Global Military Avionics Market and Technology Forecast to 2026

Market Forecasts (By Fitment, Sub System, and Platform), Market Share Analysis (Company, Region, Sub System, Platform, and Fit type), Country Wise Program Mapping, and Region Wise Programs

Global Military Avionics Market is currently valued at USD 32.77 Billion in 2018 and is expected to experience a growth rate of about 2% and grow to USD 37.90 Billion in 2025. The cumulative market for Global Military Avionics is estimated at around USD 280.65 Billion, nearly 30% of the cumulative market accounts to one of the sub segments. The military avionics market is segmented into Navigation, Communication, Sensors, Mission Systems and Display & Control. Mission systems accounts to majority of the market.

The key drivers for the market include the growing conflicts and the rise in defence budgets. Apart from the above mentioned the mid-life upgrades and the new asset procurement are the major factors which are expected to drive the market in the next few years. The US and the European markets are driven by mid-life upgrade, the Asian markets are predominantly driven by the new asset procurement. A good example of the mid-life upgrade can be the F-18 upgrades, a good example of new procurement could be the MMRCA procurement project by the Indian Government.
The key challenges include the system integration and certification. In the recent past defence industry has witnessed numerous project cost overruns. The complexity of the project is directly proportional to the cost overrun. The JSF Program and the A400 M are good examples of cost overrun of projects.

The report “Global Military Avionics Market Forecast to 2026” provides two years historical data and the forecast until 2026. The market forecast section provides break up of forecast which is classified according to fitment, sub segments and platform.

The in-depth coverage of the report across its sections are:
  • Overview and Market Trends: This section covers the overall market definition of the Global Military Avionics market and the market segmentation of the market. This section also deals with the technology changes over the time in the military avionics market.
  • Market Dynamics & Market Share Analysis: This section of the report deals with the key drivers, restraints and challenges of this market. This sections also covers the market share analysis and forecast. The forecast scenarios for optimum, optimistic and pessimistic scenarios are also discussed in this section.
  • Program Mapping: Individual suppliers for the ongoing programs have been mapped in this section, please refer to the TOC to understand the programs which have been mapped in this section.
  • Key Performance Indicators for buying decisions: The defence market is not a very cost sensitive market, however the cost of operations have been an area of interest for procurement decisions. The key performance indicators have been discussed in this section.
  • Country Wise Program Mapping: This section deals with the recent platform purchases by the top defence spenders in the world. The programs can be widely classified as Fixed Wing, Rotary Wing and Unmanned Platforms.
  • Regional Future Programs: There has been a considerable amount of investment which has been induced into country level defence organisation by the governments of their respective countries to ensure defence independence. The associated benefits are the new job creation and development of technology. As a result of this initiatives, there are programs which are being developed and this section deals with the future programs.
  • Company Profiles: Most of the major companies have been covered in the company profiles section. This section also covers the SWOT for each of the players.

Scope
  • This market is expected to grow at a CAGR of about 2% during the forecast period 2018-2025, the study period of the report titles Global Military Avionics Market is 2016-2025.
  • The report has considered the three platforms, which is fixed, rotary and unmanned platforms and the new programs and upgrades. The overall systems are further sub segmented and mission systems contribute to the largest revenue.
  • Detailed PESTLE analysis has been covered and SWOT analysis for each of the companies have been covered in the report.

Reasons to Buy
  • Determine prospective investment areas based on a detailed trend analysis of the Military Avionics market over the forecast period
  • Gain in-depth understanding about the underlying factors driving demand for different military avionics systems segments
  • Strengthen your understanding of the market in terms of demand drivers, industry trends, and the latest technological developments, among others
  • Identify the major channels that are driving the global military avionics market, providing a clear picture about future opportunities that can be tapped, resulting in revenue expansion
  • Channelize resources by focusing on the ongoing programs that are being undertaken by the defence ministries of different countries
  • Make correct business decisions based on thorough analysis of the total competitive landscape of the sector with detailed profiles of the military avionics systems providers around the world which include information about their products, alliances, recent contract wins and financial analysis wherever available.

