North America - Smart Weapons Markets and Technologies Outlook 2013-2020

The “War on Terror” and the twin “asymmetric” conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan have driven the U.S. to fundamentally rethink its approach to the needs and applications of smart weapons.

The U.S. government is the major customer of the smart weapons industry, and therefore, an understanding of the impact of U.S. budget woes on upcoming spending budgets is crucial to understanding future trends in the U.S. and global smart weapons markets.

Add to this complex equation the growth of Chinese and Indian military power, the changes in conflict profiles, and the future evolution of the smart weapons industry becomes a puzzle requiring robust analysis, and “out of the box” thinking to solve and exploit successfully.

In addition to specific business opportunities, this new report explores and analyzes the following sectors, across three different possible scenarios, designed to cover multiple eventualities in these uncertain times:
  • Air-to-Ground Missiles
  • Surface-to-Air Missile, Smart Bombs
  • Sensor Fused Weapons
  • Stand-off Missiles
  • Direct Energy Weapons
  • Precision Artillery Munitions
  • Smart Bullets
  • Electro-Magnetic Pulse Weapons

 
1. Introduction
1.1. Scope of This Report
1.2. Methodology
1.3. Basic Scenario Assumptions
1.3.1. Scenario I – Persistent Conflict
1.3.2. Scenario II – New Regional Conflict
1.3.3. Scenario III – Low Intensity Conflict Between India and Pakistan
1.3.4. Long Term Scenarios
1.4. Who Will Benefit from this Forecast?
1.4.1. Business Leaders & Business Developers
1.4.2. Smart Weapons Manufacturers
1.4.3. Civil Government Leaders & Planners
1.5. MiG’s Added Value
1.6. About the Lead Analyst
1.6.1. Value of Knowing the Lead Analyst
1.7. Language Disclaimer and Further Information

2. Executive Summary
2.1. Smart Weapons – Trends and Insights
2.2. Major Conclusions
2.2.1. Commercial Smart Weapons Profit Centers
2.2.2. Non Traditional Threats to U.S. Security
2.2.3. Deficit Reduction in the US
2.2.4. Changes in the Procurement Pattern of the U.S. Military
2.2.5. Growth in India and China
2.2.5.1. India
2.2.5.2. China
2.2.6. Mergers and Acquisitions Activity
2.2.7. Ending of the combat missions in Iraq and Afghanistan
2.2.8. Aging Military Equipment
2.3. Important Tables and Graphs
2.4. The Long View – Beyond this Report’s Forecasting Period

3. North America – Current Smart Weapons Markets
3.1. United States
3.1.1. Research Shift in Federal Funding
3.1.2. Mission Directed R&D
3.2. Canada

4. Current Technologies
4.1. What are Smart Weapons?
4.1.1. Why Smart Weapons?
4.1.2. Smart Weapon Types
4.1.2.1. Air-to-Ground Missiles
4.1.2.2. Surface-to-Air Missile
4.1.2.3. Smart Bombs
4.1.2.4. Sensor Fused Weapons
4.1.2.5. Stand-off Missiles
4.1.2.6. Direct Energy Weapons
4.1.2.7. Precision Artillery Munitions
4.1.2.8. Smart Bullets
4.1.2.9. Electro-Magnetic Pulse Weapons
4.1.2.10. Smart Weapons That Don’t Kill

5. Drivers
5.1. Multiple-Use Systems
5.2. Unique Capabilities
5.3. Reduced Capability Costs
5.4. Cost Effectiveness
5.5. Cost of Engagement

6. Inhibitors
6.1. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)
6.2. Missile Technology Control Regime ( MTCR)
7. North America – Smart Weapons Market Forecast – 2013-2020

7.1. Introduction
7.2. Scenario I – North America Smart Weapons Market Forecast by Technology – 2013-2020
7.2.1. Scenario I – North America Smart Weapons (other than Surface-to-Air missiles) Market Forecast by Technology – 2013-2020
7.3. Scenario II – North America Smart Weapons Market Forecast by Technology – 2013-2020
7.3.1. Scenario II – North America Smart Weapons (other than Surface-to-Air missiles) Market Forecast by Technology – 2013-2020
7.4. Scenario III – North America Smart Weapons Market Forecast by Technology – 2013-2020
7.4.1. Scenario III – North America Smart Weapons (other than Surface-to-Air missiles) Market Forecast by Technology – 2013-2020

