Global Ballistic Protection Market 2020-2025

August 5, 2020
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GLOBAL BALLISTIC PROTECTION MARKET

 

KEY FINDINGS

  • Potentially low cost “Smart Clothing” using 3-D printing technology to render military with wearable computer.
  • AVON Rubber to supply body armour worth up to $333 Million to US Defense Logistics Agency.
  • An Indian firm MKU, which supplies equipment to UN and NATO, to deliver 159 thousand indigenous helmets to Indian military.
  • Scientists are working on advance composites to make lighter and stronger body armour.
  • India to procure more than 185 thousand ballistic protection equipment in the next 3-4 years.
  • $16 Billion deal between Russia and India includes Hi-Tech civilian protection equipment among other things.

 

INTRODUCTION

Sensitive political and social issues are creating internal as well as external tensions across the world. Governments of such countries are increasing their defense budget to equip their military and citizens with advance ballistic protection.

 

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Research and experiments are being done with advanced composites, to improve vehicle and body armour, providing lighter and more effective protection from varieties of threats.

 

GLOBAL BALLISTIC PROTECTION MARKET SEGMENTATION

BY AREA OF APPLICATION

 

Humans need armour to protect themselves from injury in different dangerous situations. Varieties of ballistic products depending on the threat level is being used since long-time now. Few examples of ballistic products used in military and homeland security are mentioned below.

 

MILITARYHOMELAND SECURITY
Protective vest and jacketBulletproof vest
HelmetHelmets
ShieldsShields
ShoesShoes
GlovesGloves
Ballistic plate panel
Vehicle armours with ballistic plates and panels.

 

  • Quality and grade of ballistic products used in military is better as compared to homeland security.

 

 

BY TEXTILE USED IN MAKING OF PRODUCTS

In terms of textiles, ballistic protection can be divided into two categories: soft and hard.

Soft Armour: – In this type of equipment, ballistic protection is provided by the soft, flexible textile. They are comfortable and easy to carry around. It can protect us from many types of pistol calibers. Common name in this case is Kevlar.

Hard Armour: – It comprise ceramic armour plates, like boron nitride, tungsten disulphide, tungsten carbide, aluminium nitride etc. These are coated with high-modulus organic polymers, such as Twaron, Spectra and Dyneema.

 

 

BY THREAT LEVEL

 

According to NIJ (National Institute of Justice) Armour Protection level, threat level is decided on the basis of certain calibers and their impact velocity. They can be listed as-

THREAT LEVELTESTED AGAINST
Level II A·        9 mm and 0.40 S&W ammunition fired from short barrel handguns.

·        No rifle ammunition protection.

Level II·        9 mm and 0.357 magnum ammunition fired from short barrel handguns.

·        No rifle ammunition protection.

Level III A·        0.357SIG and 0.44 Magnum ammunition
Level III·        Tested to stop 7.62mm FMJ lead core rifle ammunition.
Level IV·        0.30cal steel core armour piercing rifle ammunition.

 

BY REGION/ GEOGRAPHY

 

NORTH AMERICA

 Amid rising tension at the borders between Mexico and U.S. and riots inside the country due to several political and public issues, both the country’s government are in run to procure more ballistic protection equipment.

AVON Rubber to supply body armour worth up to $333 Million to US Defense Logistics Agency.

 

 

EUROPE

 France, UK, Germany, Italy and Russia are spending big on defense to procure advance military gears in coming years. Political issues have steered a new wave inside European countries and body armours to protect civilians as well as military personnel are required in huge numbers.

 

ASIA PACIFIC

 Asia pacific countries specially China, India, Australia and Japan most likely to procure more than 500 thousand ballistic protection equipment in the coming years.

India to procure more than 185 thousand ballistic protection equipment in the next 3-4 years.

 

 

NEW DEVELOPMENTS

 

  • Potentially low cost “Smart Clothing”, which includes wireless communication, built-in microcomputer, larger surface area for data reading, is being manufactured using 3-D printing technology.
  • Various form of aramid fibre Twaron has been developed by scientist which can absorb bullet’s impact more quickly and dissipate energy through adjacent fibres.
  • Dyneema fibre material is being used extensively to make ballistic protection equipment to make it safer, stronger and lighter.
  • India USD 16 billion deal with Russia includes Hi-Tech civilian protection products.

 

KEY PLAYERS

 

Sl noTopic
1Market Segmentation
2Scope of the report
3Abbreviations
4Research Methodology
5Executive Summary
6Introduction
7Insights from Industry stakeholders
8Cost breakdown of Product by sub-components and average profit margin
9Disruptive innovation in the Industry
10Technology trends in the Industry
11Consumer trends in the industry
12Recent Production Milestones
13Component Manufacturing in US, EU and China
14COVID-19 impact on overall market
15COVID-19 impact on Production of components
16COVID-19 impact on Point of sale
17Market Segmentation, Dynamics and Forecast by Geography, 2020-2025
18Market Segmentation, Dynamics and Forecast by Product Type, 2020-2025
19Market Segmentation, Dynamics and Forecast by Application, 2020-2025
20Market Segmentation, Dynamics and Forecast by End use, 2020-2025
21Product installation rate by OEM, 2020
22Incline/Decline in Average B-2-B selling price in past 5 years
23Competition from substitute products
24Gross margin and average profitability of suppliers
25New product development in past 12 months
26M&A in past 12 months
27Growth strategy of leading players
28Market share of vendors, 2020
29Company Profiles
30Unmet needs and opportunity for new suppliers
31Conclusion
32Appendix

 

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