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Top 20 Military Electro-Optical Infrared (EO/IR) Technology Companies 2014 : Competitive Landscape Analysis

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- Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd
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- Airbus Group
- BAE Systems PLC
- Elbit Systems Ltd
- Excelitas Technologies
- Exelis Inc

- Finmeccanica SpA
- FLIR Systems Inc
- General Dynamics Corporation
- Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd
- L-3 Communications Holdings
- Leidos
- Lockheed Martin Corporation
- Northrop Grumman Corporation
- Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd
- Raytheon Company
- Rockwell Collins Inc
- Textron Inc
- Thales Group
- Ultra Electronics Holdings PLC
- United Technologies Corporation
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1. Executive Summary

1.1 Assessing the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market Landscape
1.2 Report Benefits and Highlights
1.3 Report Structure
1.4 Methodology

2. Introduction to the 20 Leading Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Companies 2014

2.1 Defining the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market
2.2 Types of Electro-Optical Infrared Technology
2.2.1 Image Intensification (I2) Systems
2.2.2 Optical Camera Systems
2.2.3 Infrared Systems
2.2.4 Laser Systems
2.3 Military Applications for Electro-Optical Infrared Technologies
2.4 Emerging Technologies/Developments in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Market
2.5 Trend Analysis of the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market

3. Competitor Positioning in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market

3.1 Leading 20 Companies in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market
3.2 Composition of the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market
3.3 Common-Size Analysis of the Leading 20 Companies in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market

4. The 20 Leading Companies in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market

4.1 Airbus Group (formerly European Aeronautic Defence and Space, EADS) Overview
4.1.1 Airbus Group Company Structure, Historic Revenue, Contracts and Products
4.1.2 EADS Restructuring as Airbus Group
4.1.3 Airbus Group Competitors
4.1.4 Cassidian to Merge with Astrium to form Airbus Defence & Space
4.1.5 Airbus Group Regional Focus
4.1.6 Airbus Group Mergers and Acquisitions
4.2.7 Airbus Group SWOT Analysis
4.2 BAE Systems PLC Overview
4.2.1 BAE Systems PLC Company Structure, Historic Revenue, Contracts and Products
4.2.2 BAE Systems Expanding its International Businesses
4.2.3 BAE Systems PLC Competitors
4.2.4 Falling Revenues for BAE's Electronic Systems Division
4.2.5 BAE Systems PLC Regional Focus
4.2.6 BAE Systems PLC Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
4.2.7 BAE Systems PLC SWOT Analysis
4.3 Elbit Systems Ltd Overview

4.3.1 Elbit Systems Ltd Company Structure, Historic Revenue, Contracts and Products
4.3.2 Elbit Systems Ltd Specialists in Military Electronics and Sensors
4.3.3 Elbit Systems Ltd Competitors
4.3.4 Elbit Systems Ltd Seeking Profitable Electronics Investments
4.3.5 Elbit Systems Ltd Regional Focus
4.3.6 Elbit Systems Ltd Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
4.3.7 Elbit Systems Ltd SWOT Analysis
4.4 Excelitas Technologies Overview
4.4.1 Excelitas Technologies Company Structure, Contracts and Products
4.4.2 Excelitas Technologies Looking to Expand
4.4.3 Excelitas Technologies Competitors
4.4.4 Excelitas Technologies Signals Intent with Acquisition of Qioptiq
4.4.5 Excelitas Technologies Regional Focus
4.4.6 Excelitas Technologies Mergers and Acquisitions
4.4.7 Excelitas Technologies SWOT Analysis
4.5 Exelis Inc (formerly ITT Exelis) Overview
4.5.1 Exelis Inc Company Structure, Historic Revenue, Contracts and Products
4.5.2 Exelis Inc Looking to Benefit from Independence
4.5.3 Exelis Inc Competitors
4.5.4 Falling US Spending a Serious Concern for Exelis Inc

