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The Indian Defence Market 2012-2022
Published Date: Mar, 2012
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Enabled by substantial economic growth and driven forward by a national policy of military renewal and development, the Indian defence market has been propelled to the forefront of the world stage in relation to global military markets. The rapid rise of Indian defence spending and capabilities reflects India's position not only within the confines of Asia, but throughout the entire world, as the shifting dynamics of geopolitical power tilt its way. Visiongain has determined that the value of the Indian defence market in 2012 amounted to $38.51bn.

The forecasts and analysis are underpinned by extensive expert consultation and include interviews with Ashok Leyland, Samtel Thales Avionics and the head of the defence technical assessment and advisory service of the CII (Confederation of Indian Industry).

Stemming from the lessons learnt through the experiences of the Kargil conflict and the Mumbai attacks, coupled with more traditional border and geopolitical regional threats emanating from both Pakistan and, increasingly, from China, have led India to establish a firm policy of military procurement which looks set to continue beyond the next decade.

India's strategy to improve its defensive capabilities is to strike a balance between twin commitments to both encourage indigenous development and attract the most advanced foreign made defence systems in the world to Indian soil. This strategy, along with India's progression towards a more privately influenced defence market means that from aircraft and submarines, to communications and unmanned vehicles, the Indian defence market offers significant opportunities for future business.

India's quest to modernise and advance its military touches all divisions and areas of Indian defence, including the Army, Navy and Air Force, as well as areas such as research and development, training, and construction. As a consequence, the market remains active for companies with concentrations across all sectors of Indian defence. 

This report contains 89 tables, charts and graphs that add quantitative analysis to explain developing trends within the Indian defence market, as well as individual submarkets that constitute the overall market.

Visiongain provides forecasts for the period 2012-2022 in terms of value (in US$) for the Indian defence market, as well as for the Indian defence revenue and capital expenditure markets. In addition, eight Indian defence capital expenditure submarkets are analysed.

Unique Selling Points

• Comprehensive analysis of the prospects for the Indian defence market from 2012-2022.
• Analysis and forecasting informed by extensive expert consultation with industry leaders. You will be able to read full transcripts of interviews from 3 leading experts involved with the Indian defence market.
• 89 tables, charts and graphs that quantify, analyse and forecast the changing dynamics of the Indian defence market between 2012-2022.
• Forecasts and analysis for the overall Indian defence market over 2012-2022
• Forecasts and analysis for the capital and revenue expenditure sectors of the Indian defence market from 2012-2022.
• Forecasts and analysis for 8 capital expenditure submarkets from 2012-2022.
• Analysis of the underlying issues, strategies and policies that influence and characterise the Indian defence market
• Profiles of the leading companies operating within the Indian defence market, including all 8 defence public sector undertakings (DPSU), 18 Indian private sector companies and 24 international companies alongside profiles of 37 further Indian companies and over 50 joint ventures/partnership agreements.

Methodology

This report has been compiled by combining information obtained from a very wide and rich mixture of primary and secondary research sources, producing a broad industry overview. Visiongain sought opinions from leading figures in Indian defence to underpin the analysis of market drivers and restraints. The study draws on a diverse range of official corporate and governmental announcements, media reports, policy documents, industry statements and expert opinion as a basis for discussing and predicting developments in the Indian defence market between 2012 and 2022.

Visiongain considers that this methodology results in an accurate, objective mixture of analyses and forecasts.

Why you should buy The Indian Defence Market 2012-2022

• You will receive a comprehensive analysis of the Indian defence market from 2012-2022
• The analysis and forecasting has been informed by extensive expert consultation with leading figures in the Indian military and industry. Within the report, you will be able to read full transcripts of interviews from 3 experts involved with the Indian defence market:
- Samtel Thales Avionics Ltd; a new joint venture in the field of avionics,
- Ashok Leyland Defence Systems; a major domestic producer of Indian armoured vehicles,
- The foremost expert on India's defence procurement processes; Major General (ret.) Mrinal Suman
• You will find 89 tables, charts, and graphs that quantify, analyse and forecast the Indian defence market from 2012-2022
• You will receive forecasts and analysis of the overall Indian defence market between 2012-2022
• You will discover forecasts and analysis for the revenue expenditure and capital expenditure sectors of the Indian defence market between 2012-2022
• You will find forecasts and analysis of 8 Indian defence capital expenditure submarkets over the period 2012-2022:
- Construction
- Aircraft & Aero Engine
- Vehicles
- Naval
- R&D
- Artillery & Missiles
- Electronics
- Remaining Equipment & Other
• You be presented with a SWOT analysis that examines the Indian defence market from 2012-2022
• You will gain profiles of leading operators within the Indian defence market:
- 8 Indian defence public sector undertakings (DPSU)
- 18 Indian private sector companies
- 24 International firms
- 37 further Indian companies profiled
- All major joint ventures and partnerships detailed
• You will be able to read analysis of 7 major nations seeking to increase defence exports to India
• You will gain knowledge of major contracts, milestone events and procurement programmes within Indian defence

What is the structure of the report?

