Advances in Sensors for Aerospace and Defense (Technical Insights)

 

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This research service reports on the advancements in sensor technologies catering to the requirements of the Aerospace and Defense sector. It discusses in brief about the key sensor technologies being adopted in this sector, the factors affecting development and adoption of such technologies, the application scenarios and also highlights the new developments in this sector. It also gives an insight into current industry trends and the funding opportunities provided by various agencies for developing advanced sensor technologies.

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Advances in Sensors for Aerospace and Defense (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryResearch Scope and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch MethodologyTechnology Overview and Key FindingsSensors for A&D--Industry OverviewKey FindingsAdvances in Sensors for Aerospace and Defense (Technical Insights), Technology and Application AssessmentTechnology and Application Viewpoint--Aerospace Assessment of Various Sensor Technologies in the Aerospace DomainPotential Applications OverviewTechnology and Application Viewpoint--DefenseAssessment of Various Sensor Technologies in the Defense DomainPotential Applications OverviewAdvances in Sensors for Aerospace and Defense (Technical Insights), Adoption Factor Analysis Factors Influencing Technology AdoptionGrowth DriversIndustry ChallengesSWOT and Impact Analysis of Adoption FactorsImpact Analysis of Adoption FactorsAnalysis of Strength; Weakness; Opportunities; and ThreatsAdvances in Sensors for Aerospace and Defense (Technical Insights), Innovative Developments in Sensor TechnologyR&D Activities in CompaniesOmni Directional Surveillance Sensors--TechNestAdvanced Surveillance Techniques for Military Applications--ICx TechnologiesAdvanced Sensors for Condition Monitoring of Aircraft--Meggitt PLCMEMS Sensors Catering to Various Applications in A&D--SporianR&D Activities in UniversitiesNovel Surveillance Technology--UAHBattery-Free Sensor Technology Likely to be Adopted by NASANature Inspired Robotic Spy Plane for Air-borne SurveillanceSensors to Locate Vents on SpacecraftStrategic Analysis of the Industry TrendsDevelopmental Initiatives and Industry TrendsAssessment of R&D OpportunitiesStakeholder AnalysisCurrent Trends--Industry; Academic; and Defense AgenciesSector ForesightFuture TrendsTechnology RoadmapAdvances in Sensors for Aerospace and Defense (Technical Insights), Patents; Key Contacts and GlossaryOverview of Key PatentsAerospace SectorDefense SectorKey Industry ParticipantsCorporate SectorAcademic SectorAdvances in Sensors for Aerospace and Defense (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDecision Support Database TablesGlobal Military Expenditure--World (2002 to 2012)Global Military Expenditure as a Percentage of GDP--World (2002 to 2012)Global Military R&D Expenditure--World (2002 to 2012)Global Military R&D Expenditure as a Percentage of GDP--World (2002 to 2012)Major Aerospace and Defense Companies--WorldGlobal Semiconductor and Semiconductor Equipment Market--World (2002 to 2012)Global Electronic Components Contribution to Electronics Industry--World (2002 to 2012)Global Total Number of Airports--World (2002 to 2012)




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