Geopolitical Chaos Will Continue to Shape Naval Command and Control Systems

Geopolitical Chaos Will Continue to Shape Naval Command and Control Systems

Strategic Partnerships are Essential to Make Inroads into Modernisation and Replacement Programmes

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A command and control (C2) system provides information to aid and implement the decision-making process, generating meaningful outputs in order to meet operational requirements and mission objectives. A sensor package may identify a threat that will then be relayed to the C2 system, which will also take into account environmental data from other systems, display and process all information so that informed decisions may be made, and relay information to and from weapon systems so that a ship may engage and eliminate the threat.

Current maritime warfare concepts are being driven by the transition from traditional linear C2 structures geared towards state-on-state conflict to an increasingly hybrid nature of conflict. An agile C2 structure will allow for the structure to be continuously evaluated and changed for any threat that emerges. While there is collaboration between domains/forces, doctrinal differences exist in the approach to maritime operations: the interchange of information is constrained by individual domain approaches.

C2 systems will evolve as maritime systems become more autonomous, the number of naval personnel declines, and unmanned systems proliferate. Naval warfare will take place across a multi-domain battlespace, with further integration of air, maritime, and land-based C2 systems. New directed energy weapons, railguns, and hypersonic systems must be integrated into current C2 systems, and C2 systems need the ability to manage the large power requirements of some of these new systems. Hypersonics is driving the requirement for C2 systems to be linked across domains and countries in order to engage through another system’s sensors.

This report breaks C2 systems into two segments: command management systems and combat management systems. The command management system is the overarching C2 system that will display and manage information from a variety of subsystems to allow decisions to be made and executed. The combat management system is used in conjunction with the command management system to track, assess, and engage threats to the ship. This report will investigate changing concepts of operation whilst covering wider geopolitical factors and market drivers and restraints, and will investigate current technological trends and developments in the C2 market.

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Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Naval C2 Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Growth Opportunity 1: Development of an Open Architecture

Growth Opportunity 1: Development of an Open Architecture (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Enhanced COTS Integration

Growth Opportunity 2: Enhanced COTS Integration (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Shared Infrastructure

Growth Opportunity 3: Shared Infrastructure (continued)

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Analysis Factsheet

Market Overview

Context—Market Evolution

Demand Overview—2019–2029

Key Programmes—2019

Research Scope

Maritime C2 Segmentation

Maritime C2

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Report Approach

Market Dashboard

Market Dashboard (continued)

Growth Metrics

Growth Drivers

Growth Drivers (continued)

Driver Analysis—Impact on Demand

Driver Analysis—Impact on Demand (continued)

Driver Analysis—Impact on Demand (continued)

Growth Restraints

Restraint Analysis—Impact on Demand

Total Market Analysis

Revenue Forecast by Region

Driving Contracts and Programmes

Revenue Forecast Analysis by Region

Revenue Forecast Analysis by Region (continued)

Competitive Environment

Revenue Share

Market Share Analysis

Key Competitors

Supplier Landscape

Global Supply Chain—Market Penetration

Global Market Share

Growth Metrics

Regional Considerations

Geopolitical Trends and Issues

Conflicts and Threats

Market Dashboard

Competitive Environment

Notable Opportunities

Regional Industry—Top 5 Country Presence

Strategic Conclusions

Growth Metrics

Regional Considerations

Geopolitical Trends and Issues

Conflicts and Threats

Market Dashboard

Competitive Environment

Opportunities

Regional Industry—Top 5 Country Presence

Strategic Conclusions

Growth Metrics

Regional Considerations

Geopolitical Trends and Issues

Conflicts and Threats

Market Dashboard

Competitive Environment

Opportunities

Regional Industry—Top 5 Country Presence

Strategic Conclusions

Growth Metrics

Regional Considerations

Geopolitical Trends and Issues

Conflicts and Threats

Market Dashboard

Competitive Environment

Opportunities

Regional Industry—Top 5 Country Presence

Strategic Conclusions

Growth Metrics

Regional Considerations

Geopolitical Trends and Issues

Conflicts and Threats

Market Dashboard

Competitive Environment

Opportunities

Regional Industry—Top 5 Country Presence

Strategic Conclusions

Growth Metrics

Regional Considerations

Geopolitical Trends and Issues

Conflicts and Threats

Market Dashboard

Competitive Environment

Opportunities

Regional Industry—Top 3 Country Presence

Strategic Conclusions

Growth Metrics

Regional Considerations

Geopolitical Trends and Issues

Conflicts and Threats

Market Dashboard

Competitive Environment

Opportunities

Regional Industry—Top 5 Country Presence

Strategic Conclusions

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Additional Frost & Sullivan Sources of Information on Naval C2

Abbreviations

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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A command and control (C2) system provides information to aid and implement the decision-making process, generating meaningful outputs in order to meet operational requirements and mission objectives. A sensor package may identify a threat that will then be relayed to the C2 system, which will also take into account environmental data from other systems, display and process all information so that informed decisions may be made, and relay information to and from weapon systems so that a ship may engage and eliminate the threat. Current maritime warfare concepts are being driven by the transition from traditional linear C2 structures geared towards state-on-state conflict to an increasingly hybrid nature of conflict. An agile C2 structure will allow for the structure to be continuously evaluated and changed for any threat that emerges. While there is collaboration between domains/forces, doctrinal differences exist in the approach to maritime operations: the interchange of information is constrained by individual domain approaches. C2 systems will evolve as maritime systems become more autonomous, the number of naval personnel declines, and unmanned systems proliferate. Naval warfare will take place across a multi-domain battlespace, with further integration of air, maritime, and land-based C2 systems. New directed energy weapons, railguns, and hypersonic systems must be integrated into current C2 systems, and C2 systems need the ability to manage the large power requirements of some of these new systems. Hypersonics is driving the requirement for C2 systems to be linked across domains and countries in order to engage through another systems sensors. This report breaks C2 systems into two segments: command management systems and combat management systems. The command management system is the overarching C2 system that will display and manage information from a variety of subsystems to allow decisions to be made and executed. The combat management system is used in conjunction with the command management system to track, assess, and engage threats to the ship. This report will investigate changing concepts of operation whilst covering wider geopolitical factors and market drivers and restraints, and will investigate current technological trends and developments in the C2 market.
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Author Alexander Clark
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number MF9E-01-00-00-00
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GPS Codes 9000-A1