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The Global Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market 2014-2024

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Product Synopsis

This report is the result of SDI's extensive market and company research, covering the global military simulation and virtual training 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 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Systems Market 2014–2024" offers the reader detailed analysis of the global military simulation and virtual training systems 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?
The defense ministries around the world are taking significant cost cutting initiatives across their militaries in order to cope with their reduced financial resources. Governments are downsizing their militaries and cutting down on training budgets. As a result, militaries are currently focusing on attaining cheaper and more effective solutions for their training requirements. Many countries have claimed to have reorganized their militaries, so that they are smaller but more powerful, they intend to achieve the same through innovative simulation and virtual training systems. Governments consider live training programs to be expensive and logistically difficult, whereas simulators area more cost effective and agile alternative. Therefore, militaries are gradually moving towards a balanced mix of live training and simulator training for their forces. For example, Air Force pilots undergo extensive flight training in academies and the live flight training exercises are very expensive. The US Air Force claims to spend approximately US$2.9 million to train a fighter jet pilot and US$600,000 to train an airlift pilot. The militaries are incorporating flight simulators in order to cut down on the live flight training hours which results in significant cost savings. Most of the leading military training and simulation suppliers have recorded significant revenue growth and do not expect any slowdown as their customers continue to look towards simulators as a way to reduce costs, while improving the readiness of their pilots. While much of the growth in the military simulation market has been generated by orders for new simulators, orders for existing equipment upgrades are also contributing to the total market.

What makes this report unique and essential to read?
"The Global Military Simulation and Virtual Training Systems Market 2014–2024" provides detailed analysis of the current industry size and growth expectations from 2014 to 2024, 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 military simulation and virtual training systems during 2014–2024, including factors that influence why countries are investing or cutting expenditure on military simulation and virtual training systems. It provides detailed expectations of growth rates and projected total expenditure.

Recent years have witnessed an increase in the joint ventures and partnership programs in the simulation and virtual training sector. The countries around the globe are working on several simulation platforms. With the help of joint ventures, these companies have been successful in sharing technological know-how in an endeavor to save cost. The collaborative projects also serve the purpose of significantly reducing the research and development time which is crucial in building military simulation platforms. A significant number of countries are investing in the development of their domestic military simulation industry by establishing strategic alliances and technology transfer agreements with global manufacturers. In addition to improving the indigenous capabilities of a domestic firm, these joint ventures also provides an opportunity to its members to cater to new markets.

Key Market Issues

Historically, military simulators have been applied in narrowly focused contexts to achieve specific sets of goals. If no single system could fulfill the objectives of a given training exercise, a new system was constructed or the objectives of the exercise modified to accommodate the capabilities at hand. The need for interoperability between different military simulation systems is growing as the complexity of modern war fighting rises above the handling capacity of large models. Therefore, the development of consistent model federations has become as important as the development of new (interoperable) models. However, complex military simulation systems belong to the class of model-based information systems, and the principal aspects of such information systems are an abstraction from reality. Various experiments with the high-resolution combat simulation systems and some modules implementing basic command and control functionality have shown that there is a challenge for combining model-based information systems.

Simple task trainers, such as firing simulators for the use of firearms, and computer-assisted teaching, such as driving simulators are mainly used by the armed forces in the basic training of individual soldiers. However, most military situations require the use of highly specialized equipment and consequently high caliber simulators, such as a flight or armored tank simulators, have been developed. The development and use of high-fidelity simulators has risen sharply over the last five years, particularly for activities that require the mastering of a specific skill, such as flying or tank combat. The military simulation markets require high fidelity or duplicate fidelity human-machine interface controls. High fidelity means, the product is nearly identical to the original equipment in look and feel, while duplicate fidelity requires the product to have the actual look and feel of the original equipment. These controls are used to simulate applications in fixed and rotor aircraft, military vehicles, radar tracking, imaging equipment, missile firing and many others. As high-fidelity simulators are identical to the original equipment, development is cost heavy. In the context of defense budget cuts announced by many countries worldwide, developing cost effective, high-fidelity simulators is a key challenge of the simulation and virtual training market.

