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- Jan Seidel, Head of Business Development and Support, Rheinmetall Defence Electronics
- Juan Pablo Torres, CEO, MASA Group
- Barry Po, Senior Director - Product and Business Development, NGRAIN
- Capt. Paolo Trotta, Project Officer - Attack Helicopter, Italian Army Aviation

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Along with revenue prediction for the overall world market, you will find revenue forecasts to 2026 for the following submarkets: These forecasts are presented at the global level and also for each of the 12 national markets.
- Airborne Simulation and Training
- Maritime Simulation and Training
- Ground Simulation and Training
- Other Simulation and Training

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- Australia
- Brazil
- Canada
- France
- Germany
- India
- Israel
- Italy
- Japan
- South Korea
- United Kingdom
- United States
- RoW



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See extensive profiles of the leading 18 companies in the military simulation & virtual training market
- Airbus Group SE
- BAE Systems
- CAE
- Cubic
- Elbit Systems
- Finmeccanica Spa
- General Dynamics Corporation
- L-3 Communications Holdings
- Lockheed Martin Corporation
- Meggitt PLC
- Northrop Grumman Corporation
- Raytheon Company
- Rheinmetall AG
- Rockwell Collins Inc
- Saab AB
- Textron Inc
- Thales Group
- The Boeing Company

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Overall world revenue for Military Simulation and Virtual Training will reach $9,601m in 2016 our work calculates. We predict strong revenue growth through to 2026. Increasing investment from emerging countries like India and increasing demand for Ground Simulation and Training will increase sales to 2026.

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- Acquisition of next-generation military capabilities
- Economic slowdown of mature economies
- Worldwide military modernisation programmes
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- Revenue forecasts to 2026 for the world Military Simulation and Virtual Training market and 4 submarkets – discover the industry’s prospects, finding the most lucrative places for investments and revenues
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- Further qualitative analysis of four national markets in the Rest of the World section: China, Russia, Saudi Arabia and South Africa.
- Predicted revenues of Four leading Military Simulation and Virtual Training submarkets to 2026 – Airborne, Maritime & Other Simulation and Training products
- Detailed contract tables, by region and for each leading company
- Discussion of what stimulates and restrains companies and the market
- Prospects for established firms and those seeking to enter the market
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Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Report 2016-2026: Top Companies, Forecasts and Analysis For Airborne, Ground, Maritime and Other Simulation and Training Platforms
1. Report Overview
1.1 Global Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview
1.2 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Segmentation
1.3 Why You Should Read this Report
1.4 How this Report Delivers
1.5 Key Questions Answered by this Analytical Report Include:
1.6 Who is this Report for?
1.7 Methodology
1.7.1 Primary Research
1.7.2 Secondary Research
1.7.3 Market Evaluation and Forecasting Methodology
1.8 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1.9 Associated visiongain Reports
1.10 About visiongain

2. Introduction to the Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
2.1 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Structure
2.2 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Definition
2.3 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarkets Definition
2.3.1 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Airborne SandT Submarket Definition
2.3.1.1 Aircraft Simulation and Virtual Training
2.3.1.2 Helicopter Simulation and Virtual Training
2.3.1.3 UAVs Simulation and Virtual Training
2.3.2 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Maritime SandT Submarket Definition
2.3.3 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Ground SandT Submarket Definition
2.3.3.1 Land Vehicles Simulation and Training
2.3.3.2 Combat Simulation and Training
2.3.4 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Others: Medical and Culture and Language Submarket Definition
2.4 Key Definitions for Military Simulation and Virtual Training Solutions Included in the Report
2.4.1 LVC Simulation Training
2.4.1.1 Live Simulation Training
2.4.1.2 Virtual Simulation Training
2.4.1.3 Constructive Simulation Training
2.4.2 Synthetic Training
2.4.3 Serious Games

3. Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market 2016-2026
3.1 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2016-2026
3.2 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Drivers and Restraints 2016
3.2.1 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016: Analysis
3.2.1.1 Increased Defence Spending and Economic Constraints
3.2.1.2 Major Next-Generation Platforms Programmes
3.2.1.3 Interoperability, Cost-Effectiveness, Realism, Scalability, Immersiveness and Deployability
3.2.1.4 Internationalisation of Companies, Joint Ventures and Complexity of the Supply Chain

4. Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast 2016-2026
4.1 Overview of the Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarkets Forecast 2016-2026
4.2 Military Simulation and Virtual Training - Airborne SandT Submarket Forecast 2016-2026
4.2.1 Military Simulation and Virtual Training - Airborne SandT Submarket Analysis
4.2.2 Military Simulation and Virtual Training - Airborne SandT Submarket by Application Forecast 2016-2026
4.2.2.1 Overview of the Military Simulation and Virtual Training - Airborne SandT Submarket by Application Forecasts 2016-2026
4.3 Military Simulation and Virtual Training - Maritime SandT Submarket Forecast 2016-2026
4.3.1 Military Simulation and Virtual Training - Maritime SandT Submarket Analysis
4.4 Military Simulation and Virtual Training - Ground SandT Submarket Forecast 2016-2026
4.4.1 Overview of the Global Military Simulation and Virtual Training - Ground SandT Submarket 2016-2026
4.4.2 Military Simulation and Virtual Training - Ground SandT Submarket by Application Forecast 2016-2026
4.4.2.1 Overview of the Military Simulation and Virtual Training - Ground SandT Submarket by Application Forecasts 2016-2026
4.5 Military Simulation and Virtual Training - Others - Medical, Cultural and Language SandT Submarket Forecast 2016-2026
4.5.1 Overview of the Military Simulation and Virtual Training - Others: Medical, Cultural and Language SandT Submarket
4.6 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Cumulative Market Share Forecast 2016-2026

