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'The Electronic Warfare Market Worth $8.89bn in 2011' Says Visiongain Report

 
[22-September-2011]
 

LONDON, September 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

http://www.visiongain.com/report/686/the-electronic-warfare-%28ew%29-market-2011-2021

Visiongain's analysis indicates that the Electronic Warfare Market will reach a value of $8.89bn in 2011, as militaries around the world invest in a range of EW products designed to protect both personnel and expensive equipment from battlefield threats.

The Visiongain author of the Electronic Warfare Market 2011-2021 report commented that 'Electronic Warfare products and systems are increasingly commonplace throughout the spectrum of military hardware.  Although budgetary concerns among leading Western nations will persist for the medium-term, the EW market is set for a period of growth as armed forces look to maintain their dominance over the electromagnetic environment.'

The report contains 142 tables, charts and figures that quantify and forecast the electronic warfare market. Visiongain provides forecasts for the period 2011-2021 in terms of value (US$) for the electronic warfare market as well as for 3 submarkets that together form the overall market figure. In addition, the report quantifies, analyses and forecasts 15 leading national electronic warfare markets from 2011-2021. The report provides profiles of 30 leading companies operating within the market, and includes an interview with Thales Defense Mission Systems - a leading company within the field of electronic warfare, providing expert insight alongside Visiongain analysis.

The Electronic Warfare Market 2011-2021 report will be of value to current and future potential investors into the electronic warfare industry, as well as companies and research centres who wish to broaden their knowledge of the electronic warfare market. 

For sample pages and further information concerning the Visiongain report The Electronic Warfare Market 2011-2021 please visit http://www.visiongain.com/Report/686/The-Electronic-Warfare-%28EW%29-Market-2011-2021

 

For an executive summary of this report please email:

Sara Peerun at sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com Tel: +44(0)20-7336-6100

Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
1.1 Electronic Warfare Market Overview
1.2 Drivers and Restraints of the Electronic Warfare Market
1.3 Report Benefits and Highlights
1.4 Report Structure
1.5 Methodology
1.6 Global Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
1.7 Electronic Warfare Submarket Forecasts
1.8 Leading National Electronic Warfare Market Forecasts

2. Introduction to the Electronic Warfare Market
2.1 Electronic Warfare (EW)
2.2 Electronic Attack (EA)
2.2.1 Radar Jamming and Deception
2.2.2 Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)
2.2.3 Directed Energy (DE) Weapons
2.2.4 Flares
2.2.5 Counter Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Device (RCIED) Systems
2.3 Electronic Protection (EP)
2.3.1 Spectrum Management
2.3.2 Electromagnetic Hardening
2.3.3 Emissions Control
2.3.4 Wartime Reserve Modes
2.4 Electronic Warfare Support (ES)
2.4.1 Electronic Reconnaissance
2.4.2 Electronic Intelligence (ELINT)
2.4.3 Electronics Security
2.5 Structure of the Electronic Warfare Market

3. Global Electronic Warfare Market
3.1 Global Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
3.2 Global Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
3.3 Fastest Growing Electronic Warfare Submarkets and National Markets
3.3.1 Fastest Growing Electronic Warfare Submarkets
3.3.1.1 Fastest Growing Electronic Warfare Submarkets 2011-2021
3.3.1.2 Fastest Growing Electronic Warfare Submarkets 2011-2016
3.3.1.3 Fastest Growing Electronic Warfare Submarkets 2016-2021
3.3.2 Fastest Growing Leading National Electronic Warfare Markets
3.3.2.1 Fastest Growing Leading National Electronic Warfare Markets 2011-2021
3.3.2.2 Fastest Growing Leading National Electronic Warfare Markets 2011-2016
3.3.2.3 Fastest Growing Leading National Electronic Warfare Markets 2016-2021
3.4 Electronic Warfare Submarkets and National Markets Share Allocations
3.4.1 Electronic Warfare Submarket Share Allocations
3.4.2 Leading National Electronic Warfare Market Share Allocations
3.5 Electronic Warfare Market Cumulative Sales
3.5.1 Electronic Warfare Submarkets Cumulative Sales
3.5.2 Leading National Electronic Warfare Markets Cumulative Sales

