2014

The Global Military Radar Market 2013-2023

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The Global Military Radar Market 2013–2023

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Synopsis

This report is the result of SDI's extensive market and company research covering the global military radar industry. It provides detailed analysis of both historic and forecast global industry values, factors influencing demand, the challenges faced by industry participants, analysis of the leading companies in the industry, and key news.

Summary

Why was the report written?"The Global Military Radar Market 2013–2023" offers the reader detailed analysis of the global military radar market over the next ten years, alongside potential market opportunities to enter the industry, using detailed market size forecasts.

What are the key drivers behind recent market changes?

The global defense industry is investing significantly in research and development (R&D) to increase the capabilities of modern military aircraft, naval vessels and missile defense systems which has led to the development of new and ground-breaking radar system technologies, which can enhance the detection capabilities, surveillance duration and resolution, incoming projectile defense capabilities, base and area protection capabilities and early warning system capabilities of the various types of military aircraft, naval vessels and ground-based forward forces. Current innovations are oriented towards integrating various band capabilities of different radars into a single module and developing multi-platform radars, based on modularity, without compromising on advanced technological features. The US is developing dual band radar that merges the X band SPY-3 radar with the S band volume search radar (VSR) system, and has also completed work on the new LONGBOW Block III Fire Control Radar incorporating improvements such as reduced size, weight, and maintenance and power requirements.

What makes this report unique and essential to read?

"The Global Military Radar Market 2013–2023" provides detailed analysis of the current industry size and growth expectations from 2013 to 2023, including highlights of key growth stimulators. It also benchmarks the industry against key global markets and provides detailed understanding of emerging opportunities in specific areas.

Scope

The report provides detailed analysis of the market for military radar during 2013–2023, including the factors that influence why countries are investing or cutting expenditure on military radars. It provides detailed expectations of growth rates and projected total expenditure.

A significant number of countries are investing in the development of their domestic military radar producing capabilities by establishing strategic alliances and technology transfer agreements with established global manufacturers. In addition to improving the indigenous capabilities of a domestic firm, this provides the foreign company with an opportunity to cater to a new market. Partnerships between countries that possess an advance defense industrial base, such as Canada and India, aid the mutual sharing of advanced technology. The military electronics sector is currently witnessing a phase of consolidation. This is reminiscent of the post-cold war era when companies such as BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon rose to dominance through mergers and acquisitions. As defense spending has leveled off in recent years, companies operating in all areas of defense are looking to diversify their offerings in order to compete for the various contracts on offer and add more revenue streams to their existing lines of business. Also, heads of the major companies also feel that the military radars sector currently has too many companies operating during a period of declining demand, and consolidation may be the only way to preserve their skills and facilities.

Reasons to buy Most of the weight and space requirement for military radars comes from its need for power and cooling. Power storage, power conversion, and cooling require weight and space, all of which are usually in short supply on a warship. Powerful and technologically advanced radars need more power to drive them and will not be suitable for the older ships with 7.5 MW capacities, such as DDG-51 Flight I/II/IIAs. In the case of aircraft retrofits, performance and accuracy of radar systems must be improved within existing system design limits. Even if ample space exists, the additional equipment and antennas must be installed to avoid undue effects on the ship's balance and center of gravity, and its sea keeping abilities. Managing and reducing size, weight, and power (SWaP) in military radars is essential for improving operational efficiency, as controlling these factors increases the mission life of the radar systems and reduces the total cost of system ownership. However, accomplishing these tasks is a challenge for the military radar industry given the varying set of constraints presented by every individual platform. System upgrades are also driving added functionality and increased performance, placing additional attention on SWaP. As a consequence, enabling radars with smaller footprints, lighter weight, and smaller batteries is a key challenge for the military radar industry.

Wind turbines, whose spinning blades are about the same size as a passenger jet wing, can disrupt radar systems and one of the problems with wind farms is the effect of their turbine blades on air traffic control and defense radars. Wind turbine blades have extremely large radar signatures, especially when grouped in a farm. Wind turbines, with tip speeds of 6-7 times the wind speed, can create clutter interference and possibly significant Doppler interference with the very sensitive radars. Aircraft targets can be temporarily lost, failed to be located, shadowed by the radar signature of the turbine farm, or misidentified, and the wind turbines may also lead to false detection of aircraft.