5. Leading National Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.1 Leading National Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Share Forecast 2016-2026
5.2 Australia's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.2.1 Australia's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview 2016-2026
5.2.2 Australia's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.2.3 Australia's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Sector Expand To Meet Force 2030 Goals
5.2.4 Australia's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts and Programmes 2010-2015
5.3 Brazil's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.3.1 Brazil's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview 2016-2026
5.3.2 Brazil's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.3.3 Brazil's Domestic Security Concerns Will Drive Investment in Military Simulation and Virtual Training Solutions
5.3.4 Brazil's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts and Programmes 2010-2015
5.4 Canada's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.4.1 Canada's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview 2016-2026
5.4.2 Canada's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.4.3 Canada Profits From Simulation Training's Cost-Efficiency to Enhance Capability of Its Military Forces
5.4.4 Canada's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts and Programmes 2010-2035
5.5 France's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.5.1 France's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview 2016-2026
5.5.2 France's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.5.3 France Modernises Its Military Forces To Face Mounting Security Threats
5.5.4 France's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts and Programmes 2011-2015
5.6 Germany's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.6.1 Germany's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview 2016-2026
5.6.2 Germany's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.6.3 Germany's Commitment To Revitalise Military Simulation And Virtual Training
5.6.4 Germany's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts and Programmes 2010-2015
5.7 India's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.7.1 India's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview 2016-2026
5.7.2 India's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.7.3 India Set to Invest In Cost-Efficient and High-Tech Capabilities as Part of Made in India Project
5.7.4 India's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts and Programmes 2011-2015
5.8 Israel's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.8.1 Israel's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview 2016-2026
5.8.2 Israel's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.8.3 Israeli Security Concerns Drive Investment For High-Tech Simulation Training Solutions
5.8.4 Israel's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts and Programmes 2011-2015
5.9 Italy's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.9.1 Italian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview 2016-2026
5.9.2 Italy's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.9.3 Italy Set To Invest In Virtual Training To Guarantee Readiness Of Forces Against A Shrinking Defence Budget
5.9.4 Italian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts and Programmes 2010-2015
5.10 Japan's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.10.1 Japan's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview 2016-2026
5.10.2 Japan's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.10.3 Japan to Invest to Reinvigorate Its Status as Maritime Power
5.10.4 Japan's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts and Programmes 2012-2015
5.11 South Korea's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.11.1 South Korea's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview 2016-2026
5.11.2 South Korea's Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.11.3 South Korea Invests in Next-Generation Platforms and Simulation Training Solutions
5.11.4 South Korean Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts and Programmes 2011-2015
5.12 United Kingdom (UK) Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.12.1 UK Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview 2016-2026
5.12.2 UK Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.12.3 The UK Opts For Technological, Cost-Effective Solutions To Modernise Its Armed Forces
5.12.4 UK Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts and Programmes 2010-2015
5.13 United States of America (US) Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.13.1 US Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview 2016-2026
5.13.2 US Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.13.3 US Invest In Synthetic Training Systems Despite Defence Budget Cuts
5.13.4 US Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts and Programmes 2010-2015
5.14 Rest of the World (RoW) Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.14.1 ROW Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview 2016-2026
5.14.2 ROW Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.14.3 ROW - Asia - Pacific Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market 2016-2026
5.14.3.1 China Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market 2016-2026
5.14.3.1.1 China Military Simulation and Virtual Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.14.3.1.2 China's Modernisation Plan Requires Simulation Training for an High-Technology PLA
5.14.3.1.3 Chinese Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Major Contracts and Programmes 2011-2013
5.14.3.2 Rest of Asia - Pacific Region Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Major Contracts and Programmes 2010-2015
5.14.4 ROW - Europe Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market 2016-2026
5.14.4.1 Russia Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market 2016-2026
5.14.4.1.1 Russia Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.14.4.1.2 State Armament Programme will Drive New Simulation and Training Investment
5.14.4.1.3 Russia Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Major Contracts and Programmes 2011-2014
5.14.4.2 Rest of Europe Region Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Major Contracts and Programmes 2010-2015
5.14.5 ROW - Middle East and Africa Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market 2016-2026
5.14.5.1 Saudi Arabia Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market 2016-2026
5.14.5.1.1 Saudi Arabia Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.14.5.1.2 Saudi Arabia's New Foreign Policy Posture Drives Defence Spending
5.14.5.1.3 Saudi Arabia Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts and Programmes 2009-2015
5.14.5.2 South Africa Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market 2016-2026
5.14.5.2.1 South Africa Military Simulation and Virtual Market Drivers and Restraints 2016
5.14.5.2.2 South Africa is Set to Invest in Military Simulation Solutions Despite Economic Constraints
5.14.5.2.3 South Africa Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts and Programmes 2014
5.14.5.3 Rest of Middle East and Africa Region Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Major Contracts and Programmes 2010-2015
5.14.6 Other Row Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.15 Leading National Military Simulation and Virtual Training Markets Cumulative Market Share Forecast 2016-2026