8. North America – Scenarios I, II, and III Market Forecasts Comparison – 2013-2020
8.1. Introduction
8.2. Consolidated Scenario I, II and III North American Market Forecasts Comparison – 2013-2020
8.3. Surface-to-Air Missiles – Scenario I, II and III North American Market Forecasts Comparison – 2013-2020
8.4. Air-to-Ground Missiles – Scenario I, II and III North American Market Forecasts Comparison – 2013-2020
8.5. Guided Bombs – Scenario I, II and III North American Market Forecasts Comparison – 2013-2020
8.6. Direct Energy Weapons – Scenario I, II and III North American Market Forecasts Comparison – 2013-2020
8.7. Sensor Fused Weapons – Scenario I, II and III North American Market Forecasts Comparison – 2013-2020
8.8. Precision Artillery Munitions – Scenario I, II and III North American Market Forecasts Comparison – 2013-2020
8.9. Electro-Magnetic Pulse Weapons – Scenario I, II and III North American Market Forecasts Comparison – 2013-2020
8.10. Smart Bullets – Scenario I, II and III North American Market Forecasts Comparison – 2013-2020

9. Business Opportunities
9.1. Introduction
9.2. Next Lucrative Market for Smart Weapons
9.3. How to Sell Smart Weapons
9.3.1. Defense Companies in the USA Have Many Ways of Adapting
9.3.2. Corporate Communications Has a Role to Play
9.3.3. Slowdown in Spending But No “Procurement Holiday“

10. Glossary
List of Tables

Table 1 – Projected Indian Defense Spending by Division by [$Billion] – 2012-2017
Table 2 – Projected Chinese Defense Spending by Division by [$Billion] – 2012-2017
Table 3 – North America – Scenario I Surface-to-Air Missiles Fraction of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [$Billion] – 2013-2020
Table 4 – North America – Scenario I Smart Weapons Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Table 5 – North America – Scenario II Surface-to-Air Missiles Fraction of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [$Billion] – 2013-2020
Table 6 – North America – Scenario II Smart Weapons Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Table 7 – Limits on Discretionary Budget Authority for Fiscal Year 2012 (Millions of Dollars)
Table 8 – Key Weapons Development Areas by 2012
Table 9 – Cost per round for Excalibur, Guided MLRS & Precision Guided Mortar Programs
Table 10 – System Capabilities by Type of Unit
Table 11 – North America – Scenario I Surface-to-Air Missiles Fraction of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [$Billion] – 2013-2020
Table 12 – North America – Scenario I Surface-to-Air Missiles Share of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [%] – 2013-2020
Table 13 – North America – Scenario I Smart Weapons Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Table 14 – North America – Scenario I Smart Weapons Market Forecast Share by Technology by [%] – 2013-2020
Table 15 – North America – Scenario II Surface-to-Air Missiles Fraction of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [$Billion] – 2013-2020
Table 16 – North America – Scenario II Surface-to-Air Missiles Share of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [%] – 2013-2020
Table 17 – North America – Scenario II Smart Weapons Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Table 18 – North America – Scenario II Smart Weapons Market Forecast Share by Technology by [%] – 2013-2020
Table 19 – North America – Scenario III Surface-to-Air Missiles Fraction of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [$Billion] – 2013-2020
Table 20 – North America – Scenario III Surface-to-Air Missiles Share of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [%] – 2013-2020
Table 21 – North America – Scenario III Smart Weapons Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Table 22 – North America – Scenario III Smart Weapons Market Forecast Share by Technology by [%] – 2013-2020
Table 23 – North America – Consolidated Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Table 24 – North America – Surface-to-Air Missiles Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Table 25 – North America – Air-to-Ground Missiles Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Table 26 – North America – Guided Bombs Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Table 27 – North America – Direct Energy Weapons Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Table 28 – North America – Sensor Fused Weapons Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Table 29 – North America – Precision Artillery Munitions Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Table 30 – North America – Electro-Magnetic Pulse Weapons Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Table 31 – North America – Smart Bullets Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020

