Practice makes perfect—nevertheless a common phrase, it carries significance, especially in the military. Sophisticated military missions are driving military forces to adopt newer generation simulator-based training to bolster their capabilities and efficiency.
On this note, the global military simulation and training market is expected to reach $12.2 billion by 2027, according to the most recent market estimates. The analysis also predicts that growth will take place at a CAGR of 5.6 percent during this period. Factors driving this growth are the rise in geopolitical tensions and defense spending and technological developments in the display. With military fleets undergoing modernization worldwide, manufacturers of high-tech military simulators are making more to familiarize defense personnel with the latest systems and equipment.
On this note, Aerospace and Defense Review shares some key developments in the industry to illustrate how companies are leveraging the latest technologies to improve military training. The edition features thought leadership articles from David Norman, Group Director–Engineer in Advanced Technology, Moog, who breaks down the latest advancements that can drive the defense industry and John Fant, Vice President of Advanced Program Development, Lockheed Martin Space, who talks about cyber security and resilience improvement for the military.
In this edition of Aerospace and Defense Review, we also bring to you some of the top stories of military simulation and training providers that deliver the best military simulation and training for their clients. The list includes United Defense Tactical, which stands out for its military training programs designed based on real-life scenarios that equip the military with excellent defense skills.
We hope this edition assists you in finding the appropriate military simulation and training provider that will deliver innovative services that prepare and strengthen the military forces of tomorrow.
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