1     Introduction

1.1      Scope

1.2      Methodology
1.2.1    Business Leaders & Business Developers
1.2.2    Avionics Manufacturers
1.2.3    Small & Medium Enterprises (SME’s)
1.2.4    Military
1.2.5    Civil Government Leaders & Planners

1.3    Language, Disclaimer and Further Information

2    Executive Summary

2.1    Avionics Architecture

3    Market Structure


4    Market Trends

4.1    Navigation

4.2    Communication

4.3    Sensors

4.4    Mission Systems

4.5    Displays & Controls

5    PESTLE ANALYSIS

5.1    Political

5.2    Economic

5.3    Social

5.4    Technological

5.5    Legislative

5.6    Environmental

6    Market Dynamics

6.1       Key Drivers
6.1.1    Growing Defense Budget from raising economies
6.1.2    Global Conflicts
6.1.3    Mid Life Upgrades
6.1.4    New Asset Procurement

6.2       Key Restraints
6.2.1    Reduced Defense Budgets in developed economies
6.2.2    Rise of Unmanned Platforms
6.2.3    Long Project Life Cycle

6.3       Key Challenges
6.3.1    System Integration & Certification
6.3.2    Cost Overruns

6.4       Market Forecast
6.4.1    Global Defense Avionics
6.4.2    Global Defense Avionics Market by Fitment
6.4.3    Global Defense Avionics market by Sub Systems
6.4.3.1    Navigation
6.4.3.2    Communication
6.4.3.3    Sensors
6.4.3.4    Mission Systems
6.4.3.5    Displays & Controls
6.4.4    Global Defense Avionics market by Platform

6.5    Scenario Analysis

7    Market share Analysis

7.1    By Company

7.2    By Region

7.3    By Sub System

7.4    By Platform

7.5    By Fit Type

8    Program Mapping

8.1    A400M

8.2    Lockheed Martin C130

8.3    Eurofighter Typhoon

8.4    Boeing F/A-18 Super Hornet

8.5    Lockheed Martin F-35

8.6    Sikorsky S-70A Black Hawk

8.7    Bell Boeing V22- Osprey

9    Key Performance Indicators for Buying Decision

9.1    Mission and Platform

9.2    Technology

9.3    Cost of Operations

9.3.1    Unit Level Manpower
9.3.2    Unit Operations
9.3.3    Maintenance
9.3.4    Sustaining Support
9.3.5    Continuous System Improvements
9.3.6    Indirect Support

9.4    Service & Offerings

9.5    Offset Obligations

10     Country Wise Program Mapping

10.1       United States
10.1.1    Tanker/ Transport Aircraft
10.1.2    Unmanned Platforms
10.1.3    FGA Aircraft
10.1.4    Trainer A/C
10.1.5    Rotary Platforms
10.1.6    Maritime Patrol Aircraft
10.1.7    Fighter Aircraft

10.2       China
10.2.1    Transport Aircraft
10.2.2    FGA Aircraft
10.2.3    Rotary Platform

10.3       Russia
10.3.1    Transport Aircraft
10.3.2    Unmanned Platform
10.3.3    Rotary Platform

10.4       Saudi Arabia
10.4.1    Tanker/ Transport Aircraft/ Special Purpose Aircraft
10.4.2    Unmanned Platforms
10.4.3    FGA Aircraft
10.4.4    Trainer A/C
10.4.5    Rotary Platforms

10.5       India
10.5.1    Tanker/ Transport Aircraft/ Special Purpose
10.5.2    Unmanned Platforms
10.5.3    FGA Aircraft
10.5.4    Trainer A/C
10.5.5    Rotary Platforms
10.5.6    Maritime Patrol Aircraft

10.6       France
10.6.1    Tanker/ Transport Aircraft
10.6.2    Unmanned Platforms

10.7       United Kingdom
10.7.1    Tanker/ Transport Aircraft / Special Purpose
10.7.2    Unmanned Platforms
10.7.3    FGA Aircraft
10.7.4    Trainer A/C
10.7.5    Rotary Platforms
10.7.6    Maritime Patrol Aircraft

10.8       Japan
10.8.1    Tanker/ Transport Aircraft / Special Purpose
10.8.2    Unmanned Platforms
10.8.3    FGA Aircraft
10.8.4    Rotary Platforms

10.9       Germany
10.9.1    Unmanned Platforms
10.9.2    FGA Aircraft

10.10       South Korea
10.10.1    Tanker/ Transport Aircraft / Special Purpose
10.10.2    Unmanned Platforms
10.10.3    FGA Aircraft
10.10.4    Rotary Platforms

11     Region Wise Programs

11.1    North America
11.1.1    Force Multiplier Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Aircraft
11.1.2    Outrider Unmanned Aircraft System
11.1.3    AC-130J Ghostrider Aircraft
11.1.4    AT-802L Longsword ISR and Light Strike Aircraft
11.1.5    HH-60W Combat Rescue Helicopter (CRH)
11.1.6    MH-47G Chinook Special Operations Helicopter
11.1.7    C-130J-SOF Special Mission Aircraft
11.1.8    SkyGuardian Remotely-Piloted Aircraft
11.1.9    QF-16 Full Scale Aerial Target
11.1.10    T-X Program

