1 INTRODUCTION 17
1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 17
1.2 DEFINITION 17
1.3 STUDY SCOPE 18
1.3.1 MARKETS COVERED 18
1.3.2 REGIONAL SCOPE 19
1.3.3 YEARS CONSIDERED FOR THE STUDY 19
1.4 CURRENCY & PRICING 20
1.5 LIMITATIONS 20
1.6 MARKET STAKEHOLDERS 20

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 21
2.1 RESEARCH DATA 21
2.1.1 SECONDARY DATA 23
2.1.1.1 Key data from secondary sources 23
2.1.2 PRIMARY DATA 24
2.1.2.1 Key data from primary sources 24
2.1.2.1.1 Breakdown of primaries 25
2.2 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 25
2.2.1 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH 26
2.2.2 TOP-DOWN APPROACH 27
2.3 DATA TRIANGULATION 28
2.4 ASSUMPTIONS 29

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 30

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 36
4.1 ATTRACTIVE GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES IN THE MILITARY BATTERY MARKET 36
4.2 MILITARY BATTERY MARKET, BY TYPE 36
4.3 MILITARY BATTERY MARKET, BY END USER 37
4.4 NORTH AMERICA MILITARY BATTERY MARKET, BY PLATFORM 37
4.5 MILITARY BATTERY MARKET, BY OFFERING 38
4.3 MILITARY BATTERY MARKET, BY REGION 39
?

5 MARKET OVERVIEW 40
5.1 INTRODUCTION 40
5.1.1 DRIVERS 41
5.1.1.1 Emergence of modern warfare systems based on advanced technologies 41
5.1.1.2 Increased use of lightweight and high power density military batteries in sophisticated military systems 41
5.1.1.3 Increased defense budgets of various countries due to growing instances of transnational disputes 41
5.1.2 OPPORTUNITIES 41
5.1.2.1 Increased demand for UAVs equipped with high power and long endurance military batteries 41
5.1.2.2 Development of batteries with different chemical compositions to offer improved power density 42
5.1.2.3 Preference for rechargeable military batteries 42
5.1.2.4 Use of batteries as energy storage devices by defense forces 42
5.1.2.5 Stringent military standards for the manufacturers of military batteries 43
5.1.2.6 Increased demand for solid-state batteries 43
5.1.3 CHALLENGES 43
5.1.3.1 Design constraints for military batteries 43
5.1.3.2 Development of improved Battery Management Systems (BMS) 43
5.1.3.3 Regulations and safety issues related to the use of lead acid military batteries 44
5.1.3.4 Charging issues related to rechargeable military batteries 44

6 INDUSTRY TRENDS 45
6.1 INTRODUCTION 45
6.2 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES 45
6.2.1 SMART BATTERIES 45
6.2.2 ENERGY HARVESTING 46
6.2.3 CONFORMABLE WEARABLE BATTERIES (CWB) 46
6.2.4 DEVELOPMENT OF VARIOUS CHEMISTRIES IN MILITARY BATTERIES 46
6.2.5 SOLID STATE BATTERIES 46
6.2.6 HYBRID BATTERIES 46
6.3 PATENT ANALYSIS 47

7 MILITARY BATTERY MARKET, BY PLATFORM 48
7.1 INTRODUCTION 49
7.2 AVIATION 50
7.2.1 MILITARY AIRCRAFT 50
7.2.1.1 Fixed wing 50
7.2.1.2 Rotary wing 51
7.2.2 UAV 51
7.3 LAND 51
7.3.1 VEHICLES 52
7.3.2 SOLDIERS 52
7.3.3 BASE STATIONS 52
7.3.4 UGV 52
7.4 MARINE 52
7.4.1 SHIPS 53
7.4.2 SUBMARINES 53
7.4.3 UNMANNED MARITIME VEHICLES (UMV) 53
7.5 SPACE 53
7.6 MUNITION 53
7.6.1 AMMUNITION 54
7.6.1.1 Missiles/guided rockets 54
7.6.1.2 Torpedoes 54
7.6.1.3 Guided projectiles 54
7.6.2 WEAPON 55
7.6.2.1 Artillery system 55
7.6.2.2 Directed energy weapons 55

8 MILITARY BATTERY MARKET, BY OFFERING 56
8.1 INTRODUCTION 57
8.2 PRODUCT 58
8.2.1 BATTERY 58
8.2.2 BATTERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 58
8.3 SERVICE 59
8.3.1 PRODUCT INTEGRATION 59
8.3.2 SPARE PART MANAGEMENT 59
8.3.3 FIELD MAINTENANCE & REPAIR 59

9 MILITARY BATTERY MARKET, BY END USER 60
9.1 INTRODUCTION 61
9.2 ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER (OEM) 61
9.3 AFTERMARKET 62

10 MILITARY BATTERY MARKET, BY TYPE 63
10.1 INTRODUCTION 64
10.2 NON-RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES 64
10.2.1 RESERVE 64
10.2.2 PRIMARY 65
10.3 RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES 65
?

