Military Communications Market: 2015–2030-Opportunities,Challenges,Strategies & Forecasts

The market is expected to account for over $40 Billion in revenue by the end of 2020, with investments ranging from the adoption of multi-band and multi-mode tactical radio systems, to the integration of ad hoc networking platforms in unmanned vehicles.

Armed forces throughout the globe rely on communication systems to enable information sharing and securely stay in constant contact. The role of these systems continues to grow in importance, with new mission areas such as the control of unmanned vehicles and time-critical targeting heavily reliant on network connectivity.

Despite pressures on overall defense expenditure, a universal trend towards network centric warfare combined with an unstable geopolitical landscape, is continuing to drive significant investments in military communications. The market is expected to account for over $40 Billion in revenue by the end of 2020, with investments ranging from the adoption of multi-band and multi-mode tactical radio systems, to the integration of ad hoc networking platforms in unmanned vehicles.

The “Military Communications Market: 2015 – 2030 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts” report presents an in-depth assessment of the military communications ecosystem including key trends, market drivers, challenges, enabling technologies, regional investment landscape, submarkets, leading applications, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain, ecosystem player profiles and strategies. The report also presents market size forecasts for military communications from 2015 through to 2030. The forecasts are segmented for 6 submarkets, 3 service branch classifications, 5 regions and 50 leading countries.

The report comes with an associated Excel datasheet suite covering quantitative data from all numeric forecasts presented in the report.