4.5.5 Exelis Inc Regional Focus
4.5.6 Exelis Inc Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
4.5.7 Exelis Inc SWOT Analysis
4.6 Finmeccanica SpA Overview
4.6.1 Finmeccanica SpA Company Structure, Historic Revenue, Contracts and Products
4.6.2 Finmeccanica SpA - a Sprawling Conglomerate
4.6.3 Finmeccanica SpA Competitors
4.6.4 Finmeccanica Facing Substantial Commercial Threats
4.6.5 Finmeccanica SpA Regional Focus
4.6.6 Finmeccanica SpA Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
4.6.7 Finmeccanica SpA SWOT Analysis
4.7 FLIR Systems Inc Overview
4.7.1 FLIR Systems Inc Company Structure, Historic Revenue, Contracts and Products
4.7.2 FLIR Systems Inc Developing Commercial off the Shelf Solutions
4.7.3 FLIR Systems Inc Competitors
4.7.4 Evaporating Sales a Major Concern for FLIR Systems Inc
4.7.5 FLIR Systems Inc Regional Focus
4.7.6 FLIR Systems Inc Mergers and Acquisitions
4.7.7 FLIR Systems Inc SWOT Analysis
4.8 General Dynamics Corporation Overview

4.8.1 General Dynamics Corporation Company Structure, Historic Revenue,
Contracts and Products
4.8.2 General Dynamics Corporation a Top 100 Fortune 500 Company
4.8.3 General Dynamics Corporation Competitors
4.8.4 Intangible Asset Impairments Affecting General Dynamics
4.8.5 General Dynamics Corporation Regional Focus
4.8.6 General Dynamics Corporation Mergers and Acquisitions
4.8.7 General Dynamics Corporation SWOT Analysis
4.9 Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Ltd Overview
4.9.1 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Company Structure, Historic Revenue,
Contracts and Products
4.9.2 IAI Subsidiary Tamam Aiming to Expand Export Sales
4.9.3 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Competitors
4.9.4 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Focusing on Exports
4.9.5 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Regional Focus
4.9.6 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Mergers and Acquisitions
4.9.7 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd SWOT Analysis
4.10 L-3 Communications Holdings Overview
4.10.1 L-3 Communications Holdings Company Structure, Historic Revenue,
Contracts and Products
4.10.2 L-3 Communications Balancing Restructuring with Research and
Development Investment
4.10.3 L-3 Communications Holdings Competitors
4.10.4 L-3 Communications Divesting Non-Core Assets
4.10.5 L-3 Communications Holdings Regional Focus
4.10.6 L-3 Communications Holdings Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
4.10.7 L-3 Communications Holdings SWOT Analysis

4.11 Leidos (formerly Science Applications International Corporation - SAIC)
Overview
4.11.1 Leidos Company Structure, Historic Revenue, Contracts and Products
4.11.2 Leidos Planning to Reshape its Business Operations
4.11.3 Leidos Competitors
4.11.4 Leidos' Potential Addressable Market Worth up to $30bn
4.11.5 Leidos Regional Focus
4.11.6 Leidos Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
4.11.7 Leidos SWOT Analysis
4.12 Lockheed Martin Corporation Overview
4.12.1 Lockheed Martin Corporation Company Structure, Historic Revenue,
Contracts and Products
4.12.2 Lockheed Martin Corporation is the Dominant Player in the Military Electro
Optical Infrared Technology Market
4.12.3 Lockheed Martin Corporation Competitors
4.12.4 Lockheed Martin Maintains Strong Performance in 2013 Despite Challenging
Business Conditions
4.12.5 Lockheed Martin Corporation Regional Focus
4.12.6 Lockheed Martin Corporation Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
4.12.7 Lockheed Martin Corporation SWOT Analysis
4.13 Northrop Grumman Corporation Overview
4.13.1 Northrop Grumman Corporation Company Structure, Historic Revenue,
Contracts and Products
4.13.2 Northrop Grumman - a World Leader in Military Electro-Optical Infrared
Technologies
4.13.3 Northrop Grumman Corporation Competitors
4.13.4 Northrop Grumman Targeting Increased Market Share
4.13.5 Northrop Grumman Corporation Regional Focus