The US is the biggest market for military simulation and virtual training in the world, but the current economic crisis is expected to have an adverse impact. After downgrading the US government's credit rating, S&P officials insist that they were accurate in their conclusion that the US will have difficulty getting its deficits under control. Slowing rates of manufacturing growth and weak levels of consumer spending do not bode well for the country's economic future. Additionally, since the government does not want to increase taxes, budget cuts in various aspects of the economy, including defense, seem to be the way forward including via sequestration. Due to the global economic and financial crisis, increases in military expenditure have decelerated considerably over the last five years. The US and many European countries have reduced their defense budgets for two years in succession: and this is projected to continue in the forecast period. These factors are expected to result in a cut in the defense budgets of major European nations and adversely affect sales for almost all military equipment, including military simulators and virtual training systems. Even though the market is expected to grow for military simulation and virtual training during the forecast period, research and development efforts are expected to be affected as the companies catering to the demand are expected to concentrate more on meeting existing orders than investing on new product inventions.

Key Highlights

Numerous countries including the US, Russia, China, India and the UK are currently involved in the procurement of a range of military equipment including, rotorcraft, naval surface combatants and armored vehicles, in order to replace their ageing fleets and obsolete weapons. Therefore, they are rapidly inducting new technology into their militaries which projects a significant need for training for personnel. The quickly growing military aircraft is expected to be the major driver for the simulation and virtual training market, resulting in the flight simulators segment to be the largest during the forecast period. Helicopter Simulators is the second largest segment which is driven by the robust growth of the military rotorcraft market.

Increasing demand for UAVs around the world is anticipated to drive the UAV simulator market during the forecast period. With the increased use of UAVs that are cost effective, for reconnaissance and surveillance missions, training the Air Force personnel is expected to become critical. UAVs equipped with advanced technologies serve as force multipliers and enable armed forces to deploy fewer personnel in a combat area, without compromising their capability to detect and counter potential threats posed by terrorist organizations, pirates, insurgents and illegal immigrants. This is the primary reason why deployment of unmanned spy aircraft in combat zones is growing and in turn is driving demand for UAV simulators, and related virtual training programs, across the globe. Another factor stimulating the demand is the restriction on national airspace for training programs in the US and many countries in Europe. Moreover, companies are increasingly developing technologies that would allow personnel to practice flying missions without leaving the barracks or stepping foot in a classroom, such as training on mobile tablets and smartphones. With limited funds set aside for training programs, defense ministries across the world are looking for such solutions that will help them reduce costs. UAV simulators are expected to need only a joystick and a personal computer, which will allow operators-in-training to practice on their own and switch between platforms and environments.

Recent years have observed a shift in the method of conducting military training from using actual equipment to training using simulators and virtual training programs. With an increased threat to global peace and security, countries across the world now recognize the need to develop simulators that help pilots prepare for any situation from, refueling in mid-air, to avoiding runway incursions, to engaging in air-to-air combat. Historically, countries were only using simulators to train their armed forces in basic functions of military equipment such as flight take-offs and emergency procedures. However, with the advent of technology, use of simulators is increasing in the areas of weapon deployment and other advanced functions. The cost of acquisition and operation of simulators is also very minimal compared to military equipment. For example, the cost of operating a tank is US$75 per mile, whilst to operate a tank driver training simulator is US$2.50 per mile. Moreover, in 2010 the US Army saved US$2.5 million by training 2,200 soldiers on simulators. Additional savings of US$29.0 million were made on ammunition, with the introduction of the Conduct of Fire Trainer. This global change in perception of militaries is anticipated to provide higher growth opportunities for simulator manufacturers.
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 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Size and Drivers
3.1 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Size and Forecast 2014-2024
3.1.1 Global military simulation market to show positive growth over the forecast period
3.2 Global Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market - Regional Analysis
3.2.1 North America dominates the global military simulation market
3.2.2 Flight simulators are expected to be the main drivers to support growth in the US market
3.2.3 Military simulation and virtual training market in the Asia-Pacific region is expected to witness growth over the forecast period
3.2.4 European military simulation and virtual training market expected to increase despite defense budget cuts
3.2.5 Markets in the Middle East to record robust spending on military simulation
3.2.6 The military simulators and virtual training market in Latin America expected to register a moderate growth over the forecast period
3.2.7 African markets expected to witness a gradual increase in military simulation and virtual training spending over the forecast period
3.3 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Sub-Sector Market Size Composition
3.3.1 Market size of flight simulators expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.23% over the forecast period

