Global Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) Technologies and Market Forecast to 2025

By Technology (High Energy Laser Weapons, High Power Microwave Weapons & Particle Beam Weapons) and by End Users (Ship Based, Airborne, Land Based)

Directed Energy Weapons are attracting ever increasing R&D funds and there is no military organization and branch that’s not looking into ways to integrate them into their arsenal. Consequently, we estimate the Global Directed Energy Weapons market will be valued at about $1.67 billion in 2017.

This new, multi-scenario forecast examines, analyzes and predicts the evolution of Directed Energy Weapon technologies, markets and outlays (expenditures) over the next eight years 2017-2025.
 
The report examines regional aspects of these markets, focusing on the top 95% by value, in the United States, Europe and Asia.
 
By Addressed Technologies
This report addresses the following broad based technologies:
  • High Energy Laser Weapons
  • High Power Microwave Weapons
  • Particle Beam Weapons

By End-Users
  • Ship Based Directed Energy Weapons    
  • Airborne Directed Energy Weapons    
  • Land Based Directed Energy Weapons

By Geography
  • North America    
  • Europe
  • Asia    
  • Middle East  
The report also includes a detailed company overview of the 12 leading companies active in Directed Energy Weapons:
Airbus, Boeing, IAI, Lockheed Martin, Leonardo, MBDA, Northrop Grumman, Rafael, Raytheon, Rheinmetall, Saab and Thales.

Who is This Report For? 
This report is a must, particularly if you are one of the following:
  • Business Leaders & Business Developers
  • Defense Primes
  • Electrical Component Manufacturers
  • Software Developers
  • Government Policy Setters
     
The report also analyses and forecasts, amongst others, these issues related to the Global Directed Energy Weapons Market :
  • Changes In Procurement Patter of Militaries Globally
  • PEST & SWOT Analysis
  • Industry Analysis & Market Analysis
  • Major R & D Activities
  • Leading Companies In This Industry
Furthermore, the report examines global regulatory and political trends that are led by international military organizations like the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)  and the strong influence these policies are having on these markets and technologies
1    Introduction
1.1    Scope
1.2    Methodology
1.3    Forecast Scenarios
1.3.1    What Is A Forecast Scenario
1.3.2    Scenario I - Global Steady State – Current Generation DEWs Are Still Evolving    
1.3.3    Scenario II - Current Generation DEWs Have Evolved Into Mature Systems    
1.4    Who will benefit from this report
1.4.1    Business Leaders & Business Developers
1.4.2    Directed Energy Weapon Manufacturers
1.4.3    Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
1.4.4    Military
1.4.5    Civil Government Leaders & Planners
1.5    Language, Disclaimer and Further Information

2    Executive Summary
2.1    Directed Energy Weapons – Trends and Insights
2.2    Major Findings
2.3    Major Conclusions

3    Current Technologies & Markets
3.1    Current Technologies    
3.1.1    High Energy Laser Weapons    
3.1.2    Particle Beam Weapon    
3.1.3    High Power Microwave Weapons    
3.2    Current Markets    
3.2.1    Current Market – North America    
3.2.2    Current Market – Europe
3.2.3    Current Market – Asia    
3.2.4    Current Market – Middle East    

4    Drivers and Inhibitors
4.1    Drivers    
4.2    Inhibitors    

5    Global Directed Energy Weapons Market Forecasts by Region
5.1    Introduction
5.2    Scenario I - Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by Region by [$Million] – 2017 – 2025
5.3    Scenario II - Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by Region by [$Million] – 2017 – 2025  
 
6    Global Directed Energy Weapons Market Forecasts by Technology
6.1    Introduction    
6.2    Scenario I - Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2017 – 2025    
6.3    Scenario I - Directed Energy Weapons – High Energy Laser  (HEL) Technology [$Million] – 2017 – 2025    
6.4    Scenario I - Directed Energy Weapons – High Power Microwave (HPM) Technology [$Million] – 2017 – 2025  
6.5    Scenario I - Directed Energy Weapons – Particle Beam Weapon (PBW) Technology [$Million] – 2017 – 2025  
6.6    Scenario II - Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by Technology [$Million] – 2017 – 2025    
6.7    Scenario II - Directed Energy Weapons – High Energy Laser   Technology [$Million] – 2017 – 2025    
6.8    Scenario II - Directed Energy Weapons – High Power Microwave   Technology [$Million] – 2017 – 2025    
6.9    Scenario II - Directed Energy Weapons – Particle Beam Weapon   Technology [$Million] – 2017 – 2025    

