Wednesday 11 October 2017, Amsterdam
According to this new defense Intelligence report: The global military radar market, valued at US$14 billion in 2017, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2.46% over the forecast period, to reach US$17.8 billion by 2027, and will cumulatively value US$162.1 billion.
The market consists of five categories: airborne radar, ground-based radar, naval radar, space-based radar and sonar systems, with ground-based radar systems generating the highest share of 35.6%. This will be followed by airborne, naval and sonar systems with shares of 30.2%, 13.8%, and 11.1%, respectively. The remaining 9.3% will be accounted for by space-based radar systems. North America is forecast to dominate the sector with a share of 38.3%, followed by Asia-Pacific and Europe, which will account for 28.3% and 19.6%, respectively. The Middle-East, Latin America, and Africa are expected to account for 10.4%, 1.9%, and 1.3%, respectively.
- Demand from unmanned platforms for radars to drive spending over the forecast period.
- The advanced Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) technology is poised to boost demand.
- Threat of missile attacks by belligerent nations and terrorist groups leads to the
- improvement of ground-based radar for missile & air defense.
- Increased use of multi-function radars.
- Demand for digitally programmable radars on the rise.
- Growing demand for passive radars providing anti-stealth defense options.
- Significant performance improvements attract investments into AESA based platforms.
- Naval ships pose a challenge to radar development in terms of space constraints.
- Radar functionality is affected by wind turbines.
- Radio Frequency (RF) interference with communication systems in proximity hinder performance.
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