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Report Examines Market For Training and Simulation


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Research And Markets
: 05 July, 2010  (New Product)
The US Military Training and Simulation market is explored in the latest Frost and Sullivan report available from Research and Markets
Research and Markets has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report 'US Military Training and Simulation Market' to their offering.
The US military training and simulation market continues to grow in importance and in the use of current commercial technology. Spending on training for the Dept. of Defense (DoD) continues with slow but stable growth.

The DoD has consistently sought out less expensive, but more effective training, in all segments of the training market: Virtual, Live, Constructive/C4ISR and Education. As aircraft technology has increased, the technology for simulators and training devices to support those airframes has also increased. Complex missions have also increased the need for high-fidelity mission rehearsal devices, allowing aircrews to see, hear, and act as they would in a real mission.

The increased use of improvised explosive devices in the current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, has driven the need for specialized ground crew simulations to train on recognition, detection, avoidance and execution of missions against the threat.

The military's use of live training has had to adapt as well. With decreasing training budgets (percentage wise as compared to support for combat operations), live training has undergone scrutiny to ensure the most bang for the buck. Redesign of ranges and procurement of updated ranges has increased. The military education segment continues to remain fairly stable owing to the need for highly trained personnel.

This research will look the overall DoD spending for training, each of the military service departments overall expenditures for training as well as what kind of training the services are supporting. This study will also look at the top companies providing products and services in each type of training: Virtual, Live, Constructive/C4ISR and Military Education.

This research services is an assessment of the fiscal year 2009 spending for the United States Department of Defense (DoD) on products and services related to training and simulation. The research service identifies the major market dynamics that are currently influencing growth (drivers and restraints), as well as trends and threats that are impacting the industry. The research service provides a competitive overview and details for the key industry participants. In addition, the research service contains spending forecasts, competitive information for each segment of the market. The period for the study is 2009 to 2015, with 2009 as the base year. Companies will be able to use this information to highlight opportunities within DoD.
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