Global Soldier Systems Market and Technology Report 2019-2027: Market is Expected to Move from Independent Equipment to Integrated Equipment

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The cumulative market is expected to surpass USD 96 Billion during the forecast period.

The increase in complexity of warfare led to an increase in causalities, the combat zones in Vietnam, Korea, Iraq and Afghanistan had their individual challenges. The need for increasing the survivability forced nations to equip the soldiers with state-of-the-art protection and combat systems. Ironically, the effect has been a sharp rise in post-war non-combat injuries that pointed at excessive load as the cause for the musculoskeletal injuries. The Defense Departments across the world are focusing on manufacturing innovative material which is lighter in weight and stronger in performance.

The market is expected to move from Independent equipment to Integrated equipment through the study period. The APAC market is expected to account for more than one-third of the Global Soldier Systems market.

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