Chapter 1 is the executive summary.

Chapter 2 of this report provides an introduction to the Indian defence market.

Chapter 3 offers an overview of the Indian defence market. The chapter provides spending forecasts and analysis of growth over the period 2012 to 2022 for the total Indian defence market, as well as the revenue expenditure and capital expenditure markets that make up the Indian defence market.

Chapter 4 focuses on eight submarkets that constitute the Indian capital expenditure market, with details of significant developments, such as contract awards, and accompanying spending forecasts for the period 2012 to 2022.
The submarkets include: 
• Construction (including buildings, infrastructure and bases)
• Aircraft & aero engine
• Vehicles
• Naval
• Research & development
• Artillery & missiles
• Electronics
• Remaining equipment & other

Chapter 5 provides a SWOT analysis, discussing the main strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to the Indian defence market.

Chapter 6 features interviews with three experts with experience of working in the Indian defence market:
• Major General Mrinal Suman - head of the defence technical assessment and advisory service of the CII (Confederation of Indian Industry)
• Mr Puneet Kaura - a board member of Samtel Group and a director of Samtel Thales Avionics Ltd, a joint venture between Samtel and Thales Group of France
• Mr Sundaram Parthasarathi - special director of business planning, Ashok Leyland Defence Systems Ltd

Chapter 7 examines the leading companies operating within the Indian defence market. The chapter includes:
• Outline of all 8 Indian Defence Public Sector Undertakings (DPSU)
• Overview of 18 leading private Indian defence companies
• Profile of additional 37 private Indian defence companies
• Outline of 24 leading international defence companies operating within the Indian defence market
• Profile of 54 joint ventures or partnerships that exist within the Indian defence market

Chapter 8 analyses seven key nations who export to the Indian defence market

Chapter 9 is a summary of the report, outlining the main conclusions of the analyses.

Chapter 10 is a glossary of acronyms used in the report.

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Anybody with an interest in the Indian defence market should gain valuable information and insight from this new study by visiongain, which analyses one of the most exciting markets in the defence industry. The Indian defence market offers substantial business and investment opportunities and is becoming an increasingly important component of the defence sector globally.

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Table of Contents 

1. Executive Summary
1.1 Indian Defence Market Overview
1.2 Drivers and Restraints of the Indian Defence Market
1.3 Report Benefits & Highlights
1.4 Report Structure 
1.5 Methodology
1.6 Indian Defence Market Forecast
1.7 Indian Defence Revenue Expenditure & Capital Expenditure Market Forecasts
1.8 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Submarkets Forecasts

2. Introduction to the Indian Defence Market 
2.1 India's Defence Reality
2.1.1 The Threat of China
2.1.2 The Threat of Pakistan
2.1.3 Domestic Threats
2.2 Indian Defence Planning and Strategy
2.3 Defining the Indian Defence Market
2.4 Structure of the Indian Defence Market 

3. Indian Defence Market Forecast 2012-2022
3.1 Indian Defence Market Forecast 2012-2022
3.2 Indian Defence Market Analysis
3.2.1 Indian Defence Budget and Policy as Indicators
3.2.2 Economic Indicators
3.2.3 Cumulative Spending Analysis
3.2.4 Fastest Growing Indian Defence Submarkets
3.3 Indian Defence Revenue and Capital Expenditure
3.3.1 Indian Defence Revenue Expenditure Forecast 2012-2022
3.3.2 Indian Defence Revenue Expenditure Analysis
3.3.3 Indian Defence Revenue Expenditure Armed Forces Division
3.3.4 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Forecast 2012-2022
3.3.5 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Analysis
3.3.6 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Submarket Division
3.3.7 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Armed Forces Division

4. Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Submarket Forecasts 2012-2022
4.1 Construction
4.1.1 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Construction Submarket Forecast 2012-2022
4.1.2 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Construction Submarket Armed Forces Division
4.1.3 Phalodi Airfield
4.1.4 Port Blair, Nicobar Islands
4.1.5 Modernisation of Airfield Infrastructure- Phase I 
4.1.6 Karwar Naval Base, Karnataka
4.1.7 Chinese Border Defence
4.2 Aircraft & Aero Engines
4.2.1 The Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Aircraft & Aero Engine Submarket Forecast 2012-2022
4.2.2 The Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Aircraft & Aero Engine Submarket Armed Forces Division
4.2.3 Medium Multi Role Combat Aircraft
4.2.4 C 17 Globemaster III Heavy Transport Aircraft
4.2.5 Maritime Patrol Aircraft
4.2.6 Embraer ERJ-145 ISR and Phalcon IL-76 Phalcon AWACS Aircraft
4.2.7 RAC MiG-29UPG Upgrades
4.2.8 IAF & Indian Navy Hawk Advanced Jet Trainer 
4.2.9 Indian SU-30MKI Fighter-Bombers
4.2.10 Honeywell Sepecat Jaguar IS/IM re-engine 
4.2.11 Tejas Light Combat Aircraft 
4.2.12 Ah-64 D Apache Helicopter Acquisition
4.2.13 Light Observation Helicopters
4.2.14 Other Indian Helicopter Acquisition
4.2.15 Heron UAV Development
4.2.16 Indian Air Force Basic Trainers
4.2.17 Nishant Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
4.2.18 Rosoboronexport Airborne Early Warning Aircraft
4.2.19 Indian Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA)
4.2.20 Multi Role Transport Aircraft
4.2.21 Mirage 2000 Jet Upgrades
4.2.22 Aerial Tanker Competition
4.2.23 An-32 Transport Upgrades
4.2.24 C-130 J Hercules Purchase
4.2.25 MiG-29 Naval Fighters Purchase
4.3 Vehicles
4.3.1 The Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Vehicular Submarket Forecast 2012-2022
4.3.2 The Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Vehicular Submarket Armed Forces Division
4.3.3 Arjun II Main Battle Tank
4.3.4 Indo-Russian T-90 Procurement 
4.3.5 Future Infantry Combat Vehicles (FICV)
4.3.6 Chemring Group & Hinduja Group Joint Venture
4.3.7 Mine Protected Vehicles
4.3.8 WZT-3 Armoured Recovery Vehicles
4.4 Navy
4.4.1 The Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Naval Submarket Forecast 2012-2022
4.4.2 Project 75- Scorpene
4.4.3 Project 75i
4.4.4 Indian Strategic Nuclear Submarine Project
4.4.5 Project 17/17A
4.4.6 Project 15/15A
4.4.7 Landing Platform Docks
4.4.8 India- South Korea Mine Counter-Measure Vessels
4.4.9 T-1500 Submarine Upgrade
4.4.10 Russian Aircraft Carrier Refurbishment - INS Vikramaditya (Project 71)
4.4.11 Russian Krivak III-Class Frigates Purchase
4.4.12 Pipavav Shipyard Gunboat Construction
4.4.13 Notable Recent Indian Naval Commissions 
4.5 Research & Development
4.5.1 The Indian Defence Capital Expenditure R&D Market Forecast 2012-2022
4.5.2 Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO)
4.5.2.1 Notable Recent DRDO Projects
4.5.3 Saab Research Facility
4.5.4 Centre for High Performance and Research
4.5.5 EADS Cassidian Engineering Centre
4.6 Artillery and Missiles
4.6.1 The Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Artillery & Missiles Submarket Forecast 2012-2022
4.6.2 Arrow 2 Anti-Ballistic Missile System
4.6.3 Derby Missiles - Tejas Light Combat Aircraft
4.6.4 Spike Missile System 
4.6.5 Barak-8 Medium / Long Range Surface to Air Missiles
4.6.6 Indian Howitzer Procurement
4.6.7 US Javelin Missiles 
4.6.8 US 'Stinger' Missiles
4.6.9 Agni-V Ballistic Missiles
4.6.10 CBU-105 Sensor Fused Weapons
4.6.11 Short Range Surface to Air Missile (SRSAM) Procurement
4.7 Electronics
4.7.1 The Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Electronic Systems Submarket Forecast 2012-2022
4.7.2 Airborne Early Warning & Control (AEW&C) System
4.7.3 Future Infantry Soldier as a System (F-INSAS) Programme
4.7.4 Integrated Electronic Warfare Systems for Mountainous Terrain
4.7.5 Laser Warning Control System & Mobile Camouflaging System 
4.7.6 Terrestrial Trunk Radios (TETRA)
4.7.7 Modernisation of Airfield Infrastructure- Phase I 
4.7.8 Thermal Imaging Procurement
4.8 Remaining Indian Defence Spending
4.8.1 The Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Remaining Equipment & Other Submarket Forecast 2012-2022
4.8.2 Other F-INSAS Spending
4.8.3 Other Notable Indian Defence Contracts

