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  • 1. Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market 2014-2024 Top Companies in Immersive, Interactive, Constructed & Computer Based Training ©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. www.visiongain.com Contents 1. Report Overview 1.1 Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 1.2 Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Segmentation 1.3 Why You Should Read This Report 1.4 How This Report Delivers 1.5 Key Questions Answered by This Analytical Report Include: 1.6 Who is This Report For? 1.7 Methodology 1.8 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 1.9 Associated Visiongain Reports 1.10 About Visiongain 2. Introduction to the Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market 2.1 Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Structure Overview 2.2 Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Definition 2.2.1 Flight Segment 2.2.1.1 Jet Aircraft 2.2.1.2 Rotary-Wing 2.2.1.3 Transport Aircraft 2.2.1.4 UAV 2.2.1.5 Other Flight 2.2.2 Non-Flight Segment 2.2.2.1 Combat 2.2.2.2 Naval 2.2.2.3 Vehicle 2.2.2.4 Medical 2.2.2.5 Command 2.2.2.6 Maintenance
  • 3. www.visiongain.com Contents 2.2.2.7 Cultural and Language 3. Global Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market 2014-2024 3.1 Global Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2014-2024 3.2 Issues, Trends and Developments within the Global Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market 3.3 Global Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 4. Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarkets 2014- 2024 4.1 Flight & Non Flight Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Comparisons 4.1.1 Flight Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket 2014-2024 4.1.1.1 Flight Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast 2014-2024 4.1.1.2 Flight Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014-2024 4.1.1.2.1 Jet Flight Simulation Systems 4.1.1.2.2 Rotary Flight Simulator Systems 4.1.1.2.3 Transport Flight Simulator Systems 4.1.1.2.4 UAV Flight Simulator Systems 4.1.1.2.5 Other Flight Simulator Systems 4.1.2 Non-Flight Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket 2014-2024 4.1.2.1 Non-Flight Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast 2014-2024 4.1.2.2 Non-Flight Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014-2024 4.1.2.2.1 Combat Simulation Systems 4.1.2.2.2 Naval Simulation Systems 4.1.2.2.3 Vehicle Simulation Systems 4.1.2.2.4 Medical Simulation Systems
  • 4. www.visiongain.com Contents 4.1.2.2.5 Command Simulation Systems 4.1.2.2.6 Maintenance Simulation Systems 4.1.2.2.7 Culture and Language Simulation Systems 4.2 Military Simulation Modelling and Virtual Training Secondary Submarket Comparisons 5. Leading 15 National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Markets 2014-2024 5.1 Leading 15 National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Markets Forecast 2014-2024 5.1.1 Leading 15 National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Markets Share Forecast 2014-2024 5.1.2 Fastest Growing of the 15 Leading National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Markets 2014-2024 5.1.3 Growth Opportunities in the Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market 2014-2024 5.1.4 Barriers to Entry to the Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market 2014 5.2 USA Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014-2024 5.2.1 USA National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014- 2024 5.2.2 USA Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014- 2024 5.2.3 US Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Analysis 5.2.3.1 Impact of Budget Cuts on the USA Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Market 5.2.3.2 What will be the Effects of USA’s Strategic Rebalancing? 5.2.3.3 USA’s Virtual Battlespace 3 5.2.4 USA Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 5.2.5 USA Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes 5.3 UK Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014-2024 5.3.1 UK National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014- 2024 5.3.2 UK Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014-2024
  • 5. www.visiongain.com Contents 5.3.3 UK Shifting to a Slimmer Military Force 5.3.4 UK Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 5.3.5 UK Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes 5.4 Chinese Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014-2024 5.4.1 Chinese National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014-2024 5.4.2 Chinese Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014- 2024 5.4.3 Chinese Military Modernisation Efforts Drive Defence Spending 5.4.4 Chinese Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 5.4.5 Chinese Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes 5.5 French Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014-2024 5.5.1 French National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014-2024 5.5.2 French Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014- 2024 5.5.3 France’s SCIPIO Comprehensive Training Programme 5.5.4 French Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 5.5.5 French Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes 5.6 Israeli Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014-2024 5.6.1 Israeli Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014-2024 5.6.2 Israeli Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014- 2024 5.6.3 Regional Instability Promotes Defence Spending 5.6.4 Israeli Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 5.6.5 Israeli Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes 5.7 German Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014-2024 5.7.1 German Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014-2024 5.7.2 German Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown Forecasts 2014-2024
