Global Military Connector Market Analyzed in New Comprehensive Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
19 Dec 2011 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – During the last five years, governments worldwide have continuously spent on average 2.7% of their global GDP on military expenditure. With the reduced global expenses on new platforms in North America and Europe, as troops continue to withdraw from Afghanistan and Iraq, there will be more spending on upgrades and retrofit programs. Sales in North America, Europe, and Japan will be modest, while those in China will substantially increase. The Asia-Pacific and ROW is also anticipated to have above average growth.
Three areas of growth, beyond the traditional circular and printed circuit board (PCB) connectors, will be seen in the application specific, heavy duty, and the radio frequency (RF) coax family. The increase in sales in these families will be attributed to an increase in portable power requirements and the continued advancement of network centric operations/warfare, where every vehicle, ship, plane, weapon, and soldier becomes a node on huge strategic information network.
New market research report “World Military Market for Connectors” drawn up by Bishop & Associates features in-depth analysis of all aspects of the world military connector market. It identifies current major military programs and future applications with high potential for growth, and provides a breakdown of the market value for connectors by region, by type, and wherever possible, by application. Moreover, connector sales and forecasts for the years 2009, 2010, and 2015 can also be found in the study.
Market segments covered in the report include: military avionics, missile systems, space systems, land forces, C4I systems, naval vessels, unmanned vehicles.
Title: World Military Market for Connectors
Published: January, 2012
Price: US$ 3,950
CHAPTER 1 - OBJECTIVES, SCOPE AND METHODOLOGY
Objectives and Scope
Military Market Segments
CHAPTER 2 - MILITARY MARKET OVERVIEW
Military Market Overview
Defense Spending – Top 15 Countries in 2010
Defense Spending – Top 15 Countries in 2010 (by Percentage Share)
Top 10 Arms Producing Companies
World Nuclear Forces
Regional Military Market Activity
More new reports by the publisher can be found at Bishop & Associates page.
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