3.3.2 Market size of combat simulators expected to rise at a CAGR of 3.52% over the forecast period
3.3.3 Maritime simulation market is consistently growing at the global level
3.3.4 Helicopter simulators expected to account for a considerable share in the global simulation market
3.4 Demand Drivers and Growth Stimulators
3.4.1 Simulation being looked upon as a significant cost cutting solution in the wake of defense budget cuts
3.4.2 Modernization initiatives to spur demand for military simulators and virtual training 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, 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 Cobra Curved Display Flight Simulator, the world's first panadome spherical projection simulator
4.1.2 Improvised explosive device (IED) trainer simulator
4.1.3 Collimated displays to achieve enhanced field of view and focus
4.1.4 Submarine periscope simulator system
4.1.5 COTS Technology to result in substantial cost savings for the manufacturers
4.2 Market Trends
4.2.1 Flight simulators segment dominating the military simulation sector
4.2.2 Combat training centers to warrant the growth of combat simulators market
4.2.3 Technological innovations require lower levels of capital and provide operating cost benefits
4.3 Industry Consolidation
4.3.1 Joint RandD programs continues to increase in the industry
4.3.2 Companies are entering into licensing agreements in order to simplify training programs
4.4 Key Challenges
4.4.1 Military simulation industry beset by fiscal challenges and increased competition
4.4.2 Need for interoperability
4.4.3 Developing high-fidelity simulators at an affordable cost
5 SWOT Analysis of the Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.1 Strengths
5.1.1 Cost effectiveness of simulators and virtual training systems
5.1.2 Ageing aircraft and helicopter fleet stimulating demand for simulators
5.1.3 Ability to meet diverse training requirements
5.1.4 Deferred training and environmental policies

5.2 Weaknesses
5.2.1 Lack of precision
5.2.2 Limited opportunities in emerging markets and smaller nations
5.3 Opportunities
5.3.1 Demand for UAV simulators expected to grow
5.3.2 Global shift in simulator perception
5.4 Threats
5.4.1 US and European economic crisis
5.4.2 Achieving interoperability among simulators
6 Country Analysis - Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
6.1 United States Market Size and Forecast 2014-2024
6.1.1 Flight simulators expected to be the largest spend category in the US
6.1.2 Combat simulators expected to constitute the second-largest market share in the US
6.1.3 Demand for Maritime simulators expected to increase at a CAGR of 1.33% over the forecast period
6.2 Indian Market Size and Forecast 2014-2024
6.2.1 Flight simulators to account for the largest segment of expenditure
6.2.2 Market for combat simulators to grow at a CAGR of 6.14% over the forecast period
6.2.3 Maritime simulators to account for the third largest share of Indian simulation market expenditure
6.3 Chinese Market Size and Forecast 2014-2024
6.3.1 Flight simulators market in China to account for the highest segment of expenditure
6.3.2 Chinese expenditure on combat simulators expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.74% over the forecast period
6.3.3 Maritime simulators to constitute 18.2% of Chinese military simulation and virtual training market
6.4 Australian Market Size and Forecast 2014-2024
6.4.1 Flight simulators expected to account for the largest segment of expenditure
6.4.2 Market for helicopter simulators to grow at a CAGR of 6.28% over the forecast period
6.4.3 Combat simulators expected to account for the third largest area of expenditure
6.5 Russian Market Size and Forecast 2014-2024
6.5.1 Russian flight simulator market to witness highest expenditure during the forecast period
6.5.2 Russian MoD's shift of focus towards simulation training to drive the expenditure on combat simulators