6. SWOT Analysis of the Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market 2016-2026

7. Expert Opinion
7.1 Rheinmetall Defence Electronics, Jan Seidel, Head of Business Development and Support
7.1.1 Army Live Simulation Solutions
7.1.2 Naval Simulation Solutions
7.1.3 Flight Simulation and Maintenance Simulation
7.1.4 Flight Simulation Goes beyond Simulators
7.1.5 Joint Training Solutions
7.1.6 Key Future Regional Markets
7.1.7 Opportunities for Holistic Training Solutions
7.1.8 Rising Demand for Synthetic Simulation Solution: Constraints
7.2 MASA Group, CEO, Juan Pablo Torres
7.2.1 MASA Group SWORD®
7.2.2 SWORD: More than an Average War-game
7.2.3 SWORD: Fifteen Nations and Growing Strong
7.2.4 Market Opportunities for MASA Group
7.2.5 SWORD: A Customisable COTS Product
7.2.6 SWORD's Open Architecture
7.2.7 A Definition of Synthetic Training
7.2.8 Future Trends in the Military Simulation Market
7.2.9 MASA Group and the Military Simulation Market
7.2.10 MASA Group, Axes of Growth
7.2.11 The Future of SWORD
7.3 NGRAIN, Barry Po, Senior Director - Product and Business Development
7.3.1 NGRAIN Vergence
7.3.2 Valuable Partnership with Lockheed Martin on the F-35 and F-22 Fighter Programmes
7.3.3 Key Trends for the Future of Military Simulation and Virtual Training
7.3.4 Main Obstacle Rests with the People and Culture
7.3.5 Global Opportunity for New MILSIM Technologies
7.3.6 COTS is the Solution to Budget Restraints
7.4 Italian Army Aviation, Capt. Paolo Trotta, Project Officer - Attack Helicopter
7.4.1 Simulation and Training Systems Employed by the Italian Army
7.4.2 Synthetic Training for Missions in Urban Scenarios
7.4.3 Main Suppliers of Simulation Technologies
7.4.4 The Italian Army's Spending and Costs of Flight Simulators
7.4.5 Italian Military Forces' Budget for Simulation and Training
7.4.6 Flight Simulators Upgrades and Long-Term Costs
7.4.7 Next-generation Synthetic Training Environment for Rotary Wings
7.4.8 Other Platform Programmes for the Italian Army
7.4.9 Joint Simulation Training Will Be Operative in the Future
7.4.10 The Hurdles of the F-35 Jet Fighter Simulator
7.4.11 Operational Scenarios for Virtual Training
7.4.12 Portable and Wearable Devices Are the Future of Military Simulation
7.4.13 Growth in the Middle East for Simulation and Training Systems
7.4.14 Future Trends in the Italian MILSIM Market
7.4.15 Three Keywords: Deployable, Zero Infrastructure, Modular
7.4.16 No Need for Mock-up

