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Top Growth Opportunities for IT Providers in the US Department of Defense

The US Department of Defense (DoD) is continuing standardization and qualitative improvement efforts by expanding and adopting more innovative commercial IT technology. This briefing is an overview of recent DoD program funding and contract activity for IT hardware, software, networks, and services. IT is vital for DoD communications, situational awareness, and combat systems. To save costs, speed integration, and improve capability, the DoD seeks input from large established IT firms and recent start-ups.

The webinar is critical for the audience to understand:

• Obstacles to overcome, such as size, weight, and power (SWaP), and algorithms for cybersecurity.
• The DoD's digital modernization strategy.
• How commercial technology insertions, while speeding development, also increase competition and lower market participants' margins.
• How both traditional defense companies and commercial IT firms can help the DoD meet operational goals and enable an Internet of Battlefield Things.
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    Given this rapid growth, UAM will fulfill a new unmet need of “flying-on-demand” and “flying-to-work” is expected to be the new norm, taking off in urban hotspots of downtown New York, London and Tokyo. By 2040, cumulative consumer demand will translate into the need for estimated 2.5 million air taxi platform units across the various vehicle capacity types.

    Join Orkun Altintas, Consulting Director and Amartya De, Associate Director of Frost & Sullivan's Aerospace & Defense Practice for the Growth Opportunity briefing, “Evolving Global Landscape and Market Opportunities in Urban Air Mobility,” on September 9 at 2 p.m SGT. In this webinar, understand the existing UAM value chain, the state of regulations, and likely roadmap to allow UAM operations globally. In addition, understand the links between the evolving technology supplier landscape and major UAM integrators.


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  • Top Growth Opportunities for IT Providers in the US Department of Defense Recorded: Sep 17 2020 52 mins
    Brad Curran, Industry Analyst, Aerospace, Defense, & Security, Frost & Sullivan
    The US Department of Defense (DoD) is continuing standardization and qualitative improvement efforts by expanding and adopting more innovative commercial IT technology. This briefing is an overview of recent DoD program funding and contract activity for IT hardware, software, networks, and services. IT is vital for DoD communications, situational awareness, and combat systems. To save costs, speed integration, and improve capability, the DoD seeks input from large established IT firms and recent start-ups.

    The webinar is critical for the audience to understand:

    • Obstacles to overcome, such as size, weight, and power (SWaP), and algorithms for cybersecurity.
    • The DoD's digital modernization strategy.
    • How commercial technology insertions, while speeding development, also increase competition and lower market participants' margins.
    • How both traditional defense companies and commercial IT firms can help the DoD meet operational goals and enable an Internet of Battlefield Things.
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    The new normal may challenge long-held views on ways to do business. It may also change consumer preferences; for example, the accelerated adoption of robotics, AI and machine analytics as defense establishments shift from human and platform-intensive structures toward a smarter and leaner force. Companies across the value chain need to take cognizance of the shifting landscape and try to mitigate the impact in the short term while positioning for a rebound in the longer term.

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    The new normal may challenge long-held views on ways to do business. It may also change consumer preferences; for example, the accelerated adoption of robotics, AI and machine analytics as defense establishments shift from human and platform-intensive structures toward a smarter and leaner force. Companies across the value chain need to take cognizance of the shifting landscape and try to mitigate the impact in the short term while positioning for a rebound in the longer term.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Analyze the impact of economic downturns and geopolitical factors on defense budgets
    • Track the effect on specific defense programs across the land, air, and maritime domains
    • Evaluate new business and customer engagement models
    • Identify growth opportunities to shockproof your business
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