6.5.3 Helicopter simulators expected to constitute the third largest share in Russia
6.6 UK Market Size and Forecast 2014-2024
6.6.1 Flight simulators expected to account for the highest expenditure in the UK
6.6.2 British Royal Navy's emphasis on crew training to drive expenditure on maritime simulators in the country
6.6.3 Helicopter simulators to account for the third largest share in the country
6.7 French Market Size and Forecast 2014-2024
6.7.1 French flight simulators market to witness highest expenditure during the forecast period
6.7.2 Helicopter simulators expected to account for the second largest segment in the French military simulation market
6.8 The UAE Market Size and Forecast 2014-2024
6.8.1 Flight simulators to account for the largest share in the UAE
6.9 Saudi Arabian Market Size and Forecast 2014-2024
6.9.1 The market for flight simulators expected to increase at a CAGR of 8.16% during the forecast period
6.9.2 Helicopter simulators to account for the second largest share in Saudi Arabia
6.9.3 Combat simulators to be driven by the armored fighting vehicles procurement in Saudi Arabia
6.1 Brazilian Market Size and Forecast 2014-2024
6.10.1 Brazil is expected to spend significantly on military flight simulators
6.10.2 Brazil expected to spend over US$987 million on procuring maritime simulators
6.10.3 Combat simulators for armored personal carriers and main battle tanks are expected to be the third largest category
6.11 South African Market Size and Forecast 2014-2024
6.11.1 Maritime simulators segment to account for a major portion of expenditure by South Africa
6.11.2 Flight simulators to account for second largest share of South African spending on military simulation

7 Major Military Simulation and Virtual Training Programs
7.1 Flight simulators
7.1.1 The UK - UK Military Flight Training System (UKMFTS) program
7.1.2 The US - F-16 Training System
7.1.3 The US - Support and Maintenance of Flight Simulators
7.2 Helicopter Simulators
7.2.1 Australia - Helicopter Aircrew Training System
7.2.2 France - NH90 simulator program
7.2.3 The US - US Army Aviation Combined Arms Tactical Trainer (AVCATT) suites
7.3 Maritime Simulators
7.3.1 Australia - Canberra Class LHD simulators
7.3.2 The US - Training and Simulation Solutions for LCS
7.3.3 Turkey - Submarine Diving Simulators
7.4 Combat Simulators
7.4.1 Russia - Combat Training Center Program
7.4.2 India - T90 MBT simulators
7.4.3 US - Dismounted Soldier Training System
8 Competitive Landscape and Strategic Insights
8.1 Competitive Landscape Overview

8.1.1 Lockheed Martin Corporation: overview
8.1.2 Lockheed Martin Corporation: products and services
8.1.3 Lockheed Martin Corporation: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.4 Lockheed Martin Corporation: alliances
8.1.5 Lockheed Martin Corporation: recent contract wins
8.1.6 Lockheed Martin Corporation: financial analysis
8.1.7 Boeing: overview
8.1.8 Boeing: products and services
8.1.9 Boeing: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.10 Boeing: alliances
8.1.11 Boeing: recent contract wins
8.1.12 Boeing: financial analysis
8.1.13 CAE: overview
8.1.14 CAE: products and services
8.1.15 CAE: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.16 CAE: alliances
8.1.17 CAE: recent contract wins
8.1.18 CAE: financial analysis
8.1.19 Saab: overview
8.1.20 Saab: products and services
8.1.21 Saab: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.22 Saab: alliances
8.1.23 Saab: recent contract wins
8.1.24 Saab: financial analysis
8.1.25 L-3 Link Simulation and Training: overview
8.1.26 L-3 Link Simulation and Training: products and services

