Leading 20 Airborne ISR (Intelligence,
Surveillance & Reconnaissance)
Companies 2014
Competitive Landscape Analysis

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1. Executive Summary
1.1 Assessing the competitive landscape of the Airborne ISR market
1.2 Benefits of This Repo...
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4.3 The Boeing Company
4.3.1 The Boeing Company Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products
4.3.2...
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4.8.5 Mergers & Acquisitions
4.9 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd.
4.9.1 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Company S...
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4.15 Rockwell Collins Inc
4.15.1 Rockwell Collins Inc Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products...
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4.20.4 Regional Focus
4.20.5 Mergers, Acquisitions & Divestitures
4.20.5.1 Mergers and Acquisitions
4.20.5.2 Dive...
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List of Tables
Table 2.1 Leading 20 Companies in the Military Airborne ISR Market 2014 (Company Name, Subsidiary/...
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Table 4.21 FLIR Systems Inc, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR
Marke...
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Table 4.44 Lockheed Martin Corporation, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military
Airborn...
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Table 4.67 SWOT Analysis of Safran Group 2014
Table 4.68 Textron Inc, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m,...
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Figure 4.13 Finmeccanica SpA Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share)
Figure 4.14 Finmeccanic...
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Figure 4.49 Safran Group Company Structure 2014
Figure 4.50 Textron Inc Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborn...
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BAE Electronic Systems
BAE Intelligence & Security
BAE Land & Armaments
BAE Maritime
BAE Military Air & Informati...
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Digital Receiver Technology (DRT)
DRS Technologies
EADS
EADS CASA
EADS Cassidian
Elbit Energy
Elbit Systems Ltd
E...
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Forensic Technology WAI Inc.
Fortress Technologies
Fraser-Volpe LLC
French Navy
Galileo Avionica
GenCorp Inc.
Gen...
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IAI Military Aircraft Group
IAI MLM Division
ICx Technologies
Incubit Technology Ventures Ltd.
Insitu Inc.
InterS...
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Leidos
Leidos Engineering
Leidos Health
Leidos National Security
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
Lockheed Martin Aust...
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Pratt & Whitney
Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne
Procerus Technologies
PZL Swidnik
Qantas Group
Raytheon Advanced Progr...
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Rockwell Collins Government Systems
Rockwell Collins Inc.
Rolls-Royce
Ruag
Saab AB
Saab Air
Saab Commercial Aeron...
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Tawazun
TCOM
Telespazio
Textron Defense Systems
Textron Financial
Textron Inc.
Textron Marine & Land Systems
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Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report
Brazil Special Secretariat for the Security ...
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US Department for Homeland Security (US DHS)
US Department of Defence (DoD)
US Marine Corps
US Naval Air Systems ...
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Leading 20 Airborne ISR Companies 2014

  1. 1. Leading 20 Airborne ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance) Companies 2014 Competitive Landscape Analysis ©notice This material is copyright by visiongain. It is against the law to reproduce any of this material without the prior written agreement of visiongain. You cannot photocopy, fax, download to database or duplicate in any other way any of the material contained in this report. Each purchase and single copy is for personal use only.
