29: Harris Corporation - Alliances
Table 30: Harris Corporation - Recent Contract Wins
Table 31: L-3 Communications - Recent Contract Wins
Table 32: General Dynamics - Recent Contract Wins
Table 33: Aero Vironment - Alliances
Table 34: Aero Vironment - Recent Contract Wins
Table 35: Elbit Systems - Alliances
Table 36: Elbit Systems - Recent Contract Wins
Table 37: Codan - Alliances
Table 38: Codan - Recent Contract Wins
Table 39: Rockwell Collins - Alliances
Table 40: Rockwell Collins - Recent Contract Wins
Table 41: SAAB - Alliances
Table 42: SAAB - Recent Contract Wins
Table 43: Safran Group - Alliances
Table 44: Safran Group - Recent Contract Wins
Table 45: ASELSAN- Alliances
Table 46: ASELSAN - recent contract wins
Table 47: Finmeccanica - Alliances
Table 48: Finmeccanica - Recent Contract Wins
Table 49: ITT Exelis - Alliances
Table 50: ITT Exelis - Recent Contract Wins
Table 51: FLIR Systems, Inc. - Alliances
Table 52: FLIR Systems, Inc. - Recent Contract Wins
Table 53: Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) - Recent Contract Wins
Table 54: Thales - Alliances
Table 55: Thales - Recent Contract Wins

