Global Military Airborne Electronic Warfare Market, Forecast to 2028

Global Military Airborne Electronic Warfare Market, Forecast to 2028

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06-Dec-2019
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Global
Research Code: MEBD-01-00-00-00
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With the emergence of Anti Access/Area Denial(A2/AD), integrated air defense networks have become very complex and difficult to counter. Moreover, in today’s world of stealth and low observable aircraft, EW systems need to be sensitive enough to detect and engage targets before they are visually seen. Additionally, the development of new missile-seeker technologies for surface-to-air missiles poses a serious threat to aircraft as they bypass existing EW systems. There is an increased focus on EW systems, due to the emergence of Next Generation Jammers and AESA that are being explored for EW equipment. These technologies allow the generation of complex jamming waveforms, in addition to being modular enough to be installed on platforms as per operational requirements. There is also a shift to integrated EW solutions, with advanced signal processing, and miniaturization, with complex and powerful digital wideband receivers, which are able to instantaneously process GHz of signals in complex spectrum environments. There is an increasing need for a distributed, adaptable network electronic warfare capability to facilitate the integration of several EW technologies on both manned and unmanned aircraft. This will enable a complete horizontal integration of multiple payloads, leading to increased situational awareness. At present, EW payloads are bulky with huge power requirements, making integration on unmanned systems restrictive. EW is no longer limited to peer and near-peer opponents due to the ease of availability to small nation states as well as non-state actors. There is a growing need to integrate CW with EW to have a combined armed effect and gain control over the EM spectrum. EW and CW enable each other due to the shared spectrum.

This study will benefit those who are interested in learning about the global military airborne electronic warfare market and its potential. This study discusses the aspects of new enabling technologies that are being budgeted for and pursued by militaries across the globe. All security industry participants and the rest of the industry verticals will benefit from this study, as this is a visionary study investigating the big picture perspectives of the military electronic warfare market, and how it is looking to evolve and grow during the forecast period. Technology companies that are trying to address the potential requirements of the military cybersecurity market will benefit from this study.

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Research Scope

This research study includes:

Product Scope: Electronic warfare trends, segment-wise analysis of electronic warfare, key Research and Development (R&D) investment into disruptive technologies

Geographic Scope: Global

End-user Scope: All industries related to military airborne electronic warfare


Key Issues Addressed

  • What are the committed, planned, and upcoming opportunities in the global airborne electronic warfare market in the next 10 years?
  • What are the geographical markets and segments that are growing?
  • What are the key success factors that Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in the market should consider?
  • What are the operational drivers behind future electronic warfare requirements in different nations?
  • What are the major programs underway, and what are the opportunities they open up for OEMs/contractors?
  • Are there any capability gaps in the markets to be expected?

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Market Engineering Measurements

CEO’s Perspective

Market Scope

Market Size

Market Definitions—Segments

Market Definitions—Segments (continued)

Market Definitions—Segments (continued)

Market Definitions—Segments (continued)

Market Definitions—Others

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Distributed and Connected Electronic Warfare Capability

Merging of Electronic and Cyber Warfare

Extended Range

Multiple Threats

Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Drivers Explained (continued)

Drivers Explained (continued)

Drivers Explained (continued)

Drivers Explained (continued)

Drivers Explained (continued)

Market Restraints

Restraints Explained

Market Engineering Measurements

Global Airborne Electronic Warfare Inventory

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast by EW Segment

Revenue Forecast by Region

Market Share Evolution Analysis—2018 and 2028

Growth Opportunity 1—Distributed and Connected Electronic Warfare Capability

Growth Opportunity 2—Merging of Electronic Warfare and Cyber Warfare

Growth Opportunity 3—Extended Range

Growth Opportunity 4—Multiple Threats

Growth Opportunity 5—Flexible Architecture and Improved Electronics

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Percent Revenue Forecast by Subsegment

