3D Visualization, Simulation, and Training in Defense to Grow to $20 Billion
June 7, 2010

3D Visualization, Simulation, and Training in Defense to Grow to $20 Billion

Vancouver, Wa. - Acacia Research Group announced its latest market brief, "Opportunities in 3D Visualization, Simulation, & Training 2010-2015: Defense & Government Market Snapshot." This snapshot provides a macro view of the market for technologies that enable military, emergency response, planning, and other government agencies to conduct training and education, data analysis, system simulation, and similar virtual tasks through the use of 3D computer graphics systems. Spending in this segment will grow from $16.5 billion in 2010 and to $20 billion by 2015, presenting opportunities for 3D technology companies to sell into this market.
The military segment in particular offers potential for technologies ranging from 3D modeling and animation software to game engines as the segment undergoes a dramatic change. Low-cost 3D hardware will allow a significant expansion of the use of 3D technology.

This is an economical opportunity for companies to access data on the macro-trends in spending on 3D visualization, simulation, and training hardware, software, and services within the defense and government segment, and its sub-segments of civil aviation, civil services, military, and research and administration. Spending is also forecast by major geographical region (Asia, Europe, North America, Rest of World).

This market summary is priced at $950.00 for the electronic (PDF) document. Site licenses are available for $1,475.00 and include intranet posting privileges and unlimited internal distribution. This market brief can be purchased at www.acaciarg.com