8. Leading 18 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Companies
8.1 Leading 18 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Company Sales Share Analysis 2015
8.2 Airbus Group SE
8.2.1 Airbus Group SE Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012-2015
8.2.2 Airbus Group SE Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.2.3 Airbus Group SE Net Profit 2010-2014
8.2.4 Airbus Group SE Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.2.5 Airbus Group SE Sales by Segment of Business 2012-2014
8.2.6 Airbus Group SE Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.2.7 Airbus Group SE Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.2.8 Airbus Group SE Military Simulation and Virtual Training Notable Products / Services
8.2.9 Airbus Group SE Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.2.10 Airbus Group SE Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.2.11 Airbus DS to Expand Business Operations in Emerging Markets
8.3 BAE Systems PLC
8.3.1 BAE Systems Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2011-2015
8.3.2 BAE Systems Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.3.3 BAE Systems Net Profit 2010-2014
8.3.4 BAE Systems Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.3.5 BAE Systems Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.3.6 BAE Systems Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.3.7 BAE Systems Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.3.8 BAE Systems Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.3.9 BAE Systems Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.2.10 BAE Systems Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.3.11 BAE Systems is involved in Major Simulation Programmes for New Capabilities such as the F-35B And QEC
8.4 The Boeing Company
8.4.1 The Boeing Company Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.4.2 The Boeing Company Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.4.3 The Boeing Company Net Profit 2010-2014
8.4.4 The Boeing Company Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.4.5 The Boeing Company Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.4.6 The Boeing Company Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.2.7 The Boeing Company Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.4.8 The Boeing Company Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.4.9 The Boeing Company Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.4.10 The Boeing Company's Strong Future Outlook in the Military Simulation Market
8.5 CAE Inc
8.5.1 CAE Inc Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.5.2 CAE Inc Total Company Sales 2011-2015
8.5.3 CAE Inc Sales in the Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market 2011-2015
8.5.4 CAE Inc Net Profit 2011-2015
8.5.5 CAE Inc Net Capital Expenditure 2011-2015
8.5.6 CAE Inc Sales by Segment of Business 2011-2015
8.5.7 CAE Inc Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.5.8 CAE Inc Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.5.9 CAE Inc Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.5.10 CAE Inc Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.5.11 CAE Inc Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.5.12 CAE Continues to Be the Leading Simulation and Virtual Training Manufacturer and Supplier
8.6 Cubic Inc
8.6.1 Cubic Inc Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.6.2 Cubic Inc Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.6.3 Cubic Inc Net Profit 2010-2014
8.6.4 Cubic Inc Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.6.5 Cubic Inc Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.6.6 Cubic Inc Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.7.7 Cubic Inc Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.7.8 Cubic Inc Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.7.9 Cubic Inc Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.7.10 Cubic Inc Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.7.11 Cubic Leader in Immersive Training Solutions
8.7 Elbit Systems
8.7.1 Elbit Systems Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2014
8.7.2 Elbit Systems Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.7.3 Elbit Systems Net Profit 2010-2014
8.7.4 Elbit Systems Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.7.5 Elbit Systems Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.7.6 Elbit Systems Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.7.7 Elbit Systems Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.7.8 Elbit Systems Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.7.9 Elbit Systems Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.7.10 Elbit Systems Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.7.11 Elbit Systems is a Leading Provider of UAV's Simulation Training Systems
8.8 Finmeccanica Spa
8.8.1 Finmeccanica Spa Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.8.2 Finmeccanica Spa Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.8.3 Finmeccanica Spa Net Profit/Loss 2010-2014
8.8.4 Finmeccanica Spa Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.8.5 Finmeccanica Spa Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.8.6 Finmeccanica Spa Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.8.7 Finmeccanica Spa Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.8.8 Finmeccanica Spa Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.8.9 Finmeccanica Spa Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.8.10 Finmeccanica Spa Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.8.11 Finmeccanica Restructures Internally and Diversifies its Market Opportunities
8.9 General Dynamics Corporation
8.9.1 General Dynamics Corporation Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2014-2015
8.9.2 General Dynamics Corporation Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.9.3 General Dynamics Corporation Net Profit 2010-2014
8.9.4 General Dynamics Corporation Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.9.5 General Dynamics Corp Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.9.6 General Dynamics Corporation Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.9.7 General Dynamics Corporation Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.9.8 General Dynamics Corporation Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.9.9 General Dynamics Corporation Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.9.10 General Dynamics Corporation Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.9.11 General Dynamics Corporation Recovers From Years of Downturn
8.10 L-3 Communications Holdings
8.10.1 L-3 Communications Holdings Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.10.2 L-3 Communications Holdings Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.10.3 L-3 Communications Holdings Net Profit 2010-2014
8.10.4 L-3 Communications Holdings Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.10.5 L-3 Communications Holdings Sales by Segment of Business 2012-2014
8.10.6 L-3 Communications Holdings Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.10.7 L-3 Communications Holdings Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.10.8 L-3 Communications Holdings Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.10.9 L-3 Communications Holdings Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.10.10 L-3 Communications Holdings Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.10.11 L-3 Communications' Simulation and Training Business Grows Steady
8.11 Lockheed Martin Corporation
8.11.1 Lockheed Martin Corporation Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2011-2015