5. SWOT Analysis of the Indian Defence Market 2012-2022
5.1 Strengths
5.1.1 Demand in Multiple Sectors
5.1.2 Long Term Government Commitment and Planning
5.1.3 Strong Economic Foundations
5.1.4 Continuing Geopolitical Threats
5.1.5 Willingness to Expand and Engage 
5.2 Weaknesses
5.2.1 Limited Foreign Direct Investment
5.2.2 Offsets Requirements
5.2.3 Remaining Domination of Public Sector
5.2.4 Perceptions and Realities of Working Environment and Transparency
5.2.5 Strong Indo-Russian Arms Relationship
5.3 Opportunities
5.3.1 Trend of Liberalisation
5.3.2 Demand for High Technology
5.3.3 Increased International Collaboration
5.3.4 Lucrative Long Term Contracts and Upgrades
5.3.5 Varying Supply Lines
5.3.6 Potential of Exportation
5.4 Threats
5.4.1 Economic Dangers
5.4.2 Temptations of Protectionism 
5.4.3 Diverging Priorities
5.4.4 Wage Demands
5.4.5 History of Under Spending
5.4.6 History of Delay in major programmes

6. Expert Opinion
6.1 Major General Mrinal Suman
6.1.1 India and China
6.1.2 India's FDI Policy
6.1.3 Indian Procurement Bureaucracy
6.1.4 Indian Progress towards Self-Reliance - Offset Policy
6.1.5 India's Strategic Relationship with Russia
6.1.6 Indian Military Spending 2012-2022 - Other Opportunities and Threats
6.2 Puneet Kaura - Samtel Thales Avionics Ltd
6.2.1 Joint Ventures in Indian Defence
6.2.2 Expected Changes to the FDI Limit
6.2.3 Samtel Thales Avionics and Dassault's MMRCA Win
6.2.4 Other Samtel Involvement in Defence
6.2.5 Other Opportunities in the Indian Defence Market 2012-2022 
6.3 Sundaram Parthasarathi, Special Director - Business Planning, Ashok Leyland Defence
6.3.1 Role and Responsibilities
6.3.2 Strategic Partnerships with Ashok Leyland Defence
6.3.3 Vehicles Produced by Ashok Leyland for Indian Defence
6.3.4 Expected Indian Spending on Armoured Vehicles 2012-2022
6.3.5 Indian Defence Indigenisation Progress
6.3.6 Defence Opportunities for the Indian Private Sector 
6.3.7 Other Opportunities and Threats in the Indian Defence Market

7. Leading Companies in the Indian Defence Market
7.1 Defence Public Sector Undertakings (DPSU)
7.1.1 Bharat Dynamics Limited
7.1.2 Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML)
7.1.3 Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL)
7.1.4 Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Limited (GRSE)
7.1.5 Goa Shipyard Limited 
7.1.6 Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL)
7.1.7 Mazagon Dock Limited
7.1.8 Mishra Dhatu Nigam Limited (MIDHANI)
7.2 Indian Private Sector Companies
7.2.1 ABG Shipyard Ltd (ABG)
7.2.2 Alpha Design Technologies Pvt Ltd
7.2.3 Aviotech Ltd
7.2.4 Axis Aerospace and Technologies (AAT)
7.2.5 Ashok Leyland Defence Systems Ltd
7.2.6 Bharat Forge
7.2.7 Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing Company Ltd
7.2.8 HCL Aerospace & Defence
7.2.9 Larsen & Toubro Limited 
7.2.10 Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M)
7.2.11 Pipavav Defence and Offshore Engineering Company Ltd
7.2.12 Punj Lloyd Ltd
7.2.13 Rolta India Ltd
7.2.14 Samtel Group
7.2.15 Serial Innovations
7.2.16 Shrilakshmi Defence Solutions Ltd
7.2.17 Tata Group
7.2.18 Wipro Technologies, Bangalore, Karnataka
7.3 International Companies
7.3.1 BAE Systems
7.3.2 Boeing Defence Space and Security
7.3.3 Dassault Aviation
7.3.4 Direction des Constructions Navales Services (DCNS)
7.3.5 European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company (EADS)
7.3.6 Embraer
7.3.7 Finmeccanica SpA
7.3.8 General Dynamics
7.3.9 General Electric
7.3.10 Honeywell International Inc. 
7.3.11 Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Ltd
7.3.12 Lockheed Martin Corporation
7.3.13 Northrop Grumman Corporation
7.3.14 NPO Mashinostroyeniya
7.3.15 Rafael Advanced Defence Systems Limited
7.3.16 Raytheon Company
7.3.17 Rolls Royce Group Plc.
7.3.18 Rosoboronexport
7.3.19 Russian Aircraft Corporation (MiG)
7.3.20 Saab AB
7.3.21 Sukhoi Company
7.3.22 Thales Group
7.3.23 Turbomeca
7.3.24 United Technologies Corporation
7.4 Joint Ventures Summary