List of Tables

Figure 1: Global Man-Portable Military Electronics Market (US$ Billion), 2013-2023
Figure 2: Man-Portable Military Electronics Market Breakdown by Region (%), 2013-2023
Figure 3: North American Man-Portable Military Electronics Market (US$ Billion), 2013-2023
Figure 4: European Man-Portable Military Electronics Market (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 5: African Man-Portable Military Electronics Market (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 6: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top Three European Defense Spenders (US$ Billion), 2013-2023
Figure 7: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top Three Asian Defense Spenders (US$ Billion), 2013-2023
Figure 8: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top North American Defense Spenders (US$ Billion), 2013-2023
Figure 9: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top Three South American Defense Spenders (US$ Billion), 2013-2023
Figure 10: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top Three African Countries (US$ Billion), 2013-2023
Figure 11: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top Three Middle Eastern Defense Spenders (US$ Billion), 2013-2023
Figure 12: Man-Portable Military Electronics Market in the US (US$ Billion), 2013-2023
Figure 13: Man-Portable Military Electronics Market Split By Category in the US (%), 2013-2023
Figure 14: Communication Systems Market Size in the US (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 15: ISTAR Market Size in the US (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 16: Force Protection Market Size in the US (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 17: Man-Portable Electronics' Systems Market in the Russia (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 18: Man-portable Electronics' Market By Category in Russia (%), 2013-2023
Figure 19: ISTAR Man-Portable Electronics' Market Size in Russia (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 20: Communications Systems Man Portable Electronics' Market Size in Russia (US$ million), 2013-2023
Figure 21: Man-Portable Electronics' Market in the UK (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 22: Man-Portable Electronics' Market Split by Sector in the UK (%), 2013-2023
Figure 23: Force Protection Market Size in the UK (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 24: Communication Systems Market Size in the UK (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 25: Man-Portable ISTAR Market Size in the UK (US$ million), 2013-2023
Figure 26: Man-Portable Electronics' Systems' Market in France (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 27: Man-Portable Electronics' Market Split by Sector in France (%), 2013-2023
Figure 28: ISTAR Market Size in France (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 29: Man-Portable Communication Systems Market Size in France (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 30: Man Portable Electronics Market in China (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 31: Man Portable Electronics Market Split By Category in China (%), 2013-2023
Figure 32: Force Protection Market Size in China (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 33: ISTAR Market Size in China (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 34: Man Portable Electronics Market in India (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 35: Man Portable Electronics Market Split by Sector in India (%), 2013-2023
Figure 36: Force Protection Market Size in India (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 37: Communication Market Size in India (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 38: ISTAR Market Size in India (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 39: Australian Man Portable Electronics Market (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 40: Man Portable Electronics Market Split by Sector in Australia (%), 2013-2023
Figure 41: ISTAR Systems Market Size in Australia (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 42: Communication System Market Size in Australia (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 43: Israel Man-Portable Electronics (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 44: Man-Portable Electronics' Market Split by Sector in Israel (%), 2013-2023
Figure 45: Man-Portable Force Protection Electronics Market Size in Israel (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 46: Man-Portable Communications Systems Market Size in Israel (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 47: Man-Portable ISTAR Systems Market Size in Israel (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 48: Man Portable Electronics Market in Brazil (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 49: Man Portable Electronics Market Split By Category in Brazil (%), 2013-2023
Figure 50: ISTAR Market Size in Brazil (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 51: Communication Systems Market Size in Brazil (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 52: Man-Portable Military Electronics Market in South Africa (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 53: Man-Portable Military Electronics Market Split by Sector in South Africa (%), 2013-2023
Figure 54: Communication Systems Market Size in South Africa (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 55: ISTAR Market Size in South Africa (US$ Million), 2013-2023
Figure 56: Harris Corporation - Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Billion), 2008-2012
Figure 57: Harris Corporation - Operating Profit (US$ Million), 2008-2012
Figure 58: Harris Corporation - Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2008-2012
Figure 59: L-3 Communications. - Operating Profit (US$ Million), FY2008-2012
Figure 60: L-3 Communications. - Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2008-20112
Figure 61: General Dynamics - Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ billion), 2008-2012
Figure 62: General Dynamics - Operating Profit (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 63: General Dynamics - Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ million), 2006-2010
Figure 64: Aero Vironment - Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2008-2012
Figure 65: Aero Vironment - Operating Profit (US$ Million), 2008-2012
Figure 66: Aero Vironment - Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2008-2012
Figure 67: Elbit Systems Ltd - Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ billion), 2008-2012
Figure 68: Elbit Systems Ltd - Operating Profit (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 69: Elbit Systems Ltd - Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 70: Codan - Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ billion), 2008-2012
Figure 71: Codan - Operating Profit (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 72: Codan - Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 73: Rockwell Collins - Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ billion), 2008-2012
Figure 74: Rockwell Collins - Operating Profit (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 75: Rockwell Collins - Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 76: SAAB - Revenue Trend Analysis (SEK billion), 2008-2012
Figure 77: SAAB - Operating Profit (SEK million), 2008-2012
Figure 78: SAAB - Net Profit Trend Analysis (SEK million), 2008-2012
Figure 79: Safran Group - Revenue Trend Analysis (EUR Billion), 2008-2012
Figure 80: Safran Group - Operating Profit (EUR Million), 2008-2012
Figure 81: Safran Group - Net Profit Trend Analysis (EUR Million), 2008-2012
Figure 82: ASELSAN - Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 83: ASELSAN - Operating Profit (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 84: ASELSAN - Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 85: Finmeccanica: - Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ billion), 2008-2012
Figure 86: Finmeccanica: - Operating Profit (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 87: Finmeccanica: - Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 88: ITT Exelis - Operating Profit (US$ Million), FY2008-2012
Figure 89: ITT Exelis - Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2008-2012
Figure 90: FLIR Systems, Inc. - Operating Profit (US$ Million), FY2008-2012
Figure 91: FLIR Systems, Inc. - Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2008-2012
Figure 92: Thales - Operating Profit (EUR Million), FY2008-2012
Figure 93: Thales - Net Profit Trend Analysis (EUR Million), FY2008-2012

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Harris Corporation, L-3 Communications, General Dynamics, Aero Vironment, Elbit Systems Ltd, Codan, Aselsan, Finmeccanica, FLIR Systems Inc., ITT Exelis, Rockwell Collins, Saab, Safran, Sierra Nevada Corporation, Thales

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