4.13.6 Northrop Grumman Corporation Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
4.13.7 Northrop Grumman Corporation SWOT Analysis
4.14 Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd Overview
4.14.1 Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd Company Structure, Historic
Revenue, Contracts and Products
4.14.2 Rafael Seeking to Expand International Revenues
4.14.3 Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd Competitors
4.14.4 Rafael and Israel Military Industries Merger Back on the Cards?
4.14.5 Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd Regional Focus
4.14.6 Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd Mergers and Acquisitions
4.14.7 Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd SWOT Analysis
4.15 Raytheon Company Overview
4.15.1 Raytheon Company Structure, Historic Revenue, Contracts and Products
4.15.2 Raytheon Generates $581m in Military Electro-Optical Infrared Revenues
4.15.3 Raytheon Company Competitors
4.15.4 Raytheon Possibly Looking to Exit the Military EO/IR Market
4.15.5 Raytheon Company Regional Focus
4.15.6 Raytheon Company Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
4.15.7 Raytheon Company SWOT Analysis
4.16 Rockwell Collins Inc Overview

4.16.1 Rockwell Collins Inc Company Structure, Historic Revenue, Contracts and
Products
4.16.2 Rockwell Collins Reducing its Presence in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared
Market
4.16.3 Rockwell Collins Inc Competitors
4.16.4 Rockwell Collins Inc Diversifying its Operations with the Acquisition of ARINC
Inc
4.16.5 Rockwell Collins Inc Regional Focus
4.16.6 Rockwell Collins Inc Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
4.16.7 Rockwell Collins SWOT Analysis
4.17 Textron Inc Overview
4.17.1 Textron Inc Company Structure, Historic Revenue, Contracts and Products
4.17.2 Textron Inc Developing Innovative New Technologies
4.17.3 Textron Inc Competitors
4.17.4 Textron Inc Promoting its Award Winning MicroObserver Unattended Ground
Sensor
4.17.5 Textron Inc Regional Focus
4.17.6 Textron Inc Mergers and Acquisitions
4.17.7 Textron Inc SWOT Analysis
4.18 Thales Group Overview

4.18.1 Thales Group Company Structure, Historic Revenue, Contracts and Products
4.18.2 Tougher Times Ahead for Thales Optronics
4.18.3 Thales Group Competitors
4.18.4 Thales Increasing its Electro-Optical Infrared Presence
4.18.5 Thales Group Regional Focus
4.18.6 Thales Group Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
4.18.7 Thales Group SWOT Analysis
4.19 Ultra Electronics Holdings PLC
4.19.1 Ultra Electronics Holdings PLC Company Structure, Historic Revenue,
Contracts and Products
4.19.2 Ultra Electronics Achieving Growth Through Acquisitions
4.19.3 Ultra Electronics Holdings PLC Competitors
4.19.4 Ultra Electronics Anticipating Rising Military Investment in Airborne and Naval
Electronic Systems
4.19.5 Ultra Electronics Holdings PLC Regional Focus
4.19.6 Ultra Electronics Holdings PLC Mergers and Acquisitions
4.19.7 Ultra Electronics Holdings PLC SWOT Analysis
4.20 United Technologies Corporation
4.20.1 United Technologies Corporation Company Structure, Historic Revenue,
Contracts and Products

4.20.2 UTC's Position in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Market Substantially
Enhanced with the Acquisition of Goodrich
4.20.3 United Technologies Corporation Competitors
4.20.4 UTC Seeking to Increase its International Exposure
4.20.5 United Technologies Corporation Regional Focus
4.20.6 United Technologies Corporation Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
4.20.7 United Technologies Corporation SWOT Analysis
4.21 Selected Other Leading Companies in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared
Technology Market

5. SWOT and STEP Analysis of the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market 2014

5.1 SWOT Analysis of the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market 2014
5.2 STEP Analysis of the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market 2014