  2. 2. Contents 1. Executive Summary 1.1 Assessing the competitive landscape of the Airborne ISR market 1.2 Benefits of This Report and Highlights 1.3 Report Structure 1.4 Methodology 2. Introduction to the Airborne ISR Market 2.1 The Importance of ISR 2.2 Airborne ISR Submarkets Defined 2.2.1 Maritime Patrol (MP) 2.2.2 Airborne Ground Surveillance (AGS) 2.2.3 Airborne Early Warning (AEW) 2.2.4 Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) 3. Competitor Positioning in the Airborne ISR Market 3.1 Leading 20 Companies in the Airborne ISR Market 3.2 Composition of the Airborne ISR Market in 2014 4. Leading 20 Companies in the Airborne ISR Market 4.1 Airbus Group 4.1.1 Airbus Group Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.1.2 Airbus Restructuring for Growth 4.1.3 Airbus Group SWOT Analysis 4.1.4 Regional Focus 4.1.5 Mergers & Acquisitions 4.2 BAE Systems PLC 4.2.1 BAE Systems PLC Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.2.2 BAE Systems, Enhancing its Global Position 4.2.3 BAE Systems SWOT Analysis 4.2.4 Regional Focus 4.2.5 Mergers, Acquisitions & Divestitures 4.2.5.1 Mergers & Acquisitions 4.2.5.2 Divestitures www.visiongain.com
  3. 3. Contents 4.3 The Boeing Company 4.3.1 The Boeing Company Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.3.2 Boeing, A Global Leader 4.3.3 The Boeing Company SWOT Analysis 4.3.4 Regional Focus 4.3.5 Mergers & Acquisitions 4.4 Elbit Systems 4.4.1 Elbit Systems Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.4.2 Elbit Systems, Expanding its Customer Base 4.4.3 Elbit Systems SWOT Analysis 4.4.4 Regional Focus 4.4.5 Mergers, Acquisitions & Divestitures 4.4.5.1 Mergers & Acquisitions 4.4.5.2 Divestitures 4.5 Finmeccanica SpA 4.5.1 Finmeccanica SpA Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.5.2 Subsidiaries Increase Finmeccanica SpA’s Stake in the Market 4.5.3 Finmeccanica SpA SWOT Analysis 4.5.4 Regional Focus 4.5.5 Mergers & Acquisitions 4.6 FLIR Systems Inc 4.6.1 FLIR Systems Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.6.2 FLIR Systems Streamlines Global Operations 4.6.3 FLIR Systems SWOT Analysis 4.6.4 Regional Focus 4.6.5 Mergers & Acquisitions 4.7 General Atomics 4.7.1 General Atomics Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.7.2 General Atomics, a Leader in UAV Development 4.7.3 General Atomics SWOT Analysis 4.7.4 Regional Focus 4.8 General Dynamics Corporation 4.8.1 General Dynamics Corporation Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.8.2 General Dynamics, Sensors, Data Links and Analytics 4.8.3 General Dynamics Corporation SWOT Analysis 4.8.4 Regional Focus www.visiongain.com
  4. 4. Contents 4.8.5 Mergers & Acquisitions 4.9 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. 4.9.1 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.9.2 IAI’s Global Reach and In-House Integration are Key Strengths for Future Growth 4.9.3 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd SWOT Analysis 4.9.4 Regional Focus 4.10 L-3 Communications Holdings 4.10.1 L-3 Communications Holdings Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.10.2 L-3 Maintains its Strong Market Position 4.10.3 L-3 Communications Holdings SWOT Analysis 4.10.4 Regional Focus 4.10.5 Mergers & Acquisitions 4.11 Leidos/SAIC 4.11.1 Leidos/SAIC Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.11.2 Leidos/SAIC Restructure Opens New Market Opportunities 4.11.3 Leidos/SAIC SWOT Analysis 4.11.4 Regional Focus 4.11.5 Mergers & Acquisitions 4.12 Lockheed Martin Corporation 4.12.1 Lockheed Martin Corporation Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.12.2 Lockheed Martin, Seeking Next-Gen UAV technology 4.12.3 Lockheed Martin Corporation SWOT Analysis 4.12.4 Regional Focus 4.12.5 Mergers & Acquisitions 4.13 Northrop Grumman Corporation 4.13.1 Northrop Grumman Corporation Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.13.2 Northrop Grumman’s Heavy Involvement in UAV Technology 4.13.3 Northrop Grumman Corporation SWOT Analysis 4.13.4 Regional Focus 4.13.5 Mergers & Acquisitions 4.14 Raytheon Company 4.14.1 Raytheon Corporation Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.14.2 Strength in Sensor and Radar Technology 4.14.3 Raytheon Corporation SWOT Analysis 4.14.4 Regional Focus 4.14.5 Mergers & Acquisitions www.visiongain.com
  5. 5. Contents 4.15 Rockwell Collins Inc 4.15.1 Rockwell Collins Inc Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.15.2 Rockwell Collins - Expanding its R&D Budget 4.15.3 Rockwell Collins Inc SWOT Analysis 4.15.4 Regional Focus 4.15.5 Mergers, Acquisitions & Divestitures 4.15.5.1 Mergers and Acquisitions 4.15.5.2 Divestitures 4.16 Saab AB 4.16.1 Saab AB Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.16.2 Saab Streamlining US Operations 4.16.3 Saab AB SWOT Analysis 4.16.4 Regional Focus 4.16.5 Mergers & Acquisitions 4.17 Safran Group 4.17.1 Safran Group Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.17.2 Joint Ventures & In-House System Integration are Priorities for Safran 4.17.3 Safran Group SWOT Analysis 4.17.4 Regional Focus 4.17.5 Mergers & Acquisitions 4.18 Textron Inc 4.18.1 Textron Inc Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.18.2 Restructure & Consolidation to Boost Efficiency 4.18.3 Textron Inc SWOT Analysis 4.18.4 Regional Focus 4.18.5 Mergers, Acquisitions & Joint Ventures 4.19 Thales Group 4.19.1 Thales Group Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.19.2 Thales, Expanding Outside of its Traditional Customer Base 4.19.3 Thales Group SWOT Analysis 4.19.4 Regional Focus 4.19.5 Mergers & Acquisitions 4.20 United Technologies Corporation 4.20.1 United Technologies Corporation Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Contracts and Products 4.20.2 UTC Aims for Diversity & Market Growth 4.20.3 United Technologies Corporation SWOT Analysis www.visiongain.com