  • 6. www.visiongain.com Contents 5.7.3 Germany, Seeking to Reduce Defence Expenditure 5.7.4 German Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 5.7.5 German Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes 5.8 Canadian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2014-2024 5.8.1 Canadian National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014-2024 5.8.2 Canadian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014-2024 5.8.3 Canada’s Maritime and Naval Investment 5.8.4 Canadian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 5.8.5 Canadian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes 5.9 Australian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014-2024 5.9.1 Australian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014- 2024 5.9.2 Australian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014-2024 5.9.3 Australia Set to Become Key Regional Power 5.9.4 Australian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 5.9.5 Australian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes 5.10 Indian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014-2024 5.10.1 Indian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014-2024 5.10.2 Indian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014- 2024 5.10.3 Indian Offensive and Defensive Military Modernisation 5.10.4 Indian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 5.10.5 Indian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes 5.11 Russian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014-2024 5.11.1 Russian National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014-2024
  • 7. www.visiongain.com Contents 5.11.2 Russian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014-2024 5.11.3 Increasing Professionalism Requires Training Investment 5.11.4 Russian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 5.11.5 Russian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes 5.12 Saudi Arabia Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014- 2024 5.12.1 Saudi Arabia Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014- 2024 5.12.2 Saudi Arabia Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014-2024 5.12.3 Saudi Arabia Responds to Security Threats with Increased Defence Spending 5.12.4 Saudi Arabia Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 5.12.5 Saudi Arabia Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes 5.13 Italian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014-2024 5.13.1 Italian National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014-2024 5.13.2 Italian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014- 2024 5.13.3 Italian Military Seeking Cost-Effective Capabilities 5.13.4 Italian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 5.13.5 Italian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes 5.14 South Korean Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014- 2024 5.14.1 South Korean National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014-2024 5.14.2 South Korean Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014-2024 5.14.3 South Korea’s Next Generation Platform Investment 5.14.4 South Korean Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints
  • 8. www.visiongain.com Contents 5.14.5 South Korean Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes 5.15 Japanese Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014-2024 5.15.1 Japanese National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014-2024 5.15.2 Japanese Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014-2024 5.15.3 Japanese Responds to Growing Regional Tensions 5.15.4 Japanese Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 5.15.5 Japanese Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes 5.16 Brazilian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014-2024 5.16.1 Brazilian National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014-2024 5.16.2 Brazilian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014-2024 5.16.3 Brazilian Military Modernisation 5.16.4 Brazilian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 5.16.5 Brazilian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes 5.17 Rest of the World Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014-2024 5.17.1 RoW National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Overview 2014-2024 5.17.2 RoW Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Submarket Breakdown 2014- 2024 5.17.3 Lower Barriers to Entry Create Market Opportunities 5.17.4 RoW Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints 5.17.5 RoW Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes
