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The Market for Naval Radar Systems


This report analyzes the current naval radar market by studying various radar programs that are currently in production or about to enter production.  The programs included in this report are drawn from the reports that Forecast International produces throughout the year.  This analysis does not cover every naval radar program in production or development, but rather those systems and programs that Forecast International believes are indicative of trends in the industry.

This Market Segment Analysis is extracted directly from our Radar Forecast and is designed to provide insightful analysis of niche segments at economical prices. Clients receive the analysis in PDF format via email. The analysis includes 10-year detailed production forecasts, in-depth overviews of the principal market motivators and constraints, and calculations of projected manufacturer market shares by units and value. As an option, clients may wish to upgrade their analysis to include the Complete Data Package.

When you select the Complete Data Package option, you will receive the basic analysis in PDF format via email.  Thereafter, we send you, via express courier, the Complete Data Package.  Benefits of upgrading include a CD containing the full market segment spreadsheet(s) in MS® Excel along with the analysis of the chosen market & supporting reports in MS® Word.  The spreadsheet(s) allows users to insert their own proprietary data for manipulation.  We also provide, in hard copy, the supporting program reports, detailed charts, and a copy of the analysis, complete with 10-year detailed production forecasts all neatly packaged in an executive zipper case. These annually updated products are ideally suited for top-level presentations, and are indispensable for evaluating market potential.



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