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- What are the prospects for the overall Electronic Warfare industry?
- Where are the business opportunities for Electronic Warfare?
- Who are the key players within the Electronic Warfare industry?
- What are the drivers and restraints underpinning the Electronic Warfare market?

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1) The report provides detailed profiles and market share analysis of 12 leading companies operating within the Electronic Warfare market:
- BAE Systems plc
- The Boeing Company
- Cobham plc
- Cohort plc
- Elbit Systems Ltd
- Finmeccanica SpA
- Harris Corporation (including Exelis, Inc.)
- L-3 Communications Holdings
- Lockheed Martin Corporation
- Northrop Grumman Corporation
- Raytheon Company
- Textron Inc

2) The study reveals where and how companies are investing in the Electronic Warfare market. We show you the prospects for the following national markets with each further subdivided into submarket forecasts for electronic attack, electronic protection and electronic support:
- Australia
- China
- France
- India
- Israel
- Italy
- Russia
- Saudi Arabia
- Turkey
- United States
- United Kingdom
- R.O.W

3) The analysis is also underpinned by our 3 exclusive interviews with leading experts
- Bruce Hargrave, Senior Lecturer and Military Academic Programmes Leader, The University of Lincoln.
- Byron Green, Vice President of Business Development at Textron Systems
- Ioannis Vagias, Lecturer in Electronic Warfare and RADAR, Cranfield University

4) Our overview also forecasts and analyses these submarkets from 2016-2026 at the global level and for each of the 11 national markets
- Electronic Attack
- Electronic Protection
- Electronic Support

5) See detailed tables of 343 electronic warfare contracts, projects and programmes

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Who should read this report?
- Anyone within the Electronic Warfare value chain.
- CEO’s
- COO’s
- CIO’s
- Business development managers
- Marketing managers
- Technologists
- Suppliers
- Investors
- Banks
- Government agencies
- Contractors

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Table Of Contents

Electronic Warfare (EW) Market Report 2016-2026: Forecasts and Analysis of Top Companies in Electronic Attack (EA), Electronic Protection (EP) and Electronic Support (ES)
1. Report Overview
1.1 Global Electronic Warfare Market Overview
1.2 Global Electronic Warfare 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 Electronic Warfare Market
2.1 Global Electronic Warfare Market Structure
2.2 Electronic Warfare Market Definition
2.3 Electronic Attack (EA) Submarket Definition
2.3.1 Radar Jamming and Deception
2.3.2 Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)
2.3.3 Directed Energy Weapons (DEWs)
2.3.4 Electromagnetic Pulses (EMP)
2.3.5 Directed Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCMs)
2.4 Electronic Protection (EP) Submarket Definition
2.4.1 Active Decoys
2.4.2 Towed Decoy Systems
2.4.3 Radar Reflective Decoy Chaff
2.4.4 Infrared (IR) Flare Dispensers
2.4.5 Electromagnetic Hardening
2.4.6 Emission Control (EMCON)
2.4.7 Spectrum Management
2.4.8 Wartime Reserve Modes (WARM)
2.5 Electronic Support (ES) Submarket Definition
2.5.1 Electronic Intelligence (ELINT)
2.5.2 Radar Warning Receivers (RWRs)
2.5.3 Laser Warning Receivers (LWRs)
2.5.4 Electronics Security
2.5.5 Electronic Warfare Education and Training
2.5.6 Electronic Warfare Testers

3. Global Electronic Warfare Market 2016-2026
3.1 Global Electronic Warfare Market Forecast 2016-2026
3.2 Global Electronic Warfare Drivers and Restraints 2016
3.3. Global Electronic Warfare Market Drivers 2016
3.3.1 Large Increase in EA Research and Development by Russia and China Will Drive the U.S. Market
3.3.2 Increased Demand for Improved EA Relating to Counter Insurgency
3.3.3 New Long Range Strike-Bomber (LRSB) Announced by U.S. Air Force
3.3.4 Military Strategists are Beginning to See the Utility of UAV's in EA
3.3.5 Introduction of Gallium Nitride
3.3.6 The Next Generation Jammer (NGJ)
3.3.7 Growing Demand for EW Capabilities within Civilian Markets
3.3.8 Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP)
3.3.9 The Integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) within ES platforms
3.4 Global Electronic Warfare Market Restraints 2016
3.4.1 Cyber Warfare Capabilities are Becoming as Effective as EA Capabilities
3.4.2 Defence Budgets in a Number of Countries Have Been Constrained by Austerity
3.4.3 Western Forces are Gradually Withdrawing from Afghanistan, Iraq and the Middle East as a Whole
3.4.4 High Technological Barriers for Entry