4. Electronic Warfare Submarkets
4.1 Electronic Attack Submarket
4.1.1 Electronic Attack Submarket Forecast
4.1.2 Electronic Attack Submarket Analysis
4.2 Electronic Protection Submarket
4.2.1 Electronic Protection Submarket Forecast
4.2.2 Electronic Protection Submarket Analysis
4.3 Electronic Warfare Support Submarket
4.3.1 Electronic Warfare Support Submarket Forecast
4.3.2 Electronic Warfare Support Submarket Analysis

5. Leading National Electronic Warfare Markets
5.1 US Electronic Warfare Market
5.1.1 US Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.1.2 US Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.1.3 US Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.1.3.1 Fleet Electronic Warfare Center (FEWC)
5.1.3.2 SRA International- PMW160
5.1.3.3 Virtual Combat Environment for Electronic Conflict (VCEEC)
5.1.3.4 Lockheed Martin- F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Lightning II
5.1.3.5 Lockheed Martin- Electronic Warfare Verification Station
5.1.3.6 Aeroflex Powell - Arbitrary Waveform Generators
5.1.3.7 BAE- Integrated Defensive Electronic Countermeasures
5.1.3.8 Electronic Warfare Squadron Sensor Beam Programme
5.1.3.9 Amplifier Research Corporation- Expeditionary Electronic Warfare Systems
5.1.3.10 Alion Science and Technology Corporation- Offutt US Air Force Base
5.1.3.11 Multi Spectral Stimulator Systems
5.1.3.12 Johns Hopkins University- Wright Patterson US Air Force Base
5.1.3.13 General Dynamics C4 Systems- US Army Communications Electronics Command (CECOM)
5.1.3.14 General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems- NAVSEA
5.1.3.15 Camber Corporation- Wright Patterson US Air Force Base
5.1.3.16 BAE Systems- Quick Reaction Dismounted Guardian CREW
5.1.3.17 BAE Systems- US Navy & Royal Australian Air Force
5.1.3.18 Northrop Grumman- AN/SLQ-32
5.1.3.19 First RF Corporation - CREW Vehicle Receiver Jammer
5.1.3.20 Northrop Grumman- Robins US Air Force Base
5.1.3.21 Raytheon-Integrated Multi Platform Launch Controllers
5.1.3.22 Alliant Techsystems- AAR-47 Missile Warning System
5.1.3.23 Alliant Techsystems (ATK) and BAE Systems- Joint Allied Threat Awareness System
5.1.3.24 Lockheed Martin- Wright-Patterson US Air Force Base
5.1.3.25 ITT- NAVAIR
5.1.3.26 General Dynamics- SEWIP Block 1B, 1B1, 1B2
5.1.3.27 Raytheon- AN/ALR-67(V)3 Radar Warning Receivers
5.1.3.28 Raytheon- US Space and Naval Systems Center
5.1.3.29 Alion Science and Technology- Weapons System Technology Information Analysis Center
5.1.3.30 US Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division's Combat Environment Simulation Division
5.1.3.31 ITT- US Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division
5.1.3.32 NAVAIR - IDECM AN/ALE-55 Subsystems
5.1.3.33 Lockheed Martin- NAVSEA
5.1.3.34 Raytheon- Next-Generation Jammer
5.1.3.35 ITT- Next-Generation Jammer
5.1.3.36 Northrop Grumman- Next-Generation Jammer
5.1.3.37 BAE Systems - Next-Generation Jammer
5.1.3.38 ALE-47 Counter-Measures
5.1.3.39 Northrop Grumman- Infrared Missile Warning Systems (IRMWS)
5.1.3.40 US Navy's Next-Generation Jammer
5.1.3.41 Dual Band Radar, Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Programme
5.1.3.42 Boeing -EA-18G Growler & F/A-18E/F Super Hornet Aircraft
5.1.3.43 Northrop Grumman- US Army Communications and Electronics Command (CECOM)
5.1.3.44 Raytheon -Jackal Passive Infrared Systems
5.1.3.45 ITT- Vehicle-Mounted RCIED Electronic Warfare
5.1.3.46 Office of Naval Research (ONR) for the Integrated Topside (InTop) Programme
5.1.3.47 BAE Systems - DARPA Behavioural Learning for Adaptive Electronic Warfare (BLADE) Programme
5.1.3.48 ITT- CREW Vehicle Receiver Jammers
5.1.3.49 Crane Aerospace & Electronics- AN/ALQ-99 Tactical Jamming System
5.1.3.50 ITT- US Special Operations Command (SOCOM)
5.1.3.51 ManTech- Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division
