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4.76 billion dollars to upgrade armored vehicles

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4.76 billion dollars to upgrade armored vehiclesAccording to the army-guide.com, with reference to ASDReports, this year the cost of upgrading and upgrading military armored vehicles in the world will peak at 4.76 billion dollars. The results of the study are published in the report “Modernization of armored vehicles and 2014-2024 market growth forecast: opportunities for leading companies”, which analyzes in detail the state of the global market and possible areas for expansion.


According to analysts, governments of different countries are constantly under pressure from defense budgets, in connection with which modernization and updating of armored vehicles are a good alternative to new purchases.

It is also noted that in 2014, the armed forces headed by the United States will leave the territory of Afghanistan, which can “shift the focus” towards military air and naval assets in other areas of the planet. Thus, the acquisition of new ground-based systems will become less of a priority, and the demand for upgrading and upgrading will increase.

The report says that at the moment the level of demand is quite stable. In some categories, growth prospects are observed. According to experts, they studied the 20 leading national markets.
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  1. Hammer
    Hammer 13 May 2014 10: 58
    +8
    I remember someone was trying to argue that the tanks are yesterday, that they have already outlived their own as a class and will die out like dinosaurs ...
    4,76 billion forever green - this is the real argument for the fact that armored vehicles remain and will for a long time be the main striking force of the ground forces.
    Give Armata to the stream !!!! wink
    1. asar
      asar 13 May 2014 11: 00
      +3
      On strategic expanses, the tank will be in demand for a long time, I think!
      1. jjj
        jjj 13 May 2014 11: 03
        +3
        And, as it turns out, in the near future, against the backdrop of aluminum high-standing cars, even fifty-heel will be a very formidable force
        1. sscha
          sscha 13 May 2014 11: 12
          +3
          This is where the Omsk Tank ...
          And let UVZ go about its business. He’s not turning them right now. hi
          1. DefakeR
            DefakeR 13 May 2014 12: 47
            +1
            Here is that and I wrote a couple of posts earlier. I agree drinks
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        3. DefakeR
          DefakeR 13 May 2014 12: 46
          0
          The old people still show that old age is not non-existence)) Dry powder them)
    2. I do not care
      I do not care 13 May 2014 11: 10
      +2
      Quote: Hammer
      4,76 billion forever green - that’s the real argument

      when you consider that Soviet and Russian tanks are the most massive, from those exported to
      other countries, a good increase to the budget of the Russian Federation.
      1. cosmos111
        cosmos111 13 May 2014 11: 36
        +1
        upgrades and upgrades will increase.

        new tracked armored vehicles in the United States and NATO countries (Turkey exception))), do not produce !!!!
        released only in China, South Korea, Japan and Southeast Asia ....

        In the USA and NATO, modernization is underway:
        1. Upgrade, wired from RPG, ATGM ...
        2.Mine mine protection ...
        3. installation of complexes of "situational awareness" ..
        4.new SLAs, thermal imagers, etc ...
    3. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
      Andrei from Chelyabinsk 13 May 2014 11: 30
      +3
      Quote: Hammer
      I remember someone was trying to argue that the tanks are yesterday, that they have already outlived their own as a class and will die out like dinosaurs ...

      Those who bury them will die out like dinosaurs ... due to an inborn shortage of gray matter and an inability to adapt to changing geopolitical climate laughing
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    5. DefakeR
      DefakeR 13 May 2014 12: 44
      +1
      I do not share your optimism, Komrad! What is 5 watermelon in the aggregate MIC market in the world ??? I assure you a little ... But what can not but rejoice, is that since such a trend has been outlined, then if you take into account the number of Russian armored vehicles from the Allied and former Allied countries, this makes you smile))) modernization of the park is not pass by our military-industrial complex both inside and outside the country! The news is unambiguous PLUS !!
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    7. Hon
      Hon 13 May 2014 12: 56
      +1
      Quote: Hammer
      4,76 billion forever green - this is the real argument for the fact that armored vehicles remain and will for a long time be the main striking force of the ground forces.

      their military budget exceeds half a trillion, more than all military budgets, the rest of the countries combined.
  2. podpolkovnik
    podpolkovnik 13 May 2014 11: 01
    +4
    It is also noted that in 2014, the armed forces headed by the United States will leave the territory of Afghanistan, which can “shift the focus” towards military air and naval assets in other areas of the planet. Thus, the acquisition of new ground-based systems will become less of a priority, and the demand for upgrading and upgrading will increase.