4. Global Electronic Warfare Submarket Forecast 2016-2026
4.1 Global Electronic Warfare Electronic Attack Submarket Forecast 2016-2026
4.1.1 Global Electronic Warfare Electronic Attack Submarket Analysis
4.2 Global Electronic Warfare Electronic Protection Submarket Forecast 2016-2026
4.2.1 Global Electronic Warfare Electronic Protection Submarket Analysis
4.3 Global Electronic Warfare Electronic Support Submarket Forecast 2016-2026
4.3.1 Global Electronic Warfare Electronic Support Analysis
4.4 Global Electronic Warfare Submarket Cumulative Market Share Forecast 2016-2026

5. Leading National Electronic Warfare Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.1 Global Electronic Warfare Market by National Market Share Forecast 2016-2026
5.2 Australian Electronic Warfare Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.2.1 Australian Electronic Warfare Market Contracts and Programmes
5.2.2 Australian Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.2.3 Australian Electronic Warfare Market Drivers and Restraints
5.3 Chinese Electronic Warfare Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.3.1 Chinese Electronic Warfare Market Contracts and Programmes
5.3.2 Chinese Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.3.3 Beware of Chinese Dragons: A Caveat for Investors
5.3.4 Chinese Electronic Warfare Market Drivers and Restraints
5.4 French Electronic Warfare Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.4.1 French Electronic Warfare Market Contracts and Programmes
5.4.2 French Electronic Warfare Analysis
5.4.3 French Electronic Warfare Market Drivers and Restraints
5.5 Indian Electronic Warfare Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.5.1 Indian Electronic Warfare Market Contracts and Programmes
5.5.2 Indian Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.5.3 India's Electronic Warfare Modernisation
5.5.4 Indian Electronic Warfare Market Drivers and Restraints
5.6 Israeli Electronic Warfare Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.6.1 Israeli Electronic Warfare Market Contracts and Programmes
5.6.2 Israeli Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.6.3 Elbit Systems: Israel's Premier EW Provider
5.6.4 Decline and Fall: Israeli Aerospace Industries' Recent Poor Performance
5.6.5 Israeli Electronic Warfare Market Drivers and Restraints
5.7 Italian Electronic Warfare Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.7.1 Italian Electronic Warfare Market Contracts and Programmes
5.7.2 Italian Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.7.3 Italian Electronic Warfare Market Drivers and Restraints
5.8 Russian Electronic Warfare Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.8.1 Russian Electronic Warfare Market Contracts and Programmes
5.8.2 Russian Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.8.3 KRET's involvement in the Russian Electronic Warfare Market
5.8.4 Syria and Ukraine as a testing ground for Russia's EW capabilities
5.8.5 Russian Electronic Warfare Market Drivers and Restraints
5.9 Saudi Arabian Electronic Warfare Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.9.1 Saudi Arabian Electronic Warfare Market Contracts and Programmes
5.9.2 Saudi Arabian Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.9.3 Saudi Arabian Electronic Warfare Market Drivers and Restraints
5.10 Turkish Electronic Warfare Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.10.1 Turkish Electronic Warfare Market Contracts and Programmes
5.10.2 Turkey Electronic Warfare Analysis
5.10.3 Turkey Electronic Warfare Market Drivers and Restraints
5.11 United Kingdom Electronic Warfare Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.11.1 United Kingdom Electronic Warfare Market Contracts and Programmes
5.11.2 United Kingdom Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.11.3 The 2015 Strategic Defence and Security Review: Implications for the U.K. EW Market
5.11.4 United Kingdom Electronic Warfare Market Drivers and Restraints
5.12 United States Electronic Warfare Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.12.1 United States Electronic Warfare Market Contracts and Programmes
5.12.2 United States Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.12.3 Russia Rejuvenated? How Ukraine and Syria Might Drive the U.S. EW Market
5.12.4 The Rise of China and the United State's EW Market
5.12.5 Institutional Angst: The Department of Defense's Concern over EW
5.12.6 Death by a Thousand Cuts: The Impact of Sequestration on U.S. Defence Policy
5.12.7 United States Electronic Warfare Market Drivers and Restraints
5.13 Rest of the World Electronic Warfare Market Forecast 2016-2026
5.13.1 Rest of the World Electronic Warfare Market Contracts and Programmes
5.13.2 Rest of the World Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.13.3 Rest of the World Electronic Warfare Market Drivers and Restraints

