LONDON. The worldwide market for unmanned surface vehicles (USVs), currently worth $2.1 billion (in 2021), is projected to be worth $3.1 billion by 2031, according to a new market study by GlobalData, "Thematic Research -- Defense: Unmanned Surface Vehicles."
Military-simulator systems market will be driven by spending in emerging economies, study says - NewsMarch 01, 2021
LONDON. Market demand for military-simulator systems is anticipated to be driven by high levels of expenditure by emerging economies in the Asia-Pacific region, including India and China, according to a new study by GlobalData, "The Global Military Simulator Systems Market to 2030."
LONDON. Existing hypersonics programs in the U.S. are increasing in maturity and are likely to make major moves toward the production stage in 2021, according to a new report from GlobalData, "Hypersonic Technology in Aerospace and Defense."
General Atomics bolsters space, avionics, CubeSat business with Tiger Innovations acquisition - NewsFebruary 02, 2021
SAN DIEGO. General Atomics announced the acquisition of Tiger Innovations (Herndon, Virginia), a company focused mainly on satellite systems plus related hardware and software.
LONDON. The best way for countries to secure their military and civilian cyber capabilities is through cooperation with other states: This is one of the findings of a recent market study from GlobalData, "Cybersecurity in Defense -- Thematic Research."
Military simulators' focus on training and safety to propel market by 55% by 2030, study says - NewsDecember 10, 2020
LONDON. The global military-simulator systems market is anticipated to grow by 55% in 2030, as compared to the current year’s market value, according to a new study from GlobalData, "The Global Military Simulator Systems Market 2020-2030."
LONDON. The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) will transform force structures and change the defense market by expanding the use of UGVs in scenarios outside their most common ones -- including ordnance disposal and demining -- but will retain their main goal: to remove soldiers from harm’s way, according to a new study from GlobalData, "Unmanned Ground Vehicles (Defense) -- Thematic Research."