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世界國防數字化的增長機會

Global Digitalization in Defense Growth Opportunities

出版日期: | 出版商: Frost & Sullivan | 英文 58 Pages | 商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內

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簡介

與私營公司一樣,COVID-19 正在加速軍事領域的數字化,許多軍事組織現在正在考慮引入數字技術就證明了這一點。除此之外,國家和非國家行為體對地緣政治的擔憂日益增加,需要通過數字化來應對,以確保戰區內外的戰略優勢。

採用先進技術和新的商業模式是推動未來增長的因素。由於數字化為作戰活動帶來的力量及其高成本效益的協同效應,它不可避免地會被引入到各個項目和國家。國防原始設備製造商需要瞭解這些趨勢,並通過內部開發或與合適的公司合作來擴展他們的產品供應。

本報告調查了全球國防領域的數字化,並提供了有關區域數字化計劃、招聘概覽、用例、競爭條件、增長機會等方面的信息。

目錄

戰略義務

國防數字化概述

  • 調查目的
  • 簡介
  • 國防數字化流程和採用
  • 國防數字化技術
  • 數字化技術集群
  • 技術實施時間表

採用國防數字化

  • 數字化應用概述
  • 數字化計劃-美國
  • 數字化計劃-英國
  • 數字化計劃-歐洲
  • 數字化計劃-其他國家

ConOps 和用例

  • ConOps 示例 1
  • ConOps 示例 2
  • 用例 1 - 物流、維護、維修和大修 (MRO)
  • 用例 2-多域操作
  • 用例 3-小單元操作

競爭形勢

  • 競爭形勢
  • 國防數字產品組合的成熟度
  • 商業數字化企業
  • 國防 OEM 貢獻
  • 強大的戰略定位夥伴關係
  • 併購

商業模式

  • 國防商業模式
  • 國防商業模式討論
  • 雲商業模式
  • 商業模式比較

增長機會分析

  • 國防數字化的增長因素
  • 抑制國防數字化的發展

增長機會宇宙

  • 增長機會 1-雲計算
  • 增長機會 2-人工智能
  • 增長機會 3-UUV 技術和平台
  • 圖表列表
  • 免責聲明
目錄
Product Code: PC03-22

Increased Adoption of Advanced Technologies and New Business Models Driving Future Growth Potential

Like the commercial sector, COVID-19 has accelerated digitalization in the military domain, as evident from the many military organizations currently considering and adopting digital technologies exponentially. This is compounded by rising geopolitical concerns from state and non-state actors, which can only be countered by the strategic advantage digitalization offers in and off the combat zone.

Artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, and autonomous technologies (SWARM, manned-unmanned teaming) are set to revolutionize military operations during the forecast period. The main areas of application will be to reduce the Observe, Orient, Decide, Act loop, in addition to cybersecurity applications and unmanned underwater and surface vehicles. The various digitalization technologies are interdependent and do not function in a silo. For example, data collection from interconnected devices (IoT) is processed by cloud computing to provide a common operating picture. AI demonstrates the capability to further analyze this for target identification and allocation. Harnessing the collective power of these technologies holds the key to strategic advantages in the future.

In the past, internal challenges have hampered the adoption of digitalization, further compounded by data security and sharing concerns as well as the lack of a framework, concept of operations, and platform-centric approach. While the internal challenges are unlikely to disappear overnight, stakeholders have taken positive moves to ease the adoption process. The initiatives include joint operations networks, a shift away from data silos to a centralized model, and modification of acquisition procedures for software services to promote greater ease. Military stakeholders and defense OEMs widely collaborate with commercial companies, which hold the lead in defense digital transformation.

United States and China are the leaders in defense technology adoption, followed by Europe. In the future, United States and China will accelerate adoption to attain technological supremacy. Other defense forces, notably the United Kingdom, France, Japan, Israel, Australia, and South Korea, will also increase adoption rates. Countries in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East will see more widespread adoption of autonomous technologies followed by cloud and AI in the next 5 years.

The force multiplier effect and cost efficiency that digitalization brings about in combat operations will inevitably increase adoption across various programs and countries. Defense OEMs should be cognizant of the uptrend and expand their product offering either through in-house development or partnerships with suitable companies.

Table of Contents

Strategic Imperatives

  • Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?
  • The Strategic Imperative 8™
  • The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on Digitalization in Defense
  • Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™
  • Market Overview

Digitalization in Defense Overview

  • Research Objectives
  • Introduction
  • Defense Digitalization Processes and Adoption
  • Defense Digitalization Technologies
  • Digitalization Technology Clusters
  • Technology Implementation Timeline

Defense Digitalization Adoption

  • Digitalization Adoption Overview
  • Digitalization Programs-United States
  • Digitalization Programs-United Kingdom
  • Digitalization Programs-Europe
  • Digitalization Programs-Other Countries

ConOps and Use Cases

  • ConOps Examples 1
  • ConOps Examples 2
  • Use Case 1-Logistics, Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO)
  • Use Case 2-Multi-Domain Operations
  • Use Case 3-Small Unit Operations

Competitive Landscape

  • Competitive Landscape
  • Maturity of Defense Digital Product Portfolio Offering
  • Maturity of Defense Digital Product Portfolio Offering (continued)
  • Commercial Digital Players
  • Defense OEMs Contribution
  • Powerful Partnerships for Strategic Positioning
  • Powerful Partnerships for Strategic Positioning (continued)
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Mergers and Acquisitions (continued)

Business Models

  • Defense Business Models
  • Defense Business Models Discussion
  • Cloud Business Models
  • Business Models Comparison

Growth Opportunity Analysis

  • Growth Drivers for Digitalization in Defense
  • Growth Drivers for Digitalization in Defense (continued)
  • Growth Restraints for Digitalization in Defense
  • Growth Restraints for Digitalization in Defense (continued)

Growth Opportunity Universe

  • Growth Opportunity 1-Cloud Computing
  • Growth Opportunity 1-Cloud Computing (continued)
  • Growth Opportunity 2-Artificial Intelligence
  • Growth Opportunity 2-Artificial Intelligence (continued)
  • Growth Opportunity 3-UUV Technologies and Platforms
  • Growth Opportunity 3-UUV Technologies and Platforms (continued)
  • List of Exhibits
  • Legal Disclaimer