Global Artillery & Systems Market and Technology Forecast 2019-2027 - The Cumulative Market is Expected to Surpass $76 Billion During the Forecast Period -

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The cumulative market is expected to surpass USD 76 Billion during the forecast period 2019-2027. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 3.6%. The towed artillery accounts to more than 50% of the Global inventory, these are driven by the artillery inventories across countries in APAC, like Russia, China, and India.

It is interesting to note than Russia accounts to around 12% of the Global inventory, followed by China, which accounts for around 10% of the Global artillery inventory. However, US accounts to around 2.5% of the Global inventory. The increased focus on high technology platforms have acted as a key challenge in the US Artillery Market, it is good to understand that the Artillery platforms are included as one of the top priority areas within the US Defense, this would act as a driver during the study period.


The study period is between 2017-2027, however, the forecast period is between 2019-2027. The report is aimed at:

  • Understand the market trends and the key market drivers, restraints and challenges which are expected to shape the market during the forecast period.
  • Understand the key technology developments across the platforms, munition, power source and material science.
  • A clear understanding of the US trends in the artillery and systems market, during the study period.
  • A detailed coverage of the PEST and Porter's five forces in the artillery and systems market.
  • Country Analysis, which covers the artillery inventory mix and other detailed analysis.
  • Detailed market forecast across segments like region, platform and components.
  • Opportunity analysis chapter highlights the high growth market.

Reasons to Buy

  • The report titled Military Artillery Systems market could be useful for individual or institutional investors who are considering investments into this market.
  • The current market overview chapter would give an overall perspective of the current artillery and systems market. This would be helpful in terms of understating the overall market.
  • The drivers, restraints, and challenges are covered in detailed and these are the factors which are expected to drive market demand. For Eg: The European market is expected to be driven by the Russian aggression in Eastern Europe.
  • The Porter's Five Forces Analysis and the PEST analysis are covered in detailed. This could come handy for players considering a market entry or regional entry into the artillery and systems market.
  • The country analysis chapter covers the top 13 countries which have the highest artillery inventory. This would be useful for market participants across the supply chain to estimate their future business.
  • The market forecast chapter could be of use to Strategy and the Sales team to jot out sales projection for the market participants for both domestic and international markets.
  • The market hotspots have been identified in the Opportunity Analysis Chapter, this could be of help to any player considering investments in these markets.
  • The company profiles chapter contains detailed financial and SWOT, apart from the recent contract and other information.