6. Expert Opinion

6.1 Cassidian Optronics GmbH
6.1.1 Broad Portfolio of Electro-Optical Infrared Sensor Solutions
6.1.2 Electro-Optical Infrared Products for Defence, Security and Civil Markets
6.1.3 Diverse Product Portfolio and Multi-Platform Capabilities

6.1.4 Export Markets Central to Cassidian Optronics' Success
6.1.5 Adapting to Changing Market Conditions
6.1.6 Maintaining a Competitive Edge
6.1.7 Main Competitors in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market
6.1.8 Innovations in Electro-Optical Infrared Systems and Sensors
6.1.9 Significant Technological Trends in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market
6.1.10 Meeting Customer Needs
6.1.11 EO/IR Market Outlook for Cassidian Optronics GmbH
6.2 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd
6.2.1 Broad Spectrum Capabilities
6.2.2 IAI's Electro-Optical Infrared Systems Important in Overall Operations
6.2.3 IAI's Electro-Optical Infrared Products and Services
6.2.4 IAI's Revenue in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Market
6.2.5 IAI's International Focus
6.2.6 Developing New Products for Growing Military Markets
6.2.7 Innovation and Combat Proven Systems Crucial to IAI's Success
6.2.8 Competition and Differentiation
6.2.9 Developments in Electro-Optical Infrared Technologies
6.2.10 Emerging Trends and Technologies in the Electro-Optical Infrared Market
6.2.11 Commercial Challenges and Opportunities

6.2.12 New Systems Development
6.2.13 Electro-Optical Infrared Market Prospects
6.3 Leidos
6.3.1 Electro-Optical Infrared Systems
6.3.2 Sensor Payloads and Video Exploitation Technology
6.3.3 Shifting Patterns of Demand
6.3.4 Significant Current Programmes and the Importance of Innovation
6.3.5 Competitors in the Electro-Optical Infrared Market
6.3.6 Developments in Electro-Optical Infrared Systems
6.3.7 Technological Trends
6.3.8 Emerging Markets and Opportunities
6.3.9 Electro-Optical Infrared Market Prospects

7. Conclusions

7.1 Market Share & Outlook for the 20 Leading Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Companies
7.2 Analysing the Future Outlook of the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market

8. Glossary

List of Tables

Table 2.1 Leading 20 Companies in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market 2014 (Company Name, Electro-Optical Infrared Subsidiary/Division)
Table 2.2 Types of Electro-Optical Infrared Systems (Electro-Optical Infrared Technology, Description)
Table 2.3 Military Applications for Electro-Optical Infrared Technologies (Electro-Optical Infrared Technology, Military Application)
Table 2.4 Emerging Technologies/Developments in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market (Technology/Development, Description)
Table 3.1 Leading 20 Companies in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market 2012 (Military EO/IR Market Ranking, Company, Total Revenue $m, Revenue in Military EO/IR Market $m, Market Share %)
Table 3.2 Common-Size Analysis of the Leading 20 Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Companies 2012 (Company, Revenue $m, Gross Profit Margin %, Company Funded R&D Investment %, Profit Margin %)
Table 4.1 Airbus Group Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.2 Airbus Group Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2011-2013 (Date, Country, Details, Model/Type)
Table 4.3 Airbus Group Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.4 Airbus Group SWOT Analysis 2014
Table 4.5 BAE Systems PLC Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 4.6 BAE Systems PLC Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2009-2013 (Date, Country, Value $m, Expires, Details, Model/Type, $/year)
Table 4.7 BAE Systems PLC Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.8 BAE Systems PLC SWOT Analysis 2014
Table 4.9 Elbit Systems Ltd Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.10 Elbit Systems Ltd Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2010-2013 (Date, Country, Value $m, Expires, Details, Model/Type, $/year)
Table 4.11 Elbit Systems Ltd Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.12 Elbit Systems Ltd SWOT Analysis
Table 4.13 Excelitas Technologies Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Website)
Table 4.14 Excelitas Technologies Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.15 Qioptiq Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.16 Excelitas Technologies SWOT Analysis 2014

