|US DoD C4ISR, 2018–2023|
|Leveraging Commercial Technologies to Make Incremental Improvements to Computing, Networks, and Sensors|
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, US DoD C4ISR, 2018–2023, reveals that augmented reality systems will be integrated into cockpits, bridges, ground vehicle turrets, and operations centers to provide netcentric warfare gains and integrate tactical assets and geospatial and tracking capabilities. Frost & Sullivan forecasts C4ISR funding from 2017 through 2023 to have a CAGR of 3.3% with mature technologies and proven services a focus for future spending.
“Multi-source sensors with optical acoustic signals, electronic warfare, cybersecurity, communications, and other technologies will enable faster and more accurate target detecting, targeting, and decision-making,” said Brad Curran, Industry Principal, Defense at Frost & Sullivan. “C4ISR spending will focus on combat system cybersecurity, navigation resiliency, and GPS improvements/alternatives.”