7    Global Directed Energy Weapons Market Forecasts by End-Use
7.1    Introduction    
7.2    Ship Based Directed Energy Weapons    
7.3    Airborne Directed Energy Weapons    
7.4    Land Based Directed Energy Weapons    
7.5    Scenario I -  Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by  End Use [$Million] – 2017 – 2025
7.6    Scenario II - Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use [$Million] – 2017 – 2025

8    Global Directed Energy Weapons Market PEST Analysis
8.1    Introduction    
8.2    PEST Analysis Of Directed Energy Weapon Market    
8.3    Using The 5 Forces Model On The DEW Industry    

9    Leading Companies in the Directed Energy Weapons Market
9.1    Airbus Defence & Space    
9.1.1    Company profile    
9.1.2    Products & Services    
9.1.3    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)    
9.1.4    Recent contract wins    
9.1.5    Directed Energy Weapons – Products & Services    
9.1.6    Strategic Alliances    
9.1.7    Contact    
9.2    Boeing    
9.2.1    Company profile
9.2.2    Directed Weapons Products & Services    
9.2.3    Financial info (revenues, profit for last 5 years)    
9.2.4    Recent contract wins    
9.2.5    Strategic Alliances    
9.2.6    Contact    
9.3    Israel Aerospace Industries    
9.3.1    Company Profile    
9.3.2    Directed Energy Weapons - Products & Services    
9.3.3    Financial Information (revenues, profit last 5 years)    
9.3.4    Recent Contract Wins    
9.3.5    Strategic Alliances    
9.3.6    Contact    
9.4    Lockheed Martin    
9.4.1    Company Profile    
9.4.2    Directed Energy Weapons - Products & Services    
9.4.3    Financial Information    
9.4.4    Recent contract wins    
9.4.5    Strategic Alliances    
9.4.6    Contact    
9.5    Leonardo    
9.5.1    Company profile    
9.5.2    Directed Energy Weapons - Products & Services    
9.5.3    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)    
9.5.4    Recent contract wins    
9.5.5    Strategic Alliances    
9.5.6    Contact    
9.6    MBDA    
9.6.1    Company profile    
9.6.2    Directed Energy Weapons - Products & Services    
9.6.3    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)    
9.6.4    Recent contract wins    
9.6.5    Strategic Alliances    
9.6.6    Contact    
9.7    Northrop Grumman Corporation    
9.7.1    Company profile    
9.7.2    Directed Energy Weapons - Products & Services    
9.7.3    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)    
9.7.4    Recent contract wins    
9.7.5    Strategic Alliances    
9.7.6    Contact    
9.8    Rafael Advanced Defense Systems    
9.8.1    Company profile    
9.8.2    Directed Energy Weapons - Products & Services    
9.8.3    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)    
9.8.4    Recent contract wins    
9.8.5    Strategic Alliances    
9.8.6    Contact    
9.9    Raytheon    
9.9.1    Company profile    
9.9.2    Directed Energy Weapons - Products & Services    
9.9.3    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)    
9.9.4    Recent contract wins    
9.9.5    Strategic Alliances    
9.9.6    Contact    
9.10    Rheinmetall AG    
9.10.1    Company profile    
9.10.2    Directed Energy Weapons - Products & Services    
9.10.3    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)    
9.10.4    Recent contract wins    
9.10.5    9.10.5 Strategic Alliances    
9.10.6    Contact    
9.11    Saab    
9.11.1    Company profile    
9.11.2    Directed Energy Weapons - Products & Services    
9.11.3    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)    
9.11.4    Recent contract wins    
9.11.5    Strategic Alliances    
9.11.6    Contact    
9.12    Thales    
9.12.1    Company profile    
9.12.2    Directed Energy Weapons - Products & Services    
9.12.3    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)    
9.12.4    Recent contract wins    
9.12.5    Strategic Alliances    
9.12.6    Contact    
9.13    Other Companies Of Interest    
9.13.1    Adsys Controls, Irvine, California - USA    
9.13.2    Almaz-Antey, Moscow - Russia    
9.13.3    BAE Systems PLC, Arlington, Virginia, United States    
9.13.4    Changchun Institute for Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics – Jilin Sheng-China    
9.13.5    Diehl Defence, Überlingen – Germany    
9.13.6    General Atomics, San Diego,CA – USA    
9.13.7    L3 Technologies, New York - USA    
9.13.8    Orbital ATK, Baltimore, MD - USA    
9.13.9    Textron Defense Systems, Providence, RI – USA    