6. SWOT Analysis of the Electronic Warfare Market 2016-2026
6.1 Strengths of the EW Market
6.1.1 EW Systems Will Remain Integral to War-fighting in the Future
6.1.2 The EW Market is Driven by Security Dilemma Politics
6.1.3 EW Systems Become Outdated Quickly
6.1.4 Ongoing Insurgent Threats Increase Defence Procurement Incentive
6.1.5 EW Systems can be Effortlessly Installed within Many Combat Vehicles
6.1.6 Continuation of the Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Programme (SEWIP)
6.2 Weaknesses of the EW Market
6.2.1 Active Overseas Operations in Iraq and Afghanistan have Ended
6.2.2 EW Systems Become Outdated Quickly
6.2.3 Increased Modularity will Diminish the Costs of New EW Systems
6.3 Opportunities within the EW Market
6.3.1 EW Systems will be Necessary to Countering New and Emerging Threats
6.3.2 Directed Energy Weapons (DEWs)
6.3.3 New Applications of EW (UAVs)
6.3.4 Civilian Market for EW
6.3.5 Many Nations are Currently Undergoing Modernisation Programmes
6.3.6 The Integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into Electronic Warfare
6.4 Threats within the EW Market
6.4.1 European Defence Budgets Continue to be Stretched in an Age of Austerity
6.4.2 Economic ‘Blackswans' and Downturn
6.4.3 Cyber Warfare Capabilities Perform the Same Function as EW Capabilities

7. Expert Opinion
7.1 Bruce Hargrave, Senior Lecturer and Military Academic Programmes Leader, The University of Lincoln
7.1.1 Background and Role within the University of Lincoln
7.1.2 The University of Lincoln's Relationship with MASS
7.1.3 Military Personnel at the University of Lincoln and their Studies
7.1.4 The Relationship between Electronic Warfare and Computer Science
7.1.5 Significant Recent Developments within Electronic Warfare
7.1.6 The Future of Electronic Warfare
7.1.7 The Civilian Market for Electronic Warfare Capabilities
7.1.8 The Leading Companies within Electronic Warfare
7.1.9 The Global Powers of Electronic Warfare
7.2 Byron Green, Vice President of Business Development at Textron Systems
7.2.1 Background and Role within Textron Systems
7.2.2 Key Products and Generators of Sales
7.2.3 Future Trends within Electronic Warfare
7.2.4 Primary Market Competitors
7.2.5 Challenges, Threats and Opportunities
7.3 Ioannis Vagias, Lecturer in Electronic Warfare and RADAR, Cranfield University.
7.3.1 Background and Role within Cranfield University
7.3.2 The Centre for Electronic Warfare at Cranfield University
7.3.3 Significant Recent Developments within Electronic Warfare
7.3.4 The Relationship between Electronic Warfare and UAVs
7.3.5 Future Trends within Electronic Warfare
7.3.6 What Electronic Warfare Solutions and Platforms are Militaries Seeking?
7.3.7 The Key Players within the Electronic Warfare Market

