ASD reports growth in military communications

The worldwide military communications market was worth a total of $15.2bn in 2009, with continuing demand in the global marketplace from 2010 onwards, according to market research available on ASD Reports’ website.

ASD’s findings suggest that the acquisition of advanced communications systems for distributing data, video and voice information looked set to remain a high priority in the field.

The information also proposes that the private sector has come to play an increasingly important role in the supply of commercial products that meet military requirements, particularly in the US, with defence officials turning to commercial off-the-shelf products rather than bespoke military solutions.