  • 9. www.visiongain.com Contents 6. SWOT Analysis of the Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market 2014-2024 7. Expert Opinion 7.1 MASA Group 7.1.1 Recent Changes for MASA 7.1.2 MASA Life & Sword 7.1.3 Nearly a Decade of Development 7.1.4 Customisation of the System 7.1.5 MASA’s Regional Focus 7.1.6 Are Budget Cuts Creating Market Opportunities? 7.1.7 Increasing Realism & Interoperability 7.1.8 Technological Developments in the Future 7.2 NGRAIN 7.2.1 Position of NGRAIN in the Market 7.2.2 Endless Application Possibilities for NGRAIN Systems 7.2.3 Benefits for the Military 7.2.4 Key Future Markets 7.2.5 Diversification of Operations 7.2.6 Support Military in Cost Reduction 7.2.7 3D Augmented Reality Key for the Future 7.3 Opal R-T Technologies 7.3.1 Opal-RT’s Role in the Market 7.3.2 Opal-RT’s Solutions 7.3.3 Modelling & Testing 7.3.4 Opal R-T’s Regional Focus 7.3.5 Advantages of Opal-RT’s Solutions 7.3.6 Impact of Budget Cuts? 7.3.7 Specialising in Test Bench
  • 10. www.visiongain.com Contents 7.3.8 Future of Opal-RT 8. Leading Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Companies 8.1 Airbus Group 8.1.1 Airbus Group Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.1.2 Airbus Group Reorganises in bid to Increase Profits 8.1.3 Airbus Group Regional Focus 8.1.4 Airbus Group Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.2 BAE Systems 8.2.1 BAE Systems PLC Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) interface simulator (MIS) 8.2.2 BAE Systems’ Strong Future Outlook 8.2.3 BAE Systems Regional Focus 8.2.4 BAE Systems Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.3 The Boeing Company 8.3.1 The Boeing Company Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.3.2 Boeing Secures its Market Position with Major Platform Programmes 8.3.3 The Boeing Company Regional Focus 8.2.2 The Boeing Company Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.4 CAE Inc 8.4.1 CAE Inc Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.4.2 CAE Continue to be a Dominant Force in the Simulation Market 8.4.3 CAE Inc Regional Focus 8.4.4 CAE Inc. Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.5 Cubic
  • 11. www.visiongain.com Contents 8.5.1 Cubic Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.5.2 Cubic, A Leading Provider of Live and Immersive Training 8.5.3 Cubic Regional Focus 8.5.4 Cubic Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.6 Elbit Systems 8.6.1 Elbit Systems Ltd. Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.6.2 Close Ties to Israeli Military are A Key Strength 8.6.3 Elbit Systems Regional Focus 8.6.4 Elbit Systems Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.6 Finmeccanica SpA 8.6.1 Finmeccanica SpA Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.6.2 Finmeccanica Looking to Turn a Corner 8.6.3 Finmeccanica SpA Regional Focus 8.6.4 Finmeccanica SpA Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ . Programmes/ Projects 8.7 General Dynamics Corporation 8.7.1 General Dynamics. Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.7.2 General Dynamics Looking to Expand International Sales 8.7.3 General Dynamics C4 Systems Regional Focus 8.7.4 General Dynamics C4 Systems Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.9 Krauss Maffei Wegmann GmBH & Co. 8.9.1 Krauss Maffei Wegmann GmBH & Co. Company Structure and Products 8.9.2 KMW, A European Leader 8.9.3 Krauss Maffei Wegmann GmBH & Co.Regional Focus 8.9.4 Krauss Maffei Wegmann GmBH & Co. Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.10 L-3 Communications Holdings
  • 12. www.visiongain.com Contents 8.10.1 L-3 Communications Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.10.2 L-3 Link Simulation & Training, A World Leading Systems Provider 8.10.3 L-3 Communications Regional Focus 8.10.4 L-3 Communications Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.11 Leidos 8.11.1 Leidos Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.11.2 Leidos Maintains a Strong Connection to the US DoD 8.11.3 Leidos Regional Focus 8.11.4 Leidos Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.12 Lockheed Martin Corporation 8.12.1 Lockheed Martin Corporation Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Products 8.12.2 Lockheed Martin Investigating Synthetic Environments 8.12.3 Lockheed Martin Corporation Regional Focus 8.12.4 Lockheed Martin Corporation Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.13 Meggitt PLC 8.13.1 Meggitt PLC Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.13.2 Meggitt Provide Combined Live and Virtual Training Systems 8.13.3 Meggitt PLC Regional Focus 8.13.4 Meggitt PLC Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.14 Northrop Grumman Corporation 8.14.1 Northrop Grumman Corporation Historic Revenue, Company Structure, Products 8.14.2 Northrop Grumman Supporting Saudi Training Operations 8.14.3 Northrop Grumman Corporation Regional Focus 8.14.4 Northrop Grumman Corporation Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.15 QinetiQ Group PLC