8.1.27 L-3 Link Simulation and Training: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.28 L-3 Link Simulation and Training: alliances
8.1.29 L-3 Link Simulation and Training: recent contract wins
8.1.30 AAI Corporation: overview
8.1.31 AAI Corporation: products and services
8.1.32 AAI Corporation: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.33 AAI Corporation: alliances
8.1.34 AAI Corporation: recent contract wins
8.1.35 DCNS: overview
8.1.36 DCNS: products and services
8.1.37 DCNS: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.38 DCNS: recent contract wins
8.1.39 DCNS: financial analysis
8.1.40 Cassidian: overview
8.1.41 Cassidian: products and services
8.1.42 Cassidian: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.43 Cassidian: alliances
8.1.44 Cassidian: recent contract wins
8.1.45 Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation: overview
8.1.46 Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation: products and services
8.1.47 Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.48 Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation: alliances
8.1.49 Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation: recent contract wins
8.1.50 Rockwell Collins: overview

8.1.51 Rockwell Collins: products and services
8.1.52 Rockwell Collins: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.53 Rockwell Collins: alliances
8.1.54 Rockwell Collins: recent contract wins
8.1.55 Rockwell Collins: financial analysis
8.1.56 Kratos Defense and Security Solutions: overview
8.1.57 Kratos Defense and Security Solutions: products and services
8.1.58 Kratos Defense and Security Solutions: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.59 Kratos Defense and Security Solutions: recent contract wins
8.1.60 Kratos Defense and Security Solutions: financial analysis
8.1.61 Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc: overview
8.1.62 Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc: products and services
8.1.63 Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.64 Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc: alliances
8.1.65 Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc: recent contract wins
8.1.66 Thales: Overview
8.1.67 Thales: Products and services
8.1.68 Thales: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.69 Thales: Recent contract wins
8.1.70 Thales: Financial analysis
8.1.71 HAVELSAN: overview
8.1.72 HAVELSAN: products and services
8.1.73 HAVELSAN: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.74 HAVELSAN: alliances
8.1.75 HAVELSAN: Recent Contract Wins
8.1.76 DiSTI: overview
8.1.77 DiSTI: products and services

8.1.78 DiSTI: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.79 DiSTI: alliances
8.1.80 DiSTI: recent contract wins
8.1.81 ZedaSoft Inc: overview
8.1.82 ZedaSoft Inc: products and services
8.1.83 ZedaSoft Inc: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.84 ZedaSoft Inc: alliances
8.1.85 ZedaSoft Inc: recent contract wins
8.1.86 Fidelity Technologies Corporation: overview
8.1.87 Fidelity Technologies Corporation: products and services
8.1.88 Fidelity Technologies Corporation: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.89 Fidelity Technologies Corporation: alliances
8.1.90 Fidelity Technologies Corporation: recent contract wins
8.1.91 Alenia Aeronautica: overview
8.1.92 Alenia Aeronautica: products and services
8.1.93 Alenia Aeronautica: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.94 Alenia Aeronautica: alliances
8.1.95 Alenia Aeronautica: recent contract wins
8.1.96 VirTra Systems: overview
8.1.97 VirTra Systems: products and services
8.1.98 VirTra Systems: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.99 VirTra Systems: alliances
8.1.100 VirTra Systems: recent contract wins
8.1.101 Meggitt Training Systems: overview
8.1.102 Meggitt Training Systems: products and services

8.1.103 Meggitt Training Systems: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
8.1.104 Meggitt Training Systems: alliances
8.1.105 Meggitt Training Systems: recent contract wins
9 Appendix
9.1 Methodology
9.2 About SDI
9.3 Disclaimer

