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'Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Worth $8.75bn in 2011' Says Visiongain Report

 
[02-August-2011]
 

LONDON, August 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --


http://www.visiongain.com/Report/654/The-Military-Simulation-and-Virtual-Training-Market-2011-2021

Visiongain has determined that the value of the Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market in 2011 will reach was $8.75bn, and expects that the market will witness growth in multiple sectors over the coming years, from combat and UAV simulation, to medical training and battlefield modelling.

The Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market is forecast by Visiongain to experience considerable expansion as militaries worldwide seek to utilise simulation technology in order to cut costs and to provide first class training for troops.

The Visiongain author of the Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market 2011-2021 report commented that'Military simulation is set for a significant expansion, as governments' worldwide look to tap into the most advanced technology available to train their troops, and at the same time lower live training costs.  For Western militaries in particular, simulation training techniques will prove invaluable for maintaining combat readiness as troops return home from Iraq and Afghanistan.'  

The report contains over 145 charts and figures that add visual analysis to Visiongain's market projections.  Visiongain provides forecasts for the period 2011-2021 in terms of value (US$) for the Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market, as well as 13 Flight and Non-Flight submarkets.  In addition, 15 leading national military simulation and virtual training markets are quantified, analysed and forecast from 2011-2021.  The report provides profiles of 35 leading companies operating within the market, and includes eight interviews with market leading companies providing expert insight along side Visiongain analysis.  

The Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market 2011-2021 will be of value to current and future potential investors into the military simulation and virtual training industry, as well as companies and research centres who wish to broaden their knowledge of the military simulation and virtual training market.

For sample pages and further information concerning the Visiongain report The Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market 2011-2021 please visit:

http://www.visiongain.com/Report/654/The-Military-Simulation-and-Virtual-Training-Market-2011-2021

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
1.1 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Overview
1.2 Drivers and Restraints of the Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
1.3 Report Benefits and Highlights
1.4 Report Structure
1.5 Methodology
1.6 Global Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
1.7 Flight and Non-Flight Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecasts
1.8 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecasts
1.9 Leading National Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecasts

2. Introduction to the Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
2.1 Definitions
2.1.1 Defining the Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
2.1.2 Defining Terms
2.2 Forms of Military Simulation
2.2.1 Live Military Simulations
2.2.2 Constructive Military Simulations
2.2.3 Virtual Military Simulations
2.2.4 Gaming Simulations
2.3 Forms of Applicable Non-Combative Simulation
2.3.1 Injury Treatment Simulation
2.3.2 Technical and Maintenance Procedures Training
2.4 Market Trends
2.4.1 Deployable Simulation
2.4.2 Embedded Simulation
2.4.3 Commercial Off The Shelf Simulation Solutions
2.5 Structure of the Military Simulations and Virtual Training Market

3. Global Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
3.1 Global Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
3.2 Global Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
3.3 Fastest Growing Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarkets
3.3.1 Fastest Growing Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarkets 2011-2021
3.3.2 Fastest Growing Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarkets 2011-2016
3.3.3 Fastest Growing Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarkets 2016-2021
3.4 Fastest Growing Military Simulation and Virtual Training National Markets
3.4.1 Fastest Growing Military Simulation and Virtual Training National Markets 2011-2021
3.4.2 Fastest Growing Military Simulation and Virtual Training National Markets 2011-2016
3.4.3 Fastest Growing Military Simulation and Virtual Training National Markets 2016-2021
3.5 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Share Allocations
3.5.1 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Flight and Non Flight Comparison
3.5.2 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Flight Submarket Share Analysis
3.5.3 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Non Flight Submarket Percentage Allocation
3.6 Military Simulation and Virtual Training National Market Share Analysis
3.7 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Cumulative Sales
3.7.1 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Cumulative Sales
3.7.2 Military Simulation and Virtual Training National Markets Cumulative Sales

4. Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarkets
4.1 Flight and Non Flight Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Comparison
4.2 Flight Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarkets
4.2.1 Total Flight Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket
4.2.1.1 Total Flight Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast
4.2.1.2 Total Flight Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Analysis
4.2.2 High Performance Jet Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket
4.2.2.1 High Performance Jet Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast
4.2.2.2 High Performance Jet Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Analysis
4.2.3 Rotary Wing Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket
4.2.3.1 Rotary Wing Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast
4.2.3.2 Rotary Wing Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Analysis
4.2.4 Transport Jet Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket
4.2.4.1 Transport Jet Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast
4.2.4.2 Transport Jet Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Analysis
4.2.5 Other (UAV) Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket
4.2.5.1 Other (UAV) Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast
4.2.5.2 Other (UAV) Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Analysis
4.3 Non Flight Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarkets
4.3.1 Total Non Flight Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket
4.3.1.1 Total Non Flight Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast
4.3.1.2 Total Non Flight Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Analysis
4.3.2 Combat Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket
4.3.2.1 Combat Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast
4.3.2.2 Combat Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Analysis
4.3.3 Vehicles Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket
4.3.3.1 Vehicles Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast
4.3.3.2 Vehicles Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Analysis
4.3.4 Medical Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket
4.3.4.1 Medical Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast
4.3.4.2 Medical Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Analysis
4.3.5 Maintenance Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket
4.3.5.1 Maintenance Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast
4.3.5.2 Maintenance Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Analysis
4.3.6 Modelling Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket
4.3.6.1 Modelling Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast
4.3.6.2 Modelling Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Analysis
4.3.7 Language Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket
4.3.7.1 Language Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast
4.3.7.2 Language Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Analysis
4.3.8 Other (Naval) Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket
4.3.8.1 Other (Naval) Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecast
4.3.8.2 Other (Naval) Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Analysis