Chapter 1: Introduction
Executive Summary
Topics Covered
Historical Revenue & Forecast Segmentation
Key Questions Answered
Key Findings
Methodology
Target Audience
Companies & Organizations Mentioned
Chapter 2: An Overview of Military Communications
The Need for Military Communications
Enabling Technologies
Communication Satellites
Airborne Networking
New Waveforms & Signal Processing Techniques
SDR (Software Defined Radio)
CR (Cognitive Radio) & Dynamic Spectrum Management
MIMO & Advanced Antenna Technology
Amplifier Technology
Mesh, Ad Hoc & Relay Networking
Multicasting
FSO (Free Space Optical) Communications
Acoustic Communications & Hybrid Optical/RF Networking
COTS (Commercial-off-the-shelf) Technologies
Ethernet & IP (Internet Protocol) Networking
ATCA & MicroTCA
COM Express & VPX
Mobile Cellular, LTE & WiFi Technology
Network Virtualization & SDN (Software Defined Networking)
Consumer Device Platforms: Smartphones, Tablets & Others
Ruggedization & Military Specific Requirements
Wearable Technology, M2M & Sensor Networks
New Spectrum Bands
Advances in Network Security & Encryption
Market Growth Drivers
Increasing Bandwidth & Expeditionary Requirements
Soldier Modernization Programs
Legacy Platform Upgrades
Growing Use of Unmanned Systems
Moving Towards Network Centric Warfare
Growing Interest in Video & Situational Awareness Applications
Insurgencies & National Security Threats
Market Barriers
Defense Budget Cuts
Integration Challenges
Security Challenges with COTS Gear
Spectrum Management
Chapter 3: Key Submarkets, Application Areas & Investment Landscape
Satellite Communication Platforms & Terminals
Wide Area Networking: VSATs Gain Momentum
Intelligence Gathering: Spy Satellites
Outsourcing & Hosted Payloads
Small Satellites & Emerging Applications
Tactical Radio Platforms & Terminals
Local Area Tactical Networks
Radio Relays & Backhaul Links
Moving Towards COTS Platforms: The Prospects of LTE Technology
Acoustic & Optical Communication Platforms
Tactical Backhaul Links
Underwater Communications
Base Communications Infrastructure
Switching & Routing
Deployable Data Centers
Intelligence Sharing
Network Security & Encryption Systems
Unified Network Access Control & Security
Encryption & Biometric Authentication
Cyber Defense Capabilities: Intrusion Prevention & Threat Heuristics
Securing COTS Platforms
Interception & Jamming Systems
Cyber Offensive Capabilities
Breaking Encryption Codes: Enabling Surveillance Capabilities
Electronic Warfare: Blocking Adversary Communications
Preventing IED Explosions
Regional Investment Outlook
Asia Pacific
Europe
Middle East & Africa
Latin & Central America
North America
Chapter 4: Military Communications Industry Roadmap & Value Chain Industry Roadmap
2015 – 2020: Growing Adoption of the Ka Band & Higher Frequencies
2020 – 2025: Proliferation of LTE & 5G COTS Networking Gear
2025 – 2030 & Beyond: Towards an IoT (Internet of Things) Centric Battlefield
Value Chain
Enabling Technology Providers
Military Centric Vendors & System Integrators
COTS Technology Vendors
Satellite Network Operators
Acquisition Authorities
Armed Forces
Military Research Agencies
Chapter 5: Key Market Players
Acromag
Adax
ADI (Analog Devices, Inc.)
ADLINK Technology
Advantech Corporation
Advantech Wireless
Airbus Group
Aitech Defense Systems
Alcatel-Lucent
Anaren
Antaira Technologies
APC (Antenna Products Corporation)
API Technologies Corporation
Artesyn Embedded Technologies
Artel
ASC Signal Corporation
Avago Technologies
Avanti Communications Group
AvaLAN Wireless
Aviat Networks
BAE Systems
BCF Solutions
Boeing Company
Braxton Technologies
Broadcom
Brocade Communications Systems
BRTRC (Baum, Romstedt Technology Research Corporation)
CACI International
Cambium Networks
Chemring Group
Cisco Systems
Clavister
Cobham
CommAgility
Comrod Communication
Comtech Telecommunications Corporation
CORWIL Technology Corporation
Crescend Technologies
Curtiss-Wright Corporations
DDC (Data Device Corporation)
DataPath
Dell
DigitalGlobe
DLS (Data Link Solutions)
DreamHammer
DRNE (Drone Aviation Holding Corporation)
EchoStar Corporation
Elbit Systems
Ericsson
Etherstack
Eurotech
Eutelsat Communications
Exelis
X-ES (Extreme Engineering Solutions)
Finmeccanica
FIRST RF Corporation
Fujitsu
General Dynamics Corporation
GE (General Electric)
Gilat Satellite Networks
Globecomm Systems
Harris Corporation
HDT Global
HEICO Corporation
Hitachi
Honeywell
HP (Hewlett-Packard Company)
Huawei
Hytera Communications Company
IBM
iCOM
Indra Sistemas
Iridium Communications
InfiNet Wireless
Inmarsat
Intel Corporation
Intelsat
ip.access
IAI (Israel Aerospace Industries)
IXI Technology
Ixia
JRC (Japan Radio Company)
Juniper Networks
JVC KENWOOD Corporation
KEYW Corporation
Kodiak Networks
Kontron
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions
L-3 Communications Holdings
L-Com
Lemko Corporation
LGS Innovations
Lightpointe
Lime Microsystems
Lockheed Martin Corporation
MacB (MacAulay-Brown)
ManTech International Corporation
MDA (Macdonald Dettwiler & Associates)
Mercury Systems
Microsemi Corporation
MI-WAVE (Millimeter Wave Products)
Motorola Solutions
N.A.T
ND SatCom
NEC Corporation
New Wave DV (Design and Verification)
NEXEYA
Nokia Networks
Norsat International
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Nutaq
Oceus Networks
Oracle Corporation
ORBCOMM
ORBIT Communication Systems
Orbital ATK
Orolia Group
Panasonic Corporation
Pentek
Persistent Systems
Polaris Networks
QinetiQ
Qualcomm
Quortus
RadiSys Corporation
Rajant Corporation
Raveon Technologies Corporation
Raytheon Company
Redline Communications
Redwall Technologies
Renaissance Electronics & Communications
Rockwell Collins
Rohill
Rosenberger Hochfrequenztechnik
SageNet
SAIC (Science Applications International Corporation)
Samsung
Savox Communications
Sealevel Systems
Secure Technology Company
SES
Sepura
Siemens
Silvus Technologies
SiRRAN
Sonim Technologies
Sonus Networks
Space Data
Spectra Group
Spectracom
SpiderCloud Wireless
Star Solutions
Tait Communications
TCS (TeleCommunication Systems)
Techaya
Tecore
TEKTELIC Communications
Telrad Networks
Telum
TI (Texas Instruments)
Thales Group
Thuraya Telecommunications Company
Toshiba Corporation
Tracewell Systems
TrustComm
Ultra Electronics
UltiSat
VadaTech
Vencore (The SI Organization)
ViaSat
Vislink
Vistronix
VT iDirect
xG Technology
XTAR
ZNYX Networks
ZTE
Chapter 6: Market Analysis & Forecasts
Global Outlook of Military Communications
Segmentation by Submarket
Satellite Communication Platforms & Terminals
Tactical Radio Platforms & Terminals
Acoustic & Optical Communication Platforms
Base Communications Infrastructure
Network Security & Encryption Systems
Interception & Jamming Systems
Segmentation by Service Branch
Land Forces
Air Forces
Naval Forces
Segmentation by Region
Asia Pacific
Europe
Middle East & Africa
Latin & Central America
North America
Top Country Markets
Asia Pacific
Australia
China
India
Indonesia
Japan
Malaysia
Pakistan
Philippines
Singapore
South Korea
Taiwan
Thailand
Vietnam
Europe
Azerbaijan
Belgium
Denmark
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Russia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
UK
Ukraine
Latin & Central America
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Mexico
Venezuela
Middle East & Africa
Algeria
Angola
Egypt
Iran
Israel
Kuwait
Morocco
Oman
Saudi Arabia
South Africa
UAE
North America
Canada
USA
Chapter 7: Conclusion & Strategic Recommendations
Why is the Market Poised to Grow?
Network Centric Warfare: Staying Ahead of Adversaries
Geographic Outlook: Which Countries Offer the Highest Growth Potential?
Competitive Industry Landscape: Acquisitions, Alliances & Consolidation
Bandwidth Sharing Among Allies
Reliance on Commercial Satellite Operators: Capacity Leasing & Hosted Payloads
Prospects of COTS Platforms
How Big is the COTS Opportunity?
Enhancing the SWaP (Size, Weight, and Power) Profile
Strategic Recommendations
Suppliers & System Integrators
Military Organizations
Prospects of COTS Platforms
How Big is the COTS Opportunity?
Enhancing the SWaP (Size, Weight, and Power) Profile
Strategic Recommendations
Suppliers & System Integrators
Military Organizations