List of Tables

Table 1: Global Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview
Table 2: Global Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview
Table 3: SWOT Analysis of the Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
Table 4: Leading Military Simulation and Virtual Training Markets and Top Three Segments
Table 5: US Military Simulation Market Overview
Table 6: Indian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview
Table 7: Chinese Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview
Table 8: Australian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview
Table 9: Russian Military Simulation Market Overview
Table 10: UK Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview
Table 11: French Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview
Table 12: The UAE Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview
Table 13: Saudi Arabian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview
Table 14: Program Details - UKMFTS program
Table 15: Program Details - F 16 Training System Program
Table 16: Program Details - Support and Maintenance of Flight Simulators

Table 17: Program Details - Helicopter Aircrew Training System
Table 18: Program Details - NH90 simulator program
Table 19: Program Details - US Army Aviation Combined Arms Tactical Trainer (AVCATT) suites
Table 20: Program Details - Canberra Class LHD simulators
Table 21: Program Details - Training and Simulation Solutions for LCS
Table 22: Program Details - Submarine Diving Simulators
Table 23: Program Details - Combat Training Center Program
Table 24: Program Details - T90 MBT simulators
Table 25: Program Details - Dismounted Soldier Training System
Table 26: Lockheed Martin Corporation - Alliances
Table 27: Lockheed Martin Corporation - Recent Contract Wins
Table 28: Boeing - Alliances
Table 29: Boeing - Recent Contract Wins
Table 30: CAE - Alliances
Table 31: CAE - Recent Contract Wins
Table 32: Saab - Alliances
Table 33: Saab - Recent Contract Wins
Table 34: L-3 Link Simulation and Training - Alliances
Table 35: L-3 Link Simulation and Training - Recent Contract Wins
Table 36: AAI Corporation - Alliances
Table 37: AAI Corporation - Recent Contract Wins
Table 38: DCNS - Recent Contract Wins
Table 39: Rockwell Collins - Alliances
Table 40: Rockwell Collins - Recent Contract Wins
Table 41: Kratos Defense and Security Solutions - Recent Contract Wins
Table 42: Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc - Alliances

Table 43: Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc - Recent Contract Wins
Table 44: Thales - Recent Contract Wins
Table 45: HAVELSAN - Alliances
Table 46: HAVELSAN - Recent Contract Wins
Table 47: DiSTI - Alliances
Table 48: DiSTI - Recent Contract Wins
Table 49: ZedaSoft Inc - Alliances
Table 50: ZedaSoft Inc - Recent Contract Wins
Table 51: Fidelity Technologies Corporation - Recent Contract Wins
Table 52: Alenia Aeronautica - Alliances
Table 53: Alenia Aeronautica - Recent Contract Wins
Table 54: VirTra Systems - Recent Contract Wins
Table 55: Meggitt Training Systems - Recent Contract Wins

List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 2: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Breakdown by Region (%), 2014-2024
Figure 3: North American Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 4: Asia-Pacific Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 5: European Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 6: Middle East Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 7: Latin American Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 8: African Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 9: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Breakdown by Segment (%), 2014-2024
Figure 10: Flight Simulators Market Size (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 11: Combat Simulators Market Size (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 12: Maritime Simulators Market Size (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 13: Helicopter Simulators Market Size (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 14: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top Three European Defense Spenders (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 15: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top Three Asian Defense Spenders (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 16: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top North American Defense Spenders (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 17: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top Three South American Defense Spenders (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 18: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top Three African Countries (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 19: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top Three Middle Eastern Defense Spenders (US$ Billion), 2014-2024