10    Directed Energy Weapons Industry Analysis
10.1    Industry supply chain structure management    
10.2    Leading Component Suppliers Companies    
10.2.1    Advanced Laser Diode Systems – Berlin, Germany    
10.2.2    ALPhA - Route des Lasers – Pessac, France    
10.2.3    ATC Semiconductor Devices - Saint Petersburg, Russia    
10.2.4    Cobolt AB, Stockholm, Sweden    
10.2.5    Edmund Optics Inc – Barrington, NJ – USA    
10.2.6    FOBA North America - Boxborough, MA - USA    
10.2.7    GAP Lasers & Photonics - Solbiate Olona, Varese, Italy    
10.2.8    Hangzhou Lambda Photonics Technology Co. Ltd. - Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China    
10.2.9    KLASTECH GmbH – Dortmund, Germany    
10.2.10    Laserglow Technologies – Toronto, Canada    
10.2.11    Shimadzu Corporation – Kyoto, Japan    
10.3    Manufacturing Cost Structure per type    
10.4    R & D Status and Technology Source    

11    SWOT Analysis of the Directed Energy Weapons Market
11.1    Strengths    
11.2    Weaknesses    
11.3    Opportunities    
11.4    Threats    

12    Marketing Strategy Analysis
12.1    Marketing Channel    
12.1.1    Direct Marketing    
12.1.2    Indirect Marketing    
12.1.3    Marketing Channel Development Trend    
12.2    Market Positioning    
12.2.1    Pricing Strategy    
12.2.2    Brand Strategy    
12.2.3    Target Client    

13    Conclusions and recommendations
13.1    Developing A Plan Of Action To Sell Directed Energy Weapons    
13.2    The Importance Of Request For Information (RFI)    
13.3    Expectations From Directed Energy Weapons In The Future    

14    About Market Forecast
14.1    General    
14.2    Contact us    
14.3    Disclaimer    
14.4    License informatio
List of tables
Table 1: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by Region by [$Million] – 2017 - 2025
Table 2: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by Region 2017 - 2025 (US$ millions)
Table 3: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by Technology- 2017 - 2025 (US$ millions)
Table 4: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – High Energy Laser Technology [$Million] – 2017 – 2025
Table 5: : Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – High Power Microwave Technology 2017 - 2025 (US$ millions)
Table 6: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Particle Beam Weapon Technology 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Table 7: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by Technology 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Table 8: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – High Energy Laser Technology- 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Table 9: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – High Power Microwave Technology- 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Table10: : Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Particle Beam Weapon Technology- 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Table 11: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- SHIP BASED Directed Energy Weapon - 2017 - 2025 (US$ millions)
Table 12: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- AIRBORNE Directed Energy Weapon - 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Table 13: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- LAND BASED Directed Energy Weapon - 2017 - 2025 (US$ millions)
Table 14: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- SHIP BASED Directed Energy Weapon - 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Table 15: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- AIRBORNE Directed Energy Weapon - 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Table 16: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- LAND BASED Directed Energy Weapon - 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Table 17: Airbus Defence and Space Financial Information 2012-2016 [$Million]
Table 18: The Boeing Company Financial Information 2012-2016 [$Million]
Table 19: Israel Aerospace Industries Financial Information 2011–2015 [$Million]
Table 20: Lockheed Martin: Financial Information 2012 – 2016 (US$ millions)
Table 21: Leonardo Financial Information 2012 – 2016 [$Million]
Table 22: MBDA Financial Information 2012 – 2016 (US$ millions)
Table 23: Northrop Grummanm Fimamcial Information 2011-2015 (US$ millions)
Table 24: Rafael Financial Information 2011-2015 (US$ millions)
Table 25: Raytheon Financial Information 2011-2015 (US$ millions)
Table 26: Rheinmetall Financial Information 2011-2015 (US$ millions)
Table 27: Saab Financial Information 2011-2015 (US$ millions)
Table 28: Thales Financial Information 2011-2015 (US$ millions)
Table 29: Top Challenges Facing DEW Supply Chain
Table 30: Baseline Costing Figures For DEW Systems

