Tuesday 18 February 2014, Amsterdam
The airborne ISR market is one which has seen significant investment in recent decades. The utility of these systems has experienced a boom, particularly by US and allied forces in operations in the Middle East and Central Asia. Airborne ISR is now viewed as a crucial military capability. Its role as a force multiplier by providing advanced situational awareness to armed forces is the greatest attribute to militaries wielding such platforms as manned, maritime surveillance aircraft, AEW&C aircraft and unmanned aerial systems.
A new report entitled Leading 20 Airborne ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance) Companies 2014: Competitive Landscape Analysis published by leading business intelligence provider has identified and profiled the top 20 companies involved in the airborne ISR market and has found that sales of these companies’ products and services make up more than 80% of the market. Within the report, an analysis is made of the competitive landscape of the Airborne ISR market.
The 207 page report is packed with 141 tables, figures and charts that illustrate key trends of these companies in the market and within the wider defence industry. The report also contains an exclusive interview with Mr Ryan Hazlett, Vice President of Business Development for AAI Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
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