Table 4.17 Exelis Inc Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.18 Exelis Inc Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2010-2013 (Date, Country, Value $m, Expires, Details, Model/Type, $/year)
Table 4.19 Exelis Inc Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.20 Exelis Inc SWOT Analysis 2014
Table 4.21 Finmeccanica SpA Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.22 Finmeccanica SpA Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2009-2013 (Date, Division, Country, Value $m, Expires, Details, Model/Type, $/year)
Table 4.23 Finmeccanica SpA Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Company Division, Product, Specification)
Table 4.24 Finmeccanica SpA SWOT Analysis 2014
Table 4.25 FLIR Systems Inc Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.26 FLIR Systems Inc Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2010-2013 (Date, Country, Value $m, Expires, Details, Model/Type, $/year)
Table 4.27 FLIR Systems Inc Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)

Table 4.28 FLIR Systems Inc SWOT Analysis 2014
Table 4.29 General Dynamics Corporation Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.30 General Dynamics Corporation Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2010-2013 (Date, Country, Value $m, Expires, Details, Model/Type, $/year)
Table 4.31 General Dynamics Corporation Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.32 General Dynamics Corporation SWOT Analysis 2014
Table 4.33 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.34 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2011-2013 (Date, Country, Value $m, Details, Model/Type)
Table 4.35 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.36 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd SWOT Analysis 2014

Table 4.37 L-3 Communications Holdings Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.38 L-3 Communications Holdings Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2009-2013 (Date, Country, Value $m, Expires, Details, Model/Type, $/year)
Table 4.39 L-3 Communications Holdings Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.40 L-3 Communications Holdings SWOT Analysis 2014
Table 4.41 Leidos Company Overview 2014 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.42 Leidos (SAIC) Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2011-2012 (Date, Country, Value $m, Expires, Details, Model/Type, $/year)
Table 4.43 Leidos Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.44 Leidos SWOT Analysis 2014
Table 4.45 Lockheed Martin Corporation Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.46 Lockheed Martin Corporation Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2010-2013 (Date, Country, Value $m, Expires, Details, Model/Type, $/year)
Table 4.47 Lockheed Martin Corporation Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.48 Lockheed Martin Corporation SWOT Analysis 2014

Table 4.49 Northrop Grumman Corporation Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.50 Northrop Grumman Corporation Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2010-2013 (Date, Country, Value $m, Expires, Details, Model/Type, $/year)
Table 4.51 Northrop Grumman Corporation Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.52 Northrop Grumman Corporation SWOT Analysis 2014
Table 4.53 Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Website)
Table 4.54 Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2011-2012 (Date, Country, Value $m, Expires, Details, Model/Type, $/year)
Table 4.55 Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.56 Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd SWOT Analysis 2014
Table 4.57 Raytheon Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.58 Raytheon Company Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2008-2013 (Date, Country, Value $m, Expires, Details, Model/Type, $/year)
Table 4.59 Raytheon Company Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.60 Raytheon Company SWOT Analysis
Table 4.61 Rockwell Collins Inc Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.62 Rockwell Collins Inc Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2010-2013 (Date, Country, Value $m, Expires, Details, Model/Type, $/year)
Table 4.63 Rockwell Collins Inc Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)

Table 4.64 Rockwell Collins Inc SWOT Analysis 2014
Table 4.65 Textron Inc Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.66 Textron Inc Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2013 (Date, Country, Value $m, Details, Model/Type)
Table 4.67 Textron Inc Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.68 Textron Inc SWOT Analysis 2014
Table 4.69 Thales Group Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.70 Thales Group Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2006-2013 (Date, Country, Details, Model/Type)
Table 4.71 Thales Group Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)