Figure 1: Military LTE Network Architecture
Figure 2: DARPA ULTRA-VIS Wearable Display Unit and Augmented Reality View
Figure 3: Global Investments in Tactical LTE CIAB Solutions ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 4: Military Communications Industry Roadmap
Figure 5: Military Communications Value Chain
Figure 6: Global Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 7: Global Military Communications Revenue by Submarket ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 8: Military Satellite Communication Platforms & Terminals Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 9: Military Tactical Radio Platforms & Terminals Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 10: Military Acoustic & Optical Communication Platforms Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 11: Military Base Communications Infrastructure Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 12: Military Network Security & Encryption Systems Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 13: Military Interception & Jamming Systems Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 14: Global Military Communications Revenue by Service Branch ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 15: Global Land Forces Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 16: Global Air Forces Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 17: Global Naval Forces Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 18: Military Communications Revenue by Region ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 19: Asia Pacific Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 20: Europe Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 21: Middle East & Africa Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 22: Latin & Central America Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 23: North America Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 24: Australia Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 25: China Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 26: India Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 27: Indonesia Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 28: Japan Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 29: Malaysia Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 30: Pakistan Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 31: Philippines Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 32: Singapore Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 33: South Korea Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 34: Taiwan Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 35: Thailand Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 36: Vietnam Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 37: Azerbaijan Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 38: Belgium Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 39: Denmark Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 40: France Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 41: Germany Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 42: Greece Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 43: Italy Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 44: Netherlands Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 45: Norway Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 46: Poland Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 47: Portugal Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 48: Russia Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 49: Spain Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 50: Sweden Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 51: Switzerland Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 52: Turkey Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 53: UK Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 54: Ukraine Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 55: Argentina Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 56: Brazil Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 57: Chile Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 58: Colombia Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 59: Mexico Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 60: Venezuela Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 61: Algeria Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 62: Angola Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 63: Egypt Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 64: Iran Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 65: Israel Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 66: Kuwait Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 67: Morocco Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 68: Oman Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 69: Saudi Arabia Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 70: South Africa Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 71: UAE Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 72: Canada Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 73: USA Military Communications Revenue ($ Million): 2015 – 2030
Figure 74: COTS vs. Proprietary Technology Spending on Military Communications (%)

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