  6. 6. Contents 4.20.4 Regional Focus 4.20.5 Mergers, Acquisitions & Divestitures 4.20.5.1 Mergers and Acquisitions 4.20.5.2 Divestitures 5. SWOT Analysis of the Airborne ISR Market 2014 5.1 Strengths 5.2 Weaknesses 5.3 Opportunities 5.4 Threats 6. Expert Opinion 6.1 Mr Ryan Hazlett, Vice President Business Development, AAI Unmanned Aircraft Systems 6.1.1 AAI’s Strength in UAV’s 6.1.2 A Growing International Focus 6.1.3 Mission Flexibility and Miniaturization are Key Technological Trends 6.1.4 Textron Systems Responds to Customer Needs 6.1.5 Depth of Experience is a Crucial Factor in Continued Growth 7. Conclusions 7.1 Market Share & Outlook for the 20 Leading Airborne ISR Companies 8. Glossary www.visiongain.com
  7. 7. Contents List of Tables Table 2.1 Leading 20 Companies in the Military Airborne ISR Market 2014 (Company Name, Subsidiary/Division) Table 3.1 Leading 20 Companies in the Military Airborne ISR Market 2014 (Total Revenue $m, Market Ranking, Market Share %, Capex) Table 4.1 Airbus Group, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.2 Airbus Group Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Table 4.3 Airbus Group Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.4 SWOT Analysis of the Airbus Group 2014 Table 4.5 BAE Systems PLC, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.6 BAE Systems Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Table 4.7 BAE Systems Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.8 SWOT Analysis of BAE Systems 2014 Table 4.9 The Boeing Company, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.10 The Boeing Company Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Table 4.11 The Boeing Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.12 SWOT Analysis of The Boeing Company 2014 Table 4.13 Elbit Systems Ltd, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.14 Elbit Systems Ltd. Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Table 4.15 Elbit Systems Ltd. Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.16 SWOT Analysis of Elbit Systems Ltd. 2014 Table 4.17 Finmeccanica SpA Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.18 Finmeccanica SpA Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Subsidiary, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Table 4.19 Finmeccanica SpA Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.20 SWOT Analysis of Finmeccanica SpA 2014 www.visiongain.com
  8. 8. Contents Table 4.21 FLIR Systems Inc, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.22 FLIR Systems Inc. Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.23 SWOT Analysis of FLIR Systems Inc. 2014 Table 4.24 General Atomics, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.25 General Atomics Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Table 4.26 General Atomics Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.27 SWOT Analysis of General Atomics 2014 Table 4.28 General Dynamics Corporation, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.29 General Dynamics Corporation Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Details) Table 4.30 General Dynamics Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.31 SWOT Analysis of General Dynamics Corporation 2014 Table 4.32 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.33 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Table 4.34 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.35 SWOT Analysis of Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd 2014 Table 4.36 L-3 Communications Holdings, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.37 L-3 Communications Holdings Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Table 4.38 L-3 Communications Holdings, Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.39 SWOT Analysis of L-3 Communications Holdings 2014 Table 4.40 Leidos/SAIC, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.41 Leidos/SAIC Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Table 4.42 Leidos/SAIC Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.43 SWOT Analysis of Leidos/SAIC 2014 www.visiongain.com
