Avionics systems are central to the competitiveness and utility of aircraft acting throughout the world. Used within numerous combat situations and for efforts such as search and rescue, surveillance, reconnaissance and humanitarian relief; avionics systems form a central component of a nation's military aircraft power. Our analysis has concluded that worldwide government spending on military aircraft avionics systems will total $16.94bn in 2012.
Spending by governments on military aircraft avionics over the coming decade, 2012-2022, will be pressurised by constrained defence budgets in many Western nations, despite avionics systems' necessity and importance as part of military capabilities. The US is projected by us to retain its position as the leading military aircraft avionics national market by the end of the forecast period, but growth within military aircraft avionics is also expected within emerging nations such as India, China, Saudi Arabia, and Brazil, where spending is projected to increase significantly.
The impacts of external events such as the winding down of duties in Afghanistan, coupled with rising military priorities within both the Middle East and Asia-Pacific over the coming decade, are expected to impact the military aircraft avionics market, with spending by governments reflecting geopolitical ambitions as well as fiscal responsibilities.
The Military Aircraft Avionics Market 2012-2022 report examines the global market for spending on military aircraft avionics systems from an impartial standpoint. We offer a review of significant contracting activity based on our close analysis of information obtained from multiple sources. The report draws on a rich combination of official corporate and governmental announcements, media reports, policy documents, industry statements and a gathering of unique expert opinion from experienced industry figures. We consider that this methodology results in an accurate, objective mixture of analyses and forecasts.
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What is the structure of the report?
Chapter 1 is the executive summary.
Chapter 2 of this report provides an introduction to military aircraft avionics systems and defines the global military aircraft avionics market.
Chapter 3 offers a broad overview of the global military aircraft avionics market, providing analysis of sales forecasts carried out at the global and national levels from 2012 to 2022.
Chapter 4 focuses on the global military aircraft avionics market's four submarkets, with sales forecasts detailed for the period between 2012 and 2022.
Chapter 5 focuses on the 15 leading national markets for government spending on military aircraft avionics systems, plus the rest of the world (RoW) grouping, with sales forecasts outlined for 2012 to 2022.
Chapter 6 provides a SWOT analysis, discussing the main strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to the global military aircraft avionics market.
Chapter 7 features transcripts of two interviews with experts from companies operating in the military aircraft avionics systems sector: Gama Engineering Ltd: David Wyatt, Certification and Approvals Manager/Head of Airworthiness; and Innovative Solutions & Support Inc (ISS): David Green, Director of Military Programs.
Chapter 8 examines 15 leading companies that are active in the global military aircraft avionics marketplace, setting out details of recent contract awards.
Chapter 9 is a summary of the report, outlining the main conclusions of the analyses, as well as examining the global military aircraft avionics market's most important drivers and restraints.
Chapter 10 is a glossary of acronyms used in the report.