Key Highlights

The AESA radar system, developed by Northrop Grumman, is quickly gaining popularity for the next generation defense platforms. Continued evolution of this technology on next generation fast jet platforms, retrofitting of these capabilities on existing fast jet platforms and the extension of AESA capabilities on to land, naval and other airborne platforms is a recent market trend in the military radar market and offers significant gains in reliability. By focusing power in specific directions, the pilot can gain a better detection range, enabling first shoot/first kill by missiles fired in Beyond Visual Range (BVR) mode. The longer standoff range also allows more time for persistent target observation, information sharing, tactical analysis and commander assessment before making critical decisions. Therefore, AESA radars can sustain certain degree of failure without grounding the aircraft or disabling the entire radar system.

The development of anti-stealth technology and weapons systems has become an important and urgent task. To counter aerial stealth proliferation, countries are expected to concentrate on development of passive radars, which can detect, track, and target piloted and unpiloted stealth systems and provide cuing for anti-air weapons by integrating a system of netted receivers. Additionally, a passive radar system detects targets continuously, often multiple times per second and emits no radio energy so can be well disguised in both urban and rural landscapes. It cannot be detected when in operation, since it has no active transmitter as an element of the system. Passive radar can detect targets over a wide area, whose radius is often measured in hundreds, or thousands, of kilometers and is relatively inexpensive as it requires only a receiver, an accurate time source and adequate signal processing capability. The only set back in the development of sophisticated passive radar systems is having enough computational power to be able to process very large volumes of data.

1 Introduction

1.1 What is this Report About?

1.2 Definitions

1.3 Summary Methodology

1.4 About Strategic Defence Intelligence

2 Executive Summary

3 Global Military radar Market Size and Drivers

3.1 Military radar Market Size and Forecast 2013–2023

3.1.1 Global military radar market to increase during the forecast period

3.2 Global Military Radar Market – Regional Analysis

3.2.1 North America dominates the global military radar market

3.2.2 Demand for airborne and ground-based radars in the US to support the global military radar market

3.2.3 Asia set to be a lucrative market for military radars

3.2.4 European Defense budget cuts reflected in the decline of the military radars market

3.2.5 Markets in the Middle East forecast to witness robust spending on military radars

3.2.6 Brazil expected to be the highest spender in the military radar sector in the Latin American region

3.2.7 African Markets expected to increase during the forecast period

3.3 Military Radar Sub-Sector Market Size Composition

3.3.1 Airborne radar to record strong CAGR growth

3.3.2 Airborne radar market size expected to increase during the forecast period

3.3.3 Ground-based radar system to account for the second largest market over the forecast period

3.3.4 Market for Naval radars expected to record an increase and reach US$2 billion by 2023

3.3.5 Market for Space-Based radars to register a CAGR of 1.16% over the forecast period

3.4 Demand Drivers and Growth Stimulators

3.4.1 Development of active electronically scanned array (AESA) technology

3.4.2 Increasing use of radars on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)

3.4.3 Modernization of air defense networks

3.4.4 Border and coastal surveillance programs in Latin American region

3.5 Defense Budget Spending Review

3.5.1 European capital expenditure expected to increase during the forecast period

3.5.2 Asian defense budgets expected to increase at a robust pace

3.5.3 North American defense expenditure projected to increase marginally during the forecast period

3.5.4 Modernization programs likely to drive defense expenditure in South American countries

3.5.5 Military budgets of African countries expected to increase during the forecast period

3.5.6 Middle Eastern defense budgets likely to increase during the forecast period

3.6 Defense Modernization Review

3.6.1 European debt crisis leading to postponement of modernization plans

3.6.2 The arms race in Asia is reflected in modernization plans

3.6.3 North American modernization plans will be marginally affected by economic recession

3.6.4 Modernization programs in South America driven by replacement of obsolete armaments

3.6.5 African countries mainly spending on infantry weapons, and surveillance and monitoring equipment, to slow the growing crime rate

