BUSINESS: Global Defense Training & Simulating Growth Opportunities

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New York, Oct. 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Global Defense Training & Simulation Growth Opportunities” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06176215/?utm_source=GNW

While the need for social distancing led to a decline in the demand for live training sessions, it also led to an increase in the adoption of virtual solutions. As the commercial sector has been able to develop technologies at a faster pace and at lower costs than the defense and military industries, the training and simulation market is still a keen adopter of off-the-shelf commercial technologies.

This market has seen the entry of many non-traditional companies. For example, Microsoft is offering Hololens, which is a virtual reality headset, to support the training needs of the United States Army. There is also an increase in the use of commercial gaming technology during military training sessions. The base year for this report is 2020, and the forecast period is from 2021 to 2029. This report examines the changes in defense training and simulation market, as a result of changing geopolitical and economic landscapes, developments in military doctrine, and economic turbulence. These changes are covered at a global macro level. The report does not reflect specific regional or country changes. The report does not include specific country or regional changes. Another trend is the gradual adoption and use of LVC (live, virtual and constructive) blended architectures and strategies. A strong emphasis on upgrading and integrating legacy training systems is another. The United States will remain the leader in the development and implementation of new training doctrines. NATO countries and allies will follow suit. Global tensions are high, and warfare is shifting to a hybrid model. This means that training and simulation needs are changing, and there will be a shift in the priority of capability development. As the West falls behind Russia and China in cyber and electromagnetic activities (CEMA), this can result in a greater emphasis on cyber and electronic activities (CEMA). To keep up with military developments, this will require simulation and training systems that include these capabilities.
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