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Opportunities in Military Training and Simulation: Current and Future Market Trends

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Opportunities in Military Training andOpportunities in Military Training and Simulation: Current and Future Market Trends PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Nov. 14, 2013 -- Frost & Sullivan participates in I/ITSEC 2013 evaluating trends and the future of training and simulation As the U.S. remains deployed overseas, increased emphasis is placed on home station training. Maintaining readiness in the absence of active overseas deployment and consequent combat experience is paramount as U.S. forces continue to face the widest spectrum of threats in history. Therefore, employing the full potential of concepts and technologies embedded in simulations for training is critical in maintaining force readiness under conditions of reduced training outlays and home station training restrictions. "Despite recent fiscal constraint and budgetary uncertainly, training and simulation is one of the most dynamic and rapidly evolving markets witnessing dramatic growth over the past decade and continues as a large growth sector in the global Aerospace and Defense industry," said Frost & Sullivan Aerospace and Defense Senior Industry Analyst Michael Blades. "Training and simulation is vital to education and military readiness, especially in light of reduced budgets. Those even remotely invested in the market need crucial insight to insure they acquire and incorporate the necessary technologies into their operational framework that are essential for success.
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Opportunities in Military Training and Simulation: Current and Future Market Trends

PR Newswire

-- Frost & Sullivan participates in I/ITSEC 2013 evaluating trends and the future of training and simulation

As the U.S. remains deployed overseas, increased emphasis is placed on home station training. Maintaining readiness in the absence of active overseas deployment and consequent combat experience is paramount as U.S. forces continue to face the widest spectrum of threats in history. Therefore, employing the full potential of concepts and technologies embedded in simulations for training is critical in maintaining force readiness under conditions of reduced training outlays and home station training restrictions.