3.6.6 Middle Eastern countries pursuing modernization of air force and air defense systems

4 Industry Trends, Recent Developments and Challenges

4.1 Technological Developments

4.1.1 Millimeter wave amplifier technology expected to revolutionize communications and radar capabilities in the US

4.1.2 New radar technology that enables vision through solid walls to provide real time images beyond barriers

4.1.3 Digital beam forming radar systems to help defeat overwhelming attacks on US warships

4.1.4 Beam Steering Antenna Technology

4.2 Market Trends

4.2.1 Shift towards AESA based platforms

4.2.2 Passive radars to provide anti-stealth defense options

4.3 Industry Consolidation

4.3.1 Joint R&D programs expected to increase over the forecast period

4.3.2 Companies are also expected to consolidate in the face of global defense budget cuts

4.4 Key Challenges

4.4.1 Reduced space in naval ships and falling capacity poses key challenges for military radar market

4.4.2 Challenge from wind turbines

5 SWOT Analysis of the Military Radar Market

5.1 Strengths

5.1.1 Priority procurement

5.1.2 Technological advancements driving the market

5.1.3 Past and future asymmetric warfare

5.2 Weaknesses

5.2.1 Cost of space-based radars

5.2.2 Advent of stealth radar evasion systems posing an immense barrier to radar reliability

5.3 Opportunities

5.3.1 Increasing demand in missile defense applications

5.3.2 Multi-mission radars

5.3.3 Demand for Littoral Combat Ships (LCS) radars

5.4 Threats

5.4.1 US and European economic crisis

5.4.2 Shrinking military expenditure to impact demand for advanced technology radar systems

6 Country Analysis – Military Radar Market

6.1 United States Market Size and Forecast 2013–2023

6.1.1 Airborne radars expected to constitute the largest market share in the US

6.1.2 Ground-based radars expected to account for the second largest share of US military radar expenditure

6.1.3 Demand for naval radars expected to increase during the forecast period

6.2 China Market Size and Forecast 2013–2023

6.2.1 Ground-based radars segment to attract significant funding during the forecast period

6.2.2 Spending on airborne radars segment expected to be driven by hostile political environment

6.2.3 Naval radars to account for the third largest segment of the Chinese military radar market

6.3 Indian Market Size and Forecast 2013–2023

6.3.1 Ground-based radars segment expected to account for the largest share

6.3.2 Airborne radar systems to account for the second largest expenditure

6.3.3 Spending on naval radars to be robust during the forecast period

6.4 South Korea Market Size and Forecast 2013–2023

6.4.1 Airborne radars to account for the largest share of expenditure during the forecast period

6.4.2 South Korea's unresolved conflict with North Korea to drive the spending on ground-based radars

6.4.3 Naval radars to account for the third largest sector in the South Korean military radar market

6.5 Russia Market Size and Forecast 2013–2023

6.5.1 Demand for airborne military radar systems to increase during the forecast period

6.5.2 Ground-based radar segment to register a CAGR of 0.62% over the forecast period

6.5.3 Procurement of naval radar system expected to continue till 2018

6.6 Germany Market Size and Forecast 2013–2023

6.6.1 Demand for airborne military radars in Germany to remain high

6.6.2 Space-based radars to account for the second largest area of expenditure in Germany

6.6.3 Bodenüberwachungsradar program to drive ground-based radar segment in Germany

6.7 The United Kingdom Market Size and Forecast 2013–2023

6.7.1 Airborne military radar market in the UK to increase during the forecast period

6.7.2 Naval radar segment is expected to constitute the second largest market share in UK

6.8 UAE Market Size and Forecast 2013–2023

6.8.1 Expenditure on the ground-based military radars expected to decline during the forecast period

6.8.2 Augmented by high expenditure on sophisticated fighter aircrafts, the UAE Airborne military radars market will continue to have upward trend during the forecast period