  9. 9. Contents Table 4.44 Lockheed Martin Corporation, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.45 Lockheed Martin Corporation Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Table 4.46 Lockheed Martin Corporation Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.47 SWOT Analysis of Lockheed Martin Corporation 2014 Table 4.48 Northrop Grumman Corporation, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.49 Northrop Grumman Corporation Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Table 4.50 Northrop Grumman Corporation Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.51 SWOT Analysis of Northrop Grumman Corporation 2014 Table 4.52 Raytheon Company, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.53 Raytheon Company Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Table 4.54 Raytheon Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.55 SWOT Analysis of Raytheon Company 2014 Table 4.56 Rockwell Collins Inc, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.57 Rockwell Collins Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Details) Table 4.58 Rockwell Collins Inc Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.59 SWOT Analysis of Rockwell Collins Inc 2014 Table 4.60 Saab AB, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.61 Saab AB Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Table 4.62 Saab AB Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.63 SWOT Analysis of Saab AB 2014 Table 4.64 Safran Group (Sagem DS), Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.65 Safran Group Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Details) Table 4.66 Safran Group Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) www.visiongain.com
  10. 10. Contents Table 4.67 SWOT Analysis of Safran Group 2014 Table 4.68 Textron Inc, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.69 Textron Inc Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Table 4.70 Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Description) Table 4.71 SWOT Analysis of Textron Inc 2014 Table 4.72 Thales Group, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.73 Thales Group Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Details) Table 4.74 Thales Group Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.75 SWOT Analysis of Thales Group 2014 Table 4.76 United Technologies Corporation Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Table 4.77 United Technologies Corporation Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) Table 4.78 SWOT Analysis of United Technologies Corporation 2014 List of Figures Figure 3.1 Leading 20 Companies in the Airborne ISR Market, Market Share 2012 (% share) Figure 3.2 Headquarters of the Leading 20 Companies in the Airborne ISR Market, National Breakdown 2013 (% share) Figure 3.3 Headquarters of the Leading 20 Companies in the Airborne ISR Market, National Breakdown 2013 (% share) Figure 4.1 Airbus Group Market Share 2012 (% market share) Figure 4.2 Airbus Group Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.3 Airbus Group Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.4 BAE Systems Market Share 2012 (% market share) Figure 4.5 BAE Systems Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.6 BAE Systems Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.7 The Boeing Company Market Share 2012 (% market share) Figure 4.8 The Boeing Company Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.9 The Boeing Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.10 Elbit Systems Ltd. Market Share 2012 (% market share) Figure 4.11 Elbit Systems Ltd. Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.12 Elbit Systems Ltd. Company Structure 2014 www.visiongain.com
  11. 11. Contents Figure 4.13 Finmeccanica SpA Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.14 Finmeccanica SpA Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.15 Finmeccanica SpA, Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.16 FLIR Systems Inc. Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.17 FLIR Systems Inc. Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.18 FLIR Systems Inc. Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.19 General Atomics Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.20 General Atomics Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.21 General Dynamics Corporation Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.22General Dynamics Corporation Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.23 General Dynamics Corporation Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.24 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.25 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.26 L-3 Communications Holdings Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.27 L-3 Communications Holdings Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.28 L-3 Communications Holdings Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.29 Leidos/SAIC Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.30 Leidos/SAIC Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.31 Leidos/SAIC Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.32 Lockheed Martin Corporation Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.33 Lockheed Martin Corporation Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.34 Lockheed Martin Corporation Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.35 Northrop Grumman Corporation Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.36 Northrop Grumman Corporation Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.37 