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Research and Markets: The Netherlands Air Market - Revenue Opportunities and Stakeholder Mapping

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Research and Markets: The Netherlands Air Market - Revenue Opportunities and Stakeholder Mapping

Research and Markets: The Netherlands Air Market - Revenue Opportunities and Stakeholder Mapping

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/49de236e/the_netherlands_ai) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "The Netherlands Air Market - Revenue Opportunities and Stakeholder Mapping" to their offering.

“The Netherlands Air Market - Revenue Opportunities and Stakeholder Mapping”

Netherlands Air Market Offers Opportunities for Innovative Products, Solutions and Business Models

Since the early 1990's, the Netherlands Defence Force (RNlDF) has been undergoing restructuring and fleet rationalisation, which has made the Dutch defence market more difficult to break into. As the market evolves, participants will need to be flexible and adapt to changing end-user demands. Diverse opportunities will arise across all platform segments, although more so in the long-term.

While Netherlands' current engagement in Afghanistan might be coming to an end, Frost and Sullivan understands that the country will continue to participate in both future missions (including anti-piracy) to protect its national and international interests, thus keeping the door open for new products and services, notes the analyst of this research. Opportunities within the Dutch defence market will not be limited solely to end-user requisition; instead it will be an interesting market that offers growth potential for innovative products, solutions and business models.

Opportunities within the Netherlands air market are driven by both upgrades (for existing platforms) and new procurements (manned and unmanned platforms). Replacement of F-16s is expected to drive demand in the second half of the decade, with diverse opportunities for the industry, including support-in-service (SIS) activities. Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) are integral to the 2011 defence review, and they will establish concrete opportunities across this market.

Cuts in the defence budget and its aftermath are expected to continue in to the later years of this decade; however, projects critical to the sustainment of air superiority of the RNlDF are expected to materialise, albeit a bit delayed and / or reduced in size, adds the analyst. Opportunities across UAS are primarily in the second half of the forecast period, extending into the next decade.

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/49de236e/the_netherlands_ai

Source: Frost & Sullivan

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