  • 13. www.visiongain.com Contents 8.15.1 QinetiQ Group PLC Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.15.2 QinetiQ Seeking Asian and Middle Eastern Expansion 8.15.3 QinetiQ Group PLC Regional Focus 8.15.4 QinetiQ Group PLC Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.16 Raytheon Company 8.16.1 Raytheon Company Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.16.2 Raytheon Targets International Sales Growth 8.16.3 Raytheon Company Regional Focus 8.16.4 Raytheon Company Corporation Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.17 Rheinmetall AG 8.17.1 Rheinmetall AG Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.17.2 Rheinmetall’s Expertise Continues to be a Key Asset 8.17.3 Rheinmetall AG Regional Focus 8.17.4 Rheinmetall AG Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.18 Rockwell Collins Inc 8.18.1Rockwell Collins Inc Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.18.2 Rockwell Collins’ Strong R&D Investment 8.18.3 Rockwell Collins Inc Regional Focus 8.18.4 Rockwell Collins Inc Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.19 Textron Systems Inc 8.19.1 Textron Inc Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.19.2 Textron Expands Market Position Through Acquisitions 8.19.3 Textron Inc Regional Focus 8.19.4 Textron Inc Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.20 Thales Group
  • 14. www.visiongain.com Contents 8.20.1 Thales Group Historic Revenue, Company Structure and Products 8.20.2 Thales Possess Diverse Product Portfolio 8.20.3 Thales Group Regional Focus 8.20.4 Thales Group Major Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Trainings Contracts/ Programmes/ Projects 8.21 Other Leading Companies Within the Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market 9. Conclusions
  • 15. Page 46www.visiongain.com Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market 2014-2024: Top Companies in Immersive, Interactive, Constructed & Computer Based Training Note: The real data has been redacted in this data table. Values are for illustrative purposes only • Barriers to entry analysis for markets around the world Note: The real data has been redacted in this data table. Values are for illustrative purposes only • Full transcripts of exclusive visiongain interviews with key opinion-leaders in the market from; MASA Group, NGRAIN and Opal R-T • Profiles of leading companies operating within the sector with market share analysis • SWOT analysis of the major strengths and weaknesses of the market, together with the opportunities available and the key threats faced • Conclusions & recommendations 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 Year 111 Country 4 Country 5Country 6Country 7 Country 8 Country 9 Country 10 Country 11 Country 12 Country 13 0 2 4 6 8 10 Barrierstoentry Annual growth rate % Country 1 Country 2 Country 3 Country 4 Country 5 Country 6 Country 7 Country 8 Country 9 Country 10 Country 11 Country 12 Country 13 Figure 1.3 Example Barriers to Entry Analysis 2014 (Market Size vs. AGR %) Figure 1.2 Example Submarket Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %) Source: Visiongain 2014 Source: Visiongain 2014 High Low
  • 16. Page 168www.visiongain.com Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market 2014-2024: Top Companies in Immersive, Interactive, Constructed & Computer Based Training 5.10.4 Indian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Drivers & Restraints Table 5.29 Indian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Drivers & Restraints Drivers Restraints Rapid acquisition of new platforms and systems Increased social spending Ambitious plans for technologically advanced future force, including acquisition of virtual training and simulation technologies Focus upon domestic contractors Military modernisation efforts Cancellations and delays to ambitious projects Threats to security domestically and internationally Strong economic growth Increased defence budget across all sectors 5.10.5 Indian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Contracts & Programmes Company Value ($m) Date Details CAE Inc - Jan-11 C-130H full-mission simulator. CAE Inc - Feb-11 Tata Group formed a partnership with CAE for the provision of T-90 and T-72 tank simulators for the Indian Ministry of Defence (IMOD). The simulators are to be delivered to the Indian Army. Rafael Advanced Defense Systems - Apr-11 Procurement of Spike anti tank guided missile (ATGM) of the Indian Army will also incorporate simulator acquisitions as part of the programme. Israeli company Rafael Advanced Defense Systems has been awarded the $1bn deal from the Indian MOD for the ATGM systems, and simulators will be used for training purposes for the Indian Army. CAE Inc 64 May-11 The Helicopter Academy to Train by Simulation of Flying is a joint venture between Indian firm Table 5.30 Indian Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Major Contracts & Programmes (Company, Value ($m), Date, Description) Source: Visiongain 2014
  • 17. Page 192www.visiongain.com Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market 2014-2024: Top Companies in Immersive, Interactive, Constructed & Computer Based Training 5.14 South Korean Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecasts 2014-2024 Table 5.40 South Korean National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative) 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2014-24 Sales $m 145.6 152.2 160.2 168.2 176.8 185.5 193.3 201.2 211.0 222.9 234.2 244.1 2149.5 AGR (%) 4.5 5.3 5.0 5.1 4.9 4.2 4.1 4.9 5.6 5.1 4.2 CAGR 2014-19(%) 4.9 2014- 2019 4.8 CAGR 2014-24(%) 4.8 Flight 100.5 105.2 109.8 114.3 119.3 127.0 133.6 138.8 146.3 153.8 161.2 168.4 1477.8 AGR % 4.7 4.4 4.1 4.3 6.5 5.2 3.9 5.4 5.1 4.8 4.5 Non-Flight 45.1 47.0 50.4 53.9 57.5 58.5 59.6 62.3 64.7 69.1 73.0 75.6 671.7 AGR % 4.1 7.3 6.9 6.8 1.6 2.0 4.6 3.8 6.7 5.8 3.5 Source: Visiongain 2014 2014 2019 2024 1.8 % 1.4 % 1.2 % Source: Visiongain 2014 Figure 5.89 South Korean National Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019 and 2024 (% Share)