8. Leading Exporting Nations in the Indian Defence Market
8.1 Russia
8.2 France 
8.3 Israel 
8.4 UK 
8.5 US 
8.6 Saudi Arabia 
8.7 Italy

9. Conclusions
9.1 Indian Defence Market Forecast and Outlook
9.2 Indian Defence Submarket Analysis 
9.3 Fastest Growing Indian Defence Submarkets
9.4 Indian Defence Market Drivers 
9.5 Indian Defence Market Restraints 
9.6 Opportunities within the Indian Defence Market

10. Glossary

List of Tables
Table 1.1 Indian Defence Market Drivers and Restraints
Table 2.1 Indian Ordnance Factories & Defence Public Sector Undertakings (DPSU)
Table 3.1 Indian Defence Market Forecast 2013-2022 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.2 Indian Defence Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, and 2017-2022
Table 3.3 Indian Defence Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn, %)
Table 3.4 Indian Defence Market Cumulative Spending 2012-2022 Summary ($bn)
Table 3.5 Indian Defence Market CAGR Forecast 2012-2017, 2017-2022, 2012-2022 (%)
Table 3.6 Indian Defence Revenue and Capital Spending Market Share Forecast 2012, 2017 and 2022 (% Share)
Table 3.7 Indian Defence Revenue Spending Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.8 Indian Defence Revenue Spending Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, and 2017-2022
Table 3.9 Indian Revenue Spending Forecast Armed Forces Division 2012 ($bn, % Share)
Table 3.10 Indian Defence Capital Spending Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.11 Indian Defence Capital Spending Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, and 2017-2022
Table 3.12 Indian Defence Capital Spending Forecast Armed Forces Division 2012 ($bn, % Share) 
Table 4.1 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Construction Submarket Forecast Summary 2012, 2017 and 2022 ($bn, Rank, % Share, CAGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.2 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Construction Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn. AGR %)
Table 4.3 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Construction Submarket Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, and 2017-2022
Table 4.4 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Construction Submarket Forecast 2012 Division of Armed Forces ($bn, %)
Table 4.5 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Aircraft & Aero Engine Submarket Forecast Summary 2012, 2017 and 2022 ($bn, Rank, % Share, CAGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.6 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Aircraft & Aero Engine Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 4.7 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Aircraft & Aero Engine Submarket Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, and 2017-2022
Table 4.8 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Aircraft & Aero Engine Submarket Forecast 2012 Armed Forces Division ($bn, %)
Table 4.9 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Vehicular Submarket Forecast Summary 2012, 2017 and 2022 ($m, $bn, Rank, % Share, CAGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.10 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Vehicular Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.11 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Vehicular Submarket Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, and 2017-2022
Table 4.12 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Vehicular Submarket Forecast 2012 Armed Forces Division ($m, %)
Table 4.13 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Naval Submarket Forecast Summary 2012, 2017 and 2022 ($bn, Rank, % Share, CAGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.14 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Naval Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 4.15 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Naval Submarket Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, and 2017-2022
Table 4.16 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure R&D Submarket Forecast Summary 2012, 2017 and 2022 ($bn, Rank, % Share, CAGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.17 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure R&D Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 4.18 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure R&D Submarket Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, and 2017-2022
Table 4.19 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Artillery & Missiles Submarket Forecast Summary 2012, 2017 and 2022 ($bn, $m, Rank, % Share, CAGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.20 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Artillery & Missiles Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.21 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Artillery & Missiles Submarket Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, and 2017-2022
Table 4.22 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Electronic Systems Submarket Forecast Summary 2012, 2017 and 2022 ($bn, Rank, % Share, CAGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.23 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Electronics Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 4.24 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Electronics Submarket Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, and 2017-2022
Table 4.25 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Remaining Equipment & Other Submarket Forecast Summary 2012, 2017 and 2022 ($bn, Rank, % Share, CAGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.26 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Remaining Equipment & Other Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 4.27 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Remaining Equipment & Other Submarket Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, and 2017-2022 
Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis of the Indian Defence Market 2012-2022 
Table 7.1 Other Indian Defence Private Sector Company Profiles
Table 7.2 Indian Defence Market Joint Ventures/Partnerships Summary Profile