6.9 Saudi Arabia Market Size and Forecast 2013–2023

6.9.1 The market for airborne military radars expected to increase during the forecast period

6.9.2 The procurement of radars for THAAD missiles to drive the ground-based radar market

6.1 Brazil Market Size and Forecast 2013–2023

6.10.1 Brazil ground-based radar procurement expected to continue till 2019

6.10.2 Airborne radar to account for second largest share of Brazilian radar spending

6.10.3 Naval radars to register a CAGR of 9.9% over the forecast period

6.11 South Africa Market Size and Forecast 2013–2023

6.11.1 Airborne military radars market to increase during the forecast period

6.11.2 Naval radars account for second largest share of South African radar spending

6.12 Algeria Market Size and Forecast 2013–2023

6.12.1 Airborne military radar market to decline during the forecast period

6.12.2 Algeria expected to procure naval radar systems

7 Major Military Radar Programs

7.1 Ground-based

7.1.1 India - Long range tracking radars

7.1.2 India - X-Band

7.1.3 US - Space Fence Program

7.2 Space-based

7.2.1 Germany - SARah - satellite-based radar reconnaissance system

7.2.2 Vietnam/Japan - Radar Imaging Satellites

7.2.3 Canada - RADARSAT Constellation Mission

7.3 Airborne

7.3.1 UK/Germany/Italy/Spain - Captor radar systems

7.3.2 US - Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (Joint STARS)

7.4 Naval

7.4.1 US - Air and Missile Defense Radar program

7.4.1 Germany - TRS-4D/NR Radar Program

8 Competitive Landscape and Strategic Insights

8.1 Competitive Landscape Overview

8.1.1 Lockheed Martin Corporation: Overview

8.1.2 Lockheed Martin Corporation: Products and Services

8.1.3 Lockheed Martin Corporation: Recent announcements and Strategic initiatives

8.1.4 Lockheed Martin Corporation: Alliances

8.1.5 Lockheed Martin Corporation: Recent Contract Wins

8.1.6 Lockheed Martin Corporation: Financial Analysis

8.1.7 Boeing: Overview

8.1.8 Boeing: Products and Services

8.1.9 Boeing: Recent announcements and Strategic initiatives

8.1.10 Boeing: Alliances

8.1.11 Boeing: Recent Contract Wins

8.1.12 Boeing: Financial Analysis

8.1.13 Raytheon: Overview

8.1.14 Raytheon: Products and Services

8.1.15 Raytheon: Recent announcements and Strategic initiatives

8.1.16 Raytheon: Alliances

8.1.17 Raytheon: Recent Contract Wins

8.1.18 Raytheon: Financial Analysis

8.1.19 Saab Sensis Corporation: Overview

8.1.20 Saab Sensis Corporation: Products and Services

8.1.21 Saab Sensis Corporation: Recent announcements and Strategic initiatives

8.1.22 Saab Sensis Corporation: Alliances

8.1.23 Saab Sensis Corporation: Recent Contract Wins

8.1.24 Accipiter Radar Technologies: Overview

8.1.25 Accipiter Radar Technologies: Products and Services

8.1.26 Accipiter Radar Technologies: Recent announcements and Strategic initiatives

8.1.27 Accipiter Radar Technologies: Recent Contract Wins

8.1.28 Northrop Grumman Corporation: Overview

8.1.29 Northrop Grumman Corporation: Products and Services

8.1.30 Northrop Grumman Corporation: Recent announcements and Strategic initiatives

8.1.31 Northrop Grumman Corporation: Alliances

8.1.32 Northrop Grumman Corporation: Recent Contract Wins

8.1.33 Northrop Grumman Corporation: Financial Analysis

8.1.34 BAE Systems: Overview

8.1.35 BAE Systems: Products and Services

8.1.36 BAE Systems: Recent announcements and Strategic initiatives

8.1.37 BAE Systems: Alliances

8.1.38 BAE Systems: Recent Contract Wins

8.1.39 BAE Systems: Financial Analysis

8.1.40 Harris Corporation: Overview

8.1.41 Harris Corporation: Products and Services

8.1.42 Harris Corporation: Recent announcements and Strategic initiatives

