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Global C4ISR Market Offers International Opportunities for Defense Technology Sales and Services

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This briefing will describe the size of the global C4ISR market, indicate the major market participants, identify the countries that provide the best opportunities, and look at future trends.

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  • 1. Global C4ISR Outlook Capabilities in Demand Brad Curran, Industry Analyst Aerospace & Defense 11 February 2014 © 2014 Frost & Sullivan. All rights reserved. This document contains highly confidential information and is the sole property of Frost & Sullivan. No part of it may be circulated, quoted, copied or otherwise reproduced without the written approval of Frost & Sullivan.
  • 2. Today’s Presenter Brad Curran, Industry Analyst Frost & Sullivan Brad focuses on monitoring and analyzing emerging trends, technologies and market behavior in the Command & Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (C4ISR) industry. Brad joined Frost & Sullivan after a US Marine Corps career in Electronic Warfare/Signals Intelligence operations. • He is quoted regularly concerning the C4ISR market and defense technology issues in publications such as the New York Times, Dow Jones, Washington Post, Washington Times, National Defense, COTS Journal, C4ISR and Networks, Military Embedded Systems, and Signal. • 2
  • 3. Focus Points • • • • • • • • • Poll Questions C4ISR Segments and Technologies Major Challenges Major Drivers C4ISR Segments Market Share C4ISR Regional Overview Key Countries Conclusions Next Steps 3
  • 4. Poll Questions • Do you expect any major defense industry mergers in 2014? • Will nations like Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, and Vietnam be allowed access to more advanced C4ISR systems in 2014? • Will unmanned vehicles or missile defense systems be more in demand over the next decade? 4
  • 5. C4ISR Segments and Technologies Global C4ISR: Segments, Technologies, and Services C4ISR applications are used across a variety of platforms such as satellites, aerostats, aircraft, ships, ground vehicles, fixedground bases, weapons, and unmanned vehicles. In this study, contracts labeled as multipurpose are included. Multipurpose refers to contract information that includes technologies and services in more than one application area. Command and Control (C2) • • • • • • Antennas Cybersecurity Information assurance Networks Satellite communications Telecommunications Communications • • • • • • • • • • • • Antennas Battle management Components Cybersecurity Datalinks Information assurance Multipurpose Networks Radio Satellite Communications Smart Phones Telecommunications Computers • • • • • • • • • • Cloud computing Components Cybersecurity Data Analytics Displays Hardware Mobile Devices Multipurpose Networks Software Intelligence • • • • • • • • • Geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) Human intelligence (HUMINT) Imagery/video Language/culture Measurement and signature intelligence (MASINT) Multipurpose Networks Processing exploitation dissemination (PED) Signals intelligence (SIGINT) S&R • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Biometrics Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, highyield explosives (CBRNE) EO/IR/MS/laser Full Motion Video Global positioning system (GPS) Identification friend or foe (IFF) Motion detection Multipurpose Night vision Radar/Lidar Sonar/acoustic/ magnetic Targeting pods Unmanned vehicles Weather EW/IO • • • • • Information operations tools (Attack) IR countermeasures Multipurpose Radio frequency (RF) countermeasures Radar warning receivers 5
  • 6. Major Challenges • • • Reduced defense budgets, force structure, tables of equipment, and platforms results in fewer C4ISR systems. Export restrictions result in lost opportunities and less capable equipment. COTS challenges include a lack of standardization, questionable supply chain integrity, and component reliability, especially under harsh conditions. 6
  • 7. Major Drivers • • • An emphasis on networked forces is spreading to all nations seeking to modernize their C4ISR systems. Increased spending by Middle Eastern and Asian Pacific nations drives improved and networked sensors, processing, and communications. A Surge in COTS systems acquisition reduces costs, speeds procurement schedules, eases integration, and promotes more frequent technology refresh rates. 7
  • 8. C4ISR Segments Market Share C2, Intelligence and Electronic Warfare segments are expected to increase in relative market share through 2021 Total C4ISR Market: Estimated Percent Spending Forecast by Segment, Global, 2012-2021 Source: Frost & Sullivan 8
  • 9. C4ISR Regional Overview High Attractiveness High Medium Attractiveness Asia-Pacific Middle East Market Growth Europe LATAM Africa Low Attractiveness North America Low High Low Market Value The table represents spending and growth rate for C4ISR from 2014 to 2021. Source: Frost & Sullivan 9
  • 10. Key Countries Country Program Segment Technology Value ($ M) Contractor Australia Wideband Global SATCOM-6 C2 SATCOM 234 Boeing Brazil Army Communications and EW Communications Radio, RF CM 400 Embraer Atech Canada Arctic Patrol RQ-4B Polar Hawk UAV S&R EO/IR TBD Northrop Grumman/L-3 France Battlefield Digitization MOIE SIC Terre Computers Networks 300 Thales/Airbus Germany Combat Vehicle C4 Upgrades Communications Radio 150 Rohde & Schwarz India Integrated Air Command & Control C2 Radar 300 Bharat Israel Iron Dome, David’s Sling, Arrow 3 Missile Defense S&R Radar TBD Raytheon, Rafael, IAI, Boeing 270 IAI, Elbit, Finmeccanica/ Thales-Telespazio Italy Opsat 3000 Satellite S&R EO/IR Source: Frost & Sullivan 10
  • 11. Key Countries (continued) Country Program Segment Technology Value ($ M) Contractor Japan Hawkeye Airborne Early Warning Replacement S&R Radar TBD TBD-Northrop Grumman, Kawasaki Saudi Arabia Falcon Family Tactical Radios Communications Radio 500 Harris South Africa Project Hoefyster Infantry Fighting Vehicle Replacements Multipurpose Radio 350 Patria, Denel, Airbus, Saab South Korea KDX-III Aegis Destroyers S&R Radar TBD Hyundai, Daewoo, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon Taiwan Patriot Advanced Capability 3 S&R Radar 1,300 Lockheed Martin, Raytheon Turkey Standoff Jamming Capability EW RF CM 1,000 Aselsan and TBD United Kingdom Airseeker ISR RC-135 Rivet Joint Intelligence SIGINT 400 Boeing United States Satellite Control Network C2, S&R SATCOM 550 Honeywell Source: Frost & Sullivan 11
  • 12. Conclusions • • • The Global C4ISR market is expected to grow steadily despite budgetary pressure among western nations. There will be increased demand for networked communications, national C2, sensor upgrades, space capability, intelligence, and electronic warfare systems among emerging and developing countries. Missile Defense, Unmanned Vehicles of all types, and Software Defined Radio are areas of focus. COTS dominated solutions with open, scalable, and modular architecture are anticipated to eventually replace most legacy systems over the study period. 12
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  • 16. For Additional Information Jennifer Carson Corporate Communications Aerospace & Defense (210) 247-2450 Jennifer.carson@frost.com Brad Curran Industry Analyst Aerospace & Defense (210) 477-8496 Brad.curran@frost.com Wayne Plucker Research Manager Aerospace & Defense (210) 247-3869 Wayne.plucker@frost.com Gary Leikin Vice President Aerospace & Defense (415) 888-8074 Gary.leiken@frost.com 16