5.1.3.52 CPI- Jackal Passive Infrared Systems
5.1.3.53 ITT- Integrated Defensive Electronic Countermeasures Radio Frequency Countermeasures
5.1.3.54 AAI Corporation -JCREW Test Sets
5.1.3.55 ITT- CREW Vehicle Receiver Jammer Systems
5.1.3.56 Lockheed Martin- Block II
5.1.3.57 Northrop Grumman- Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures System
5.1.3.58 Boeing- F/A-18E/F Super Hornets & EA-18G Growlers
5.1.3.59 US Air Force Research Laboratory- Military Communications and Jamming
5.1.3.60 AAI Test & Training - Avionics Integration Support Facility
5.1.3.61 Sotera Defense Solutions- Electronic Warfare Modelling and Simulation
5.1.3.62 Northrop Grumman Corporation & SELEX Galileo- MOU
5.1.3.63 Northrop Grumman - US Army Common Infrared Countermeasures Self-Protection System
5.1.3.64 Micronetics- Electronic Warfare Modernization Program
5.1.3.65 Northrop Grumman- Computer Processors
5.1.3.66 Alliant Techsystems- Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey
5.2 Chinese Electronic Warfare Market
5.2.1 Chinese Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.2.2 Chinese Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.2.3. Chinese Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.2.3.1 China's National Defense in 2008
5.2.3.2 US DOD Observations of Chinese EW
5.2.3.3 Shaanxi Y-8 Transport Aircraft
5.2.3.4 Xian JH-7
5.2.3.5 Nanjing Military Area Command EW Unit
5.2.3.6 US DOD Quadrennial Defense Review
5.2.3.7 HongDian-5
5.3 Israeli Electronic Warfare Market
5.3.1 Israeli Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.3.2 Israeli Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.3.3 Israeli Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.3.3.1 ELTA Systems- EL/L- 8265 Radar Warning Locator
5.3.3.2 Protector UAV
5.3.3.3 Elbit Systems Aircraft Decoy Patent
5.4 French Electronic Warfare Market
5.4.1 French Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.4.2 French Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.4.3 French Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.4.3.1 Scorpion Programme
5.4.3.2 Sagem - Siphar Nuclear Attack Submarine
5.4.3.3 Thales- FREMM Frigates
5.4.3.4 Thales- Army and Navy Helicopters
5.4.3.5 Bruz Research Site
5.4.3.6 Global Navigation Satellite System EW Renovation
5.5 UK Electronic Warfare Market
5.5.1 UK Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.5.2 UK Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.5.3 UK Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.5.3.1 SELEX Galileo- Defensive Aids Suite
5.5.3.2 Defensive Aids Sub-Systems
5.5.3.3 Common Defensive Aids Suite Technology Demonstrator Programme
5.5.3.4 ECLIPSE Pointer-Tracker
5.5.3.5 Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures
5.5.3.6 AAR-57 Common Missile Warning System
5.5.3.7 UK Strategic Defence Review
5.5.3.8 Typhoon Availability Service
5.5.3.9 Team Excalibur- Project Shepherd
5.5.3.10 RC-135W Rivet Joint Signals Intelligence Aircraft
5.6 Russian Electronic Warfare Market
5.6.1 Russian Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.6.2 Russian Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.6.3 Russian Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.6.3.1 Tu-160 Bomber Modernisation
5.6.3.2 Russia- Belarus Cooperation
5.6.3.3 Russian EW Chief Sacked
5.7 Indian Electronic Warfare Market
5.7.1 Indian Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.7.2 Indian Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.7.3 Indian Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.7.3.1 Indian - Russian Cooperation
5.7.3.2 EADS- Missile Warning Defence System
5.7.3.3 Indian Army EW Modernisation
5.7.3.4 Saab- Dhruv Helicopters
5.7.3.5 Dassault Aviation- Mirage 2000 Jet
5.7.3.6 ManTech- Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Indian Head Division