Popular Operational/Upcoming Solutions

Popular Operational/Upcoming Solutions (continued)

Market Engineering Measurements

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Subsegment

Popular Operational/Upcoming Solutions

Popular Operational/Upcoming Solutions (continued)

Popular Operational/Upcoming Solutions (continued)

Market Engineering Measurements

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Subsegment

Popular Operational/Upcoming Solutions

Popular Operational/Upcoming Solutions (continued)

Market Engineering Measurements

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Subsegment

Popular Operational/Upcoming Solutions

Market Engineering Measurements

Revenue Forecast

Africa—Introduction

Africa—Key Findings

Africa—Revenue Forecast by Segment

Africa—Segment Analysis

Algeria—Snapshot

Angola—Snapshot

Cameroon—Snapshot

Djibouti—Snapshot

Democratic Republic of Congo—Snapshot

Egypt—Snapshot

Egypt—Snapshot (continued)

Eritrea—Snapshot

Ethiopia—Snapshot

Ghana—Snapshot

Mauritania—Snapshot

Morocco—Snapshot

Morocco—Snapshot (continued)

Nigeria—Snapshot

Republic of Congo—Snapshot

South Africa—Snapshot

South Africa—Snapshot (continued)

Tunisia—Snapshot

Asia-Pacific—Introduction

Asia-Pacific—Key Findings

Asia-Pacific—Revenue Forecast by Segment

Asia-Pacific—Segment Analysis

Australia—Snapshot

Australia—Snapshot (continued)

Cambodia—Snapshot

Indonesia—Snapshot

Indonesia—Snapshot (continued)

Japan—Snapshot

Japan—Snapshot (continued)

Malaysia—Snapshot

The Philippines—Snapshot

South Korea—Snapshot

South Korea—Snapshot (continued)

Singapore—Snapshot

Thailand—Snapshot

Vietnam—Snapshot

Central and South America—Introduction

Central and South America—Key Findings

Central and South America—Revenue Forecast by Segment

Central and South America—Segment Analysis

Argentina—Snapshot

Argentina—Snapshot (continued)

Bolivia—Snapshot

Brazil—Snapshot

Brazil—Snapshot (continued)

Chile—Snapshot

Chile—Snapshot (continued)

Colombia—Snapshot

Colombia—Snapshot (continued)

Ecuador—Snapshot

Ecuador—Snapshot (continued)

Mexico—Snapshot

Mexico—Snapshot (continued)

Peru—Snapshot

Peru—Snapshot (continued)

Uruguay—Snapshot

Venezuela—Snapshot

Central and South Asia—Introduction

Central and South Asia—Key Findings

Central and South Asia—Revenue Forecast by Segment

Central and South Asia—Segment Analysis

Afghanistan—Snapshot

Armenia—Snapshot

Azerbaijan—Snapshot

Bangladesh—Snapshot

Belarus—Snapshot

India—Snapshot

India—Snapshot (continued)

Kazakhstan—Snapshot

Pakistan—Snapshot

Pakistan—Snapshot (continued)

Europe—Introduction

Europe—Key Findings

Europe—Revenue Forecast by Segment

Europe—Segment Analysis

Austria—Snapshot

Belgium—Snapshot

Bulgaria—Snapshot

The Czech Republic—Snapshot

Denmark—Snapshot

Finland—Snapshot

France—Snapshot

France—Snapshot (continued)

Germany—Snapshot

Germany—Snapshot (continued)

Greece—Snapshot

Greece—Snapshot (continued)

Hungary—Snapshot

Italy—Snapshot

Italy—Snapshot (continued)

The Netherlands—Snapshot

Norway—Snapshot

Norway—Snapshot (continued)

Poland—Snapshot

Poland—Snapshot (continued)

Portugal—Snapshot

Romania—Snapshot

Serbia—Snapshot

Slovakia—Snapshot

Spain—Snapshot

Spain—Snapshot (continued)