11.2       Europe
11.2.1    TAI TF-X Stealth Fighter
11.2.2    Strsljen Helicopter
11.2.3    R-350 VTOL Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
11.2.4    Beriev ?-100 Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEW&C) Aircraft
11.2.5    C295- Armed Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Aircraft (France)
11.2.6    T625 Multi-Role Helicopter
11.2.7    VSR700 Rotary-Wing UAV
11.2.8    ZALA 421-16E5 Unmanned Aircraft System
11.2.9    DA62 MPP Special Mission Aircraft
11.2.10    Mi-171SH-HV Military Transport Helicopter

12     R&D Analysis

12.1    Product Obsolescence

12.2    Innovative Technology

12.3    Advanced Capabilities
12.3.1    Overall advantages of the UAV

12.4    Self-Reliance on specific platforms

12.5    Research & Development Spending
12.5.1    Geographic R&D Spending Split
12.5.2    YoY Regional R&D Spending Growth


13     Company Profiles

13.1       Aselsan Elektronik Sanayi ve Ticaret A.S.
13.1.1    Company profile
13.1.2    Products & Services
13.1.3    Segment Revenue
13.1.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.1.5    Recent contract wins
13.1.6    Recent Projects completed
13.1.7    Strategic Alliances
13.1.8    Contact
13.1.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.2       Astronics Corporation
13.2.1    Company profile
13.2.2    Products & Services
13.2.3    Segment Revenue
13.2.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.2.5    Recent contract wins
13.2.6    Recent Projects completed
13.2.7    Strategic Alliances
13.2.8    Contact
13.2.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.3       BAE SYSTEMS
13.3.1    Company Profile
13.3.2    Products & Services
13.3.3    Segment Revenue
13.3.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.3.5    Recent contract wins
13.3.6    Recent Projects completed
13.3.7    Strategic Alliances
13.3.8    Contact
13.3.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.4       COBHAM Plc
13.4.1    Company profile
13.4.2    Products & Services
13.4.3    Segment Revenue
13.4.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.4.5    Recent contract wins
13.4.6    Recent Projects completed
13.4.7    Strategic Alliances
13.4.8    Contact
13.4.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.5       Curtiss Wright
13.5.1    Company profile
13.5.2    Products & Services
13.5.3    Segment Revenue
13.5.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.5.5    Recent contract wins
13.5.6    Recent Projects completed
13.5.7    Strategic Alliances
13.5.8    Contact
13.5.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.6       Dassault Aviation S A
13.6.1    Company profile
13.6.2    Products & Services
13.6.3    Segment Revenue
13.6.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.6.5    Recent contract wins
13.6.6    Recent Projects completed
13.6.7    Strategic Alliances
13.6.8    Contact
13.6.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.7       ELBIT Systems
13.7.1    Company profile
13.7.2    Products & Services
13.7.3    Segment Revenue
13.7.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.7.5    Recent Developments
13.7.6    Recent Projects completed
13.7.7    Strategic Alliances
13.7.8    Contact
13.7.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.8       Esterline CMC
13.8.1    Company profile
13.8.2    Products & Services
13.8.3    Segment Revenue
13.8.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.8.5    Recent contract wins
13.8.6    Recent Projects completed
13.8.7    Strategic Alliances
13.8.8    Contact
13.8.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.9       FLIR Systems Inc
13.9.1    Company profile
13.9.2    Products & Services
13.9.3    Segment Revenue
13.9.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.9.5    Recent contract wins
13.9.6    Recent Projects completed
13.9.7    Strategic Alliances
13.9.8    Contact
13.9.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.10       General Dynamics
13.10.1    Company profile
13.10.2    Products & Services
13.10.3    Segment Revenue
13.10.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.10.5    Recent contract wins
13.10.6    Recent Projects completed
13.10.7    Strategic Alliances
13.10.8    Contact
13.10.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.11       General Electric
13.11.1    Company profile
13.11.2    Products & Services
13.11.3    Segment Revenue
13.11.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.11.5    Recent Developments
13.11.6    Recent Projects completed
13.11.7    Strategic Alliances
13.11.8    Contact
13.11.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.12       Harris Corporation
13.12.1    Company profile
13.12.2    Products & Services
13.12.3    Segment Revenue
13.12.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.12.5    Recent contract wins
13.12.6    Recent Projects completed
13.12.7    Strategic Alliances
13.12.8    Contact
13.12.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.13       Honeywell
13.13.1    Company profile
13.13.2    Products & Services
13.13.3    Segment Revenue
13.13.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.13.5    Recent product updates
13.13.6    Recent Projects completed