List of Figures
Figure 2.1 Structure of the Indian Defence Market
Figure 3.1 Indian Defence Market AGR Forecast 2012-2022 (%)
Figure 3.2 Indian Defence Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn)
Figure 3.3 Indian Defence Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn)
Figure 3.4 Selected Monthly Averages of US Dollar to Indian Rupee Conversion Rates 2008-2012 (Rs)
Figure 3.5 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure and Revenue Expenditure Cumulative Spending 2012-2022 ($bn, % Share)
Figure 3.6 Indian Defence Revenue Expenditure and Capital Expenditure Submarkets Cumulative Spending 2012-2022 (% Share)
Figure 3.7 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Submarkets Cumulative Spending 2012-2022 ($bn)
Figure 3.8 Indian Defence Market CAGR Forecast 2012-2017, 2017-2022, 2012-2022 (%)
Figure 3.9 Indian Defence Revenue Expenditure (RE) and Capital Expenditure (CE) Market Share Forecast 2012, 2017 and 2022 (% Share)
Figure 3.10 Indian Defence Market Revenue and Capital Spending Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn)
Figure 3.11 Indian Defence Revenue and Capital Spending AGR Forecast 2013-2022 (AGR%)
Figure 3.12 Indian Defence Revenue Spending Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn)
Figure 3.13 Indian Defence Revenue Spending Forecast Armed Forces Division ($bn)
Figure 3.14 Indian Defence Revenue Spending Forecast Armed Forces Division 2012 (% Share)
Figure 3.15 Indian Defence Capital Spending Forecast 2012-2022 ($m)
Figure 3.16 Indian Defence Capital Spending Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn)
Figure 3.17 Indian Defence Capital Spending Submarkets Market Share Change Forecast 2012-2022 (% Share)
Figure 3.18 Indian Defence Capital Spending Submarkets Market Share Forecast 2012 (% Share)
Figure 3.19 Indian Defence Capital Spending Submarkets Market Share Forecast 2017 (% Share)
Figure 3.20 Indian Defence Capital Spending Submarkets Market Share Forecast 2022 (% Share)
Figure 3.21 Indian Defence Capital Spending Forecast Armed Forces Division 2012 ($bn)
Figure 3.22 Indian Defence Capital Spending Forecast Armed Forces Division (% Share)
Figure 4.1 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Submarket Share Forecast 2012, 2017 and 2022 (% Share)
Figure 4.2 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Construction Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn)
Figure 4.3 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Construction Submarket Forecast 2012 Armed Forces Division ($bn)
Figure 4.4 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Construction Submarket Share Forecast 2012 Armed Forces Division (% Share)
Figure 4.5 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Aircraft & Aero Engine Submarket Share Forecast 2012, 2017 and 2022 (% Share)
Figure 4.6 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Aircraft & Aero Engine Market Forecast Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn)
Figure 4.7 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Aircraft & Aero Engine Submarket Forecast 2012 Armed Forces Division ($bn)
Figure 4.8 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Aircraft & Aero Engine Submarket Forecast 2012 Armed Forces Division (% Share)
Figure 4.9 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Vehicular Submarket Share Forecast 2012, 2017 and 2022 (% Share)
Figure 4.10 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Vehicular Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($m)
Figure 4.11 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Vehicular Submarket Forecast 2012 Armed Forces Division ($m)
Figure 4.12 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Vehicular Submarket Market Share Forecast 2012 Armed Forces Division (% Share)
Figure 4.13 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Naval Submarket Share Forecast 2012, 2017 and 2022 (% Share)
Figure 4.14 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Naval Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn)
Figure 4.15 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure R&D Submarket Share Forecast 2012, 2017 and 2022 (% Share)
Figure 4.16 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure R&D Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn)
Figure 4.17 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Artillery & Missiles Submarket Share Forecast 2012, 2017 and 2022 (% Share)
Figure 4.18 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Artillery & Missiles Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($m)
Figure 4.19 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Electronic Systems Submarket Share Forecast 2012, 2017 and 2022 (% Share)
Figure 4.20 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Electronics Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn)
Figure 4.21 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Remaining Equipment & Other Submarket Share Forecast 2012, 2017 and 2022 (% Share)
Figure 4.22 Indian Defence Capital Expenditure Remaining Equipment & Other Submarket Forecast 2012-2022 ($bn) 

