The DoD SSDS budget comprises Navy spending plans for systems that utilize technologies such as radar, sonar, communications, electronic warfare, guns, decoys, and missiles. The base year for financial spending is 2014, and the market forecast runs from 2014 to 2020.
- Active and passive defenses against shore, surface ship, and submarine launched anti-ship missiles is the primary concern, followed by torpedo attacks and aircraft-launched missiles.
- A variety of technologies are utilized together in order to defend surface ships, including communications, radar, electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) sensors, sonars, missiles, guns, chaff, and electronic warfare.
- Navy ship self-defense spending is focused on upgrading current systems and improving situational awareness and platform collaboration.
- Key Findings
- CEO’s Perspective
- Market Definitions
- Key Questions This Study Will Answer
- Market Drivers
- Drivers Explained
- Market Restraints
- Restraints Explained
- Ship Self-defense Systems Spending Forecast and Discussion
- Representative Competitors—The Landscape at a Glance
- Competitive Environment
- Ship Self-defense Programs Overview
- Ship Self-defense Programs by Segment
- Ship Self-defense Programs
- Contracts by Program
- The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
- Legal Disclaimer
- Market Engineering Methodology