List of Figures

Figure 1 – Projected Indian Defense Spending by Division by [$Billion] – 2012-2017
Figure 2 – Projected Chinese Defense Spending by Division by [$Billion] – 2012-2017
Figure 3 – North America – Scenario I Surface-to-Air Missiles Fraction of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [$Billion] – 2013-2020
Figure 4 – North America – Scenario I Smart Weapons Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 5 – North America – Scenario II Surface-to-Air Missiles Fraction of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [$Billion] – 2013-2020
Figure 6 – North America – Scenario II Smart Weapons Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 7 – Air-to-Air Missile Design
Figure 8 – Guided Missiles Aerodynamics and Flight Principles
Figure 9 – Smart Bomb Structure
Figure 10 – Sensor Fused Munitions
Figure 11 – Precision Artillery Munitions
Figure 12 – Self-Guided Bullet
Figure 13 – High Energy Weapon Laser penetration through the atmosphere
Figure 14 – 120mm-Guided Mortar
Figure 15 – North America – Scenario I Surface-to-Air Missiles Fraction of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [$Billion] – 2013-2020
Figure 16 – North America – Scenario I Surface-to-Air Missiles Share of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [%] – 2013, 2017 and 2020
Figure 17 – North America – Scenario I Smart Weapons Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 18 – North America – Air-to-Ground Missiles – Scenario I Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 19 – North America – Guided Bombs – Scenario I Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 20 – North America – Direct Energy Weapons – Scenario I Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 21 – North America – Sensor Fused Weapons – Scenario I Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 22 – North America – Precision Artillery Munitions – Scenario I Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 23 – North America – Electro-Magnetic Pulse Weapons – Scenario I Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 24 – North America – Smart Bullets – Scenario I Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 25 – North America – Scenario I Smart Weapons Market Forecast Share by Technology by [%] – 2013, 2017 and 2020
Figure 26 – North America – Scenario II Surface-to-Air Missiles Fraction of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [$Billion] – 2013-2020
Figure 27 – North America – Scenario II Surface-to-Air Missiles Share of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [%] – 2013, 2017 and 2020
Figure 28 – North America – Scenario II Smart Weapons Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 29 – North America – Air-to-Ground Missiles – Scenario II Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 30 – North America – Guided Bombs – Scenario II Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 31 – North America – Direct Energy Weapons – Scenario II Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 32 – North America – Sensor Fused Weapons – Scenario II Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 33 – North America – Precision Artillery Munitions – Scenario II Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 34 – North America – Electro-Magnetic Pulse Weapons – Scenario II Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 35 – North America – Smart Bullets – Scenario II Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 36 – North America – Scenario II Smart Weapons Market Forecast Share by Technology by [%] – 2013, 2017 and 2020
Figure 37 – North America – Scenario III Surface-to-Air Missiles Fraction of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [$Billion] – 2013-2020
Figure 38 – North America – Scenario III Surface-to-Air Missiles Share of Smart Weapons Technologies – Market Forecast by [%] – 2013, 2017 and 2020
Figure 39 – North America – Scenario III Smart Weapons Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 40 – North America – Air-to-Ground Missiles – Scenario III Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 41 – North America – Guided Bombs – Scenario III Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 42 – North America – Direct Energy Weapons – Scenario III Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 43 – North America – Sensor Fused Weapons – Scenario III Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 44 – North America – Precision Artillery Munitions – Scenario III Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 45 – North America – Electro-Magnetic Pulse Weapons – Scenario III Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 46 – North America – Smart Bullets – Scenario III Market Forecast by Technology by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 47 – North America – Scenario III Smart Weapons Market Forecast Share by Technology by [%] – 2013, 2017 and 2020
Figure 48 – North America – Consolidated Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 49 – North America – Surface-to-Air Missiles Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 50 – North America – Air-to-Ground Missiles Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 51 – North America – Guided Bombs Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 52 – North America – Direct Energy Weapons Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 53 – North America – Sensor Fused Weapons Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 54 – North America – Precision Artillery Munitions Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 55 – North America – Electro-Magnetic Pulse Weapons Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
Figure 56 – North America – Smart Bullets Scenario I, II and III Market Forecasts Comparison by [$Millions] – 2013-2020
 
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