Aerospace, Defence and Security
Frost & Sullivan's Aerospace information assists customers in identifying opportunities for component providers to the major airframe manufacturers, and helps local governments align their airport vision with industry trends.
Under the Defense area, our information helps industry participants develop better solutions to serve military end users and expand defense industry opportunities through improved access to information and analysis.
Our Security information assists in understanding the technologies and solutions to improve security and infrastructure. Most importantly to industry participants, it provides an understanding of the different methods of funding and budgeting.
- IT infrastructure, cloud computing, network security, and wireless technologies are all key growth areas and evolving rapidly
- The Army counterinsurgency mission will continue to be the focus of the C4ISR effort through 2016
- Fastest growth is in technologies and tools that enable the processing exploitation and dissemination of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR)
13 Feb 2020  |  Global
A Comprehensive Database to Visualize the Complete Industry Value Chain
The space ecosystem is rapidly growing across the globe. In the upstream of the value chain, the number of companies providing launch services has increased due to the entry of many dedicated launch service providers. In satellite manufacturing, serial production is the key requirement to meet the surge in demand, driven by the rapidly growing mega...
12 Feb 2020  |  Global
Biometrics Technology Set to Replace Conventional Methods of Identity and Access Management, with Accelerated Development and Application of Biometrics Systems
Increasing security incidents, globally, have resulted in the need for generating unique individual identities, which can be verified through software platforms, thus increasing the efficiency and efficacy of identity verification processes. The challenges in managing identities in the modern world through conventional methods such as ID cards and ...
12 Feb 2020  |  Asia Pacific
Commercial MRO Market Hovers Around US$4.7 Billion Among Top 6 ASEAN Nations in 2019
This study aims to evaluate the commercial aircraft fleet and spending on MRO services among the top 6 ASEAN nations of Southeast Asia. These countries had a large, combined airline fleet size of close to 1,800 aircraft by the end of 2019. The study focuses on the fleet and MRO spending comparisons among these top 6 ASEAN nations. It further delves...
11 Feb 2020  |  Asia Pacific
Commercial MRO Market Spending Hovers Around USD 13.0 Billion among Top-3 Nations of NE Asia in 2019
This study aims to evaluate the commercial aircraft fleet and spending on MRO services among the top 3 Northeast Asian nations consisting of China, South Korea, and Japan boasting a combined airline fleet size of close to 5,000 aircraft at the end of 2019. The study focuses on the fleet and MRO spending comparisons among these top 3 N.E. Asian nati...
07 Feb 2020  |  North America
Sustaining and Improving Legacy Capabilities While Experimenting With New Concepts
This research service focuses on the US Department of Defense (DoD) satellite communications market. Spacecraft, operations and control, ground receivers, networks, engineering, integration, and maintenance services are included. This study does not include launch vehicles and services. Representative programs, contracts, and market participants...
31 Jan 2020  |  Asia Pacific
There is a Visible Trend Toward Upgrades and Offsets in Line with the Increased Focus on the Indigenous Industry
This research explores Malaysia’s defense outlook from 2019 to 2024. With a shifting political landscape, conflicting claims to islands in the South China Sea and budgetary restraints, Malaysia’s defense approach for the coming years reflects a changing environment. This analysis covers aspects of the defense industry, including budgets, driver...
30 Jan 2020  |  North America
The Price of Current Remote Weapon Systems will Keep the Market Stagnant and Prevent Further Entry into Certain Regions
A Remote Weapon Station (RWS) is a weapon platform that is operated from a remote source, separate from the station itself. Within this report, these systems are separated into the land and maritime domain. This report looks at all RWS sizes/calibres, from 5.56mm to 30mm. There are several global trends that will drive and constrain the RWS market...
27 Jan 2020  |  Global
Increased Adoption of the C4ISR Warfare Paradigm and the Proliferation of Emerging Technologies Drive the Modernization of Tactical Communications Systems
Over the past few years, land tactical communications has gained precedence as a major modernization objective of militaries worldwide. Whilst the current tactical communications systems used by Western majors proved to be useful against a technologically less advanced adversary in the past, recent high-intensity conflicts in dense Electronic Warfa...
22 Jan 2020  |  Global
The Evolving All-Electric Satellite Segment Promises Extended and Enhanced Missions at Low Costs
The satellite industry is observing a steady uptake of all-electric satellites as established operators prefer these platforms for their new and replacement missions. While it is not a complete migration, the rise in uptake of electric propulsion capabilities at the satellite platform level is resulting in a mix of conventional, hybrid, and all-ele...
17 Jan 2020  |  North America
Research, Development, Testing, and Evaluation is Key to Sustaining the Most Powerful Military in the World
The Department of Defense (DoD) relies on the technological superiority of its weapon systems and armed forces to protect US interests at home and abroad. This technological superiority is being challenged by new and evolving threats constantly being developed by potential US adversaries. To counteract these challenges, DoD’s science and technolo...