CONOPS Powering the Global Airborne Radars Market, 2020

CONOPS Powering the Global Airborne Radars Market, 2020

Future Product Evolution Is Being Shaped by a System of Systems Approach

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10-Dec-2020
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Global
Research Code: MF90-01-00-00-00
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The aerial CONOPS is undergoing a major change with network-centric warfare and connected combat elements emerging as a global trend. Advances in the Internet of Things, combat clouds, data processing, and data sharing elements have given rise to a connected battlefield where all elements operate on a common operating picture. Even space assets are now increasingly being integrated in the overall combat scene due shorter re-visit time and faster data processing.

Technological advancements are driving CONOPS, while technology is in turn being driven by the need for mission effectiveness and lower capability acquisition costs. Advances in signal processing techniques, for example, are leading to the evolution of multi-functional radars, which have significant capabilities in aerial, maritime, and ground domains. The boundary between the segments is blurring, and the trend is likely to continue. In adding to multi-functional capability, modular and scalable architecture is being used for wide mission capability across platforms of different sizes.

A similar evolution is seen in fire control radars, which are being equipped with significant electronic warfare capability in addition to multi-mode and multi-domain features. The modern fighter also relies heavily on passive sensors to remain “silent” and obtain targeting information while it remains undetected.

The changing CONOPS requires a rethink of product capability and evolution. Original equipment manufacturers need to factor in the demand of end users to modify and upgrade existing products while planning for new launches in tune with the required operational capability.

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

Impact of the Strategic Imperative 8™ on Airborne Radar CONOPS

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Market Overview

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Regional Influences on Airborne Radar Market

Predictions

Capability Impact: Evolving Technologies

Capability Impact: Evolving Technologies (continued)

Research Scope

Market Segmentation

Market Capabilities

Market Capabilities (continued)

Research Objectives and Questions

Global Economy Overview

Defense Spending Trend

Discussion of Defense Spending Trend

Geopolitical Analysis

Geopolitical Analysis (continued)

Air Battle CONOPS

Offboard BVR Missile Guidance

ISR CONOPS

Factors Influencing CONOPS

Factors Influencing CONOPS (continued)

Factors Influencing CONOPS (continued)

Factors Influencing CONOPS (continued)

Factors Influencing CONOPS (continued)

Growth Drivers

Growth Drivers Analysis

Growth Drivers Analysis (continued)

Growth Drivers Analysis (continued)

Growth Restraints

Growth Restraints Analysis

Growth Restraints Analysis (continued)

Technology Analysis

Technologies Analysis (continued)

Technologies Analysis (continued)

Growth Opportunity 1: Mergers & Acquisitions for Vertical/Horizontal Expansion

Growth Opportunity 1: Mergers & Acquisitions for Vertical/Horizontal Expansion (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Multi-Function GaN-based AESA Radars for Future CONOPS

Growth Opportunity 2: Multi-Function GaN-based AESA Radars for Future CONOPS (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Foliage Penetration Ground Surveillance Radars for Special Operations

Growth Opportunity 3: Foliage Penetration Ground Surveillance Radars for Special Operations (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Onboard Sensor Development for Future CONOPS

Growth Opportunity 4: Onboard Sensor Development for Future CONOPS (continued)

The Last Word: 3 Big Predictions

List of Exhibits

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The aerial CONOPS is undergoing a major change with network-centric warfare and connected combat elements emerging as a global trend. Advances in the Internet of Things, combat clouds, data processing, and data sharing elements have given rise to a connected battlefield where all elements operate on a common operating picture. Even space assets are now increasingly being integrated in the overall combat scene due shorter re-visit time and faster data processing. Technological advancements are driving CONOPS, while technology is in turn being driven by the need for mission effectiveness and lower capability acquisition costs. Advances in signal processing techniques, for example, are leading to the evolution of multi-functional radars, which have significant capabilities in aerial, maritime, and ground domains. The boundary between the segments is blurring, and the trend is likely to continue. In adding to multi-functional capability, modular and scalable architecture is being used for wide mission capability across platforms of different sizes. A similar evolution is seen in fire control radars, which are being equipped with significant electronic warfare capability in addition to multi-mode and multi-domain features. The modern fighter also relies heavily on passive sensors to remain “silent” and obtain targeting information while it remains undetected. The changing CONOPS requires a rethink of product capability and evolution. Original equipment manufacturers need to factor in the demand of end users to modify and upgrade existing products while planning for new launches in tune with the required operational capability.
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Author Rohit Beri
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number MF90-01-00-00-00
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GPS Codes 9000-A1