Northrop Grumman Corporation Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.38 Raytheon Company Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.39 Raytheon Company Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.40 Raytheon Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.41 Rockwell Collins Inc Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.42 Rockwell Collins Inc Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.43 Rockwell Collins Inc Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.44 Saab AB Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.45 Saab AB Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.46 Saab AB Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.47 Safran Group Company Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.48 Safran Group Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) www.visiongain.com
  12. 12. Contents Figure 4.49 Safran Group Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.50 Textron Inc Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.51 Textron Inc. Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.52 Textron Inc Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.53 Thales Group Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.54 Thales Group Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.55 Thales Group Company Structure 2014 Figure 4.56 United Technologies Corporation Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% Airborne ISR Market Share) Figure 4.57 United Technologies Corporation Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn) Figure 4.58 United Technologies Corporation Company Structure 2014 Companies Mentioned in This Report 3Di Technologies AAI Corporation AAI Logistics & Technical Services AAI Test & Training AAI Unmanned Aircraft Systems Abu Dhabi Advanced Radar Systems (ADARS) Advanced Electronics Company (AEC) AgustaWestland AgustaWestland Tilt Rotor Company Airborne Technologies Inc (ATI) Airbus Airbus Defence and Space Airbus Group Airbus Helicopters Alenia Aermacchi Ansaldo Energia Ansaldo STS AnsaldoBreda Argon ST Aselsan Elektronic Sanayi ve Ticaret AS Astrium ATR Avibras Divisão Aerea e Naval S.A (Avibras) www.visiongain.com
  13. 13. Contents BAE Electronic Systems BAE Intelligence & Security BAE Land & Armaments BAE Maritime BAE Military Air & Information BAE Regional Aircraft BAE Shared Services BAE Support Solutions BAE Systems PLC BAE Systems Australia BAE Systems Detica BAE Systems India BAE Systems Saudi Arabia BAE Unmanned Systems Bath Iron Works BC Partners Bedek Aviation Group Bell Helicopters Boeing Capital Corporation Boeing Commercial Boeing Defence, Space & Security Boeing Integrated Defense Systems Boeing Shared Services Group BredaMenarinibus Carl Zeiss AG Carl Zeiss Optronics Carlyle Group Cassidian Optronics CDL Systems Ltd. Cessna Chandler/May Inc Chip PC Ltd. Chuguev Aircraft Repair Plant (CharZ) ConverDyn Cotter Dassault Aviation www.visiongain.com
  14. 14. Contents Digital Receiver Technology (DRT) DRS Technologies EADS EADS CASA EADS Cassidian Elbit Energy Elbit Systems Ltd Elbit Systems Aerostructures Elbit Systems C4I Systems Elbit Systems Communications Elbit Systems Cyber Defence Elbit Systems Electro-Optics Elbit Systems EW & SIGINT Elbit Systems Helmet Mounted Systems Elbit Systems Homeland Security Elbit Systems ISR Elbit Systems Land Systems Elbit Systems Military Aviation Elbit Systems Naval Systems Elbit Systems Training and Simulation Elbit Systems UAS Eliradar Elta Systems Ltd. Embraer Defesa Embraer SA Endress&Hauser Holding AG Ericsson Microwave Systems Eurofighter GmBH EZ GO Fairchild Imaging Inc Finmeccanica SpA FLIR Commercial Systems FLIR Government Systems FLIR Systems Inc. FLIR Thermography Fokker Technologies www.visiongain.com
  15. 15. Contents Forensic Technology WAI Inc. Fortress Technologies Fraser-Volpe LLC French Navy Galileo Avionica GenCorp Inc. General Atomics General Atomics Aeronautical Systems General Atomics Systems Integration General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems Inc (ASI) General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products General Dynamics Aviation Services General Dynamics C4I Systems General Dynamics Canada General Dynamics Combat Systems General Dynamics Corporation General Dynamics European Land Systems General Dynamics Gulfstream Aerospace General Dynamics Information Technology General Dynamics Jet Aviation General Dynamics Land Systems General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems General Dynamics United Kingdom Ltd Gentex Corporation Goodrich Corporation Goodrich Electrical Power System Goodrich Power Systems Goodrich Pump & Engine Control Systems Greenline Hamilton Sundstrand Harpia Sistemas SA Hawker Beechcraft Heathgate Resources Pty LTD IAI Commercial Aircraft Group IAI Engineering & Development Group IAI Malat Division www.visiongain.com
