Military Artificial Intelligence (AI) Market Report 2018-2028 – Visiongain Report

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LONDON, October 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —

Forecasts by Application (Warfare Platform, Cyber Security, Logistics & Transportation, Target Recognition, Battlefield Healthcare, Simulation & Training, Threat Monitoring & Situational Awareness, Information Processing, Planning & Allocation), by Platform (Land, Airborne, Naval, Space), by Offering (Hardware, Software, Services) and Analysis of Leading Companies Developing Decision Making Software, Machine Learning, Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS), Self-Teaching Military Robots, Self-Driving Combat Cars 

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Recent advances in artificial intelligence and applications on defence platforms has led Visiongain to publish this new report. The $7,453 million military artificial intelligence market is expected to flourish over the next few years because of rising adoption of cloud based services by militaries and also because increased funding from military intelligence agencies to develop AI integrated systems is expected to feed through in the latter part of the decade driving growth to new levels. If you want to be part of this growing industry, then read on to discover how you can maximise your investment potential.

Report highlights 

More Than 100 Tables, Charts, And Graphs 

Analysis Of Key Players In The Military Artificial Intelligence Market
• BAE Systems
• Northrop Grumman
• Lockheed Martin
• Harris Corporation
• SparkCognition
• Thales
• General Dynamics
• Leidos
• Raytheon Company
• The Boeing Company

Global Military Artificial Intelligence Market Outlook And Analysis From 2018-2028 

Military Artificial Intelligence Application Forecasts And Analysis From 2018-2028
• Warfare Platform Forecast 2018-2028
• Cyber Security Forecast 2018-2028
• Logistics And Transportation Forecast 2018-2028
• Target Recognition Forecast 2018-2028
• Battlefield Healthcare Forecast 2018-2028
• Simulation And Training Forecast 2018-2028
• Threat Monitoring And Situational Awareness Forecast 2018-2028
• Information Processing Forecast 2018-2028
• Planning And Allocation Forecast 2018-2028

Military Artificial Intelligence Platform Forecast And Analysis From 2018-2028
• Airborne Forecast 2018-2028
• Land Based Forecast 2018-2028
• Naval Forecast 2018-2028
• Space Forecast 2018-2028

Military Artificial Intelligence Offering Forecast And Analysis From 2018-2028
• Software Forecast 2018-2028
• Hardware Forecast 2018-2028
• Services Forecast 2018-2028

• Regional Military Artificial Intelligence Market Forecasts From 2018-2028
• US Military Artificial Intelligence Forecast 2018-2028
• U.K. Military Artificial Intelligence Forecast 2018-2028
• France Military Artificial Intelligence Forecast 2018-2028
• Germany Military Artificial Intelligence Forecast 2018-2028
• Russia Military Artificial Intelligence Forecast 2018-2028
• China Military Artificial Intelligence Forecast 2018-2028
• Japan Military Artificial Intelligence Forecast 2018-2028
• South Korea Military Artificial Intelligence Forecast 2018-2028
• India Military Artificial Intelligence Forecast 2018-2028
• Israel Military Artificial Intelligence Forecast 2018-2028
• Rest of the World Military Artificial Intelligence Forecast 2018-2028

Key Questions Answered
• What does the future hold for the military artificial intelligence industry?
• Where should you target your business strategy?
• Which applications should you focus upon?
• Which disruptive technologies should you invest in?
• Which companies should you form strategic alliances with?
• Which company is likely to success and why?
• What business models should you adopt?
• What industry trends should you be aware of?

Target Audience
Military artificial intelligence companies
• Defence contractors
• Hardware Suppliers
• Software developers
• Autonomous vehicle specialists
• Cyber security companies
• Electronics companies
• Technologists
• R&D staff
• Consultants
• Analysts
• CEO’s
• CIO’s
• COO’s
• Business development managers
• Investors
• Governments
• Agencies
• Industry organisations
• Banks

To request a report overview of this report please contact Sara Peerun at sara.peerun@visiongain.com or refer to our website: https://www.visiongain.com/report/military-artificial-intelligence-ai-market-report-2018-2028/

ALTI
Amazon Web Services
Autonomous Solutions
BAE Systems plc
Baidu
Boeing’s Defence, Space & Security
Boston Dynamics
Centaurus Technology
Charles River Analytics
China Electronics Technology Group
Cisco
Defence Innovation Unit Experimental (DIUx)
DMI
Exelis Inc
GE Digital
General Dynamics Corporation
General Electric
Google
Google Cloud
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
Harris Corporation
Hi-Tech Robotic Systemz
HP
IBM
IBM, National Instruments
Intel
L-3 Communications Holdings, Inc.
L-3 Technologies
Leidos
Leonardo
LIGNex1
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Lockheed Martin’s Information Systems & Global Solutions
Machine Halo
microdrones
Micron Technology
Microsoft
Moog
MRX Global Holding Corp
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Nvidia
Oracle
PrecisionHawk
Raytheon Company
Rockwell Collins
SAIC
Samsung Electronics
SAP
SAS
ShieldAI
Siemens
Soartech
SparkCognition.
SRI International
SuperFlex
Technomax
Thales AG
Thales Group
The Boeing Company
UAVE Ltd.
Ultra Electronics
Ultra Electronics Advanced Tactical Systems from
UMS Skeldar
Uptake Technologies
Virsec
Xilinx

Organisations mentioned
Australian Army
Australian government
British Army
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO)
U.S. Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
French Ministry of Defence
Indian Air Force
Indian Army
Indian Ministry of Defence
Indian Navy
Indian Space Research Organisation, Atomic Energy Commission
Intelligence Community
Israel Defence Forces (IDF)
National Institute of Standards and Technology. (NIST)
National Reconnaissance Office
National Security Agency (NSA)
National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence
NATO
Netherlands Ministry of Defence
Qatar armed forces
Strategic Council for AI
U.K. Government
U.S. Air Force
U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command
U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command
U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL)
U.S. Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
U.S. Defence Information Systems Agency (DISA)
U.S. Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA)
U.S. Department of Defence
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Government
U.S. Intelligence and Security Command’s (INSCOM)
U.S. Marines Corp (USMC)
U.S. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
U.S. Navy
U.S. Pentagon
U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM)
UAE Armed Forces

To see a report overview please e-mail Sara Peerun on sara.peerun@visiongain.com

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