13.13.7    Strategic Alliances
13.13.8    Contact
13.13.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.14       INDIRA SISTEMAS S A
13.14.1    Company profile
13.14.2    Products & Services
13.14.3    Segment Revenue
13.14.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.14.5    Recent contract wins
13.14.6    Recent Projects completed
13.14.7    Strategic Alliances
13.14.8    Contact
13.14.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.15       L3 Technologies Inc
13.15.1    Company profile
13.15.2    Products & Services
13.15.3    Segment Revenue
13.15.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.15.5    Recent contract wins
13.15.6    Recent Projects completed
13.15.7    Strategic Alliances
13.15.8    Contact
13.15.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.16       MOOG Inc
13.16.1    Company profile
13.16.2    Products & Services
13.16.3    Segment Revenue
13.16.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.16.5    Recent contract wins
13.16.6    Recent Projects completed
13.16.7    Strategic Alliances
13.16.8    Contact
13.16.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.17       Northrop Grumman Corp
13.17.1    Company profile
13.17.2    Products & Services
13.17.3    Segment Revenue
13.17.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.17.5    Recent contract wins
13.17.6    Recent Projects completed
13.17.7    Strategic Alliances
13.17.8    Contact
13.17.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.18       Raytheon Company
13.18.1    Company profile
13.18.2    Products & Services
13.18.3    Segment Revenue
13.18.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.18.5    Recent contract wins
13.18.6    Recent Projects completed
13.18.7    Strategic Alliances
13.18.8    Contact
13.18.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.19       Rockwell Collins
13.19.1    Company profile
13.19.2    Products & Services
13.19.3    Segment Revenue
13.19.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.19.5    Recent contract wins
13.19.6    Recent Projects completed
13.19.7    Strategic Alliances
13.19.8    Contact
13.19.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.20       SAAB AB Group
13.20.1    Company profile
13.20.2    Products & Services
13.20.3    Segment Revenue
13.20.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.20.5    Recent contract wins
13.20.6    Recent Projects completed
13.20.7    Strategic Alliances
13.20.8    Contact
13.20.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.21       SAFRAN
13.21.1    Company profile
13.21.2    Products & Services
13.21.3    Segment Revenue
13.21.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.21.5    Recent contract wins
13.21.6    Recent Projects completed
13.21.7    Strategic Alliances
13.21.8    Contact
13.21.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.22       THALES GROUP
13.22.1    Company profile
13.22.2    Products & Services
13.22.3    Segment Revenue
13.22.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.22.5    Recent contract wins
13.22.6    Recent Projects completed
13.22.7    Strategic Alliances
13.22.8    Contact
13.22.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.23       United Technologies Corp
13.23.1    Company profile
13.23.2    Products & Services
13.23.3    Segment Revenue
13.23.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.23.5    Recent contract wins
13.23.6    Recent Projects completed
13.23.7    Strategic Alliances
13.23.8    Contact
13.23.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.24       Rolls Royce
13.24.1    Company profile
13.24.2    Products & Services
13.24.3    Segment Revenue
13.24.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.24.5    Recent contract wins
13.24.6    Recent Projects completed
13.24.7    Strategic Alliances
13.24.8    Contact
13.24.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.25       Lockheed Martin
13.25.1    Company profile
13.25.2    Products & Services
13.25.3    Segment Revenue
13.25.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.25.5    Recent contract wins
13.25.6    Recent Projects completed
13.25.7    Strategic Alliances
13.25.8    Contact
13.25.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.26       Airbus
13.26.1    Company profile
13.26.2    Products & Services
13.26.3    Segment Revenue
13.26.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.26.5    Recent contract wins
13.26.6    Recent Projects completed
13.26.7    Strategic Alliances
13.26.8    Contact
13.26.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.27       Boeing
13.27.1    Company profile
13.27.2    Products & Services
13.27.3    Segment Revenue
13.27.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.27.5    Recent contract wins
13.27.6    Recent Projects completed
13.27.7    Strategic Alliances
13.27.8    Contact
13.27.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.28       Embraer
13.28.1    Company profile
13.28.2    Products & Services
13.28.3    Segment Revenue
13.28.4    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.28.5    Recent contract wins
13.28.6    Recent Projects completed
13.28.7    Strategic Alliances
13.28.8    Contact
13.28.9    SWOT ANALYSIS