Figure 20: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market in the US (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 21: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Split By Category in the US (%), 2014-2024
Figure 22: Flight Simulators Market Size in the US (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 23: Combat Simulators Market Size in the US (US$ Billion), 2014-2024
Figure 24: Maritime Simulators Market Size in the US (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 25: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market in India (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 26: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market in India by Sector (%), 2014-2024
Figure 27: Flight Simulators Market Size in India (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 28: Combat Simulators Market Size in India (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 29: Maritime Simulators Market Size in India (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 30: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market in China (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 31: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Split by Sector in China (%), 2014-2024
Figure 32: Flight Simulators Market Size in China (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 33: Combat Simulators Market Size in China (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 34: Maritime Simulators Market Size in China (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 35: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market in Australia (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 36: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Split by Sector in Australia (%), 2014-2024
Figure 37: Flight Simulators Market Size in Australia (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 38: Helicopter Simulators Market Size in Australia (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 39: Combat Simulators Market Size in Australia (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 40: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market in Russia (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 41: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market By Category in Russia (%), 2014-2024
Figure 42: Flight Simulators Market Size in Russia (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 43: Combat Simulators Market Size in Russia (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 44: Helicopter Simulators Market Size in Russia (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 45: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market in the UK (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 46: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Split by Sector in the UK (%), 2014-2024
Figure 47: Flight Simulators Market Size in the UK (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 48: Maritime Simulator Market Size in the UK (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 49: Helicopter Simulator Market Size in the UK (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 50: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market in France (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 51: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Split by Sector in France (%), 2014-2024
Figure 52: Flight Simulators Market Size in France (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 53: Helicopter Simulators Market Size in France (US$ Million), 2014-2024


Figure 54: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market in the UAE (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 55: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Split By Category in the UAE (%), 2014-2024
Figure 56: Flight Simulator Market Size in the UAE (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 57: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market in Saudi Arabia (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 58: Military Aircraft Market Split By Category in Saudi Arabia (%), 2014-2024
Figure 59: Flight Simulators Market Size in Saudi Arabia (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 60: Helicopter Simulators Market Size in Saudi Arabia (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 61: Combat Simulators Market Size in Saudi Arabia (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 62: Brazilian Military Simulation Market Overview
Figure 63: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market in Brazil (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 64: Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Split By Category in Brazil (%), 2014-2024
Figure 65: Military Flight Simulation Market Size in Brazil (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 66: Military Maritime Simulation Market Size in Brazil (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 67: Combat Simulation Market Size in Brazil (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 68: Flight Simulators Market Size in South Africa (US$ Million), 2014-2024
Figure 69: Lockheed Martin Corporation - Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Billion), 2009-2013
Figure 70: Lockheed Martin Corporation - Operating Profit (US$ million), 2009-2013
Figure 71: Lockheed Martin Corporation - Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2009-2013
Figure 72: Boeing - Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ billion), 2008-2012
Figure 73: Boeing - Operating Profit (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 74: Boeing - Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 75: CAE - Revenue Trend Analysis (CAD billion), 2009-2013
Figure 76: CAE - Operating Profit (CAD million), 2009-2013
Figure 77: CAE - Net Profit Trend Analysis (CAD million), 2009-2013
Figure 78: Saab - Revenue Trend Analysis (SEK billion), 2008-2012
Figure 79: Saab - Operating Profit (SEK million), 2008-2012
Figure 80: Saab - Net Profit Trend Analysis (SEK million), 2008-2012
Figure 81: DCNS - Revenue Trend Analysis (Euro billion), 2009-2012
Figure 82: DCNS - Operating Profit (Euro million), 2009-2012

Figure 83: DCNS - Net Profit Trend Analysis (Euro million), 2009-2012
Figure 84: Rockwell Collins - Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ billion), 2009-2013
Figure 85: Rockwell Collins - Operating Profit (US$ million), 2009-2013
Figure 86: Rockwell Collins - Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ million), 2009-2013
Figure 87: Kratos Defense and Security Solutions - Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 88: Kratos Defense and Security Solutions - Operating Profit (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 89: Kratos Defense and Security Solutions - Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ million), 2008-2012
Figure 90: Thales - Revenue Trend Analysis (EUR billion), 2008-2012
Figure 91: Thales - Operating Profit (EUR million), 2008-2012
Figure 92: Thales - Net Profit Trend Analysis (EUR million), 2008-2012


To order this report: The Global Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market 2014-2024
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