5.7.3.7 Su-30 MKI
5.7.3.8 Chitradurga & Tandur Test Ranges
5.7.3.9 Tejus Light Combat Aircraft
5.7.3.10 Saab- HAL Joint Venture
5.7.3.11 Mirage-2000 multi-role fighters Contract
5.8 Italian Electronic Warfare Market
5.8.1 Italian Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.8.2 Italian Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.8.3 Italian Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.8.3.1 Eurofighter Typhoon and FREMM Frigates
5.8.3.2 Panavia Tornado Fighters
5.8.3.3 Eurofighter Typhoon Fleets
5.8.3.4 Alenia Aeronautica C-27J Aircraft
5.8.3.5 Forza NEC Programme
5.8.3.6 ATR-72MP Marine Patrol Aircraft
5.8.3.7 ELT/572 DIRCM
5.9 German Electronic Warfare Market
5.9.1 German Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.9.2 German Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.9.3 German Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.9.3.1 Eurofighter Typhoon
5.9.3.2 NH90 Tactical Transport Helicopters
5.10 Japanese Electronic Warfare Market
5.10.1 Japanese Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.10.2 Japanese Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.10.3 Japanese Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.10.3.1 Indigenous Japanese Supply
5.10.3.2 Boeing- Japan air Self-Defence Force
5.10.3.3 Boeing- E-767 AWACS Upgrades
5.11 Australian Electronic Warfare Market
5.11.1 Australian Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.11.2 Australian Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.11.3 Australian Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.11.3.1 Black Hawk Helicopter Cancellation
5.11.3.2 BAE Systems- Nulka Anti-Missile Decoy
5.11.3.3 ITT- Australian Air Warfare Destroyer
5.11.3.4 Australian Air Warfare Destroyer- DSTO
5.11.3.5 ITT Corporation - Vehicle Mounted JCREW
5.11.3.6 CAE- Black Hawk Full Flight Mission Simulator
5.11.3.7 Australian Defence Budget 2011-2012- Major EW Programmes
5.12 Saudi Arabian Electronic Warfare Market
5.12.1 Saudi Arabian Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.12.2 Saudi Arabian Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.12.3 Saudi Arabian Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.12.3.1 Thales- Al- Madhallah System
5.12.3.2 DTM Global- DEWET Training System
5.12.3.3 F-15 Upgrades
5.12.3.4 Booz Allen Hamilton- Royal Saudi Navy
5.13 South Korean Electronic Warfare Market
5.13.1 South Korean Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.13.2 South Korean Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.13.3 South Korean Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.13.3.1 Elisra Electronic Systems- EW and Missile Warning System
5.14 Canadian Electronic Warfare Market
5.14.1 Canadian Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.14.2 Canadian Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.14.3 Canadian Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.14.3.1 Canadian Forces Electronic Warfare Centre
5.14.3.2 Canadian Defence Research and Development (R&D)
5.14.3.3 Halifax Frigate Modernisation Programme
5.14.3.4 F-35 Jet Budget Estimations
5.15 Brazilian Electronic Warfare Market
5.15.1 Brazilian Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.15.2 Brazilian Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.15.3 Brazilian Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.15.3.1 Elbit / Embraer - Brazilian Air Force
5.15.3.2 Northrop Grumman/ Embraer- Brazilian Air Force
5.16 Rest of the World (ROW) Electronic Warfare Market
5.16.1 Rest of the World (ROW) Electronic Warfare Market Forecast
5.16.2 Rest of the World (ROW) Electronic Warfare Market Analysis
5.16.3 Rest of the World (ROW) Electronic Warfare Market Contract Details
5.16.3.1 Pakistan
5.16.3.2 Belgium / Norway
5.16.3.3 Jordan
5.16.3.4 Egypt
5.16.3.5 Taiwan
5.16.3.6 Pakistan