5. Leading National Military Simulation and Virtual Training Markets
5.1 US Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.1.1 US Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.1.2 US Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.1.3 US Military simulation and Virtual Training Organisations and Structures
5.1.4 US Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.1.4.1 Veterans Affairs Medical Simulators
5.1.4.2 Dismounted Soldier Training System
5.1.4.3 Man-Portable Aircraft Survivability Trainer (MAST)
5.1.4.4 CAE / Abrams Tank Maintenance Simulator
5.1.4.5 RDECOM- STTC Medical Simulation
5.1.4.6 Aviation Combined Arms Tactical Trainer (AVCATT)
5.1.4.7 NCM3- SAIC
5.1.4.8 Medical Simulation Training Centres (MSTC)
5.1.4.9 Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES)
5.1.4.10 Intelligent Tactical Engagement Simulation System (I-TESS)
5.1.4.11 Synthetic Environment Core
5.1.4.12 Common Driver Trainer
5.1.4.13 C-130J Weapons Trainer System
5.1.4.14 CAE / Boeing M-346 Fighter Jet Simulators
5.1.4.15 A400M Cockpit Maintenance Operation Simulator (CMOS)
5.1.4.16 US Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) Simulation Services
5.1.4.17 Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) Simulators
5.1.4.18 C-5 Galaxy Weapon Systems Trainer
5.1.4.19 National Flight Academy- Prepar3D
5.1.4.20 Grand Forks Air Base- L-3 Link & UND
5.1.4.21 SDS ROVATTS
5.1.4.22 Tactical Operational Flight Trainers (TOFT)
5.1.4.23 NAWCTSD- Littoral Officer Training
5.1.4.24 Enhanced Company Operations (ECO) Simulation System
5.1.4.25 Marine Operator Driving Simulators (ODS)
5.1.4.26 USMC- Adacel Air Traffic Control Simulator
5.1.4.27 CAE NAWCTSD Simulator Maintenance
5.1.4.28 CSC Contracts to US Navy
5.1.4.29 Cubic Defense Corporation Contract for USFK Training
5.1.4.30 Cubic Defense Corporation Advisor Training
5.1.4.31 L-3 Communications Link MTC Contract
5.1.4.32 Northrop Grumman CTTR Contract
5.1.4.33 CACI FAST Contract
5.1.5 Known Current STOC II Contractors
5.2 UK Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.2.1 UK Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.2.2 UK Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.2.3 UK Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.2.3.1 Wildcat Training Centre
5.2.3.2 British Royal Navy Lynx Helicopter Training System- Support Systems
5.2.3.3 British Army- Cubic Area Weapons Effects Simulator (AWES)
5.2.3.4 Virtual Reality Parachute Trainers
5.2.3.5 CAE / Cobham Aviation Services- Tactical Mission Training
5.2.3.6 Future Tanker Aircraft Programme
5.2.3.7 CAE Upgrading Puma Training
5.2.3.8 Thales Contract for Type-45 3D Training
5.2.3.9 Saab Training Support
5.2.3.10 Saab Contract for Deployable Tactical Engagement Simulation
5.2.3.11 Metrix Consortium
5.3 Chinese Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.3.1 Chinese Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.3.2 Chinese Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.3.3 Chinese Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.3.3.1 Glorious Mission Video Gaming
5.3.3.2 Second Artillery Command Academy
5.3.3.3 Army Aviation Academy
5.3.3.4 Networked Simulations
5.4 French Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.4.1 French Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.4.2 French Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.4.3 French Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.4.3.1 SCIPIO
5.4.3.2 Tiger Aircrew Training Means (TATM)
5.5 German Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.5.1 German Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.5.2 German Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.5.3 German Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.5.3.1 Barco / CAE- German Army Aviation School
5.5.3.2 German Army's STINGER Simulators
5.5.3.3 German Military Simulators
5.6 Australian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.6.1 Australian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.6.2 Australian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.6.3 Australian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.6.3.1 RAAF- Adacel
5.6.3.2 RAAF- Super Hornets
5.6.3.3 CryEngine3- Landing Helicopter Dock Ships
5.6.3.4 Boeing and Thales Partnership
5.6.3.5 Raytheon F/A-18F Training Contract
