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Defense Budget Analysis by Country (U.S., China, Russia, and others), by Expenditure (Capital, Operational), by Platform [Land (Missile Defense Program), Airborne (UAV Program), Naval (Destroyer program)], by Capital Expenditure (Procurement, R&D, Other) – Forecast and Analysis 2014 – 2020

By: marketsandmarkets.com
Publishing Date: January 2015
Report Code: AS 2799

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The report provides an in-depth analysis of the top 10 defense spending. It provides information about the current trends in the market with respect to geographies, countries, platforms, and applications market scenario. It throws light on the current market trends, drivers, and restraints of this market, and the challenges faced by the market that are expected to impact the growth of top 10 defense spending analysis market.

It analyzes the capital defense expenditure namely, procurement, research and development, maintenance, and upgradation. The report details the trends of the top 10 countries with high defense expenditure, and also provides information about the government sponsored defense agencies which cater to the research and development requirements of the major defense spenders.

The report also provides information about the ongoing and upcoming defense programs being implemented across various platforms namely land, airborne, and naval. Moreover, it highlights the programs that are due for developments in the field such as the V-22 Osprey program by the U.S. DoD, to support the procurement of 19 MV-22 aircraft for the Navy/Marine Corps.

The prospective growth top 10 defense spending analysis market for the next six years include Saudi Arabia, and China who have, with the dramatic increase in their respective defense budgets, marked their positions in the list of top five defense spenders. However, pertaining to their secrecy issues both nations have never completely disclosed their future plans for defense spending. In this report, the figures for Saudi Arabia, which holds the fourth position with regards to defense spending, also include the nation's capital expenditure in the three platforms.

The top ten countries covered in this report are the U.S., China, Russia, Saudi-Arabia, France, U.K., Japan, India, Germany, and South Korea. Additionally, it also covers the key players that serve these nations with high-end defense systems such as Lockheed Martin Corporation (U.S.), The Boeing Company (U.S.), BAE Systems Plc. (U.K.), Raytheon Company (U.S.), Northrop Grumman Corporation (U.S.), and General Dynamics Corporation(U.S.).

Table of Contents
 
1 Introduction (Page No. - 14)
    1.1 Objectives of the Study
    1.2 Report Description
    1.3 Markets Covered
    1.4 Stakeholders
    1.5 Market Scope

2 Research Methodology (Page No. - 20)
    2.1 Description of the Defense Spending Demand Model, By Defense Budget Analysis
          2.1.1 Increased Global Instability
          2.1.2 Growth in Defense R & D Expenditure
          2.1.3 Investments to Strengthen the Maritime Security
          2.1.4 Rising Threat From Irregular Warfare Tactics
    2.2 Top 10 Dod Market Size Estimation
    2.3 Market Crackdown & Data Triangulation
    2.4 Market Share Estimation
          2.4.1 Key Data Points Taken From Secondary Sources
          2.4.2 Key Data Points From Primary Sources
          2.4.3 Key Industry Insights
          2.4.4 Assumptions

3 Executive Summary (Page No. - 29)

4 Premium Insights (Page No. - 32)
    4.1 Attractive Market Opportunities in Defense Market
    4.2 Defense Spending Analysis, By Top Three Countries, (2012-2020)
    4.3 U.S. Dod Dominates With the Highest Defense Spending
    4.4 Top Five Defense Spenders Analysis: By Airborne, Land, Naval (2014)
    4.5 Defense Budget Analysis, Naval Capital Expenditure - By Procurement, 2014-2020

5 Market Overview (Page No. - 37)
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Defense Industry Evolution
    5.3 Market Segmentation
          5.3.1 Defense Budget Analysis By Expenditure
          5.3.2 Defense Budget Analysis Capital Expenditure By Air Platform
          5.3.3 Defense Budget Analysis Capital Expenditure By Land Platform
          5.3.4 Defense Budget Analysis Capital Expenditure By Naval Platform
    5.4 Market Dynamics
          5.4.1 Drivers
                   5.4.1.1 Changing Warfare Tactics
                   5.4.1.2 Increasing Demand for High-Tech Conventional Warfare Systems
                   5.4.1.3 Rising Threats of Protests, Political Disputes, Conflicts and Turmoil
                   5.4.1.4 Security of Troops
          5.4.2 Restraints
                   5.4.2.1 Stringent Government Policies
                   5.4.2.2 Peace Keeping Missions
          5.4.3 Opportunities
                   5.4.3.1 Rapid Development Pace of Emerging Economies
                   5.4.3.2 Technological Advancement of Military Equipment
          5.4.4 Challenges
                   5.4.4.1 offset Policy in Defense Trade
                   5.4.4.2 Data Protection
          5.4.5 Burning issues
                   5.4.5.1 Investments in Procurement and Development of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
                   5.4.5.2 Demand for Directed Energy Weapons