List of figures
Figure  1: Components of a laser based DEW System
Figure 2: Components of a Weapon System
Figure 3: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by Region by [$Million] – 2017 - 2025
Figure  4: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast Total - 2017 - 2025 (US$ millions)
Figure 5: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by Region 2017 - 2025 (US$ millions)
Figure 6: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast Total - 2017 - 2025 (US$ millions)
Figure 7: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by Technology- 2017 - 2025 (US$ millions)
Figure 8: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast Total by Technology- 2017 - 2025 (US$ millions)
Figure 9: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – High Energy Laser Technology [$Million] – 2017–2025
Figure 10: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – High Energy Laser Technology – Σ17-25 [$Million]
Figure 11: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – High Power Microwave Technology 2017 - 2025 (US$ millions)
Figure 12: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – High Power Microwave Technology – Σ17-25 [$Millions]
Figure 13: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Particle Beam Weapon Technology 2017 - 2025 [$ million]
Figure 14: : Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Particle Beam Weapon Technology – Σ17-25 [$Million]
Figure 15: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by Technology 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Figure 16: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by Technology- Σ17-25 [$Million]
Figure 17: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – High Energy Laser Technology- 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Figure 18: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – High Energy Laser Technology- Σ17-25 [$Million]
Figure 19: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – High Power Microwave Technology- 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Figure 20: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – High Power Microwave Technology- Σ17-25 [$Million]
Figure 21: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Particle Beam Weapon Technology- 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Figure 22: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Particle Beam Weapon Technology- Σ17-25 [$Million]
Figure 23: Northrop Grumman’s Maritime Laser (Artist Concept)
Figure 24: US Navy’s LaWs
Figure 25: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- SHIP BASED Directed Energy Weapon - 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Figure 26: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- SHIP BASED Directed Energy Weapon- Total- 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Figure 27: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- AIRBORNE Directed Energy Weapon - 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Figure 28: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- AIRBORNE Directed Energy Weapon – Σ17-25 [$Million]
Figure  29: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- LAND BASED Directed Energy Weapon - 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Figure 30: Scenario I – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- LAND BASED Directed Energy Weapon – Σ17-25 [$Million]
Figure 31 Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- SHIP BASED Directed Energy Weapon - 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Figure 32: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- SHIP BASED Directed Energy Weapon – Σ17-25 [$Million]
Figure 33: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use-AIRBORNE Directed Energy Weapon - 2017 - 2025 [$Million]
Figure 34: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- AIRBORNE Directed Energy Weapon – Σ17-25 [$Million]
Figure 35: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- LAND BASED Directed Energy Weapon - 2017 – 2025 [$Million]
Figure 36: Scenario II – Directed Energy Weapons – Global Market Forecast by End Use- LAND BASED Directed Energy Weapon – Σ17-25 [$Million]
Figure 37: Directed Energy Weapon Industry – 5 Forces Model
Figure  38: Airbus Defence and Space Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  39 : Airbus Defence and Space Profit 2012-2016
Figure 40: Boeing High Energy Laser Mobile Demonstrator
Figure  41: Boeing Revenues 2012-2016
Figure  42: Boeing Earnings from operations 2012-2016
Figure  43: Israel Aerospace Industries Revenues 2012-2016
Figure  44: Israel Aerospace Industries Profit 2012-2016
Figure  45: Lockheed Martin’s Truck Mounted HEL (Artist Concept)
Figure  46: Lockheed Martin Revenues 2012-2016
Figure  47: Lockheed Martin Profit 2012-2016
Figure  48: Leonardo Revenues 2012-2016
Figure  49: Leonardo Profit 2012-2016
Figure  50: MBDA Revenu 2013-2016
Figure  51: MBDA Profit 2013-2016
Figure  52: Northrop Grumman Sales 2012-2016
Figure  53: Northrop Grumman Net earnings 2012-2016
Figure  54: Rafael Drone Dome
Figure  55: Rafael Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  56: Rafael Profit 2012-2016
Figure  57: Raytheon Sales 2012-2016
Figure  58: Cobolt 04-01 Series DPSS Lasers
Companies Mentioned
  • Adsys Controls
  • Airbus Defence & Space
  • Almaz-Antey
  • BAE Systems PLC
  • Boeing
  • Diehl Defence
  • General Atomics
  • Israel Aerospace Industries
  • L3 Technologies
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Leonardo
  • MBDA
  • Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • Orbital ATK
  • Rafael Advanced Defense Systems
  • Raytheon
  • Rheinmetall AG
  • Saab
  • Textron Defense Systems
  • Thales
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