Global military simulations and virtual training report reveals compact market

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DUBLIN, 30 July 2012. A majority of the global military simulation and virtual training industry, which is highly concentrated, is captured by technology companies in the U.S. and Europe, including Lockheed Martin, Boeing, CAE, Saab, and L-3 Link Simulation and Training. These companies operate globally through established subsidiaries in major countries, according to iCD Research's "The Global Military Simulations and Virtual Training Market 2011-2021 - Competitive Landscape and Strategic Insights: Market Profile" report, available from Research and Markets.

The report provides the leading military simulations and training market segments in various global regions, as well as delivers details on top companies active across the global military simulations and virtual training market.

The report also provides a detailed analysis of the competitive landscape of the military simulations and virtual training industry. It provides an overview of military simulations and virtual training companies, and information about key alliances and strategic initiatives.

"The Global Military Simulations and Virtual Training Market 2011-2021 - Competitive Landscape and Strategic Insights: Market Profile" provides:

- insight into the competitive landscape of the global Military Simulations and Virtual Training market.

- detailed company profiles of 20 leading Military Simulations and Virtual Training companies and related systems manufacturing companies across the world.

- the activity of key Military Simulations and Virtual Training companies, together with insights such as key alliances, strategic initiatives, and a brief financial analysis.

Companies mentioned include:

- Lockheed Martin Corporation

- Boeing

- CAE

- Saab Sensis Corporation

- L-3 Link Simulation & Training

- AAI Corporation

- DCNS

- Cassidian

- Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation

- Rockwell Collins

- Kratos Defense and Security Solutions

- Teledyne Brown Engineering

- Inc

- Raytheon

- HAVELSAN

- DiSTI

- ZedaSoft Inc

- Fidelity Technologies Corporation

- Alenia Aeronautica

- VirTra Systems

- Meggitt Training Systems

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