Growth Opportunities in Active Defense Systems for Military Armored Vehicles, 2024

Growth Opportunities in Active Defense Systems for Military Armored Vehicles, 2024

Technological Advancements Catalyze Global Anti-tank Warfare

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18-Jan-2024
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Research Code: PF8B-01-00-00-00
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The ongoing wars in Ukraine and the Gaza Strip have reignited, for the first time in decades, a focus of the military ground domain on the battlefield, with an emphasis on the survival of armored vehicle fleets—tanks, armored personnel carriers, and other platforms. In recent years, the foundations for ground active defense systems (APS) have been laid for a series of products that have generated impressive global growth in this unique market.

Technological APS developments enable the expansion of the range of tactical solutions to protect armored vehicles based on four categories: hard-kill, soft-kill, explosive reactive armor (ERA), and mine-resistant ambush-protected systems (MRAPS). Accordingly, the market competitive landscape is changing as more suppliers enter the market, with a long list of possible solutions, while challenging traditional leading defense OEMs in the ground APS domain.

However, difficulties in integrating APS into the armored vehicles' battle management systems (BMS) pose a significant challenge in the process. In that context, vendors who present integrative solutions are given some priority. The main markets for ground APS growth are the United States, Europe, and the Middle East.

This report by the Aerospace and Defense practice at Frost & Sullivan seeks to review market trends in depth, point out restraints and accelerators in its development, extensively present key contracts and business cooperations between various defense corporations globally, and provide an in-depth analysis of the business environment and the market competitive landscape.

The ongoing wars in Ukraine and the Gaza Strip have reignited, for the first time in decades, a focus of the military ground domain on the battlefield, with an emphasis on the survival of armored vehicle fleets tanks, armored personnel carriers, and other platforms. In recent years, the foundations for ground active defense systems (APS) have been laid for a series of products that have generated impressive global growth in this unique market. Technological APS developments enable the expansion of the range of tactical solutions to protect armored vehicles based on four categories: hard-kill, soft-kill, explosive reactive armor (ERA), and mine-resistant ambush-protected systems (MRAPS). Accordingly, the market competitive landscape is changing as more suppliers enter the market, with a long list of possible solutions, while challenging traditional leading defense OEMs in the ground APS domain. However, difficulties in integrating APS into the armored vehicles' battle management systems (BMS) pose a significant challenge in the process. In that context, vendors who present integrative solutions are given some priority. The main markets for ground APS growth are the United States, Europe, and the Middle East. This report by the Aerospace and Defense practice at Frost & Sullivan seeks to review market trends in depth, point out restraints and accelerators in its development, extensively present key contracts and business cooperations between various defense corporations globally, and provide an in-depth analysis of the business environment and the market competitive landscape.
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Deliverable Type Market Research
Author John Hernandez
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Active Defense Systems Analysis
Keyword 2 Military Armored Vehicles Growth Opportunities
Keyword 3 Military Vehicle Security Trends
Podcast No
WIP Number PF8B-01-00-00-00