Key Topics Covered

1 Introduction

1.1 Objective

1.2 Market Definition

1.3 Methodology

1.4 Events based Forecast Scenario

1.5 Who will benefit from this report?

1.5.1 Business Leaders & Business Developers

1.5.2 Defense Professionals

1.5.3 Policy Makers, Budget Planners and Decision Makers

1.5.4 Civil Government Leaders & Planners

1.5.5 Financial analysts, Investors, Consultants

1.6 Language

2 Executive Summary

2.1 Artillery and Systems Market Trends and Insights

2.2 Top Five Major Findings

2.3 Major Conclusion

2.4 Important Tables and Graphs

3 Current Market Overview in the Global Artillery and Systems Market

3.1 Market Introduction

3.1.1 Artillery in Modern Warfare

3.2 Metamorphosis of Artillery and Systems

3.2.1 Range

3.2.2 Accuracy

3.2.3 Loading

3.2.4 Mobility

3.2.5 Stability

3.3 Error Classification in Artillery Firing

3.3.1 Systematic Error

3.3.2 Random Error

3.4 Current Market Overview

3.4.1 Selected Artillery Programs

3.4.2 US Trends in Artillery & Systems Market

3.5 Technology Analysis in the Artillery and Systems Market

3.5.1 Platform

3.5.2 Munition

3.5.3 Power Source

3.5.4 Material Science

4 Market Segmentation

5 Market Analysis

5.1 Market Drivers

5.1.1 Defense Budget

5.1.2 New Programs & Upgrades

5.1.3 Operational Cost

5.1.4 Advanced Munitions

5.1.5 Global Conflicts

5.2 Market Restraints

5.2.1 Increasing Capabilities of Unmanned platforms

5.2.2 New Forms of Warfare

5.2.3 Performance Limitations

5.3 Market Challenges

5.3.1 Commonization of Platforms

5.3.2 Budgetary Gaps

5.4 PEST Analysis

5.4.1 Political

5.4.2 Economic

5.4.3 Social

5.4.4 Technology

5.5 Porter's Five Forces

5.5.1 Competitive Rivalry

5.5.2 Buyer Power

5.5.3 Threat of Substitute

5.5.4 Suppliers Power

5.5.5 Threat of New Entrants

6 Country Analysis

6.1 Market Introduction

6.2 China

6.2.1 China Artillery & Systems - Imports

6.2.2 China Artillery & Systems - Exports

6.2.3 Military Artillery & Systems of China

6.2.4 Fleet Analysis & Future Programs

6.3 India

6.4 Israel

6.5 Pakistan

6.6 Russia

6.7 Saudi Arabia

6.8 South Korea

6.9 Turkey

6.10 Iran

6.11 Ukraine

6.12 Myanmar

6.13 United States

7 Global Artillery & Systems Market Platform Wise to 2027

7.1 Total Global Market by Platform to 2027

7.2 Total Global Market by Platform (By Components) to 2027

7.2.1 Towed Artillery

7.2.2 Self-Propelled Artillery (SPA)

7.2.3 MLRS

7.2.4 Others

7.3 Total Global Market by Platform (By Region) to 2027

7.3.1 Towed Artillery

7.3.2 Self-Propelled Artillery (SPA)

7.3.3 MLRS

7.3.4 Others

8 Global Artillery and Systems Market by Component to 2027

8.1 Total Global Market by Component to 2027

8.2 Total Global Market by Components (By Range) to 2027

8.2.1 Mobility Systems

8.2.2 Auxiliary Systems

8.2.3 Turret

8.2.4 Fire Control Systems (FCS)

8.2.5 Armored Hull

8.2.6 Others

8.3 Total Global Market by Components (By Mobility) to 2027

8.3.1 Mobility Systems

8.3.2 Auxiliary Systems

8.3.3 Turret

8.3.4 Fire Control Systems (FCS)

8.3.5 Armored Hull

8.3.6 Others

9 Global Artillery and Systems Market By Region to 2027

9.1 Total Global Market by Region to 2027

9.2 Total Global Market by Region (By Range) to 2027

9.2.1 North America

9.2.2 Europe

9.2.3 APAC

9.2.4 Middle East

9.2.5 RoW

9.3 Total Global Market by Region (By Mobility) to 2027

9.3.1 North America

9.3.2 Europe

9.3.3 APAC

9.3.4 Middle East

9.3.5 Rest of the World

10 Opportunity Analysis

10.1 By Region

10.2 By Platform

10.3 By Components

10.4 By Mobility Systems

10.5 By Range

11 Events Based Forecast

11.1 Introduction

11.2 Events Based Scenario 1

11.3 Events Based Scenario 2

12 Company Profiles

12.1 BAE Systems

12.1.1 Company Profile

12.1.2 Products & Services

12.1.3 Segment Revenue

12.1.4 Financial Info (Revenues, Profit Last 5 Years)

12.1.5 Recent Contract Wins

12.1.6 Recent Projects Completed

12.1.7 Strategic Alliances

12.1.8 SWOT Analysis

12.2 Denel SOC Ltd.

12.3 Elbit Systems

12.4 General Dynamics

12.5 Hanwha Group

12.6 IMI Systems

12.7 Lockheed Martin Corp.

12.8 Norinco

12.9 Ruag Group

12.10 ST Engineering

12.11 Uralvagonzavod

13 Conclusions and Recommendations

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Related Topics: Missiles and Missiles Technology