Naval Combat Systems: Requirements and Holdings Report 2016

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The market for naval combat systems (NCS) is buoyant as countries seek to modernise and upgrade systems to keep up with the pace of technology change and the evolving threat spectrum. The term NCS includesweapon, sensor, communications and EW systems and can constitute well over 50% by value of the cost of warships and submarines. To give an indication of size, the market for naval sensors alone is forecast to be worth over $20 billion in the next decade.

This report details all the known current naval combat system capabilities and planned requirements for each navy, coast guard and maritime authority. Download the full report here.