  • 18. Page 224www.visiongain.com Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market 2014-2024: Top Companies in Immersive, Interactive, Constructed & Computer Based Training 7. Expert Opinion 7.1 MASA Group MASA Group is a global company focused on the development of Artificial Intelligence-based Modelling & Simulation software for the Defence, Public Safety, Healthcare and Game Development Markets. Their SWORD and LIFE products are of particular interest to the Military Simulation and Virtual Training market. Visiongain would like to thank Mr Juan Pablo Torres, CEO MASA Group, and Ms Amandine Pinget, Marketing and Communications Manager MASA Group, for their time and assistance in this research. 7.1.1 Recent Changes for MASA Visiongain: Could you comment on the current state of MASA and the recent changes the company has undergone? Juan Pablo Torres (JPT): Over the past 4 years the company has implemented an accelerated growth strategy. The growth plan had a strategic purpose to diversify the activities of the company along three main axes: 1) Transform the company from a services only company to a more balanced software editor. Previously MASA was only a services company working on a specific system for one specific customer in one specific country, as opposed to developing and editing products. We went from taking around 10% of our revenue in licences 5 years ago to over 50% today with our goal of 66% almost realised. 2) Geographical diversification was also a very important avenue to pursue. Until very recently, MASA was only really working in France, with the French Army being the predominant customer. At the time we were working only on the SCIPIO programme for the French Army. Today MASA is selling to around 15 countries; we have expanded from 1 country to 15 in 3 ½ years. This is extremely encouraging for us, especially given the short sale cycle time for the industry. 3) The third element is to move to a multi-sector business approach. We now work in sectors such as public safety, and gaming or serious gaming. The video game sector and military sector technology are particularly interrelated, which puts us in a strong position to enter the market of game-related applications (including the use of game technologies for purposes other than developing video games).
  • 19. Page 240www.visiongain.com Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Market 2014-2024: Top Companies in Immersive, Interactive, Constructed & Computer Based Training Company Division Product Specification Airbus Defence & Space C295 Full Flight Simulator Flight Simulator Airbus Defence & Space CN235 Full Flight Simulator Flight Simulator Airbus Defence & Space Mission Trainer Flight Simulator Airbus Defence & Space Tactical Air Trainer Flight Simulator Airbus Defence & Space Flight Training Device Flight Simulator Airbus Defence & Space Multimedia Interactive Training System Flight Simulator Airbus Defence & Space ESM Simulator Flight Simulator Airbus Defence & Space Radar Simulator Flight Simulator Airbus Defence & Space Acoustic Scenario Simulator Flight Simulator 8.1.2 Airbus Group Reorganises in bid to Increase Profits As part of a major reorganisation of the company, the entity formerly known as EADS is now working under the title Airbus Group. Cassidian and Astrium have merged and will now be known as Airbus Defence and Space. While Eurocopter, will now be known as Airbus Helicopters. This reorganisation was undertaken with the aim to boost profit margins, utilise the globally recognised Airbus brand and to streamline defence operations in a bid to increase profits by 10%. As reported in December 2013, the reorganisation has recently resulted in the loss of 5,800 jobs. The consolidation effort is focussed upon sites in France, Germany, UK and Spain and is expected to take place over a period of three years. In relation to the military simulation, modelling and virtual training market, Airbus Defence and Space provide a wide range of systems and solutions which build on their expertise as a platform developer. Full Flight simulators, alongside tactical and sensor trainers are key elements of the airbus portfolio. In December 2013 it was announced that the German military would receive the first of 53 ordered A400m airlifter from Airbus Defence and Space in mid-2015. Simulation systems associated with the A400m are expected for delivery before 2015. Airbus Defence and Space is working to increase profit margins rather than growth within the defence industry. This is not to say that no expansions will take place. For example, in November 2013, Cassidian Optronics announced that it had opened a subsidiary in Brazil. Optronbras Ltda in Table 8.2 Airbus Group Military Simulation, Modelling and Virtual Training Products / Services Source: Visiongain 2014