  16. 16. Contents IAI Military Aircraft Group IAI MLM Division ICx Technologies Incubit Technology Ventures Ltd. Insitu Inc. InterSense Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Jacobsen Kaiser Optical Systems Inc. Kautex Kazahkstan Engineering KOR Electronics Defense Solutions Kylmar Ltd L-1 Identity Solutions Inc L-1 Identity Solutions Inc Intelligence Services Group L-3 Advanced Laser Systems Technologies Inc L-3 Aeromet L-3 Airborne Technologies Inc L-3 Ami L-3 Army Fleet Support L-3 ASA L-3 ComCept L-3 Comms Systems East L-3 Comms Systems West L-3 Communications Holdings L-3 Crestview Aerospace L-3 Integrated Optical Systems L-3 KEO L-3 MAS L-3 Mission Integration L-3 Photonics L-3 Platform Integration L-3 STRATIS L-3 Systems Field Support L-3 TCS L-3 WESCAM www.visiongain.com
  17. 17. Contents Leidos Leidos Engineering Leidos Health Leidos National Security Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Lockheed Martin Australia Lockheed Martin Canada Lockheed Martin Corporation Lockheed Martin Electronic Systems Lockheed Martin Space Systems Lockheed Martin UK Lorex Technology Lycoming Engines MBDA Medav Mercury Computer Systems Morpho NASSCO Neodyne Industries NH Industries Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems Northrop Grumman Australia Pty Ltd Northrop Grumman Corporation Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems Northrop Grumman Information Systems Northrop Grumman Systems Corp Northrop Grumman Technical Services Nuclear Fuels Corporation OASYS Technology LLC Optics 1 Inc Optovac Optovac Mecanica e Optoelectonica Ltda Optronbras Ltda Otis Oto Melara Piaggio Aero Industries www.visiongain.com
  18. 18. Contents Pratt & Whitney Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne Procerus Technologies PZL Swidnik Qantas Group Raytheon Advanced Programs Raytheon Australia Raytheon Combat and Sensing Systems Raytheon Company Raytheon Cybersecurity Solutions Raytheon ELCAN Optical Technologies Raytheon Environmental Solutions Raytheon Federal IT Raytheon Global Integrated Sensors Raytheon Homeland Security Raytheon Integrated Air and Missile Defence Raytheon Integrated Comms Systems Raytheon Integrated Ground Control Raytheon Intelligence Raytheon Intelligence & Information Systems Raytheon Missile Systems Raytheon Operations Raytheon Seapower Capabilities Raytheon Secure Information Systems Raytheon Security & Transport Systems Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems Raytheon Technical Services Company Raytheon UK Raytheon Vision Systems Reosc Rheinmetall Unmanned Aerial Systems Rheinmetall Airborne Systems Rio Grande Resources Corporation Robonic Ltd. OY Rocketdyne Group Rockwell Collins Commercial Systems www.visiongain.com
  19. 19. Contents Rockwell Collins Government Systems Rockwell Collins Inc. Rolls-Royce Ruag Saab AB Saab Air Saab Commercial Aeronautics Saab Defence and Security USA LLC Saab Group Saab Land Saab Microwave Systems Saab Naval Saab Security Safran Electronics Asia PTE Ltd Safran Electronics Canada Inc Safran Group Sagem Avionics LLC Sagem DS Sagem Navigation GmbH SAIC Sandia Corporation Selex Sistemi Integrati Selex Elsag Selex ES Selex Galileo Selex Sensors & Airborne Systems (S&AS) Sensis Corporation Sharp Aviation K Sharp Elbit Systems AeroSpace Inc Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation Sofradir Solutions Made Simple Inc Spezialtechnik Dresden and Subsidiaries SuperJet International Tamam Tampa Microwave www.visiongain.com
  20. 20. Contents Tawazun TCOM Telespazio Textron Defense Systems Textron Financial Textron Inc. Textron Marine & Land Systems Textron Systems Textron Systems Advanced Systems Thales Aerospace Thales Alenia Space Thales Defence Thales Group Thales Security Thales Space Thales Transportation Thales UK Thales Visionix Inc ThalesRaytheon Systems The Boeing Company Triumph Group Inc United Technologies Corporation UTC Aerospace Systems UTC Climate, Controls & Security UTC Propulsion & Aerospace Systems Vectronix AG Vectronix Inc Via Sat Inc. Visionix Visual Analytics Inc. WASS www.visiongain.com
  21. 21. Contents Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report Brazil Special Secretariat for the Security of Major Events Brazillian Air Force British Army Royal Artillery Chilean Air Force Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) FIFA French Air Force French DGA (Ministry of Defence) German Federal Ministry of Defence German Navy Indian Army Indian Navy Israel Ministry of Defence Israeli Air Force Israeli Defence Force Italian Navy North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Pakistan Aeronautical Complex Philippine Navy Republic of Korea Navy Royal Air Force of Oman Royal Australian Navy (RAN) Royal Saudi Air Force Royal Singaporean Air Force (RSAF) Swedish Air Force Turkish Air Force UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) UK Royal Air Force (RAF) United Nations US Air Force (UASF) US Army US Army Engineer Research and Development Center US Central Command US Customs & Border Protection www.visiongain.com
  22. 22. Contents US Department for Homeland Security (US DHS) US Department of Defence (DoD) US Marine Corps US Naval Air Systems Command US Naval and Air Systems Command US Navy US National Guard US Office of Naval Research US Special Operations Command (SOCOM) www.visiongain.com
