Smart Weapons Market and Technologies 2020 Outlook

DALLAS, TX -- ReportsnReports.com adds 4 smart weapons market research reports on technologies and outlook to 2020 for North America, Asia, Middle East and Europe regions to its online industry intelligence and data library.

By 2020, the Middle East smart weapons market is expected to reach a cumulative $27 billion, reflecting efforts by many countries to prepare for continuous instability. The turmoil engulfing much of the Middle East, rapid developments, re-alignment of forces, potential conflicts, and a changing economic climate, all point to multiple threats and opportunities to those trying to penetrate or thrive in the region's smart weapon's arena. This new report highlights unique business opportunities, and analyzes three different possible scenarios.

Emerging markets are becoming prominent sources of military defense spending on Smart Weapons as their economies grow. From 2001-2011, China increased its military expenditures by 219%, Russia by 103% and India by 68% according to the research titled Asia.

Smart Weapons vendors continue to search for new markets to grow top-line revenues, even as deficits reduce defense spending in traditional markets. Emerging markets are obvious choices for such new sources of revenue. Understanding these emerging markets, their perspectives on smart weapons' integration into their military postures, as well as potential areas of collaboration and competition, are essential to penetrating and thriving in these markets. In addition to specific business opportunities, this report on Asian smart weapons market and technologies explores and analyzes the following sectors, across three different possible scenarios, designed to cover multiple eventualities in these uncertain times: Air-to-Ground Missiles, Surface-to-Air Missile, Smart Bombs, Sensor Fused Weapons, Stand-off Missiles, Direct Energy Weapons, Precision Artillery Munitions, Smart Bullets and Electro-Magnetic Pulse Weapons.

The "War on Terror" and the twin "asymmetric" conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan have driven the U.S. to fundamentally rethink its approach to the needs and applications of smart weapons. The U.S. government is the major customer of the smart weapons industry, and therefore, an understanding of the impact of U.S. budget woes on upcoming spending budgets is crucial to understanding future trends in the U.S. and global smart weapons markets.

Add to this complex equation the growth of Chinese and Indian military power, the changes in conflict profiles, and the future evolution of the smart weapons industry become a puzzle requiring robust analysis, and "out of the box" thinking to solve and exploit successfully. The North America - Smart Weapons Markets and Technologies Outlook - 2013-2020 research report discusses the market drivers like Multiple-Use Systems, Unique Capabilities, Reduced Capability Costs, Cost Effectiveness, Cost of Engagement and inhibitors like International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Missile Technology Control Regime ( MTCR).

Shrinking defense budgets and changing perspectives on the role of national and NATO forces in future conflicts is already having an impact on the evolution of European defense markets and industries. Current procurement trends in Europe show increasing preference to multiple-award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity omnibus contracts for integrated solutions, following rigorous pre-qualification processes.

Competing and thriving in such markets require a thorough understanding of the market's potential evolutionary paths, the technological, political and operational challenges and possible areas of opportunity. The Europe- Smart Weapons Markets and Technologies Outlook - 2013-2020 report ( http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/293362-europe-smart-weapons-markets-and-technologies-outlook-2013-2020.html ) highlights unique business opportunities, and analyzes three different possible scenarios. Within the Table of Contents for this report, a chapter on Consolidated Scenario I, II, and III Market Forecasts Comparison - 2013-2020 covers data and information on:

1. Making the Most Out of Consolidated Analysis

2. Consolidated Scenario I, II and III European Market Forecasts Comparison - 2013-2020

3. Surface-to-Air Missiles Scenario I, II and III European Market Forecasts Comparison - 2013-2020

4. Air-to-Ground Missiles Scenario I, II and III European Market Forecasts Comparison - 2013-2020

5. Guided Bombs Scenario I, II and III European Market Forecasts Comparison - 2013-2020

6. Direct Energy Weapons Scenario I, II and III European Market Forecasts Comparison - 2013-2020

7. Sensor Fused Weapons Scenario I, II and III European Market Forecasts Comparison - 2013-2020

8. Precision Artillery Munitions Scenario I, II and III European Market Forecasts Comparison - 2013-2020

9. Electro-Magnetic Pulse Weapons Scenario I, II and III European Market Forecasts Comparison - 2013-2020

10. Smart Bullets Scenario I, II and III European Market Forecasts Comparison - 2013-2020

The Global Smart Weapons Market 2014-2018 research report forecasts the industry to grow at 8.39% during 2013-2018. To calculate the market size, the report considers the annual revenue generated from the sales of smart weapons to the Defense sector for its ground, naval, and airborne operations. The research has been prepared on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the Americas, the EMEA and APAC regions; it also covers the Global Smart Weapons market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report also includes a discussion about the key vendors operating in this market. Companies like BAE Systems, NEXTER, Raytheon, Rheinmetall AG, Alliant Techsystems, Boeing, Denel Dynamics SOC, Israel Aerospace Industries, Kongsberg Defense Systems, L-3 Fuzing and Ordinance Systems, Lockheed Martin, MBDA, OTO Melara, Qinetiq, Rafael Advanced Defense Systems and Textron Defense System.

Smart Weapons Markets and Technologies Outlook - 2013-2020 available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/293360-asia-smart-weapons-markets-and-technologies-outlook-2013-2020.html  

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