Virtual Training and Simulation Receives Steady Funding

San Francisco, California, May 10, 2017: TMR Research announces a new report on the global virtual training and simulation market. The report presents a thorough study of the market’s historical growth trajectory and present condition, and further delivers reliable predictions regarding the market’s growth in the coming years. The geographical breakdown and competitive dynamics of the global virtual training and simulation market are also examined in the report, titled ‘Virtual Training and Simulation Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast 2017 – 2025.’

The global virtual training and simulation market is a relatively modern conception, with the steady research into virtual reality in recent years driving investment into the development of virtual training and simulation devices. These devices are used primarily in situations where the training situation is too difficult to recreate for training purposes. The armed forces, the healthcare sector, and the oil and gas industry are some of the leading consumers in the virtual training and simulation market and are likely to ensure steady growth of the market in the coming years due to the steady availability of funding for quality improvement in these sectors.

By component, the global virtual training and simulation market is segmented into hardware and software. Of these, hardware is likely to account for a dominant share in the global virtual training and simulation market in the coming years. The technology supporting virtual training and simulation is one of the most intensely researched technologies of our time, and steady progression is expected in the same in the coming years. This could lower the prices of virtual training and simulation devices, boosting the adoption of the technology.

The rising emphasis on the armed forces in several nations across the world is likely to remain a key driver for the global virtual training and simulation market. The booming aviation sector also bodes well for the virtual training and simulation market, as the adoption of virtual training programs for pilots is on the rise in the aviation industry. The rising focus on passenger safety is likely to make this a crucial driver for the global virtual training and simulation market in the coming years.

Regionally, North America is likely to remain the key contributor to the global virtual training and simulation market in the coming years due to the easy availability of an advanced technological framework to improve and fully utilize virtual training and simulation technology. Asia Pacific is also likely to play a key role in the development of the virtual training and simulation market due to the rising demand for e-learning solutions as well as the steady investment in the healthcare sector in the region, which could lead to the adoption of virtual training and simulation technology on a wider scale in the coming years.

The report also presents an assessment of the global virtual training and simulation market’s competitive landscape. The report profiles several leading players in the global virtual training and simulation market, including BAE Systems, L-3 Link Simulation and Training, Lockheed Martin, Kratos Defense & Security Solutions inc., ANSYS Inc., and Cubic Corporation.

Author: Rohit Bhisey

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