13.29       United Aircraft Corporation
13.29.1    Company profile
13.29.2    Products & Services
13.29.3    Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
13.29.4    Contact
13.29.5    SWOT ANALYSIS

14     Glossary

15     About Market Forecast

15.1    General
15.2    Contact us
15.3    Disclaimer
15.4    License information
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List of Figures

Figure  1: Evolution of Avionics
Figure  2: Market Segmentation of Avionics Market based on the End Use (By Platform)
Figure  3: Software Certification Levels VS Criticality of Failure
Figure  4: Market Structure
Figure  5: Avionics Supply Chain
Figure  6: Market Segmentation of Avionics Market based on the Systems (By Components)
Figure  7: Defense spending as a share of the economy (GDP)
Figure  8: Defense as a share of total federal spending
Figure  9: Top line View of US Defense Budget
Figure  10: Causalities in Afghanistan Crisis
Figure  11: Generations of Fighter Aircraft
Figure  12: Key Drivers Military Avionics Market, 2016-2025
Figure  14: Key Challenges, Military Avionics Market, 2016-2025
Figure  15: Global Military Avionics Market, 2016-2025 [$bn]
Figure  16: Global Military Avionics Market, 2016-2025 (By Fit) [$bn]
Figure  17: Global Military Avionics Market, 2016-2025 (By Sub Systems)
Figure  18:Global Military Avionics Market, Navigation Subsystem, 2016-2025 [$bn]
Figure  19: Global Military Avionics Market, Communication Subsystem, 2016-2025 [$bn]
Figure  20: Global Military Avionics Market, Sensors Subsystem, 2016-2025 [$bn]
Figure  21: Global Military Avionics Market, Mission Systems Subsystem, 2016-2025 [$bn]
Figure  22: Global Military Avionics Market, Displays & Controls Subsystem, 2016-2025 [$bn]
Figure  23: Global Military Avionics Market, Navigation Subsystem, 2016-2025 [$bn]
Figure  24: Global Military Avionics Market, Scenario Analysis Cumulative Market 2016-2025 [$bn]
Figure  25: Global Military Avionics Market, Scenario Analysis YoY Market 2016-2025 [$bn]
Figure  26: Global Military Avionics Market, Market Share Analysis
Figure  27: Global Military Avionics Market, Regional Market Share Analysis
Figure  28: Global Military Avionics Market, Sub System Market Share Analysis
Figure  29: Global Military Avionics Market, Market Share Analysis (By Platform)
Figure  30: Global Military Avionics Market, Market Share Analysis (By Fit)
Figure  31: Global Military Avionics Market, Operational Cost Breakdown
Figure  32: Global Military Avionics Market, (Unit Level Manpower) Operational Cost Breakdown
Figure  33: Global Military Avionics Market, (Unit Operations) Operational Cost Breakdown
Figure  34: Global Military Avionics Market, (Maintenance) Operational Cost Breakdown
Figure  35: Global Military Avionics Market, (Sustaining Support) Operational Cost Breakdown
Figure  36: Global Military Avionics Market, (Continuous System Improvements) Operational Cost Breakdown
Figure  37: Global Military Avionics Market, (Indirect Support) Operational Cost Breakdown
Figure  38: Global Military Avionics Market, Region Wise Future Programs Mapping
Figure  39: Dash- 8 Q300
Figure  40: Outrider
Figure  41: AC-130J Ghostrider
Figure  42: AT-802L Longsword
Figure  43: HH-60W Combat Rescue Helicopter
Figure  44: MH-47G Chinook
Figure  45: C-130J-SOF Special Mission Aircraft
Figure  46: SkyGuardian
Figure  47: QF-16 Full Scale Aerial Target
Figure  48: T-50A
Figure  49: TAI TF-X Stealth Fighter
Figure  50: Strsljen Helicopter
Figure  51: R-350 VTOL UAV
Figure  52: Beriev ?-100 AEW&C A/C
Figure  53: C295 ISR A/C
Figure  54: T625 Multi-Role Helicopter
Figure  55: VSR700 Rotary-Wing UAV
Figure  56: ZALA 421-16E5 UAS
Figure  57: DA62 MPP Special Mission Aircraft
Figure  58: Mi-171SH-HV Military Transport Helicopter
Figure  59: Global Military Avionics Market, Similarity in aircraft programs across forces
Figure  60: Global Military Avionics Market, Cost per Hour of Flight (Selected Programs)
Figure  61: Global Military Avionics Market, UAV Platform Drivers
Figure 62: China- Shenyang J-31
Figure 63: Russia- Sukhoi T-50
Figure 64: India- HAL AMCA
Figure 65: Japan- Mitsubishi X-2 Shinshin
Figure 66: Turkey- TAI TFX
Figure  62: Global Military Avionics Market, Global R&D Spending (Aerospace & Defense Companies)
Figure  63: Global Military Avionics Market, Regional R&D Spending (US and Non-US, Aerospace & Defense Companies)
Figure  64: Global Military Avionics Market, Regional R&D Spending Percentage change (US and Non-US, Aerospace & Defense Companies)
Figure  65: Aselsan Elektronik R&D Personnel Distribution 2016
Figure  66: Aselsan Elektronik Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  67: Aselsan Elektronik Profit 2012-2016