8. Leading 12 Electronic Warfare Companies
8.1 Leading 12 Electronic Warfare Company Sales Share Analysis 2016
8.2 BAE Systems plc
8.2.1 BAE Systems plc Electronic Warfare Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.2.2 BAE Systems plc Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.2.3 BAE Systems plc Net Earnings 2010-2014
8.2.4 BAE Systems plc Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.2.5 BAE Systems plc Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.2.6 BAE Systems plc Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.2.7 BAE Systems plc Organisational Structure / Subsidiaries / Number of Employees
8.2.8 BAE Systems plc Electronic Warfare Products / Services
8.2.9 BAE Systems plc Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.2.10 BAE Systems plc Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.2.11 BAE Systems plc Analysis
8.2.12 BAE Systems plc Future Outlook
8.3 The Boeing Company
8.3.1 Boeing Electronic Warfare Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.3.2 Boeing Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.3.3 Boeing Net Earnings 2010-2014
8.3.4 Boeing Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.3.5 Boeing Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.3.6 Boeing Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.3.7 Boeing Organisational Structure / Subsidiaries / Number of Employees
8.3.8 Boeing Electronic Warfare Products / Services
8.3.9 Boeing Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.3.10 Boeing Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.3.11 Boeing Analysis
8.3.12 Boeing Future Outlook
8.4 Cobham plc
8.4.1 Cobham plc Electronic Warfare Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.4.2 Cobham plc Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.4.3 Cobham plc Net Earnings 2010-2014
8.4.4 Cobham plc Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.4.5 Cobham plc Sales by Segment of Business 2014
8.4.6 Cobham plc Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.4.7 Cobham plc Organisational Structure / Subsidiaries / Number of Employees
8.4.8 Cobham plc Electronic Warfare Products / Services
8.4.9 Cobham plc Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.4.10 Cobham plc Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.4.11 Cobham plc Analysis
8.4.12 Cobham plc Future Outlook
8.5 Cohort plc
8.5.1 Cohort plc Electronic Warfare Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2011-2015
8.5.2 Cohort plc Total Company Sales 2011-2015
8.5.3 Cohort plc Net Earnings 2011-2015
8.5.4 Cohort plc Net Capital Expenditure 2011-2015
8.5.5 Cohort plc Sales by Segment of Business 2011-2015
8.5.6 Cohort plc Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.5.7 Cohort plc Organisational Structure / Subsidiaries / Number of Employees
8.5.8 Cohort plc Electronic Warfare Products / Services
8.5.9 Cohort plc Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.5.10 Cohort plc Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.5.11 Cohort plc Analysis
8.5.12 Cohort plc Future Outlook
8.6 Elbit Systems Ltd
8.6.1 Elbit Systems Ltd Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2014-2015
8.6.2 Elbit Systems Ltd Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.6.3 Elbit Systems Ltd Net Earnings 2010-2014
8.6.4 Elbit Systems Ltd Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.6.5 Elbit Systems Ltd Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.6.6 Elbit Systems Ltd Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.6.7 Elbit Systems Ltd Organisational Structure / Subsidiaries / Number of Employees
8.6.8 Elbit Systems Ltd Electronic Warfare Products / Services
8.6.9 Elbit Systems Ltd Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.6.10 Elbit Systems Ltd Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.6.11 Elbit Systems Ltd Analysis
8.6.12 Elbit Systems Ltd Future Outlook
8.7 Finmeccanica SpA
8.7.1 Finmeccanica SpA Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.7.2 Finmeccanica SpA Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.7.3 Finmeccanica SpA Net Earnings 2010-2014
8.7.4 Finmeccanica SpA Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.7.5 Finmeccanica SpA Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.7.6 Finmeccanica SpA Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.7.7 Finmeccanica SpA Organisational Structure / Subsidiaries / Number of Employees
8.7.8 Finmeccanica SpA Electronic Warfare Products / Services
8.7.9 Finmeccanica SpA Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.7.10 Finmeccanica SpA Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.7.11 Finmeccanica SpA Analysis
8.7.12 Finmeccanica SpA Future Outlook
8.8 Harris Corporation
8.8.1 Harris Corporation Electronic Warfare Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.8.1.1 Exelis, Inc. Electronic Warfare Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.8.2 Harris Corporation Total Company Sales 2010-2015
