Soldier modernization encompasses equipment from a range of different market segments with diverse applications in the field
LONDON, May 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Considering the growing concerns over armed conflict between peer-level adversaries in an increasingly networked and unconventional battlespace, militaries worldwide are increasingly focusing on enhancing the operational efficiency of the individual soldier. Due to the proliferation of previously niche technological capabilities such as commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) drones and night vision goggles (NVGs), combat zones and the diminishing technological gap between major geopolitical adversaries, commanders at both the tactical and strategic levels have placed greater emphasis on enhancing the capabilities of the individual soldier within the context of multi-domain operations (MDO). Key players in the soldier modernization market possess a range of different technical specializations, including firearms, clothing & PPE, ISR systems, C4I systems, and power management solutions, among others.
The Soldier Modernization – Thematic Research Report offered by GlobalData Plc provides an overview of the soldier modernization market, outlines advances in technology and key programs, and provides insight into current procurement and research trends.
Soldier Modernization Value Chain
Clothing & Personal Protective Equipment
Firearms & Weapons Systems
Energy Supply & Management Systems
One of the primary value chains in the field of soldier modernization revolves around the provision of clothing and personal protective equipment that is designed to enhance survivability and agility. In recent years, certain products and technologies have contributed to situational awareness and sustainability as well. Soldier survivability is heavily dependent on signature management, protection from physical injuries, and protection from environmental factors during military operations. Signature management is achieved through a combination of visible light and IR spectrum camouflage, allowing soldiers to prevent their silhouettes and body heat from being detected by hostile forces or thermal imaging systems.
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Technology Trends Impacting the Soldier Modernization Theme
Artificial intelligence (AI)
Wearable devices & augmented reality (AR)
Internet of Things
Collateral damage reduction
Macroeconomic Trends Impacting the Soldier Modernization Theme
Common procurement and R&D cost-sharing
Regulatory Trends Impacting the Soldier Modernization Theme
Defense industry consolidation
Defense organizations coordination
Dual-use technology and materials
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Leading Companies Associated with the Soldier Modernization Theme
FLIR Systems (Teledyne FLIR)
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Soldier Modernization Market Overview
Key Value Chains
Clothing & Personal Protective Equipment, Firearms & Weapons Systems, C4I Systems, Soldier ISR, Unmanned Systems, and Energy Supply & Management Systems
Key Technology Trends
Modularity, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Wearable devices & Augmented Reality (AR), Unmanned Systems, Internet of Things, and Collateral Damage Reduction
Key Macroeconomic Trends
Defense Budgets, COVID-19, Common Procurement and R&D Cost-Sharing, and Interoperability
Key Regulatory Trends
Common Standards, Defense Industry Consolidation, Defense Organizations Coordination, and Dual-use Technology & Materials
AeroVironment, Aimpoint, Avon Protection, BAE Systems, Barrett, Beretta, Bren-Tronics, Colt, Crye Precision, Elbit Systems, FLIR Systems (Teledyne FLIR), and FN Herstal
Soldier Modernization Market Report Scope
The key defense challenges that force and defense sector suppliers face are covered.
The investment opportunities for armed forces, suppliers, and institutional investors, across the whole soldier modernization value chain are covered.
Highlights from the range of different soldier modernization programs currently being undertaken by various military forces.
Reasons to Buy
Determine potential investment companies based on trend analysis and market projections.
Gaining an understanding of the market challenges and opportunities surrounding the soldier modernization theme.
Understanding how spending on soldier modernization will fit into the overall market and which spending areas are being prioritized.
What are the key value chains in the soldier modernization market?
The key value chains in the soldier modernization market are clothing & personal protective equipment, firearms & weapons systems, C4I systems, soldier ISR, unmanned systems, and energy supply & management systems.
What are the key technology trends impacting the soldier modernization theme?
The key technology trends impacting the soldier modernization theme are modularity, artificial intelligence (AI), wearable devices & augmented reality (AR), unmanned systems, internet of things, and collateral damage reduction.
What are the key macroeconomic trends impacting the soldier modernization theme?
The key macroeconomic trends impacting the soldier modernization theme are defense budgets, covid-19, common procurement and R&D cost-sharing, and interoperability.
What are the key regulatory trends impacting the soldier modernization theme?
The key regulatory trends impacting the soldier modernization theme are common standards, defense industry consolidation, defense organizations coordination, and dual-use technology & materials.
Which are the key companies associated with the soldier modernization theme?
The key companies associated with the soldier modernization theme are AeroVironment, Aimpoint, Avon Protection, BAE Systems, Barrett, Beretta, Bren-Tronics, Colt, Crye Precision, Elbit Systems, FLIR Systems (Teledyne FLIR), and FN Herstal.
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