6 Industry Trends (Page No. - 46)
    6.1 Introduction
    6.2 Value Chain Analysis
    6.3 Supply Chain Analysis
          6.3.1 Key Influencers
    6.4 Industry Trends
    6.5 Pest Analysis
          6.5.1 Political Factors
          6.5.2 Economic Factors
          6.5.3 Social Factors
          6.5.4 Technological Factors
    6.6 Environmental Threat Opportunity Profile (ETOP) Analysis
    6.7 Strategic Benchmarking
          6.7.1 Technological Advancement & Product Positioning
          6.7.2 Entry Into Directed Energy Weapons Market

7 Spending Analysis, By Defense Budget Analysis (Page No. - 56)
    7.1 U.S.
           7.1.1 U.S. Department of Defense: Programs
           7.1.2 U.S. Department of Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure
           7.1.3 U.S. Department of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform
                     7.1.3.1 U.S. Department of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform
                     7.1.3.2 U.S. Department of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Land Platform
                     7.1.3.3 U.S. Department of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Naval Platform
           7.1.4 Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
    7.2 The People's Republic of China
           7.2.1 The People's Republic of China Ministry of National Defense: Programs
           7.2.2 The People's Republic of China Ministry of National Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure
           7.2.3 The People's Republic of China Ministry of National Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform
                     7.2.3.1 The People's Republic of China Ministry of National Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform
                     7.2.3.2 The People's Republic of China Ministry of National Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Land Platform
                     7.2.3.3 The People's Republic of China Ministry of National Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Naval Platform
    7.3 Russia
           7.3.1 Russian Ministry of Defense: Programs
           7.3.2 Russian Ministry of Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure
           7.3.3 Russian Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform
                     7.3.3.1 Russian Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform
                     7.3.3.2 Russian Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Land Platform
                     7.3.3.3 Russian Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Naval Platform
    7.4 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
           7.4.1 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defense: Programs
           7.4.2 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure
           7.4.3 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform
                    7.4.3.1 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform
                    7.4.3.2 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Land Platform
                    7.4.3.3 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Naval Platform
    7.5 France
           7.5.1 French Ministry of Defense: Programs
           7.5.2 French Ministry of Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure
           7.5.3 French Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform
                    7.5.3.1 French Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform
                    7.5.3.2 French Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Land Platform
                    7.5.3.3 French Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Naval Platform
           7.5.4 Direction Générale De L'armement (DGA)
    7.6 U.K.
           7.6.1 U.K. Ministry of Defence: Programs
           7.6.2 U.K. Ministry of Defence Spending Analysis: By Expenditure
           7.6.3 U.K. Ministry of Defence Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform
                    7.6.3.1 U.K. Ministry of Defence Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform
                    7.6.3.2 U.K. Ministry of Defence Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Land Platform
                    7.6.3.3 U.K. Ministry of Defence Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Naval Platform
           7.6.4 Defense Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL)
    7.7 Japan
           7.7.1 Japanese Ministry of Defense: Programs
           7.7.2 Japanese Ministry of Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure
           7.7.3 Japanese Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform
                    7.7.3.1 Japanese Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform
                    7.7.3.2 Japanese Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Land Platform
                    7.7.3.3 Japanese Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Naval Platform
           7.7.4 National Institute of Defense Studies (NIDS)
    7.8 India
           7.8.1 Indian Ministry of Defence: Programs
           7.8.2 Indian Ministry of Defence Spending Analysis: By Expenditure
           7.8.3 Indian Ministry of Defence Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform
                    7.8.3.1 Indian Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform
                    7.8.3.2 Indian Ministry of Defence Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Land Platform
                    7.8.3.3 Indian Ministry of Defence Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Naval Platform
           7.8.4 Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO)
    7.9 Germany
           7.9.1 German Ministry of Defense: Programs
           7.9.2 German Ministry of Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure
           7.9.3 German Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform
                    7.9.3.1 German Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform
                    7.9.3.2 German Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Land Platform
                    7.9.3.3 German Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Naval Platform
    7.10 Republic of Korea
           7.10.1 Republic of Korea Department of Defense: Programs
           7.10.2 Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure
           7.10.3 Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform
                      7.10.3.1 Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform
                      7.10.3.2 Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Land Platform 
                      7.10.3.3 Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Naval Platform
           7.10.4 Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI)