Sweden—Snapshot

United Kingdom—Snapshot

United Kingdom—Snapshot (continued)

The Middle East—Introduction

The Middle East—Key Findings

The Middle East—Revenue Forecast by Segment

The Middle East—Segment Analysis

Iraq—Snapshot

Israel—Snapshot

Israel—Snapshot (continued)

Jordan—Snapshot

Oman—Snapshot

Qatar—Snapshot

Saudi Arabia—Snapshot

Saudi Arabia—Snapshot (continued)

Turkey—Snapshot

Turkey—Snapshot (continued)

The United Arab Emirates—Snapshot

The United Arab Emirates—Snapshot (continued)

North America

Europe—Key Findings

North America—Revenue Forecast by Segment

North America—Segment Analysis

Canada—Snapshot

Canada—Snapshot (continued)

The United States—Snapshot

The United States—Snapshot (continued)

United States—Snapshot (continued)

The Last Word

Legal Disclaimer

List of Abbreviations

List of Abbreviations (continued)

List of Exhibits

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With the emergence of Anti Access/Area Denial(A2/AD), integrated air defense networks have become very complex and difficult to counter. Moreover, in today’s world of stealth and low observable aircraft, EW systems need to be sensitive enough to detect and engage targets before they are visually seen. Additionally, the development of new missile-seeker technologies for surface-to-air missiles poses a serious threat to aircraft as they bypass existing EW systems. There is an increased focus on EW systems, due to the emergence of Next Generation Jammers and AESA that are being explored for EW equipment. These technologies allow the generation of complex jamming waveforms, in addition to being modular enough to be installed on platforms as per operational requirements. There is also a shift to integrated EW solutions, with advanced signal processing, and miniaturization, with complex and powerful digital wideband receivers, which are able to instantaneously process GHz of signals in complex spectrum environments. There is an increasing need for a distributed, adaptable network electronic warfare capability to facilitate the integration of several EW technologies on both manned and unmanned aircraft. This will enable a complete horizontal integration of multiple payloads, leading to increased situational awareness. At present, EW payloads are bulky with huge power requirements, making integration on unmanned systems restrictive. EW is no longer limited to peer and near-peer opponents due to the ease of availability to small nation states as well as non-state actors. There is a growing need to integrate CW with EW to have a combined armed effect and gain control over the EM spectrum. EW and CW enable each other due to the shared spectrum. This study will benefit those who are interested in learning about the global military airborne electronic warfare market and its potential. This study discusses the aspects of new enabling technologies that are being budgeted for and pursued by militaries across the globe. All security industry participants and the rest of the industry verticals will benefit from this study, as this is a visionary study investigating the big picture perspectives of the military electronic warfare market, and how it is looking to evolve and grow during the forecast period. Technology companies that are trying to address the potential requirements of the military cybersecurity market will benefit from this study. What makes Frost & Sullivan’s Research Service unique? Frost & Sullivan provides diverse research services focused on existing and evolving markets across the aerospace, defense, and security markets, covering them at global and regional levels. Specialist studies are focused on specific products or market segments that provide a deep-dive opportunity for strategists and investors that wish to learn about the future state of any ADS market or product in terms of addressable markets, opportunities, and future disruptions.--BEGIN PROMO--

Research Scope

This research study includes:

Product Scope: Electronic warfare trends, segment-wise analysis of electronic warfare, key Research and Development (R&D) investment into disruptive technologies

Geographic Scope: Global

End-user Scope: All industries related to military airborne electronic warfare

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are the committed, planned, and upcoming opportunities in the global airborne electronic warfare market in the next 10 years?
  • What are the geographical markets and segments that are growing?
  • What are the key success factors that Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in the market should consider?
  • What are the operational drivers behind future electronic warfare requirements in different nations?
  • What are the major programs underway, and what are the opportunities they open up for OEMs/contractors?
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Podcast No
Author Ryan Pinto
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number MEBD-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 9000-A1