Global Forecast for Simulators Market by Type, Solution, Platform, Technique, Application & Region (2020 to 2025) - Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities and Challenges - ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN--()--The "Simulators Market by Type (ATC, FMS, Driving, Vessel Traffic Control), Solution, Platform (Airborne, Land, Maritime), Technique (Live, Virtual & Constructive, Synthetic Environment, Gaming), Application, Region - Global Forecast to 2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The simulators market is projected to grow from USD 21.5 billion in 2019 to USD 27.9 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 4.4% during the forecast period.

Factors such as an increase in the demand for commercial aircraft pilots, acceptance of virtual pilot training to ensure aviation safety, and the need for cost-cutting in training are driving the market for simulators. However, the longer product lifecycle of simulators is limiting the overall growth of the market.

Based on application, the military training segment is anticipated to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.

With continuous advancements in technologies related to simulation, operational costs of military training have reduced, thereby leading to the increased use of simulators in military training.

Based on type, the driving simulators segment is anticipated to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.

Driving simulators helps train commercial and military drivers to develop their skills for live operations. These simulators can be used in cars, trucks, buses, trains & trams, as well as armored vehicles. The rise in demand for commercial vehicles across the globe is leading to an increase in demand for new commercial vehicle drivers, which, in turn, will fuel the demand for driving simulators to train them.

Asia Pacific led the simulators market in 2019 Asia Pacific is one of the potential markets for both, commercial and military simulators.

An increase in passenger traffic is the major reason for increased demand for pilots, especially in countries such as India, Indonesia, South Korea, Australia, Vietnam, and the Philippines. An increase in air travel is a result of the rise in the economic status of the middle-class population and the introduction of low-cost carriers. According to Airbus, the training facilities present in the Asia Pacific region as of 2017 are only capable of training 5,000 pilot and aircrew members annually, whereas the requirement is expected to rise more in the next two decades.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Research Methodology

3 Executive Summary

4 Premium Insights

4.1 Attractive Opportunities in Simulators Market

4.2 Simulators Market, By Solution

4.3 Simulators Market, By Technique

4.4 Simulators Market, By Region

5 Market Overview

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Market Dynamics

5.2.1 Drivers

5.2.1.1 Growing Demand for Pilots in the Aviation Industry

5.2.1.2 Acceptance of Virtual Pilot Training to Ensure Aviation Safety

5.2.1.3 Need for Cost-Cutting in Pilot Training

5.2.1.4 Reduction in Military Budgets of Developed Economies

5.2.2 Restraints

5.2.2.1 Longer Product Lifecycle

5.2.2.2 Lack of Interoperability

5.2.3 Opportunities

5.2.3.1 Development of Simulators for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)

5.2.3.2 Simulators for Air Accident Investigation

5.2.4 Challenges

5.2.4.1 Stringent Regulatory Approvals

6 Industry Trends

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Mapping of Key Simulator Manufacturers and Their Core Competency Areas

6.3 Classification of Airborne Simulation Systems Based on Their Application Areas and Training Purposes

6.4 Classification of Marine Simulators By the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Based on Their Application

6.5 Technology Trends

6.5.1 Full Combat and Mission Training in a Dome Trainer Environment

6.5.2 Standalone Bridge Simulation Consoles (Flexicon)

6.5.3 Bluefire Technology

6.5.4 Maritime Movable DesKTop and ECDIS Simulators

6.5.5 Car Learning to Act (CARLA)

6.5.6 DesKTop Driving Simulators

6.5.7 Synthetic Training Environment

6.5.8 Night Vision Training Systems

6.5.9 Real-Time Computer Image Generation

6.5.10 Optimal Motion-Cueing Technology

6.5.11 Reconfigurable Flight Simulation and Training

6.5.12 Gladiator Simulation Programme

6.6 Use Cases

6.6.1 Smart Simulation With Digital Twin

6.6.2 Simulation in IoT

6.6.2.1 Importance of Simulation in IoT

6.6.2.2 Functions of Simulation in IoT

6.6.3 Smart Simulation With Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR)

7 Simulators Market, By Solution

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Products

7.2.1 Hardware

7.2.1.1 Procurement of Hardware Components By Simulator Manufacturers is Driving the Hardware Segment

7.2.2 Software

7.2.2.1 Rapid Digitalization in the Aviation & Defense Industry is Driving the Software Segment

7.3 Services

7.3.1 Hardware Upgrades

7.3.1.1 Operational Expenses and Replacement of Existing Hardware are Accelerating the Growth of the Hardware Upgrades Segment

