World Military Mobile Computing Systems Market To Be Worth $2.2bn In 2013
Our analysis indicates that the world military mobile computing systems market is set to be worth $2.2bn in 2013.
The author of the military mobile computing systems report comments that: ‘The world military mobile computing systems market is currently in a nascent state of development, although growth is expected to be significant throughout the forecast period, 2013-2023. Spending on tactical communications is expected to provide a firm foundation for newer opportunities in emerging technologies, such as smart devices and related security needs. Smartphones and tablets are expected to provide highly significant opportunities in the years to come and represent one of the finest prospects for growth in the international defence sector.’
The report has 25 pages and contains 161 tables, charts and graphs that graphically represent the developing trends and market projections within the military mobile computing systems market. We provide a range of forecasts for the period 2013-2023, as well as for 4 submarkets of the military mobile computing systems market (radio, computers, smart devices, and security). In addition, the eleven leading national military mobile computing systems markets are analysed over the period 2013-2023 (the US, PRC, Israel, France, UK, Russia, Australia, Germany, India, ROK, and Turkey).
The report also provides profiles of 15 leading companies operating within the world military mobile computing systems market. An interview with Mr Alan Dabbiere, Chairman and Co-Founder of AirWatch LLC, the market leader in mobile device management, is also included, which discusses the impact of emerging technologies and the potentially revolutionary significance of smart devices for global military forces.
The World Military Mobile Computing Systems Market 2013-2023: Ruggedized Man-Portable Systems, PCs, Laptops, Radios, Smartphones & Tablets report will be of impressive value to current, and future, investors into the military mobile computing systems industry, as well as to companies and research centres who wish to broaden their knowledge of the military mobile computing systems market.