Figure  68: Astronics Company Revenue 2016
Figure  69: Astronics Company Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  70: Astronics Company Profit 2013-2017
Figure  71: BAE Systems Company Revenue 2016
Figure  72: BAE Systems Company Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  73: BAE Systems Company Profit 2012-2016
Figure  74: Cobham Company Revenue 2016
Figure  75: Cobham Company Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  76: Cobham Company Profit 2012-2016
Figure  77: Curtiss Wright Revenue 2016
Figure  78: Curtiss Wright Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  79: Curtiss Wright Profit 2012-2016
Figure  80: Dassault Aviation Revenue Split 2016
Figure  81: Dassault Aviation Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  82: Dassault Aviation Profit 2013-2016
Figure  83: Elbit Systems Company Revenue 2016
Figure  84: Elbit Company Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  85: Elbit Company Profit 2012-2016
Figure  86: Esterline CMC Company Revenue 2017
Figure  87: Esterline CMC Company Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  88: Esterline CMC Company Profit 2013-2017
Figure  89: FLIR Systems Revenue 2016
Figure  90: FLIR Systems Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  91: FLIR Systems Profit 2012-2016
Figure  92: General Dynamics Company Revenue 2017
Figure  93: General Dynamics Company Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  94: General Dynamics Company Profit 2013-2017
Figure  95: GE Company Revenue 2017
Figure  96: GE Company Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  97: GE Company Profit 2013-2017
Figure  98: Harris Revenue 2016
Figure  99: Harris Corporation Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  100: Harris Corporation Profit 2013-2017
Figure  101: Honeywell Company Revenue 2016
Figure  102: Honeywell Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  103: Honeywell Company Profit 2013-2017
Figure  104: Indira Sistemas Company Revenue 2016
Figure  105: Indira Sistemas Company Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  106: Indira Sistemas Company Profit 2012-2016
Figure  107: L3 Technologies Inc Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  108: L3 Technologies Inc Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  109: L3 Technologies Inc Profit 2013-2017
Figure  110: MOOG Company Revenue 2017
Figure  111: MOOG Company Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  112: MOOG Company Profit 2013-2017
Figure  113: Northrop Grumman Company Revenue 2017
Figure  114: Northrop Grumman Company Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  115: Northrop Grumman Company Profit 2013-2017
Figure  116: Raytheon Company Revenue 2017
Figure  117: Raytheon Company Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  118: Raytheon Company Profit 2013-2017
Figure  119: Rockwell Collins Company Revenue 2017
Figure  120: Rockwell Collins Company Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  121: Rockwell Collins Company Profit 2013-2017
Figure  122: SAAB Company Revenue 2016
Figure  123: SAAB Company Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  124: SAAB Company Profit 2012-2016
Figure  125: SAFRAN Company Revenue 2016
Figure  126: SAFRAN Company Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  127: SAFRAN Company Profit 2012-2016
Figure  128: THALES Company Revenue 2016
Figure  129: THALES Company Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  130: THALES Company Profit 2012-2016
Figure  131: United Technologies Company Revenue 2017
Figure  132: United Technologies Company Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  133: United Technologies Company Profit 2013-2017
Figure  134: Rolls Royce Company Revenue 2016
Figure  135: Rolls Royce Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  136: Rolls Royce Profit 2012-2016
Figure  137: Lockheed Martin Revenue 2017
Figure  138: Lockheed Martin Company Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  139: Lockheed Martin Company Profit 2013-2017
Figure  140: Airbus Company Revenue 2016
Figure  141: Airbus Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  142: Airbus Profit 2013-2017
Figure  143: Boeing Company Revenue 2016
Figure  144: Boeing Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  145: Boeing Profit 2013-2017
Figure  146: Embraer Revenue 2016
Figure  147: Embraer Revenue 2012-2016
Figure  148: Embraer Profit 2012-2016
Figure  149: United Aircraft Corporation Company Revenue 2013-2017
Figure  150: United Aircraft Corporation Company Profit 2013-2017



