Connected, structured equipment data that delivers unique insights
With more than 41,000 profiles, Janes offers the only single resource for comprehensive, unclassified and up-to-date intelligence on military equipment (air, sea, land and space) in production and use around the globe. By structuring and connecting this data to the inventories for more than 190 countries, ORBATs for 18,800 military units, 9,200 bases and more than 20,000 organisations across aerospace and defence, Janes is uniquely positioned to provide you with timely, accurate, validated intelligence to support entity recognition, capability assessment and market analysis.
Identify military equipment and assess capabilities.
Benchmark and compare technologies and capabilities to procure and maintain low risk, value for money defence systems.
Track developments and innovations in military equipment.
Gain insights into your competitors’ platforms.
Link directly to access prime and system supplier intelligence.
Identify unknown equipment and assess capability
Janes up to date equipment profiles, including imagery, specifications and analysis, enable you to identify and differentiate between weapons, systems and variants and conduct critical all-source analysis and reporting. Janes specific, structured and consistent nomenclature and terminology and the ability to apply a range of data points including types, roles, specifications and operators in a guided manner, speeds data discovery by quickly narrowing the field of possible matches. Comparison tools enable you to identify the comparative and contextual capability of a weapon system or platform.
Explore Janes specifications data
This interactive dashboard enables you to search across Chinese and US ship classes using parametric search. This is a sample of our specifications data which is available to our subscribers. This is a sample data set correct May 2020.
Structured data, including specifications, inventories and item-to-item linking, presented in a variety of formats and employing both online and offline tools, are a critical component to any operator or analyst, ashore or afloat, trying to navigate the complexity of the global maritime environment.