8.1.43 Harris Corporation: Recent Contract Wins

8.1.44 Harris Corporation: Financial Analysis

8.1.45 ThalesRaytheonSystems: Overview

8.1.46 ThalesRaytheonSystems: Products and Services

8.1.47 ThalesRaytheonSystems: Recent announcements and Strategic initiatives

8.1.48 ThalesRaytheonSystems: Recent Contract Wins

8.1.49 Rheinmetall Defence: Overview

8.1.50 Rheinmetall Defense: Products and Services

8.1.51 Rheinmetall Defence: Recent announcements and Strategic initiatives

8.1.52 Rheinmetall Defence: Alliances

8.1.53 Rheinmetall Defence: Recent Contract Wins

8.1.54 Rheinmetall Defence: Financial Analysis

8.1.55 Esterline Technologies Corporation: Overview

8.1.56 Esterline Technologies Corporation: Products and Services

8.1.57 Esterline Technologies Corporation: Recent announcements and Strategic initiatives

8.1.58 Esterline Technologies Corporation: Alliances

8.1.59 Esterline Technologies Corporation: Recent Contract Wins

8.1.60 Esterline Technologies Corporation: Financial Analysis

8.1.61 Almaz-Antei: Overview

8.1.62 Almaz-Antei: Products and Services

8.1.63 Almaz-Antei: Recent announcements and Strategic initiatives

8.1.64 Almaz-Antei: Recent Contract Wins

8.1.65 Honeywell International: Overview

8.1.66 Honeywell International: Products and Services

8.1.67 Honeywell International: Recent announcements and Strategic initiatives

8.1.68 Honeywell International: Alliances

8.1.69 Honeywell International: Recent Contract Wins

8.1.70 Honeywell International: Financial Analysis

8.1.71 ASELSAN: Overview

8.1.72 ASELSAN: Products and Services

8.1.73 ASELSAN: Recent announcements and Strategic initiatives

8.1.74 ASELSAN: Alliances

8.1.75 ASELSAN: Recent Contract Wins

8.1.76 ASELSAN: Financial Analysis

9 Appendix

9.1 Methodology

9.2 About SDI

9.3 Disclaimer

List of Tables Table 1: Global Military Radar Market Overview

Table 2: Global Military Radar Market Overview

Table 3: SWOT Analysis of the Military Radar Market

Table 4: Leading Military Radar Markets and Top Three Segments

Table 5: US Military Radar Market Overview

Table 6: Major Military Radar Programs

Table 7: Chinese Military Radar Market Overview

Table 8: Indian Military Radar Market Overview

Table 9: Major Indian Military Radar Programs

Table 10: South Korean Military Radar Market Overview

Table 11: Major South Korean Military Radar Programs

Table 12: Russian Military Radar Market Overview

Table 13: Major Russian Military radar Programs

Table 14: German Military Radar Market Overview

Table 15: Major German Military Radar Programs

Table 16: UK Military Radar Market Overview

Table 17: Major UK Military Radar Programs

Table 18: UAE Military Radar - Market Overview

Table 19: Major UAE Military Radar Programs

Table 20: Saudi Arabian Military Radar Market Overview

Table 21: Major Saudi Arabian Military Radar Programs

Table 22: Brazilian Military Radar Market Overview

Table 23: Key Brazilian Military Radar Programs

Table 24: South African Military Radar Market Overview

Table 25: Major South African Military Radar Programs

Table 26: Algeria Military Radar Market Overview

Table 27: Major Algeria Military Radar Programs

Table 28: Program Details – Long Range Tracking Radars program

Table 29: Program Details – X-Band Radars

Table 30: Program Details – Space Fence Program

Table 31: Program Details – SARah - Satellite-based Radar Reconnaissance System

Table 32: Program Details – Radar Imaging Satellites

Table 33: Program Details – RADARSAT constellation mission

Table 34: Program Details – Captor radar systems program

Table 35: Program Details – Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (Joint STARS)