    That's interesting, but how will they leave, in the light of the upcoming sanctions and our relations with the Americans?
    By air through the Russian Federation-will not work.
    Will they go through Pakistan? lol
    Then it is certain that "the demand for modernization and renewal will increase."
    1. Hariva
      Hariva 13 May 2014 11: 05
      +3
      Quote: podpolkovnik



      Will they go through Pakistan? lol
      .

      Yeah. With fights.
      1. DefakeR
        DefakeR 13 May 2014 12: 50
        0
        they will offer counter sanctions against their sanctions))))))
    2. DefakeR
      DefakeR 13 May 2014 12: 49
      +1
      shh ... this joker is still up the sleeve)))) bully
  3. skylare
    skylare 13 May 2014 11: 03
    +3
    Modernization is, of course, wonderful, but it does not solve all the problems of the tank. In fact, the tank fleets of the world are vehicles of the late 80s - early 90s of the last century, just with a new filling. But how long can this situation last? A fundamentally new tank is necessary in any case. The only positive side of modernization is that it reduces the cost of new weapons. But it is somehow doubtful, this positive side.
    1. DefakeR
      DefakeR 13 May 2014 12: 53
      0
      as long as there is a resource, it is necessary to work it out, and the new is only a breakthrough something needs to be done, and so the next compilation of the old school will come out, as one comrade wrote above, with welded reinforced stiffeners. UVZ seems to be preparing an armadillo - and there we will see how it is done in a new way))
  4. cerbuk6155
    cerbuk6155 13 May 2014 11: 07
    +1
    The main striking force of the ground forces are our tanks. Faster would be a series of new tanks and new armored vehicles based on them. good drinks
  5. Giant thought
    Giant thought 13 May 2014 11: 36
    0
    Modernization is cheaper, and therefore modernize. With a fairly modest investment, you can get a very acceptable result.
  6. Hariva
    Hariva 13 May 2014 11: 38
    +2
    If all Russian tanks are converted to gas, the creaking of teeth from Europe will be heard in Japan. :)
    1. DefakeR
      DefakeR 13 May 2014 12: 55
      0
      HBO tank? HONOR)))) but if you want to listen to what sounds the crumbling teeth of the Europeans make))) then tada yes approving .... by the way, the grit of teeth is nasty by ear weigh .... IMHO
  7. Arh
    Arh 13 May 2014 11: 44
    0
    And I like Russians !!!)))
  8. silberwolf88
    silberwolf88 13 May 2014 11: 45
    0
    Good news for our factories ... There are a lot of our technicians in the World ... The volume of modernization is large
  9. Gagarin
    Gagarin 13 May 2014 12: 05
    0
    I think if you make her a modern electronic upgrade then very, very much!
    Quote: jjj
    And, as it turns out, in the near future, against the backdrop of aluminum high-standing cars, even fifty-heel will be a very formidable force
  10. jovanni
    jovanni 13 May 2014 12: 06
    +2
    Well, we will upgrade. And then, after all, it’s inconvenient somehow to travel to Europe for junk ...
    1. DefakeR
      DefakeR 13 May 2014 12: 56
      0
      This is not junk !!!! This is a classic !!! soldier
  11. DMB-75
    DMB-75 13 May 2014 12: 06
    0
    ... but you don’t need to forget about the Navy, there is enough work for everyone soldier , and who will be on combat duty in the strait between Canada and Mexico laughing
  12. Masters
    Masters 13 May 2014 12: 10
    0
    Quote: cosmos111
    upgrades and upgrades will increase.

    new tracked armored vehicles in the United States and NATO countries (Turkey exception))), do not produce !!!!
    released only in China, South Korea, Japan and Southeast Asia ....

    In the USA and NATO, modernization is underway:
    1. Upgrade, wired from RPG, ATGM ...
    2.Mine mine protection ...
    3. installation of complexes of "situational awareness" ..
    4.new SLAs, thermal imagers, etc ...

    In light of the confrontation with Russian tanks, the mass and speed of foreign models already look superheavy and slow
  13. tnk1969
    tnk1969 13 May 2014 20: 35
    0
    Today, modernization of Soviet (Russian) equipment is offered not only by Russians, but also by Ukraine, Poland, Israel, the Czech Republic, China and India. So the competition for potential customers will be powerful ...