8 Competitive Landscape (Page No. - 152)
    8.1 Introduction
    8.2 Major Defense Contractors Analysis (2012-2013)
    8.3 Competitive Situation and Trends
          8.3.1 New Product Launches
          8.3.2 Agreements, Partnerships, Collaborations and Joint Ventures
          8.3.3 Mergers and Acquisitions
          8.3.4 Expansions
          8.3.5 Other Developments

9 Company Profiles (Page No. - 165)
    9.1 Introduction
    9.2 Lockheed Martin Corporation
          9.2.1 Business Overview
          9.2.2 Products & Services
          9.2.3 Key Strategy
          9.2.4 Recent Developments
          9.2.5 SWOT Analysis
          9.2.6 MNM View
    9.3 The Boeing Company
          9.3.1 Business Overview
          9.3.2 Products & Services
          9.3.3 Key Strategy
          9.3.4 Recent Developments
          9.3.5 SWOT Analysis
          9.3.6 MNM View
    9.4 BAE Systems Plc
          9.4.1 Business Overview
          9.4.2 Products & Services
          9.4.3 Key Strategy
          9.4.4 Recent Developments
          9.4.5 SWOT Analysis
          9.4.6 MNM View
    9.5 General Dynamics Corporation
          9.5.1 Business Overview
          9.5.2 Products & Services
          9.5.3 Key Strategy
          9.5.4 Recent Developments
          9.5.5 SWOT Analysis
          9.5.6 MNM View
    9.6 Raytheon Company
          9.6.1 Business Overview
          9.6.2 Products & Services
          9.6.3 Key Strategy
          9.6.4 Recent Developments
          9.6.5 SWOT Analysis
          9.6.6 MNM View
    9.7 Thales Group S.A.
          9.7.1 Business Overview
          9.7.2 Products & Services
          9.7.3 Key Strategy
          9.7.4 Recent Developments
          9.7.5 SWOT Analysis
          9.7.6 MNM View
    9.8 Northrop Grumman Corporation
          9.8.1 Business Overview
          9.8.2 Products & Services
          9.8.3 Key Strategy
          9.8.4 Recent Developments
          9.8.5 SWOT Analysis
          9.8.6 MNM View
    9.9 Airbus Group N.V.
          9.9.1 Business Overview
          9.9.2 Products & Services
          9.9.3 Key Strategy
          9.9.4 Recent Developments
          9.9.5 SWOT Analysis
          9.9.6 MNM View
    9.10 L-3 Communications Holdings
          9.10.1 Business Overview
          9.10.2 Products & Services
          9.10.3 Key Strategy
          9.10.4 Recent Developments
          9.10.5 SWOT Analysis
          9.10.6 MNM View
    9.11 United Technologies Corporation
          9.11.1 Business Overview
          9.11.2 Products & Services
          9.11.3 Key Strategy
          9.11.4 Recent Developments
          9.11.5 SWOT Analysis
          9.11.6 MNM View
    9.12 Almaz-Antey JSC.
          9.12.1 Business Overview
          9.12.2 Products & Services
          9.12.3 Key Strategy
          9.12.4 Recent Developments

10 Appendix (Page No. - 225)
     10.1 Insights of Industry Experts
     10.2 Discussion Guide
     10.3 Introducing RT: Real Time Market Intelligence
     10.4 Available Customizations
     10.5 Related Reports
 
 
List of Tables (88 Tables)
 