Table 36: Program Details – Air and Missile Defense Radar program

Table 37: Program Details – TRS-4D/NR radar

Table 38: Lockheed Martin Corporation – Alliances

Table 39: Lockheed Martin Corporation – Recent Contract Wins

Table 40: Boeing – Alliances

Table 41: Boeing – Recent Contract Wins

Table 42: Raytheon – Alliances

Table 43: Raytheon – Recent Contract Wins

Table 44: Saab Sensis Corporation – Alliances

Table 45: Saab Sensis Corporation – Recent Contract Wins

Table 46: Accipiter Radar Technologies – Recent Contract Wins

Table 47: Northrop Grumman Corporation – Alliances

Table 48: Northrop Grumman Corporation – Recent Contract Wins

Table 49: BAE Systems – Alliances

Table 50: BAE Systems – Recent Contract Wins

Table 51: Harris Corporation – Recent Contract Wins

Table 52: ThalesRaytheonSystems – Recent Contract Wins

Table 53: Rheinmetall Defence – Alliances

Table 54: Rheinmetall Defence – Recent Contract Wins

Table 55: Esterline Technologies Corporation – Alliances

Table 56: Esterline Technologies Corporation – Recent Contract Wins

Table 57: Almaz-Antei – Recent Contract Wins

Table 58: Honeywell International – Alliances

Table 59: Honeywell International – Recent Contract Wins

Table 60: ASELSAN – Alliances

Table 61: ASELSAN: Recent Contract Awards

List of Figures Figure 1: Global Military Radar Market (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 2: Military Radar Market Breakdown by Region (%), 2013–2023

Figure 3: North American Military Radar Market (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 4: Asia-Pacific Military Radar Market (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 5: European Military Radar Market (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 6: Middle East Military Radar Market (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 7: Latin American Military Radar Market (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 8: African Military Radar Market (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 9: Military Radar Market Breakdown by Segment (%), 2013–2023

Figure 10: Airborne Radar Market Size (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 11: Ground-based Military Radar Market Size (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 12: Naval Military Radar Market Size (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 13: Space-based Military Radar Market Size (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 14: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top Three European Defense Spenders (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 15: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top Three Asian Defense Spenders (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 16: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top North American Defense Spenders (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 17: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top Three South American Defense Spenders (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 18: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top Three African Countries (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 19: Defense Capital Expenditure of Top Three Middle Eastern Defense Spenders (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 20: Military Radar Market in the US (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 21: Military Radar Market Split By Category in the US (%), 2013–2023

Figure 22: Airborne Radar Market Size in the US (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 23: Ground-based Radar Market Size in the US (US$ Billion), 2013–2023

Figure 24: Naval Radar Market Size in the US (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 25: Military Radar Market in China (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 26: Military Radar Market Split By Category in China (%), 2013–2023

Figure 27: Ground-based Radar Market Size in China (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 28: Airborne Radar Market Size in China (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 29: Naval Radar Market Size in China (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 30: Military Radar Market in India (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 31: Military Radar Market Split by Sector in India (%), 2013–2023

Figure 32: Ground-based Radar Market Size in India (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 33: Airborne Radar Market Size in India (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 34: Naval Radar Market Size in India (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 35: South Korean Military Radar Market (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 36: Military Radar Market Split by Sector in South Korea (%), 2013–2023

Figure 37: Airborne Radar Market Size in South Korea (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 38: Ground-based Radar Market Size in South Korea (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 39: Naval Radar Market Size in South Korea (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 40: Military Radar Market in Russia (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 41: Russian Military Radar Market Split by Sector (%), 2013–2023

Figure 42: Airborne Military Radar Market Size in Russia (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 43: Ground-based Military Radar Market Size in Russia (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 44: Naval Military Radar Market Size in Russia (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 45: Military Radar Market in Germany (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 46: Military Radar Market Split by Sector in Germany (%), 2013–2023

Figure 47: Airborne Military Radar Market Size in Germany (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 48: Space-based Military Radar Market Size in Germany (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 49: Ground-based Military Radar Market Size in Germany (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 50: Military Radar Market in the UK (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 51: Military Radar Market Split by Sector in UK (%), 2013–2023

Figure 52: Airborne Military Radar Market Size in the UK (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 53: Naval Military Radar Market Size in the UK (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 54: Military Radar Market in UAE (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 55: Military Radar Market Split by Sector in UAE (%), 2013–2023