8.8.2.1 Exelis, Inc. Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.8.3 Harris Corporation Net Earnings 2010-2015
8.8.3.1 Exelis, Inc. Net Earnings 2010-2014
8.8.4 Harris Corporation Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2015
8.8.5 Harris Corporation Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2015
8.8.6 Harris Corporation Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.8.6.1 Exelis, Inc. Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.8.7 Harris Corporation Organisational Structure / Subsidiaries / Number of Employees
8.8.8 Harris Corporation Electronic Warfare Products / Services
8.8.9 Harris Corporation Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.8.10 Harris Corporation Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.8.11 Harris Corporation Analysis
8.8.12 Harris Corporation Future Outlook
8.9 L-3 Communications Holdings
8.9.1 L-3 Communications Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.9.2 L-3 Communications Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.9.3 L-3 Communications Net Earnings 2010-2014
8.9.4 L-3 Communications Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.9.5 L-3 Communications Sales by Segment of Business 2012-2014
8.9.6 L-3 Communications Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.9.7 L-3 Communications Organisational Structure / Subsidiaries / Number of Employees
8.9.8 L-3 Communications Electronic Warfare Products / Services
8.9.9 L-3 Communications Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.9.10 L-3 Communications Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.9.11 L-3 Communications Analysis
8.10 Lockheed Martin Corporation
8.10.1 Lockheed Martin Electronic Warfare Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.10.2 Lockheed Martin Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.10.3 Lockheed Martin Net Earnings 2010-2014
8.10.4 Lockheed Martin Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.10.5 Lockheed Martin Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.10.6 Lockheed Martin Regional Emphasis and Focus
8.10.7 Lockheed Martin Organisational Structure / Subsidiaries / Number of Employees
8.10.8 Lockheed Martin Electronic Warfare Products / Services
8.10.9 Lockheed Martin Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.10.10 Lockheed Martin Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.10.11 Lockheed Martin Analysis
8.10.12 Lockheed Martin Future Outlook
8.11 Northrop Grumman Corporation
8.11.1 Northrop Grumman Electronic Warfare Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.11.2 Northrop Grumman Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.11.3 Northrop Grumman Net Earnings 2010-2014
8.11.4 Northrop Grumman Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.11.5 Northrop Grumman Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.11.6 Northrop Grumman Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.11.7 Northrop Grumman Organisational Structure / Subsidiaries / Number of Employees
8.11.8 Northrop Grumman Electronic Warfare Products / Services
8.11.9 Northrop Grumman Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.11.10 Northrop Grumman Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.11.11 Northrop Grumman Analysis
8.11.12 Northrop Grumman Future Outlook
8.12 Raytheon
8.12.1 Raytheon Company Electronic Warfare Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012-2015
8.12.2 Raytheon Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.12.3 Raytheon Net Earnings 2010-2014
8.12.4 Raytheon Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.12.5 Raytheon Sales by Segment of Business 2011-2014
8.12.6 Raytheon Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.12.7 Raytheon Organisational Structure / Subsidiaries / Number of Employees
8.12.8 Raytheon Electronic Warfare Products / Services
8.12.9 Raytheon Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.12.10 Raytheon Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.12.11 Raytheon Analysis
8.12.12 Raytheon Future Outlook
8.13 Textron Inc.
8.13.1 Textron Inc. Selected Recent Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2010-2015
8.13.2 Textron Inc. Total Company Sales 2010-2014
8.13.3 Textron Inc. Net Earnings 2010-2014
8.13.4 Textron Inc. Net Capital Expenditure 2010-2014
8.13.5 Textron Inc. Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2014
8.13.6 Textron Inc. Regional Emphasis / Focus
8.13.7 Textron Inc. Organisational Structure / Subsidiaries / Number of Employees
8.13.8 Textron Inc. Electronic Warfare Products / Services
8.13.9 Textron Inc. Primary Market Competitors 2015
8.13.10 Textron Inc. Mergers and Acquisitions (MandA) Activity
8.13.11 Textron Inc. Analysis
8.13.12 Textron Inc. Future Outlook
8.14 Other Companies Involved in the Electronic Warfare Market 2016

9. Conclusions and Recommendations

10. Glossary

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