6. SWOT Analysis of the Electronic Warfare Market
6.1 Strengths
6.1.1 Importance of Electronic Warfare
6.1.2 Continuing Demand
6.1.3 Cutting Edge Industry
6.1.4 Long Term Efficacy
6.1.5 Multitude of Platforms
6.2 Weaknesses
6.2.1 High Costs and Complexity
6.2.2 Uncertain Budgets and Investment
6.2.3 Concentrated Market
6.2.4 Loss of Expertise
6.2.5 Perceived Value of Electronic Warfare
6.3 Opportunities
6.3.1 Emerging Markets
6.3.2 Market Leaders
6.3.3 New and Alternative Platforms
6.3.4 Networked Electronic Warfare
6.3.5 Research & Development Emphasis
6.3.6 Directed Energy Weapons
6.4 Threats
6.4.1 Economic Pressures
6.4.2 Troop Withdrawals
6.4.3 Market Consolidation
6.4.4 Security

7. Expert Opinion
7.1 Thales Defense Mission Systems
7.1.1 Background at Thales
7.1.2 Thales EW Products
7.1.3 France and UK
7.1.4 Wider World
7.1.5 Budgetary Pressures
7.1.6 Geographic Growth
7.1.7 Stumbling Blocks
7.1.8 Latest Projects
7.1.9 Future of EW

8. Leading Companies in the Electronic Warfare Market
8.1 AAI Corporation
8.2 Alion Science and Technology Corporation
8.3 Allen-Vanguard
8.4 Alliant Techsystems (ATK)
8.5 BAE Systems
8.6 Boeing Company
8.7 Chemring Group
8.8 Cobham Plc
8.9 Communications & Power Industries (CPI)
8.10 DRS Technologies
8.11 EADS Company
8.12 Elbit Systems Ltd.
8.13 Elettronica
8.14 ELTA Systems
8.15 General Dynamics
8.16 Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Ltd
8.17 ITT Corporation
8.18 L-3 Communications
8.19 Lockheed Martin Corporation
8.20 ManTech International Corporation
8.21 Northrop Grumman Corporation
8.22 Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd
8.23 Raytheon
8.24 Rockwell Collins Inc
8.25 Saab AB
8.26 SELEX Galileo
8.27 Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC)
8.28 Systematic
8.29 Thales Group
8.30 Ultra Electronics

9. Conclusions
9.1 Global Electronic Warfare Market Data and Outlook
9.2 Electronic Warfare Submarket Forecasts
9.2.1 Electronic Attack (EA) Submarket
9.2.2 Electronic Protection (EP) Submarket
9.2.3 Electronic Warfare Support (ES) Submarket
9.3 Leading National Electronic Warfare Market Forecasts
9.4 Fastest Growing Electronic Warfare Submarkets & National Markets
9.5 Electronic Warfare Market Drivers
9.6 Electronic Warfare Market Restraints
9.7 Electronic Warfare Market Opportunities

10. Glossary



Notes for Editors

 

About visiongain

Visiongain is one of the fastest growing and most innovative independent business intelligence companies in Europe. Based in London, UK, visiongain produces a host of business-2-business conferences, newsletters and management reports focusing on the Energy, Telecoms, Pharmaceuticals, Defence, Aviation and Materials sectors.

Visiongain publishes reports produced by its in-house analysts, who are qualified experts in their field. Visiongain has firmly established itself as the first port-of-call for the business professional, who needs independent, high quality, original material to rely and depend on. 

 

If you are interested in a more detailed overview of this report, please send an e-mail to sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com or call her on +44(0)207-336-6100

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