Figure 56: Ground-based Military Radar Market Size in UAE (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 57: Airborne Military Radar Market Size in UAE (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 58: Military Radar Market in Saudi Arabia (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 59: Military Radar Market Split by Sector in Saudi Arabia (%), 2013–2023

Figure 60: Airborne Military Radar Market Size in Saudi Arabia (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 61: Ground-based Military Radar Market Size in Saudi Arabia (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 62: Military Radar Market in Brazil (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 63: Military Radar Market Split By Category in Brazil (%), 2013–2023

Figure 64: Ground-based Radar Market Size in Brazil (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 65: Airborne Radar Market Size in Brazil (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 66: Naval Radar Market Size in Brazil (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 67: Military Radar Market in South Africa (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 68: Military Radar Market Split by Sector in South Africa (%), 2013–2023

Figure 69: Airborne Military Radar Market Size in South Africa (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 70: Naval Military Radar Market Size in South Africa (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 71: Military Radar Market in Algeria (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 72: Military Radar Market Split by Sector in Algeria (%), 2013–2023

Figure 73: Airborne Military Radar Market Size in Algeria (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 74: Naval Military Radar Market Size in Algeria (US$ Million), 2013–2023

Figure 75: Lockheed Martin Corporation – Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Billion), 2008–2012

Figure 76: Lockheed Martin Corporation – Operating Profit (US$ Billion), 2008–2012

Figure 77: Lockheed Martin Corporation – Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Billion), 2008–2012

Figure 78: Boeing – Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Billion), 2008–2012

Figure 79: Boeing – Operating Profit (US$ Million), 2008–2012

Figure 80: Boeing – Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2008–2012

Figure 81: Raytheon – Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Billion), 2008–2012

Figure 82: Raytheon – Operating Profit (US$ Million), 2008–2012

Figure 83: Raytheon – Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2008–2012

Figure 84: Northrop Grumman Corporation – Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Billion), 2008–2012

Figure 85: Northrop Grumman Corporation – Operating Profit (US$ Million), 2008–2012

Figure 86: Northrop Grumman Corporation – Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2008–2012

Figure 87: BAE Systems – Revenue Trend Analysis (GBP Billion), 2008–2012

Figure 88: BAE Systems – Operating Profit (GBP Million), 2008–2012

Figure 89: BAE Systems – Net Profit (GBP Million), 2008–2012

Figure 90: Harris Corporation – Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Billion), 2008–2012

Figure 91: Harris Corporation – Operating Profit (US$ Million), 2008–2012

Figure 92: Harris Corporation – Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2008–2012

Figure 93: Rheinmetall Defence – Revenue Trend Analysis (EUR Billion), 2008–2012

Figure 94: Rheinmetall Defence – Operating Profit (EUR Million), 2008–2012

Figure 95: Rheinmetall Defence – Net Profit Trend Analysis (EUR Million), 2008–2012

Figure 96: Esterline Technologies Corporation – Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Billion), 2008–2012

Figure 97: Esterline Technologies Corporation – Operating Profit (US$ Million), 2008–2012

Figure 98: Esterline Technologies Corporation – Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2008–2012

Figure 99: Honeywell International – Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Billion), 2008–2012

Figure 100: Honeywell International – Operating Profit (US$ Billion), 2008–2012

Figure 101: Honeywell International – Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Billion), 2008–2012

Figure 102: ASELSAN – Revenue Trend Analysis (TRY$ Billion), 2008–2012

Figure 103: ASELSAN – Operating Profit (TRY$ Million), 2008–2012

Figure 104: ASELSAN – Net Profit Trend Analysis (TRY$ Million), 2008–2012

Companies Mentioned Lockheed Martin Corporation, Boeing, Raytheon, Saab Sensis Corporation, Accipiter Radar Technologies, Northrop Grumman Corporation, BAE Systems, Harris Corporation, ThalesRaytheonSystems, Rheinmetall Defence, Esterline Technologies Corporation, Almaz-Antei, Honeywell International, ASELSAN

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