5.7 Canadian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.7.1 Canadian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.7.2 Canadian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.7.3 Canadian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.7.3.1 Caesar Trauma Patient Health Simulator
5.7.3.2 Michener Centre for the Advancement of Simulation and Education
5.7.3.3 Canadian Air Force Integrated Information and Learning Environment
5.7.3.4 CAE CC-130J Contract
5.7.3.5 CAE CH-147F Chinook Contract
5.8 Italian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.8.1 Italian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.8.2 Italian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.8.3 Italian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.8.3.1 Italian C-27J Simulators
5.8.3.2 Italian Navy AW101 Simulator
5.8.3.3 M-346 Simulators
5.9 Israeli Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.9.1 Israeli Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.9.2 Israeli Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.9.3 Israeli Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.9.3.1 Regavim Simulator Centre
5.9.3.2 IAF- Palmachim Simulators
5.9.3.3 Elbit Systems Contract for ISAF Mission Training Centre
5.10 Indian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.10.1 Indian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.10.2 Indian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.10.3 Indian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.10.3.1 HATSOFF Simulator Cockpit
5.10.3.2 T-90/ T-72 Tank Simulators
5.10.3.3 Spatial Disorientation Training Simulator
5.10.3.4 Wipro / CAE Partnership
5.10.3.5 Spike ATGM Simulators
5.11 Japanese Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.11.1 Japanese Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.11.2 Japanese Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.11.3 Japanese Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.11.3.1 Mitsubishi / CAE Joint Venture
5.12 Saudi Arabian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.12.1 Saudi Arabian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.12.2 Saudi Arabian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.12.3 Saudi Arabian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.12.3.1 DTM Global/ Rahaden Trading
5.12.3.2 VirTra Systems Simulators
5.12.3.3 Lockheed Martin Armoured Vehicle Simulators
5.12.3.4 Cubic Defense Corporation Contract for Small Arms Trainer
5.12.3.5 Northrop Grumman Contract for Saudi Arabian National Guard Modernisation
5.12.3.6 SAIC Contract for Saudi Arabian War College
5.13 Russian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.13.1 Russian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.13.2 Russian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.13.3 Russian Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.13.3.1 Rheinmetall Russian Combat Training Centre
5.13.3.2 Russian / Indian Joint Ventures
5.14 South Korean Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.14.1 South Korean Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.14.2 South Korean Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.14.3 South Korean Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.14.3.1 Havelsan Simulators
5.14.3.2 Republic of Korea WARSIM Programme
5.15 Netherlands Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.15.1 Netherlands Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.15.2 Netherlands Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.15.3 Netherlands Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.15.3.1 C-130 / KDC-10 Simulators - Royal Netherlands Air Force
5.15.3.2 CAE CH-47 'Chinook' Training Contract
5.16 Rest of the World Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
5.16.1 Rest of the World Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Forecast
5.16.2 Rest of the World Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Analysis
5.16.3 Rest of the World Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Contracts
5.16.3.1 Danish Defence -IRAS
5.16.3.2 Danish Defence- IFACTS
5.16.3.3 Spain- Indra VICTRIX Spanish Army Simulators
5.16.3.4 Turkey- Medallion TM-6000 Image Generators
5.16.3.5 Moroccan T-6C Trainers
5.16.3.6 Norway- BATSIM Training Classroom
5.16.3.7 Royal Brunei Armed Forces National Modelling and Simulation Centre
5.16.3.8 Elbit Systems / Asian Army
5.16.3.9 Malaysia- C-130H Simulator
5.16.3.10 Malaysia- CAE 3000/ AW-139
5.16.3.11 Taiwan- War Game Simulation

6. Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market SWOT Analysis 2011-2021
6.1 Strengths
6.1.1 Cost Effective
6.1.2 Efficacy in Training
6.1.3 Varied Training Scenarios
6.1.4 Transportable
6.1.5 Tactical and Doctrinal Development
6.2 Weaknesses
6.2.1 Replacing Reality
6.2.2 Luxury Good
6.2.3 Technological Limitations
6.2.4 Weak Demand in Smaller Nations
6.2.5 Institutional Opposition
6.3 Opportunities
6.3.1 Market and Technological Openness
6.3.2 Growing Markets
6.3.3 New Simulations
6.3.4 Long Term Potential
6.3.5 Troops Returning Home
6.3.6 Shift Towards 'On-Line' World
6.4. Threats
6.4.1 Constrained Government Budgets
6.4.2 Lack of New Projects
6.4.3 Interoperability and Cost
6.4.4 Opposition and Efficacy Concerns
6.4.5 Security of 'On- Line' Networks

7. Expert Opinion
7.1 L-3 Link Simulation & Training
7.1.1 Jay Kelly Profile
7.1.2 L-3 Link Simulation & Training Product Areas
7.1.3 Global Reach
7.1.4 Geographical Growth
7.1.5 Contract Acquirement
7.1.6 Economic Downturn
7.1.7 Other Simulation Sectors
7.1.8 Emerging Simulation industry Trends
7.1.9 Challenges Facing Simulation and Virtual Training Companies
7.1.10 Transportable Simulation Systems
7.1.11 Technologies Impacting Simulation and Training in the Next 10 Years
7.1.12 Simulation Delivery
7.1.13 Next Generation of Products
7.2 SAIC- Science Applications International Corporation
7.2.1 Dr. Michael R. Macedonia Profile
7.2.2 SAIC Business Lines
7.2.3 Budget Implications
7.2.4 World Markets
7.2.5 SAIC Business Direction
7.2.6 Serious Gaming
7.2.7 Challenges and Opportunities Ahead
7.2.8 Latest Projects
7.3 CAE
7.3.1 Chris Stellwag Profile
7.3.2 CAE Product Types
7.3.3 Simulations in Various Forms
7.3.4 CAE Business Structure
7.3.5 Role within Defence Projects
7.3.6 CAE's Global Presence
7.3.7 Budgetary Impacts
7.3.8 Global Growth Markets
7.3.9 Technology for the Future
7.4 Intelligent Decisions (ID)
7.4.1 Floyd West Profile
7.4.2 Intelligent Decisions in the Military World
7.4.3 COTS Based Products and Company Capabilities
7.4.4 Business Sectors and Geographical Markets
7.4.5 Economic Climate and Business Strategy
7.4.6 Emerging Trends
7.4.7 World Growth Levels in Military Simulation
7.4.8 Restraints within the Military Simulations Market
7.4.9 Acquiring Military Contracts
7.4.10 Dismounted Soldier Training System Profile
7.5 NGRAIN
7.5.1 Gabe Batstone Profile
7.5.2 NGRAIN Product Range
7.5.3 COTS Products
7.5.4 Military Focus
7.5.5 Simulation Across Sectors
7.5.6 New Ideas and Requirements
7.5.7 Latest Research
7.5.8 NGRAIN Global Markets
7.5.9 Economic Impact
7.5.10 Adapting to Economic Climate
7.5.11 Simulation Market Drivers
7.5.12 Simulation Growth Prospects
7.5.13 Worldwide Growth
7.5.14 Technological Developments
7.5.15 Long Term Impact of Market Changes
7.5.16 Future of Simulation
7.6 Presagis
7.6.1 Nick Giannias Profile
7.6.2 Presagis COTS Foundations
7.6.3 Military versus Civilian Business
7.6.4 Customer Base
7.6.5 Geographic Growth
7.6.6 Key Market Trends
7.6.7 Technological Challenges and Requirements
7.6.8 Serious Gaming
7.6.9 Collaboration with CAE in Brunei
7.7 Quantum3D
7.7.1 Background and Experience at Quantum3D
7.7.2 Quantum3D Product Range
7.7.3 Managing COTS Based Products
7.7.4 Business Sector Profile
7.7.5 Business Strategy
7.7.6 Simulation and Training Emerging Trends
7.7.7 Geographical Analysis
7.7.8 Future Growth
7.7.9 Market Challenges
7.7.10 Latest Business Opportunities
7.8 eSim Games
7.8.1 Nils Hinrichsen Profile
7.8.2 Products and Global Reach
7.8.3 Business Focus
7.8.4 Contract Bidding
7.8.5 COTS Development
7.8.6 Business Strategy
7.8.7 Latest Projects
7.8.8 Military Simulation Trends
7.8.9 Military Simulation Market Challenges
7.8.10 Military Simulation Submarket Growth
7.8.11 Military Simulation Market Drivers
7.8.12 Military Simulation Geographic Market Prospects
7.8.13 Western Nations Outlook
7.8.14 eSim Games Case Study Project: Serious Game based Simulator Training in the Danish Army

8. Leading Companies in the Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market
8.1 AAI Corporation
8.2 BAE Systems
8.3 Boeing Training Systems & Services (TSS)
8.4 CAE
8.5 Caspian Learning
8.6 Cubic Defense Applications (CDA)
8.7 EADS Cassidian
8.8 EDM Ltd
8.9 Elbit Systems Ltd
8.10 Environmental Tectonics Corporation (ETC)
8.11 Equipe Simulation
8.12 eSim Games
8.13 Flight Safety International Inc.
8.14 General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT)
8.15 Indra
8.16 Intelligent Decisions
8.17 LaserShot
8.18 L-3 Link Simulation & Training
8.19 Lockheed Martin Simulation, Training & Support (LMSTS)
8.20 MASA Group
8.21 Meggitt Training Systems
8.22 MetaVR
8.23 Military Moulage Combat Injury Simulation
8.24 Newman & Spurr Consultancy (NSC)
8.25 NGRAIN
8.26 Presagis
8.27 QinetiQ
8.28 Quantum3D
8.29 Raytheon Technical Services (TS)
8.30 Rheinmetall Defence
8.31 Rockwell Collins
8.32 Saab Training Systems
8.33 Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
8.34 Thales Training & Simulation
8.35 Zen Technologies

9. Conclusions
9.1 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Data and Outlook
9.2 Flight and Non Flight Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Data and Outlook
9.3 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarket Forecasts
9.4 Leading National Military Simulation and Virtual Training Markets
9.5 Fastest Growing Military Simulation and Virtual Training Submarkets & National Markets
9.6 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Drivers
9.7 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Restraints
9.8 Military Simulation and Virtual Training Market Opportunities

10. Glossary


Notes for Editors


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