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Global Military Battery Market

DUBLIN, January 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --


Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/n9lkwd/global_military) has announced the addition of the "Global Military Battery Market" report to their offering. 

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This study analyses the global market for military batteries. It includes revenue forecast, pricing trends, market trends, opportunities, and competitive overview for the period 2009-2017. The analysis is analysed through two segments; it is categorised by battery chemistry and by end-user application. Geographic region segmentation includes North America, South America and Central America (Americas); Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia-Pacific (APAC). Key drivers and restraints, along with the military programmes that drive the demand for batteries, are discussed in detail in this study. 

Key Questions This Study Will Answer:

  • Is the market growing? How long will it continue to grow, and at what rate?
  • What is the role of emerging economies in the demand for military batteries?
  • Which military application creates a significant demand for batteries?
  • What are the latest military equipment technologies? How do they affect the military battery market?
  • Do the military batteries supplied meet the requirement or is additional development needed?
  • How important is the military equipment market to battery vendors?

Scope

  • The study discusses the potential for batteries used in military applications; it includes defence, aerospace and naval applications.

Segmentation 

  • The global military battery market is segmented by battery chemistry, end-user application, and geographic region.

Revenue 

  • Revenue is defined as manufacturers earnings on shipping a battery on a particular year. Revenue from service and other value-added enhancements are not considered.
  • Revenue for lithium-ion batteries is derived from the battery pack manufacturer shipping these batteries, and not just a lithium-ion cell manufacturer supplying cells to battery pack assemblers.

CEO's Perspective 

  • Growth is largely expected from Asia-Pacific and Middle East region, while the revenue contribution from the US would be the highest.
  • The demand from UAVs and man portable devices is expected to increase, while demand from backup application would remain strong.
  • High energy density with light weight and high efficiency remains the key criteria for military batteries.
  • Declining defence budgets have long-term impact on the demand for OEM batteries.
  • OEM distribution channel is likely to remain the key revenue contribution, while direct sales (as replacement market) is likely to witness growth.


Key Topics Covered: 


Executive Summary 

Market Overview 

Total Military Battery Market 

  • Drivers and Restraints
  • Forecast and Trends
  • Market Share and Competitive Analysis

Lead-acid Battery Segment Breakdown 

Nickel-based Battery Segment Breakdown 

Lithium-ion Battery Segment Breakdown 

Lithium Battery Segment Breakdown 

Other Battery Segment Breakdown 

Aircraft End-User Application Segment Breakdown 

Communication and Surveillance Equipment End-user Application Segment Breakdown

Ground Vehicles End-user Application Segment Breakdown 

Other End-user Applications Segment Breakdown 

Americas Breakdown 

EMEA Breakdown 

Asia-Pacific Breakdown 

The Last Word 

Appendix 

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/n9lkwd/global_military


Media Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]


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