Table 1 Global Instability, By Type (2011-2013)
Table 2 Top 10 Dod R & D Expenditure, (2011-2013)
Table 3 Change In Warfare Tactics is Propelling the Growth of Top 10 Dods’ Capital Expenditure
Table 4 High Cost of Upgrades is Restraining the Market Growth
Table 5 Rapid Developmental Pace of Emerging Markets is Paving A Way for New Growth Avenues for Players in Defensemarket
Table 6 Management of Large Datasets & Generation of Predictive Insights is Impacting Growth of Defense Market
Table 7 Cyber Incident Will Be the Prime Focus for Major Department of Defense
Table 8 ETOP Analysis: Top 10 Dod Spending
Table 9 U.S. Defense Industry: Snapshot (2013)
Table 10 U.S. Dod Spending Analysis, By Program, (2011-2014)
Table 11 U.S. Department of Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 12 U.S. Department of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 13 U.S. Department of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 14 U.S. Department of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Land Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 15 U.S. Department of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Naval Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 16 Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Ongoing Defense Programs
Table 17 The People's Republic of China Defense Industry: Snapshot (2013)
Table 18 The People's Republic of China Mnd Spending Analysis, By Program, (2011-2014)
Table 19 The People's Republic of China Ministry of National Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 20 The People's Republic of China Ministry of National Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 21 The People's Republic of China Ministry of National Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 22 The People's Republic of China Ministry of National Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Land Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 23 The People's Republic of China Ministry of National Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Naval Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 24 Russian Defense Industry: Snapshot (2013)
Table 25 Russian Mod Spending Analysis, By Program, (2011-2014)
Table 26 Russian Ministry of Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 27 Russian Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 28 Russian Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 29 Russian Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Land Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 30 Russian Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Naval Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 31 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Defense Industry: Snapshot (2013)
Table 32 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Mod Spending Analysis, By Program, (2011-2014)
Table 33 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 34 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 35 Kingdom of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 36 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Land Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 37 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Naval Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 38 French Defense Industry: Snapshot (2013)
Table 39 French Mod Spending Analysis, By Program, (2011-2014)
Table 40 French Ministry of Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 41 French Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 42 French Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 43 French Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Land Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 44 French Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Naval Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 45 Defense Science and Technology Laboratory, Programs (2011-2013)
Table 46 U.K. Defense Industry: Snapshot (2013)
Table 47 U.K. Mod Spending Analysis, By Program, (2011-2014)
Table 48 U.K. Ministry of Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 49 U.K. Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 50 U.K. Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 51 U.K. Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Land Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 52 U.K. Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Naval Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 53 Defense Science and Technology Laboratory, Programs (2011-2014)
Table 54 Japanese Defense Industry: Snapshot (2013)
Table 55 Japanese Mod Spending Analysis, By Program, (2011-2014)
Table 56 Japanese Ministry of Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 57 Japanese Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 58 Japanese Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 59 Japanese Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Land Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 60 Japanese Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Naval Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 61 Indian Defense Industry: Snapshot
Table 62 Indian Mod Spending Analysis, By Program, (2011-2014)
Table 63 Indian Ministry of Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 64 Indian Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 65 Indian Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 66 Indian Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Land Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 67 Indian Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Naval Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 68 Defense Research and Development Organization, Products (2011-2014)
Table 69 German Defense Industry: Snapshot (2013)
Table 70 German Mod Spending Analysis, By Program, (2011-2014)
Table 71 German Ministry of Defense Spending Analysis: By Expenditure, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 72 German Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 73 German Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 74 German Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Land Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 75 German Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Naval Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 76 Republic of Korea Defense Industry: Snapshot (2013)
Table 77 Republic of Korea Mnd Spending Analysis,  By Program, (2011-2013)
Table 78 Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense  Spending Analysis: By Expenditure, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 79 Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense  Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 80 Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense  Capital Expenditure Analysis: By Airborne Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 81 Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Land Platform, 2012-2020 ($Million)
Table 82 Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense  Capital Expenditure Analysis : By Naval Platform, 2012-2020 ($Billion)
Table 83 Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) Ongoing Defense Programs
Table 84 New Product Launches, (2011-2014)
Table 85 Agreements, Partnerships, Collaborations, and Joint Ventures, 2011–2014
Table 86 Mergers and Acquisitions, 2011-2014
Table 87 Expansions, 2011-2014
Table 88 Other Developments, 2011-2014
 
 
List of Figures (67 Figures)
 
