12 September 2016
Visiongain’s 466 page Electronic Warfare (EW) Market Report 2016-2026: Forecasts & Analysis of Top Companies in Electronic Attack (EA), Electronic Protection (EP) & Electronic Support (ES) report indicates that the Electronic Warfare market is set to be worth $10.31bn in 2016 as nations seek to enhance their capabilities as the probability for symmetric warfare increases.
Freddie Neve, visiongain’s defence industry analyst and the author of the Electronic Warfare (EW) Market Report 2016-2026 commented that:
“Electronic Warfare will continue to be a central component of various nations’ military doctrines and strategies between 2016 and 2026, particularly the doctrines of those nations who are already advanced military powers, who possess large defence budgets, and those with competitive geopolitical rivals. Furthermore, innovative technologies are currently in development, which if realised would enable the electronic warfare market to grow steadily over the next decade.”
The 466 page report contains 416 tables, charts and graphs that utilise visual representation in order to clarify trends and market projections within the Electronic Warfare market. visiongain provides a range of forecasts for the period 2016-2026, as well as for three submarket sectors: Electronic Attack, Electronic Protection and Electronic Support. The three submarket forecasts are revealed at the global level and also for each of the 11 leading national markets as well as the ‘Rest of the World. Extensive tables are also provided for 343 electronic warfare contracts, projects and programmes.
In addition, these 11 leading national markets are analysed by visiongain over the period 2016-2026. The report also provides profiles and market share analysis of 12 leading companies operating within the market. The report also includes three exclusive expert interviews with the University of Lincoln, Textron Systems, and Cranfield University.
The Electronic Warfare (EW) Market Report 2016-2026: Forecasts & Analysis of Top Companies in Electronic Attack (EA), Electronic Protection (EP) & Electronic Support (ES) will be of impressive value to current, and future investors within the Electronic Warfare industry, as well as to companies and research centres who wish to broaden their knowledge of the Electronic Warfare market.
For further information concerning visiongain’s Electronic Warfare (EW) Market Report 2016-2026: Forecasts & Analysis of Top Companies in Electronic Attack (EA), Electronic Protection (EP) & Electronic Support (ES) please visit http://www.visiongain.com/Sector/9/Defence
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