List of Tables

Table 1: Increased lifetime of platform by mid-life upgrades per Aircraft type
Table 2: Global Military Avionics Market, 2016-2025 [$bn]
Table 3: Global Military Avionics Market, 2016-2025 (By Fit) [$bn]
Table 4: Global Military Avionics Market, 2016-2025 (By Sub Systems) [$bn]
Table 5: Global Military Avionics Market, Navigation Subsystem, 2016-2025 [$bn]
Table 6: Global Military Avionics Market, Communication Subsystem, 2016-2025 [$bn]
Table 7: Global Military Avionics Market, Sensors Subsystem, 2016-2025 [$bn]
Table 8: Global Military Avionics Market, Mission Systems Subsystem, 2016-2025 [$bn]
Table 9: Global Military Avionics Market, Display & Controls Subsystem, 2016-2025 [$bn]
Table 10: Global Military Avionics Market, Navigation Subsystem, 2016-2025 [$bn]
Table 11: Global Military Avionics Market, Navigation Subsystem, CAGR, 2016-2025
Table 12: Global Military Avionics Market, Navigation Subsystem, Revenue, 2016-2025
Table 13: Global Military Avionics Market, Market Share Analysis
Table 14: Global Military Avionics Market, Regional Market Share
Table 15: Global Military Avionics Market, Regional Market Share
Table 16: Global Military Avionics Market, By Platform
Table 17: Global Military Avionics Market, By Fit
Table 18: A400M Key Suppliers (Component Wise)
Table 19: C130 Key Suppliers (Component Wise)
Table 20: Eurofighter Key Suppliers (Component Wise)
Table 21: F/A-18 Key Suppliers (Component Wise)
Table 22: F-35 Key Suppliers (Component Wise)
Table 23: S-70A Black Hawk Key Suppliers (Component Wise)
Table 24: V22- Osprey Key Suppliers (Component Wise)
Table 25: Unit numbers per plaform
Table 26: Tanker/ Transport Aircraft Platforms Procured (US)
Table 27: Unmanned Aircraft Platforms Procured (US)
Table 28: FGA Aircraft Platforms Procured (US)
Table 29: Trainer Aircraft Platforms Procured (US)
Table 30: Rotary Platform Platforms Procured (US)
Table 31: Maritime Patrol Aircraft Platforms Procured (US)
Table 32: Fighter Aircraft Platforms Procured (US)
Table 33: Transport Aircraft Platforms Procured (China)
Table 34: FGA Aircraft Platforms Procured (China)
Table 35: Rotary Platforms Procured (China)
Table 36: Transport Aircraft Platforms Procured (Russia)
Table 37: Unmanned Aircraft Platforms Procured (Russia)
Table 38: Rotary Platforms Procured (Russia)
Table 39: Tanker/ Transport Aircraft /Special Purpose Aircraft Platforms Procured (Saudi Arabia)
Table 40: Unmanned Aircraft Platforms Procured (Saudi Arabia)
Table 41: FGA Aircraft Platforms Procured (Saudi Arabia)
Table 42: Rotary Platforms Procured (Saudi Arabia)
Table 43: Tanker/ Transport Aircraft/ Special Purpose Aircraft Platforms Procured (India)
Table 44: Unmanned Aircraft Platforms Procured (India)
Table 45: FGA Aircraft Platforms Procured (India)
Table 46: Trainer Aircraft Platforms Procured (India)
Table 47: Rotary Platforms Procured (India)
Table 48: Maritime Aircraft Platforms Procured (India)
Table 49: Tanker/ Transport Aircraft Platforms Procured (France)
Table 50: Unmanned Aircraft Platforms Procured (France)
Table 51: Tanker/ Transport Aircraft Platforms Procured (United Kingdom)
Table 52: Unmanned Aircraft Platforms Procured (United Kingdom)
Table 53: FGA Aircraft Platforms Procured (United Kingdom)
Table 54: Trainer Aircraft Platforms Procured (United Kingdom)
Table 55: Rotary Platforms Procured (United Kingdom)
Table 56: Maritime Aircraft Platforms Procured (United Kingdom)
Table 57: Tanker/ Transport Aircraft Platforms Procured (Japan)
Table 58: Unmanned Platforms Procured (Japan)
Table 59: FGA Aircraft Platforms Procured (Japan)
Table 60: Rotary Aircraft Platforms Procured (Japan)
Table 61: Unmanned Platforms Procured (Germany)
Table 62: Unmanned Aircraft Platforms Procured (Germany)
Table 63: Tanker/ Transport Aircraft / Special Purpose Aircraft Platforms Procured (South Korea)
Table 64: Unmanned Platforms Procured (South Korea)
Table 65: FGA Aircraft Platforms Procured (South Korea)
Table 66: Rotary Platforms Procured (South Korea)
Table 67: Global Military Avionics Market, Global R&D Spending (2013-2016)