Figure 1 Defense Budget Analysis, By Sub-Segments
Figure 2 Defense Budget Analysis Analysis: Research Methodology
Figure 3 Market Size Estimation Methodology: Bottom-Up Approach
Figure 4 Market Size Estimation Methodology: Top-Down Approach
Figure 5 Break Down of Primary Interviews: By Company Type, Designation, &
Figure 6 Defense Budget Analysis Snapshot (2014 Vs 2020): Defense Spending for Saudia Arabia is Expected to Increase At the Highest Cagr of 16.34% in the Next Six Years
Figure 7 Top Five Defense Spenders, 2014
Figure 8 Defense Budget Analysis V/S Row, 2013
Figure 9 Attractive Market Opportunities in Defense Market
Figure 10 The People's Republic of China is Projected to Have the Fastest Growth Rate Among top Three Defense Spenders
Figure 11 U.S. Holds 51% of the Total Defense Spending By the Top Ten Defense Spenders in 2014
Figure 12 U.S. Dod is Expected to Be the Most Dominant Player for Procuring Defense Systems
Figure 13 Saudi Arabia is Projected to Grow At the Fastest Cagr
Figure 14 Industrial Mobilization Played A Crucial Role in the Evolution of the Defense Industry
Figure 15 Defense Budget Analysis: By Expenditure
Figure 16 Defense Budget Analysis Capital Expenditure: By Air Platform
Figure 17 Defense Budget Analysis Capital Expenditure: By Land Platform
Figure 18 Defense Budget Analysis Capital Expenditure: By Naval Platform
Figure 19 Emerging Need for Internal Security is Expected to Drive the Growth of Defense Budget Analysis
Figure 20 Value Chain Analysis (2014): Major Value is Added During Research & Development and Defense Acquisition Program Phase
Figure 21 Supply Chain: Direct Distribution is the Most Preferred Strategy Followed By Prominent Manufacturers of Defense Systems
Figure 22 Strategic Benchmarking: BAE Systems Plc and L-3 Communications Holdings Largely Adopted Growth Strategies for Technology Advancement & Product Positioning
Figure 23 Strategic Benchmarking: Lockheed Martin Marks Its Presence in Dew Market
Figure 24 The U.S. Missile Defense Program Will Aid in the Growth of the U.S.  Defense Spending, (2014-2020)
Figure 1 Overview of the U.S. Department of Defense Capital Expenditure By Platform (2014-2020)
Figure 2 Procurement Spending By the U.S. Dod  Will Be Growing More for the Land Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 3 R & D Spending By the U.S. Dod  Will Be Growing More for the Land Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 4 The Naval Procurement Program Will Aid in the Growth in Chinese  Defense Spending, (2014-2020)
Figure 5 Overview of the Chinese Ministry of National Defense Capital Expenditure By Platform
Figure 6 Procurement Spending By the People's Republic of China Ministry of National Defense Will Be Growing More for the Naval Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 7 R & D Spending By the People's Republic of China Ministry of National Defense Will Be Growing More for the Naval Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 8 The Rearmament Program Will Drive the Growth of the Russian Defense industry, (2014-2020)
Figure 9 Overview of the Russian Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure By Platform (2014-2020)
Figure 10 Procurement Cost of Russian Mod Will Be Growing More for the Airborne Based Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 11 R & D Cost of Russian Mod Will Be Growing More for the Land Based Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 12 The Land Program Will Drive the Growth of the Ksa Defense Industry, (2014-2020)
Figure 13 Overview of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Defense Capital Expenditure By Platform
Figure 14 Procurement Spending By the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Defense Spending Will Be Growing More for the Airborne Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 15 R & D Spending By the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Defense Spending  Will Be Growing More for the Airborne Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 16 Land Based Weapon Programs Will Drive the Growth of the French Defense Industry, (2014-2020)
Figure 17 Overview of the French Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure By Platform, ( 2014-2020)
Figure 18 Procurement Cost By French Mod Will Be Growing More for the Airborne Based Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 19 R & D Cost By French Mod Will Be Growing More for the Airborne Based Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 20 The Naval Development Program Aided in the Growth of the U.K. Defence Industry, (2014-2020)
Figure 21 Overview of the U.K. Mod Capital Expenditure By Platform, (2014-2020)
Figure 22 Procurement Cost By the U.K. Mod  Will Be Growing More for the Naval Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 23 R & D Cost With By the U.K. Mod Growing More for the Naval Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 24 The Program for Development of Amphibious Capability Will Aid the Growth of the Japanese Defense Industry, (2014-2020)
Figure 25 Overview of the Japanese Mod Capital Expenditure By Platform
Figure 26 Procurement Spending By the Japanese Mod Will Be Growing More for the Naval Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 27 R & D Spending By the Japanese Mod  Will Be Growing More for the Naval Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 28 The Integrated Guided Missile Development Program Aided in the Growth of the Indian Defence Industry, (2014-2020)
Figure 29 Overview of the Indian Ministry of Defence Capital Expenditure By Platform, (2014-2020)
Figure 30 Procurement Cost By Indian Mod Will Be Growing More for the Land Based Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 31 R & D Cost By Indian Mod Will Be Growing More for the Land Based Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 32 The Nato Cooperative  Program Will Aid in the Growth of the German Defense Industry, 2014-2020
Figure 33 Overview of the German Ministry of Defense Capital Expenditure By Platform
Figure 34 Procurement Cost Will Be Growing More for the Airborne Based Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 35 R & D Cost Will Be Growing More for the Naval Based Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 36 The Next Fighter (F-X)  Program Will Aid in the Growth of Rok Defense Industry, 2014-2020
Figure 37 Overview of the Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense Capital Expenditure By Platform
Figure 38 Procurement Spending By the Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense  Will Be Growing More for the Naval Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 39 R & D Spending By the Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense   Will Be Growing More for the Naval Platform During the forecast Period
Figure 40 Companies Adopted Product Innovation As the Key Growth Strategy Over the Last Four Years
Figure 41 Almaz-Antey and Thales Group Grew At the Fastest Rate, Between 2011- 2013
Figure 42 Top Defense Contractors, By Defense Revenue, (2012-2013)
Figure 43 Top 12 Defense Contractors Market Trend, ( 2011- 2014)
Figure 44 Top 12 Dod Contractors Analysis: New Product Launch Was the Key Strategy, (2011 - 2014)
Figure 45 Geographic Revenue Mix of Top 5 Market Players
Figure 46 Competitive Benchmarking of Key Market Players (2010-2013): the Boeing Company Emerged As the Champion Owing to Its Diversified Defense Product Portfolio
Figure 47 Lockheed Martin Corporation: Business Overview
Figure 48 Lockheed Martin Corporation: SWOT Analysis
Figure 49 The Boeing Company: Business Overview
Figure 50 The Boeing Company :SWOT Analysis
Figure 51 BAE Systems Plc: Business Overview
Figure 52 BAE Systems Plc: SWOT Analysis
Figure 53 General Dynamics Corporation: Business Overview
Figure 54 General Dynamics Corporation: SWOT Analysis
Figure 55 Raytheon Company: Business Overview
Figure 56 Raytheon Company: SWOT Analysis
Figure 57 Thales Group S.A.: Business Overview
Figure 58 Thales Group S.A.: SWOT Analysis
Figure 59 Northrop Grumman Corporation: Business Overview
Figure 60 Northrop Grumman Corporation: SWOT Analysis
Figure 61 Airbus Group N.V.: Business Overview
Figure 62 Airbus Group N.V.: SWOT Analysis
Figure 63 L-3 Communications Holdings: Business Overview
Figure 64 L-3 Communications Holdings: SWOT Analysis
Figure 65 United Technology Corporation: Business Overview
Figure 66 United Technologies Corporation: SWOT Analysis
Figure 67 Almaz-Antey JSC.: Business Overview