11 MILITARY BATTERY MARKET, BY POWER DENSITY 66
11.1 INTRODUCTION 67
11.2 LESS THAN 100 WH/KG 67
11.3 100 TO 200 WH/KG 68
11.4 MORE THAN 200 WH/KG 68

12 MILITARY BATTERY MARKET, BY ENERGY CONSUMPTION 69
12.1 INTRODUCTION 70
12.2 LESS THAN 12V 70
12.3 12-24 V 71
12.4 MORE THAN 24 V 71

13 MILITARY BATTERY MARKET, BY COMPOSITION 72
13.1 INTRODUCTION 73
13.2 LITHIUM BATTERIES 74
13.2.1 LITHIUM NICKEL MANGANESE COBALT (LI-NMC) 74
13.2.2 LITHIUM IRON PHOSPHATE (LFP) 74
13.2.3 LITHIUM THIONYL CHLORIDE 75
13.2.4 LITHIUM OXIDE 75
13.3 LEAD ACID BATTERY 75
13.3.1 FLOODED 75
13.3.2 SEALED 75
13.4 NICKEL BATTERY 76
13.4.1 NICKEL CADMIUM 76
13.4.2 NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE (NIMH) 76
13.5 THERMAL BATTERY 76
13.6 OTHERS 76

14 MILITARY BATTERY MARKET, BY APPLICATION (QUALITATIVE) 77
14.1 INTRODUCTION 78
14.2 PROPULSION SYSTEMS 78
14.3 AUXILIARY POWER UNITS (APU) 78
14.4 BACKUP POWER 78
14.5 IGNITION SYSTEMS 78
14.6 COMMUNICATION & NAVIGATION SYSTEMS 78
14.7 FIRE CONTROL SYSTEMS 79
14.8 ELECTRO OPTICS & THERMAL IMAGING SYSTEMS 79
14.9 OTHERS 79
?

15 REGIONAL ANALYSIS 80
15.1 INTRODUCTION 80
15.2 NORTH AMERICA 81
15.2.1 US 84
15.2.2 CANADA 85
15.3 EUROPE 86
15.3.1 UK 88
15.3.2 GERMANY 90
15.3.3 FRANCE 91
15.3.4 ITALY 92
15.3.5 RUSSIA 93
15.4 ASIA PACIFIC 94
15.4.1 CHINA 96
15.4.2 INDIA 97
15.4.3 JAPAN 98
15.4.4 AUSTRALIA 99
15.4.5 SOUTH KOREA 100
15.5 MIDDLE EAST 101
15.5.1 ISRAEL 103
15.5.2 SAUDI ARABIA 104
15.5.3 UAE 105
15.6 REST OF THE WORLD 106
15.6.1 LATIN AMERICA 107
15.6.2 AFRICA 108

16 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 110
16.1 INTRODUCTION 110
16.2 COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS 110
16.3 MARKET RANKING ANALYSIS 111
16.4 COMPETITIVE SCENARIO 112
16.4.1 CONTRACTS 112
16.4.2 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCHES 113
16.4.3 PARTNERSHIPS AND ACQUISITIONS 113

17 COMPANY PROFILES 114
(Overview, Products and Services, Financials, Strategy & Development)*
17.1 AROTECH CORPORATION 114
17.2 BREN-TRONICS 117
17.3 EAGLEPICHER 119
17.4 ENERSYS 121
17.5 SAFT 124
17.6 BST SYSTEMS, INC. 127
17.7 CELL-CON 128
17.8 CONCORDE 129
17.9 DENCHI POWER 130
17.10 KOKAM 132
17.11 LINCAD 133
17.12 MATHEWS ASSOCIATES 134
17.13 NAVITAS SYSTEMS 135
17.14 TELEDYNE BATTERY PRODUCTS (TELEDYNE TECHNOLOGIES) 137
17.15 ULTRALIFE 138
*Details on Overview, Products and Services, Financials, Strategy & Development might not be Captured in case of Unlisted Companies
18 APPENDIX 140
18.1 DISCUSSION GUIDE 140
18.2 KNOWLEDGE STORE: MARKETSANDMARKETS? SUBSCRIPTION PORTAL 144
18.3 INTRODUCING RT: REAL-TIME MARKET INTELLIGENCE 146
18.4 AVAILABLE CUSTOMIZATION 147
18.5 RELATED REPORTS 147
18.6 AUTHOR DETAILS 148