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The likely shape of the Defence Industry in the future. Simon Allan Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP. Structure of Presentation. Assumptions Some existing trends Some sources of change Synthesis. Policy Assumptions. DIS maintained Defence Procurement Directive implemented
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The feasible state of the Defense Industry later on Simon Allan Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP

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Structure of Presentation Assumptions Some current patterns Some wellsprings of progress Synthesis

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Policy Assumptions DIS kept up Defense Procurement Directive actualized UK Market stays "open" Constant spending Shipbuilding and complex weapons in an exceptional position

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Policy Assumptions UK Defense Spending as % of GDP Calculation = Defense Expenditure Limits as a rate of total national output at market costs. Sources: Defense Spending Reviews 2004 and 2007 and UK National Statistics UK Output, Income and Expenditure 2 nd Qtr 2007

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Martin Marietta OAO Corp Sipping Holdings Sytax Gray Lockheed ACS Lockheed Martin Stasy Ltd (UK) Aspen Systems Loral Oricon Boeing Co Jeppeson Sanderson Rockwell Aerospace C-Map Boeing Co. Hughes Electronics McDonnell Douglas Aviall British Aerospace Siemens Plessey Electronic Systems United Defense Industries GKN Vickers Alvis SEMA BAE Systems LM Electronics Systems Marconi ATPI STI Armor Holdings Westinhouse Electric Teledyne Ryan Litton Industries TWR Inc. Illgen Simulation Northrop Corp Northrop Grumman Corp Logicon Newport News Shipbuiding Xon Tech Integic Corp Hughes Aircraft Honey well Business Unit Raytheon E-Systems Oakley Networks Raytheon Corp Photon Research CTAS Texas Instruments Solypsis Corp Beechcraft Industry union 1995 2000 2005

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Industry Consolidation Capacity impacts Competition impacts Market fascination impacts

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Mod Procurement Strategies Outsourcing/PPPs/Privatization Condo/Sponsored Reserves Use of "integrator" models – FRES, MFTS and so forth

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Platform Longevity Upgrades Inserts TLCM

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"unmanned" Technologies Section 220 National Defense Authority Act 2006 " It might be an objective of the Armed Forces that: (1) by 2010, 33% of the flying machine in the fleet are unmanned; and (2) by 2015, 33% of the operational ground battle vehicles are unmanned"

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Changes to the "definition" of "barrier" Social hunger for supported ground troop organizations? Limits amongst "protection" and "country security" Cyber fighting – monetary "fighting" – sovereign assets Climate change/security of supply issues

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Synthesis Growing bolster benefit organizations High level frameworks integrators upheld by coordinated innovation organizations Consolidation with larger amounts of "remote" possession New item "sections" eg UAVs, UCAVs and so forth Migration to "new" markets with higher edges and better social profile

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