The western countries’ defense budget has seen a substantial decline, in the recent years. This has resulted in reduced army capabilities such as fewer military personnel, lesser weapon systems, and delayed modernization. However, increased productivity in defense is leading to increased cost savings, while also securing the combat power of the country. Factors such as the shift to high-tech conventional warfare tactics, rapid adoption rate of advanced technologies, and protection against cybercrimes is expected to drive the defense spending by the U.S.

However, compared to developed countries, China, and Saudi Arabia are expected to grow at the highest rate over the next six years. Growth in the defense spending in these countries is projected to be propelled by factors such as growing internal security needs, improving the border security, rising focus on neighboring countries’ defense spending, and increase in government initiatives to raise the living standards of soldiers.

The top 10 defense spending analysis market is estimated to be $ 1,160.58 billion in 2014, and is expected to register a CAGR of 7.07%, to reach $1,748.46 billion in 2020

This report describes the analysis and forecast of the defense spending. The defense spending has been segmented on the basis of expenditure and platforms. The report highlights the factors driving the market, along with the restraints. It addition to this, it contains a brief about the recent technology, market, and industry trends.

The global top 10 defense spending analysis market is a diversified and competitive market with a large number of players. The report details the leading competitors in the defense systems market along with, the general overview of companies, and their financial position, key products, and market sizes. The key players in this market include Lockheed Martin Corporation (U.S.), The Boeing Company (U.S.), BAE Systems Plc. (U.K.), Raytheon Company (U.S.), Northrop Grumman Corporation (U.S.), and General Dynamics Corporation(U.S.).

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