Simulation market seen holding steady

The simulation and training market remains stable, despite the overall decline in the U.S. defense budget, say experts at Frost & Sullivan in Mountain View, Calif. In their report, "The Changing Military Training, Simulation, and Related Markets," Frost & Sullivan experts say forecasts for a stable market are holding their own despite shifting defense priorities. Key technological advances include simulation tools, communication networks, visualization technologies, multimedia, artificial intell

Jan 1st, 1997

The simulation and training market remains stable, despite the overall decline in the U.S. defense budget, say experts at Frost & Sullivan in Mountain View, Calif. In their report, "The Changing Military Training, Simulation, and Related Markets," Frost & Sullivan experts say forecasts for a stable market are holding their own despite shifting defense priorities. Key technological advances include simulation tools, communication networks, visualization technologies, multimedia, artificial intelligence, and microelectronics. - J.K.

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