Table 68: Global Military Avionics Market, Regional R&D Spending (US and Non-US, Aerospace & Defense Companies)
Table 69: Global Military Avionics Market, Regional R&D Spending, YoY (US and Non-US, Aerospace & Defense Companies)
Table 70: Aselsan Elektronik Financial Information 2012-2016 (US$ millions)
Table 71:SWOT Analysis, Aselsan Elektronik
Table 72: Astronics Company Financial Information 2012-2016 (US$ millions)
Table 73: SWOT, Astronics Corporation
Table 74: BAE Company Financial Information 2012-2016 (US$ millions)
Table 75: SWOT, BAE Systems
Table 76: Cobham Company Financial Information 2012-2016 (US$ millions)
Table 77: SWOT, Cobham PLC
Table 78: Curtiss Wright Systems Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 79: SWOT, Curtiss Wright
Table 80: Dassault Aviation Financial Information 2012-2016 (US$ millions)
Table 81: SWOT, Dassault Aviation
Table 82: Elbit Company Financial Information 2012-2016 (US$ millions)
Table 83: SWOT, Elbit Systems
Table 84: Esterline CMC Company Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 85: SWOT, Esterline Technologies
Table 86: FLIR Systems Financial Information 2012-2016 (US$ millions)
Table 87: SWOT, FLIR Systems
Table 88: General Dynamics Company Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 89: SWOT, General Dynamics
Table 90:GE Company Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 91: SWOT, General Electric
Table 92: Harris Corporation Systems Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 93: SWOT, Harris Corporation
Table 94: Honeywell Company Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 95: SWOT, Honeywell International Inc.
Table 96: Indira Sistemas Financial Information 2012-2016 (US$ millions)
Table 97: SWOT, Indra Sistemas S.A.
Table 98: L3 Technologies Inc Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 99: SWOT, L3 Technologies
Table 100: MOOG Company Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 101: SWOT, Moog Inc.
Table 102: Northrop Grumman Company Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 103: SWOT Northrop Grumman
Table 104: Raytheon Company Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 105: SWOT Raytheon Company
Table 106: Rockwell Collins Company Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 107: SWOT Rockwell Collins
Table 108: SAAB Company Financial Information 2012-2016 (US$ millions)
Table 109: SWOT SAAB
Table 110: SAFRAN Company Financial Information 2012-2016 (US$ millions)
Table 111: SWOT SAFRAN
Table 112: THALES Company Financial Information 2012-2016 (US$ millions)
Table 113: SWOT THALES GROUP
Table 114: United Technologies Company Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 115: SWOT United Technologies
Table 116: Rolls Royce Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 117: SWOT Rolls Royce
Table 118: Lockheed Martin Company Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 119: SWOT Lockheed Martin
Table 120: Airbus Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 121: SWOT Airbus
Table 122: Boeing Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 123: SWOT Boeing Co.
Table 124: Embraer Financial Information 2012-2016 (US$ millions)
Table 125: SWOT Embraer
Table 126: United Aircraft Corporation Company Financial Information 2013-2017 (US$ millions)
Table 127: SWOT United Aircraft Corporation
 
Aselsan Elektronik Sanayi ve Ticaret A.S.
Astronics Corporation
BAE SYSTEMS
COBHAM Plc
Curtiss Wright
Dassault Aviation S A
ELBIT Systems
Esterline CMC
FLIR Systems Inc
General Dynamics
General Electric
Harris Corporation
Honeywell
INDIRA SISTEMAS S A
L3 Technologies Inc
MOOG Inc
Northrop Grumman Corp
Raytheon Company
Rockwell Collins
SAAB AB Group
SAFRAN
THALES GROUP
United Technologies Corp
Rolls Royce
Lockheed Martin
Airbus
Boeing
Embraer
United Aircraft Corporation
Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation
Bombardier
General Atomics
Turkish Aerospace Industries
EDePro
JSC Russian Helicopters
Ilyushin Aviation Complex
Zala Aero Group
UMS Skeldar
 
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