Companies Listed 
ABG Shipyard Limited (ABG)
Adcom Military Industries
Advance Tech Control Pvt Ltd
AgustaWestland
Airbus, Airspace Infrastructure Private Ltd
Alenia Aermacchi
Alenia Aeronautica
Allen Reinforced Plastics Pvt Ltd
Alpha Design Technologies Pvt Ltd
Alpha Phazotron Radar Equipment Systems
Anjani Technoplast
Antonov
Armaris
Ashok Lelyand Defence Systems Ltd (ALDS)
Ashok Leyland 
Asta Microwave Products Limited
Aubert Duval
Automotive Coaches and Components Ltd
Avadi Heavy Vehicle Factory
Aviazapchast Plc
Aviotech Lld
Axis Aerospace and Technologies (AAT)
Babcock Group
BAE Systems 
BAE Systems BAEHAL Software Ltd
BAE Systems Bofors AB
BAE Systems India Pvt Ltd
BAE Systems Land and Armaments Group
BAEHAL Software Ltd
Barco NV
Barracuda Camouflaging Ltd
Berretta 
Bharat Dynamics Limited
Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML)
Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL)
Bharat Electronics Limited OP Financials
Bharat Electronics Limited Optronic Devices Ltd
Bharat Forge
Bharat Shipyard
Boeing Company
Boeing Defence Space and Security (BDS)
BP Solar
BrahMos Aerospace
Bumar Group
Bumar Ltd
Bushmaster Firearms International Llc
CADES Digitech Pvt Ltd
CAE Inc
CAE India Pvt Ltd
Chemring Group
CMC Ltd
Compania Espanola de Sistemas Aeronauticos (CEPA)
Corporation Zaschchita 
Coyard
Dassault Aviation
Dassault Group
Dassault Systemes
Data Patterns India Pvt Ltd
DCNS India
Defence Land Systems
Defence Land Systems India
Denel Pty
Diehl Defence
Direction des Constructions Navales Services (DCNS)
DMD Group
DRS Technologies
Dynamatic Technologies Ltd
EADS Airbus
EADS Cassidian
EADS Eurocopter
EADS P2I 'Warszawa-Okecie' SA
Edgewood India
Edgewood Technologies Pvt Ltd
Edgewood Ventures Llc
Elbit Systems Electro Optics
Elbit Systems Ltd
ELTA Systems Ltd
Embraer
EON Infotech
European Aeronautic, Defence and Space Company (EADS) 
Fincanteri SpA
Finmeccanica SpA
Flash Forge India Pvt Ltd
FN Herstal
Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Limited (GRSE)
General Dynamics C4 Systems (GDC4S)
General Dynamics Corporation
General Dynamics Land Systems (GDLS)
General Dynamics UK (GDUK)
General Electric
General Electric Medical Systems
Goa Shipyard Ltd
Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing Company Ltd
Godrej Group
Grob Aircraft
HAL Edgewood Technologies Pvt Ltd
HALBIT Avionics Pvt Ltd
Hartzell Propellors
HATSOFF Helicopter Training Pvt Ltd
Hawker Beechcraft Corporation
HBL Nife Power Systems
HCL Aerospace & Defence
HCL Technologies
Heavy Engineering Corporation
Heckler & Koch
Hinduja Automotive
Hinduja Group
Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL)
Hindustan Opticals
Hindustan Shipyard
Honeywell Automation India Ltd (HAIL)
Honeywell Avionics
Honeywell International Inc.
Honeywell Technology Solutions (HTSL)
Honeywell Turbo Technologies (HTT)
Howaldswerke Deutsche Werft (HDW)
ICICI Bank
Ilyushin Jsc
INCAT
Indo-Russian Aviation Ltd
Infotech Enterprises Ltd
Infotech HAL Ltd
Intermarine
International Aero Manufacturing Pvt Ltd
Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd (IAI)
Israel Weapons Ltd
Jupiter Aviation Logistics (JAL)
Jupiter Strategic Technologies Pvt (JST) Ltd
Kalyani Group
Kamov Jsc
Kangnam
Kawaski
KEW Industries Ltd
Kirloskar Brothers Ltd
Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI)
KPB Tula
Krauss-Maffei Wegmann GmbH & Co. (KMW)
Larsen & Toubro Ltd (L&T)
LIG NEX1
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Lockheed Martin India Private Ltd
Magellan Aerospace Corporation
Magnum Aviation
Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M)
Mahindra Satyam
Max Aerospace and Aviation Limited
Mazagon Dock Limited (MDL)
Mazagon-Pipavav Ltd
MBDA Systems
Memory Electronics Pvt Ltd
Merlin Hawk Associates
Michelin
Microcon
Mikoyan
Mishra Dhatu Nigam Limited (MIDHANI)
MKU
Multirole Transport Aircraft Ltd
Multitone Mobile Communications Company
Navatina
Nelco
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Nova Integrated Systems Ltd
NPO Mashinostroyeniya Jsc
Panhard General Defence
Paramount Group
Pawan Hans
Pearson Engineering
Phazotron Corporation
Pilatus Aircraft
Pipavav Defence & Offshore Engineering Company Ltd
Pipavav Shipyard Limited (PSL)
Pratt & Whitney (P&W)
Premium AEROTECH GmbH (PAG)
Punj Lloyd Ltd
QuEST Global Engineering
Rafael Advanced Defence Systems Limited
Ramoss India Ltd
Rayazan SIP
Raytheon Company
Raytheon India
Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems
Reliance Group
Reliance Industries Ltd
Rheinmetall Air Defence
RK Machine Tools
RMX Bridport Defence Systems Pvt
Rolls Royce Defence & Aerospace
Rolls Royce Group Plc.
Rolls Royce Overseas Holdings Ltd
Rolta India Limited
Rolta Thales
Rosoboronexport
Rostvertol
Russian Aircraft Corporation (RAC/MiG)
Saab AB
Saab Dynamics
Safran Group
Samtel Display Systems Ltd (SDS)
Samtel Group
Samtel Group India
Samtel HAL Display Systems Ltd (SHDS)
Samtel Thales Avionics Ltd
SangYong Motor Company
Seamless Group
SEC Industries Pvt Ltd
Selex Communications
Selex Galileo
Serial Innovations
Setforge
Shrilakhsmi Cotsyn Corporation
Shrilakshmi Defence Solutions Ltd (SLDS)
SIGMA Microsystems
SIGT Pvt Ltd
Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation
Singapore Technologies Kinetics
Skanda Aerospace
Snecma (Sociιtι Nationale d'Ιtude et de Construction de Moteurs d'Aviation)
Snecma HAL Aerospace Pvt Ltd
Soltam Systems
Southern Group Industries
Speck Systems
SQuAD
Steel Authority of India Ltd
Sukhoi Jsc
Sunlight Systems
Svipja Technologies
Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation Ltd (TIDCO)
Tandon Group
Taneja Aerospace & Aviation Ltd
Tata Advanced Materials (TAM)
Tata Advanced Systems (TAS)
Tata BP Solar
Tata Communications
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)
Tata Elxi Ltd
Tata Group
Tata HAL Technologies Ltd
Tata Industries Ltd
Tata Motors
Tata Power Company
Tata Power Strategic Electronics Division (SED)
Tata Technologies
Tata Teleservices
Tatra
Tatra Sipox
TDA Armaments
Telcom
Textron Systems Corporation
Thales Group
Thales International India Pvt Ltd
Thales Software India Pvt
TIL Tractors India Ltd
TS Kisan & Co. Pvt Ltd
TSL Defence Technologies Pvt
Turbomeca
Turbomeca India Engines Pvt Ltd
UAC Transport Aircraft
Ukrinmash
United Aircraft Corporation (UAC)
United Aircraft Corporation Transport Aircraft (UAC-TA)
United Technologies Corporation (UTC)
Ukraineexport
Uralvagonzavod Scientific Industrial Corporation Plc
Vecima
VEM Technologies
VXL Technologies
Walchandnagar Industries Ltd
Wartsila India
WFEL
Wipro Technologies
Zen Technologies