8.11.2 Lockheed Martin Corporation Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.11.3 Lockheed Martin Corporation Net Profit 2010-2014
8.11.4 Lockheed Martin Corporation Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.11.5 Lockheed Martin Corp. Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.11.6 Lockheed Martin Corporation Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.11.7 Lockheed Martin Corporation Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.11.8 Lockheed Martin Corporation Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.11.9 Lockheed Martin Corporation Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.11.10 Lockheed Martin Corporation Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.11.11 Lockheed Martin Consolidates Its Position in the Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
8.12 Meggitt PLC
8.12.1 Meggitt Plc Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2011-2015
8.12.2 Meggitt Plc Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.12.3 Meggitt Plc Net Profit 2010-2014
8.12.4 Meggitt Plc Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.12.5 Meggitt Plc Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.12.6 Meggitt Plc Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.12.7 Meggitt Plc Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.12.8 Meggitt Plc Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.12.9 Meggitt Plc Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.2.10 Meggitt Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.12.11 Meggitt PLC Is Leader in Combined Live and Virtual Training Systems
8.13 Northrop Grumman Corporation
8.13.1 Northrop Grumman Corporation Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2011-2015
8.13.2 Northrop Grumman Corporation Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.13.3 Northrop Grumman Corporation Net Profit 2010-2014
8.13.4 Northrop Grumman Corporation Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.13.5 Northrop Grumman Corporation Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.13.6 Northrop Grumman Corporation Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.13.7 Northrop Grumman Corporation Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.13.8 Northrop Grumman Corporation Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.13.9 Northrop Grumman Corporation Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.13.10 Northrop Grumman Corporation Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.13.11 Northrop Grumman Consolidates Expertise in Immersive Virtual Training
8.14 Raytheon Company
8.14.1 Raytheon Company Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2013-2015
8.14.2 Raytheon Company Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.14.3 Raytheon Company Net Profit 2010-2014
8.14.4 Raytheon Company Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.14.5 Raytheon Company Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.14.6 Raytheon Company Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.14.7 Raytheon Company Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.14.8 Raytheon Company Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.2.9 Raytheon Company Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.14.10 Raytheon Company Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.14.11 Raytheon Company Continues Its Profitable Partnership with the US DoD
8.15 Rheinmetall AG
8.15.1 Rheinmetall AG Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2011-2015
8.15.2 Rheinmetall AG Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.15.3 Rheinmetall AG Net Profit 2010-2014
8.15.4 Rheinmetall AG Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.15.5 Rheinmetall AG Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.15.6 Rheinmetall AG Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.15.7 Rheinmetall AG Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.15.8 Rheinmetall AG Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.15.9 Rheinmetall AG Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.15.10 Rheinmetall AG Expands Business in New Markets
8.16 Rockwell Collins Inc
8.16.1 Rockwell Collins Inc Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012-2015
8.16.2 Rockwell Collins Inc Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.16.3 Rockwell Collins Inc Net Profit 2010-2014
8.16.4 Rockwell Collins Inc Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.16.5 Rockwell Collins Inc Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.16.6 Rockwell Collins Inc Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.16.7 Rockwell Collins Inc Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.16.8 Rockwell Collins Inc Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.16.9 Rockwell Collins Inc Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.16.10 Rockwell Collins Inc Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.16.11 Rockwell Collins Develops State-Of-The Art Simulation And Virtual Training Systems
8.17 Saab AB
8.17.1 Saab AB Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.17.2 Saab AB Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.17.3 Saab AB Net Profit 2010-2014
8.17.4 Saab AB Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.17.5 Saab AB Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.17.6 Saab AB Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.17.7 Saab AB Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.17.8 Saab AB Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.17.9 Saab AB Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.17.10 Saab AB Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.17.11 Saab Is Set to Play a Significant Role in Both Mature and Emerging Markets
8.18 Textron Inc
8.18.1 Textron Inc Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.18.2 Textron Inc Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.18.3 Textron Inc Net Profit 2010-2014
8.18.4 Textron Inc Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.18.5 Textron Inc Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.18.6 Textron Inc Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.18.7 Textron Inc Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.18.8 Textron Inc Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.18.9 Textron Inc Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.18.10 Textron Inc Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.18.11 Textron Inc Continues to Develop Its Expertise in Simulation and Training Systems
8.19 Thales Group
8.19.1 Thales Group Military Simulation and Virtual Training Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2011-2015
8.19.2 Thales Group Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.19.3 Thales Group Net Profit/Loss 2010-2014
8.19.4 Thales Group Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.19.5 Thales Group Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.19.6 Thales Group Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.19.7 Thales Group Organisational Structure / Notable Subsidiaries
8.19.8 Thales Group Military Simulation and Virtual Training Products / Services
8.19.9 Thales Group Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.19.10 Thales Group Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.19.11 Thales Training and Simulation Division Delivers Comprehensive Synthetic Simulation Systems to Armed Forces
8.20 Other Companies within the Military Simulation and Training Market

9. Conclusions and Recommendations

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