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)
11 Dec 2018  |  North America
The Market is Expected to Steadily Increase its Total Revenue, Even as the Number of Competitors Shrinks Over the Next Few Years
As the value of commercial drones in a wide variety of industries increases, so will the importance of drone service providers (DSPs). This research focuses on 23 companies considered the top firms providing third-party drone-based data collection and analysis globally. DSPs aim to offer clients solutions to business problems using a combination of...
31 Oct 2018  |  North America
Partnerships, Alliances and Joint Ventures Continue to Command the Aircraft Engine Market Across All Regions
Commercial aerospace engines have emerged into one of the engineering marvels of the world. With every commercial aircraft transporting passengers and cargo around the globe, these marvels have become commonplace. Reliability has improved so much that there are now more commercial aircraft operating under Extended range Twin engine Operational Perf...
24 Oct 2018  |  North America
Offensive Laser and Microwave Systems Form the Next Defense Market Ready to Boom
A new era of advanced weaponry is evolving and has prompted the US Department of Defense (DoD), along with several national laboratories and defense agencies to accelerate the development of directed energy (DE) for use as weapons. Hypersonic and ballistic missiles, unmanned aerial vehicle swarms, and improvised terror attacks are some of the most ...
17 Oct 2018  |  North America
Global Political Tensions, Terrorism Threat, and Digital Transformation Threats Based on IoT and Artificial Intelligence Drive Investment in the Security Technology Market
This study will benefit those interested in learning about the key digital transformations happening in the physical and cyber security industry, the ongoing technological evolution, and the implications of those. It discusses key aspects of the industry megatrends, and identifies areas of opportunities for the security industry and also the areas ...
17 Oct 2018  |  North America
Technology Advancements in Additive Manufacturing are Disrupting the Aerospace Sector
This growth insight analyzes the current presence of additive manufacturing in the global aerospace sector. While this is a global study, most of the additive manufacturing action is taking place in the Americas and Europe. Additive manufacturing, commonly known as 3D printing, has existed in the aerospace sector for over a decade. Early on, the...
09 Oct 2018  |  North America
A Budget Assessment of FY 2019 Proposed Spending
The FY2019 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) budget request highlighted in this research service has been published. The DHS request is notably higher than that of 2018, which is attributed to the current administration’s commitment to reinforce the US southern border, build up cyber security defenses, and harden the US infrastructure in the ...
08 Oct 2018  |  North America
Significant Growth Opportunities Still Exist in Providing Advanced Technologies that Increase Autonomy, Interoperability, and Multi-mission Functionality
The importance of military unmanned aerial system (UAS) continues to grow as combatant commanders have become accustomed to receiving 24/7 battlefield surveillance and will continue demanding more as adversaries become better equipped and more technologically advanced. UAS operations have become an integral part of the war-fighting capability of th...
03 Oct 2018  |  North America
With Stricter Enforcement Protocols Set to go into Effect by 2019, Critical National Infrastructure Organizations are Rapidly Implementing Specific Security Measures to Achieve Full Compliance
The most significant threat is no longer threats to human lives or property from physical attacks—rather the threat lies in more covert warfare tactics, including cyber-attacks and attacks that can cripple, obstruct, or destroy operations within critical infrastructure facilities, such as utility companies, communications towers, ports, manufactu...
27 Sep 2018  |  Global
Drones Will Need Proven Computer Vision Technologies for Autonomous Flight, Navigation, and Object Recognition/Classification
Drones will increasingly rely on computer vision (CV) technologies that allow machines to see and process data like the human eye, to enable capabilities like autonomous navigation and real-time object identification, classification, and evaluation. This research study focuses on 17 companies competing to develop CV-focused technologies to enable ...
26 Sep 2018  |  North America
Services and Restricted Contracts Trending Upward
The study highlights contracts by the services department and C4ISR technologies, with the leading competitors for each area. This competitive market landscape is provided to show the best opportunities for growth and penetration into the DoD C4ISR market. Electronic Warfare (EW) and Information Operations (IO) contracts are also included in this ...