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report
ADA: Aeronautical Development Agency
ADE: Aeronautical Development Establishment 
ADRDE: Aerial Delivery Research and Development Establishment 
ANURAG: Advanced Numerical Research and Analysis Group
ARC: Aviation Research Centre
CABS: Centre for Airborne Systems
Car Nicobar Air Force Base
Centre of Excellence for Net-Centric Warfare
Chinese Navy
Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA)
CHITRA: Centre for High Performance Computing and Research 
CII: Confederation of Indian Industry
Communist Party of India (Maoist)
CSIO: Central Scientific Instruments Organisation
CVRDE: Combat Vehicles Research and Development Establishment
DAC: Defence Advisory Council
DEAL: Defence Electronics Applications Laboratory 
DIPP: Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion
DODP: Department of Defence Production
DOFA: Defence Offset Facilitation Agency 
DRDO: Defence Research and Development Organisation 
FIPB: Foreign Investment Promotion Board 
IAF: Indian Air Force
IMF: International Monetary Fund 
IN: Indian Navy
Indian Coast Guard
Indian Treasury
INS Arihant
INS Chakra
INS Deepak
INS Jalashwa
INS Kabra
INS Shalki
INS Sharkul
INS Shivalik
INS Vikramaditya
ISAF: International Assistance Force
ISRO: Indian Space Research Organisation
Karwar Naval Base
Kochi Naval Base
MoD: Indian Ministry of Defence
NATO: North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
Parliamentary Standing Committee on Defence
Phalodi Airfield
Port Blair
RDE: Research and Development Establishment
Russian Federal Agency of State Property
SIPRI: Stockholm International Peace Research Institute 
Suriname Armed Forces
Teri University 
UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL)
UN: United Nations
US Congress
US DoD: United States Department of Defense
US Navy
USDSCA: United States Defense Security Cooperation Agency
Wikileaks 

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