  23. 23. Leading 20 Airborne ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance) Companies 2014: Competitive Landscape Analysis 4.11 Leidos/SAIC Table 4.40 Leidos/SAIC, Company Profile (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m, % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market, Military Airborne ISR market share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Ranking Total Revenue $m Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market $m % Revenue from Military Airborne ISR Market Military Airborne ISR market share % Total Company Capital Expenditure $m Subsidiaries in the Airborne ISR Market Headquarters Ticker IR Contact Website 9 $11,173m $881.6m 7.9% 4.9% $m Leidos National Security Virginia, USA NYSE: LDOS John Sweeney, Senior Vice President of Investor Relations www.leidos.com Source: Visiongain 2014 Figure 4.29 Leidos/SAIC Airborne ISR Market Share 2012 (% market share) 4.9% Source: Visiongain 2014 www.visiongain.com Page 107
  24. 24. Leading 20 Airborne ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance) Companies 2014: Competitive Landscape Analysis Table 4.53 Raytheon Company Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details) Date Country Value Expires Details Raytheon Company has received a contract from Boeing to develop an international version of the Jul-10 USA - - APY-10 surveillance radar. The long-range, multimission, maritime and overland surveillance radars will be installed on the P-8I aircraft Boeing is building for the Indian Navy. Raytheon Company has received a $9m contract option award from the U.S. Navy to retrofit new Sep-10 USA $9m - infrared technology on Advanced Targeting Forward Looking Infrared pod systems for use on F/A-18C-F aircraft. Naval Air Systems Command has awarded a $52 million contract to Raytheon Company to Dec-10 USA $52m Dec-13 produce APG-79 Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radars for F/A-18 Super Hornet tactical aircraft. Boeing has awarded Raytheon Company a low rate initial production contract to develop six Feb-11 USA - - long-range, multi-mission maritime and overland surveillance radars plus spares for its P-8A Poseidon aircraft. Raytheon Company has been awarded a $50 million contract to deliver 50 AAS-44C(V) MultiSpectral Targeting Systems for use on the U.S. Mar-11 USA $50m - Navy's MH-60R and MH-60S helicopters. This airborne forward looking infrared targeting system provides video imagery that helps soldiers, intelligence analysts and commanders in the field make critical operating decisions. Raytheon has been awarded a $42m U.S. Air Mar-11 USA $42m Feb-13 Force contract for additional AN/AAQ-29A forward looking infrared imaging systems for installation on Pave Hawk HH-60G helicopters. www.visiongain.com Page 138
  25. 25. Leading 20 Airborne ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance) Companies 2014: Competitive Landscape Analysis 6. Expert Opinion 6.1 Mr Ryan Hazlett, Vice President Business Development, AAI Unmanned Aircraft Systems 6.1.1 AAI’s Strength in UAV’s VG: What role does AAI Unmanned Aircraft Systems play in the Airborne ISR market? Ryan Hazlett: We are best known as prime contractor and lead systems integrator for products ® including the U.S. Army program-of-record RQ-7B Shadow Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System ® (UAS), known commercially as the Shadow 200, as well as the One System Remote Video Terminal (OSRVT). We offer a range of UAS capabilities, from the renowned RQ-7B Shadow that’s flown more than 880,000 flight hours, to the new Shadow M2 with enhanced endurance, reliability ® and multi-mission capability. Our Aerosonde Small UAS is in service for U.S. Department of Defense customers, providing high-endurance intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) and other mission sets. We also have a significant legacy of UAS command-and-control expertise, from the legacy One System Ground Control Station to the OSRVT and the new, interoperable Universal Ground Control Station. In addition, Textron Systems supports these products with training, operations and maintenance solutions. 6.1.2 A Growing International Focus VG: Who are the main customers for these products? RH: Our products are in service with both U.S. and international customers. The Shadow 200 is in service with the U.S. Army and Marine Corps, as well as the Australian Defence Force and Swedish military. The Italian military is contracted to receive four systems as well. Our Aerosonde system is in service for multiple U.S. Department of Defense customers providing key ISR support, and also has begun performing ISR work for commercial customers. In addition, these and our new Shadow M2 are all under consideration by additional customers domestically and internationally. The scientific configuration of our Aerosonde Small UAS has been utilized in for research in some of the world’s harshest environments. In 2007, an Aerosonde was the first unmanned aircraft to penetrate the eye of a hurricane. Under a program administered by NASA and the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Aerosonde aircraft flew a mission of more than 17 www.visiongain.com Page 190

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