Table 4.72 Thales Group SWOT Analysis 2014
Table 4.73 Ultra Electronics Holdings PLC Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.74 Ultra Electronics Holdings PLC Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2012-2013 (Date, Country, Details, Model/Type)
Table 4.75 Ultra Electronics Holdings PLC Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.76 Ultra Electronics Holdings PLC SWOT Analysis 2014
Table 4.77 United Technologies Corporation Company Overview 2012 (Ranking, Total Revenue $m, Revenue from Military EO/IR Market $m, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military EO/IR Market Share %, Total Company Capital Expenditure $m, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.78 United Technologies Corporation Major Electro-Optical Infrared Contracts & Programmes 2010-2013 (Date, Country, Value $m, Expires, Details, Model/Type, $/year)
Table 4.79 United Technologies Corporation Selected Military Electro-Optical Infrared Products & Services 2014 (Product, Specification)
Table 4.80 United Technologies Corporation SWOT Analysis 2014
Table 4.81 Selected Other Leading Companies in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market 2014 (Company, Product/Service)
Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis of the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market 2014
Table 5.2 STEP Analysis of the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market 2014

List of Figures

Figure 2.1 Trend Analysis of the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market 2014
Figure 3.1 Leading 20 Companies in the Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market 2012 (% share)
Figure 3.2 Leading 20 Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Companies by HQ Location (Region, Number)
Figure 3.3 Leading 20 Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Companies by HQ Location (Region, Revenue $m)
Figure 3.4 Common-Size Analysis of the Leading 20 Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Companies (Gross Profit Margin %, Company Funded R&D Investment %, Net Profit Margin %)
Figure 4.1 Airbus Group Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.2 Airbus Group Company Structure 2014
Figure 4.3 Airbus Group Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 4.4 BAE Systems PLC Military Electro-Optical Infrared Technology Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.5 BAE Systems PLC Company Structure 2014

Figure 4.6 BAE Systems Ltd Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 4.7 Elbit Systems Ltd Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.8 Elbit Systems Ltd Company Structure 2014
Figure 4.9 Elbit Systems Ltd Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 4.10 Elbit Systems Ltd Regional Focus 2012 (Revenue $m, % of total revenue)
Figure 4.11 Excelitas Technologies Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.12 Excelitas Technologies Company Structure 2014
Figure 4.13 Exelis Inc Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.14 Exelis Inc Company Structure 2014
Figure 4.15 Exelis Inc Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 4.16 Finmeccanica SpA Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.17 Finmeccanica SpA Company Structure 2014
Figure 4.18 Finmeccanica SpA Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 4.19 Finmeccanica SpA Regional Focus 2012 (Revenue $m, % of total revenue)
Figure 4.20 FLIR Systems Inc Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.21 FLIR Systems Inc Company Structure 2014
Figure 4.22 FLIR Systems Inc Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 4.23 FLIR Systems Inc Regional Focus 2012 (Revenue $m, % of total revenue)
Figure 4.24 General Dynamics Corporation Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.25 General Dynamics Corporation Company Structure 2014

Figure 4.26 General Dynamics Corporation Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 4.27 General Dynamics Corporation Regional Focus 2012 (Revenue $m, % of total revenue)
Figure 4.28 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.29 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Company Structure 2014
Figure 4.30 Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 4.31 L-3 Communications Holdings Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.32 L-3 Communications Holdings Company Structure 2014
Figure 4.33 L-3 Communications Holdings Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 4.34 L-3 Communications Holdings Regional Focus 2012 (Revenue $m, % of total revenue)
Figure 4.35 Leidos Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.36 Leidos Company Structure 2014
Figure 4.37 Science Applications International Corporation Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 4.38 Lockheed Martin Corporation Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.39 Lockheed Martin Corporation Company Structure 2014
Figure 4.40 Lockheed Martin Corporation Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 4.41 Northrop Grumman Corporation Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.42 Northrop Grumman Corporation Company Structure 2014
Figure 4.43 Northrop Grumman Corporation Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 4.44 Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.45 Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd Company Structure 2014
Figure 4.46 Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 4.47 Raytheon Company Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.48 Raytheon Company Structure 2014
Figure 4.49 Raytheon Company Revenue 2008-2012 ($bn)
Figure 4.50 Rockwell Collins Inc Market Share 2012 (% Market Share)
Figure 4.51 Rockwell Collins Inc Company Structure 201

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