7.3.2 Software Upgrades

7.3.2.1 Introduction of New Technologies is Driving the Software Upgrades Segment

8 Simulators Market, By Platform

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Airborne

8.3 Land

8.4 Maritime

9 Simulators Market, By Type

9.1 Introduction

9.2 Flight Training Devices

9.2.1 Need for Pilot Training to Support Aircrews and Cadet Pilots is Expected to Fuel the Growth of Flight Training Devices Segment

9.3 Full Flight Simulators

9.3.1 Demand for Efficiency and Effectiveness in Pilot Training is Expected to Drive Full Flight Simulators Segment

9.3.2 Flight Simulator Type, By Volume & Manufacturers, 2018

9.4 Full Mission Flight Simulators

9.4.1 Simulation of Realistic Flight Training Through Flight Mission System is Expected to Drive Its the Demand

9.5 Fixed Base Simulators

9.5.1 Gaming Simulation Technique is Integrated With Fixed Base Simulators to Enable Students Experience Virtual Challenges

9.6 Air Traffic Control Simulators

9.6.1 Air Traffic Control Simulators Help Train ATC Trainees and Develop Their Skills to Handle Challenges

9.7 Driving Simulators

9.7.1 Driving Simulators Provide High-End Training and Practice Solutions to Train Both Beginners and Experienced Military Forces

9.8 Land Force Training Simulators

9.8.1 Land Force Training Simulators Help Train Armed Forces With Infantry Weapons

9.9 Full Mission Bridge Simulators

9.9.1 Full Mission Bridge Simulator is Used to Train Both Commercial and Military Ship Operators

9.10 Vessel Traffic Control Simulators

9.10.1 Vessel Traffic Control Simulators are Used to Train Trainees for Better Vessel Traffic Management

10 Simulators Market, By Application

10.1 Introduction

10.2 Commercial Training

10.2.1 Simulation Models Provide Virtual Reality Platform to Trainees, Thereby Reduces Operational Costs

10.3 Military Training

10.3.1 Simulators are Used in Military Applications to Virtually Recreate Battlefield Environment for Real-Life Combat Training

11 Simulators Market, By Technique

11.1 Introduction

11.2 Live, Virtual & Constructive (LVC) Simulation

11.2.1 LVC Simulation is Increasingly Used in Military Training Programs

11.2.2 Live

11.2.3 Virtual

11.2.4 Constructive

11.3 Synthetic Environment Simulation

11.3.1 Synthetic Environment Can Improve Training, Mission Planning and Rehearsal, and Operational Decision Making

11.4 Gaming Simulation

11.4.1 Increasing Demand for Interactive Learning is Projected to Fuel the Adoption of Gaming Simulation

12 Regional Analysis

12.1 Introduction

12.2 North America

12.3 Europe

12.4 Asia Pacific

12.5 Middle East

13 Competitive Landscape

13.1 Introduction

13.2 Competitive Leadership Mapping (Airborne)

13.2.1 Visionary Leaders

13.2.2 Innovators

13.2.3 Dynamic Differentiators

13.2.4 Emerging Companies

13.3 Competitive Leadership Mapping (Land)

13.3.1 Visionary Leaders

13.3.2 Innovators

13.3.3 Dynamic Differentiators

13.3.4 Emerging Companies

13.4 Competitive Leadership Mapping (Maritime)

13.4.1 Visionary Leaders

13.4.2 Innovators

13.4.3 Dynamic Differentiators

13.4.4 Emerging Companies

13.5 Ranking of Key Players, 2018

13.5.1 Winning Imperatives, By Key Players

13.6 Competitive Scenario

13.6.1 New Product Launches

13.6.2 Contracts

13.6.3 Agreements

13.6.4 Others

14 Company Profiles

14.1 CAE Inc.

14.2 L3Harris Technologies, Inc.

14.3 Thales Group

14.4 Indra Sistemas SA

14.5 Saab AB

14.6 Flightsafety International

14.7 Boeing

14.8 Collins Aerospace

14.9 Airbus S.A.S.

14.10 Tru Simulation + Training Inc.

14.11 Raytheon Company

14.12 Elite Simulation Solutions

14.13 Frasca International, Inc.

14.14 Precision Flight Controls, Inc.

14.15 Avion Group

14.16 Simcom Aviation Training

14.17 Kongsberg Maritime

14.18 VSTEP BV

14.19 ARI Simulation

14.20 ECA Group

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